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Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): February 23, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 win1912022301_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 23, 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. " i ' , . ' ' x R , i " T EDITION i VtLVME 7; Ne. 107. i n ww i Ail .tti ti i WINCHESTER, ARE STER NEWS VERNON KINDRED i WEATHEB . urday. KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, ISI2. company of women inspired by love 2 CENTS A COPY; $25,000 and He did not seem greatly perturbed over the xlillieulty in which he is involved. $J(),000. II CENTS A WEEK ih the CROWD ATTENDS SALE la Spite ef Inclement Weather, The Prices Fer Live Steck And Farm nts Are Geod. H. IL Wafts, auctioneer, reports c, stale" of E. K. Alien, near on Wednesday, February 21, as attended by a large . crowd, in epite of tlie worst weather of the season. IPiiccs were as follows: 30 bead of COO pound heifers, $27.50 per head. work mule?, Pair of $390. 1 horse mule, $178. 1 mule, 156. Beek-BerviU- cense was secured Vanhook requested the cleifc to withhold it from publication. In 1910 Vanhook was selected to teach the school at Trapp. He made nn excellent teacher and was popular with the patrons of the school. Vanhook's teaching, however, was his undoing, for a State Inspector looking over the "books in County Su perintendent Lanier's otlice saw tlie man s name and recognized him as the husband of a destitute wife and the father of three children in Pu-' laski county. MASQUERADERS nunoied, is between . ( "That man teaching school here and his wife and children starving!'' exclaimed the Inspector. In order to verify his discoveries, the Inspector directed Superintendent Lanter to write to Pulaski. This he did and found that Vanhook was the same man. Mrs. Vanhook and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oak, were notified that Vanhook had a living wife and "Jersey eow, S(i.' suit was brought for divorce, charg Cow and calf, $56. ing Vatihook with bigamy. It is 30 shonts, weiglit about 125-tbs- ., said that Mrs. Vanhook would not $5 per head. have brought the suit, had she not Several brood sows, $10 to $16 been urged to do so by her parents. 'each. The warrants states that Oaks 25 ewes with lambs, $7.25 each. was first informed of his son-iLot awes without lambs, $5 to $G. law's other wife in April, 1911 a Corn in crib per barrel. period of four years after the mar-- ', Lot of Plymouth Rock hen J, 45c to riagej that Mrs. Oaks questioned 5pc each. Vanhook about his previous wife and Farming implements sold at good that he left soon after and has not prices. since been back to this city. n$-- THE WHOLE SHOW from committees devoted to "Preservation of Historic, Spots," to of Child Labor," to forming Large Crowd is Present For Affafr of children's patriotic societies bear at Auditorium, Which Proves to be witness to the fact; ' Iu all these movements Kentucky's Daughters a Big Success. have borne their part. Kentucky's r laws for the suppression, of a large crowd was present for the arc among Hh4 best in the masquerade at the Auditorium skat ing rink on Thursday night, and the union. Her contribution to the cause originality of the ideas and skill in of patriotic education in tlie moun-- n considerable the execution of the costumes were tain districts have be: and are annually incyastng. the so nice of much comment. In marking historii spots, the D. The first prize was awarded to A. R. have been untiring, Kentucky Miss Carrie McEiwan who as a country girl wasi the very imperson- being singularly rich in jilnccs of heroic interest. Each hnptcr is deation of the bucolic belle. voted to the aecomplijiment of some d Miss Carrie Leo Warner, who off the first prize at the foimer special work. Ono 6f the youngest, masquerade, was awarded tlie second Hart Chapter of Winchester, has- not prize at Thursday night's affair. She leen idle. Each year, has made lib eral donations to souibern educationwas attired as a witch. Mr. Chas. Locknanc, as a trapper, al woik, has given, annually, a medal in our public school to- the pupil won the third prize. "Sup-prM-ichild-labo"car-rie- of country. mi iiio spienaia ! AUDITORIUM reports OPEN pitibiis'lieu BADLYJURNED Gas Jet Explodes in Engine The Auditorium will be open as Jacob Speyer is Informed usual Friday night, the fire in tbe Assistant Cliicf Brown and Spey- afternoon causing no material dam- szv went directly from the Union Room Station, whero they arrived at tiui'i In the mile championship race, which was a good one, Mr. Albert Graves came out ahead. This entitles 'Mr. Graves to entrance for the championship contest to be given on the evening of February 28. E TREAT AT MEMRIAM According to friends of the conple Two ef the Most Wonderful Misthey were very 'happy together and sionaries in The World Will Speak it is not believed that Mrs. Vanhook In This City Sunday. desired a separation. Mr. Oaks would probably not have Sunday will be a notable day at Died, on February 14, at his home prosecuted Vanhook, further than the Fiist Christian church, of this near Key West, in Kenton county, to secure a divorce, had not the re- city. In the morning the speaker Mr.Henry T. Clemens, age about cent correspondence been discovered. will be A. E. Corey, President of the sixty yeans, and a brother of Mrs. University of Nanking, China. He J,iP. Osborne, of this city; a member coming events is a great orator. of "the Baptist church, a true and de" Royal J. Dye, shadows. In the evening, Dr.will voted Christian. Five sous and two tell of his Do'egne, Africa, of daughters and a host of loving woiliterful churcITTJirttlTrCongo iinnT The1 first presidential Boomers to friends are left to mourn the loss of arrive in this city are a number of in the heart of Africa. ft highly respected citizen. This church, many of whose memWe miss fliee from our home, papa buttons bearing the picture of Wood-roWilson and the inscription, "For bers were formerly s .ivagc cannibals, ROMANTIC dear. itself supports scvc::ty missionaries, President, 1912." We miss thee from thy place; not equalled by any other Mr. J. Smith Hays is distributing a record A shadow o'er our life is cast church in the .world. It was fouud-c- d the buttons. We miss the sunshine of thy face. by Dr. Dye, who is still its pastor Sweet and peaceful be thy rest Forget you we can never; Of Mr. Oliver Kash and Miss Mayme God called you, He alone knows best. NEGRO MAN CHARGED OF McLin, of Hazel Green, Reported His will be done forever. WITH GRAND LARCENY in This City. BV D. A. R. , cast '""the'ir having the highest average in history, has promised tcrt furnislj and maintain a mom in ouraproposed hos pital; has given to Associated Charities, and many other cluses. The true spirit and high aim of this society of D. A. IJ. are just beginning to be understood in our community and the prospejets of future is all that growth and earnest woj-t' . be could All the efforts of tke Danghter.