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Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): February 19, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 win1912021901_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 19, 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 .VOLUME 7; No. 103: fHE WINCHESTER NEWS WINCH ESTER, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1912. WEATHEX Weather Unsettled 2 CENTS A COPY; 10 CENTS A WEEK DR. MARTIN TO i PURSE SNATCHER IS AT WORK With Pccketbook BOD! TO BE BROUGHT BA .WARM GAME OF BROOM BALL Giants, Wesleyan BELOVED LADY WORK IS BEING WINCHESTER'S OAILY JIMALYSIS Stomach of Mrs Madie Lee Wood, .Gets Away Who Died Supposedly phyxiation From As S1NKSJ0 REST PUSHED RAPIDLY of New Government PAfW of Young Man Was Nephew of Mr. Sam Preps, Etc., De- Mother of Mrs. John Wood Passes Foundation Away After Long And Useful Life. Was Beautiful is Stld by R. R. And Gcldie Parry To Messrs. Lucien Carl C. Robbins. The Winchester News, for the past ight months owned by R. K. and Goldie Peny, was sold iSfonday. on iiecotmt of the continued illness ot the senior member of the firm. Slessrs. Lucien Beekner and Carl C. Robbins are the new proprietors. Mr. Beekner. who will edit the paper, which will be continued as an independent daily, is an old news paper man. having been associated with Mr. Pern- - in conducting the many years ago. Of re- ent years he has been a popular member of the Winchester bar. He is honorable and upright in every walk of life, and is one of Winchester's most esteemed citizens. (Sir. Robbins. who has been with Tho News as advertising and busi ness manager for several years, will continue in that capacity. He Jias won by his genial manner and square bu siness methods a deesrved popularity, and much success is predicted "or the new firm. Sun-Sentin- el Mrs. John S. Rainey and Makes Another Similar Unsuccessful. Attempt, Jett. of This City, And Son of feat Auditorium Team by Score of 4 to 3 on Saturday Afternoon. Building is Practically Completed. Work Dene by Local Lahor. Becker And at Lexington Brought But Is The Late Hiram Jett. The body of Harry Jett, formerly of this city, who died while serving in tfie a i my in the Philip2ines, will be brought back here for burial. While in bathing lie dived from a springboard and his neck was brok en by striking a sunken raft. The accident occurred some lime ago and the body has been kctpt in a vault in the Philippine.-- . It is not known exactly when the body will arrive, but it is expected soon.. The young man was a nephew of Mr. Sam Jett, of this city, and a son of the late Hiram Jett. lie was a brother of Mrs. John Lantcr. Character. Te This City. The police are searching for the man who snatched one purse and attempted to snatch another Saturday night. The man is thought to be wljite. As 'Mrs. Lewis Linvillc and Mrs. John S. Rainey were returning home about ten o'clock a man came out of the alley near the city school building on Hickman street and grabbed .Mrs. Rainey's pocket-boothe cords of which ware wiapped several tunes about her arm. The man jerked the pocket-boo- k roughly until he had pulled it fiom the Mrs. Rainey's aim and then ran back into the alley. Mrs. Rainey described the man, whom she thought to .be white, as tall and wearing a derby hat a light vest. The ladies returned and notified the police. The purse contained only a small MR. ED. ELLIOTT imount of money. The other attempt was made about BADLY INJURED eight o'clock on Highland street. Miss Ida Fcld and her sister, Mrs. Louis Judah, were returning home Sustains Broken Shoulder And In- when a man suddenly appeared beternal Injuries While Engaged in hind the Indies and grabbed at the purse of Miss Fcld, who, however, Unloading Lumber. seeing his intention in time, jerked to ' one side just the pocket-boo- k Mr. Ed. Elliott sustained severe as the man grabbed for it. injuries Friday afternoon, in a peThe man then ran into the alley culiar manner. behind the city school. While he was standing erect in a car, unloading lumber for the firm op R. P. Scoibee & Son, a freight crashed into it, and a large board struck Mr. Elliott. His shoulder was The body of Isaac Cole McClan-ahabroken, and he was injured internalwho hanged himself at Ford iy. Friday mo.rning in a fit of desponMr. Elliott was taken to his home dency, was taken Saturday to Lynn cu Winn avenue, and at last reports Station, about eight miles below was resting easily. Falmouth, for burial. McOlanahan is survived by thro? daughters, .Mrs. Arthur Lumis, of FREIGHT ENGINE Valley View, iSIns. Bessie Mays, of Athens, Ohio, and 'Mrs. Iva Mays, of Cincinnati; and three sons, Will TRACK of Newport: Clarence of Huntington, West Virqf ginia, and Virgil MeClanahan, Fond, with whom lie made his home. Wrecking Crew From Paris is Unable The bereaved ones have the heart te Replace Engine, Which Was felt sympathy of all in their hour of sorrow. Still Off Monday Morning. At last he contents of the ach of Mrs. Madifr Lee Wood, who died last Sunday, supposedly from gas asphyxiation, at her home 228 Kentucky avenue, at Lexington, arc to "undergo chemical analysis. Unable to find a chemist in that city, who would undertake the analysis, Hr. Stanley Milward, member of the firm of W. It. iMihvard & Son, undertakers, in whose charge the analysis was left, Saturday brought the stomach to Winchester, turning it over to Dr. J. II. 'Martin for analysis. Dr. 'Martin, who is a member of the iMartin Drag Company, of Winchester, agreed to make the chemical analysis of the contents, and said be probably would complete the undertaking within a week or ten days. For the second time the team known as the Giants, AVesleyan 1'ieps, etc., defeated the Auditorium team in a hot game of bi'uom. bail Satuiday by a score of 1 to 3. -- k, The other game was played Friday night whin the Auditorium went down in defeat by a score of 3 to 2. T.ho line-u- p of the Auditorium is as follows: Robert Bean. Clarence Bloomfidd, Scwfcll, Charles Allen Bradley and James Lisle. The Giants are composed of: ,Ta. Stewart, Lloyd Guy Holla day, Brookshiro and Lewis Flvnn. O.-c- ar Mrs. Mary Settle Stivers, 73 years old, died at 7 o'clock Satnrday night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Wood, in this city, following a brief illness. She was on a visit to her daughter when she became ill, and her home has always been in Bouihon county. Mrs. Stivers was the widow of the late Major Joseph W. Stivers, a n Civil War leader, and is survived by seven children: Mr. Shciman II, .Stivers, of tlie Herald staff, Lexington; Mc.-sr- s. James It. Joseph II., Rufus ii, all of Paris; Mrs. Leslie Keal and Mrs. Arthur well-knowHun-ley- Wcrk on the Government Building which is being bnilt by the John G. Unkerfer Company, of Minerva, O., is bjing pushed rapidly. The foundation is practicallv fin ished and the work of laying the stone will soon be begun. Tlie work is being done by local labor. The building is expected to be by March 1, 1913. d LENTEN SERVICES , TO EXTEND CALL TO of Parw, and OErs. John .T.J. Pastor of First Baptist Cliurcli, Frank Kennedy, Mother of His Aged in 33, Tells And This City, Made Splendid Impression Upon Congregation. like recommendation of its pul-p- it committee and B'oard of Deacons is adoptcid the congregation of the Jeffei.