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Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): February 22, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 win1912022201_sn86069133 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): February 22, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. VmT i 4 1 LAST EDITION VOLUME 7; Ne. 106. THE WINCHESTER NEWS WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1912. WEATHER i Fair ami Wanner Friday. TfcwrSMy mi 2 CENTS A COPY; islands south of II CENTS A WEEK I I ft It 3 Washington, baring demopstrated (Heibort II. Moore, o tJic local bar.) to the world bis capabilities as a R. A. Scebee's House Among the great men of the world leader, returned to his. Virginia home, MONIES WORTH AT AUDITORIUM NEW GARAGE whoic names shine with a brilliant desiring "to Temnin in peaceful seclu The tobacco sales were opened at lustre in the galaxy of fame, there sion among the scenes be loved so Mr. R. A. Scobee's house cn Flanais one that seems to be a sun, around well. But he was soon to be called WIS Be Conducted by Winchester gan street Thursday morning with Are Ta le Purchased in Cincinnati Attendance of Fully Two Thousand Alex Skovgaard, The Famous Dan- which the other flit as so many sat- forth again. The Fates decreed that Lodge, No. 20, F. & A. M., in Co- about 125,000 pounds on the floor. c was the one to break the shackles nnection With Laying of Corner-- v Tho quah'ty wrfs about the same as ish Artiste, Plays Instrument Val- ellites. Is Expected For Unique Affair on by Messrs. Fishback and Wood, stone of Government 3uiWing. that of Tuesday but prices were from Wc perceive them as they slowly of oppression from the limbs of ued at $13,000. Thursday Night. the Praprieters. young America aaid place her name $2 to $3 on the hundred higher than arise, one by one, out of the waves Ceremonies incident to the laying they have been at all previous treading their upon the croll of the nations of the of unrecognition, sales. Another big masquerade is to be Skovgaard Alex (pronounced of the corner stone for Winchester's Thursday's sales, are reported to be Messrs. James Fishback and Waltrackless courses across the heav- earth. given, at the Auditorium on Thursday "Skowgar,"' new government building will be held the best that has ever been with long "o" and ens, breaking through the cordons of lace Wood, of the firm of Fishback held in The colonists were alaimed by the night, and an attendance of fully broad "a") the famous DanUb envious opposition and lighting their distant rumblings of the coming by Winchester Lodge, No. 20, F. & Winchester. Wood, left Thursday to attend the There were no rejec-t:othousand is expected. A. M., at 3 o'clock on Wednesday af (Cincinnati Automobile yJioiv, and to wo' violinist, who is to give a concert environment with a brilliance daz- Revolution. and everybody was well pleasThe clouds of war be Three prizes are offered as in in ternoon, February 28. Handsome in- ed. this city, has one of his hands in- zling to behold. purchase supplies for the new garage gan to gather in the Heavens, the original ducements for unique and vitations' will be sent out, as follows: sured for 10,000. which they will open in this city on Prices ranged from .$3 to $31 per Wc stand in hushed amazement as thunder of battle from costumes and much interest is being Winchester Lodge, . The wonderful Stradivarius vio- tlicy reach their respective zeniths, Concord and the lightning of death March 4. hundred. Several crop sold at an manifested. F. & A. M. lin upon which Skovgaard always heights unapprgached and seemingly protrudes its fiery tongue as the The location trill be at the stand average of from $21 to $22.50 per A series of delightful affairs has courteously invites you to attend hundred. Next plays is valued at .$13,000. It has unapproachable forever. by the Winchesformerly occupied As we Americans fell on the grassy plains sales will be held been planned for the week at the the laying of the a most interesting and curious his stand in this admiring attitude, lost f Lexington. The people were en Tuesday, when it is expected between ter Garage. Auditorium, and none lias created , Cornerstone of the Government 175.000 and 200,000 pounds will be Messrs. Fishback ana Wood have the pleasurable excitement of the ton-- almost two hundred years old. in the reveries of historv. there veloped in the throes of nndecision, Building, Antonius Stradivarius, the greatest beams o'er the western hills the rays their footsteps were clogged with the on the breaks. contracted with the Studebaker Com- masquerade. Winchester, Kentucky of violin makers, the secret of whose from another light which bids fair crags of suspicion and they were pany for the agency for the E. M. Planters' House at 3:00 o'clock, p. m. power has never been transmitted, to be the grandest of them all. As beginning a journey the end of F. and Flanders cars, and prospects Between 125,000 and 150.000 February 28th, 1912 fashioned tiie in 1712 in mem- it Iooms above the horizon, we are hich they barely hoped to see. But are bright fortbe success of the new "GINDEREllA" IS pounds had been sold at two o'clock D. S. Haggard, Chairman. ory of hLs. beloved son, and for struck with wonder at its amazing Arm. t this time there appeared in the at the Planters' House at excellent I. A. Boone, Secretary. E years it lay on one side unstrung, beauty. We see it as it majestical- jlcomy distance, flashing meteors of prices, which ranged between $4 and The ceremonies will be very imsilent. Then began the romance de- ly glides through the elements, disope revolving around a spotless pressive, and invitations have been .$30. This was one of the best sales UNITED in Skovgaard's little book, pelling the darkness as if by magic, scribed tar and the despondent people rec- sent to all lodges in Clark and ad- of the season and prices the most Will Be Seen at The Lyric on Monday "The Story of My Violin," in which coloring the landscape with its gnized it to fee Washington and hi joining counties, and also to the satisfactory. AMERICAN MECHANICS the great instrument was stolen from sparks of genius and pushing aside little band of valiant patriots. The management is expecting 175,-00- 0 And Night. Miss TalAfternoon officers and members of the Grand its maker in its native city of Cre- the obstacles in its pathway as it Hope again entered the souk of pounds on the floor at the next mona, Italy, and after a sc- launches to its accorded position, a men, eonnaence (regained, ner loity Lodge. iaferro is Star. sale which will be held Tuesdavi Eider J. D. Hunter, Special National At a meeting Wednesday, a comries of adventures, was at last hap- position in the dome of ' fame far cat, enthusiasm beamed from every mittee on arrangements was appointInto the motion picture firmament pily restored to th overjoyed StradiDeputy Councilor, Institutes Counnobler, grander and loftier than was eve, and opportunity pointed wuu ed as follows: eorne a new star and one of the varius. . ins ever accorded another. As MARKETS wistful glance toward tho beckon cil Of His Order at Paris. D. S. Haggard, Chairman. Out of .the-ftd- lmagnitude. to and fro in its home of sublimit', ing fields of liberty. J. A. Boone, Secretary. ness of continuous and brilliant sucbeing safely anchored by the cords The victories of Washington and his Cincinnati, Fi-b- . 