-ar- e expended along iies singularly appropriate to the enc avor of wo-?- ir power to men who have it in .encourage in their re- so foster . m&H&rv-i-i spective coiWQunities (that sturdy love of countrv and her bct inter ests, which alone can create a demand for distinterested legislation, and which alone can supply the fusion fire, which will blend the diverse elements of our civilization into the great farce for international rood, which seems the fitting destiny of this Land of the Free. dc-erved- ... . w MEN A News- of the romantic , elopement Alex Skovgaard, Famous Danish and marriage of Miss Mayme McLin Violin to Give Concert Here Under to Mr. Oliver Kash has just reached And Executing a Chicken Which Auspices of Hart Chapter. here. VANHOOK Belonged to .Mr. J. C. M. Day. The bride is a granddaughter of (February Wednesday. 28, Mr. Taylor Day, of Hazel Green, and On A warrant was issued Thursday Skovgaard, the Danish violinist. a niece of Messrs. Floyd and John charging Raymond Blye, eclored, with Miss Ethel M:-- Wright, sopra- Day, of this city. She s but sixteen Is Swarn Out by Mr. John Oaks, with grand larceny for the alleged no, and Miss Alice MeClung, pianist, years of age, and because of her Chaffing Bigamy. Accused Was stealing of chicken from Mr. John will give a concert under the aus- youth, her parents objected to the C. 31. Day. The trial was fixed for pices of Hart Chapter, at 'the home marriage. Formerly Teacher at Trapp. Friday night in the Police Court. of Miss Mary Belle Field Miller. Mr. Kash and Miss MoLin eloped Determined to stop all communicaSkovgaard needs no introduction, Wednesday night, accompanied iy Blye has been in jail for some tion between his daughter, Mrs. lime, having been arrested on sus- as be is no 'stranger to the musical Mr. E. C. Kash, to Hedges. There Mary Vanhook, and hor alleged big- picion. When the negro was arrest- world having played by request bethey lured a horse and buggy at an amous husband, J. B. Vanhook, Mr. ed he bad blood on the southern end fore King Christian, of Denmark; enormous price, and drove into North Ha-koJofon Oaks, of Ford, this county, isof his Itrousers, (which the police King Oscar, of Sweden; King Middlctown where they were joined sued a, warrant for Vanhook, who is think came from a chicken whose Emperor Wil-hel- by Dr. J. A. Gilkcy, cousin of the of .Nomvay, and thought to be at Indianapolis. His violin is bride, who went with tbe young couof Germany. head he had pulled off. 'Blye, howto ever, explained the presence of the a Stradivarius and cat $13,000 ple to Chief MeCord sent the warrant Paris, where tlity look the the Chief of Police at Indianapolis blood by saying that his nose had The public deems it a rare privilege train for Cincinnati. but he .has received no word in re- been bleeding. to hear,Skovgaanl in Winchester. Mr. Kash is a young banker of gard to it and he fears that Vanhook It willibe a fitting time to bring be- Hazel Green. He is interested also has left the city. The chief telefore the public the noble work of the in educational work and'is a popular J. TAYLOR DAY'S STORE graphed to Indkuiapoflis late ThursD. A. R. The outlined work of the and highly esteemed young gentleTO GROUND. National Society includes some treBURNS day afternoon. man. He is a brother of Prosecutmendous undertakings of national ing Attorney Kelly Kash. Mrs. Vanhoo'.; is now critically ill A teland patriotic import, which will deat Lexington Mid ber death has been Mt Sterling, Ky., Feb. 23. The Ibride is a lovely and charming egram received here announced the mand for accomplishment both defeared. Mrs. Oaks went to Lexingyoung lady, and has many friends, ton and found that Vanhook had 'bumiiig of the large general store of voted effort and generous contribu- who extend best wishes. Creek, been writing endearing letters to her J. Taylor Day at Frozen tions of money. Tlie endeavors are Breathitt county. The large building of course shared by all the states daughter and determined to have the apeointed and contents of stock of goods, were with equal enthusiasm, and in menman arrested. totally destroyed, entailing a los.i of tioning them, Kentucky is included. Oaks states in the warrant that TO RECEIVE BIDS Vanhook has another living wife and $10,000 to $12,000. The first cause to which all chapInsurance of $5,000 was carried ters are requested to devote their three, children in" Pulaski county, who are said to be in destitute circum iu Hogman's Agency in this city. The energies is, of course, the completion H. Exans, Eli Dooley Arid F. F. stances owing to Vanbook's deser Day store was one of the largest in of Continental Hall, iu Washington, Goodpaster to Receive Bids For Eastern Kentucky. It is riot known where the Daughters will have, at tion. The Construction of a New Jail Va'nhook first came to this county how the fire originated. once, an official home beautifully For Clark County. as a book agent. While plying his adorned and a reverend memorial to Judge J. II. Evans, Eli Dooley aud trade at. Ford be met pretty Mary Mr. Day is d brother of Messrs. the ncble men and women or our F. F. Goodpaster, compose the comOaks, whom he by his smooth tongue Floyd and Jobn Day, o this city, country'5 early days. he has asd neat appearance induced to mar- - and is well known herej'-wberImportant as is its completion, it mittee appointed by the Fiscal Court ry Mao. The marriage took plaeiTinvmany friends who will regret to hear in no wise intereferes with the more to receive bids for the construction ? J1 1 of bis misfortune. iCarefc, 1907Khen the mama characteristic labors proper to a of a new jail for Clark county. WARRANT FOR - Raymond Blye is Accused of Stealing o'clock on. the Chesapeake & Ohio DEATHS AND train, which was an hour and fifty FUNERALS ment is Called Out. minutes late, to police headquarters, and Assistant Chief Brown made Mrs. Susan McMillan Veraon Kindred, aged IS, was j knowu his arrival over the telephone Mrs. Susan McMillan, aged eighty-fiv- e hurled for ten or fifteen feet and re of Jaeob Speyer, member of the firm years-- , passed away at the home ceived severe burns and bruises when of Speyer & Sons, who swore out a of her son, Jake Mopgerson, Wednesa gas jet exploded in ' he engine warrant for Sigmund Speyers