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"fir' EDITION VOLUME 7; WINCHESTER NEWS IfllJ WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1912. 3 WEATHER Rain Saturday NfcjM ami SumMly; Warmer Saturday Nifht; Cefckr Swiday Nhjht. Ne.f. there. The Lexington Herald, referring to the visit, says: "The visitors confined their inspection to the Maxwell street school finding 2 CENTS A COPY; II CENTS A WEEK lit . PRIZES ARE AWARDED it inconvenient to make the The first reel opens with the death of Cinderella's pother. Presently the designing widow enters the grief stricken home, and by her false sympathy wins tlie regard of Cinderella's father, who laier marries her. Before long he leaves on a long journey and Cinderella is forced to act as slave to her new They abuse and two and mistreat her until she is forced to leave the house in rags. Footsore and weary she'takes refgarden and falls uge in a bleep on an old stone touch. In of aged mules, $140. the meantime the King has chosen a One mare mule eolt, $97. wife for Prince Charming. But the mule colt, $79. Prince has ideas of his own about One jennet, with first . BILL love and marriage, and refuses the PRIMARY class jack at side, $340. King's mandate. Furious, the King $118. ..One jennet, thrusts his son in prison. He esin One sorrel maer, capes and changes his garments for State Concurrs in All The House foal. to jack, $172. those of a ragged milk vender. On in ,.One sorrel mare, Changes in Measure, But They Do his wanderings he finds Cinderella foal' to Pat Herman, $75. f She aAvakes asleep on the bench. Net Affect The Seventh District by 'Orie 4iay gelding, and he allays her hunger with bit. rat' Herman, $126. Election' on March 16. own cntsts of bread. by Pal One sorrel filly, The' strange fellowship in. adver$6'6. Frankfort, Ivy., Feb. 23. The sity mellows into love, and the, dis. One sorrel mare, in Senate concurred" m all the House guised Prince gives her a ring in the Re'dmon Chief, $73. amendments to the Compulsory Pri design 'of a lover's knot, taking in One grade cow, fresh in April, $3!). mary Will, but adopted also the fol return a lock of her hair. The girl One Duroc brood tow, farrow in lowing amendment by Senator Hogg: returns' to her kitcl:en with a new March, $20. "And proviilcd further that where world in her eyes, while the Priucc " One Duroc brood sow, farrow in i political party has before the dreams of his tattered Princess. May, $21. passage and approval of this act Second Reel 11 sboats, weight 75 pounds, $4.70 made a call under its party law for King issues a proclamation The 4 bronze turkey liens, 1 torn, $3.50. n primary election for convention for will . 130 Barred Plymouth Rock cbick-eunominations of its announcing that if the Prince the nomination or may marry .whomsoever he $3.80. candidates to be voted for at No return he will. The Prince, overjoyed, returns. Straw. $7 tc $7.1 ;i?- - !on. vember .election in 1912, then no Chicken, liens 40c to 50 cents: nomination of nominations by such Cinderella, now happy and carefree, to ber daily abuse roosters, 40c to.80 cents. parties for such olfices shall be made pays little heed She finds great ill treatment. Farm implements sold well. in the primary election held under and comfdrt and solace in the ring, and this act in the year 1912." until one day the The amendment 'was adopted by its memories, VALUABLE PROPERTY Prince is pointed out to her, and in 21 to 12. recognizes her milk vender. The emergency clause still re- him she CHANGES HANDS mains in the bill, but the amendment And so again ber childish dreams King gives a cannot affect primaries or conven- are shattered.' The of his son. The ball in honor tions already regularly called. This grand Mr J. K. Watsen Sells Business Site and sisters go, leaving Seventh District means that the Cinderella behind, broken hearted. And Purchases 50 Acres of Highly Congressional primary on March 16 Her Fairy Godmother comes to her will be held according to the call of Land at Pine Grove. iRTfreved assistance, however, appearing sud the Democratic Committee. denly among the pots and pans. Mr. J. K. Watson, the The House adopted the Hamilton She waves her wand, and tells Cin grocer of this city, has sold to Dr. J. substitute for the prevention of cor- derella to nib her ring three times. jF. "Walters, his business property at rupt practices in elections and the A huge pumpkin appears on the tathe- corner of Broadway and iMaplc bill as amended by substitute pass- ble, again, and a cage full of rats streets for $12,500 cash and at the Cinderel ed 59 to 13. The bill provides for appear. Onee more, an'' same time purchased of Dr. Walters' publication by car.diates of their ex la's rags are transformed into a 50 acresof land at Pine Grove for penses five days before the election beautiful gown, while the pumpkin $15,'0O0. This is the old Dr. Willis and also twenty days after the elec- and tats become .a coach and six homestead and is highly improved. ot complement full a with tion. , Immediate possession is given in So it is The bill, which is one of the ad coachmen and footmen. each case. Mr. Watson will move to ministration measures, will now go possible for Cinderella, to attend the bls new home as soon as he can ball, the only requirement being that to the Senate. of his g ocery. Cinderella leave the palace before step-mother step-sisten- rounds of all the schools in the city, and' believing that they could obseive the working of the system in one Mis$; Emw Tkttapswi Wins