-o- n Street Baptist church, of Roanoke, will extend a call to the Rev. T. J. Porter, D. I)., of this city. Intention, Then Drives Knife Into Breast. If After having told his mother what to do, Frank Kennedy, aged 3, of sheet. Ricihmond, walked into an adjoining room Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and drove a knife into his heart. He Tbe Roanoke pulpit lecently was died a few moments later. The young man was the son of vacated, when Rev. R. J. Dtigan, its Mr. J. II. Kennedy, a prominent citi- pastor resigned to acccpf a call to Baltimore. zen of Richmond. Dr. Porter preached at the RoanThe cause of the suicide is no) oke ehui'ch February 3. and is said known. he intended Smith-Ballar- d Wood, of Winchester. Mrs. Stivers was married to Major Joseph W. Stivers, at North Bouibou county. Recently Mrs. Stivers made her home with her children, alternating her visits them. The body remained at the home of Mrs. Wood here until Monday morning, when it was taken to the home of !Mrs. Leslie Keal at Paris. The funeral services were held at the latter place Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock, and burial took place in the Paris cemetery. n, en Mi p. Stivers was a lovable lady, and the news of her death is heard with general regret. n, - FAMOUS PEACE ER TD SPEAK Mr. Hamilton Holt, Editor of The Independent, to Deliver a Free Ad- Some months ago she sustained a fall and the shock to her system was a severe one. She had been practically an invalid since the accident. To Mrs. Wood and all those to to have made a fine impression. There is no doubt a call will be ex- whom her death is an irreparable loss, the editor of the News joins a tended in the near future. the Dr. Porter is the pastor of the host of friends in extending truest sympathy. First Baptist church, in this city. REMAINS OF J. D. LL OF R. Agec! And dress in This City. ivi PS A freight engine jumped the track at Ford Sunday afternoon when the rail turned under it. The wrecking crew from (Paris wias sent for b'ut was unable to replace the engine. The engine was still off Monday morning. DF Messrs. Bedford & Tuttle Are Nov; Ccnducting Business in Two Loca- SKATING RINK tions. , Owing to increased business the firm of Bedford & Tutlle has leased IS TO CLOSE the coal yard formerly occupied by Ioyse and Boone on Broadway and will conduct business at their present Saturday, March 2, is Date Set For location and at the'' new one also. Mr. Fount Hughes has been employed and Japan. Final Skating of Season. Build- ..,.. e 1(1(17 AT,. TTilf. T,, H, by the firm.. 11 .111 111 lllC rtllUliilVL too, to be L'sed as Garage. to Holland to atmade a spceialjrip tend The Second Hague Conference DONOHUE TRACT After a most successful skating and to get acquainted with the Euseason, the Auditorium rink wili ropean leaders of the peace moveRENTS EOR $600 close Saturday night, March 2, and ment, and since then he has given Mr. E. L. King will take possession about one hundred addresses on the at once and open up the largest ga- H. R. Watts, Auctioneer Rents Land, peace movement before universities, rage in. the state. Chautauqua, clubs, churches, Y. M. to Mr. Milton Pace, on Saturday C A.'s, schools and lycenras. There being only two more weeks in which to skate the skaters should In Front of Courthouse. LICENSE ISSUED ae advantage of the short time, as it will be a long time before another Messrs W. R Sphar and Lee EvMarriage license was issued Monrink is open in the city.. ans, trustees of the estate of A. II. day afternoon to Mr. John B. Crow, Special attractions will be added Anderson, deceased, rented at the aged 20, son of Mr. Wni. Crow, and every night, until the close'. By Jdoujrijhouse door, Saturday after- Miss Pattie Aldridge, aged 20, special request, another big mas- noon, the Donahue tract of land near daughter of Mr. J. L. Aldridge. querade will j 'j, given Thursday Kiddville to Mr. Milton Pace for The .marriage will take place Wedilit, and ttm.excilient prizes arc $600. 3fr.-- II. R. Watts was the nesday at the residence of the bride, to be zymA?'- Eld. J. W. Harding officiating. II ilt, editor of the Independent, one of the country's leading periodical?, and a personal acquaintance of y of the world's most eminent peace workers, will de liver a free addres.--- . Wednesday night in the College .Chi; pel on "The of the World." !Mr. Holt is admirably equipped for the task of lecturing on this subject-fo- r under his direction The Independent during the past decade has print ed more in a constructive Avay on international peaca and that moveHaw ment which 'wonl.l for war than any ther American periodical of general literature. Mr. Holt is thoioughly conversant with the history and philosophy of the peace movement, which is at last becoming a practical political issue of tic a'p. soon the political In June, 190!), the Emperor of Japan conferred upon Mr. nolt the Order of tbe Sacred Tieasure for the work he did in promoting friendly relations between the United States Mr. Hamilton m.-nFed-oratisii)).-tit,ut- e I. G. BUSH Suc-cun- us Wednesday, Febrnary 21, the Lenten Season begins, lasting until Easter, which occurs this years on April 7. It is a season when a large part of the Christian church (the 'Church Universal) devotes itself to special services of prayer and praise; to deeper spiritual life; to closei Christian fellowship, and to a wider Christian charity. With these objects and purposes in view the Episcopal church invites all communicants of other Christian bodies to participate in the Holy Communion to be celebrated at 8 a. in. Wednesday, February 21; it also extends a cordial invitation to tlie general public to attend tho 11 o'clock service when morning prayer will be read by Rev. iF. B. Went-wortArchdeacon of the Diocese of Lexington. Whether you find it convenient to attend these services or not, may wc not ask yen to remember in your prayers, both public and private, ic beseech our Heavenly Father to bring us all closer together in the unity of spirit and in the bond of peace, that all men, everywhere, may be brought by His Holy Spirit, to a saving knowledge of our blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. Yours cordially, FRANK B. WENTWORTH. h, PEOPLE'S FORUM RAISE YOUR OWN BROOMS In recent years one of the most ex pensive domestic supplies has been the broom. Clark county soil is. well adapted of this plant and the Kentucky Wesleyan broom factory o the growth will make the com into brooms on Were Laid to Rest in Family Grave- Respected Citizen tobacco yard Saturday Afternoon. Due to Age Infirmities. Death to Pneumonia Sunday, Several Weeks' Illness. Af-t- ci m Jl'l VJ 1 i - lie is survived by seven grown chiMicn, Mrs. Julia Duncan, of thi county; Mr. Den W. Bush, of this city; Sir. Thomas B. Bush, of North Foik, W. Va.; Mrs. Bettie Chapman, L. & E. NEWS He was a member of the family of London, England; Mr. Waller Q. h. of St. Louis; Sir. Hubbard .l"-- "" P Mr. and Sirs. Geo. P. Burke enterwhich ;"l T. Bush, of Fork Adams, R. I., and tained Friday evening with a masgets its name. Bush, of Louis- querade party at their attractive