21. Cattle Slow J. C. Vaught. Elder J. D. Hunter, Special Na- cess on the legitimate stage, Mabel of renown, v:e recognize it to be the little band during the years of this I good to choice bandy light bntcher J. N. Renaker.. tional Deputy Councilor of the Junior Taliaferro has stepped lightly into name so dear to every American Revolution have reached the very cattle about steady; other grades Order United American Mechanics, the daintest, sweetest and loveliest il. D. Royse. heart and lover of liberty, George ummits of military annals and now y, C. V. Bridwell. dull and weak; $5.506.75, Council Chaplain for pictures! and iStaie of A name which raises Washington. in undimmed splendor with C. E. Bush. choice to extra $6.8o7; butcher instituted a council of his oreverybody why "Cinderella" in the mind the thought of all that is hose of Alexander at Aibela; Mil- teers extra $0.100.50, good to J. W. Wheeler. der at Paris Tuesday night witn knows- Cinderella? you heard the sublime, all that is noble, all that is iades at Marathon; Hannibal at Winchester Commandery No. 30, ' efcuce $5.256, common to fair twenty-eigmembers. Mr. Hunter beautiful 'little' story when you were) illustrious in human nature. Canac; and Napoleon at Ansterlitz. will act as an escort to Grand Master $4.255, heifers extra $4.600 say? the members are some of th child. Your mother read it to you Washington's preliminary educaAt different periods of the war David Jackson in the ceremonies in- - jrQO(i men in ii'aris and Bour- over and over again, until you could 0 choice $4.504.35; common best young tion was secured while acting as a success seemed to have deserted our cident to the laying of the corner- - to fair $34.25; cows, extra $4.60 bon county, their age ranging from see it all whenever you closed your frnntinr. survevor. It was not of heroes; ropwited defeat almost stone. I $5. good to choice $44.50, common 16 to 48 years. eyes, alien, almost oeiore you Kiiew colleges and universities: not of p.rte weighed them down: iltc darkening public' is manifesting a great to fair $1.753.75, canners $L50 .. The Mr. Hunter also sold itiMirauce in ir, you had grown up, and now you and loud iwid sciences; but .ot escapes of subjection was wont to be' leal of interest in the progress of $2.75; bulls steady and quiet; lessons, of heir j, lha business branch of the order to are telling' it to your own children lmnlebms witlr their c.iuopy, and with hope dead new government build- - nas $4.254.85, extra $4.905, fat the amount of $18,000. He returned and wondering' at the" sweetness of a marclfes and battles with their victo and memory but a pang they began will doubtless turn out to a bulls $4.755.25; milch cows easy ing, and story that has power "to interest you to Winchester Wednesday. ries and defeats; an education that o fear their destiny. But through Wed- - and slow. todav almost asmueli as it did twen- to lead the todd- out thi? reign of consternation, when man for the ceremonies next was to prepare him j Calves Steady; extra $8.75; fair nesday. y or thirty years Ago. Do not think ling affairs of infant America tho shi, of American independence to good $78.50, common and large ABIE ADDRESS ON that this picture, that Miss Taliferrj through the swamps and cesspools of tre doling in the storm, when the 'iNHHHBBBsr'flMI' $3.507.75. ikes the leading part in, Is for the ( around the crags of legions of Britain were thundering r a Hogs .Active and packers amj "UNIVERSAL PEACE" children alone for it is for the cliffs of defeats gainst its sides, wben tho lightning TICKETS treason and over the butchers strong to 5c advance; 'grown-ups- " as well, for it it is to the smiling vales of freedom be like glances of monarchy Avcrc hiss- steady to slow on light shippers and staged like grand opera and acted r g trl.ough iits isails, Washington craftsman yond. When the great Hamilton Halt MalCes Splendid Talk bv stars. SALE MONDAY pigs; heavy hogs $6.306.40, good At the time he was merging into was at the belm and with determina died in 1737, the Molm was pur to choice packers and butchers f6.40 Mr. Sclig has surrounded Miss ' V.'cdr.caJay In Cliafd Ci" X. V.'. diplomatic rela tion on his brow, with liberty burn chased for a Spani:-;- ! museum, and young manhood the 0.45, mixed packers $6.256.40, company. Taliaferro with an all-stEnglish and trench ing in lis soul, with a prayer to it remained there for one hundred tions 'between the Mifht. The stags $34, common to choice heavy Miss Greenwood takes the part of The Heaven on his lips, ho guides her For Concert of Alex Skovgaard, forty years as a wonderful colonists were tightly strained. Famous Viloinist Who Appears fat sows $4.255.75, extra $5.80 C'rndorella',; mother, while her father and the dis safely through. iHamilton Holt, managing editor of specimen of the work of the greatest. cause of this stringency was $5.85, light shippers $o.706.20; Here February 28. is played by Frank Weed; the wicked the Ohio valley After serving the nation his genius 4he Independent, and a man of inter of violin makers until the museum in puted ownership of pigs (110 lbs. and less) $4.25 tepmother and two stepsisters arc -- of nOSSC-siohad fostered as president for eight which it had reposed so long was Tl.. WiMinh were in national importance for his work in The tickets for the musicalc to be $5.05. played by Lillian Leighton, Josephine English gover- years and by his sagacious statesburned to the ground and, as by a this territory and the the interests of the peace movement, Miller SheepSteady; extra $3.653.75, given by Alex Skovgaard, the famous and Olive Cox, respectively. Virginia desired to notify manship starting her along the road delivered the most able address on miracle, it was sii::tched from & nor of to choice $3.253.60, yearlings violinist in this city on FebDanish T. J. Carrigan (Miss Martha Rus- tlic lands. of unaparalleled prosperity which ruary 28 will be on sale at Stro.'e's the peace movement ever heard in cll's leading man) makes a most fiery doom. Money not n?ing forth- them by letter to vacate $4.255.25. Whom could ho securo to carry the has continued through tho storms of Drug Store Monday morning, "Lambs Strong to 10c higher; excoming to rebuild the museum the vithis city, Wednesday night, at