arday, after a short illness, due to the room at the Auditorium at 2:30 Fri rest. infirmities of old age. She was a day afternoon. Young Kindred had A short time after their arrival at native of Madison, but had been a stopped in front of the door and was police headquarters, Jacob Speyer resident of Clark for the past forty buckling on his skate when the ex arrived there and, without taking up forty years. She was twice married. plosion occurred. a discussion with Sigmund Speyer in 3Ir. 3Iorgerson resides on the farm The boy wa.4 cut on the left hand, regard to the cause of his arrest, a of Mr. A. Howard Hampton, on the and back of the neck and bruised bail ibond was soon written by MagMuddy creek road. The remains about" the neck; both ears were also istrate Charles Dodd, the amount of were interred in the Shearer gravecut and his hair was singed. which was fixed at $500, and Mr. yard in that section Thursday. The fire department was called out Kaufman signed it. Con- mid the flames extinguished. Willizm Kindred Sig Goes to Hotel iderable damage was done id the William Kindred, aged 65 years. Sig Speyer then went to a hotel ensme room. away at his home near Ford and registered for the night, promis- pa-se- d ing to appear bsfore Judge Butler last Monday evening. Deceased had T. Southgate in Police Court at 2 been a resident of this county for the MR. CHARLTON o'clock Friday afternoon for his ex- past six years, moving here from Estill and purchasing a small farm IS CRITICALLY ILL amining trial. on the Ford and Hampton turnpike. Assistant Chief Brown said he had Several children survive him besides experienced no difficulty in having ' Aged Veteran Stricken With Paraly- the requisition papers for Speyers his 'wife. Mr. Kindred bad been afflicted for about four years wit'i sis While Seated at Table, And is rctrn honored by Woodrow Wilson, paralysis and for the past few of New Jersey, and aid Speyer was , mouths hud been in a hopeless conNot Expected to Recover. willing to return to Lexington. dition. The remains were taken to Mr. Charlton Lowe, one of Winhis old home in Estill connty Tueschester's 'oldest and "most highly esday for interment. teemed citizens was stricken with paralysis while seated at the supper CLASSIY TOO LATE table at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Charles I lagan, Thursday evenTHE LYRIC. ing, and is in a critical condition. How They Stopped the Run on Mr. Lowe is on old Confederate the Bank. (Selig.) Veteran, and is So years of age. Pals. (Essaney.) He came to this city a number of The House That Jack Built. (Lu-bin- .) years ago from North Middletown, wheic he omn a vahwblo fiiwn.- Children admitted for 5 cents Sat.MMMI His wife and three daughter. urday matinee. Mrs. Charles Hagan, and Misscss Cinderella Monday. First show Babe and Chailyc Lowe are living. begins at 2 o'clock. Mr. Lowe was on the streets Thurs.Tay and seemed in his usua ! FOR RENT 10 room house j'on good spirits. His left side and lfis South Main street ; modern convenpowei ; of speech are affected and he ience. C. G. Bush. is onlf" partly conscious. His many friend j are grieved at his condition. WANTED A young man with best Drs. B. F. Johnson and II. D. of reference, wants a position in Stubbbficld arc in attendance at his some office at a fair salary whero bedsit'e. it will be convenicut for bim to get off occasionally on other business. Apply C. C. Bobbins at this office. SPEYER BROUGHT -BSIG HHiBJBIHIIV of Auditorium, And Fire Depart- LOI J i ACK FROM THE EAST He Refuses to Talk About His Case Except to Say He Expects to Ad- just Matters. Lexington, Ky., Feb. 23. Assistant Chief of Police W. Malcolm Brown arrived in Lexington from New York City Thursday night, having as a prisoner Sigmund II. Speyer, n, who was arrested last week in as he was New Jersey, just about to sail for Europe, charged .vith having embezzled a large sum from the firm of Speyer & Sons, local hide and commission merchants. Within an hour after his arrival Speyer was- - released on a bond in the sum of $500, with Moses Kauflocal merchant, man, the well-knoas his surety, for, his appearance in Police Court Friday afternoon for examining trial. Refuses to Discuss Case. Speyer refused to discuss his case with the newspaper meu, further than to say he believed matters could be agreeably adjusted between himself aud the firm of Speyer & Sons, and that he did not apprehend any serious difficulty. He would neither deny nor confirm the statement that be had em bezzled money from the firm of Speyer & Sons, with whom be was confidentially employed for about eight years, and could not be drawn out as to whether he would make restitintion of the amount he is said to have enibszzled, which, it has been Miss Flora Nelson, leading lady with the Wheeler Sisters Big Stock WANTED White or colored girl to Company, at the Opera House all Charles Baknut. do housework. next week, commencing Monday, !Feb-rua102 Maple and Holly. 20. WANTED I want to rent a 6 or-- 7. room cottage, centrally located, with modem conveniences. Apply' to A. Fold. ry -tf Cincinnati, Feb. 22. Cattle n, Steady and quiet at unchanged prices shippers 5.50(?? 15.75, choice to extra $0.85(g;7; butcher steers, extra $0.10 good to choice $5.250. common to fair $4.255 ; heifers, extra good to choice $4.50 common to fair $34.25; $5.25, cows, extra $4.C05, good to choice common to fair $1.75 cauners $1.502.75; bulls $3.74, iteady and quiet: bolognas $4.25 $4.85, extra $4.905, fat bulU $4.75 5.25, milch cows easy and slow. Calves Active and strong; extra $9, fair to good $78.75, commor and large $48. Hogs Market active and strong: 1015c higher, heavy hogs $G.45 $G.u0, good to choice packers aud butchers $C.55(J.C0. mixed packers (jtli.oO, $4-1.5- ROOMS FOR RENT Apply at 136 College street, or call Home phone 341. -tf A PAIR OF COUNTRY KIDS.? 1 The pair of kld at the Winchester Opera House oii 'Friday night, from all reports are a lively pair and are ably managed and assisted by a competent company of ladies and gentlemen, as are all such high-clacompanies presenting rural The-- e companies should comedies. confounded with the coarse not be ss WMl e C and vulgar farmer plays that have been touring the country for years and whose principal merit is a noisy The latter day rural brass band. pleasing homespun affair play is a ea- -t of intelligent , iireseaten by a $(J.45(a.G.55. stags $35.25. comframed in a natural rural people and mon to choice heavy fat sows $4.25 atmosphere such as Te have all at light shippers $5.80 G.40.