Mr. Seholl was a veteran , of the Miss Margaret F. ville. home at Rosslyn, Ky., in honor of Union Arm v. TOO LATE TO CLASSfY He was the only uncle of Mrs. R. their niece, (Sirs. Slabel Ross McF.w-acity, and Sirs. their guet of Winchester. W. Hampton, of this LOCAL POLICE ASKED were: " Miss Those C. A. Baker, of Lexington. THE LYRIC Mr. Bush was born on November Laura Spnrr and Mr. Back, of LexTO Prisoner of iSIexieo. (Kalcm.) ington; Sfr.' Morgan Boone, Misses 2G, 183G. He was a respected citiMaking u Slan of Him. (Selig.) Slinnie Coulee and Nellie Hardwick, zen and was popular with many The Inner Slind. (Selig.) of Stanton; Miss Bettie Bowen, of friends. For Rev. Lcuis S. Fuller, Who DisDon't" fail to see Alice Joyce in Slisses Carrie and Slabel The remains will be interred in the Bov.cn; Winthis picture. appeared After Conducting a Winchester cemetery Tuesday mom-in- g SleEwan and J. Fred Farris, of cSfatinec everyday, 2:30 and 3:30. chester, and Sir. Pat Henry, of Clay at at ten o'clock with sen-ices-Meeting Near Gallopoiis, Ohio. ' City. the by Eld. J. W. Harding. FOR SALE At once a nice surbur- -. The local police have been asked The following will act as pallban home, water and gas, all nec- j SERIOUSLY ILL tonssist in the search for Rev. Louis bearers: Messrs. J. A. Couchman, essary outbuildings, and 2 S. Fuller, pastor of the Methodist Waller QuisenJicrry, S. E. Bowen, Mrs. W. O. B. Donaldson received' 0 ground." A fino truck patch, church at Bidwell, O.j who disap- Wm. Bush, Geo. W. Moore and Wm. a telegram Sunday morning at fl Apply to Mns. L. K. Henry, Home peared on February 2 .after having Lowerj. o'clock stating that her brother. pilone 31G or Robbins at. Ncw3 preached near Gallapolis, O. A reFrank Markwell, was in a very se- - j office. ward is offered for information conrious condition at his heme in Oswe- COUNTY COURT LOST A string of black jet beads, cerning his whereabouts. go, Kansas. between Chlloway and Methodist nam'pton qualified as adminMr. and Mrs. Donaldson left Sunone-ha- lf feet , D. B. Sir. Fuller is six and church. Reward for return to 4:20 p. tn. C. & O. train tall; weight 200 pounds'; has. dark istrator of the estate of Joe J.Estes, day on the ! Mrs. F. R. Gordon.v ' his bedside. to he at deceased.. complexion, and dark brown hair. , !..--vi:-sn, out-of-to- The remains of Mr. J. D. Seholl, o'clock who died Friday morning atduo to the infirmities of old age, weie buried Saturday afternoon in the family graveyard. Dir. Schtill, who was 81 years of age, is survived by one sister, Miss Carolyn Seholl. n.nd a brother, Mr. Isaac Seholl. both of whom live at Schollsulle. lie was never lie was" a wocdworkman by trade but for some time had been an invalid. - Mr. R. T. (1. Bush, aged 7(5 years, the last of a large family, succumbed to pneumonia Sunday afternoon at 12:45 at Giis home on Hickman street, after several weeks' serious illness. Sir. Bush had been for many years a farmer. Sales will be held at both tobacco warehouses Tuesday. No tobacco sales were held Slonday. Both houses report heavy receipt.; and are expecting a good sale. The sales will begin at nine o'clock in the morning at tho Planters' illousc. In the afternoon the sales will bj held t Sconce's House. A new buyer in the person of Sir. Frank Gordon, representing the American Tobacco Company, will be on the market. of the plant. Standard and Dwarf. Standard is the variety needed 'here. The iced shonld be obtained from a first class seedman, since it mixes readily with sorghum and other kindred plants. Plant in fertile soil; if drilled, the plants should be rows ihrco and half feet apart and plants about" three in ches in the row, or if planted in nils. the hills shoud bo a foot apart and three or four stalks in a hill. The time for planting is from the middle of Slay to fifth of Jnne. Cut when the plant is in full doom, for Racks for drying should b.5 so ar ranged that the tops would be kept straight. The drying should bo in broom-making. very reasonable terras. There are two rarities i - the shade. If the seed is wanted as well as the fiber, of course the plant will tand until the seed is fully develop ed but the plant turns red and bo- omes brittle and is not so valauble as broom material. Those who desire to inform themselves more fully should write their Senator or Congressman for Farmers' Bulletin No. 174. JOHN L. BOSLEV. ac3 -lt f 4 ft- SFH J THE WINCHESTER HEWS. THE WINCHESTER NEWS r V our risk. Jlexall Orderlies are eaten just like candy, are particularly prompt 'and agiccaoie in action, may be tak- Dally, Except Sunday. t it .niv time. dnvViir iiirht: : do not . (. matter,; "Entered as second-class- " eauc diarrhoea, nausea, griping, ex- 2BT1908, at .1 . November' .' ' eesMve looser.e.-- s or other undeiira- ... . k. Winchester, Kentucky, under the;,. n vprv A$t;ptMarck3, 1879.1 but positive action upon the organs' 1M-I-II ' SeatN Main trt, were it fails to give- - COMMON SENSE BSIS lhsfationyand we Urge atj entire j; GOUjJ ADyCnTlOlNb in need of such medicine to try it at , ery insee SELECTING SOOD SEED-COR- THE STRK F PLEASANT AM MMftTABLE SHOPP K - By WMC-FREEMAN- , Little Practice Will Enable One to Become Quick and Reliable Judge Points to Study. With a little practice onecan be come a quick and reliable judge of an ear of corn suitable for seed. But it will be necessary to study such points as trueness to type, shape of ear's, color of kernels, tips and butts of ears, uni formity of kernels., shape of kernels, space between kernels and the per cent of grain to(the cob. Briefly it should be stated that the rows of kernels should be straight, running from butt to tip; tho kernels wedge-shapethus insuring a large per cent of the corn on the cob. The furrows, or the space between the. kernels, should be narrow; the grains deep, the cob comparatively small. The color of the kernels should be uniform, having no indication of a mixed variety. All ears that show immaturity or rotted kernels should be eliminated, and espe cial care should be taken to select ears with large germs. The fact should be borne in mind that a large yield requires ears that are well filled and as few nubbins and barren stalks as possible. It costs as much to produce nubbins- - as it does good ears, and ordinarily 20 bushels to the acre will cost as much work and other expense as 40, hence the economy of Increasing the yield. PLAN FOR STRETCHING Method with which they come in contact, Both Phenes 91. apparently acting as a regulative toni:; upon the relaxed muscular SUBSCRIPTION BATES: coat of the bowel, thus overcoming By Mail. weakness, and aiding to restore the bowd-to more vigorous and heslihy Daily, one year $3.00 activity. 1.50 v Six Months Kexall Orderlies commonly ccmr 254 OaMonth pletely relieve constipation, except - Payable in Advance. of course, when, of a surgical, char acter. They also tend, to overcome ABVEftTISIM 1ATES: the necessity of constantly taking laxatives to keep the bowels in nor9mi Mat; any aditioa.... .29 mal condition. Three sizes of pack tkrM tiaMCi withia en week. . .50 ages, 10 cants, 25 cents, and "i0 LOO Dm watk, continuously cents. Remember, yon can obtain Om cateBdar mo continuously- - 3.00 Rexall Remedies in Winchester only 2.40 Fear weeks, 4 times a week it our store, The Roxnll Store. Fear weeks, fhras time sa week. 1.80 Phillips Drug Store, 5G S. Main st. Tan weeks, two, limes a week. . 