One school as well as- in a visit to all. Of Ami Mr. Jtefeert Lee Bean Car- the number making the trip three came from Winchester and four from ries Off The Other. Mt. Sterling. The former were attracted here through hearing of the At the Auditorium Friday evening excellent work of former principal the" prize offered to the most graceof Maxwell school, Prof. E. F. ful lady skater ws awarded to Miss at present the efficient Emma Thompson. of the public schools at "Mr. Robert Lee Bean earned off Winchester. . the prize offered for the best gentlegenerally mos-- i "The teachers-werman skater. interested in the work of the grade . A large crowd was present for the she taught in her own home, and so ntest. decided to spend the day in the room where such grades were taught in the Maxwell school. All the visitors exWAITS pressed themselves as having spent an enjoyable and profitable day, EPORTS GILLASPIE both with the teachers and pupils and complimented especially the unusually good trder and attention of Crewd Was Present at Farm the latter. At noon an enjoyable McClwe Pike, And Satisfac luncheon was served to the visitors. The Winchester teachers were the tory Prices Are Secured. Misses Julia French, Mamie Hughes 2 The .visitors and Sa'llie Munday. Mr. H. R. Watts, auctioneer,- refrom lit. Sterling were the Misses ports the sale of J. C. Gillaspie, oi: Mary Welsch, Mattie Hoffman, Lucy the'McClure pike, at the T. L. Holli-da- y Owings and Bessie Robinson." farm Friday morning, as - 0e Dar-nab- y, nt super-infende- e of the foot that fits the slipper shall become his wife. Of course the wicked and ber two daughters try to prevent Cinderella from trying on the shipper; but the courier tells them none shall be denied itb5 chance. And so she becomes a Princess. Tho As Tcld by Motion Pictures, is One Prince is not present during the fit of The Prettiest Shown on Canvass ting of the slipper, for he has retired to that old stone bench in the deat The Present Time. serted garden, there to dream awhile. But the instant the slipper is upThe simple old taie of Cinderella on the foot of Cinderella her rags has been wonderfully elaborated. ence more change" to beautiful raimThe .Sclijr version exhibits' manv ent, to the astonishment and chagrin beautiful dramatic surprise to those of her and sisters. whose memory still clings to the ori The coach is waiting: and with a ginal. The story as arranged by woman's intuition, she goes at once Henry K. Webster is a big modern to the garden, where she finds her rapid fire drama with ail the sweet- Prince. 4nd they live happily ever ness and simplicity of the old nur- after. sery tale and is told in three full IH MW. OF step-moth- er " emeu step-moth- er tion, 111. Donaldson was sentenced in St. Louis, to serre three years in prison. and has been at liberty on an appeal MISS10 bond on a similar charge abent months. Mrs.. Ridgley, who is a daughiu1 A. E. Corey, qf China, And Dr. Royal of Downs, testified that Donaldson J. Dye, of The Congo, in Africa, to got into their confidence by kneeling with them at family prayer in their Speak in This City. home 'at Assumption. He addressed At the morning sen-icof tj,e;l:ci in' endearing terms, one of whbh christian church Sunday, A. E. Co- was "Buttercup," she said. Downs said that Donaldson inducrey, President of Nanking University, China, will deliver a notable ad- ed him to invest $78,720 in mining enterprises, and retained all but dress. He is a gifted orator and will g?w $10,000 of it for his own use. Downs said Donaldson told him some interesting first-han- d facts relating to the origin of the revolution the firm owned valuable lands in that has within the last few days Butler and Wayne counties, Missouculminated in changing China from ri, and were capitalized at $1 5lil',00 TWO FAMOUS and Mrs. Oro Ridgley, of Assump- CONFESSES SHE m rain Institution. BABES Winifred Ankers Selves Mystery ef Ehjht Deaths ef Yevnf CMfdren in e reek. MIDDLETOWN ROUTE Are Exceedingly Bright, According to Mr. L. P. Bell, of the L. gineering Department. Squire John J. Redmou, of North Middletown, and Mr. L. P. Bell, engineer of the L. & N. Rail road, were in this city Friday morning taking options to secure the right of way for the proposed new line through Xorth iMiddletoun. as-sita- nt & N. En- s. - fol-lci- rs a ' One-pa- ir c HUH One-hors- Mr. Bell states that prospects for the Xorth Middletown route are very bright, because of tho active inter est manifested by the citizens in that section.- . Ht-rnia- s, "5 Little dilliculty is being encounter ed in securing rights of way, the op tions having been taken on all prop erty to that of Mr. Harvey Rogei-s- . of this county, and practically as far Gordontnn. The Paris Xc.vs in ennur.eatr.ig on the situation says : "The work of sey from North curing the Middletown to Helges Station, for the proposed new line that will con-- i nect with the L. &.E. Railroad in Clark county, is progressing rapidly. and it is thought that the work east of Xorth Middletown will have been finished up this week, and a start made toward Paris. "So far eighteen signatures have been obtained to the options, from land owners east of North Middle- town, eleven of these called for free donations ofland, while seven land owners wanted reasonable amounts, in many cases less than fifty per cent of the valuation of the land. A num ber of others n$ yet seen have communicated their intention to donate right-of-wa- He is a monarchy to. a republic. considered one of the most influen