K. W. Price Charming, and Chas. ittractive face the more than a century, he again re C. Chapel. olin, like a homeless wanderer, was messace? Who would d.uc tra $6.756.85, good to choice $6 will be 75 cents. Clary does splendidly as King Claujour turned to his Virginia home. But he sent to London, where Skovgaard trials and dangers of such a $15.05, common to fair $3.505.75. Owing to the inclement weather An announcement in Wednesday's dius; Adriermc Krocll as Princess would bid farewell to was destined soon .to be called forth saw it at a dealer's, immediately fell uey? Who were News stated that the tickets only a .mall crowd attended tlie lec Yetive; Jessie Stevens as the Dowag on a ain not to service but to the re "ili'ady on sale, which is in love with it and determined that home and loved ones and start ture. i mistake. Cox as Secretary to King; er: Geo. Iby the toma wards of Ins Jlaker. Having con ' SkovgaaTd is" world-famou- s. nothing should preorit him becom- ml.Linii mulanfirercd He In his addicws, known as the Baby Griffin makes a most jolly and his ing the possessor of such a magnifi- hawk and 'scalping knife of tie lurk tracted a severe cold riding on with .plays a violin valued at $13,000 "Federation of tiio World," Mr. pleasing fairy godmother. rag- - farm, be believed it would prove fa- cent instrument. St on after, it be in' savage; by rugged hills and All music lovers a master-toucHolt pleads for a federation of the iti" streams; by icy winds and winter tal, and so prepared for the final should avail themselves of this rare came his at a cost of fifty-twnations in somewhat the samo man chills, with no guide but the sun by summons. thousand marks ($1:5,000.00.) iier that the states of the United COMMITTEE MEETING fi.., bv n;:rht? The Wien at last the rumblings of 3'" ,!,. Although it had rnataud cv.C. xi States are joined. His idea is my me death were increasing in volume, questions were answered OF TENTH DISTRICT oned with age, it never had been substitution of la.iv for war. his life had and was in a perfect outhiful Washington, lie with tliat when the shadows of played upon, Mr. Holt declared himclf for TOO IAITT0 CLASSfY which character touched the eve of day, when the NEW JAIL FOR condition as when it left the hands dauntless bravery to the presi Taft for A Republican committee meeting offered himself star of his existence bad dropped is thus not only ized his entire career dency because of his work in the in- of the Tenth District will be held in of its creator. It Unon receiving from the Heavens, bis spirit took on THE LYRIC violin treasures of ii r 4i, mAS5(n!er. ' c! .... C.it.iroi. Ar..irli o one of the finest terests of peace. "Mr. Taft," lie CLARK COUNTY he immediately the robings of immortality and began one cf the best pre- his commission, the world, but said, "has gone further than the head at 1 p. m. (iVtgraph.) arnv-in- " The Missing Will. its journey through the lands of per served. For years it has benefited starts on the perilous journey of anv other nation in the movement (Melies.) 'French petual bliss. So perished Americas Gipsy Bride. A in a few weeks at the bv the many hours' daily playing of A meeting of 'the Fiscal Court was (Vila-taph- .) for universal peace." hardAn Aeroplane Elopement. greatest hero. who possesses the key to fort after having encountered a master in the Tiie speaker expressed doubt as ABLE would have has faciei held Wednesday afternoon fame Washington its soul, and it is now worth vastly ships and dangers that office of County Clerk J. A. Boone. to Roosevelt's sincerity in his advo A strong programme. i Skovgaard paid for it, enwared a less determined character. the sounding board of time and will All magistrates being present. more than climbed the. comman .chcy of peace. Matinee everyday, 2:30 and 330. forever, it has After receiving the French and its value increases annually. "The meeting was held :a order that return pinnacle of greatness and will shine Cinderella next Monday. McCreary Helps dor's reply, he starts on his RECEIVES CALL with the sher-- ' ot throughout eternity, it has soared on a settlement be made Children 5 cents Saturday matinee "James ,B. McCreary, the present trin. arriving at the headquarters Good Water Pan for Pets the English, after an absence, of tv the wings of truth and now fans Governor of Kentucky, introduced The question of a new jail was fQTQ A good water pan for pets or poul- the & Finnell Patterson cake-pan- , with a months. realms cf immortaUty, but the place the first bill which created a world Considering Call try is a round, tin commonly known taken up. an the matter referred to Dr. T. J. Porter is their ad on page two, specials in cone In the center, Ti,o flpfinnt reilv of tho Trench where it shall most securely rest, uride conference for peace the Pan a 'committee. "Turk's-head.- " A stick driven 1 top of column. to Pastorate t Baptist Church in as a American Conference," he continued meant war, and'for this the colon unmoved by the storms that , agitate through the cone into the ground v. low The war that the world, is in the unmeasured animal to hecran to mrepaTe. Mr. Holt called attention to the makes It Impossible tor-aRcancke, Va. gems of oratory., sail on the LOST, STRAYED or STOLEN overturn the pan. Ladles Home Jour- resulted was the French and Indian of his good accomplifdied by, the Hague nal. From my place 2 2 miles from Monuments, noble structures 91 wings of eloquence as they waft their Conference, one buudred disputes and continued for a period of eight Dr. T. J. Porter, pastor of the Winchester on the Colbyville pike, which might have been cause fo First Baptist church, in this city, years. It iva not barren of deeis man, seek to distinguish bis exalted tributes to him from even- shore, but The Prize Puzzle. paid' a black ycailing filly. 'Any inforspar, having been settled by it, in the has received 'a unanimous call to the results since the French, who name. Bronze statues and marble the greatest tribute that can be ontsifler "Who was elected In your ive mation as to ier whereaboets will eight years. 'We don't at its commencement, held twenty" of shafts vie with each other in the the name of Washington is when his last pastorate of the Jefferson Baptist city last . time?" Citizen . Kvtnp n OTieSsiOJT -- . -d parts of the lands in splendor they give his acnievements. loving countrymen1, in united voice, be rewarded by H. B. Little, Home the twenty-fiv- e He now Know yeu ttt church, in Roanoke. Va. . .. i. j ii contest about it now." phone 756. j America; at its close ueia am ro Eulogies and panegyrics, the fair- - fondly call him Father. jnXCHESTFVS IDEA HUSTLE , has it under consideration. SUPPUES FOR m MASQUERADE VIOLINISrS HAND E UP insignificant TOBACCO SALES WOO ' k ed fin-all- t Ken-tack- k - ht -- bolog-Winchest- -- m.