-- pigs some time in our lives been familiar-with- . (110 lbs. and less) $4.255.75. "A Pair of Country KdsT is Sheep Steady; extra $3.G5 of the latter chiss and will please $3.75, good to choice $3.25(a3.G0, the old and young andjs a real novyearlings $4.255.25. elty in many respects, and nre can extra $6.75 Lambs Strong; assure the patrons of the Winchescom$G.S5, good to choice $6(n6.85, ter Opera House that they will sure- ly get their money's worth ia watch mon to fair $1. 255.25. ing tne antics ot tne laas ior rwo hours and a half. ' WINCHESTER IDEA HUSTLE. (o-G- , r - ( IVr. 4 J ,.7 if K If f Hu' K K K K '' ' ME . WINCHESTER HEWS ., ftlrtChfettr, Kentucky. ,.r Pi t & Kr H " m B'; 3 6 Ml W mfcl g" KI P IJ W: '& 'mr'toil'' .7h7jr1J hipSSB ' ?NCAGO cross-eye- d, " i,nt flnu pain Protests Against Legislature Med- .arnings are EXPERT TAILOR dlihg With His- - Call For Primary or ache in the back, warns you the DaMy, Except SwUlay. ! ok. Gus j. Hunt, an expert taibi fnMhe Seventh District. Kidneys need attention if you woutf "er escape those dangerous repenting the Goldman-fema- n on: postoffiee Dropsy Diabctcs Kavember 28, 1908, Lexington, Ivy., lea. or Bright's 'dis- ;1)e .lt niy clotW lhC ky' once grennn Campbell Cautrill Timr,- case. Take Electric Bitters at take 01lei.m. tililm..ma(T; et of March 3, 18 9. akd see backache fly and all your day ni-- ht gave out the foU"w,nR sllitS) Prillay and s.ltur(llly. best feelings return. "My son re- - statement: P. H. DAVIS, leth Pfcen8 91. pe;ved gltfoenfit from their use for "To the. Democrats of the Seventh Congressional District:kidney an1 bladder trouble," writes tUKCRIPTION RATES: peer Bondy, South Kockwooa, Candid Declaration. "I would uot dejm Mr. Scdioberth's Wedne.day's great ldd- - ennl gearing in Mich., "It is certainly a lyMalL Try it. 50 cents Couirer-Jo.- u naL worthy of i.ilywcie plied Mrs. Torkins. "ir we owned right S3 00 ae" IWirr one vear up. I think most ot us would prerer Al1 Prnggists. at it not for the fact that he undertake.-. au , clm'e. ota ikuh- - maUl,w tlcli!ts" t 2m , Hickory and StudebaKer wag- - :)1 n:lture against me. Fiee concert. String band Sat- are We ons Heed no comment. "I desire to s:y that I welcome a agents for both. thorough investigation of the inbinn- - urday nftcrnoon. Everybody invit- .rt.sHipwftbi'McSfehlWiu.twi.iio. ' Vermilion & Long. ADVERVIS1NG EY THt Martin Coal & Supply Co. ations in Ids article and that I am cd. J. R. witih him, before th ready to go, $ Cool In Judgment I people of the Seventh District. CHU"CH' being'a saint, ke no professions of NEW 2ir (MMCM HiS&S2s a: rjrr ms - A ' ' -- , - schoberth mus headache! BUILDER'S HARDWARE ' . .."T!"?" ? W"estf' v lJ Gently But Tnorou9n,y CiWnse Your ...Liver, Stomach And Bowels And ,You Fcel Great By corning bilious, you have a throbbing tion in your head, a bad taste in your mouth, your eyes burn yo. skin is yellow, with darkyings uuder . yoiir eyes; your lips are Xo wonder you feel ugly, mean am ill tempered.. Your system is full of properly passed offend wh 4 'ou need 13 a c,eamnS UP 1,,S!tle- Don't continue being a bilious nuis- ance to yourself and those who love yon, and don't report to harsh phy-sics that irritate and injure. Ronnm her that every disorder ofvthc stom- ach, liver and intestines can he quickly cured by morning with gen- tie, thorough Cascarets they wort C boX frura A pai-ahed- 'lH M - s inaK-ulie- 23.-C- .c,, J 'Wre s WeJiaVe JUStreCeiVeO. - ji 'I H M a COmt)lete lllie Of Haf (1 WftTG.- - : U YOU BXQ XulUK" 11R fil?- - i-S- S- UUllUlUg 1U5 Of VinilfllTlff Iff" in ' Xxi. WlbJl m y O U . VUlt StUllk jnakc-.seriou- . iSUD'tO date. OUT PriCeS ' ,. SLLQ fl M . , . rigllTj. 4 . . M1 If J H;-; The man, who wns ,o 7:00 m. Prayer meetuig) that when he cried the tears .n Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. satslO-t- f down his back, didn't have anything when arcted ,c- on a Spring will S00n be here aHd you of stealing and centiy on a Will be tOO busy to buy that new bug- eiecutmca chicken, csplaineil the . Better come in Monday and pick presence of blood on the sutheni one out of J. R. Martin Coaj & Sup- end of his trousers by saying that ply Co.S complete Sto'cfc his noe had been blcedin- -. ?S? I. SSSbg" S p. m J 4o ch-ar- 9-- The niees t and most Clnldren love to take Cascarets, be- me. Seho- - perfmnes and toilet articles at the cause they taste good and never gnpe "The matteus to whick Mr. berth refers were thoroughly di.cw- ll7o ! S"Cnof quahty. of the SeWnth Compldc new stock ot Spnng District two years ago and I was , .. Qf Tvvo m completely vindicated at their hands- WHHe--- Did ' I1":. jou have 'an appoint " " Mash--- Ya having carried six of the o.ght conn- - m ent with ("-,- t) tics of the district and receiving,: -- ho n now ,eekig to destroy SS: . te lymti: 10-Ce- ilt . r- - FRANKLIN . HARDWARE COMPANY -- J""" T " H. H. FRANKLIN, Prop. (SUCCeSSOrS tO 1 J. K. Alldl) 4 w JI M ( 'I I majority of about voles. three ihonaud JudBC. Mr i KI 7 M KfV WL Hp f'i K! K Mksssxss.v - ?EC2! Kf H i li f u want gomc work BLACKSM1THING. (l (t( My w put up in the cemetery before Deco- clnuges were brought iM horsc.-hociu- g ration Day. Way not get the Win- meu yon want good """'-- tJ,,u the. very ..Jo of the Chester Monument Works to do it? or any k;nd rcpair work, don't forget" that we do all kinds of work Jnpain. two years ago. were tn!: i,,to tliu Franklin Circuit h' th-i- t black- is done in a first-cla! that record shows that I was Seeds! Seeds!.. We buy only the smith shop. Reasonable prices; all completed vindicated. best 1 .the. market; we can't afford work guaranteed. Your patronago "Upon tnis and upon other T. M. Domigan, cornc te Offer Our trade impure Seeds. Try solicited. ' ryinn avenue, opposite D. S. Gay's issncs I am perfectly willing that a bs search-ligishall be turned upon' my J. R. Martin Coal & Supply CO. warehouse. record", bid I desire to say, here, thai ' Our Stock Of harness contains jUSt before tins campaign is over I intend upon the le- Don't forget your dinner Saturday what Will SUlt both yOUT needs arid to turn the search-ligh- t cord of some other gentleme:i aiid and Courtday. Everything from a your pocketbeok, See US Courtday. 