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LAST EDITION ..VOLUME 7; No. 105. , THE WINCHESTER NEWS WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1912 lion will be given' to interesting the women of Kentucky in the improve-jmeof home conditions especially in nt WEATHER nesday nifht er Thursday, by fair caWer temperatire. 2 CENTS A COPY; fNwd ... II CENTS A WEEK FAMOUS PEACE taken by him because I positively t'j'd him I intended to beat him if I could. If, however, this charge were true, Mr. Cantrill would resemble Congress. TICKETS ON SALE FOR rebuking sin, for in making Chicago. Feb. 21. Alexander II. Mr. Schoberth says that what he Satan the race two years ago he violated SKOVGAARD PERFORMANCE. Revell. chairman of the National icaly said to Mr. Cantrill was in no mo- -t unequivocal and sacred Roosevelt Committee, Tuesday night ensc a pledge to stay out of the race his ten-yeTickets are en sale at Strode'-- ; said pledge given in writing to 'Mr. Clause that he had received a letter md demands- - the publication of ev mnsi-cal- e Drug 'Store for Skovgaard'-M. Thomas. As Mr. Cantrill so truly from General John C. Black, presi ery line he has written to Mr. Canto be given, in the drawing room will throw down dent of the Federai Civil Commission trill, declaring at the some time that says, 'the man who of Miss Mary Belle Fieid Miller's taring that the alleged political ac his friends is not worthy of a pub'i" lie public will know how to take Mr. Admission. residence, in this city. his .?3.25. tivity of government employes m Cantrill's failure to publish the let- - trust; the man who will deceive bnrned. 75 cents. friendfi wil Idceeivc the peopel." light Lambs Good to choice Kentucky and other Southern States, ens he says ho has from the wood- The court further says that it has MISSOURI DELEGATES Those Letters Cantrill Has .. butchers steady; all other grades was being investigated by the com- ford legislator. repeatedly held that the Burley Sodull and lower; extra $6.65(36.75, mission. Mr. Revell said the com"Mr. Cantrill says ho has letters. ciety is not operated in violation of Mr. Schoberth's Reply FOR CLARK SELECTED good, to choice $66.60, common to R. T. G. I demand the publication of every law so long as it does not attempt plaints were filed by him. Mr. Schoberth's answer to Mr. fair $3.505.75, culls $3.233.73. The complaints filed by Revell Cantiill follows: one Mr. Cantrill has received from o raise the price of leaf tobacco Ru;e" Cry of Candidate For were directed at numerous ieuerai To the Democrats of the Seventh me. and that the original copies be above the real value. The court says "Gag to Affect Governorship Fails RUCKERVILLE IS LAID TO officials, postmasters and minor emlodged with some reputable news- t'hat it has been unable to find any District: Slated Program. Mrs. Miller Bradley has been very es to do authority which provides that the ployes in a number of Southern "The Courier-Journof Monday paper. If he fails or refu-ill the past week with la grippe. States, who were reported as active contains a card from Mr. J. Camp- - this the public will know well what property of a trust could be negli Joplin. Mo., Feb. 21. After an all Mr. Mike Raker is very ill with in the campaign for the nomination to think. fell Cantrill attacking me in the most Conducted Ceremonies gently destroyed without redress. Impressive of President Taft. Compalints also .ibusive manner. He charges that I "I never stated to Mr. Can trill that convention, caused by the effort of ( id John B R.,;ney andMii,-- s at Crave Tuesday Morning by Eld. were filed by Leslie Comb, of Lex- im an ingratc, that I broke my word Hon. W. O. Davis and The Woodford MRS. GEORGIA WRIGHT IS A! Ball, of Bowling Green, a countys two of c,arf. trude ington, Ky., and W. J. Perry, of o him, that I will not support him if Sun's editors had been my bitter J. W. Harding. -' . rn.irrli.il .-STILL IN SERIOUS CONDITION candidate for the gueibrnatorial nom- nuivuj jvuuj, ,vuj'.tj " a Frankfort, Ky. le is nominated, that I have confem- - enemies in the Speakership race au ination, to oppose the slate agreed Wednesday, February 4, by Eld. J. In Black's letter to Revell it was tibly tucked to and am the tool of that they had helped in my defeat. Funeral services over the remains Lexington, Ky., Feb. 21 Mrs. on by party leaders, the Democratic W. Harding at his residence. The are my All three of thee T. G. Bush were held at stated that the Civil Service those who defeated me in the SpeakotlMr. wno was State Convention late Tuesday elect- bride is the oldest daughter of Mr. ueorc-vtngiii, oi will be unable to reach many the grave in the Winchester cemetery ership' race, and that he has letters lifelong personal friends. More than stricken on the streets of Lexington ed eight delegates at lairge to the Hlubert Gragg, and the Tuesday morning, by Eld. J. W. federal officials, who are said to be from me which, if published, would this, Mr. Davis was my constant ad- Mondr.v morning with apolexy and Baltimore convention, each with half and Crs. groom is the oldest son Mr. and Mrs. politically active, because they arc place men in viser in that fight. Later, when the Harding. The following were the a bad light. I Hospital, a vote. was taken to St. Louis Rainey. We wish them many pallbearers: Messrs. J. A. Couehman. outside its jurisdiction. This applies "Each and every allegation made district committeo met, Mr. Davis was said to be still in a critical co - J Ball's fight to stop what he termed happv and prosporoM years. to revenue collectors and such post- bv 'Mr. Cantrill Waller Quiscmberry, S. E. Bowen, is absolutely false. appeared before that honorable body. lition early Tuesday morning. He "gag rule and Cannonism," was nn-- , steve short wcnt to Estill masters and other officials as arc Wm. Bush, Geo. W. Moore and Wm. "In my race for t'le Speakership I is the Woodford county member entire left ide is paralyzed. ,uccessful and the prearranged pro-- . connty ri(lay bu3;nes3. appointed by the .President. Hun- received the Lowery. suppoi t of the gentle- thereof, stated I was a prospective or, gram went through. The make-u- p dred of minor employes, however. man from Scott county, who is Mr. candidate and asked that the date Mr. Bush died Sunday afternoon the delegation at large follows: TRINITY MISSION are under the jurisdiction of the Cant rill's friend, and, as I believe. of the primary be fixed at u time at the age of 7G years. He had United States Senator William J i There will be Sunday School at severely with pneumonia for commission. my friend. I appreciated this as 1 when I could make the race without Stone, United States Senator James Trinity Mission Sunday afternoon at FOR POOL HERE MONDAY several weeks past. lppreciatcd all the support I re neglecting my duties a,s the Rcprc- A. Reed, former Governor A. M.- o'clock. POST OFFICE NOTICE 'A great deal of regret was felt at entativc of Woodford county in the ceived. Mr. Cantrill wrote to mc of Docker', of Gallatin, Lon M. Stc- his passing away, us he a wiueh fering his support. In reply to his Lower House of Kentucky's General St. Louis, and David R. Contract of pheivs Thm-da- y, Boosters of Ten-Ye- ar 22. 