-stc- ar on h. o Sfpplus c'r 1 PASIOR re-ec- its V Si fellow-countryme- n. et 1-- 1 s 1 --- WASHINGTON I '2nd, M J PONTfltfr FOR BUYERS IN FOOTWEAR 1. Style and.. fit. 3rd. Manufacturer's ' " We- - have them all. but not le ast ) PRICE. co-ooerati- on Quality of material and workmanship. JL with the retailer. - (Last " Our 3tore was.crpwded Saturday, Feb. 17th because we were saving our customers from 50c to $1.50 on every pair of Shoes purchased. Why. pay $4.00 and $5.00. for Shoes that you can get from us at$3.00 and$3.50. Made by the. best Factory in the world. The Bering Shoe Co. of Cincinnati, O. When Ficeiloiu loft her ancient home. Betrayed, dethroned by those she'd blessed; Xo longer Queen in Greece mid Home, She toiijrht an empire in the Wet. Ask your doctor how often he prescribes an alcoholic stimulant for children. He will probably say, "Very, very rarely." Ask him how often he rcribes a tonic for them. He will probably answer, "Very, very frequently." Then ask him about AVer's Sarsapanlla as a tonic for the young. non-alcohol- ic Ask Yomr Ooctor Tie !k 10 Seat-- ; A s 55.W Nu-Bu- ck For Ladies $4.5 Velvet Brown.... $4.50 Tans, 16 button Specials For Saturday .$3.5e In Britain' Ile she fixed her way: tes throughout tie M.i'.tb iiu.i race of f icemen there she reared. conceded by pre-- s and puoHc Who stronger grew froin day to day Mster team now piny: repertoire. Xor tyrants ever loj'ed or feared. Then to a Iaiv.il hafore unknown They crossed with tier tJie .stonm, i- price- - for 'JO t!iM vm attraction and wii vvv. .10 pert-Sto-- e . t; a'u at Strode Ini.s M Velvet Black White.Shoes...$4.W $3.59 $3.00 M Hi SIM White Canvas.. All our $3.06 and $3.5 Gun Metal and Patent Shoes $2.06. .Our running expenses being very small we lf give you the regular profit paid for the same class of footwear one-ha- seas; The precious .ieed in Europn'sc.-wBrought forth new fruit their God to please. But "of all whov'e deeds for Freedom done There's none surpasses Washington. All New L.ul:e aviH bo admitted free Moml.iv "V ft hv ine The openuitr play Monday. :auh:. m;;ht when accompanied I'a-rto Hiche-l- " a ton paid :'0 eeut ticket, same mti- -t be befoce, (i p. ta. Moiwtyj;. Fv act comedy dramu depicting rp.nl lift. ?i tlw. rnli-.l- i -- i'fiitv Juiv rF for 0 etllt-fn V.v.-.ri. Wc invito ysu ta cs prices with others. at our Store and take a look and compare our Fttt Form Educator Shoes For Children Fence Fence Fence We have the most complete line in Kentucky. We sell the OLD STANDARD MAKE. Our prices are right, see us before buying. COAL, CORN, OATS, HAY, SALT, BARB WIRE Salesmen: 3- PATTERSON The - Ray Patterson Charley Finnell Minter Wheeler Clarence Bean 8 FINNELL Scion Shoes for Men S. T. F. Winchester Monument Werk. a home enterprise, can please you with prices and good work. WHEELER SISTERS $3.50 and $4.00 StpThSvesYou Money., 11. N. MAIN STREET. m 910 (. !( " r :! t i BIG STOCK COMPANY also ran brick yards and fisheries.. struggle. BLACKSM1THING. T WINCHESTER NEWS At bis death, ' be held 124 slaves Thus away the man Gt d supported by The Wheeler When you want good horseshoeing to his will were to had left fatherless that' his country which their own 'big stuck company or any kind of repair work, don't Office, 109-1South Main Street, lie freed at the death of liHs wife might call him Father. of sixteen acting people and forget that we do all kinds of work C. C. PERKY. which occurred three years later. six vaudeville acts ct.mes to the Winchester, Kentucky. blackthat is done in a first-claweek. His object in this was to pieveiit smith shop. Reasonable prices; all Opera House all next Jellico Coal, known wherever coal thoso that had married from being The Wheeler Sister'.' Company i Daily, Except Sunday. work guaranteed. Your patronage is used, may be found in our jrpcrtoirc separated. T. M. Domigan, corner one of 'the stiongest solicited. matt6r, "Entered as second-cla- ss yards. iPr.ompt. delivery and Special today. was For several yearsWa-hiiigtut- i Winn avenue, opposite D. S. Gay's shows on the road November 28, 1908, at the postoffice honest weights. -- ccuery and electrical effects aie a member of the Virginia warehouse. in Winchester, Kentucky, tinder the J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. carried for each production. Like many of the Southern plantatct of March 3, 1879." MEAL! MEAL!! MEALMI The vaudeville program of this tion owners he was opposed to independence but was ready to fight When in need of any meal don't company is in itself a treat. The Both Phones 91. rs aie the feature of for the constitutional rights of the A WARNING AGAINST WET FEET forget that we have the old fash- Wheeler colonists. Soon after the news of ion water mill stones and do custom the program of six acts, are the favSUBSCRIPTION RATES: Wet and chilled feet usually allee: grinding. T. M. Domigan, opposite orites where ever they have played. the battle of Lexington, Wahingon By Mall. Avasappointcd Commander in Chief the mucous membrane of the nose, David Gay's warehouse, on corner This talented team rf versatile tluroat land hing.s and la grippo, fWinn avenue. n-vounj coinedienues are big favor- Daily, one year $3.00 of the American forces. He hasten bronchitis or pneumonia may result. Six. Months : 1.50 ed to the camp at Cambridge and j Wok comma ml uudc,r 'iho famous Wat eli carefully, particularly the One Month stubHe now compelled the children, and for the racking elm tree. Payable in Advance. born coughs give Foley's Honey and evacuation of Boston but was driven inm:; KiPfcR Kfcf fitSLtlTt.i IUK i JK-- H from Xew York and retreated across Tar Compound. It soothes the ASVcRrisiitG cr the flamed membranes, and .heals the Xew Jersey. coughs quickly. Mrs. A. A. Swagel, Xo General has showed better Kroh, Wis., saj's: "It always give Get a 25 Cent Bottle Now and generalship than did Washington. CFFICCi. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound to Forever Stop Falling Hair, Itching UZW YORK ANO CHICAGO lie always shared the hardships of Scalp-anDandruff niy children. It cures their coughs BRANCHES IN ALi. THK PRINCIPAL CITIC his men and would not accept pay. and colds and they like to take it." lie, however, kept account of his For Sale by All Druggists. If you Wish to Double the Beauty d WASHINGTON GEORGE personal expenses which were of, your Hair in Ten Minutes surely by Congress. Try a Danderine Hair Cleanse They dc say Yellow Jacket Coal is George Washington, the man that- would Under circumstances the hottest thing on earth, and a. whope birth we celebrate today, was have quelled a less ardent 'spirit Your hajr becomes light, wavy, fluffy, trial will make you a steady customer abundant anl appears at coft, lustrous and born in West Jloreland county, Vir- Washington carried out his camJ. