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THE WINCHESTER NEWS WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1912. ing in all six court appointments during the three years he has been iii the White House. The five Asso'- date Justices named by Mr. Taft were: Messrs. Lurton, Hughes, van Devanter, Lamar and iPitney. In exectutive session the Senate without discussion referred Chancellor Pitney's nomination to the Com mittee on the Judiciary, which prob ably will make a report next Mon day. , 1 0 iuu uuruen oi taxation una ween lifted from the people. He de- chired that he believed most sorely needed now: was in the administration of the public business, so as to obtain better results at far less expense to the taxpayers. He said it ought not to cost a billion dollars a year to administer the federal government and that those of states, cities and counties cost far too much. Ho said that while other reforms were needed this one would bring quicker, greater and more general relief than any other lie knew a?. He said that the reduction of the tariff taxes was one step in the sccunng of this , result. WEATHER Weather Unsettled 2 CENTS of Parcels A COPY; II CENTS A WEEK This bill provide that the state shall pay for d and the coun ty of the construction and maintenance of roads and a lew of OFFICERS ELECTED five cents on each one hundred dol lars of property assessed is provided for a road fund which will amount Daniel Boone Council, Xo. 1070 to $400,000 a year; also that the Monday night Governor shall appoint a CommisjRoyal Arcanum, elected the following officers for the sioner to have charge of the public ensuing term: highways in the state. Leo Ramsey, Regent. The Senate conenrred in the Roy E. Smith, Past Regent. House amendment to the insurance Sam W. Willis, Vice Regent. bill carries an emergency clause it Dr. E. R. Bush, Secretary. will become effective as soon a.s it R. C. Prewitt, Collector. is signed by Governor MeCroary. C. E. Lyddane, Treasurer. The direct primary law, with an J. C. Ramsey, Chaplain. emergency clause attached, also will J. D. Sousley, Guide. be passed this week, if the program W. E. Strode. Warden. of the leaders is carried out. J. T. Luman, Sentry. House Committees Report Dr. W. A. Bush, Medical Exam The House of Representatives iccr. wore favorably reported as follows X. K. Foster, J. W. Rupard and R The Stoll bill, authorizing payment C. Prewitt, Trustees. of pensions to disabled teachers. Leo Ramsey, Representative. The Schoberth bill, requiring in C. E. Lyddane, Alternate. terchange of messages between tele ROYAL ARCANUM 1. jiu Al. 1 I . one-thir- maiize the advantages Post, as follows: two-thir- ds 1. It gives u cheap and convenient method of sending sm.ill packages up to and including 11 pounds ONLY CONGRESS MAY OBJECT , MARKETS Cincinnati. Feb. 19. Mar- - Cattle any distance. It affords a method for farm ers to maikct butter, eggs, poultry, fruits, vegetables and owers direct 2. to consumers. 3. It affords the city dwellers a cnanco to get fresh produce direct from the grower, without the inter vtr.tion of the middle-man. WHEELER SISTERS HAVE FULL HOUSE The Wheeler Sisters Were Greeted PEOPLE'S FORUM ii lurnisnes uie merchant a n if ol selling and delivering goods direct, to the farmers. They may all reap the harvest of the "'riiuH order house." o. It tends to establish uniform and satisfactory prices for produce, iiiuiiioiii . ii. . .... A Correction phone, companies. The, Dinvy .Congressional redis The Order of Eastern Star will The Committee on Elections re meet Saturday afternoon at 2:30 at ported favorably Senator Eaton' the Fraternity building instead of primary election bill, with a substi Wednesdaj- - afternoon. All members tute therefor, as agreed between the urged to be present. inthor and Republican Charlton ricting bill. TOBACCO SALES The Planters Loose Leaf House opened their sales Tuesday morning with about 125,000 pounds on the floor. The quality was nothing ex tra, but prices ware from $2 to .$4 on the hundred better than they have ever, been since the sales opened. Three new firms were represented a follows: American Tobacco Compa ny, Truck & Company, of Louisville; and Petty & Company, of Lexington. These three new firms, in addition to all previous firms that have had representatives on the local breaks, will be represented at all other sales. Hereafter tiie Planters' House will have their sales regularly on every Tuesday and Thursday. Several red crop? were sold at an average of from $10 to 14.o0 per hundred. R. A. Scobee's House Immedately after dinner the sale were opened at Mr. Scobee's Warehouse on Flannsr.in street with bout 123,000 pounds on the. breaks. Bidding was more active and prices were from $2.50 to $4.50 on the hundred higher than thoy have been this season. Up to 2 o'clock the highest price paid was $32.00 per hundred for one basket. One crcp of only fair colory tobacco brought an average of $20.85 per hundred. . Mr. Scobee reports the sales as being the very best he lias ever bad in every respect and prices very much higher. Next sales will 'be held Thursday. Thompson, who presented such a bill It contains the the House. emergency clause embraced in the House bill. Other favorable reports were on IL B. Xo. 258 Appropriating $50,-00- 0 to Kentucky Normal School for egroes; II. B. Xo. 4G4 To pay old ilebts of State University and the Xormal schools; II. 15. 283 The centennial Perry appropriation measure. The County Unit Committee re ported, without expression, H. B. Xo. 20. It provides fine and imprisonment in jail for drunkenness. It war dvanced. Senate Bill 39. Allowing a pen- ion of $10 a month to indigent Con federate soldiers, was reported fav orably by Confederate Home Com mittee. in ERSEY BE NAMED ESSOR OF Pitney is Appointed by Su- Chancellor President Taft to Vacancy on preme Court Bench. Mr. Coleman will erms. manage and play the outfield. He Graduate of Princetcn. is a good ball player and a gentleThe new Associate Justice has a man, and best wishes for great suc- congressional record and he served cess this year are extended. as a member of the Ap Washington. Feb. 20 President Taft sent to the Senate Monday the Mahlou nomination of Chancellor itney, of Xew Jersey, to be an As- oeiate Justice of the United States upreme Court. The statement that Chancellor Pit- nev would be named as the successor f the late Justice John M. Harlan. as made at the White House Mon- COLEMAN SOLO ay subsequent to a call by John W. Griggs, forme Attorney General of The management of the Base Ball ic United States, ami a delegation Club reports the sale of Coleman to f Xew Jersey lawyers, all of whom the Muscativc Iowa Club in the Cenpoke of Judge Pitney in the highest tral Association. INSURANCE RATING BILL ' NOW UP TO M'CREARY four years propriations Committee. He is described by bis friends as a spirited, enthusiastic type of man of cultured bearing and scholarly attainments. years old and a IT is but fifty-forinceton graduate of the class of ur Senate Passes it With Dessenting Vote. Only One Another Gosd Reads Bill Wins. Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 20. Owing to a death in the family of Senator Herman Newcomih, the Xeweomb Automobile Bill, which had been made a special order for 12 o'clock Jionday, had to go over until Tues- day. After two ' days consideration of 'the Bosworth Good Roads Bill the Senate Moaiajr adopted the bill, yeas 26fitiy$-iy. 1879. When Chancellor Pitney is con firmed by the Senate and has taken his place on the Supreme Court, resident Taft will bavc had the of having experience constituted a majority of the highest tribunal in the land a bench on which it bad been ruStlost exalted mbition to ser.ve as chief justice. Has Named Five Justices In addition to naming five new justices on a court of nine, President alft also bad the distinction of ele- ating Associate Justice Edward D. Wtfite to the Chief Justiceship, niak- - m since the cost of sending produce in 11 pound packages oc less in uniMORE ON PARCELS POST form only 12 cents snaximum for at The Lexington Opera House. 