1912. iFcbruary known and generally esteemed. A letters I thanked him and told lnm Assembly. His every appeal in this TOO LATE TO CUSSVY Francis, of St. Louis, William T. will be obTh3 Burley Tobacco Society Will Kemper, of Kansas City, Gilbert iS. particular was mot with the vigorous I would be glad to receive it. bost of friends extend sympathy to Washington's birthday, -- erved as a legal holiday at the the bereaved relatives. "Not a line was written by me opposition of Mr. Cantrill. Banbar, of Joplin, and Judge Virgil Get Busy Next Week. THE LYRIC. Postoffiee. There will be one deliv- which would make it improper for Grave Charge Not Met Hnle, of St. Louis. ery and a collection from all boxc7 mc, as an honorable gentleman, to The delegation was instructed to Le.;ington, Ky., Feb. 21 The "If there is any man in the Ash Pathe Weekly. (iPatheO by city carriers. The general deliv oppose Mr. Cantrill for the Demo land district who knows Mr. Cnntrill whiilwind campaign of the Burley vote for Champ Clarke for President STATE E An Island Comedy. (Edison.) ery window will be open from 0:30 cratic nomination for Congress. personally, and who knows mc per- 1'obrcco Society in the interest of on every ballot tafcen before the BalCross of Pearls. (Lubin.) a. in. to 10:30 a. m. and from 1:30 Nothing was done in my race by Mr. pool, according to an timore convention. who prefers his word to t'hc ten-yesonally, Matinee everyday, 2:30 and 3:30. carriers m. to INSTITUTE .will be on2:30 p.atin. Rural to de- Cantrill, which laid upon mo the ob- mine, I would not care to change nouncement by officials at headquar Edward F. Goltra, of St. Louis, Cinderella next 'Monday. some hours duty ligation not to appose him, as he adby acclamation as that man, or to try for his support. ters here Tuesday, will be presccut- - was liver mail to patrons who call for mitted to mc in iexson some days district cfi with vij'ir from now until 'Mar. i National Committeeman from Mis- FOR SALE An especial bargain in "The Democrats of this same. The relabefore ray announcement. souri. In a speech accepting the a house and lot and stable comthe date cf don't care who favored or fought SpteRdid Program Has Been Prejoin; g. white, tions 'between Mr. Cantrill and my me in the race for Speakcn-ltiparatively new. Plastered walls, It f tlii week mere will nomination Mr. Goltra pledged his S.i'.unb..' Postmaster. pared For Meeting at Frankfort, self have never been more than is inconserjueistial matter to them it 10 foot ceilings: suburbs; only meetings in Ixingtoi, ut. Me -- alcgiancc to Clark's candidacy. courteous polite end formal. Comparatively new house, 1 $700. and ni-- -. )nr.rfs.y and i;' in answer to Mr. Cautrill's letter, Including Famous Lecturers. built three years, 5 rooms, good Assured Charges Were Untrue i'i supwiil .mii. , in o'.vrs thanked him for bis proffered MACON TO BE I "When he defeated Hon. Claude port. The sole isuc Is which of ns tenant occupying it now, rents at To The Fanners cf Kentucky: ElNTS i:.:ee!.l. H vied, M. Thomas for the nomination two will most truly represeut them in i!!iaa:i and 'Vm aesier. $10 per month. Price $1100. Thij You are hereby notified that the i "t paying about 11 per cent. vears ago, npon in nur.irro .iiu At is !:iy:it county "'..:. State Farmers' Institute as provided CITY BEAUTIFUL the "rave charges under which he "o;:grcto. Two story frame house seven '.Mi le held it I p, einrl law is called to assemble at for by OF POTATOES "In the primary two years ago iK whi't rooms, well located suburbs, stable rested were untrue and would be grave and serious charges were made iSutuj'day afternoon at the cow February 27, 28 and 20. . Frankfort, ci- unmvn SO in ue. 1 US'.-- cicii poultry house. Price $1800. All delegates will be duly notified He very house, Senator W. A. Biyvn, of against Mr. Cantiill. Government Sends Big Shipment of house, 2 acres of office but this notice onal endeavor to bring out the larg plausibly secured a Brooksville, Mr. C. C. Patrick and Are Expected to Arrive in New York through this of Hardy And Early Blooming Flow ground, stable outbuildings, sub-nib-s. public in order that all est Democratic vote I could for him judgment in order that he might have Mi. Charles II. Berryman wiil speak. to. the Soon, Bringing Total Receipts Up ers, Which Are Being Distributed. House nicely painted, gas, Mr. Berryman will also speak at as the Democratic nominee in the time to prove them untrue. Nearly farmers, irrespective of whether del to a Million Sacks. cordially invited election in my county where Mr. J. D. water. $3730. Monday. egates or not are Olacon, Ga., Fib. 21. The city of reirnlar two years have gone and yot Mr. Cynthiana House of eight room?, gas waNew York, Feb. 21. Six large and-wi- ll Mt. Steiling Sat-uidthe privileges of Macon will resemble a veritable flow hp was very wcaic. be Cantrill has never sought to exoner Clark will speak at in fact urged to be er garden when the reunion takes ter: centrally located, in business afternoon, after the sale at consignments of potatces are exuppoc that ate himself of these charges either the floor an1 are "I, therefore, did not district. $2000. Lot is probably present at this meeting, as it is un- j dace in May next, if the jdanis of the when 1 was making the race for the before the party authorities or in a the opening of the Burley Society's. pected to arrive in Xew York from Commissioner, the Citv eBauiiful Committee are carried Speakership I was irretrievably comworth the money. When rented warehouse there. Mr. abroad during the next two day.- -, derstood by your court of justice. This is the main new loose leaf Soeiet briuging the total receipts for the pay 12 per cent. law does not contemplate that just out with the work of the Ladies Aux mitting myself to Mr. Cantiill's can- and issue. He is still John W. Hall, of the Burley each county should iliary. The city is laid out in dis didacy for Congress, simply because Lexington, will super-ris- e season up to a million sacks. The ALSO FOR RENT Nice new cotone person from resting under these charges and he office force in tage of 7 rooms; ga3 for lighting, the sale at Mt. Sterling, which duty on the entire quantity will foot attend this meeting, b'ut that all per- tricts and a lady appointed for I did not refuse the support of my must meet them I do not propose heating: bath, well located. Price County Chair- up" to nearly $700,000. in the development of each, whose duties shall be. to see colleague from Scott who residi-- in will be conducted by sons interested to permit him to escape them. only $13 per month. Imports will decrease from now on. the agricultural resources of the that her district is as beautiful as f!m came Congressional, Senatorir man Asa Bean and others ill the A. SOIIOBERTII." "II. Nice cottage of C rooms on Colto attend should be it can be made. The ladies are also and Judicial district as myself. are both as German' and France state wbo desire Montgomery capital. lege street; lighted by gas; large buying heavily in Ireland and Engand the invi- making a report of all places that given the opportunity