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. beautiful as a young giii's after a Danderine hair cleanse. Just try this moisten a cloth ginia, 180 years ago today, February paigns. From the evacuation of with a liulc Danderine and carefully draw it 22, 1732. He was the bon of Au- Boston to the surrender of York-tow- n through your hair, taking one inall strand at a time. This will cleanse the lair of dust, gustine Washington and bis second he was in need of men and supdirt, and excessive oil and in just a few ASK MR. BROWN wife, Mary Ball. His grandfather, plies and ibeset by the cabals of moments yoa have doubled 'the beauty of . '. your lninJohn Washington was Mayor of other officers. A dclidhtful'surprisc awaits rarticularly Northhampton, Kngliuul. By the aid of powerful allies, howthose who lave been careless, whos; hair The Washington family were roy- ever, he brought the revolution to a Here's Some Important News For has been neglected or is scraggy, faded, dry, hrittlc or thin. Besides beautifying the hair alists and lied from the dreaded happy close. Men Who. Are Growing Bald. at once, Danderine dissolves every particle of dandruff; cleanses, purifies and invigorateGeorge's father died Cromwell. He now retired to Mount Vernon scalp, forever stopping itching ind s-the when he "was but 12 years old. 'He which lie had visited but once in 8 ll'cople who have taken our word falling hair. Try as you will, after one implication of was brought up by bis mother, who yjears. He tisiiled Iris Wcsb Vir- for it that PAR1S4AX SAGK is the dandruff ir Danderine and planned the real hair grower, - beautificr and a loose' or you cannot find any scalp will his education. ginia possessions also superintended falling hair, and. your never itch, but what will please you niost Her fitness to train liim is well at- Potomac and James river canals, dandruff cure liavc never been diswill-bafter a few weeks' use when you will tested by. the man himself. and endowed Washington College at appointed. Here's the word of a actually see new hair fine and downy at first yes but really new hair' sprouting all At. fbo age of 13 he wrote one Lexington, Virginia, for a University. person who took our word: over the scalp. Danderine makes the Jiair hundred and ten maxims to be his I Washington proposed commercial "1 have been using PAIMSIAX gro-.long, heavy and luxuriant and we" can through ) life j conventions which led to the consti- - AGE about a year. When I beg.m prove it. If you care for pretty, soft liair guide of conduct and lots ofjt surely get a 25 cent, bottle, cf. George was comjuifioned niidr-liip- -' utional convention in 1787 Hj was to use it I bad only a light 'fuzz.' cn Knowltons Danderine from any druggist ' ' man but refused the place because j president, of the convention and my head. Now I have a 'good thik or toilet counter, ahd'just try it. tid (he constitution was the, only growth, and it is growing thicker and of the disapproval of bis mother. he spent much time with safe guard against auarohy and longer right along. After this Many people Ms brother, Lawrence, He was inaugurated don't believe it can ibc done, but 1 and with civil war. Lard Fairfax, who owned large es President of the United States in know from my own experience v.itli tates in Virginia. In 1748, he be- - Xew York City, April 30, 1780. PARISIAN .SAGE that it can; I recWashington was tix feet two in- ommend it in the fullest confidence " gan a survey of these estates. 3Ie FAMOUS INDIAN RIVER FLORIDA was in peril Croiu- the rifles of In - ches high, had brown hair and blue Gainsc Brown; 708 North Filnioie dians and "suattem" throughout , eyes, a large bead and a strong arm. street, Maryvalle, Mo. ORANGES. the time he was employed. During ne Was n graceful horseman and a The above statement was made to the seven yeans war at the age of lij skillful hunter. His demeanor was Dr. C. D. Koch, of the Koch PharmaAll Kinds of Garden. Seed A Full Supply Hie was appointed Adjutant with rank grave and his judgment was sound. cy, Maryvillc, Mo., April 1911. Large as bottle 50 cents at Phillips Drug He and "Lady Washington" bf Major. oyer a Store and druggists everywhere. It." the only she was styled, presided Soon after this he made ea voyage of bis life with his broth- court much more formal and stately is guaranteed. E. Tenn. 106 Home Phone 314- er, Lawrence, to the Baibadoes. than Ve have today. terms-issui- ng his Xot long after this trip his brother He served two FURS!!! FURS! FURS!! died. :farewell, address in 179G. Will pay yontbe. Highest Cash He now retired to Mount. Vernon, In 1734. at the age of 22, WashPrices for your. Pars. conwnanded a regiment but his rest was of short duration. ington Don't buy car until you have, investigated the J. W. HISEL against the French. He was with When troubles arose with France he - Bridge. Junk Shop. Buick line. We have cars ranging in price from Braddock when be was ambushed was again called to the command No. 23. North Maple st the price. $S.5CKto. $1S.00, nothing quite as good July 9, 1733. Dining the battle four of the American army. In DecemEast Tennessee Pbqne215, Horai,' bullets passed through his clothes ber. 1709, he w,ns much exposed. Ask anyone who owns one. and two horses were killed under Contracting ' acute laryngitis, he Phone 598. full line of Tires and Tubes, We carry in stock him but he escaped. It is a peculiar gradually .sank until Ins death, Deand all kinds of Auto supplies. Our prices are right, ' Getting any eggs? ' Suppose you fact that Washington never received cember 14, 1790. give us trial. Among his last words were these: try Purina Chicken Chowder a while a wound in b'attle. lie married Mrs. Martha Curtis, a ''I die bard, but I am not afraid to and watch results. Purina Chick wealthy widow in 17;'50. sro." Givinsr soihe directions to his feed is best for younj chicks, just He now'resigned bis military com- -j pick about hi?, burial he placed his what they need to make them grow. missions oil improved his estates. Jhand upon his own pulse and passed J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. East TBn.244 Horn Phone 21 Wheat and tobacco were raised. Hcto the great beyond without a ... pa-sse- d Si-te- rs coii--wti1! ss te As.