11 pounds and less quantities .than To the Edilor of the Xess: pounds at 1 cents per pound Lexington, Ky., Feb. 20. The I promised you "moic'' on Parcel when tin distance is over ten miles Wheeler Sisters Stock Company were Post, If you liked the simiplc. and as under 10' miles the 11 pounds goes 1 greeted by a large audience Monday you said you did, I'll give you a little for half price or 1 cents a pound at .the first purfoimancc of iheir re'''more" of its workings abroad and (i. It affords a means of transturn engagement for the sfcond week especially in Gcnn.iuv. Xexl in im portation that is mutually helpful to balance. this season. The bill ftrr Monday portance to butter c(.::!es the ship producer and consumer. night was "The Counterfieiters,'' an An ajlverso decision would have ment ot eggs and poultry. In GerWhat ecstatic visions do arise to '.(Tccicd proposed legislation of that interesting and thrilling dram.v of many the oose fills the place of the the urban resident of limited means? English lilt? and the players weie re nature in many other states. turkey in the, United Slates, and Fresh supplies' daily for the table, peatedly applauded. This- company Senator Isaac Stephenson, of Wis Xational feast fowl, coining by direct from the earih, tho tree, the made an enviable record for itself on consin, Is not entitled to his seat in mail Jo the cities in largest numbers vine, the poultry yard and farm Hie previous engagement and judging the Xatii.nal Senate according to five fiom Pomcran in Ka.--t Gcimauy. butcher shop-- -, etc.. without any "in- from its welcome Aloiiduv night, the members of the Committee on Privil Through the Parcels Po.-t- .' fanners tcrcs'ls' to fix the price, so that the ccond bill will be equally as suc ."ges and Elections. Thev find that all the way from near-bto 300 fanner would only get 33 cents of cessful. enough evidence of bribery and cor miles away or moie, send" each week every dollar, after or for his months The'Whccler Sisters Stock Compa eggs, dressed poultry, cheese, honey of anxious toil, and the "interests" ruption in his election was brought ny will bo at the Winchester Opera limits, vegetables and flowers, to and retailer the other 03 cents.of the out in the investigation which the House on Friday night, February 23 regular customers in Berlin, Lcipsic. consnmcrs dollar, for a mere turning Senate has been carrying on to war. rant their repoi.t. The majority of for one night only. Dresden and other cities. over by the latter of the product. 'he committee brought in the Scotch The consumer in the centers of Sec! cut this 03 cents out and diverdict of net proven. The Senator population, deals directly with the vide it between the grower con -HARMON ADDRESSES THE pent $107,793 in his campaign and producer, receiving his supplies for sumer, and go back to the time when members of the Legislature spent his table, direct from the farm' and these individuals fixed the price. "orrespcndingly large amounts. The garden, and thus always gets freh This solves at a stroke the question minority report said .that such exgoods, and if not fresh l;e can make of high living and helps out the dependitures were, in violation of the serving, and the only losers are the fundamental principles Ohio Exectutive Urges Merrbers to his complaint direct to' the responsiof our ble one, instead of the dealer. If this which contemplates the seSearch Themselves to Find Reason The extensive use of the Parcels catch?s you, remember the cuomic-o- f lection of candidates by the electors ls Po.-.-t Post arc well organized and not the selection of electors by by farmers is shown by the stafor Public Discontent. s tistics of the Postofliccs, of rural and h ive money .without end; so here I eandi(1-ateFrankfort. Ky., Feb. 20. Gover districts; showing the number of is your remedy: In place oi spanning nor Judson Harmon, of Ohio, the o- - packages sent from the faun, much your energies in telling your neigh A PAIR OF COUNTRY KIDS bors : bout the wickedness of the exy Democrat who has been twice greater than tho number received. "Brigade Tuns tho fanners of Germany press companies join the elected to the Chic Magistcracy of In these strenuous days of frenthe Buckeye State ince the war, ad seem to have used the Parcels Post of P.'. reels Post Letter Writers" zied finance and constant hustle it Is dressed the General Assembly of moie freely for selling their products md wiite quick to your Congress Kentuckv Tuesday afternoon on the than for buying what thoy consume man, your United States Senator, a pleasure to go to the theatre and play, a perhaps this only proves a known and just talk plain to them, and tell ;ee a first-clalull of the House of Represcnta- ives. Tuesday nij.ht the Goveruoi truth that the Germans are wise him what you want, and what you company of real actors that can act. and frugal, in that they spend less shall do for them if they do not aid iing and dance, all surrr.unded with will be the guest of Governor you in escaping fiorii the toils of irt from the scenic artist, to take and the committee on ar- than they make. and es- us back to tho country ami the real The general use of the Parcels the rangement's at a snokcr which many of the prominent Democrats of the Post at present and its growth is pecially the "Robber Express Compa- old fashioned folks of the farms and Thowu by tho following comparative nies" by voting for the best Parcels villages. To see all this without .state will attend. statistics from tho R. .X. G. for Post bill introduced; whether by buffoonery, noisy farce and vulgar Governor E. J. Lietulenant Democrat. Republican, or Progres- -- heap specialties is surely an inpreidcd at the joint meet- 1S!)0. 1000 and 1!0S: ducement for any one of us to go Total number of parcels handled sive. Still more If you like this. ing of the Legislaiure to hear GovSincerely, and spend an evening where we can and he was introduc- by tho German pestoffice: 1800, ernor Harmon M. S. BROWNE. for ths time forget our cveiy day 1900, 182,201,787; 100S. Louis Wagner Arnctt, ed by Senator struggle. Such a treat is in store February 17. 1912. Governor Harmon 243,839,20(5. oCovington. Tor our theatregoers In the appear-nic- e Number of parcels per capita popwas given an enthusiastic greeting of "A Pair of Counhy Kid-- " LOOHIS TO CONDUCT SALE quite plainly on the ulation: 1890. 2.:53; 1900, :i.S; 1908.' and he spoke House. Opera at the Winchester a 4.1. question of direct legislation, Auctioneer E. E. Loomis letft Tues- - February 23- - Manager Dinelli from Number of letters per capita popwhich has been of great inmatter to hold all reports received of this attraction terest recently in his own stale, in ulation: 1890, 23.2; 1900. 