tial "foreigners" in the Chinese Em- pire, and at tins time, when all eyes are turned toward that country, his coming is specially opportune. At the evening service at 7 o'clock, Dr. Royal J. Dye of Bolenge, AfriHe is the ca, will be the speaker. pastor of perhaps the most remark able mission cliuich of. all Foreign Mission fields. It is situated at Bolenge, a town m Central Afr.cs, squarely at the equator. The members of his congregation were for merly naked savages, many being cannibals. Now his church, with a membership of 700 is deeply religious and consecrated. Every nine members support a native missionary, in all, so that about seventy-fiv- e from- - this great church the gospci light, is shining for hundreds of miles in all directions among the savage tribes of the Dark Continent. Dr. Dye's story of this transfor mation, which has been wrought out under his snpcib leadership, is one of tho marvels of missions. All are invited to hear these two addresses. No offering for missions will ic taken at either senicc. IT EIGHT MINERS KNOWN DEAD New York. Feb. 24. The confession of Winifred Ankers, a kitchen woman in the Brooklyn Nursery and Infants' Hospital, according to the poliee, solves the mystery of eight deaths of babie-- s in the institution. She admits that she placed . ilii acid in the milk bottles of the infr.ciJ. The confession was obtained by .1 Police Lieutenant and a detective after two hours' examination of the woman, who had been under surveillance since autopsies developed the probability that the infants had been poisoned. "On Saturday night, after the tles had been prepared for the babies," the confession runs. "I Diit two or three drops of oxalic acid into the bottles. I did not do it Willi intent to kill the babies, but I wanted to get square with the nurses who were my enemies." The police believe the Ankers wo man is demented. Her story, they as true, however. ic-ga- rd ti Worst Disaster of Known the Kind Ever May Run in Oklahoma Up Death Roll to a Higher Figure. Lehigh, lOkla., Feb.. 24. Eight miners tire known to be dead and possibly a score otners cntomoeu and believed to have been determined. The blaze started shortly after noon Mrs. R. C. Skillman, of North Thursday in mine No. 3 of the WestMiddletown, and Miss Adeline Brown, ern Mine and Coal Company, a of Ruddle's Mill, were called here by Gould property. When the fire broke out 300 feet the illness of their uncle, Mr. Charl- nearly 200 miners, ton Lowe. mostly foreigners, were, at work in the shafts and word of the' disaster immediately was spread through the below ground MARKETS mine. Most oT the men escaped throngli mi abandoned shaft, the outlet to which was more than two miles from the entrance to the main shaft. The fire goon spread all over the main shafts. Thirty cars of coal J were scattred through these to feed the flames. It is believed by officials of the company that from sixteen to twenty meii are entombed wittamo chance of escape. 10l."5c higher; shippers $o.73G.8j, choice to extra $u'.07; bntche steers extra $6.25 $0.50, good to choice $3.2o6J5, common to fair $4.3o3.1.'5; heifers, extra $5.6o6; good to choice $4.75 3.60, common to fair $34.50; cows, extra $4.Cj3, gocd to choice $4.234.G0, common to fair $1.73 $4; canncrs $1.302.73; bulls strong and scarce; bolognas $4.233, extra $3.105.23, fat bulls $33.23; milch cows steady and quiet. Calves Active, strong, 2350c higher; extra $9.30) fair to good $8 9.25, common and large $4.30 $8.50. Hogs Market generally steady at yesterday's prices, selected heavy hogs $G.506.60, good to choice Cincinnati, Feb. tive, strong and '23. Cattle Ac- Louisville "Seer" Told One to Place passway. "Many land owners along the route res ide in Mt. Sterling, and the committee, working in conjunction with Mn L. P. Bell, of 'the L. & N. Engineering Department, went to that city, Monday, and held a conference with the owners, which was highly satisfactorv to Mr. Bell and the com mittee. ing in Oklahoma. 'Besides the loss of life the dam24. Dr. L uisvilel. K.. Feb. Uriel Buchanan, a clairvoyant, who age to the mine will aggregate many was indicted 'Friday for grand lar- - thousands of dollars. i ii ceny, is saub to nave swinaieui scores Louisville women of sums rang of ing from a few dollars to as high as STATE FARMERS' se-Iir- Rescue parties reached the ?eene late Thursday and began the explo$2,900 in Bag Around Her Neck ration of workings near the mouth Ard it Would Increase; She Got of the mine. The disaster is the most serious in the history of minTi:sue Paper Back. step-moth- er well-kno- dis-po- se CONTINUES CRITICALLY ILL TEA! Mr. Chariton Lowe, aged ConfedThird Reel erate Veteran and popular citizen, home At the ball, Cinderella captivates LEXINGTON SCHOOLS continues critically ill at the of his daughter, Mrs. Charles Hagan. the Prince and his guests with her beantv. To him she looks familiar, to di- Jf&es J ulia. French, Mamie Hughes Mrs. Helen Hu'tsell, cf Lexington, but she steadfastly refuses identity. Cinderella so-was called here by the critical illness vnhrc her AM SaWe Mitnday Inspect ftrtKc of her brother, Olr. Charlton Lowe. thoroughly enjoys her evening with Mr. and Mrs. Marian Hall, of the Prince that she forgets the ap System in Lexingten. Paris, were called here by the illness proaching midnight hour until it ar TRINITY MISSION Mamie of Mrs. nail's uncle, Mr. Chariton rives. 