-embSi-tess BEDFORD & TUTTLE Yards- WAU. STRF.CT "BROADWAY Both Phones r3i OUR SPRING LINE OF MANHATTAN SHIRTS Are now ready for your inspection. You will find them correct and just what you want. A LITTLE DANDERINE WILL MAKE YOUR HAIR LUSTROUS $1.50 XO $3.50 You will also find just the fit you have been looking for in our new stock of Stetson Hats just arrived. SOFT, FLUFFY, ABUNDANT $3,50 TO $5.00 Don't miss our end season specials in Suits and Overcoats. Will close these out below cost. You are the loser if you pass these by. CLOTHING CO. reim-bnre- - ZELLNER-BLOOiViFIEL- D Oxy- - Ao.etyli.ire Welding Of Automobile Parts. I have installed v Specially Adapted to Welding Automobile Parts, such as cylinders, crank cases and all other parts of Automobiles, Milling' Machinery, Farm Machinery, Gas Engines, Etc. We weld all metals, with the and they are as strong or stronger than new. guaranteed. Oxy-Acetyli- ne a Modern Welding and Cutting Outfit Torch All work TRY HOLLAR'S SPECIAL COFFEE We handle the CHAS. HAGAN, Machine, and Repair Warks, Corner Broadway and Highland of, r a. In 1911 every fifth car sold was a Ford. In 1912 every third car manufactured will be a Ford. Whatdoes it look like for 1915 ? i -- INDIAN FIELDS, KY. & a at U-18-4- a are flow located in ournewtjuarters on WE Main Street, Oliver's old place recently'North occupied by Powell & Hughes and are better prepared than ever to furnish Coal, Lime, Sand, Sewer Pipe, , anu o.uil. Jatns, riaster, a - WINCHESTER GARAGE RQYSE.&, 23 BOONE PHONE Buys a Good JEWELER cam First-Class 3f WwpliesUr Opera House ONE NIGHT ONLY F Every Day Watch CALL AND SEE IX -1- f ARTIS & CD - CLASSIFIED 'AMfEimtUfHTl a ataak a II FRIDAY, FEB 23, 1912 The Show that Never Grows Old Ic a wwtf fir zc a war far sartleiu. nrilC-k- l dPTIDUN THE FAMOUS A PAIR COUNTRY KIDS ftc wra faf. apak. strUaa. 10c a WKi par amtt. Scattcrei hwarlaaa, la par aaM pal InserUm. Cfathlni Intartai far. has lhaa ta C IETY out-of-to- far tou thaa B TRACY AND STOKELY, A IAR6AIN. I , r 41 ' ' t A Comedy Drama in 4 Acts Special Scenery Singing and Dancing OUR NEW LINE Stung One day I met a maiden fair, With golden locks byond compare; I XTote an ode upon her hair, Enthralled quite by her tresses rare. I lost my heart, but didn't care. I called one fatal morning where She lived, to lay my secret bare, All unannounced by trumpets Ware. To go again I'd never dare, For when I met her on the stair Her elm ruling tresses were not there; She'd left them hanging on a chnii. somewhere. Maysvillc Ledger. of "Home, Sweet Home," the floor was covered with boairtifujly gowned maidens and stalwart gentlemen, swaying gracefully to the music. The dance extended to the wee small houns of the .morning. Among the guests were: Miss Letitia Wanren, of Danville; 'Mr. 'GraJiam Young and Mr. Sledd, of North MiddJetown; Mr. Wihuut Prcwitt, of Mt. Sterling; Mr. Cox, of Lexington; Messrs. John Day and Clifford Hagenneycr, of State College, "Miss Bctbie Byrd, of Lexington; Mr. Jason Redmond." of Paris; tMr. Bryan Ballard, of LexDelicious Menu. ington; Mr. Joe Davis, of Paris; Mr. The ladies of the Central Baptist Wiy. Evans, of Richmond; Mr. Harchurch will serve the following menu rison Scott, of Lexington; Mr. Gilon Saturday in Miss Lizzie Taylor'.-stor- e ford Brock, of Epper.-riSchool room: House: iMrsses Catherine Withers, of Oyster soup Roast chicken Lexington, Jessie Bundren, of Lex-inCoITcj Hot rolls Annitta Oarranza, of Spain, and Custard and cake Ruth Seblt, of Lexington. ' -- Specialties A Big Fun Night with Your Old Friends OF- 6 5 WOOL AND WORSTED DRESS GOODS "HlandTRIXlE THE KIDS POPULAR PAICES 4 rooms; ourbuilding3, lot 30x150 ; cistern gas, here is a , rents at $10 per month; j chance cent oaiyour to net 10 per investment. umce in Jdcaiaowney xwuowb BOTH PHONES If sold at once; house o NOW ON DISPLAY. 35c and 50c THESE ARE THE 4 FCR. RENT My olil house, of tea rooms on Maple street. Apply to A. J. Earp. v -tf VERY LATEST ": GALLERY 25c FANCIES AND STYLES, FOR SALE or EXCHANGE For down town property or farm, a nice 7 room house with water, gas, meat house, nice barn, plenty fruit and three extra lots. Todd Bros. OPERA ITOUSE WE INVITE YOUR EARLY INSPECTION. Next Week Commencing g; MONDAY, FEB. 26 j j STRAYED Fiom my farm on the iPar's pike one red weight about 700 pounds. Information to his whereabouts Calloway will be appreciated. ed Delightful Dance The Washington Birthday dance given by the young men of the city "at the Auditorium Wednesday evening was the source of much pleasure and enjoyment. The music was furnished by Sax-to- n Reception Postponed The reception which was to have been tendered by the Winchester W. C. T. U. to Mrs. Nora B. Tavlor. -f State Treasurer, has been postponed on account of the inclement weather "THEWHEELER SISTERS Car, ford. MONEY -tt ' TO LOAN. on real estate. Long term. Easy payments. Ap- -. ply to JJobbins, News office. 16 6 - PEOPLE - 16 Acts 6 FOR RENT .Tour rooms at 306 S. Main street. Goo'd garden and stable. Apply to T. J. Bradley or Mrs. I. A. Shirley. FOR SALE A coming iPcrcheon mare; weight 1200 lt3. Floyd W. Chiy. Indian Fields, Ky. i ! and Trost's Orchestra, of Lex- - Big Vaudeville Miss Christine Bramblelle, of Paringlon. iFrom fche first dance, which open--e- d is, is visiting her siMer, Mrs. C. C. with t!ie alluring strains of "O, Bobbins. Mr. George Lancaster has return- ?Yoir Beautiful Doll," to the last echo -- ARTIS & CO. ed fnim a tives in Paris. vi.--it OPENING PLAY "From Rags to Riches" SPRING COATS ! to friends and i da- Henry Preston, the on of iMr. and who has !been so bright liltla airs. W. A. BriK-k- , dangea-oilill for the' past iveeb, is slightly improved. Mr. J. II. Letton, Jr. o Jackson, who is ill of typhoid fever at the home of his pnrentsf iMr. and Mr.--. J. II. Letton, in Lexington, is getting on nicely. iMr. Letton is a brother of Mr. J. R. Letton, of this city. Mr. Winifred W. Cox, of Stjtte University, visited his aunt, Mrs. W. T. Perry, on North Slain street, for the daiico Wednesday 'night. 3Ir. Louis Judah, of the firm of Jndah & Fcld, is in Cincinnati on business. Miss Ida Feld isjll at her home at tractive Mrs. J. C. Toler, of the corner of Alabama and Hickman Galebboio, 111. streets. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Civis of Mr. If. II. SwalUeld, of U:e Gb.be Winn avenue, are being congratulaTailoring Company, of Cincinnati. O., ted on the birth of u line 'bow will arrive Friday, and will be at Weight 0 4 pounds." Patterson & Finnell's store on busi' SpringVwill soon be here and you ness. ;Mr. Jacob Zellncr, of the inn of will be too busy to buy that new bug& Co., was here gy.. .Better come in Monday and pick for several days, looking over his one out of J. R. Martin Coa & Supbusiness, and is now in the East, ply Co.'s complete stock. gue.-i- t, 1-Zellncr-Uloonifiehl 2 Prices 10, 20 & 30c Ladies will he admitted free Monday night when accompanied by 1 paid 30c ticket. Same must be bought at the advance sale before G p.m. Monday. - f ! LOST Black velvet containing key and papers. Pleas return to Mrs. Jno. S. Rainey. poeketbook A new modern built FOR RENT house centrally located; possession middle of March. Apply to 27-6- t Bobbins at News office. STry Hob To Get In OfOca Hours S purchasing spring stock. y Mr. Ray Patterson will leave Likely you will want some work for Cincinnati, in the inteiesl puLup in the cemetery before Decoof the firm of Patterson & Finncll. ration Day. Why not get the WinMiss Sue IJucckuer entertained chester Monument Works to do it .' with a party at the Lyric on Wednesday afternoon, in hoxior of her at- 'Mi.n-da- FOR RENT Four or five rooms, gas and cistern. Homo phone 66 or apply at No. 116 North 'Highland. 