Senator Bryon at Winchester "In conversation with Mr. Can- WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY Only $15 per garden; stable. tation to come to this meeting. Senator Byron will be heard at land. This is the first year that need the attention of the city Gov- - trill just after my defeat for SpeakBE OBSERVED Winchester Monday. Vice President America has gone abroad for potamonth. to TO Women are 'especially invited and ( ernmeut in getting the city in perfect er I said that I did not expect k A large number of farms for Fenbuson on the same day will con- toes since 1908. February 28 will be in great meas sanitary condition. Mr. Cecil Mor- - make the race for Congress in the growers sale varying in size3 form 30 acres Versailles. In the United States There will be no sessions at Ken- duct the mas meeting at ure,- "Ladies' Day." Some of the gan has received from the United 16th o March primary. Later, howbushels of to 1000 acres; in prices from raise aboul seventy-fiv- e feest lectmjsrs on "Household Eco States Government a big iiipment ever, something like two n: thiec tucky Wcsleyan College and the Win (President LeBus will be in charge Saturday pata'toes to the acre, while in Eng$2,000 to $30,000. names" "Home Improvement" and ( of hardy and early blooming flower ago, ii; a conversation with him in chester Public Schools on Thursday, the 'meeting at Owcnton JOHN M. WHEELER, crops run from "Weteers Plaejn Agriculture ' have seed, and these are being distribut- - Frankfort, in response to a iui?tio:t the occasion being the fctrth anni- - and tue one at Flemingsfourg Monday land and Ireland the Home phone 668. the acre. "Meetings will be lield in .every 200 to 233 bushels to by li:ic, I explained my aititade in versary of George Washington. beea securegMMl. particular at ten- - , ell to those "who 'will plant same. Cn.n-triar the rural districts. Low railroad rate are expected. WORKER HER E A good program has been provided Defeated Candidate for Speaker for this Institute. 'The General AsBrands Charges of the Congress The State sembly is ii session. Mr. Hamilton Holt To Deliver an Adinteresting and it Capitol is man Against Him as "Unqualifiedress on "The Federation of the is hoped that this meeting will be the largest gathering of farmers ever dly False." WwW." held in the (borders of the state. Frankfort, Ky., Feb, 21. BrandAny information desired further Mr. Hamilton Holt will deliver a will be ehecrfully given by address- ing as absolutely false every allefree lecture in. the chapel of Kengation made in the statement of J. tucky Wesleyan Colegc on Wednes- ing, Camphell Cantrill, published in The W. NEWMAN, J. day evening. The subject will Ibc Monday, so far as it Agriculture Courier-Journof Commissioner "The Federation of the World." e related to himself, Ky. It is pecularily filling that on the Fraukfoit, Harry A. Schobcrth, of Woodford eve of the birth anniversary of county Tuesday night made public George Washington, America's great!L a statement addressed to the Demoest advocate of peace, that such a crats of the Seventh Congicssiona! lecture by such a famous peace IS AFTER KENTUCKIANS District, in which Mr. Schobcrth de worker as Mr. Holt should be delivclares that ihcre was net a line in ered here. anything he has written to Mr. ll A large crowd will doubtless be Complaints of Activity of Office that would make it improper for Holders Filed With Commission by present. him now to become a candidate for Ccmbs And Perry. al ANSWER TO CANTRILL I Rcpre-entativ- this repaid, and told Mr. Cantrill T t notild he a candidate in the district led me to believe I could defeat him for the nomination. "M-"- . Cantrill stated that r was clearly within my rights in si dsin.y-aiid we parted with the district understanding that I wanted to make the race, if I felt assured of suedes-- . have come to that conclusion, am an announced candidate, and have already received sufficient nssunnec to give me absolute confidence of my success. Mr. Cant rill's card has a ring which suggests that he agir.es with nie in that eonculsion, and is unquestionably the cry of a demagogue and the wail of one who sees defeat in the handwriting on the , 1 RAILROAD MUST PAY BURLEY wall. What He Said No Pledge "What I said was m no scif-- a pledge and could not have been so LOSS BY RRE to sign the Cincinnati, Feb. 20 Cattle Quiet pooling pledge. President LeBus Tuesday sent out and easy at yesterday's closing prithe following official letter to county ces; shippers $3.506.75, choice to Court of Appeals Decides That L. & chairmen announcing the final extra $6.8o7; butcher steers, extra ?G.106.50. good to choice $5.25 N. Must "Ante" For $40,000 Dam- "round-up- " meeting. 0, common to fair $4.25b', heifers, Letter to County Chairmen. age at Millersburg. . . "Dear Sir We think it very im- extra .$4.00o, good to choice $4.50 3.33, common to fair $34.2o, Fraukfort, Ky., Fib. 21. The portant that each county chairman cows, extra .f4.G05, good to choice Burley Tobacco Society won a vic advertise a mass meeting of tobac- tor' in the Court of Appeals Tues- - j growers to be held in his county $44."0, common to fair $1.75 uay wlien r.ic court upheld the Bour- on Thursday, February 29, being the $3.7o, canners ifl.502.75; bulls, bon Circuit Court in awarding the last day of Fcbruaiy, for the pur- steady and quiet; bolognas $4,23 $4.85, extra $4.903, fat bulls society damages against the pose of securing as many signatures L. & N. Railroad for the destruc- as possible to the pooling $4.754.85, extra $4.905, fat bulls' $4.753.25; milch cows easy tion by fire of two warehouses lo- contact. and slow. cated at Millersburg, Ky. The fire "Monday at Georgetown, Calves Active and strong and was the result of sparks thrown from Nieholasville and Mt. 25c higher: extr. $8.75. .fair to good a passing engine and 332 hogsheads, Steiling, they signed at court day common and large $3.30 of tobacco were destroyed. meetings a total acreage of about $78.50, 7.75. The warehouses wore under the 9,000, which was certainly very Hogs Slow and generally 5c lowcontrol of the Builcy Tobacco Socie- gratifying. er; selected heavq shippers and ty and the Bourbon County Board of "We have several meetings adverbutchers $6.356.40, good to choice Control. The railroad company con- tised for next Saturday and the fol- packers and butchers $356.40. tended the suit on the grounds that lowing Monday, and then by having mired packers $6.25(a 6.35, stags $3 the society was an illegal trust or meetings in each county on February 5.25. common to choice heavy fat combine and without authority of 29, what might be called a "roundsows $4.255.75. extra $5.805.85. law to prosecute the suit. The up'' meeting, we have every reason light stoppers $5.706.20; pigs (110 court here holds that the action was to believe that the pool will lbs. and less) $4.255.65. perfect in. the Burley Society and prove a great success. Yours truly, Sheep Steady; extra $3.656.75. the Bourbon Board of Control and it "BURLEY TOBACCO SOOF.TY, good to choice $3.253.60, common was immaterial whose particular "CLARENCE LEBUS, President." to fair $1.253, yearlings $4.23 crops .went to make np the tobacco ten-year county in the Burley district next Thursday, February 29, at which the last appeal will be made to growers MARKETS ten-ye- ar Law-renccbu- rg, MR. UH J al Ger-Dav- i- Com-nisisi- a Jo.