'Misses Julia French. Then suddenly rememberiu: she Hughes and SaJlie Munflay, popular Lowe. her crodmother's admonition j: : Sunday school at 2 o'clock, conir OIU V,Ulk, - r teachers in the Winchester Public acriciuug, rushes from the palace; but in doJll. c J riAn Ul nrj. OA Schools, visited Lexington Friday, brought his tobacco to this city. ing so she loses one of her slippers ducted 'by the superintendent, Mr. Mr., ana Mrs. James Powell have Later the (Prince finds the slipper Graham Johns. Evenlng'prayer and in eoeapany with four teachers from Archdeacon ia- Mt. Sterling,;fthe.purpos of pleased the boarding house formerly and sends his couriers throughout sermon at .3 o'clock by .. Wcatworth. the land, announcing that the owner HwtHIHic school system eojBduct(i;by CSIrs. J. W. Womack. RS VISIT Cinderella agrees and parts for the ball in sta'te.. midnight. de- to ben county have t North realize the importance of this Middletown extension. "That it is absolutely vital to Paris to have this line run by way of North Middeltown instead of by Win chester, is shown by the fact that it is hard to estimate the amount of freight the L. & N. Company expects . o haul over this line. and "To give the people of Paris Bourbon county so'me idea as to its importance, it is said thats'ibc C. H. & D. Railroad alone hag promised the L. & N. Company five hundred cars of freight every twenty-fou- r hours. All this-- traffic which goes to Cincinnati and is distributed from that paint will pass through Paris." -- "The citizens of Paris and Bour- - bt bg-- n 1 $2,000. This last sum he said to have from Mrs. Viola Frey. He told her that if she would put money (110 lbs. and less) $4.253.73. in a cnamois oag arouna ner nei-Sheep Steady: extra $3.633.73, and let him hypnotize her the money Splendid Program is Prepared And good to choice $3.233.G0, common She did this would grow fabulously. Arrangements Are Made For to fair $1.253, yearings $4.23 when she opened the bag it conbut $5.23. tained tissue paper. "Ladies' Day." Lamb.- Active and strong; extra Mrs. .Daisy Carrol lost $300 in the good to choice $6.23 Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 23. Com $G.837, arae wa Another woman paiu drag that would make a missioner of Agriculture Newman $G.73, common to fair $4.2o(a6. $100 for a has completed the program for the pot of gold from one piece. which total operations are State Farmers' Institute, Buchanan's TOO LATE TO CUSSFY said to reach thousands, and he lias meets here February 27, 28 and 29, and indications, point to the most disappeared. successful institute yet held. THE LYRIC The Woman's Clubs of the state MINISTER WOfiKS with Commissioner are (Essaaay.) Deacon's Reward. Newman interesting the wives of the (Lubin.) Gambler's Influences. CONFIDENCE GAME farmers' and Wednesday, February t One on Reno. (Lubin.- t 28. has been set apart as "Ladies Don't forget Cinderella Monday Lady." (Mrs. Desha Breckinridge, Obtains $80)000 From Two Victims only, first show begins at 2 o'clock. . of Lexington, Miss Anna Barrows, by Kneeling Them at Prayers-Sente- nced Columbia University, New York, and FOR RENT Residence and store. other prominent women are on the to Pen. W. P. Hicatt. program for addresses and members the Federation of Woman's Clubs St. Louis, Mo., Feb. 24. Aaron B. of from. Louisville and Lexington are SALESMAN WANTED To look afDonaldson, a mining promoter and ter our interest hi Clark aad ad-- f to attend the instiformer Methodist minister, wtis sen- expected here jaent counties'. Salary or corasais- tute. tenced Friday fn Judge Shirley's saon. Address Lincoln Oil CompaCourt at Taylorsville, 111., to an inny, Cleveland. O. Mr. T. C. Hardest-- , transient, is determinate term of from one to home from Friday until Monday fourteen years in Chester Peniten- at WinFOR SALE Bftby chicks. tiary for alleged operation of a "con- of each week. chester Pbaltry Farm, E. Teas 227 fidence, game, by wJiich it is charged ' Mrs". L. C. Gainey, of Cincinnati, (2 24 2t) he got $80,000 from Joseph Downs is visiting Mrs. T. C. HaiSesty. JNSTITUTE packers and butchers $G.556.G0, mixed packers .$4.436.55, stags $3.255.25. common to choice heavy fat sows $4.23(5)3.90, extra $G. light shippers $3.836.40, pigs 1 4 - T-- f1 its' '- - iafe, . .Vf-P:.t)-:.. ?-!- '"i- - r'r: .V V" ', M , . ; Hi 3 -- A- - if ft -M f. t& rt MMMMMB - TMC .WMHftslfer REUS. i i. M WIHGHESTER Mee, in-I- ll NEWl Srath Main Street Mnckesfer, Kentucky. 3h iiupa auu ius. k7LU it, VAUgltflil prepares the throat d kings for more troWe --Step it! There M nothing so bad for a coiigh as coughing. Stop it! Ay erV Cherry rcuuroi ia a meuicuie wr cuugns ana coius, a regular uoctor 5 meai- ww vvugiiui Askwu(Your uc5 American Review has 'an article from the pen of Booker T Washington. ' This is the oldest .white magazine published. FOR ALL MEN AND WOMEN I will give ybbc free, a sample of Dr: Pierce's. 