2rl3-- t hL Pnoat T96. 9 to 12 A DR. M. L. MYERS, DENTIST, FUtk Floor .McEldowBsy Bclldln'. WANTED Young men wanting a musical education at very- littte cost should join Modern WoodTOB of America Band and Orckestra. WINCHESTER, KY. Three Specials in Ladie's Shoes ..Old Hickory and Studebaker wag. We are J. M. STEVENSON ons need no comment. Attarney-at-Laagents for both. J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. 60 S. Main St. Winchester. x w For particulars apply Geo. director, at Barnes' Grocery or Or. K. II. Bush, president, Fr.iternilv Biiildiug. Ky. FOR SALE The Big Run CoaL tfca best on the market; yards oa West Clark Countjr ConBroadway. ll-28struction Company. -4 THIS WEEK All of the latest models in Spring Coats maybe seen at bur store at lower prices than they can be secured-els- e com-- ? HOW COLD AFFECTS E. E. LO0MIS Auctioneer McEldowncy Building, Winchester, Ky. to close out a few styles' before we will offer you the opportunity to pick from three styles of Ladie's Shoes that , are marked below cost. order IN Spring THE KIDNEYS. Avoid taking cold if your kidney-ar- e sensitive. Cold 'congests the kidneys, throws too much work upon them, and weakens their action. Sekidney trouble and even rious raay result. Oright's disease Strengthen your kidneys, get rid of the pain artd" soreness, build them up by the timely use of Foley Kidney Pills- - They will cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble not beyond the reach of medicare. Ko medicine can do more. For Saleby AH Druggists. FOR SALE 100 extra nicelBaoda Island Red pullets and, coekrels. Home phone 813 -- A. -tf Calf, BLucher (X) were $4.50, now $2.50 Tan-Russia For Sale or Rent! Iisuie iii STROTH1VS h where in the city. s We have a (2) plete line of millinery. I I. Cravenette Button, . Shoes, were $3.50 and $4.00 " now $2.50 All (3) Black Misses Calf, low Shoes, were $4.00, row. . .$2.50 gardens, WINCHESTER CLOAK S SIT CO. Inc. A.,tM.; DQMB, LManager. These are our best makes of Shoes and we guarantee every pair for service. COME WHILE WE HAVE YOUR SIZE dwellings, blacksmith shop, 2 large in all about 2 acres of land. PENDLETON, BUSH, ft iff-AttarMys-a- t.Liiv Will sell at "a bargain if taken at once. See G. M. Glenn on the prem-lse- s. 5th Floor McEldowaej At Hunt, Kentucky, Clark county. G miles from Winchester, jn good pike and in neighborhood of very best graded schools, a moAt desira- FIRE INSURANCE ASM ie ble business property, consisting of REAL ESTATE AGENCY storeroom, stock of goods, 2 nice tfffica FrajtopMr Mic. Bpi" M OU REtUBU TQDD BROS., flome phone 472. j- Wlachastar y. liL " Wmehester, -l- o-Jmo Iv. j Elks Building Both Phones 364. 61 Wit Street fc j WINCHESTER, KY. HUTSELL & SMITH THE tEADING SHOE STORE RROW TfocA COLLAR tmmm Clactt.'Peakodr U Coofjar. MakcttTrar. R.T. Co Eulut mm oft fmt to Km to Mmami lm. nm -- MORE THAN WET" - WINCHESTER IDEA HVSTLC, BIG MASQUERADE At Auditorium Skating Rink THURSDAY NIGHT t THURSDAY NIGHT Big Masquerade; $5.00 FRIDAY NIGHT Most graceful gentleman in gold to 1st; pair Richardson Skates to 2nd; $1.00 skater $2.00 worth skate tickets; most graceful worth skate tickets to 3rd. lady skater $2.00 worth Skate tickets. AFTERNOONS 2 TO 5 ADMISSION AND SKATES 10 CENTS J 4 NIGHT 7 TO 10, ADMISSION 10 CENTS, SKATES 15 CENTS FIGHT DEAD GREA stroyed in tlic out.idrts of the city and. on tlie neaiuy plantations. The tornado approached Shrevc-port from, a path through two negro quarters and crossing Red river, struck two S5w where negro cabins, j plantations Wind Storm Sweeps Through Out- - barns and outhouses were destroyed -- Skirls Of Shrevepc-rt- , Destroying In. the city proper no damage was I I the Southwest, sweeping TORNADO Ladies' Specials in New Footwear Shown in Window Life and Property. 4v Hit. Other Towns done. The House voted down the Asher be the first thing taken up when the amendment almost unanimously, and Senate convenes Friday. Both the substitute bill was placed upon Houses adjourned over Thursday on I?, passage. It was adopted, seventy-- account of Washington's birthday. Governor Has County Unit Bill six to nothing. It is understood The House by a otc of 66 to the Senate will accept tho bill. the Graham County Unit Lo The Ilouse dcmontartcd that it cal Option Extension bill and it now is not favorable to measures by striking from the Senrtte Bill goes to the Governor for approval! creating the Department of J'anking This is the first platform measure to that section which provides t.'iat the be enacted into law. Deputy Bank Commissioner shall be of the opposite political party to the SHORTHAND Bank Commissioner. With this .section, stricken out the bill passed the Shorthand taught by Miss Grace House sixty to nothing, every Repub- Coyle. Thoroughness guaranteed. lican present voting for the b'.ti. Call at J. M. Stevenson's Law Office. The Corrupt Practices Act f Repv resentative Hamilton was bcLig discussed by the House when thp House adjourned. It will be the first thing WhnYNrBxkisLMe- -! taken up Friday. The Xeweomb Automobile b'll was. eg HiPl f fl FrOSTCR-MlLBUR- N being debated CO. again Wednesday BUFFALO , N . V. when the Senate adjourned a:d will 301C AMHTSlU... tf) ' Our stock of plows and repairs is better come in Courtday Shreveport, La.. Feb. 22. Eight and supply your needs fcr Spring Persons are dead and about fifty in- plowing. jured as the result of a tornado J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. which swept through the Western suburb of Shreveport late Tuesday. All the dead are negroes with the Have you ever seen the Mellim exception of the two months old ba- Toothless Harrow? Our customers by of A. J. Mnnheini, whose heme who have them say they can't hr. was demolished. beat. We also have a full line of The baby's body was found a disc and tooth harrows. block from the Mariheim residence. J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. -- 2t A number of negro cabins were de- Complete, 2-- ITCH! ITCH! ITCH! Scratch and rub rub and scratch t'ntll you feel as if you could almost t;ar the burning skin from your body until it seems as if you could r.o longer endure these endless days of awful torture those terrible nights sleepless asony. tf Then a few drops of D. D. D., tho famous Eczema Specific and. Oh! what rslief ! The itch gone instantly! Com-Ib- rt rest at last! D. D. D. is a simple external wasi cleanses and heal3 the inflamed r'.:in as nothincr else can. A recognized recific for .Eczema, Psoriasis. Salt IVs'cm or any other skin trouble. TVo can give you a full size hpttle D. for frcnuine rf theand the D. D. first remedy fails 1 1.00 very bottle if to frive relief it will not cost '0u a t'-.