5 cent lunch to a $j dinner. J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. let the public know of their insi.le career.?." Vermilion & Long. iAkA you ss , Says Record Vindicates Him Only 'registered pharmacists ban- c dIo your perscription at the Brown- - ; JZTu, 'Jl : . ...L " ly takes wu ARP MIPRRRF IN YflllR a M.n.y a ppeT.ru nee. I j PAIP? mcrohoS WI,t',l of Cause BaldUesS. , Procforia Pharmacy. euracj guaranteed. quality. See us for the and overall to i.c t,,is Il:,i,l n Iioiw tliftt n,wt, r i,:lir i)oilIlc rovivl. We have a remedy which will, we ,tt Ab. I lie store Wo.k-sh.rU ot ''""'-- believe, reamve dandrulT. ,.rp:.!.0l. rnn.1; (;C ir.,lnblirjr. Uor-'""1- "1 extenuiuato the imcnlK. pi.Hiiolc circulati.m in the scalp and tc" , ue ht t!,e rm,i m.inv ing Ficndi (lenratoKl:,tf aietty'en& "vitalize the hair roots, and over- - llle jiair lia.l at bottom come baldness, so long as .there :s We exat-- t n obli?..ti,.n3 or prom- hMue luec0t'' e. Thcir thc"ry Il!ls tifalc aml wo Minply ark you to give Hex- h':n ' rFYFS " with aii 'o:r Hair Tonic a thorough trial We back up this , s,mP'' verified through research ex- oo ' poiiments carried on under the mb- - our own pcronal guarantee that am jf satisfied tell us and we serration of eminent scientists. ThU this remedy called Rexall "93" Hair w;ji jefund the money you paid us in tIie Sel""'- - which Tonic will be supplied free of all ( for it. Two sizes, prices 30 cents Cofr"SJs &vmltJ nonalcoholic luicrobo lod;-'is ?'ie hair oil, mini when per- - eost to the user if it fails to do as an,i $l.00.v Kcmemher, you can ob- drink on the Eowery in New York. The eaiiDg houses there have raised the mitted to flourish it destroys the we state. tain it in Winchester only at our Price trom one cent to three cents a iair follicles and in time the pores Phillips It will frequently help to store The liexall Store. entirely close, and the scalp gradual- - gray and faded hair to its original Drug Store. ,"C S. Main street lt ,,., sau0lIR11Mi. the lead- - ot color has Iiy lic.n: yet it is in j been a dyo. llesalt "Xt" Hair j m. these results by Tni,: . ling in making o cry hair root, fol- pigment gland Strong andf :xM a,.tivt.. :ld by stimulating a natural pigment throughout How color, providing h-i- c hs H H I . nt es VI ! H H iH M nt"al re-to- ie ')H I l END OF SEASON SAlEl NOW FOR THE FINE CLEAN-U- P! j 1 THE FEW REMAINING SUITS AND OVERCOATS MUST GO! THESE PRICES WILL NOT LET THEM STAY . f.. ' ; If mi I- - I If: K ' Wiqf - Suits and Overcoats $22.50, $20.00, $18;50 Suits and Overcoats $16.50, $15.00 Suits and Overcoats-.-:0.00, $27.50, $25J0 -- - $16.50 : - - $13.50", $ 9.98 ; " M . - . Wl 1 "'. " ' - j 4 R I" WL.y : is, arriving every day , and we do not intend to carry over a single .garment of the winter stock, a Yom should not lose nc opportunity to avail yourself of Our newiring-stock '7 ' ; j SA fl tm M. ' 1 1 ' ' : 'Wf 1 r. 1 I 1 "" ImiM ' J J I B? . aj iM" J ... these 0ARGAINSv . W&announce the showing of Spring woolens for special orders Also showing Stetson Hats and Star Shirts in all the itew Spring assortments. r-- Mmm " .1 ; ; t ALTERATIONS AT REDUCED PRICES ,WILlL ""BL CHARGED EOR I I I E'&SL.X Jt Jltt gJi PRv. . jJV - "".-rt-it-J- J ' . - -- "'-rf' ' .1 . TKE WtWCHgSTEir 1ICWS. Byys a Good First-Cla- ss Every Day Watch JEWELER SPRING COATS ! 1 Stoves! Don't forget when it in tne maraei hmr a cooking stove either gas or coal, that we are headquarters for them. We are th only s in the city and by reason of the fact that we do buy in large quantities, hence buy for less. We are therefore in a position to sell you a stove for less. A dollar saved is a dollar made. Come in and have a look at our line It's always a pleas ure to show our goods. A car-loa6buy- CALL '. AND SEE IT U CXklLAir-- W OPTICIAN s L O CIE TY V Delightful Lucheon Dmiiijr intermission at the Young Mail's Dance AYcdnesday evening, a delightful luncheon was given by Messrs. Kid Allen, Joe Tucker, Latimer Allan and "Frank MeGuffiu at Vcnnilion & Longs Tea Room. Thoo present were .Mr, Kid Allen and Jliss Cora Baldwin; Joe Tucker and MNs Mildred Juhnsoiij: Latimer Allan nmV' Mis Catherine Withers, and Frank MeGufiin and Miss Cornolia Keniek. Mrs. A. It. Baldwin very charmingly chaperoned the party. Lyric Party Mrs. Henry IT. Phillips entertninod on Thursday evening .with a Lyric parly, in honor of IXIrs. J. C. Toler, 111., who is one of Winof chester's loveliest visitors. Following the pciformanre, which was thoroughly enjoyed, the paity Gale-ooro, Ben T., have moved into the city and taken rooms at Mrs. Calmes on Fair- fax street. Mrs. Lee, Wainseott is recovering from a week's illness of the grip at the home of her mother, Mrs. II. A. Rogers, in the county. The many friends of' Mr. S. the confectioner, will be Sorry to learn that he has ibeeu quite sick for the past ten days. Na-ivar.- ra, ef Rev. W. P. Stuart, of Eii.nbeih-towwho was taken .suddenly ill while conducting a meeting at Frankfort, continues about the same. Mr. James ,1'atterson was at heme over Sunday from a month's stay on the road. n, All of the latest models in Spring Coats maybe seen at our store at lower prices than they can be secured where in the city. elsecom-plet- to-da- y. was served 'with delightful hot chocolate, club tea. sandwiches and homemade candies at the Brown-Procloiia Mr. Vic Bloomfield has received an invitation from the management to attend the Cincinnati Auto Show. in Miss Saucie Shaw is Versailles. From there she will go to Chicago to inspect the spring styles, returning homo about the first of March. Circuit Clerk Aldridgehas about recovered "from the grip and its after effects. There will be a call meeting of the Ha i t Chapter 1). A. R.. with the regent. Miss" Miller, at her home Friday afternoon at four o'clock, Business of importance. Mi--. James T. Elkin and family have moved to Winchester from the Fox Station section, and will reside h'cre for the present, having rented his faim recently. Mrs. J. II. Evans was the at a charming "42"' party la- -t Tuesday evening at her home on Maple street. Ffve tables played and a very pleasant time wnS'enjoycd. Little Virginia Martin has rettnn-edVroa visit of several weeks in She was. accompanied Lexington. by her aunt, Mrs. May. who several days with Mrs. J. L. Waller. Hon. W. A. Price, the represcnta-tivejirothe city of Covington in ihi lower branch of the legislature, was here Saturday and Sunday, the gue-- t of his mother and other relatives. Alex Skoygaard, the great Danish violinist will be heard in the drawing room of Miss Mary Belle Field Miller's home on the evening of the 28th. This is a rare opportunity for music ho-tcss We haye a e line of millinery. WINCHESTER CLOAK A. M. DOMES, GRUBBS & BENTON SUIT CO. Phaimacy. Parido Davis aged 20, on Mr.Janios Parido. of (Mr. George W. Parido, and Mis Mary Davis", aged 22, were married by the Rev. M. P. Lowry Wednesday afternoon at the home of the officiating minister, on Taylor avenue. The groom is a farmer and a man of excellent qualities. , The bride, who is the daughter of the late Mr. James Davis, is popular. with a host of friends. Both the young people are of this county., -, I Inc. Cor. Main