33; 1908, dav for Falmouth where he is will be i large sale of live stock for Mrs. can guarantee all promi-e- s which a Constitutional Convention is filled to the letter. C. Jay Smith, the Tho Parcels Post of the chief Eu- Kate Schutter on Wednesday. sitting, and which is considernow manager, is keeping faith with the ing all initiative and referendum ropean countries has been establishpublic from al reports, and to all DODGE proposition. ed so long that it has become a part lovers of the rural drama, this is an every day life of Hie people. Harmon told the legisGovernor of the was m Mt. opportunity to sco the best and one Ono cannot help seeing some of it behooved every one in lators that Mrs. Will Haggard that is entirely different from all public office .nowadays to make a the advantages, be he Democrat, Re- Sterling, Monday. bought 23 head others. with a view to finding publican or Socialist, of having the self search, Mr. Roy Raybuin their own public utilitis-s- such as railroads, the of cattle at Mt. Steiling, Monday. out if any shortcomings RENTS PROPERTY were responsible for fTiu demand for telegraph, the telephone and street The sale of Mr. Cotteni's was well' legislation and for the "public railways operated by the government, attended Thursday. Prices were very direct Tracy & Stokely, agents for J. I). unrest at the bottom of that demand. as they largely aie, in- - Germany, good. Simpson, rented his coal vard propHo declared that there was some rather than by private interests. Miss Lena Gravitt is the guest of to Bedford & The latter operates, .'a utility, as her sister, Mrs. Luke Swope, this erty on East Broadway real or supposed ground for the disPossession given at once. content of the people with their pres- shown in our express companies, so week. She will soon start to Hamil Tutlle. possible divi- ton, O., where they will make their ent agencies of Government. as to give FAMOUS SPEAKER the fact that direct dend on the "capital Invested. The iiome. He pointed out legislation, such as is possible under Government operates a utility for Mrs. R. V. Northcutt and two chil Mr. Hamilton Holt, world-famo.was the one purpose of giving the best dren, of Winchester, are the guests the initiative and referendum, peace worker, will speak on "The aimed at the lawmakers as a body and cheapest service possible, reduc- of her mother, this week. Federation of the World'' . at the and the recall at the individual mem- ing tho rales charged the private inMiss Lula Swops, of West Bend. College Chapel Wednesday night. bers and at the judges. The sup- dividual, till they barely cover tlw was the'giies.t of her brother, Mr. The address is to be absolutely port these proposals receives, he cost of operation and maintenance. Luke Swope, Saturday and Sunday. free, and the public is invited. pointed out, varies with the real or How changed the express rates Mr. and Mrs. "Will Snowdcn visited supposed need of them. would be in a generation, if the ex- relatives in Winchester Saturday am? Food Value of Raisins. the press companies had been operated Sunday. Governor Harmon reviewed . nntmrf of raiain. f brought on this basis. , changes that have beec Mr. and Mrs. Skyler" Baber. of eoual to a pound ot bread, two pound about in Ohio during lus two admin Let me briefly as possible, n con- Wades Mill, were the guests of Mr. of milk 'pounds Danaaasor six pounds of apples. istrations as Governor and showed ; clusion, by way of emphasis, 'sam-- and Mrs.'C. E. Teary, Sunday by a Large Audience Monday Night 11 1-v, .a-ni." ss ilc-Crea- ry tho-largest us juuu Hi cnoice nandy light i butchers steady to shone: heavy and medium steers dull and weak to 10c Washington, Feb. 20. Only Con- lower; fair and common bimuer cat gress, and not the Supreme Court of tle dull and 10e15c lower; ship- tao Lmtedfefates. may object to the pers $5.50ff0.75. choice to tr instativo and referendum methods of . $&357; butcher steers, ortr, Sfiin legislation in the states so the court v. comf.i.uu .iu cMuu-) 5tscIf decided Monday. That tribu mon to fair !?4.237?3: heifers, extra nal held .that the question of whether i'l.liOg'o, good to choice $4.50 a state still maintained a republican $3.35, common to fair $34.25; form of government guaranteed by cows, extra $4.G05. good to choice the Federal constitution, after it 1(?4.30. comon to fair $1.753.73, adopted the intlative and referendum canners $1. 50(2.73; bulU steady; method was a political pToblem for bolcgiras $4.23(?5.23; mlle-cews f'ongics,s and not a judicial one for easy and slow. the courts. CalvesStcady to 23c higher; exThe decision was based on the tra $8.50, fair to good $C.50S.25, claim of the Pacific States Telephone common and large $3.507.50. and Telegraph Company that a tax Dogs Market steady at last upon it Imposed by tho initiative and week's closing prices; selected heavy referendum method in Oregon, wat shippers $o.40(?ru45. good to choice unconstmtional. The initiative and packers and butchers $6.40(n 0.45, P cieicuiium provisions m ilioun. mixed packers $G.30(i:0.40, stags $3 South Dakota, Utah. Montana. Okla- - (fi'u common to choice heavy fat loma. Maine ami Arizona hung in the s.ws! $4.255.S5. light shippers e f h $5.75(rG.25, pigs (110 lbs. and less) $1.255.G5. Sheep Steady, extra $3.G5(G.75F good to choice $3.25(u3.G0, common to fair $1.25('3, yearlings $4.25 r..'j.). Lambs Steady; extra $G.G0 $G.75, good to choice $0(djG.G0, com mon to fair $t.25$i;G.90. TOO IATE 10 CIMY THE LYRIC Aunt Jane's Legacy. (Mclies.) Tommy's Rockiag Horse. (Melics) The Reform Candidates. (Edison) Matinee everyday, 2:30 and 3:30. FOR RENT Mv old house of ten rooms on Maple street. Apply to A.J. Earp. -tf FOR SALE cr EXCHANGE Fur down town property or farm, a nicev7 room house with water, gas, meat house, nice barn, plenty fruit and three extra lots. Todd Bros. STRAYED From mv farm , on the iParis pike one red steer; weight about 700 pounds. Information to his whereabouts Calloway will be appreciated. Crawford. ed MONEY TO LOAN on real estate. Long term. Easy payments. Apply to Robbins, News office. 'OR RENT Four rooms at 306 S. Main street. Good garden and stable. Apply to T. .1. "Bradley or Mrs. I. A. Shiilev. LOST Gold sbirtwai-- t pin with old English initial, "AL" Return to Phil Parrish. -lt FOR SALE A coming IPereJieon mare; weight 1200 Itn. Floyd W. Clay. Indian Fields, Ky. LOST Black velvet . pocketboofc containing key and papers. iPfras return to Mrs. Jno. S. Raincy. LOST Green suede belt with gilt buckle. Return t Rtbbins at this office. -lt A man can hardly suffer any greater anguish than to have tho coBTorMrllom work away from a funny story b was scheming to slip in as apropos oc something that wa3 said. Exquisite Anguish. Breaking a Wisdom Monopoly. Tm afraid the country raftered great loss when they failed to sead our eloquent and able friend back to congress." "Not at all." replied tor Sorghum. "The sense of the plaia people again prevailed, way saoum me lecture piauorms do ronow the braIny men T be assembled!. Ser a Uon Is suporfluouaT" - 33 mm r, .frag im. NEWS ADVERTISED LETTERS al-ea- ( V THE WINCHESTER HEWS. MUSICAt ENTERTAINMENT BY COLORED STUDENTS. church there will be services as usu morning1 7 :3ft "o'clock."" ' 5, Adams, H'.; R."? 'Tomorrow .at the', morning services Adams, Mrs. John C. GttMOS-lT- I 'Souffl Main Strce the. ashes will be blessed and distri Baird, S. K. buted at 7:30 o'clock. In the even Winchestar, Keatucky. ,w Aw Bradley; Gurt ing at 7:30, there will be a sermon, Eymc, Jas. M. ;' "Dust thou' art and into dust thou Daily; Except Sunday. Bryant; Mrs. Mary shalt return." Benediction with Mt. matter, EnterefL as second-clas- s Eldiidge, Miss Mabel Blessed Sacrament closing with disNovember 28, 1JJ08, at the postoffice Eckler, Mrs. Hiram tribution of ashes; id Winchester, Kentucky, under the Estill, Ban . Friday evenings at 7:30 and .Sun( Let of March 3, 1879." Gibson, Miss Efiie day afternoon at 3 o'clock the Way Haggard,'. E. D. of the Cross will be recalled. Both Phones 91. Ivor, Robert. M. Tuesday evenings '7 SO o'clock Kmtzer, W. .A. there will be a sermon on the followSUBSCRIPTION RATES: Payhter, B. S.: ing subjects: ' 1 Risk, Mrs. Martha Catholic By Mail. 27 "The .February Siler. Miss 'Eie church the Preserver of the Bible." 