-pe- i- suf-fcrr- cd -- - S ar c?o--v- p. ij s i- Nil oc.-orde- av s -lt - 43l 4Vft -- 1 r-.-V l. ..,tHEWIWCH$TK HEWS. THE WIMCHESTIR : " NEWS NO CAUSE KT DOUBT Mice. in-I- ll Srath Main Street, A Statement of Facts Backed By a , T". PUBLIC" RENTING! OF LAND and CAM ' SICK, FOR A SOUR -Winchester Opera' House STOMACH aeaeBBBBeBBaBBaaBMMejiaeBBBBBMaiaeBBa Sale ef Stock and Farming IRfplenentSi not rented privately before day. of sale, I will on 'February 27 offer for rent publicly to the highest bidder my farm of 63 acres, five and a half miles from Winchester on the Iron Works pike. Also at the same time and place, I will offer for sale : 1 mare 4 years old, gentle to drive. 1 black mare, 8 years old, extra fine. 1 Holstein cow, fresh March .10. 1 heifer, high grade, fresh May 17. 1 registered. Jersey cow, giving milk. 1. Jersey cow, calf by side. 2 Red Duroc Jersey brood sows, due to farrow in April. 5 shoats, weight about 40 lbs. 13 head of sheep, extra good, now lambing. wagon. 1 1 Deering mower. 1 corn planter. 1 breaking plow. 1 double shovel plow. , cultivators. 2 1 iron kettle, 50 gallons. 1 hog box. 2 vices. 2 hand corn planters. 1 grubbing hoc. 1 digger and shovel. two-horse two-horse one-horse riliesttr.Kwtcky. strong Guarantee. ONE NIQHT ONLY FRIDAY, FEB We guarantee immediate aihl pos Dally, Except Sunday. itive relief to all sufferers from con- "Eatered as second-clas- s matter, stipation. In every case wheie our Xtrember 28, 1908, at the postoffice re:neiiy fa-,i- s t0 do this we will letum . a- -- Mf 1 niacncsier, i3racy, nnaer me trJC m9n.,y paid us for it. That's a aaUrf Marck 3, 1879." we statement 01 ' ft If Gent!y But Thoroughly Cleanse And Regulate Your Stomach, Liver Ann Bowels While You Sleep of That awful sourness, acid and foul gases, that pain in the pit of the stomach, the heartburn, nervousness, nausea, bloating aftet bek-hin-f 23, 1912 The Show that Never GrowsOld. In 1911 every fifth car sold was.a Ford. In 1912 every third car manufactured will be a Ford. What does it look like for 1913 ? n THE FAMOUS A PAIR COUNTRY KIDS BARROW Both Phffe I iranK tacts, and want you to substantiate thexxf at our 4 IND.'AN FIELDS, KY. & ri.k. S ? f ft I ft I I 9 . Kexall Orderlies are eaten just SUISCRIPTIOIf RATES: (lik3 candy, arexpartciularly prompt ami agreeable in action, may be tak lyMalL en at any time, day do not .Dairy, oae year $3.00 cause diarrhoea nausea, griping, ex- Six Months 1.50 looseness, or other nndesira- Oae Month 25 cessve , . V fT' .'11 1 1010 cucs.iney ave a cry un.a wu ,vPayaMe in Advance. positive action upon tne organs witn which they come in contact", apparMVERTItlM ' RATES ently acting as a regulative tonic upon the relaxed muscular coat of the aay afitioa f M bowel, thus overcoming weakness, 0 and aiding to restore the bowels to witkii oat aaak. . LOO Dm weak, contiaBouriy more vigorous and healthy nativity. Om Taadar mo eoatiamoailjr- - 3.00 Eexall Orderlies tfice unsuipassable: . . . 2.40 and ideal for-tli- c 1W wMks, 4 tiaM a use of children, old Pear weeks, tarn tum M week. 1.80 folks and delicate persons. "'e can--nTwsx weeks, two time a week. . L20 too liighly rceonimend them to all sufferers from any form of conweeks, one tiBM a week. . - .75 stipation and its attendant evils. Tou BcaiaeM notices, bod) ype. Thai's why we back our faith in' Paw i- -, 15o them witti our promit of money hack aim Vane eoatmaoas insertions of same if they do not give entire- satisfacJUai at oMe the oat-tin- e rate. tion. Tluce sizes: 12 tablets 10' 3 pitch forks. cents, 30 tablets 23 cents and 80 tabCUnHM , Par Wara: fent? stretchers. 8m fcMro, anyveditioa . . lc lets 50 cent.. Remember, you can 1 pair of wire Winelicf-te- r wagon harness. 2 sets of fkree iasertieas eoatbraeasly 2o obtain Rcxall Remedies in 1 set of buggy harness. Rexall only at our store--Tli- c skree additional insertions. c 1 cider milL eonUHuoaaly. .10o Store. Phillips Drug' Store, 5C S. bio., 1 scoop shovel. Tetktag aesnted less than 19 words. iMnin Street. 1 patent digger. Mo item charge ea hooka for While there is a calm, prepare for 1 pair of hand stilyards. Sees tkaa U eeato. About 75 rods of poultry fence. a storm. Get a load of that famous 3 black bronze turkey hens and' Yellow Jacket Coal before the next AQVfcfTJSlNG BY'THf torn. cold spell. 7 pure bred Pekin ducks. J. RvMartin Coal & Supply Co. 6 Ebden geese. GrNCRAL CFFICES-NZ1 pair White Pearl guineas. YORK AND CHICAGO 8 RANCHES. IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES 1 dozen White Leghorn hens. THIRTY-SI- X YEARS AGO , 1 dozen B. P. Rock hens. (From Winchester iSun)'w 1 carpenters' bench. DR. AKED'S TROUSERS. City School opened with 107 in atI anvil. The reverend Dr. Aked, not long tendance; High School CO; Select, 1 buggy. About 50 well made chicken coops. imported from England by !Mr. Rock School 33. Other things too numerous to men efeller, and since removed to San "About Co persons' went on the tion. Terms made known on day ot Francisco, has gone through a faying sale. experience. During the quiet hours Kansas or bust excursion." Sale starts at ten o'clock a. m. of the night, when oblivion scrattreth Winchester defeated Pilot View G KISSINGER. her poppies, an enemy ame gleaning ball club by a score of 18'to 4. H. R. Watts, auctioneer. in the vineyard, so to speak. Like ., hi- the good bishop of Hugo's story, Mr. Ben Jouett and Mrs. Sallic Brother Aked put not his trust in Will,? are to be married. BUGGIES! BUGGIES. BUGGIES! bolts and bare. Unlike the bishop, ; 1 1 eating, feeling of fullness, dizziness and siek headache, means indigestion; a disordered stomach, which cannot be regulated until you remove the cause. It isn't j'our stomach's fanlfc. Your istomach is as good -- T A Comedy Drama in 4 Acts Special Scenery Singing and Dancing Specialties are now located in our new quarters on WE Main Street, Oliver's old place recentlyNorth occupied by Powell & Hughes and are better prepared than ever to furnish Coal, Lime, Sand, Sewer Pipe, Laths, Plaster, Cement and Salt. as any. Try Cascarets; they cure indiges- tn(. ot edi... ..7o tion, because they immediately cleanse and regulate the stomach, remove tho sour, undigested and fermenting food and foul gases; take the excess bile from the liver and carry off theuqeomposed waste mat-thand poisoif from the intestines and bowels. Then your stomach trouble is ended forcvor.. A Cascar-e- t tonight will straighten you out by morning a box from any drug store will keep your entire family feeling good for months.. Don't forget the children their little inside? need a good, gentle cleansing, er 10-ce- nt A Big Fun Night with Your Old Friends ROYSE Si, PHONE 283 BOONE if "HI andTRIXlE" THE KIDS POPULAR PRICES lOLEYS. FOS 35c and 50c GALLERY 25c COMPOUND ALL mm GHOWr! C3JiS AND FOR CHILDREN JHO PERSONS C0I3S - ;L It BAKFT0S BID. S too. - . rroMta CD. GOFf 1 I 1UIT1X Most effocti.3 wltli Group act! FURS! FURS!! FURSUI Will pay yon the Highest Cash Prices for your Furs. J. W. HISEL Bridge Junk Shop. No. 23 North Maple st East Tennessee Phone 215, Honn Pnone 596. Plow Gear of all kinds. Let us fit you out for your spring plowing. Come down and see us Courtday. J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. Canhla Foley's Honey ANoTARCOMPOiftiDis quick and reliable. It stops thecough by promptly healing the cause. .i x Utiaiii no opiaics. T muispcnsaiuic in a family where there are children. 