and Broadway WINCHESTER, KY. , Manager. BACK GIVE 00T 0-?R Elks Building 61 Main Street & Both Phones 364. WINCHESTER, KY. Plenty of Winchester Readers Have This Exeprience. overwork You tax the kidneys them They can't keep up the continual SPRING LINE OF MANHATTAN SHIRTS Are now ready for your inspection. You will find them correct and just what you want. strain. ' ' lovers. Mark McClure and left Thursday for Nashville. Tenn., to accept a. position with the E. T. Lewis Company, who have a $270,000 cdntract for the laying of hrick street. home Mrs. John Clelland was-at Wednesday evening at a very informal ten in compliment to Miss Anita Carranza, of San Jose, Costa llico. wlio is attending college at Lexington and came over for the young men's dance Wednesday evening. Mc-Lewi-Ha- ALMOST LOST HIS LIFE. rt The hack sometimes give out it may ache and pain; Urinary troubles are likely to set in. Don't wait longer take Doan's Kidney Pills. Residents of this vicinity endorse them. Can Winchester people doubt the following evidence? Mrs. Margaret Nelson, 223 E. Main st.. Lexington, Ky., says: "For about ten years I was troubled by severe backache, and at times was unable to do my work. I tried several remedies, but received no relief until I used Doan's Kidney Pills. The first few doses helped me and the contents of three boxes cured me." For sale by all dealers. Price .10 Co., Buffalo, cents. (Fostcr-Milibur- n New York, sole agents for the United is visitingJ Mis Nannie Bon-derelatives in Virginia. Dr. James II. Martin - .was in Frankfoit Tuesday on 'business. Mr. Jack Lisle attended the dance in Georgetown Thursday evening: Mr. W. M. Sewdl is on the road this week in the interest of the Winchester Novelty Company. Mr. Lee Bloomfield has been in Midway this week looking after his business in that city. Mr. William Ilodgkin, of ;th'j J. R. Martin Coal and Supply Company, has returned from a, business m m trip to Indiana. Mr. George G. Prewitt and son, FARMERS Attention! Wc will have with us at our Main Store a wire fence demonstrator from Pittsburg for two days Saturday, February 24th --ANDv Monday, February 26th This will be a great opportunity for ail farmers, You can see just how the fences are made, and thus know why you should buy our line of fences. S. A. Stid, of Mason, Mich., will never forget his terrible exposure to a merciless storm. "It gave me a dreadful cold," lie writes, "that caused severe pains in my chest, so it was hard for ae to breathe. A neighbor gave me several doses of Dr. King's New Discovery which brought great relief- - The doctor said I was on the Verge of pneumonia, but to continue with the Discovery. I did so and two bottles completely cured me." Use only Mr. and Mrs. "Frank Couehman this quick, safe, reliable medicine and family will go to their farm for coughs, colds, or any throat or (March 1 on the Bcckncrvillc road, lung tronble. Price 50c and .$1.00 near the water works, to reside. Mr. Trial bottlo free. Guaranteed by Couehman has been connected with All Druggists. McCord & Phillips store for some time. STORE CLOSED Mr. Jeff Ratliff leaves this week V for Bath county, where he goes to Our store will be closed all Friday take charge of a large farm. afternoon in order to mark down our Mr. and Mrs. J. Leslie Scott, stock. Pine Grove, came up Wednesday for II. DAVIS. a visit. lo relatives and attend the ' dance. Mrs. Krnest Bean's many friends Tffey do say Yellow jacket Coal is will Be sorry to lenrn that she the hottest thing on earth, and a iuite sick at the hospital in trial will make you a steady customer Lexington. J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. Miss Ada Lee Boone, daughter of County Clerk Boone, is at homo .from Sayrc Institute, Lexington, for a few BLAMED A GOOD WORKER. days. Mr. Joseph .MeCord was called lo "I blamed my boart for severe Lexington this week on business. distress in my left side for two Miss Margaret Day is at home years," writes W. Evans, Danwlle, from Hamilton college Lexington, for Va., "but I know now it was indiges- SI. SO TO $3.SO You will also find just the fit you have been looking for in our new stock of . Stetson Hats just arrived. $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. States. Remember the and take no other. name ZELLNER-BLOOMFIEL- Doan's i D ' I. 1) Don't forget us when in need of corn and oats. We handle the best the market affords and sell on a EASILY BREAKS very close margin. A SEVERE J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. -- 20-t K Only the purest and freshest icines on sale at the med- In Parnsh Bradley ft PERRY BUILDING Co. few days. tion, as Dr. King's New Life Pills Mr. C C. Perry, who has been with completely cured me." Best for his uncle, Mr. R. R. Prry, ha. re- stomach, liver and" "kidney trouble. turned to his home in Anderson !PTistipation, headache or debility. county. ;V3 cents at AH Mr. Pavey T. Davis is ill at hrs Full line of candies, fruits and home on Lexington avenue. 2'.-cisrars at Vermilion & Longs. EXPERT TAILOR Gefffirg Mr. Gus J. Hunt, an expert tailor eggs? Suppose you STORE CLOSED representing the Goldman-Beckma- n fry Purina Chicken Chowder a while all Friday Clothing Company, will be at my and .watch revolts. Our store will ae clo-e- d Purina Chick tailor-mad- e store to take orders for feed is best for youn chicks, just afternoon in order to mark down our 1 suits, Friday and Saturday. slock. what they need to make them grew, p. n. DAVIS, P. II. DAMS, . J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. 2i a FUMIM Pape's Cold Compound is the of thro years' research at a Will pay yoa the Highest Ouk EXPERT TAILOR cost oC more than fifty thousand Piiccs for your Furs.. and contains no quinine, which J. W. HIS EL Mr. Gus J. Hunt, an export tailoi wc have conclu-ivel- y dcramtatratcd Bridge Junk Sfcepy representing the is not effective in the treatment of No. 23 North Maple at Clothing Company, will be at my colds or grippe. East Tennessee Pfcoae 215, Seat store to take orders for tailor-ma" tl is a positive fact that a dose Phone 59ff. Miits, Friday and Saturday. evof Pape's Cold Compound taken 'P. H, DAVIS r- - ery hvo hours until three consecutive Jellico Coal, known whertW Mt V deses are taken, will end the Grippe is used, may be fevml in Mr M-fand break up the most severe cold, date yards. FrMRpt fclifay mil Tlp to Talker. You can't proto you 'are a good either in the head, chest, back, stom- tionest weights. .. talker by doing It all; comparisons ach, limb? or any part of tho body. J. R. Martin Cal ISttMty L. are needed. . . It promptly relieve-- ; the mot misFURS! FURS!! tc-sui- Pharmacy the store of quality. Just a Few Hours. All From a Bad Cold Or The IGrippe Will Be Overcome where else in the world, which will euro your cold or end Grippe misery as promptly and without any okfaer or bad 'after-effect- s, COLD as a parkage of Tape's Coid Coaa- puiMiil, which any druggist ia tb Misery i world can supply. 