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Daily, Except Suntfay. -- 2.'" matte i EPISCOPAL CHURCH "Entered as 'second-clas- s frovember 28, 1908, at the postofflct Arcliileacoa Wentworth will conin Winchester, Kentucky, tinder tht duct morniny: prayer sen-ic- e and let of March 3, 1879." preach Sunday morning at li)Yloei a Emmanuel church. A cordial Beth Phenes 91. is extended to alb itation to art-envho desire to do so. ' SUBSCRIPTION RATES: By Mail. Daily, one year 8iz Months One Month $3.00 1.50 .25 s BLACKSMITHING. When yon want good horseshoeing r any kind of repair work, don't forget that we do all kinds of work black--mit- h that is done in a first-clashop. Reasonable prices; al! work guaranteed. Your patronage T. M. Domigan, corner solicited. Winn avenue, opposite D. S. Gay's warehouse. ss . Advanced Payable in y isSVESmSISfr KATES: Sltplay Per iacfe 'few tisia, any edltiom. .........ft .2 hae. withis ona weak.. Dsn week. continnonaly Oit calendar mo., continuously Fosr weeks, 4 tines a watt. . . . Four trfeks, Jhrrj time ea week. Fosj Teks, two tine a week.. Retting Rctices Per Line: 1.0( 3.0( 2. ' 2rUT MU f' lb ' ai-- Four wteks. Tw time a week... i : . Pur reading. CMitiunons insertions of same rate. Rtm at double the oae-o- sc nK heading... Choice Engraving. "America Is not deficient In patriot1.8U ism nor In love of art," said the cheery L2 citizen. "Ho," replied Miss Cayenne. "But just the same, the general eagerness to, possess $20 bills is not due .75 entirely to the fact that George Washington's picture is on them." Washington Star. 7 'v. e FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Services at 11 a. m. and 7:1" p. ni. Ai the morning service the R;v. Thomas .Spight, Missionary to Argentine, will preach on "Our MUicn Work in Argentine." Xo collection will he taken. Dr. Porter, the p.is-to- r, will preach at the evening service. Eveiyhody cordially invited. SHORTHAND i.i r Per Wert: iBMrticm. any editioa le bV insertions eontinnously .. 2a lire Eaek tkree additional insertions. o 9m calendar no., eontutnonsly. .10c 'rtytkiag counted less than 19 words. Nc ites charged oa hooka for taaa tkaa M eeata. Class!ari WATAUGA Shorthand taught by Miss Grace Mrs. Ellen Watts is very ill. Thoroughness guaranteed. McKinney is on the Coyle. Mrs. Nannie Call at J. M. Stevenson's Law Oflice. sick list. "Misses. Gutherie and Gertie Boler Fi.-hetf) ' spent Sunday with Mrs. Sue (Mr. and Qlrs. Leo Ramsey and The Angler's' Bait. A well known angler at PeterborOfiller Ramsey spent Sunday with ough having obtained a wasp's nest' (their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ec Ram- containing a large number of grubs. r. sey. I ztv,u r.--r, - kill the grubs so Mrs. C. T. Ectoa and children and them for bait The that- he could use next morning he spent went to get the grubs, but cn opening 'Sis Tanner, of Winchester, Sunday wfth (Mrs. Serena Bradley. (the oven door a swarm of wasps flew out. The oven was not hot enough to iMiss Agnes Bradley spent Sunday kill the grubs, but was sufficiently warm to hatch them. London Daily with Mr. and 3Irs. C. T. Corey. (Mr. and Mrs. George Ramsey, o Mail Jessamine county, spent Sunday Winchester Monument Works, a with Mr. Ec Ramsey. home cnlerprifc, caiiplcasp you with Mr. and Mrs. John Handy spjnl prices aim good work. one night last week with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Carpenter. A WARNING AGAINST WET FED Mrs. Silas Fisher and little daiTjili Wet and chilled feet usually affco: ter, Hannah May, spent Monday with the mucous membrane of the aiose her sister, Mrs. Cnriis Bradley., Miss Laura Belle Bradley 'spoilt throat and Jiangs, and la ganppe. Friday night with her sifter, Mr.--. C. bronchitis or pneumonia may result. ' Wateh carefully, particularly the T. Ecton. children, and for the rackinfr stubborn coughs give Foley' Uoncy and THE SOUND SLEEP Tar Compound. It soothes the inOF GOOD HEALTH flamed' membranes, and lieals the coughs quickly. Mis. A. A. Swagel. y Is not for those suffering from Kroh, Wis., says: "It always give ailments and irregularities. The Foley's Honey and Tar Compound to prompt use of Foley Kidney Pills my children. It cures their cough.5-anwill dispel backache and rheumacolds and they like to take it." tism, heal and. strengthen sore, weak For Sale by All Druggists. and ailing kidneys, restore norma! action, and with it health and Free concert. String band Mrs. M. F. Spalsbury, strength. afternoon. Everybody,.. invitSterling, 111., says: "I suffered great ed. Vermilion & Long. pain m ray back an'd kidneys, could FURS!!! FURS! FURS!! not sleep at night, and could not But raise my hands over my head. Will pay you the" Highest Cash two bottles of Foley Kidney Pills Kidney Pills have Prices for your Furs'., enred me. Foley ' J1. W. HISEL my heartiest endorsement." Bridge Junk Shop, rF6r Sale by All Druggists. No. 23 North Mapfest.' L. u East Tennessee Phone 215, Horn rhone 598. , ' , placed' to the1 nest in the kitchen ovetr kid-ne- Sat-urd- ay - IH3I Arrow 7&tch to put oa to COLLAR Eaatcst nl id to attain. M ( ll-18-4- HOW COLD AFFECTS THE KIDNEYS. tit - Ctaeg. Pcabodf fc CamytiiT. Mlttt. Troy. K.T. rAtalMers-Prk- s. i K. 1 X'-- s 50 c CO. ..v- - Avoid taking cold if your kidneys Cold congests the are sensitive. kidneys, throws too much work upon 'them, and weakens their action. Serious kidney trouble and even may result. disease Blight's Strengthen yonr kidneys, get rid of the pain and soreness, build it hem up by the timely use of Foley Kidney Pills They will cure any' case of ladkey or bladder trouble, not beyond inis is pernaps cue nrsi tune a coi-or- Ier: (be Teach of medicine. Nb medicine been selected to woman We!ae informed raat.Rev: Jno; 3. i . 