1 t--t m.H - v,J . o.;nTci Am. Cublti I Oark County National BANk tahn. carta nut r- - en aca CDMPN p I tuiarnanHtt um ?r sits C'-- I lit-I t a 14 far Cf-th Vanoa t ST. UOSEPH, hd tans Farmers Throat. Cliest aijd Inings. FOLEY-C- O. CHIC Accounts ol MerctanH, ), mi HE WON'T LIMP NOW. No more limping for Tom Moore, of Cochran, Ga "I had a bad sore one my instep that nothing seemed to help till I used Bucklen's Arnica Salve," he writes, "but this wondcr-ful'toealsoon ured me." neals old, running sores, ulcprs, boils, burns, cuts, bruises, eczema or piles. Try it. Only 23 cents at AW DrugCdlECtlofli Mm Mi Solicited Mrs. Fraal: Marti, 417 Church St., says: "Foley's Honey and Compound saved tke lifs of our baby boy. He contracted a eevero tronctiit trouble and couzhed violently and bad epclla of cone and eazein? end turned biacl: in the face. I always had great fai& in rcley 3 Honey and Tar Corrround sud started ci' if K to ttmY cnna. in a snort tirre ne was reuevea and bnauy tne coura entirely stopped and tne couc and czzinz scclls ceased enne nun. lie rot well in a snort time, raismr in ecttine robust. Folsy Honey and Tar Cocroound baa many saved us trouble and this with the wonderful cure In babr's shows its crcat merit. We are never without Foley'! Honey Tar Compound. We always keea it sa the bgusc." Tr m All Points. TAKE HO SUBSTITUTE. FOR SALE BT ALL DRUGGISTS. Cepital and Surplus 3 5350.000.00 , er , DRINK (c-o.- 1 d) gists. when he awoke he found missing, not the silver candlesticks, but the only twelve"pairs of trousers he owned in the world. of the Tho natural sympathies human heart flow out to the reverend Mr. Aked in this dilemma. To his total many1 mortals doss would lcduce hem to dire slrail. IIo is not in their class. That he ' should have fwsscssod this redundant supply of trousers marks Rather him no ordinary j)cison. tt proves him not a person, but a one-twelf- th ruflhin, finer (sensibility. A gentlemanly Rallies would not have taken them all, however attractive the pattern or impeccable the crease. Only a crimiiral of the deepest dye could have perpetrated the villainy. Unless, indeed it be an act of retributive, justice meted out by a Pacific Coast humorist, in whose breasfa sense of right struggled with a lust for vengeance. For the reverend doctor has in the past been cuttingly severe in his strictures on American humor, having gone so far as to declare there is no such thing. If the final guess should prove correct, Dr. Aked must be irrevoea- bly settled in his original convictions by now. There remain to hiinhww-eve- r, the precapts of philosophy, if not the consolation of religion. Xot without comfort, therefore, may i the well-wonarrative of the individual who retired to bed while his only .pair of trousers were being wasJiea; ana wlio, wnen tola by lib .wife next morning that the calf had chewed them up, exclaimed with pious resignation, "Them that- - has must lose." low-browb-rn personage. But what shall of these By one .shown himself a callous to every he said of the necessary wanton act, he has pur-lioner habila-ment- s? Cotton Seed MeaJ for the cows; "MORE THAN WET" J. W. Poynter advertises the "Big Purina Chicken Feed for the chickLet us show you what nobby rigs 4"' Insurance Agency. ens; Oats, Corn and Hay for the we carry and how attractive our horse., We recommend them all. Home Pnone W. "ps OfflC8oun Mips Nackic Stuart returned from prices are... See us Courtday. J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. J, R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. DR. M. L. MYERS, a visit in Garrard and Mndij-o- n ' counties. DENTIST, TOM COWAN BACK. Nfta Floor .McHdowney BtnlUa.'. T. G. Stuart, elected chairman of CATARRH, ASTHMA, COLDS AND WINCHESTER, KY. Tom Cowan, the popular barber, is West Liberty convention. lack at his stand in the McEldowney CATARRHAL DEAFNESS Building and is now ready to serve E. E. LOOMIS . Winchester wants Kentucky GO QUICKLY his old friends and customers wheie. College. (Then situated a! Auctioneer you will always get prompt and first jniler.-burg-.) Here arc some symptoms of- caMcEldowney Building, class service. tarrh; if you have any of them get John 'M. Rainev retracts certain rid of them by breathing HYOMEl; Winchester, Ky. SHH LOST "defamatory and injurious language" it is guaranteed to banish catarrh. spoken of Robert True and a damage PENDLETON, BUSH & BUSH Is your throat raw? suit is Avithdrnwn. Do you sneeze often? Wc-lek- 4 wJ(gla 's Qtraight from Great Modern Tailor J Shops come our Fall and 1 Winter Clothes. Nobody else s Come any Quicker or Straighter or Better. Stein-Bloehtw-;J"t- ... . 1 9 - $dz?ZWy jzxr-- IS' JLA A- - 'ft vi -- ;M z.':i 1 Knowxnis lact about us. ihey m ? iem-Dioc- We know clothes . n rt t s .. BWit ' i If y ! Attorneys-at-l.a- w great damage, especially at Charleston, is felt here very slightly. , Earthquake, which docs Kentucky Central Railroad advertises as shortest route from Central Kentucky to all points. Is your breath foul? t Are your eyes yatcry? Do you take cold easily? Is your nose slopped up? Do crusts form in your nose?, Arc you worse in damp weather? Do you blow your nose a great' , 5th Floor McEldowney Building Wincnester, Ky. I W ft; f"'v& r vl Capital . tlCO.CrO si 11 11 State College advertises 1 . it twelve professors FURS! ,r deal? Are you losing, your sense of has : smell? Docs your mouth tagte bad mornings?Do you have Undivided.ProKts. $200,000 iM - THE 81 I ltH KJ VTT mmm JM&l! vf.. v 51 J . ? take tremendous care to fill our orders to the last notch of excel- ence- - They guaran- iee tne ciotnes witn their greit label. No- where else in this rre. cdtA ran these clothes in any wider or better selections or for less money TTrtt-t v FURS!! - TUBS'!! a dull feeling in yoitr Winchester Bank JWINCHESTER. KY. K- Will pay you tbe Highest Cash head? Malcte She's a nasty, mean thing. Do yon have a discharge from the Prices for your Furs. Daisy Why. nose? J. W. HISEL Matale We framed It up that she Does mucus drop in back of waa. to refuse Frank If he proposed, Bridge Junk Shop, ' and then I ma3e a bet with him that' No. 23 North Maple st. throat? she would: - M ml t for You. East Tennessee Phone 215, Home Phone 596. t :,it ll-18-4- BLACKSMITHING. When you want good horseshoeing, or any kind of repair work, don't forget that we do all kinds of work black- that is done in a snop. Reasonable prices;, aj! vork guaranteed. Ywir. patronage' first-jclas- s The Ubiquitous Spender. "He spends like a prince," Ms .friends say. "Ho throws It around like a drunken sailor," says the others. FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! .After all. he gets rid of It. And you can pick your simile from any. class Will pay yfia the Highest Cash of society you choose and still be abont right ! Prices for your Furs,. j- , I Complete HYOMEl outfit, which includes inhaler, $1.00, extra bottles if needed, 50 cents at Phillips Drag Store laud druggists' everywhere. Daisy Well, why are you kicking; Malslo Sbe accepted him. N. H. WITHERSOON, President. W. R. SPHAR. Cashier. This Means Something Important Just think all of them at big cut prices. f ... 