1.20 J s ,...$ 9 Si ii T k 6 V If not rented privately befoie day of sale, I will on '"February 27 offer for rent publicly to the highest bid der my farm of 0:t acres, five and si half miles from Winchester on the Iron Works pike. Also at the same lime and place, I will offer for sale: 1 mare 4 years old, gentle to drive. 25 eanta. !ee tkaa 1 black mare, S years old, extra Advertising Is an original tHIS PVER REPRESENTED FOR f OUV.Ct fine. form of salesmanship that tends. BY THE ADVERTISING In the long run, to make the 1 Ilolstein cow, fresh March 10. 'A cost of living more reasonable 1 heifer, high grade, fresh May 17. & for the averaac human being. 1 registered Jersey cow, giving Advertising enables the manu- 1 milk. ZV YOITK AND CHIACO " of gocds at a tower price than - r, n 1 Jersey cow, calf by side. he could if his advertising had 2 Red Duroc Jersey brood sows, not lifted him out of the rut yj of ruinous and competition CLARK COUNTY SCHOOLS due to farrow in April. A standardized his articles of mer- i shoats, weight about 40 lbs. chandise. While there can be no writtten 15 head of sneep, extra good, now contract entered into between lambing. Trustee and teacher before -wagon. 1 v Due to Lack of Advertising. Thirty or forty years ago tho MamJuly 1, yet we are reliably informed 1 Deering mower. moth Cave shared honors with Niagttiat quite a number of verbal concorn planter. ' 1 ara as a pojnt of Interest for trav made. In justice tracts are being 1 breaking plow. elers. No American felt that he Uenw his own country till he had visto .the teachers, we again call the atdouble shovel plow. 1 ited the wonderful opening fn the Trustees tention of the cultivators. 2 earth. No foreigner visiting the county has: a to the fact that Clark United States was expected to return 1 iron kettle, o0 gallons, to his own land without seeing' and 'corps of teachers that cannot jba exhog box. 1 exploring the cave. It was one of the They are progrescelled anywhere. 2 vices. features of illustration in school geogsive and are preparing thenwelve-- ; raphies. It furnished a subject for 2 hand corn planters. countless magazine writers and illuseach vcar for better work by attend grubbing hoe. 1 trators. ing Normal Schools. 1 digger and shovel. Now, we never hear of the Mamteachmoth Cave. Public attention is called We now have twenty-thre- e 3 pitch forks. to the fact that the monster hole in ers attending the Richmond Normal. 1 pair of wire fence stretchers. the ground "is still there" by the anThere are a liimber of teachers from 2 sets of uigon harness. nouncement of change in ownership, the former proprietors finding that all other comities holding State Normal 1 set" of buggy harness. profits on their investment had vancertificates trying 4 secure the best 1 cider mill. ished. schools. It would be an injustice The fact is, the Mammoth Cave has 1 scoop shovel. not been advertised in recent years. to our teachersNind would lower the 1 patent digger. It is just as wonderful as it always standard of scholarship to give our 1 pair of 5iand stilyardsB was. But, somehow, practically all attempts in the way of advertising it schools to teachers from other coun About 75 rods of poultry fence. why this is, it may ties. Everything being equal, let the 3 black bronze turkey hens and have ceased. Just be impossible to say.. But the fact motto be: "Clark County School. torn. remains. For Clarlc County Teachers." 7 pure bred Pekin ducks. Advertising "Our Town." 0 Ebden geese. Do you take a pride In your town? SHORTHAND 1 pair White Pearl guineas. In speaking of it and working for it, 1 dozen White Leghorn hens. do you say "our town?" Shorthand taught by Miss Grace When you say "our town," the ex, 1 dozen B. P. Rock hens. pression has a different meaning from Thoroughness guaranteed. Coyle. 1 carpenters' bench. what it does when you say "the town," . Call at J. M. Stevenson's Law OlTk-c"this town" or "your town." I anviL Practice saying "our town" until you 1 buggy. can give it a musical and attractive About 50 well made chicken coops. sound that is confidence inspiring and Other tilings too numerous to men- means tbe true loyalty of a citizen. There is a big difference placed on tion. Terms made known on daj of the meaning of words by the tone in sale.. which they are expressed. Some people can say "come In" in a tone that means Sale starts at ten o'clock a. m. Arid Pill's and Ordinary Cathartics say out more than it does come in. 6. KISSINGER. In 8peaking"of your town, make Harsh Physics Cause Distressing IT. R. Watts, auctioneer. every word mean confidence, loyalty, prosperity, welcome, and you will have (e..d) Complaints. a town that exhibits ail these. Tho Retail Merchant FURS!!! FURS! .FURS!! in Ihe bo YoH'eamiot An Example of Realistic Drama. Will pay you the Highest Cash selection of medicine for children. "Realism may be carried too far." Only the very gentlest bowl med- Prices for your Furs. The speaker was Augustus Thomas, J. W. HISEL the playwright Mr. Thomas was conicine should ever be given) except in Bridge Junk Shop, demning certain overrealistlc plays Ordinary pills emergency cases. No. 23. North JIaple st. that he bad seen in Paris. cathartics and purgative are apt to "They were so realistic," he said, Tennessee Phone 215. Horai "that they inflicted pain and disgust do more haim than gooflC They may ; East Phone 595. on the audience. The audience under cause griping, nausea and other disthis excessive refclism suffered like tressing' after-effec- ts that are freMrs. Dodledum. TOM COWAN BACK. "Mrs Dodledum was horrorstruck quently to see' her little daughter come home We personally recommended and Tom Cowan, the popular barber, is from the beach one morning with her guarantee Rexall Orderlies as 4hc back at his stand in the iMcEldowney new silk frock cut into about a hundred holes of various sizes. safest and most dependable remedy, Ba;ld;ng: and ;s now ready to " 'What on earth,' the mother cried, s s which we know, for and 4ju-- od and customers wheic( 'have you cut all these holes in year associate bowel disorders. We have ym, wi awayg get prompt and frock for? i "'We, was play in' store,' the little such, absolute faith in the vir- - cass ;Sn.jce was the Swiss girl, repilefl, 'and , t cbeesa.''' tues of this remedy that wc sell it on , our guarantee of money. back iu ev- - WINCHESTER fiEA Par Lbs: .75 Fear weeks, one tiaM a week. aainces aotices, body type. Par reading) nfws beading... 