1 can do more. Henderson, 'of tiis city, has been service. Far rverta LcaUa&tiM.:rtle ot the Liberty vj All Dragists; t l ire JxrMryva0Der-oirtu- e . ed The colored women rf New Bed ford. Mass., .own and conduct a home for' the aged, which admits both race's,. Thee women also- - have .fo,- no 000 in government bonus, $;),000 in railroad stock and $15,000 in bank. According to the National Census, SICK, UPSET STOMACH Louisville has a population of 941,-12- 5 whites and 713,874 colored. Diapepsin Stops Fednentation And Washington City has 90,000 Ends Worst Case of Dyspepsia in t and those who are employed Five Minutes w the government are paid $3,000;-.10- 0 ) Why not get some now this moannually. a ment, and forever rid yourself ol Judge Cook-- few. days ago called Stomach trouble and Indigestion! A x white lawyer down at Greensboro, dieted stomach gets the blues am . C, for referring to a negro plain grumbles. Give it a good cat, thei tiff ill court as "darkey." take Pape's Diapepsin to start tht An appeal will be issued soon, digestive juice working. Thero will b ailing on the 12,000,000 Afr'o: no dyspepsia or belching of Gas ;! Americans to raise $20,000 to erect erucations of undigested food; m i monument to the memory of the feeling like a lump of lead in tht i, rreat emancipator Abraham stomach or heartburn, sick headach-anof gratitude for the as a mark Dizziness, and your food will n.v freedom that they arc now enjoying. f?rment and poison your breath wit. The colored Baptist of Texas nauseous odors. bought a college this week, 'which Pape's Diapepsin costs only' .V nakes two that they own. cents for a large case at any dm;, Hon. Daniel E. Howard, the restore here, and will relievo the lent inaugurated black president ol case of Indigestion and Up he black Republic of Liberia, has set Stomach in five minutes.. elected the seven members of his There is nothing else better to tab Mack cabinet which consists of a Gas from Stomach and cleanse thi Secretary State, Treasury, War stomach and intestines, and, besides kind Navy, Education, Interior, At one single dose will digest and pretorney and Postmaster General. pare for assimilation into the blood A seven story .hotel and a ten all your food the same as a sound. .tory business block are being built healthy stomach would do it. When Diapepsin works, yonr stom' it Tampa, Fla., by negro labor. Revs. Small, Sanders and others, ach rests gets itself in order, clean.-u-p and then you feel like eatin; jf this, city, who will attend the M. ., next when you come to the table, and whal i. Conference at Columbus, nonth will assist in selecting dele-ratyou eat will do you good. to the next General Conference Absolute relief from all Stomacl TVf. Garvin was in Frankfort Misery is waiting for you as soon a Monday, and B! F.. Johnson", in you decide to take a little Diapepsin. Tell your druggist that you want Pape's Diapepsin, because you warn Thos. Green rented the Jesse Evto become thorougly cured this time. ans place possession March 1. Remember, if your stomach liii Jackson, Tenn., with only 0,000 out of order and uncomfortable now people, is supporting a negro bank. you can surely get relief in five miu- Miss Bettie Owens from Illinois, ii utes- in the city visiting friends'. .... Mr. and Mrs. Charles, Miss Lillie viae and Jolin Pervine, Jesse Robin-io- n and Dr. Summers, were in, Lex-ngtWednesday attending the fun-srof Mrs. Martha Robinson; si.s-e- r (W. W. Banks, Editor.) The male, female and juvenile, deof the former. partment of the U. B. F. Lodge, arc As a rule' white people prefer the preparing to banquet their Stat falkativc, singing and jolly negro fo Grand Master in great Myle on hi service and yet'that is not the kiuci mniial official visit here next month. ."f negro that stands the highest iu A busy race has 'but little time t( their estimation. pend in complaining about difficulJohn Fisher has 'applied for a pen- ties or injustices. They are inon interested in Miccess then they an Mr. F. H. Haggard is building a Washington finding fault. Do not emphasize too tenement house on much your wrongs'. treet in Poyntcrville. While yoi should not seek to hide injustices, it We hear of a few colored people does not pay to adverti.--e thcin toe 'n iWinchester bserving Lent. This is the year for tile presidenmuch. Booker T. Washington. Henry Flanagan, colored, of Fort tial sind congressional elections, Worth, Texas, is the inventor of an consequently it means much political maneuverings. As editor of aeroplane. Negroes- - in the Section :f New we advise the negro to quietcxercitc his right of suffrage and ior ,ny, Known as .Harlem, own ly 2.000i)00 worth of property. stay out of the great vortex of public agitation for nothing is to be Rt. Hon. Monsieur Legitimus, a member of the tFrench Chambers' of achieved by it. Let "make an living and stay out of poliDeputies, is a honest negro. Dr. W. Ballard, of Louisville, left tics" be the motto of the race. Miss Antionette Brocks, of Washthis week to accept a.govermnent ap ington, D. C, a niece of Dr. Holmes, pointment at Monrovia, Libcira Jack Johnson is a candidate foi of this city, recently married Louis n A. Mitchell, the vocalist Alderman in Chicago. Samuel L. Hickman, of Springfield. and character artist of Ncwork. O., a former Lexintonian, has jbeen Mrs. Birl Turner, of Lexington, granted a patent on an improved was the guest of Mrs. W. W. Banks, harrow. this Aveek. if The University of Virginia and the The negro as a rae should come University of Georgia each have re back to the old land mark and teach ceived a gift of $12,500 from the es their" children thrift, obedience, and morality and in the tate of the late Miss Caroline Phelp . Hebrew Stokes 'for the establishing of a language of Solomon tli scholarship to study the condition of vsage: "When they get old they will negroes in the South. not depart irom u. A $20,000 warehouse has just It is rumored that Frank Martin been completed at Allenaworth, Cal. is engaged to marrv a Harrodsburg This city w.fi3 founded by Rev. Allen lady. Allensworth, a prominent- - Baptist Let all of us blaek folks remember minister of this state, an uncle of this hard winter' next summer. "Dr. J. H. Tyler, of this city, and a Mad'ames Lillie Givens and Agnes refined Chaplain of the U. S. Avniy. Woods' were' hostesses at an elegant Mrs. Dorothy Coates, a prominent birthday reception Thursday night. colored woman, of Portland, 'Ore- James Johnson, from Ford, undergon, was recently drawn on a jury went a surgical operation in this city panel to" serve in tie Superior jCcur' Wednesday' by DrsI Holmes and Ty- - mm or " ne-rro- es Nature's Way Is The Best. sefil.