3S SOLICITS YOUK ACCOUNTS. solicited. T. M. Domigan. Corner Wlnn avenue oonosite D. S. Gar's waieaouse. Bast 'rioeS 5&6. Tnawe Nervous. Jnnk $kep, Eels are not nearly so easily frightetNft 23 North t Maple si' ned1 as' oysters! Oysters are so ner Phone 215, Home vous taatva erase 01 tnunaer win kiu busdaMB them. Bridge- Oysters-Ar- e W. HISEL t V" , i . iuian & luurpny V' SUBSCRIBE FOR THE HEWS. S ( r"T r Tl WldCHESTEd HEWS. COMFORTING WORDS Household PafC'THrwt. . 5J? JEWELER Buys a Good First-Clas- s Every Day Watch Many a Winchester Fojind.Them So. To have the Hasl R. P. SCOBEE 6 SON Ctf (KC0RF0RATI3) pains and aches of j iTV f--l RrkAF"iy OPTICIAN CALL AND SEE IT O C IE Brocks J ohnscn George Urooks, aged :53, and lir-- s Xannie Helle Johnson, aged 24, wc;e married in this cityTuofday aflcrnoon. The bride is flie daughter of Xc'.vttm Juhuon. Both are of TY & Supply Co. 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. Coats and Skirts of new Spring designs from $3.75 up. j ta ifree front annoying, dangerous itri- - j nary disorders, is enough to make any kidney sufferer grateful. To tell Jbud 'hack removed, to be entirely LUMBER Rough and Dressed, SASH, DOORS AND -- BLINDS, SHINGLES, about will prove comforting j j brought t,vord to hundreds of Winebe-te- r readers. J. T. Gardner, E. Main St.. Car-- j lisle, Ky., says: "I had a great deal) o trouble front disordered kidneys, in fact, some years ago my case was , CAREY ROOFING, be bought. that, the best can ! RUBBER ROOFING, as good as any. Borne Phone 47 Clover, Timothy, Orchard, Grass. Grass, Cow Peas, White Oats, Rust Proof Oats, in fact a full line of seeds. You will be pleased with our quality, and our Red Top, Blue prices are right. this county. Open Air Concerts . V. of A. Hand" ami are mnSiiiig arrangements-- J. R. Martin Coal Only registered pharmacists handle your perseription at the Pharmacy. Absolute acgiven open air concerts on', the pub-licuracy guaranteed. The store of square every Sunday afternoon quality. during the months of June, July and August and Scpfemlcr iroviiled the SEED OATS! SEED OATS! citizens will give tlicm the right kind of. support. It i? hoped tfie citizens Get cur prices. See the quality. The l)f-ehe-ir- n Brown-Proctor- ia e will see the imjjoitnuce of these eui-vr- ts A more and do their j):ut. moral and innocent amusement i'oi J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. said to bo incurable. During recent years, my back became very weak and lame and siclied almost constantly. The worst annoyance, however, was too frequent passages of the Jrheumatic secretions. kidney twinges in my hips and loins alo bothered me and at times were so acute that it was hard for me to walk. Seeing Bonn's Kidney Tills advertised, I procured a box and had used them oii'ly a short Hints when fell a great deal belter. Continued use soon cntirelv relieved me. 1 jkuow that Bonn's Kidney il'ills are a valuable kidney remedy and worthy of my higbest endorsement." For sale by all dealers. Price ."ill cents. fFoster-'MiltbuCo., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United 1 rn East Tenn. Pfcoae 147 "USE NOTHING COMMON BUT SENSE" HIGLH ART SIGNS A GOOD SIGN TO A BUSINESS IS THE SAME AS A LOCOMOTIVE TO. A TRAIN. States. Remember the name and take no other.- I?oan's both old and young than the-- c concerts cannot be had. The band waiiU to assure tlie citizens of Winchester that tfey will appreciate their TIRED OF HOLD-UP- S 2! Easter Sale The ladies of the Methodist church will have an Kastcr Saturday bcfoie Enstef. Mr. Henry 1. Xelon. of Mukogee. his son. Mr. 'Henry 15. Okla., who , attending K. Y. C. Xelou, tMonday night. illr. Jese Gordon Robinson has been ill for some time. 'Messrs. Win. Garner and Ch:is. Hawaii are atiending the Automobile Show in Cincinnati. Captain Samuel M. Boone has b;en indisposed for the past few days. Mrs. Phil 'Hampton is ill of a dropsical trouble. Mr. Shirley Snowden is spending a few days at his fathers farm at Hight Angle. Mr. Ed C. Ki'-inglias relumed from a business trip to Mix Sterling. Dr. Ifichard Allen, of Iiuckcrville. is in the city. Mr. and Mrs. L. 15. Keal. of Paris, arc guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wood, for a few days. .Mr. and Mrs. John 15reeze are being congratulated on the fiirlli Sunday morning of a line son. Lc:n 1'rewitt. vi-it- cd er WINCHESTER CLOAK & SUIT CO, A. M. DOMB, Inc. Manager. Elks Building 61 Main Street Both Phones 364. WINCHESTER, KY. . .Studebaker and Old Hickcry; when you see either of these two names, you will know they stand for two of the best farm wagons made. We arc agents for both.. .Let us show SHOCKING SOUNDS them to you Courtday. hi the earth are sometimes heaid J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. before a terrible earthquake, that warn of the coming peril. iXcture.-warninare kind. That dull pain The nicest and most or ache in the back, warns you the perfumes and toilet articles at th Kidneys need .attention" if you v. oxd Brown-Proctor- ia Tin escape those dangerous Pharmacy maladies. Dropsy, Biabetcs or Brigbt's di?- sjore of quality. gs A. LYNN PERRY ea-Take F.Icctric Bitters at once jand see backache fly and all your best feelings return. "3Iy son re- ceived groat benfit from their use for kidney and bladder trouble," writes Bockwood, Peter Bondy, Gouth MjcIi., "It is certainly a great kid- -, ney ndicine." Try it. 50 ccnt3 j e. ' ' at All Brusrgists. IT Hold up your bands! Take all my imcney. bnt I'll CINCINNATI'S GREAT be blamed if I'll hold up my bands. I've been banging on a car strap all the way from town! Robber Victim 'light are t lie brilliant programs of popular music afternoon and evening by Weber's celebrated pie.