15e tare eoutuiuona insertions of same rate. ftwat at double the ons-tiClMsiial Par Wari: 1c Oae iaaertioi, any editioa three insertions eontinaoasly .. taxee' additional insertions. c Oae calendar no., continuously. .10c Ketaing counted less than 19 words. No item charge! oa books for Ntticea llttm PUBLIC RENTING and OF LAND ..7c Sale of Stock and Farming. Implements. Abe Martin says: "The man who does not advertise may know his own business,, but nobody else does." I always think there is something wrong with, a business if it does net makeltself known .in some way. Common sense must be applied, however, as to how that business shall be' made known. In New York, Chicago, Philadelphia and other large cities there are fifty times as many stores that do not advertise in newspapers as do advertise in them. The reason is that these stores are mere neighborhood stores doing a small business depending wholly on the custom of perhaps a couple of hundred families. Obviously, such stores cannot afford to advertise in the big newspapers. How, then, are they to advertise? There are only a few ways for them to do, vie: n Sending letters to aft of the families in the neighborhood telling about the goods they have foV sale using posters and signs in their neighborhood wherever they can get the' space forjthem displaying their merchandise in their windows out better than all of these is advertising in the weekly neighborhood paper, if one is issued. There must be advertising of some kind done, and if It Is 'effective the business will grow, and the ' small shopkeeper may be able to acquire stores in different neighborhoods Then he can branch out with his advertising program and buy space in the big newspapers, like so many others have done before him. This applies only to the very large communities; in the smaller com' niunities. where everybody knows everybody else, the one medium to use all of the time is the daily home newspaper. You must realize that good adver tising, of whatever nature, must have common sense a basis of and must be done in accordance with a shopkeeper's ability to pay for it well-writte- BE A LEADER OF FASHION the new arrivals for Authoritative Styles GET THE NEW THINGS FIRST We were busy last week opening and marking mi-lady's -- wear and adornment A TRINITY THE APPEALING Superior Quality Reasonable Prices You are earnestly invited to inspect the New Spring aStyles looking or buying you are assured, a cordial welcome. A PARTIAL LIST OF THE NEW ARRIVALS The popu,ar shades an(J in Linen, Poplin, Marquisette, Gingham, Percale and Suit-Bo- n jngg Tailored Suits. One-pie- "White Wash Goods, . . WIRE Dresses. Children's Dresses. ce o j n C5 Shirtwaists. Ton Corsets. Shown In Illustration Will Enable One Man to Do as Much ' Work as Two. The following method of, stretching wire over rough ground is a good one. Get some big nails and drive them into the posts as illustrated, on top " Dainty Underwear. Silk Petticoats. Embroidered and Bordered Dress Patterns. Embroiderd and Laces. The favored weaves in Silks and Dress Goods. Stretching Wire. J J of knolls, slanting the nails downward. Hang tho wire over them. In the low places drive them into the post upward,, and hook the wire under them. Then stretch the wire as tight as de-sired. One man can stretch nearly as much wire this way as two can with- BREAKS out the use of the nails. r MTl a WAaaMaaia ' i We Are Satisfied With Small Profits A COLD ' Sub-Distri- ct two-hor- se two-hor- se Sub-Distri- ct one-hor- se ' tf) -- over-caref- ul helth-desiroyiii- g. ' con.-tipati- nn fn-end- ' ' m:T1E IN A FEW Stock Crops. The farmer makes the most money .who devotes his fields to the growing of crops to feed stock, making use of Proves Quinine Is Never Effective all the raw products at home, thereby not only saving much of the cost of Cold cr transportation, bpt also maintaining ..In The Cure of a Severe the fertility of the soil. Taking every The Grippe thing into consideration, corn will probably produce more food per acre Nothing else that you can take will for domestic animals than any- - other plant, and there are but few feeds )rcak your cold or end grippe so wnich can be fed in a greater variety promptly as n dose of Papo's Cold of ways. Compound every two hours until think-in- g World's Wool Crop. three consecutive doses are taken.. About of the wool crop .The most miserable headache, dullof tho entire world is produced in s, Australasia, which Includes New Zeal- ness, head and nose stuffed up, year's crop and and Tasmania. Last sneezing, running of the exceeding 800,000,000 pounds. The nose, sore throat, mucous, catarrhal flocks of this section contain nearly twice as marly sheep as those of the discharges, soreness, stiffness, rheuUnited States. matism pains and other distress begin to leave after the very first dose. Pape's Cold Compound is the result of three years' research at a cost of more than fifty thousand dollars, and contains no quinine, 'which wc have conclusively demonstrated is not effective in the treatment of colds or grippe. Spinach is one of the best things to Take this harmless Compound as grow. Fifteen to 20 ears of corn will plant djreojid with the knowledgja 'that H. H. FRANKLIN, Prop. an acre. there is no other medicine made any-- Don't use barb wire if you can where else in the world, which will avoid it. (Successors to K. Allen) Productive soil must contain a large cure your cold or end Grippe misery amount of vegetable matter. as promptly andvwith out any other There is no better fertilizer for as a assistance or had after-effec- ts grass than farmyard manure. of Pape's Cold package Potatoes make a fairly good crop with whjch to follow" millet. Compound, which any druggist in tlu There is no more convenient place world can supply. to haul the manure than, to the grass land. Small patches of quack grass should ALMOST LOST HIS LIFE. USE NOTHING COMMON BUT be dug out with forks and tho roots burned. S. A. Slid, of Mason, Mich., will Putting a small gasoline engine on the grain or "corn binder Is a new never forget his terrible . expoun wrinkle to save horse flesh. storm. "It gave me Those who have not already saved to a merciless their seed corn, however, must do so a dreadful cold," he writes, "that from the product as it Is husked. caused severe pains in my chest, so Seed corn must be selected early may have plenty oi t WM hard for me to breathe. A enough so that it doses of . neighbor gave me several timo. to dry before cold weather. Cover crops are divided into twolDr. ffing Xew Di5.overy which classes, based upon whether ofr notj they add any considerable amount ol ) brought great rftief- The doctor 7. said I was on. the verge cf pneumo- food. Cover crops, when plowed under. Im-- n;a but to contmue with the Disprove the physical condition of the A GOOD SIGN TO A BUSINESS IS .soil, making it porous and of better covery. I did so and two bottles Use only .completely cured me." THE SAME AS A LOCOMOTIVE tilth. , t Farmers operating on a large scale ck saf ' reliable medicine 1 TO A TRAIN. often keep in telegraphic or telephon- ic connection with the market to tor coughs, colds, or any throat or lung trouble. Price 50c and $1.00. which their products are consigned. Millet is rather hard on the fer- Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by tility of the land, but an ordinarily rich corn belt soil should yield two All Druggists. good crops of millet in succession. A piece of rubber hose about a wire The nicest and most pall handle offers a splendid safeperfumes and toilet articles at the guard against cutting the hand-whe- n carrying cement and other heavy Brown-Proctor- ia The Pharmacy The Peaceful Way. - . Curiam ' stuff. store of quality. Tou jannot go very, far wrong II The manner in which the com is A carious thing about aataaioMIaa you travel the