-Orcgo- a root, maadrak Buried deep in our American forest we Cpd blocdroot, queen Of these Or. R. V. grcpe root and chcrrjbark. and stone root, golden Pierce made a pure glyceric extract which has been favorably known for. oyer forty" years. He called it "GOLDEN MEDICAL DiSCOVEKY." eatira the Mood and tones up the stomach and This ", Discovery" system in Nature's own wcy. It's just lbs tksuc builder and tonic you requite. th, LTn-oli- "one-ccnt'stam- pa Dr. Pierce savs: " Gkcerinc olavs . an important part in r j: Dr. tierce's Oolden ivicaicai uiscovery in tne cure oi inuigesuun, V ,ja'AO SlTTt v dyspepsia and weak stdmach, attended by sour risings, heirt- burn, tout oreatn, coatea. tongue, poor appence, gnawing stomach, biliousness and kindred derangements of the stomach, liver and bowels, in Tn rmiffha nnA hoarseness caused bv bronchial, threat and lung affections, exceptl sumption, the "Golden Medical' Discovery " is a most efficient remedy, especially in t causcu uy irniituon aim wuguuuu ui in, uiumimu oostinate,nang-on-cougn- s branes. The "Discovery" is not so good" for acute coughs arising from sudden colds! must it be expected to cure consumption tn its aavancea stages no meuicinc win uu maL-f- or dl the obstinate, cbronic coughs, which, if neglected, or badly treated, lead up to const tion. it is the best medicine that can be taken." Sold bv all principal dealers in medicmesJ To find out more about the above mentioned diseases and all about the body in tiS Medical Adviser the People's Schoolmaster in Medic book of 1000 pages which treats of diseased conditions and tH revised and on receipt or ol cents mi pirotifol cmrpocfnl fivritmnnf tfterenf. Cloth-boun- d sent post-pai- d only. Address Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y. to pay cost of mailing tjSMJt.y - up-to-da- te ' Baptist church at Lexington. Prof. T. M. Kerry, closed hi.-school at the L. & E. Junction AVt'd- - ' es Lex-'ngto- - $S(W COLOrMCOliN al ' ncsday. Miss Eliza Hickman, of Lexington, has been the gnest of Prof, and Mrs. 4 E. S. Taylor, for several days. j IJ. P. Alexander, our popular col- ored attorney, filed two suits for divorces this week. j The white and colored Republican-o- f Sonth Carolina, snlit this week. ' and many of the prominent "lilly j whites" went over into the back camp. We desire to thank Miss Bessie Benton for things given me for the Maggie dempoor. Respectfully, ons. Mrs. Hannah Chenaulty who has been on the sick list, is recovering. Howard's Creek School has its March commencement Friday, They have 'one graduate this v Exercises begins at 7i30 o'clock. The, public is cordially invited. , MR. FARMER Does the saving of a dollar appeal to If you? - ,- j. IF SO DON'T FAIL TO SEE OUR LINE OF 'Full line of candies, fruits cigars'sa't Vermilion & Longs. and 23-:2t DR. DOLLE'S SANITARIUM -- "'"SISS"1' n, MEN CURED AT SMALL COST - 'BtttcoR Snalcal'OMratidtis Ptrfonncd With SUM and Success, when Surgery Is Necessary Horse Collars, Back Bands, Belly Bands Blind Bridles Trace Chains Breeching 1 and Hames We have the most complete line in the city. Bought right, therefore can sell at the right price. See us and save money. ti : ALL DISEASES OF MEN 011" PCfe PERMANENT CURE baysCudBo-RUPTU- rlLbO Positively Guaranteed ARIC0CELEt ni RESTMATIVE full-blood- ed well-know- Treataent in Loss of Vital Power MYnjiftfTl T OWED la a Few Days. afllWWELC Sftail Tmtnnt rm Iabouhea. Don't gire npbepe until tou hare Ken- old Dr. Dollel .Be will (tWe too FsEE a thorough examination, and wilt toll you the Tnrth. ConanltAtl on Free and confidential at cSco or experience Trained hr letter. Tueiisy attendants. 'Best of van. 6a at. Boolr on HenTi neon receipt ox cia. iorpn ortnatioa; CaUat ngiuneh Talnahle lnf iwh office or write to HM' I E .aK WALNUT STatfi iv Ill c&a 1!F. RE 1 Tmi' B'aHI' VHi Ui Li WILLI. CINCINNATI, O t IAbVIO f zmm o.:nTm Grubbs & - Benton Winchestar, Oanfcti ss t,B.lff TUrwaiiaa Cor. Main & Broadway- Kj. Aeet. Caddir AGENTS FOR VULCAN lLQWSte(1?f dirk County NattonaT BANK 1 .... VlZ The New Depositor ' til Trsjeii WldM faaaagaa a m ui Bajate Id this bank nay be assured of receiving direct peneaal. tion and prompt service. ww aaatw All we ass u iui ujjiui vluui jf .u snve jua .Banking seriee. the (rnaBtT.ef We raritfl yea to call arid see as. pere y V Bank baser - do-jn- ry -- l,. .00 ...... , JFaeiestar, y. .1- - 'v.' -f KW1 r l BSflRsJ shm&' . nVr Is- - THk 7 - . j- - j i. ' --W -- t; -t ti ' '""t -- H T1-- . THE WINCHESTER NEWS. ;- - r 5 51 JEWELEI Buys a Good First-Cla- ss I Every Day Watch 1--1 CtriVABrKJ CALL AND SEE IT .. -- MMI Monday, February 26th. i"or one:- pay only - ' CIETY " w j i u CINDERELLA The Most Spectacular Play Ever Thrown on the Screen 3 Full Reels! ii ii The house was- charmingly "deco Confederate An enjoyable meeting of the M. C. rated in American-anClub was held with (Mrs. J. Smith flag, and presented