3.00 Daily, one year Tucer, S. S. March 5 "The Catholic church 1.50 Six Months Tylor, John and the Inspiration of the Biible." One Month - .25 j Lyon,' "David J" March 12 ".The Catholic churdi "'Payable in Advance. Walker,' Jame? D. and the Interpretation of the Bible." Writkins, George Qlarch 19 "Is the Bible the Sole ABVERTISIRI RATES: Wolf, WT. G. Rule of (Paitti." MjltalaWi,, ImaA BMMPMU PIIRVmRJ Whito, Walker March 26 "Tlie Bible 'Within anc Gmj tim, any &tioB... 9M Whaley, Virgil Without the Catholic church." tare tiaM, withia oh waek.. .60 WTatis & Morris April 5, (Good Friday) "Greater 1.00 Om week, continuously JOIET G. WTH1TE, Pktmaster. Love Than this no Man ITath." Om flilcsdar moM contiBuontly- - 3.00 The public Js cordially invited to 2.4J1 Fear weeks, 4 hmn a nmk . .Studebaker and Old Hickory; when these and all services in St. oJseph's Fear wMkfi, tires time m week. 1.80 you see either of these two names, church". Fato'iraeksj two times a week. . 1.20 you will knew they stand for two of FURS!!! HmhSri Nzttcw Par Um: FURS!! FURSI the best farm wagons made. We .75 are agents for both... Let us show Few weeks, one time a week. Will pay yon the ,ffignest Cash BvaaeMBbtices, kody type them to you Courtday. Furs., PiVei'reaaing, nna heading. .. 15a J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co: Prices for your J. W. HISEJL same three eofitiimocis insertions of Bridge Junk Shop '-rate. JteBt' at donhle the ont-ti23North-Mapl-e st No. Classified Par Wers: FIRST LA GRIPPE, 215, Homi East Tennessee Phone lc Om iisertioK, any editioa THEN BRONCHITIS. Phone 596. Chree insertions continuously .. 2o ESk teiree additional insertions. o Such was the case with .Mrs. WT: Si "My info STOMACH DISTRESS . Om calendar no., continuously. .10c Bailey. McCreary, Ky. tftthing counted less tham 16 words. was taken down with a severe "Tfc? itea charge ea hooka for of la grippe, wbich run into AND DYSPEPSIA GO Ssm thai 35 easts. tho? she bronchitis. She congbed as had consumptioitand jould not sleep Heartburn, Gas and Indigestion Gt IrtIS PUPEP REPRESENTED FOR FOkCIGft at night- - The Doctor's medicine EY THE ADVCRTIEIIiG Five Minutes After Taking Pape's gave her no relief and I was advised Diapepsin to try Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. The first bottle gave her so OFFICES As there is often someone in , NEW YORK AND CHICAGO much relief that she continued using your family who suffers an attack ol G"ANCHE3 IN ALL. T'lE PRINCIPAL CIJie: it and three bottles effected a permaIndigestion or some form of Stomach nent cure." Mr. W. S.'Bailey says trouble, why don't you keep somr THE SOUND SLEEP he is prepared to answer all inquirDiapepsin in the house handy? OF GOOD HEALTH ies promptly. This harmless blessing will digest For sale by All Druggists. anything you can eat without the Is not for those suffering from kidand overcome slightly discomfort, ney ailments and irregularities. The ST. J a sour, gassy Stomach in five minutes prompt use of Foley Kidney PiHs after. rheumawill dispel backache and Toil your pharmacist to let yoi: weak Devotions Lenten tism, heal and strengthen sore, restore normal read the'formula, plainly printed 011 and ailing kidneys, Tomorrow will be Ash Wednesday these cases of Pape's Diaaction, and with it health and The day pepsin, then you will readily see why the beginning of Lent. Spalsbury, strength. Mrs. M. F. Sterling, 111., says: "I suffered great bears the name because of the very it makes Indigestion, Sour Stomach. pain i my back and kidneys, could ancient custom in the Catholic Heartburn and other distress go in not sleep at night, and conld not church of signing in the form of a five minutes and relieves at once such raise my hands over my Jiead. But cross the foreheads of its members miseries as Belching of Gas, Eructatwo bottles of Foley Kidney Pills with ashes 011 this tlie seventh tions of sour undigested food, Naubefore Easter. Tlie use of cured mc. Foley Kidney Pills bave sea, Headaches, Dizziness, Constipaashes in connection wit&i doing pen- tion and my heartiest endorsement." other Stomach disorders. ance is frequently spoken of in the For Sale by All Druggists. Sme folks have tried so long to , Old and New Testaments. , find relief from Indigestion and Dy It is the preservation of this an spepsia SHORTHAND stomach or an that we have in the sercient cures with the common, every-da- y when the Shorthand taught by Miss Grace vices of advertised that they have about made Thoroughness guaranteed. priest first places ashes upon his own Coylc. up their minds that they have someM. Stevenson's Law OlTicc. head and then signs the foreheads of Call at J. thing else wrong, or believe theirs is the faithful with the words Rc:ar of Nervousness, Gastritis, Caher man that thou art dust and into a case tarrh of the Stomach or Cancer. BUGGIES! BUGSIES BUGGIES! dust thou shalt return'." This, no doubt, is a serious misThe ashes used on this day are lift us shGw you what nobby rigs procured frcm tlie 'burning of palm take. Your real trouble is, what you docs not digest; instead, it ferwe carry and how attractive our bles-c- d on Palm Sunday of 1911. eat ments and sours, turns to acid, Gas prices are.:. See us Courtday. Tlie words used are those address T,K J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. ed to Adam and Eve wwhen Almighty and StomacM poison, which putrefy God was about to expel them from in the digestive tract and intestines Paradise. These words should car- and besides, poiso"n the breath with A FINE GIRL. A hcariy appetite, with thorough ry home to the soul of each of us the same serious mesasge that it digestion, and without the slightest "Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brmvu. conveyed to our first parents, viz: discomfort or iilscry of the Stomach" of Buckner street, this city, a that they were mortal that death is waiting for you as soon as you gill. should reduce their bodies to the decide to fry Pape's Diapepsin. dust from which they were formed. Chicken Feed that make the hen Winchester Monument Works, a It is this truth that tlie Catholic lay and that is what makes the hen church wishes to bring home tojie: home enterprise, can please you with pay.. .Get a sack before it is ail gone children at the beginning of the pen- prices and good work. J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. itential season of Lent in order that they may not live according to the. HOW COLD AFFECTS flesh and die but mortifying the . . . THE KIDNEYS. COLLECTION FOR POOR deeds of the flesh, live indeed serious meditation on leath cannot Avoid taking cold if your kidpeys At the First Baptist church o:i but have a salnttary effect on the are sensitive. Cold congests the Sunday a collection of $129.33 was lives of those who give it a moment kidneys, throws too much work upon iaaken for "the poor of the city. two each day. them, and weakens tjieir action. Se'This church is doing a wonderful or It is in the' spirit of penance and rious kidney trouble and even work, in an unostentatious way, may mortification that tbo Catholic Bright's disease result. in relieving the needs of the 3)0 or. church imposes fasting and abstin- ' Strengthen your kidneys, get rid of ence, i. e. diminnution of food and the pain and soreness, build (them up SEED OATS! SEED OATS! the refraining from meat at most of by the timely use of Foley 'Kidney the meals during Lent. Besides .Pills' They will cure any case of Get tor prices. See the quality. J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. these, extra prayers, increase of fadney or bladder trouble not beyond public devotions iu'Cahholic churches ttte reach of medicine. Nd medicine " ' are encouraged during the Lentpn can do more. . For Sale fcy'All Druggists. Season. Accbrdrnjly at St. JqEfpti'g SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS. THEfMSTER FOR ALL MEN AND WOMEN I wilTgive2.youyfree a sample of 'Br."