-ent-ed band. ENAME WARE SEE WINCHESTER IDEA HUSTLE An Incurable. Chicken Feed that make the hen Lieutenant Commander Symington No Fewer Than 1,000 Persons Are at a luncheon once toasted a noted adcn Op- lay and that is what makes the hen Turned Away From Doors miral. "He is a good man," he said; pay.. .Get a sack before it is all gone "too good a man, I sometimes think, ening Night. for this rough, wicked world of ours J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. He is an idealist and an optimist Ingreat automobile show Cincinnati's deed, he is such an incurable idealist and optimist that if you shoufd send ojK'ned Monday night, February !! MEAL! MEAL!! MEAL!!! him on a wild goose chase he'd speak with a rush of visitors that made it of himself forever afterward as a big When in need of any meal don't necessary to turn away no fewer game hunter." forget that we have the old fashsuch'! than 3.000 person. No ion water stones and iinteit and enthusiasm grinding. mill M. Bomigan,do custom T. opposite any Prefer Salt to Sugar. have ever Ibefore been evident at In some parts of Africa children will City. David Gay's warehouse, on eornei public event held in Wio Queen pat 6alt in preference to sugar. On n-visiters were gener- Winn avenue. the gold coast a handful of salt wi" AVe- -t Virpurchase two slaves. ous with their presence, The Oliver Plow is surely a good ginia leading olT witli the large-- t one. Let us explain its merits. Yiu number, with Kentucky a good have just received a car load. See them Courtday. iOn all sides it was granted that J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. no exaggeration had been spoken in ss Out-of-tote:-oud. Desiring to reduce our stock of Enamel Ware wehave decided to place on sale for the next few days One Special Lot of Gray Enamel Ware at the Rediculously low price of THIRTY-TW- O CENTS t the decorations as supuib molor car displays as one and i seldom equalled. That racing wonder, the Mannui' ''Wasp", was a strong magnet t its grace of lines g every particularly admired. l.ho er, bv-in- THERE WERE OTHERS These goods are of the very-besmake and nice clean goods, all large pieces, many of ,the pieces being worth more than double this price, 12 qt. Roll Edge J I Miss Shaw is dem- onstrating the Beech-NProducts at our Main Street Store in the Brown-Proctor- ia ut Delight was expressed at the of brilliant colorings offered ii the newer car bodies, tendency lean ing toward the pure white, biigh red. soft olive and rich green. Oiu machine radiant in delicate robin's egg blue, was voted truly magnifi-cien- t. va-ii;t- y Dish Pan, worth 75c : Double Roasters, regular 50c value Handled Foot Tnbs, worth 50c i CoveYed Berlin Kettles, with bail, worth 50c Preserving Kettles with wood handled bail, worth 65c 32c 32c 32c 32c 32c Hotel Building. She has a Be sure and call on her. complete line and would be pleased to show you. Parrish, Bradley 5- - & Co. B0TH?BHONES ATWEifcS'fORES. JIan (to telephone girl' I want to talk to Sioux City. Telephone Girl YonH have to wait Wedne.-da-y is to be gala night for awhile; line's In use. Twenty other Club, with husbands are trying to the Cincinnati Automobile tell their wives its president, Dr. C. L. Bonifleld. and to come home. aiding board of governors doing the - Aye, Time; Are Changed! honors to members and arrendant Guests werS expected to drink too friends. The Club has been boused freely of liquors at casUes in the Scotch highlands years ago, and a in a ibeantiful booth, suggesting the servant is said to have once exfamous Country Home on Colerain claimed: "Ach, it's salr changed p;ke. in its broad swehp of wide ye- - times at Castle jjrant when gentlemen can gang-- to bed on their ain feet., rarida. whatever." , A feature causiIij uo erid of de- - An electric conpe, with body entirely ivory, flashed off by platings of gold in every port of the machine, blowing even the smallest part of metal, was positively startling in ef- fect. These goods are now on exhibition in our windows and can not last long at this price. You had better act quick 4f you want any. We deliver in the city. This price is for cash only. If you can't come, phone 360. ) GRUBBS & BENTON Cor. Main and Broadway, WINCHESTER7-K- Y. THE WINCHESTER NEWS OPEN LETTER BUILDER S HARDWARE We have just received a complete line of Hardware. If you are think-inofbuildingletus figure with you. Our stock is up to date. Our prices are right. FRANKLIN HARDWARE Imagine, if you can, a beautiful, iiluable, Kentucky florae hoWbling on three legs, with the fourth one broken and dangling. illho horse that had been the pride and pet of a. family; willing, respontsive, even sympathetic when by long use ami kind treatment he becomes in a way a dinner of your moods, and in inimitable way "noses" a cares.-tbwould appeal to any normal human creature. It is pitiful to sec the horse hobble, to see the appeal for help, ami yet jut what is to be done seems r. question. Home one witJi a suppose( spirit of the "humane-- says, "Kill the tiling and get it out of tfiie way it is a. constant Miggetion, an e. pensc to keep alive, no goi-- to an one. Kill it." , at whero" in the county to submit a suggestion. Why net interest the county people in the Hospital movement. They have their sick, need operations, treatments, physicians, surgeons and nurses just as much as the city people, and it isn't always easy for them to be taken to a Hospital by rail,-therisn't always time for extended trips. c ; i CLASSED Ic a wcrtf far a COLUMN Only 10 More Days Bankrupt Stock of Rosa Frank Must Be Sold Out With Store Fixtures, Etc. Now is your chance to save money. We must vacate in 10 days as our contract expires then. Every article is marked in Red Ink and at prices that will move them the minute your eyes fall upon them. LOOK AT THESE FOR REAL BARGAINS MEN'S SUITS Men's $ 5.00 Suits, now.$ 2.50 Men's 7.50 Suits, now 3.75 5.00 Men's 10:00 Suits, now Men's 15.00 Suits, now 7.50 Men's 20.00 Suits, now 10.00 'classified advertisements stalk 2c .' a wari far Una sartloaa. a ward far aaaa 34c. j htHml a wari par BMwaa. scauaraa maamawa, la par ware 10c g COMPANY H. H. FRANKLIN, Prop. (Successors to J. K. Allen) TheNew Depositor In this bank may be assured of receiving direct persona! a Ken-ti- es and prompt service. All we ask is an opportunity to serve yon thai we may prove tke quality of our banking service. We invite you to call and see as. A man who likes to "do things,' ami has learned how, asked for the privilege of trying to restore the broken leg. lie wings the horse from the ground in a canvas", strong and fitted to the body, adjusts t'ie broken bone, supports and stays if in position, and when it has knitted sulliciently the horse is lowered un til its fect barely touch the ground. as it becomes accustomed to the weight it is lowered little by little until at last dear old "Dobbin" walks, slowly, little stiff to be sure, but on four legs. The country people are accustom--- d to "doing things." They begin before daylight instead of six or cven o'clock and lose jut as little time at noon as possible, in feeding the inner man and the teams. The city man quits at twelve and begins at one, regardless of how much of that time is really needed, aud he quits for the day at four, five tr six, just as he has engaged to lo. The country man works not inly from "Sun to 'Sun" but from inwn till after dusk. We arc not' knocking, we ' don't blame- the city man, if we were in Rome we would do as the Romans do. Tt is merely n fact Hint each in his vocation is "doing things," and the Clark county country men and. women arc just as anxious for Win- Insertion. Malhfifl Insert ft wa far toaa tan csata. Xathtaf far laa TRACY AND STOKELY A BARGAIN. i If WEN'S PANTS Men's $2.50 Men's 3.00 Men's 4.00 Men's 5.00 Men's 6.00 Pants cut to. $1.25 Pants cut to. 1.50 Pants cut to. 2.00 Pants cut te. 2.59 Pants cut to. 3.00 1-- sold at once; house of 4 rooms; cistern ga, outbuildings, rents at $10 per nionth; here is a chance to net 10 per cent on your investment. Office in McEldowney Building. BOTH PHONES lut ."iUxloO; 100 Boys' Knee Suits at Just 2 Price FOR RENT My old house of ten rooms on '.Maple street. Apply ;o