- $3.50 and $4.00 values in Tan, Suede and Patent Shoes, Napoleon Boots 16-Button Xi cent. TV Your Choice For $2.98 a Pair 6ay when yoa can get V. D. D.? for ai"!0 can 25 cent3. you a sample gieWhy sufTer anothere hot-t'- BIS For Sale By Strodes Drug Store. ANNOUNCEMEMENT OK Don't Fail to See Thfem. DIRECT PRIMARY Judah & Feld, OF Prop's. FIRST MASSIE, The Shoe Man (Frankfort, LA GRIPPE, BILL PASSES HOUSE Only 1 0 ire Days THE STAR STORE To whom this may be of interest we take this means to remind you that the prices we quoted last week on merchandise will hold good until March 1st FOR CASH ONLY. THEN BRONCHITIS. Read a few of the mauy bargains we have for you and sec if it isn't to your interest to visit the Star Store at once. lie Cotton Bats 75c $1.5! Comforts. $1.25 SIM Comforts $1.75 $3.5 Comforts 35c Ladies Underwear17jc 25c 5c Men's Underwear 35c SIM Ladies' Sweaters 35c 75c Men's Jersey Shirts 15e Children's Stockinfs8sc Children's Stockings. 6 Jc S4.M Knee Suits. allwool$2.0O $2.51 Heavjr Pants for Men$l.W We have about 50 Ladies' tailor-mad-e Suits left, ranging in price from $12.59 to $25.00. These are this Fall's styles. Coaie in and pick your choice, $5.08 to $10.60 only. One lot of Ladies' Cloaks this 6c c-- lC - $3.66 Corduroy Pants for Men $1.50 $2.00 Heavy Shoes for La$1.00 dies $2.50 Dress Shoes for La$1.56 dies $4.00 Dress Shoes for Men $2.75 $3.68 Hats for men $1.50 35c Caps 15c $5.00 Ladies' Skirts, Black $2.75 or Blue 75c Men's Sweaters 35c Don't forget that we want to close out every piece of Men's Clothing, as we are going to discontinue same, so if you want a Suit, come in, pick it out and name the price. These are only a few of the many bargains we are offering and you must visit the store to appreciate the values we are offering you: Such was the ease with Mrs. 'V. S. Hailey, McCreary, Ky. "My wife ivas taken down with a severe attack of la grippe, which run into bronchitis. She coughed as th she had consumption and could not sleep at night- - The Doctor's mediciuc-:;avCotton Seed Meal, the king of 'her no relief and I was advised feeds, is rapidly gaining headway ir. to try Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. The Jirsft bottle gave her st. this section. Properly fed, it is a ranch relief that alio continued usin? great milk producer. J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. t and three bottles effected n permanent cure." Mr. W. S. Bailey say? he is prepared to answer all inquirTOM COWAN BACK. ies promptly. Tom Cowan, the popular barber, is For sale by All Druggists. back at his stand in the iMcEldcwney Huilding aud is now Teady to- - serve Our stock of harness contains just his old friends and customers wheie what will suit both your needs and you will always get prompt and first your pocketbeok, see us Courtday. class service. J. R. Martin Coa! & Supply Co. c Ky., Feb. 22. The dibill passed the House rect priuuyj; FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! Wednesday without a dissenting vote. The bill, as amended, carrias Will pay you the Highest Cash an emergency clause and when passPrices for your Furs.. ed by the Senate wil lhave an import-J. W. H1SEL ant bearing on tho Congressional Bridge Junk Shop primary in the Seventh District. No. 23 North Mapie st The bill aL-- o contains a provision East Tennessee Phone 215, Horn for the appointment of election offPhone 596. that safeguards candidates icers Bankrupt Stock of Rosa Frank Most 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 Men's Men's Men's Men's Fall's styles, ranging in price up to $15.W. Your choice $5.06 hand the choicest Timothy hay, a"d our price? ..Seeds! Seeds!.. We buy only the are as low as possible. . . best on the market; we can't afford J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. to effer our trade impure seeds. Try us. .. J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. THE SOUND SLEEP OF GOOD HEALTH FURS! Will, We have always on Not only do we offer bargains in all heavy goods but will guarantee to save you from 10 to 20 per cent on all our spring goods, such as Dry Goods, e Shoes, Dresses, Waists, Etc., Etc. that are arriving daily. One-oiec- FURS!! your FURS!!! pay the Highest Casi HISEL Prices for yonr Furs.. J. Ww A. EXTRA SPECIAL-- We Matfy-TrifHrntdH- are (tine ti save you are receiving daily Ladies' & Misses' Nowladies.hfre is where we can and money. Come in and look. Bridge Junk Shop, No. 23 North Maple st. East Tennessee Phone 215, Home Phone 596. ll-18-4- JUDAH & FELD, Proprietors 7 So. Main Street OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. , WINCHESTER, KY, Don't forget us when in need of corn and oats. We handle the best the market affords and sell on a very close margin. J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. 2-- -- 2t Is not for those suffering from kid-r.e- y ailments and irregularities. The prompt use of Foley Kidney Pills will dispel backache and rheumatism, heal aud strengthen sore, weak and ailing kidneys, restore normal action, and with it health and strength. Mrs. M. F. Spalsbary, Sterling, 111., says: "I suffered great pain in my back and kidneys, could not sleep at night, and could not raise my hands over my ihead. But tsvo bottles of Foley Kidney Pills cured me. Foley Kidney Pills Tiave piy heartiest endorsement." For Sale by All Druggists. from unfair treatment by .party com mittees and election boards. No Fixing Election Officers An amendment which was put in the bill provides that twenty-fiv- e p?r cent of the candidates may unite and compel the committees to appoint one election officer of their selectitn in each precinct aud that fifty per cent of the candidates may get two i.flicers, and by writ of mandnmu. in peremjtory proceedings, the selection of these officers may be enforced. These arc the important provisions that were contained in the Thompson bill that passed the olluse. and "for which Mr. Thompson stood out in the joint conference. Thompson Explains Bill. When the Eaton Primary Bill passed by the Senate came up in the House as a special order, Represen, author tative Charlton Thbmps-onof the House primary bill, explained the provisions of the substitute bill agreed on by himself and Senator MEN'S SUITS $ 5.00 Suits, now.$ 2.50 3.75 7.50 Suits, now 5.00 10:00 Suits, now 7.50 15.00 Suits, now 20.00 Suits, now 19.00 MEN'S PANTS Men's $2.50 Pants cuUto.J1.25 Men's 3.00 Pants cut to. 1J59 Men's 4.00 Pants cut to. 2.W Men's 5.00 Men's 6.00 Pants cut Pants cut te. 2.5 to. 3.N 1-- 10O Boys' Knee Suits at Just 2 Price A Big Stock of Ladies', Children's and Men's" Shoes at Less than Manufacturers' Line. v Store Fixtures. Our handsome Store fixtures must go r ' own price. 2 latest style Floor Show Cases, 6 good Counters. 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