&ercVs Plcband Pellets, that have broughr health, and happiness to thousands also a book on any chronic disease you need. The story of my free offer to you is quickly teld. Daring my many years of practice I have used numerous Combinations of curative medicines for liver ills. I have kept records of results in case dfter case, so that my staff of physicians and surgeon3, at the Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., are able to diagnose and treat cases at a distance with uniform good results; I am going to send- you free a sample package of Dr. Pierces Tlcasant Pellets, which, will relieve "biliousness and ill health due to a disordered liver. Write at once for a sample or a book. But for the permanent relief of blood disorders and impurities,I - The Domestic. Sfiience Department of the colored schools is preparing to present a musical onteitainment at the Courthouse abont the middle of March. Only white people are to ' attend. The receipts are to go toward the purchase of dishes, table linen and other necessary equipments, for the department, which is donig an excellent work. Clover, Timothy, Orchard, Grass, Grass, Cow Peas, White Oats, Rust Proof Oats, in fact You ' will be a full line of seeds. pleased with our quality, and our Red Top, Blue a. blood can recommend my "Golden Medsezl Discovery medicine without alcohol. R. V. Pierce, M. D., Buffalo, N. Y. " v Nature's Way I Tlie Best. prices are right. J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. Buried deep in cur American forest :rc Cad b'.ccdroot, queen's root, maodrak and stone" root, golden seal, Oregon grtpe rcct and clicrrybark. Of these Dr.R.V. Pierce made a pure glyceric extract which has been favorably known for over forty years. He called it "GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY." This "Discovery" purines the blood end tones up the stomach and the eatfrt) system in Nature's own vrcy. It's ju$t th tissue builder and ionic you require. -- "IiT ....... - Likely you will want some work put up .in the cemetery before Decoration Day. Why not get the Winchester Monument Works" to do it? FARMERS BUSY The farmers will soon begin to get busy if Ave can just have a few more sunshiny days. Plowing and oon be burning tobacco beds will under way. About an average crop of tobacco will be raised in' this county this year. Most tenants have moved to their pew places and are now ready to begin their year's work. It is a noticeable fact, however, that a great number of Clark ;'onntv tenants will stay another year where they are. -- 7c -- ae Dr. Pierce ssvs: "Givcerine Dlavs an imoortant Dart in Piercc's Golden Medical Discovery in the cure of indigestion, rrM'AO p dyspepsia 2116. weak stomach, attended by sour risings, heartburn, foul breath, coated tongue, poor appetite, gnawing feeling in stomach, biliousness and kindred derangements of the stomach, liver and Dowels. In coughs and hoarseness caused by bronchial, throat and lung affections, except consumption, the "Golden Medical Discovery" is a most efficient remedy, especially in those caused by irritation and congestion of the bronchial mucous memobstinate, branes. The,"" Discoyery" is not so good for acute coughs arising from sudden colds, nor must it be expected to cure consumption in its advanced stages no medicine will do that but for all the obstinate, chronic coughs, which, if neglected, or badly treated, lead up to consumption, it is the best medicine that can be taken." Sold by all principal dealers in medicines. To find out more about the above mentioned diseases and all about the body in health and disease, get the Common Sense Medical Adviser the People's Schoolmaster in Medicine i if li i rifrpc renin Pi frpfirc rT ntcptcn rnnnifmnc nnn rnp nnn f. knn f on receipt of 31 cents in sent post-pai- d thereof. Cloth-boun- d practical, successful treatment one-cestamps to pay cost of mailing only. Address Dr. Pierce s Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y. fyt-- - hang-on-coug- hs ! f nt ll-18-4- Winchester Opera House ONE NIGHT ONLY FRIDAY, Qxy-Acetyli- attack J FEB. 23, 1912 Cotton Seed Meal for the cows; Purina Chicken Feed for the chickens; Oafs, Corn and Hay for the horse.. We recommend them all. Welding Of Automobile Parts. ne I have installed a Modern Welding and Cutting OutfiL The Show that Never Grows Old THE FAMOUS A PAIR -- J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. bile Parts such as cylinders, crank cases and all other parts of Automobiles. Milling- Machinery, - Specially Adapted to Welding- Automo- OF- HAIR QUICKLY STOPS COUNTRY KIDS A We weld all metals with the as strong or stronger than new. and they-are- . guaranteed. Oxy-Acetyli- ne Farm Machinery, Gas Engines, Etc. Torch All work MS itching And-Dandruff CHAS. HAGAN, Machine and Repair Works, Comedy Drama in 4 Acts Special Scenery Singing and Dancing Specialties A Big Fun Night with Your '" Old Friends Corner Broadway and Highland Scalp Vanishes Overnight Abolished. a -- Theie is One' hair tonic that you can put your faith in and that is PARISIAN SAGE. Save Time by Telephoning When a man feels the necessity of being in two places at tke same time lie goes to the nearest telephone and sends his voice Py having the service of the It. Is easy to travel all over the State and other States. If yo haven!t our service you should have. Call onr manager for full information. 50-ce- nt It stops falling hair, back. or money Wcd-nes-d- ay nge er .(2-19-- tf) .Stops itching scalp, or money back And Phillips Drug Store the druggists you know so well are the ones who "sell it. PARISIAN SAGE is a splericiid !air dressing; it is so daintily perfumed and refreshing that it makes the scalp feel fine the minute you apply it. It is used daily by thousand .if clever women who realize that PARISIAN SAGE keeps their hair If you lustrous and fascinating. have hair troubles get PARISIAN SAGE today at Phillips Drug Store Large and druggists everywhere. bottle 50 cents. The Oliver Plow is surely a good one. Let us explain its merits. We have just received a car load. See them Courtday. - J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. HI and TRIXIE THE KIDS J EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED) POPULAR PRICES 35c and 50c GALLERY 25c flPBMW5S55IS3MaaaaaaaW 7RROW Kotch COLLAR , take oft and to Ua a Us is. Clurtt. Pclbodr & Company. Mikcn, Troy. K.Y. Easiest to put on and to A WARNING AGAINST WET FEET ten-pon- Wet and chilled.ioet usually affecr the mncous membrane of the nose, tbiVaait Jand filings, and la grippt, bronchitis or pneumonia may result. Wteh carefully, particularly the children, and for the racking stubborn coughs give Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. It soothes the inflamed membranes, and heals the coughs quickly. Mrs. A. A. Swagel, ICroh, Wis., says: "It always give Foley's Hooey and Tar Compound to my children. It oures their coughs and colds and they like to'take it." For Sale by All Druggists. FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! For Sale or Rent! - -- At Hunt, Kentucky, Clark county, 6 miles 'from Winchester, on gooil pike and in neighborhood of vety best graded sehools, a mo..t desirable 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. 