way of peace. None Is that whenever one of them lixrutT stored is not so important so long t. can quarrel with you, if you" will not turtle a chorus girl or two are likely' method is used whf-:will " '4 "' . .. . permit a free circulation of air all to be found under'it. "What Is a- - college coach tor. sis?" quarrel. about the' ears. "For hack work, of course, you nlaay.' BUILDER'S HARDWARE We have just received a complete line of Hardware. If you are of building let us figure with you. Our stock is up to date. Our pricesT are right. HARDWARE one-thir- d fever-erishnes- FRANKLIN COMPANY J. 25-ce- nt SENSE" HIGH ART SIGNS 1 1 -- 1 A. LYNN PERRY tc e h Self-Evlden- f ' UC THE WINCHESTER NEWS. 1. JEWELER uu Class Every Pay Watch i--i ARTIS & CO 7 r bun iff 1 i g 1 i Public Sale i OF Stock and Farming Implements Having rented1 my farm I will ofter '3 " nrVAT-- W CPTHUAN at pttunc sale CALL AND SEE IT WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY iowrihg personal property : 21, 1912, HHBHHHBHBaiHHHBWi I at 10 o'clock, a. m., on Smy place ndar Beclrnervillej fofc oft the Combs Ferry Pike, miles from Winchester, the One One One S - 0 CIETY enfer-aineo, pcj OUR NEW LINE Pretty Party Beautiful Dining Miss Mary Elkin Hart entertained Roger Jones d flfr. and Mrs. a number of boys and girls" Sunday night at her country home Tuesday nigat at their home near with an enjoyable six o'clock dinner, Tulip. Among the guests were: in honor of Miss Lowell Rankin, of Misses Xanna Lou Owen, Polly l'ar-id- Lexington, who is the guest of Miss Hattie Owen, lEuuicc Owen, Alma Ethel Combs. Her gnes were Miss MarguerFlorndce and Agnes Henry, ite Davis and Miss Lowell Rankin Mattfa and Mary Davis. Messrs. John Newt Henry, Den and Messrs. Xorvcll Benton, Chas. Owen, David Irwin, Stanley Bailey, Allen Bradley and Lewis Hart. Howard and Jim Parido, Lcwi, Da-Jolly Storm Party and Gilbert Hubert Ail report a The Young Girls' Sewing Club jolly time. surprised Miss Amy Dietrich on FriAmateur Piay day evening with a masquerade An amateur play "The Toy Shop" party, which proved to be ono is to be given in this cjty soon, under of the jolliest affairs of the winter 'the auspices of the King's Dang'.ilers season among the young people. In the party were: 'Miscss ElizaEastern Star beth Beekncr, Margaret Willis, VirA meeting of the Eastern Star ginia Baldwin, Loui.-- e Koblhas.', vill be held Wednesday afternoon at Grace Womaek, Elizabeth Stewart, tli? Fraternity Building at 2:30 lrginia'Jouett, Roselynne Steveno'clock. Every member is urged to son, 'Mary Edmonds, Gertrude Rose. be present. Ora Gaines Allen, Kathleen Earp, -- Preparations for the visit of tli Nancy Belle Ecton, Rosa Day and Grand Worthy Matron aro to be Viola Courtney. made. Singing jaud games were enjoyed x and were followed by a delightful M. C. Club luncheon, which was spread from j The M. . Club will meet on dainty packages brought by the fair Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. J. ! young 'guests. Smith Hays. An excellent program lias been ararnged. Prof. W.-- S AnMrs. Davis Rupard and handsome derson, of Kentucky Wesleyan little baby, Bobby, of Tulsa, Okla., will deliver an address on arrived here Friday evening to join 'Sanitary Dairies." a who foconhere ITa11, vi horse mule.. inareNnule. horse mule. One horse mule. One gelding, 15' Dol.in Chief, combined, and broke to drive. One gelding, by Dolan Chief. Extra nice and imbroke. One maie.' bv Pea Vine. i Extra nice driver and foaled to 2 Oliver steel 'beam breaking plowi'. yme ueenng u inner, gooa aswiew. One Avery combined drill, guod as WOOL AND WORSTED DRESS GOODS jack. cow, with old calf by her side. Extra good milker. t One Jersey cow, thor- oughbred, and giving milk. 'M 750-l- b. heifers. Extra fine. Coin fed since the middle of November. DO 12o-lb. One ! y THESE ARE THE VERY LATEST shoats. 7f nive Western ewes. Due to lamb February 15. Will be sold in Iot -- FANCIES AND STYLES. fi rf 25 . WE INVITE YOUR EARLY INSPECTION. nice brood sows. Due to farrow 3Inrch ! Lot of shredded fodder. 3 sets gear. One thoroughbred Duroe boar. , .. et ot uiigzv Harness, iara Keuie. ' our Xcw Departure walking cul- " nc 'ron i tivator. of Plymouth Roek pullets. 2 Vulcan wooden bean breaking plows. Lr.t rf chicken coops. new. One tonguelcss cutting harrow. One Deering mower. smoothing harrow. One One Bemis tcbaeco setter. One Kentucky shoe drill. One corn planter. One iron roller. One galvanized tank. One maikcr. "One good wagun and bed. lOne hay frame, 2 tobacco frames. Two double-shovel- s. Two tobacco plows. Double and single trees. One MoyerAubbcr tire road wagon, good as new. Lot cf loenst posts. Six cattle troughs, Lot of woveivwire fence. Kome rron ;n cr;b. th ' I1 on-'c- ' Some Household Furniture, and other things too numerous to mention. TERMS $20.00 and under cash ; oyer that amount negotiable note: payable in 4 months without interest. re. H. R. WATTS, Auctioneer. alleiv; " .Winchester, Ky. Col-li'g- e, ARTIS & CO. SPRING SHOWINGS Mr. and Mrs. Phirl Coulter are Mr. Lloyd Erazicr, of .Mt. Sterling, enjoying a delightful honeymoon at Mobile, Birmingham aud other points was in the city, Sunday. ' Mr. J. T. McCray is in Louisville, in the South. Lloyd- - Frazier, of the Central Unithisr week, on business. Lexington, versity, Duurille, has been visiting Miss Lowell Rankin, of here. , is visiting Miss Ethel Combs. Miss Lctitia Warren will eomo from Xew-Yoi- k E..Rcnnkcr left Saturday for with a car load of live poultry. Danville to be the guest of her sis- Mr. J. cM.. Hendricof Georgetown, ter, Mrs. Lucieii Beckner, for the is the guest of Hon. J. M. Stevenson. dance Wednesday night. Mr. Henry Xichojs, of Danville, Mr. Jetf Wdbb has returned to his will visit at the home of Mrs. Kate heme in Columbia, Mo., after, making his many friends and relatives in Bush', and attend the dance Wedthis city and county a pleasant visit. nesday night. Mrs. G. Lee Wainscott is recuper Miss Alma Hall, of Flanagan Station, is visiting Miss Nancy Mullins, ating from an attack of grip at .the home of her mother in the country. of Winchester. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Tackctt, of Miss Mary Ford,, who is attending college at Georgetown, is at home for Clearwater, are visiting liis sister, Mrs. Henry Dickson, of Now street, a few days. .Mr. and 'Mrs. W. iP. Lyons, of this city. Bucknen street, are FURS!!! FURS! FURS!! oh the birth of a fine Will pay yon the Higaest Cash girl, Emma Lee. Mr. Lyons is the popular foreman of the Eagle Prices for your Furs.. J. W. HISEL Casting Company. Bridge Junk Shop, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Poer, who No. 23 North Maple st. reside about two miles on tho Ruck-ervil- le East Tennessee Phone 215, Home pike, are 'being congratulated Phone 596. son; on tlie birth of a handsome weight 9 2 pounds. 