A. J. Earp. -tt chester's success as Winchester is for the successy of thce country folk. Get that? Anyway: We sec wherein thesis self same country people would make an admirable "aid to the wounded" if asked to fall in line, and keep step with the hobbling efforts of the Hospital Steed. What if somebody did say "Kill it, its a useless expense and a drain or. the public pocket?" That very somebody will sicken and mayhap be the fir- -. to be carried into the Hospital. Doubtless the question arises as to how to interest the country people. That is easy. Were yon ever in a country schoolhquse for a Christmas or a "last day" entertainment? If family from !.o, you saw the entire the grandparents down to the infants of each child who was a pupil in tHie school. And "every old crow thought his crow the blackest." A Big Stock of Ladies', Children's and Men's Shoes at Less than Manufacturers' Line. FOR SALE or EXCHANGE For down town property or farm, a nice 7 room house with water. house, nice barn, plenty fruit :;ud three extra lots. Todd Bro' at Store Fixtures. Our handsome Store fixtures must go at your own price. 2 latest style Floor Show Cases, 6 good Counters. Lighting Machine in perfect order. 1 large Gas Stove for sxore use. 1 eight foot Floor Mirror. Elegant Display Fixtures. t j Ill the course of a few weeks he carries "a boy to mill" just as the y of tho Slashes" went. Soon old" Dobbin wears his own harness and performs his duties for the family, not quite so gayly. maybe, but most willingly. And: We would Cecaer llaia and South Court Street. Near Court Houtcv Because one who ask you, Why? Winchester, Ky. does things, and was willing, supplied that fourth leg. The for Winchester is cn .) BLAMED A GOOD tion, as Dr. King's New Life Pills WORKER. ' "I blamed my heart for severe completely cured me." Best for three legs, and it is hopping along distress in my left side for two stomach, liver and kidney troubles, tho best it can, but it leally needs years," writes W. Evans, Danville, icnstipation, headache or debility. one more. Ya., "but I know now it was indiges- - r5 cents at All Dniggisls. Please allow a rural, from "scme- ".Mill-bo- STRAYED From my farm on the Paris pike one red steer; weight about 700 pounds. Information to his whereabouts Calloway will be appreciated. Crawford. cd Citizens National Bank ' -tf MONEY TO LOAN on real estate. Long term. Easy payments. Apply to Robbing, News office. Ho-pit- al F H. Davis North Street IVfain H. Friedman, Mgr. Jones1 Building. pos-ib- lc FOR RENT (Four rooms at HOC S. tMain street. Good garden and stable. Apply to T. J. Bradley or Mrs. I. A. Shirley. LOST Gold shirtwaist pin with old English initi."!, ".M." Return to Phil Parrish. -lt wsm WAKE UP! WAKE UP! - 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. 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 is, not merely ihe passing of called for merchau-dis- e Is the most THE WINCHESTER NEWS result-gettin- g to-da- y. IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE 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. ALMOST LOST HIS LIFE. Get some competent citizen, or two j or three of them, to plan a series of j S. A. Stid, of Mason, Mich., will tableaux, arid little playlets, and never forget his terrible exposure LOST Black velvet poekctboo make every member of 'the cast usto a merciless storm. "It gave ir.c containing key and papers. iFleaio y coun-tiing just as many as a dreadful cold," he writes, "thai return to 'Mrs. Jno. S. Raincy. people jauscd severe pains in my chest, so I'ut it on the stage of Mr. Opera House. Just as soon .t was hard for me to breathe. A LOST Green suede belt with gilt as Mr. Dinclli reads this suggestion leighbor gave me several doses of buckle. Return to Ri.'bbins at this )r. ICing's New Discovery which he is sure to call up the Kins' office. Daughters, or the 'Commercial Club irought great relief- The doctor aid I was on the verge of pneumo-liand place his house at their service LOST A string of black jet bead-- , but to cpntinue with the for a date, even a return dato ii between Calloway and !Methodist I did so and two bottles called for. Mr. Dinclli knows then church. Reward for return to Use only would be flocks of country people omplctcly cured me." 3Irs. F. R. Gordon. who were never in an Opera House, this quick, safe, reliable medicine A new modern built but. who would be sure to go again. for coughs, colds, or any throat or FOR RENT lung trouble. Price 50c and $1.00. house centrally located; possesThe expense need not figure large, Trial bottlo free. Guaranteed by sion middle of March. Apply to for to bo real, it should be a reproMl Druggists. Robhins at Xews office. duction of fa i m and country routine, and every costume should be one of FOR RENT Four or five rooms, gas Only the purest and freshest in cverv the wearer's, own, aj and cistern. Home phone GG or on sale at the day or Sunday life. apply at No. 110 North Highland. Pharmacy the store of quality. James Oliver, a man who made a big success of the one effort of his life, says. "Yon benefit yourself only WANTED Young men wanting a as you benefit humanity"': and again I musical education at very little KILLTHE he says, "U.--e your faculties and yoli cost should join Modern Woodmen will keep them.'' of America Band and Orchestra. , Herbert Spencer said men softenFor particulars apply Geo. II. ing of the 'brain because they fail to ilackie, director, at Barnes' Grouse that organ. cery or Dr. E. R. Bush, president. Wo need the Hospital for self and Fraternity Building. humanity. Let the town and counFOR SALE The Big Run Coal, th try use their faculties, thus unite AND AIL THROAT AMD LUMC TROUBLES best on the market; yards on West and strengthen them. GUAffANTSEO SATSFACTOGY Broadway. Clark County .ConLets not fail because wo are too REFUAtDCD. OR struction Company. indolent or indifferent to use our brains and muscles. FOR SALE 100 extra nice Rhode i's FOR SALE A coming IPerchcon marc; weight 1200 lbs. Floyd W. Clay. Indian Fields, Ky. - - a, Dis-;ovcr- y. od mcd-"cin- cs -tf andCUREthcluHGSJ COUGH wuhDRJCINGIS XEWDiscowmr j U-3S- -f (Signed) XX. THE WINCHESTER NEWS (DAILY) SUN SENTINEL Phones 91. 109-l- li weekly S. Main St. R. R. and GOLDIE PERRY, Proprietors ' Home phone 813-A- ." At Hunt, Kentucky, Clark county, G miles from Winchester, on good Shorthand taught by Miss Grace iMiureiii pike and in neighborhood of very Coyle. , Thoroughness guaranteed. STROTHER'S best graded schools, a most desira Call at J.'AL Stevenson's Law .Office. ble business property, consisting of storeroom, stock of goods. 2 nice OLD dwellings, blacksmith shop, 2 large FURS!!! FURS!! FURS! gardens, in all about 2 acres of land. FIRE INSURANCE AMD REAL ESTATE AGENCY Will pay yoa the Hignest Cash Will sell at a bargain if taken at premPrices for your Furs.. once. See G. M. Glenn cn the Kffics FrattnKy ises. J. W. HISEL Bridge Junk Shop; J. M. STEVENSON TODD BROS.; No. 23 North Maple st. Attarney-at-LaEast Tennessee Phone 215, Home Home phone 47i. Winchester, Ky; v Man Phone 596. -tf For Sale or Rent! Island Red pallets and cockrels. SHORTHAND tf) RELIABLE M. w m ll-18-4- "NS 1 u. .'4 ?Yi Si. A.