5L Glenn on the premises. 3MI It USE NOTHING COMMON BUT SENSE " HIGH ART b im TODD BROS.. Home phone 472. Winchester, Ky. Will jiay yon ihe Highest " Cash St '(2-20-- ' Prices for your Furs. J. W. HISEL Bridge Junk Shop No. 23 North Maple st East Tennessee Phone 215, Homr rhone,59. . " ' ll-18-4- FURS!!! FURS!! FURSI Will pay you the Highest Cash Pi ices for yonr Pars.. J. W. HISEL Shop. --fridge Junk No. 23 'North Maple st East Tennessee Pbpne 215, Horoi Phone 598. t A GOOD SIGN TP A BUSINESS IS THE SAME AS A LOCOMOTIVE TO A TRAIN. A. LYNN PERRYf - t 'if If Z3 f' t1 -- i . aaaaaaar1' Tv A- -! 7"" T? , i7 jwfr- r-- ".PVTHE WIIICHESTEB HEWS. " "TB ' LH' J v lq m m , . y J wLL- - JL - L ; J " 1 j " ' 5 ' " " ' PaieTfrw. ill y Ti 1 1 PMBHHBBHBMBB Buys 3v6ior0(f First! 8 BaaaBaBaBBBaaaBaBaaaBaaaaaaaBBaaBBBBaBaaaaaaaaaaBaBP s' S ; l t'H A rypaywh .. i On.yafew.eft ENAMEL WARE ' ' SALE " . HCH.BOWEN CALL AND SEE IT I r -- - ' ( I fl H " ' "i" redUCe OUr Stock Of j r Id T V vi g Long's. w ' 555 . We have cut the prices d6wn to the wg decided Enamel to place on sale for the next few day s One Special Lot of Gray Enamel Ware at the Rediculously ' , very last cut. If you are interested Real gardaing low price of Birthday Celebration Mrs. Jas. Kainey celebrated seventy-third her B; Kj s birthday Sunday with nn elaborate dining at her home at Kuckerville. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Rainey, Mr. and . Kw. B. IL Kainey, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John Sehlessinger, of Miss Ruth fiainey and John Somerset, were hero Sato, day an Mr. Geo. Raboy. Sunday the gucst of their daughter, oel, Mrs. Carrie Buekner was tlie host'-ess for a delightful farewell lunch- eon to Mrs. McGrath, and a number of pleasant auto parties were also given in her honor. THIRTY-TW- O J it will pay , - yOU . I . 1 " CENTS I dltJ fV? I H H H H to See them 'TVlQeO gUUU& AUWO Crnriftcs fVlO I? VUiy j - aS )Q&t 11 . TTifl.'b'fi 3,11(1 1 IliCe CleaiL gOO(IS, AR JIS & CO. ? ge PlCCeS, TTTrivf 1 ' PlBCeS . V. -a H i - - SIeve K- - Vaught. Dance at Auditorium rot- fonneriy of thi? The young men of the city will give dance at the Auditorium on the city, has erected an elegant residence evouing of Fobniarv 2ft No admis- - in Princeton. Sarah Buckncr has gone to rion without a ticket. Dancing at f j2 ' ' dOUble tMS price. J OUC .eillg Hiaiiy 1 OI Iie 111016 HQZJL tS t qt. Roll Hdge Distl Pail, WOrth 75c 32C - H ilB H L ... k' k 1 ) I " 1 I ' M fr IB 1 't ' I - , B HLj J P " M Mrs. Ed Pace, of Lexington, was the here last week to attend the funeral metVith Mr, of Mi's. William Scohee. PresVtenan chm-c, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Iless have J. M. Benton on Monday afternoon. ,V Able papers on "Mexico" were lead taken rooms with Mrs. atel 'Cat- ly Mrs. T. M. Morrow and'Miss Fan1 mes, on East iKsiiiifax street. ' Miss Allic Ri?cn, who has been vis- nie Hampton. At the conclusion of the session, delicious coffee, siind- - iting her sister, Mrs. 0. F. Baxter. , wiHiesr hermits and egg lnsies-wero c Louisville, has returned home and is' now visiting her siter, Mrs. 10 scned by the gracious hostess. Flanagan street. Gamboe, . , Mrs. John Graham Johns has re- for Mrs. McGratfl One of the most enjoyable of the turned from a visit to her old home several informal affairs given for in Ashland. While there she was the Mrs. McGrath. of , Shelbyvillc, who recipient of much social attention has been the charming guest of Miss enjoying many delightful reunions of Sl,e Beeknor, vas the Lyric party old friends. Pertained by Mi's. w. IT. Gar- - Mr. and Mrs. M. T. BHb, of Corn- nor. The affair was followed by de- at Indian Kcious refrcstiments at Vennilir.n & Fields, fo'r a visit to Mrs. Bibbs' Missionary Society Meets The Missionary Societv of ""'"" c. - ' ,, Gen- - f., Ar Ir. j r B. Garrett. .,. ,,, " " ; jtunieu Irom a . . .ewflierly, Jiev. J. evangelist, is couilucting 71?" . 1 1 Mis.es Elizabeth . Madigan, Qiieeino Jiarv Donahue and 111 ' Ulakc OlC ValUe regular 32c Handled Foot Tnbs, worth 50c' 32C Covered Berlin KettleS, Wltll bail, WOrth 50c Preserving KettleS With WOod handkd bail, WOfth 65c32C DoUDle K.OaSterS, 1 H MH .,.,. : 1 1 T . , the noted a revival ., Chestnut attended a dance at the Elks Club Room Paris la.--l week. Mr. and Mrs. John Dolphin visited ,. .v.n... , irl ,, These goods are CanilOt laSt You had 1 nOW Oil " exhlbltlOIl " 111 OUT XTindoWS aild . 'aBiMMMMSMBHM'" " , !l Mj iB:. H H iH H H H H ) HH . OrmllU UnUlllllUU ( nnrilHin niinillllinri I I II 1 ; Mrs. Miiry V Miller was in Ixx- lOIlfif Mrs AV-- il Il ickelt ln lptmni'il 9 I'Viday, popping. 1 home from a visit in Paris. Hoi-'- r j.ii. .itei.er, of Covington, is Mr. Tom C(imv:lv si,tcI, Miss Il0lc t!e guest of Mrs. II. 0. Thomas. Genevieve, visited in Richmond last citV. h'- - u- - 15- - Caywood, . of Owsley weL.ic. county, is here for a visit to his son, oV- - Knthcp. Ililler.nicyor has re- CO LUC, VOU If. Caywood. .turned home from a business tiip !o Missoula May Baker and E. 1). Cincinnati. Buchanan are the guests of M.s. o Covin!jllin vi,;e(V Rachel T. Morgan. her mother, Mrs. Am, Burke, last Miss Ruth Si'ott, of Lexington, is u.eo. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Cle- Mr. and Mrs. Adcock and child-- . en, '""d on Burns avenue. Cor. Main Broadway, of Paris, Visited Mr. and Mrs. Jarm-l.i.-- t Hughes' lias accepted Woodward, Jlr. Fount n Hickman street U a position Avith Udford & Tuttle. week. 3Iiss UaWe Everett and Mr. Fred Prii c Dancing Club gave a dance at Elizabeth Mae Madignn oC -tte, W. Va., the Y. M. I. Hall, Monday evening. 0,1 !" '"n'i"", la- -t week. heie wek 'the Sests of MU. The chaperones were Mrs. Wm. '""'b ar. in the If at tlllS priCC quick it you wdiit any. J' This pHCe is for Cash Ofl T. ' phone 360. Can't 1 Wri deliver H H J rfOlTCKC T JL J WP "IP and ' JEl ' - SL "Ell?'TrW,M i J B W l s WINCHESTER,-KY- Vll . H H H H hmj tcr 3rs- - Ed YonnS f ' IT fthe glTs Tnnd 111 V " Q 'j. Af lnfnof OU1LS OI lalGSL SLyiCS iNCW WtlltC ', S6r6S cVl orlaC 3.11(1 111 II. Hampton. will mrrivc Wednesday to visit Mrs. Miss Ida Feld has resigned her pn- sition in Danville and will take J.G.Johns. A. Mrs. P. B. Winn, o.rr oC r " . tSLS.-rYork. gMmaa Jn 1 rZKZZZZ eyery fifth Car Sold WaS a Ford. ,Z" ' evehr third fog r manufactured Danville, are Mrs. Charles Exum, of Lcsinatnn, ,lB,P'a wjl J,,ne lB,: herV of Lexington. Mrs. rfth:?r- JJltvn'Zlar'1! - a F0rd. What does it look like for 1913? West, who lias ,ee quite jllis improving. Mrs. Otis Flyiin, of Lexington. iss Elizabeth I MssenerthaMcVickcrniiu -Mr. Seth Beckner, of the Quaiter-- 1 the attractive guests this week of Mr. Harry Allan's many friends master Department of the United Miss Maude Hoagland, at Mrs. Mor- - will be pleased to know that he is Sates Army, has arrived from Fort row's boarding house. convalescing from an attack of Anders;,,, 6f Mt. Ster- - Worden. Wash to visit his brother. Miss Olivia Mrs..H.JackSonaudMrs.J.M. Beckner. McCoil and son, John Lisle, left ling, and A. T. King, of Irvine, wcie AIi-s. Allen the guests last week of Miss Nancy Tuesday morning to visit -While there is a calm, prepare for stemison. p'?itt, of Montgomery county. astorm. Get a load cf that famous Pnal UtltlC IIIC Vo!lmi jaCKd UUdl hofnri thp novt teilQW p. gJJQ - INDIAM FIELDo, KY. - CLAY . I l HHV i 'J f f i f I " V Clll 1AOrllTl rl IcdUlIlg 011 PnCeStrOIIl 510.00 UP. , . DlldUCO - f 0- C? 111 - 23 Pi tfMMR Ifl Clfll III l3HIII w IX claim- H K H H H HHH SltSSartSfi loatlisomo ami torturins nrith DreSSeS . 