2."i-cc- nt t di.I-lar- ds Goldiiuui-I'eekm- an de H-l-f- ae c" li an" . t). erable headache, dullness, head and nose stuffed up, fcverUhness, sneezing, sore throat, running of the catarrhal discharges, soreness, stiffness and rheumatic twinges Take this harmlc-- s Compound as directed with the knowledge that .other medicine made any- there nose,-mucouis-no s I i, ORCUT JUDGE STOUT THE WINCHESTER NEWS we BEST STOMACHS - BUM JURORS WILE CUSSFED COUMN Winchester Optra Hwst WORLD MI-O-X- A I Further Moclions Our Store .will be closed all Friday afternoon in order to mark down our stock. In order to close out our stock by the first of the month we are going to mark every-thin- g in our store room from 15c to 25c less to the Dollar. . You cannot afford to miss this opportunity if you need anything in our line. We are offering all our stock at less than manufacturer's price. Be sure and come in Court Day and be convinced for yourself that we are offering the best bargains ever offered in the city of Winchester. Don't forget the place, Jone's Building, N. Main St. Look for Bankrupt Sign. 1 DENOUNCES - MUSICAL STAR Orders That Five Members of Scott County Panel Shall Not Serve So Long As He Presides. Elsie Janis Will Be Seen in "The Slim Princess" at The Lexington Georgetown, Ky., Feb. 22. The Opera House on Monday Night. Scott county grand jury in waking Elsie Janis, ithe'biilliant little muits final report Tuesday afternoon, -- failed to return indictments growing sical comedy tsar, who will be at the out of alleged election frauds in this Lexington Opein House nest Monday county, and as a result, five o the night to present for the first time jurymen were denounced from the "The Slim Princess" is an Ohio girl bench by Circuit Judge Stout, who by ibirth, upbringing and the grace issued an order to the clerk of the of being a taxpayer. court, to go upon the records, that Miss Janis was born in Colunibus, neither of these men shall serve cm educated in Columbus public and any jury, grand or petit, Avhile Judge private schools, and owns and mainStout presides over this court. The tains, a sumptuous five men so ruled against are J. M. residence on North High street, opDonovan, J. tXI. Woodlnins, Low posite the grounds of the Ohio State Thouwsson and University. In addition, she is the Williamson, Prc-to- u owner of a good tract of acreage S. I?. Penn. The other seven members of the outside the Capital City, which hc is panel slated to Judge Stout that selling off in town lots, with the .busithev had- voted to return indictments ness instinct rarely found in ah actagainst alleged violators of the elec ress who has only recently passed tion laws, but the other five thought her twenty-fir- st birthday. "The Siim Princess" scat sale opens Tuesthe evidence insufficient. The October grand jury re day morning. evidence existed that ported tliat Boys New Style Kiicc Suits now gros irregularities had been combeing shown by y Democratic mitted at the State J. II. KEYES. last July, and recommended conthat the February gnand jury tinue the work it had started. It is Our stock of plows and repairs is understood the same evidence war complete, better come in Courtday presented, but no mention was made and supply your needs for Spring of any of it in the final report. plowing. When Judge Stout learned that no J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. inindictments had been returned, he formed the members of the panel that he knew that the evidence was PUBLIC RENTING OF LAND should before them and that ehaa-ge" and Then he called have been made. Sale of Stock and Farminq each member of the jury by name and asked him he had voted on the Implements. The five ffucstion of indictments. names above stated they had not If not rented privately before day believed the evidence sufficient for of sale, I will on Tebiuary 27 offer the return of true bills. Then Judge for rent publicly to the highest bid-dStout delivered the severe arraing-memy farm of 63 acres, five and a of the five, ending with the half miles from Winchester on the ' court order. Iron Works pike. Also at the same lime and place, I will offer for sale: Everything good to eat at Vermil-- 2 1 mare 4 years old, gentle to drive. -- 23 '2t 1 black mare, 8 years old, extra ion & Long's. fine. 1 Holstein cow, fresh March 16. Have you ever seen the Mellim L.heifcr, high grade, fresh May 17. Toothless Harrow? Our customers 1 registered Jersey cow,, giving who have them say they can't be beat. We also have a full line of milk. 1 Jersey cow, calf by side. disc and tooth harrows. 2 Bed Duroc jjprsey ibrood sows, J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. due to farrow in April. 5 shoats, weight about 40 lbs. HE WONT LIMP NOW. 15 head of sheep, extra good, now lambing. No more limping for Tom Moore, wagon. 1 of Cochran, Ga "I had a bad sore 1 Deering mower. one my instep that nothing seemed corn planter. 1 to help till I used Bucklen's Arnica 1 breaking plow. Sahe," he writes, "but this wonder1 double shovel plo.v. ful ihealer soon cured me." Heals cultivators. 2 old, running sores, ulcers, boils, iron kettle, 50 gallons. 1 burns, cuts, bruises, eczema or piles 1 hog box. Try it. Only 23 cents at M Drugvices. gists. hand corn planters, 1 grubbing hoc. FURS!!! FURS!! FURS! 1 digger and shovel, semi-suburbpri-mas or nt -two-horse two-horse one-horse . INJHE ONE NIGHT ONLY FRIDAY, FEB CLASSIFIES AlVEJtTIIEMMTl 'People who depend upon j to keep them free from stomach mis-cralways have clean stomachs fiee from fermentation. stomach tablets will drive out gas, sourness and stomach distress, in five minutes,, Phillip-- ! Drug Store guarantees them. They will absolutely put n end tn indigestion and make the stomach sturdy and strong if used as directed Fcr all stomach ailments and for nervousness, loss of appetite, nightmare, dizziness, overeating, drinking, and for all diseases caused' by upset stomach, is guar MI-O-X- A MI-O-X- A 23, 1912 jle a 6e war far a a wars' far Una The Show that Never Grows Old THE FAMOUS A PAIR -- Jic a A A wtrri far aaafe srtlsa. ICc a ward par aaata, & OF- Uiui Wailffrayj laMawiaafl HOT ffHBI Aaa HnwHW IPf em UtA Hal COUNTRY KIDS A far hat tfeaa n Comedy Drama in 4 Acts Special Scenery Singing and Dancing Specialties TRACY AND STQKELY A BARGAIN. anteed. A large box 50 cents at Phillips. Drug Store and druggists every-- : where. Cotton Seed Meal, the king of feeds, is rapidly gaining headway in this section. Properly fed, it is a great milk producer. J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. A Big Fun Night with Your Old Friends "HIandTRIXlE" THE KIDS POPULAR PRICES If sold at once; house of 4 room; Jot 50x150; cistern gas, outbuildings;- -' rents at $10 per month; here 'is a chance to net 10 per cent on your investment. Office in McEldowney BaSding BOTH PHONES LOST, STRAYED er STOLEN From my place 2 2 miles from Winchester on the Colbyvalle pike, a black yearling filly. 