8extant Has Grown Smaller. who is a Miss Lois Dietrich, The sextant In use today by sea teacher at the (Maxwell street school, captains and others is a .small affair, 'in Lexington, lia.s been the guest of measuring only a few Inches in any direction. About the year 1000 of our her parents, Prof, and Mrs. C. II. era the sextant then in use by astronDeitrich, for several days. omers had a radius of 59 feet 9 Messrs. Cliff Ilagermeyer and inches. pMr. Rupard, has for month, having resigned his position Ladies Discuss Plans as ciigineer for the People .Packing An enthusiastic meeting of Iadic u'lant at Ttil;.a to pome to Winchester was held in the parlors of the First to take charge of his father's farm. Christian ehnreh Sunday, for the Mrs. Rupard's father, Mr. Dock discussion of the Chautauqua AsPigg, is highly pleased with the west. sembly, which, is proposed to be held He lias a good position and hi in this city. daughter, Miss Bertha, "holds a good It was agreed that the mcmbars '' position with Mason Loan Company. the church should undertake the Miss Myrtie Xeil is taking care of -- ale of 100 tickets. This is a eplen- -' her mother, who is very low with did beginning and if the other tuberculosis. churches and the business men will Mr. Rufus Dunn came from Elmen-do- rf do as well the Chautauqua will be to Jie with his family for a the hospital for Wina success,-anHe has ch'arge of the auto chester, an assured fact. department of the Elmendorf farm Able addresses were made by Row Lexington. J. H. MacXeill, the pastor of the at Mr. John Day, of State College, church, and .Mrs. Lucicm Beekncr, .vho is one of the most enthuiastic was in the city, Saturday. Mr. Byron Ballard, of Lexington, vorkers for a hospital for Wincheswho has been the guest of Mr. Jack ter. ' few-dayd Lile, returned home, Sunday. -- . WEYOU SLEEP Salts, Calomel ani PathaHic Pills Are Violent They Act on Bowels As Pepper Acts in Nostrils ' Take a Cascaret tonight and thor oughly cleanse your. Liver, Stomach and .Bowels, and you will surely feel great by morning. You men and women who have headache, coated tongue, can't sleep are bilious, nervous and upset, bothered with a sick, gassy, disordered stomach, or have backache and feel all worn qnt. Are yon keeping clean inside with Cascarets or merely forcing a passageway every few days with salts, cathartic pills or castor oil? This is Suits of latest styles in New White Serges and all leading- - shades in prices from $10.00 up. Dresses in new creations and very latest shades and all latest designs from $5.75' up. 5 v important. Cascarefrs immediately cleanse and ed tei-pou- nd - DKAINU ll-18-4- regulate tho stomach, remove the sour, undigested and fermenting food and foul gases; take tho excess bile from the liver and carry off the decomposed waste matter and poison from the intestines and bowels. Remember, a Cascaret tonight will straighten yon out by morning. A box from your druggist means a clear head and cheerfulness for months.. Don't forget the child10-ee- nt Coat& and Skirts of new ren . SHOCKING SOUNDS In the earth are sojqetiracs heard before a terrible earthquake, that warn of the coming peril. Nature's warnings are kind. That dull pain or ache in the back, warns you the Kidneys need attention if you would maladies, escape those dangerous Dropsy, Diabetes or Blight's disease. Take Electric Bitters at. once land see backache fly and all yonr best feelings return. "My son received great ben fit from their Use for i ;kidney and bladder trouble," writes Rockwood, Peter Bondy, South is certainly a great kidMich., "It ney anfdicinc." Try it. 50 cents .Spring designs from $3.75 up. 1-- ! COMES FROM GOOD RIPE TOMATOES .t Mrs Shaw will be Brown-Prpctor- at our Main St. .4 Store in ia Hotel all of this week Be sure and call on her. She has a complete line and will be glad to show you. PARRISH, BRADLEY b CO. John Day, of State College, formci-student- s of Wesleyan, liave ibecn visiting here for several days. Mr. Tom Bush, ofVirginia, was called here by the death of his .father, Mr. R. T. G. Bush. Miss Margaret Bush, who is being trained as a nurse at the Episcopal Hospital in Louisville, was called here by tihe death of her father, Mr. R. T G. Bush. Mrs. IFranklin Watts continues quite ill at tho home of her daughter, Mrs. Ec. Ramsey, in the county. Mr. and Mrs. George. Ramsey have been called from Jessamine county, by the illness of his sister, Mrs. Real Charity. Johann. please go to the pawnbroker's and pawn my gold watch. The poor man. understand, is not getting much business, and I think we should help him along!" Kllegende" Blatter. -1 WINCHESTER CLOAK & SUIT CO. A. M. DOMES, Inc. No Biting. Manager. "Don't you. believe in laws teeth in them?" "Not if they are the kind filled with gold.",. Vrltb ElksBaildTng 61 MainS1reet Both Phones 364. WINCHESTER, KY. FURS! FURS!! CURS'!! Will pay you the Hfgnest Cash Franklin Watts. l . Prices for your Furs. at AH Druggists. J. W. HISEL. .. Bridge Junk Shop Only the purest and freshest medNo. 23 North Maple st. icines on sale at the East Tennessee Phone 215, Home Pharmacy the store of quality. Phone 596. Brown-Procto-r- ia ll-18-4- Vi ....... - t Read The News V- - - r y ftae Few. THE WINCHESTER NEWS ONLY 12 MORE DAYS SKATING. Auditorium Rink Closes Sat. March MIGHT SOMETHING NEW EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT 1 MONDAY NIGHT Broom Ball, Auditorium Team vs. Win- -' Chester Giants. U TUESDAY NIGHT Most graceful skating couple (lady and gentleman) $3,00 worth skate tickets. AFTERNOONS THURSDAY NIGHT Big Masquerade. $5.00 in Gold to 1st, pair Richardson Skates to 2nd. $1.00 worth skate tickets to 3rd. FRIDAY NIGHT Most graceful gentleman skater $2.00. (Bean and Bloomfield barred), Winner of this race eligible to worth skate tickets, most graceful lady skater $2.00 worth skate f Championship Race February 28th, tickets. Mile Race, $1.50 Manhattan Shirt 2 TO 5 ADMISSION AND SKATES 10 CENTS. NIGHT, 7 T0 10, ADMISSION 10 CENTS, SKATES 15 CENTS, 10:20 a. m. each day successively by Dr. Henry Y. Cope, of Chicago, general secretary Religious Education. Association; the Rev. Geo. A. Jopiin, general secretary Kentucky Sunday-schoAssociation, and Dr. Walter Frazee, superintendent Kentucky Christian Bible School Association. Dr. A. T. Robertson of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, will give a series of .studies in tiic "Life of Jesus" at 11:30 7. m. each day. The Rev.. George II. Trnl!, of New York City, secretary of the Presbyterian Hoard ,tZ Foreign Missions; Dr. W. O. Carver, of the Baptist Semiinaiy, and Dr. R. II. Crossfield, of Lexington, will all give mission ol '.Y ANNOUNCEMENT l Owing to our increasing business, we find we need more room, so we have leased the YARD on Broadway, formerly occupied by Royse & Boone. We will carry a full stock of Coal, Feed, Fence, Salt, Fertilizer, Roofing, Barb and Smooth Wire at both yards. We want you to come to the yard that will be the most conven-ieatt- o you and we will assure you of the same courteous treatment and fair dealings we have given you in the past Mr. Fount Hughes will assist us. , INTER SCHOOL OF FIVE MINUTES For Sale or Rent! n At limit, "Kentucky, Clark county, 0 miles from Winchester, on good of very pike and in neighboihocd best graded schools, a most desirci-bl- e business property, consisting of storeroom, stock of goods, 2 nice dwellings, blacksmith shop, 2 large gardens, in all about 2 acres of land. Will sell at a bargain if taken at once. See G. M. Glenn cn the premises. classified CLASSIFIED mm ' METHODS Sourness, Gas, Heartburn and Stomach Distress