111 IieW wv-- Er'V 1 IBB B TIOTIQ ) H WLy PT' .3 IPITPST aim vciy lrt stiades and '' all latest designs from $5.75 Up. dea-' - WHIIHHHHMHMHHHBHHnalP S Tkip0 OUGllulw in ILdUIC o OIIUCo adia'c Qhntfc I IIICC Qnorialc III TN ordeV to close out a few styles before COlO Spell. . Coal & SL'pp,y Co- - KKSffSiRanw,ftbw,ttaftftI. A 250 boUle T,iu i,rove tIlls 10 i01- - win its years of misery. Destroy the Don't take chances! ?prms at Ul0 be'ginnins of the troul.!s "ayiBt ffiffl. WJEWt raar omnaent that DlU 1:1ml. skin disease 'rnrthTgeffiU'taS bottlo falls to niaKe sood every you have .skin trouble of any-we certainly ailvlso you to drop in and InvesUrate the merits or D. If ieip you. 'this week (!) Tan-Russ- ' for sale by strode's drug store YOURJWONEY BACK ' - :H mi Krr I KP m,' 1 k i uoats ana Kirts 01 new O oPrin P deSlnS frOni O $3 75 nn. ' ' Spring we will offer you the opportunity If This Medicine Does Not Satisfac- tor"y Be"efit YUto pick from three Styles Of Ladie's Shoes that ' II are marked below cost. II Practising physicians ma ing a " (17 -- I , ia Calf, Blucher nOW ej ft ' " 5 " 2i r I Were $4.50, All $2.50 travenette BultOn (2) V Snes7were$3:50and4M nPW r 1 specialty of stomach troubles are ,eaiiy responsihic for the formula .ieh Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets from profile1 Wc havc a b- - the experience of experts. 0in: ccricnco with Bcxa!' .Py- - ' flre now locatcd .n ourncwquarters Main Street, Oliver's old place recently Seen- pied byPo well & Hughes and are better prepared than cTer to furnish Coal, Lime, Sand, Sewer Pipe, Laths, Plaster, Cement and Salt. W on-Ndrt- h :l I fl H iy . nlnUnLujtiV uLUAu V' 1 . - k HI H'- j? IX i uUII uU lllui v I ro ?S J ' '1e' Wer Dl l T $2.50 U I ROYSE ri-k. PHONE 283 - BOONE - In? P I I ' MW $2.50 csccIent remedy for 1 aellte indigestion and Dyspepsia. Tablets. y.e a.k vuu Jo fry ' tne rol'e If thoy do chronic dyspepsia. Their ingrcdknt t!uni at our soothing and healing to the in- - j you entire HilNf.iHim!, wo will r.- -i avo t,lcm to ljc an t J ' 1 C" - ywW ' i ' ' x A. HI. DDMB, ElkS Building Manage!. These are our best makes of Shoes and We guarantee every pair for Service. f , HtJ T 3 ' ' ' Both FhOneS 364. COME WHILE WE HAVE YOUR SIZE - ' - ' PP. iaVT' WWm ' 61 Mainaireei ' m jt r WII7GHESTER KY HUTSELL ' 4 SL SMITH of the!tiiCTivitn!mtVetioii" greatest digestive aids kiwn to j They come in three sizes., prie. , mcdicuie. The relief they afford is j cents. Til) cents, and $1.00. K'e.xeii- -, Their use .with her. you can obtain them only at i t;. almost immediate. PI.-regularity store The Kexall Store. persistency and helps to bring about a Drug Store, .".G South JUnii: sire?1., short time cessation cf the pubis caused by TheyliTr $J'S''ZZ'.''T! " I "lTrll I - - 4 ' H "B 'mm a " ,. " mim fora s MHBHBMaaaiaaainaaaBaaaVHJl 4aBHBaaaaHMaHmiBBHHtai " xthw " AMAMIWU btiyj!, iiUlU- - Rexall Dvsjiepsia Tablets aid to fit you out fcr vot'r spri"g plowing. inslir0 healtI,y appetite, aid oiges- - Come th3wnand see us Courtdsy. - - J: H: Martin Coal & Supply Co. tio, and promote nutrition. of- our sincere faith iklRiesall dence . . JMT WSlKr - .1 fr U. ! fl ifL--' vV.tlYOOr f?P WbLmSI' Piltf r Mg jit 'H -- BurrAto.w.y. m 'fl M fevi- ' TJBal - SUBSCRIBE F0 7fl RWt. ' r -- t, c-- f ,v.4s. yiiii ;i.jv r aaaaaitir. , -- :- 1. , -- &A- . . . '2ik - ,4 :t'-rlJtf!in . - - aaaaaaai aai n . - W- - -- Z 'aaai r I 5 Pane Fw. THE WINCHESTER NEWS Stops Falling Hair Destroys Dandruff Ask Your DoctorDressing An Elegant AYER'S HAIR VIGOR .1. "Makes Hair Grow CLASSIFIED ADVERTISE! BITS WAKE WAKE UP! of called for merchan- DOES NOT COLOR THE HAIR C. ATTn (VlVPAVT. TwH. le a ward fir a Kc a wtnj ftr Htm SVtfMS. dise over the counter at & 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. 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.' IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE It is not merely the passing Model Housekeeper" which Is said to be the best book for the home ever published and (bids fair to out sell any household book ever on the Is the most THE WINCHESTER NEWS result-gettin- g to-da- y. No intelligent man will deny that the volume of his business is increased by thorough and systematic advertising. The increase in a year's business 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 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. TOE WINCHESTER NEWS (daily) SON SENHNELwEEKLY) Phones 91. 109-11- 1 S. Main St. R. R. and GOLDIE PERRY, Proprietors - - E. A. LOWKY SELLS Him I FEW THINK OF US CAN YOU AFFORD TO BE WITHOUT IT IN YOUR HOSE. knowing her as well and favorably do, I feel safe in saying anything she may have gotten up along the line of housekeeping is deserving of success and I heaitily lceommeud her new book '"(The Model House keeper' to the public Honing the success of same may be in proportion to my interest in the as I author. GOV. JAMES P.. McCRKARY. Health Unppiness Wisdom 1 11 1 'The Model Housekeeper' is i u f o i ma ti n n vn ! t j ab! o Daily ihc will .save you hundred-o- f dollars So say many who have tried Charles E. 'Smith's New llook, Model Housekeeper." Gemco Harness v "The Kind That's Guaranteed." Get a Set and save repair bills. . Prices from $12.50 toS25.5 7 East Broad way E. A. LOWRY Don't buy a car until you have investigated the Buick line. We have cars ranging in price from $8.50 to 1S.00, nothing quite as good at the price. Ask anyone who owns one. We carry in stock a full line o.f Tires and Tubes and all kinds of Auto supplies. Our prices are right, give us a trial. WINCHESTER GARAGE E. Beatlhana L KING 21 Proprietor. East Tcnn.244 value the "Model Housekeeper" very highly. It Iras been the rrcal-e.- -t I consider assistance to ac and I heartily "The Model House l'cvi'ommcnd it to all housekeeprs. keeper'' a gicat boon to every home- MIIS. V.'. K. SPIIAU. keepcr. It is a very attractive book. Husband, Ranker. filled from cover to cover witii prac tical anil useful information. 'The Model Housekeeper ' has MRS. 0. W. SHEPHERD. E been of untold worth to me in my duHusband Pastor 'Central Hapti- -t ties here. I find a jrreat many usechurch. ful help-- ; in eaeh department and deNo one should put off another day partment on 'Ine)arin;; food for securing this greatest of all housesick" is superior to any I have found It should be an hold necessities. elsewhere. addition to theirousse:iu MISS 3IARTIIA WHITE. Superintendent Dr. Piiee.s Hos- of every biide. To begin home keeping by these rules will make her the pital, Philadelphia, Pa. prido and envy of all who know her. IPJTTSBURG LEADER. in'T.!ie Model irousekccpci" is deed a splendid production and not a While I feel sure every department day passes that I do not find use for some of its valuable departments. I in "The Model Housekeeper' is pera:n anxious for all my friends to fect, I want to tell especially of the k'jiow what a 'boon this book is to wonderful benefit I have already rein Qvery housekeeper and am always ceived from a simple receipt For so jilavl to send them my ibook to look Homo Remedy Department. over believing that after leading its months I was ihoused up with rheumany valuable suggestions they will matism, and lost 40 pounds of flesh. not "hesitate to buy. It deserves and After taking the cure three days I no doubt will be the iiou&chold .book threw away my cratches and was well in 21 days. of the future. EDWARD SMYTH. MRS. J. M. HODSKIX. 