'Any information as to Jier whereabouts will be rewarded by II. B. Little, Home phone 756. 1-- 35c and 50c GALLERY EUDIW 25c id. r mm Oviklt o.:rrrci AMLOwMn to.6orr OPERA HOUSE 7ZU RENT- - My old house of;tC rooms on 'Maple street. Apply- to A. J. Earp. -tf Clark County National BANk iWIM 1 Accwtts o! Next Week Commencing MONDAY, FEB. 26 IMS "THE WHEELER SISTERS J? FOR SALE er EXCHANGE Fur down town property or farm, a nice 7 room house Trith water, gas, meat house, nice 'barn, plenty fruit and three extra lots. Todd Bros. Merchants, Farmers in Ccliidlsnt irasers K3i!e SMiciisH' 16 6 PEOPLE - 16 Big Vaudeville on Ail Points. Acts 6 STRAYED From my farm on the (Paris pike one red steer; weight about 700 pounds. Information to his whereabout" Calloway will be appreciated. ed P. H. Davis Mg'r. H. FRIEDMAN, Crawford. -tt Capital and Surplus $350,000.00 OPENING PLAY "From Rags to Riches" MONEY TO LOAN on real estate. ApLong term. Easy payments to Bobbin, News office. ply - Prices 10, 20 & 30c THIS WAY FOR! BIG CUT WALL PAPER From 25 to 50cts reduction on all old stock of Wall Paper. Don't wait come .in early and get first choice. We also wish to call your attention to the fact that our New Samples are arriving daily, and if you are thinking of bu3'ing anything in our line it will pay you to call and inspect our Hue before buying. We have the most complete stock we have ever carried and you will be sure to find what you. want. We also carry a complete line of all kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats, Country Produce, nice eating and cooking .apples and Fresh Oysters. Your patronage solicited. Ladies will be admitted free Monday night when accompanied by 1 paid 30c ticket. Same must be bought at the advance sale before G p. m. FOR RENT JFour rooms at 30B S. (Main street. Good garden and stable. Apply to T. J. Bradley or Mrs. I. A. Shirley. F0R SALE A coming fPcrcheon mare; weight 1200 ltis. Floyd W. Clay, Indian Fields, Ky. Terms Cash H. Monday. L GILBERT .r urs-S- 8 Try To Get In CO. Beat rnoat TM. A new modern built FOR RENT house centrally located; possession middle of March. Apply to Bobbins at News oilicc. Home Phom 37 Tucs-T- h Offlct lours f ( loll A ltolPM DR. M. L. MYERS, DENTIST. FOR RENT Four or five rooms, gas and cistern. Homo phone 66 or apply at No. 11G Xorth Highland. -tf f Kl LL?HE COUCH rim riser JtcEMewaey J. BaUtaf", WANTED IandCUREthLUNS WINCHESTER, KY. Young men wanting a jnusical education at very little cost should join Modern Woodman of America Band and Orchestra. nDR.KlNG$ NEWPISC0VERY foRl50a$LOO U iAflDALLTHROATAND M. STEVENSON Attorney-at-Law Paints, Oils, Brushes and Window Glass at prices as elsewhere. cheap as you can buy them Will pay you the Highest Casl. Prices for your Furs.. J. W. HISEL Bridge Junk Shop, ' No". 23 North Mapie st East Tennessee, Phone 215, Homr Phono 596. ll-lS-4- 3 pitch forks. We carry a full line of guaranteed Emery Shirts. Best in America for 41.00 and $1.50. J. II. KEYES. We have always on hand the choicest Timothy hay, and our prices are as low as possible. . . J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. WINCHESTER PAINT & ILL PAPER CO. Value of Cocoanut The cocoanut Is not only valuable as a source of food and drink In tropical countries, but it is also the best of all trees or shade. MEAL! MEAL!! MEAL!!! North Main Street FURS! FURS!! TURSU! TOM COWAN BACK. Will pay you the Highest Cash .K 1 pair of wire fence stretchers. 2 sets of wagon harness. 1 set of buggy harness. 1 cider mill. 1 scoop snovel. 1 patent digger. 1 pair of hand stilyards. About 75 rods of poultry fence. 3 black 'bronze tnrkcy hens and torn. 7 pure bred Pekin ducks. 6 Ebdcn geese. 1 pair White Pearl guineas. 1 dozen White Leghorn hens. , 1 dozen B. P. Rock hens. 1 carpenters' bench. I anvil. 1 buggy. About 50 well made chicken coops. Other things too numerous to menday of tion. Terms made known-o- n sale. ,Sale starts a'ti ten o'clock a. m. G. KISSINGER. H. R. Watts, auctioneer. (e.d.d) 60 S. Main St. E. E. LOOM IS Winchester. Ky. For particulars apply Geo. H. Mackie, director, at Barnes' Grocery or Dr. E. K. Buh, president, Fraternity Building. trial botue free LUHG TROUBLES GlAffAN7D Oft MONY RFtWDQ. SATSFACTOSY Capital - - S100.0CO For Sale or Rent! m G FOR SALE The Big Bun Coal, tat best on the market; yards om West Auctioneer Clark County ConBroadway. McEldowney Building, struction Company. Winchester, Ky. FOR SALE 100 extra nice Rhode Island Red pullets and coclcrels. Home phone 813-11-28- -tf A. -tf Undivided Profits. 9200.000 THE Winchester Bank WINCHESTER. KY. N. H. W1THERSOON. President. W. R. SPHAR. Cashier. At Hunt, Kentucky, Clark county, in miles from Winchester, on good STROTHER'S i pike and in neighborhood of very best graded schools, a most desiraOLD ble business property, consisting of storeroom, stock of goods, .2 nice AND dwellings, blacksmith shop, 2 large FIRE INSURANCE ESTATE AtENCY REAL gardens, in all about 2 acres of land. Will sell at a bargain if taken atj Mfftca FrateaKr tMC-- . ftaw fSS once. See G. il. Glenn on the prcm- -' Iisure RELIABLE ises. PENDLETON, BUSH 4 iUSH TODD BROS., Home phone 472. Winchester, Attneys-at-La- w Kjv 5th Floor McEldowney Bailfiig Winchester, Ky. 3 SHORTHAND SOLICITS YOUR ACCOUNTS. prices for your Furs. J. W. HISEL 9 Tom Cowan, the popular barber, is back at his stand in the iMcEldowney . Bridge Junk Shop, Building and is now ready to serve jxo. jonn jiapie t. his old friends and customers wheie East Tennessee Phone 215, Horns yon will always get prompt and first one 596. class servicer ll-18-4- STORE CLOSED When in need of any meal don't Our store will oe" closed all Friday forget that we have the old fashion water mill stones and do custom afternoon in order to mark down our grinding. T. M. Domigan, opposite stock. David Gay's warehouse, on corner j n-Winn avenue. ss OHNK j P. H. 02v23-2t) DAVIS. Shorthand taught by Miss Graci Coyle. Thoroughness" guaranteed. Call at J. M. Stevenson's Law OlIiee,t figxaffaa "MORE 7HA?I WET ; (2-19-- tf)