Will' Disappear. ADVERTISEMENTS le m war far a sfefk a wara fir tiraa MTtlMS. i Program is Completed And Promises Tn Rd fin EVnallnnt flnn f!irL IU 11 aw 4JICU ft UIIU. be Represented. have hcon completed for ihe 'Winter .School of .Methods," which it! to he held in Xortou Hal!, f.uuisvillc, Febiuaiy 2." to March 1. inclusive, under the auspices of the Kentucky Sunday School T?i-b- le I Program-- , ' Very respectfully yours. BEDFORD & TUTTLE Distress after eating, sourness, gas and heartburn can be quickly relieved stomby taking one or two ach tablets. They are guaranteed to banish any case of indigestion, acute or chronic stomach ailment no matter what.it is MI-O-X- A MI-O-X- A NEW WALL PAPERS NOW ARRIVING. Fop Latest Designs and At Very Lowest Prices. Last Season's Papers Greatly Reduced No. 19 and 21 m called, or money back. TODD BROS., stomach ""tablets rfre Winchester, Ky. They Home phone 472. small and easily swallowed. arc sold by Phillips Drug Store and druggists everywhere for 50 cents The services of some eminent a ibox. They are put up in a' neat school .cvialiais have been semetal box that can conveniently be cured for the week, and there will talks. T1. f rxxvx UKrTOi They The elementary, primary, junior, carried in the vest pocket. doubtless lie tome representative rntft intci mediate and senior department are especially recommended for ner0.11TCU . D.00W fiom Hailc county. Ami. CaOin work will all 'be in charge of compe- vousness, sleeplessness, bad dreams, A regular "faculty"' has been estent instructors, and an internation- constipation, dizziness and tablished, and a schedule of "periodal teachers' training certificate is of-,"' arranged for study and lecture. Dr. Franklin Mcllfresh, of Chica- fered to'all who complete the course HE WON'T LIMP NOW. go, international teacher training: of tudy. gnortfcs desiring superintendent, will give a course of are invited to comunieatc No more limping for Tom Moore, lectures each morning throughout tabN. Kl with the seeerctary, Miss Maude L. of Cochran, Ga- - "I had a bad sore the week at 0:i0 o'clock, on such Dance, 712 Louisville Trust Building. one my instep that nothing seemed topics as "How to De.vdop Teachers Louisville. to help till I used Bucklen's Arnica in a Training Class," "How to OrSalve," 'he writes, "but this wonderAccounts el EBsrchasts, Farmer ganize a Teachers' Training Class,'' Only registered pharmacists han- ful 'healer soon cured me." Heals and Traders Solicited "Caii tCie Small Sunday-schoAdopt dle your perscription at the Brown-Proctor- old, running sores, ulcers, boils, Modem Methods?" and "The TrainPharmacy. AbeoIute ac- burns, cuts, bruises, eczema oi piles. Collection: Hate ill Point;. ed AVorkman and Christian ProgThe store of Try it. Only 25 cents at All curacy guaranteed. 11 Ooitt-oftown, aaal sartlaa. & a war par anata. Scattered in Mrt! mi. Is par wari a Inatrtlsa. Mathloi haarM far lata tfcaa taa cants Bathing chars kaato far toss thaa E5 aaata. TRACY 4c a aart far Ml SIOKELY A BARGAIN. 12 ?.y.d at once; house of 4 rooms; let 50x150; cistern gas, outbuildings rents at $10 per month; here is chance to net 10 per cent on your Clark County National BAWk investment. Office in McEldowney Boil ding BOTH PHONES FOR RENT A new modern built house centrally located; possession middle of March. Apply to Robbins at News office. 6t ol ia x FOR RENT Four or five rooms, jjasr and cistern. Home phone CO or apply at No. 11C North Highland. E. Broadway ress." "The Relation quality. o the Sunday-schowil be handled at to a Man"' ol SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS Crpital and Surplus CAPT. BOONE BACK $350,000.00 Cap. Sam Boone returned Saturday night after a pleasant visit at Danville. Capital S100.0T0 WANTED Young men wanting a musical education at very little cost should join Modern Woodmen of America Band and Orchestra; For particulars affply Gio. H. Mackie, at Barnes" Grocery' or Dr. E. R. Bush, president, Fraternity Building. FOR SALE 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. Sat i Undivided Profits. $200,008 Every Household in The Big Rnn Coal, the Winchester THE- - best on the market; yards on West Bioadway. Clark County Construction Company. 11-28- -tf Should Know How to Resist it: The back may ache because the kidneys are blockaded. Help the kidneys with their work. The back will ache no more. Lots of proof that Doan's Kidney Pills will do thw. It's the best proof, for it conies from tibis vicinity. L. SI. Cox, 302 Bowyer St., Lexington, Ky., says: "My occupation lequired much heavy lifting and I believe this was the cause of my Sidney tronble. I first noticed a dull pain in my back which became so aeutc at times that I could not rest. When I arose in the morning, I was lame and stiff and felt so tired that I could hainlly commence my dayV woik. aiy kidneys were also disor-deie- d and their secretions caused me much annoyance by their too frequent passage. I doctored nd tried any number of remedies, but could find no relief. When suffering severely I had Doan's Kidney Pills hi ought to my attention and decid-in- sr to trv them. I procured a supply. I soon improved a'rwHJiftetl had tnk- 7. en tue contents oi a iew . Winchester Bank WINCHESTER. KY. N. H. WITHERSOON. President. W. R. SPHAR. Cashier. It is not merely the passing of called for merchan- FOR SALE 100 extra nice Rhode. Island Red pullets and cockrels. nome phone 813-A. -tf Insure in STROTHER'S OLD RELIABLE AND FIRE INSURANCE Mfflc REAL ESTATE AGENCY FrsttraKi SM&. PhtM tSS Is the most result-gettinmedium employed by the It reaches more i business men of Winchester homes and is read by more people than any paper published in the County. g to-da- y. THE WINCHESTER SOLICITS YOUR ACCOUNTS. J. M. STEVENSON Attarney-atLa-w 60 S. Main St. Winchester. Ky: !&ILLTHcGQUGH ahdCUREtusILUNSSJ E. E. LOOM IS Auctioneer v !&S IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE No intelligent man will deny that McEldowney luiktfftf, Winchester, PENDLET0N, BUSH w Ky. ihe volume of his business is increased by thorough and systematic advertising.- - The increase in a year's business invariably more than pays for a year's advertising. Can you afford to permit you goods to lie unsought on your shelves where a little advertising would 4 BUSH : '""tUQlDS ITTOUL BCTt rfiEE Attorneys-at-La- AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES Stb Floor McEldowney BaOfiaaj Winchester, rMM m. mbm . uu.u, T i 1 GUARANTSEO SATSFACrO.I)' GET THE BUSINESS When you are in need of Bill Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Business Cards, Visiting Cards, Invitations, Circular Letters, Catalogues, Briefs, Dodgers, Etc., then our Job Department is one of the best equipped in this vicinity. Ky. was cured." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Co., Buffalo, cents. iFcster-MilbuXew York, solcagents for the United rn am States. Remember the and take no othar. name Doan's "MOaETHAN WET DR. M. L. MYERS, l DENTIST. nfik TiMTMtUUmatf tuBHmf, WINCHESTER, KY. (j THE WINCHESTER NEWS (oaily) BLAMED A GOOD WORKER. SUN SENTINEL Phones 91. 109-11- weekly for severe side for two distress in my left "I blamed my .heart years," writes W. 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