1 the woman's friend. Knowing wonderful adaptation to the con it's veniences and eomfoits of Hie home I would advise all who can conven iently do so, to secure one as soon is possible. . MRS. GREEN GARRETT. Husband, Railroad Commissioner. a ward fir aaah have ever seen. The leeeipts" and Mtfa, . t f: suggestions are reliable, economical IBs a ward Scattered tonrUm; and modern altogether I think it i 'f ' btMTtiM. indispensable in any well regulated home. The Toilet and Home De- tfsthlaf Inserted fir tan Has an market. data, JUtMfii eaaryd at.kaafcr. partments are worth many times the JACKSON TIMES. far law tkaa IS price, and I am sure all who have I am really very proul to call you an opportunity to purchase "The will wonder ' cousin and feel you are deserving of Model Housekeqier' TRACY AND STOKELY good things tilian I can possibly how they ever kept home without V moio say about you for getting up a Look this wonderful adjunct. A BARGAIN. MRS. WILLIAM R. LANE. that is now and will be for all fuHusband, National Life Ins. Co. ture time, such a benefit to mankind. If sold at once; house of 4 rooms; Nothing could induce me to part with Upon the name of famous authors lot 50x150; cistern gas, outbuildings, my "Model Housekeeper. must be added. Winristcr's own rents at $10 per month; here is a MRS. MORRISON BRECKINRIDGE Mis. 'Elizaibeth W. Smith, the author chance Jo net 10 per cent on your Husband, .Attorney at Law, Danof "Model Housekeeper.' After investment. ville, Ky. Office in McEldowney Building thoroughly examining the book we BOTH PHONES find it's adaptations to the houseI have purchased and examined keepers' needs so wonderful that one one nf Mrs. Elizabeth W. Smith's did without j LOST A string of black jet beads, wonders how they-eve- r new books "The Model Housekeeper' it. between Galloway and Methodist and find it very comprehensive in WINCHESTER DEMOCRAT. church. Reward for return to contents and especially plain in Mrs. F. R. Gordon. The receipts have been T prepared an elaborate menu fur gleaned fiom the best housekeeprs in a six o'clock dinner fiom the peer- FOR RENT A new modern built Section the famous Bluegrass of less receipts in your "Model Househouse centrally located; possesKentucky. The beginner away from sion middle of March. Apply to keeper," and was perfectly overhomo not able to ask mother what whelmed Robbins at News office. with compliments. My de.ii to do will find "Tine Model Housecousin I always felt there was someFOR RENT Four or five rooms, gas keeper" full of good, practical and thing out of the ordinary in your and cistern. Home phone CO or useful suggestions. made up and now I know it. I have, MRS". N. HOLLY WITIIERSPOON, apply at No. 11(5 North Highland. given as a bridal present "The ModHusband President ' Winchester el Housekeeper'' to some of my young Bank. to WANTED Young men wanting a friends and they don't that they have gotten r.iore real musical education aS very little With infinite pleasure, I commend value out of it than any other prescost should join Modern Woodmen to an intelligent public the splendidly ent they received. of America Band and Orchestra. prepared household book of Mrs. MRS. J. R. DAVIS, For particulars apply Geo. H. Chas. E. Smith. Being the work of Campbellsville. Ky. Mackie, director, at Barnes' Groone whose superior education and Husband Dry Goods Merchant. cery or Dr. E. R. Bush, president, general information has made it Fraternity Building. more than a mere homekcepers' book, Could furnish any number of othfmt deserves .1 place of honor, in ev- ers equally good as these as they FOR SALE The Big Run Coal, ti ery refined home as the various sub- are coming in daily, Ibut think this is best on the market; yards on West Broadway. Clark County Conjects upon which it treats cannot he enough to convince the most .skeptic found elsewhere. struction Company. as to the value of "Model HouseMRS. JOHN GRAHAM: JOHNS. keeper." Now is the time to secure FOR SALE 1 00 extra nice Rhode Husband, retired capitalist. agencies before best" territoiy i Island Red pullets and cockrels. spoken foY. Fine work for college Home phone 813-Finest book I ever satr. No mat- students, when at leisure. Those ter what may bo the nature of our who have agencies are meeting with needs we never fail to find it in "The fine success. or Big commission Insure in Model Housekeeper." It is surpris- salary. STROTHER'S ing to see ihow much my older chilMRS. C. E. SMITH. dren enjoy looking over it. Money OLD could not buy it now that I am used TOM COWAN BACK. to its indispensable helps. INSURANCE ASD Tom Cowan, the popular barber, is FIRE MRS. HERBERT SCRIVENER. REAL ESTATE AGENCY back at his stand in the McEldowney Husband, Dry Goods Merchant. Mffic Fraternity BMc, Mnm Ml Bailding and is now ready to serve Model his old friends and customers wfceie Since purchasing "Tl:o I have tried a great you will always get prompt and first J. M. STEVENSON many of its useful helps and sugges- class service. Attorney-atLat- f tions and even- - one of them has givWinchester. Ky. 60 S. Main St. en entire satisfaction and I have no doubt all the others are just as good. iQnc of the nice tilings about a gieat I!W. I HPT E. E. LOOMS number of th'era is tho cheapness Auctioneer . t. d. cor with which so many nice things can 1st. Catkltr McEldowney laiMing, he had. And I nave no hesitancy in 'being surecommending this book as Winchester, Ky. perior to any I have ever had. MRS. GEORGE GREEN. PENDLETON, BUSH 4 BUSH Husband, Gas Manager. Jit pr 3j fit Ct -tf 11-28- -tf A. -tf RELIABLE Ilou.-ckecpe- r" Clark County National BANb ftccounti bI Msrcliairts, Altorneys-at-La- w Couldn't run my little bungalow without the valuable assistance of "Model "Housekeeper." Nothing like it's useful knowledge to lessen worry, woik and expenses. MRS. DR. CARL GRANT. Winchester, Ky. "We may live without friends, we may live without .books, but civilized man cannot live without cooks." That these cooks may be thoroughly equipped we most heartily recommend "The Model Housekeeper," a anost valuable book filled not only with hundreds of leeeipts tried and true, but nlso contains aids and suggestions fitted to all phases of housekeeping. No house wife will make a mistake in purchasing this book for each receipt and hint has been .tested and found perfect, I hesitate to say nothing which will prove con vincing, as I speak after having examined and tested the contents. MRS. W. H. STROSSMAN. Husband, Real Estate, Winchester, Ky. 5th Floor McEldowney Building Winchester, Farmers Ky. ( ( art CtilKtM: Hobm Traders StQcllad r&MlTM. Office ! Mrie so Ail Points. DR. M. L. MYERS, DENTIST. Flftt Floor JfcIMewMy lleir fleUA Capital and Surplus WINCHESTER, KY. $350,000.00 4 WkiYnr BkisLaH 'At all dealers --- mnaKWlMnat aauaiivs&.vrosr THIS WAY FOR! Fresh and Cured Meats. Country Produce, nice eating and cooking apples and Fresh Oysters. Your patronage solicited. Ka BUfTALe.N.V. ... M. SIM milmhbn cm. Price 50c -- RmMgla "MORE THAN WIT- - OWNK - Terms Cash H. I i Read The News Mrs. C. E. Smith, well known ir tifv .to the merits of "The, Model unhesitatingly Mrs. Charles E. Smith was rniy Kentucky socioT circles, has just re- 'nonsekceper." I say nearest neighbor for many years and ceived from publishers a book "'The it is the best book for the home I Husband, Banker ,It gives me great pleasure to te?T L GILBERT S HiM6 PfcaiM 37 CO. MEAL! MEAL!! MEAL!!! .. When in need of any steal .don t forget that ire hare the old fashion water mill stones and do enstoa frindin?. T. M. Domirran, opposite David Gay's warehouse, on corner -- ss.2-l-l rRivh avenue.