a beautifully M. C. Club d . " Hays on AVcducsdny afternoon. Prof. S. Anderson, of the faculty of Kentucky AVcsIeyun College, made a pleasing and instructive talk on "Sanitary Dairies," and able es Vi, patriotic appearance. The unveiling of a eherrv tree and hatchet was followed by a. gushing context, in which a handsome picture of Mt. Vernon .was offered to the guest who estimated nearest the cor were o made Jy Mr. rect number of cherries on the tree. Beckner and Pi of. C. II. This competition resulted in a tic -. livid Jlodgkin and 'Mis-Pauline Peoples gave a between MrMrs. J. R. Letton and the prize was charming piano solo, and Miss Mary Spencer sang- delightfully during the awarded to Mrs. Ilodgkin, when the social hour. The hostess served a tie was decided. Mrs. Nelson was ably assisted in dainty luncheon after which the entertaining bv the following ladies, meeting adjourned until March 10. when the Club will meet with 'Mrs. who weie attired in costumes and caps of the Martha 'Washington Clvde Gaines. tyle with powdered hair and beauty patches on the face: Mrs. John G. "hit. Vernon" Tea. James Patterson, Mrs. The members of Hart Chapter. D. Johns, Mr. Lucien BeckneK Mrs. Gordon SteA. R., and Virginia Han on Chapter. i and Mrs. delightful "ML venson. Mrs. Ward U. 1). enjoyed til-Lu-cien 99 Scenes! 300 People Diet-ric- h. For this Picture the performance will begin promptly at 2, 3, 4, 7, 8 AND 9 O'CLOCK etc completed the reminders of colonial days. Miss Amelia VaniMeter sang a beautiful solo, entit'led "Mt. Vernon," and was accompanied by Miss Miller on the piano. Miss (Miller aKo played a number of other patriotic airs, which were a fitting climax to a delightfiil afternoon. Montgomery comity. Mr. Claude Terrell, student Secretary of the Y. M. C. A., and the following K. W. V. students are in Clay City assisting in a religious revival: Marvin Eagle, Joe Cannon, Jns. Cu:n-ntinand Walter Mooie. They will g, a Vernon tea" with Mrs. Chnilcs Nelson on Thursday afternoon. To eaeli guest, a po- -t card was given, bearing the recital of an incident, "alid these when read connectedly completed a veiy entertaining description of "a trip to Mt. Vernon." The story was ery cleverly written by Cuts. Nelson herself, and furnished one of the mot olijftYuble features of a thoroughly delightful occasion C Bu-J- Steve K. Vaniiht. Miss Amelia VaniMeter and Mrs- Nniicye Ragland iMcClure sen id Bridge Ciub Entertained coffee, delicious sandwiches and eg).' enterta'.a.-- d iMis. I). L. 'PcnJlton kUses filled with whipped ,ci earn. the Bridge Club ery delightfully 'n Tinv American flags floated from Friday afteinoon. A most delimit fill the top of each dainty merinque, ami luncheon-wa- s sened follmn.--. the the patriotic colors of red, white and sanies. blue were carefully carried out. Mr. J. E. Grubbs is enjoying a dePiteuros of George and Mailha insion and of Stonewall Jack- lightful sojourn at Seabreeze. Fla. son rctiiin Jlonday. Mrs. George McCullum, Mr- -. Sarah Tabor and Mr. and iMis. X. A. tl'owell have returned from Xew Orleans, where they 'attended Maidi Gias. Jlr.s. 0. G. Hadden is il! at her home on South Main street of pneumonia. Mr. J. G. Johns is in Prestonburg, Ky., on business. Miss- Claudia wrconisplay and tiny hatch- - y SPRING COATS ! The music loers of the city will have a chance on March 9 to hear (inc of the best organisations in the country. The State University Glee Clnb includes Winchester in its early spring tour of the .state. of Dr. J. AV. Tyler, brother-in-laDr. dimming, of the Presbyterian church, of this eitv, has resigned the plistorate of the (Midway church and will go. to Moultrie, Ga., to accept charge of the church there. He has been with the Midweiy church about w Ratliii,'of Carlisle, friends and relatives in this Mrs. E. S. Jouett bas been visiting tributed to the church last First Baptist Church lier daughter, Mrs. Withers Davis, The First Baptist church, will hold SS1.309. ; v in Paris. its regular senTees Sunday, and Oh, be. a boy witb'tKTSetkat Miss Jessie Bundren, of Lexington, the vour: pinx mating i visited iMiss Christine Milam, for the Wednesday evenings. Play with him. stay with him, sHew . dauee. him the way. AVall: with him, talk with him, take Mr. Phirl Colter left for Louisville, A Sad Commentary on Winchester 'One of our local pastors, was him ouhlmns; this week. Colter will lea e to by a stranger a fe'iv days ago, if join him in a few days. Be his best friend, as you ought Miss Anna Stoner Rash left Fri AA'inelicster could be depended upon to. today. day for Petersburg, Va., where she to supports high, moral' and intellec- Take him down town so the yonng- will be the guest of Miss'Ella. Cald- tual entertainment. The friend ster may see twas compelled to say it The right sort of man that yon want well. him to be. 3Irs. J. C. Toller entertained a fsw could not. that a skating rink, a movfriends Saturday with a delightful ing picture show or a cheap opera Hatel. are the only kinds of entertainments Don't be too busy to hear what he's dining at "the telling, Mrs. J. AV. 'Poynter entertained that draw- crowds in AA'inche-tc- r. tMay God hasten the day when this with a charming party at the Lyric Don't scud him off when he coses to your knee Theatre on Saturday, in honor of may not 'be truthfullv said. Mrs. J. C. Toler, of Illinois, who This sort of father disaster is spellingMethwlist Church -lie's attractive guest of Oliss Sue On the, third Sunday afternoon at hungry for you and his pal Buckner. you should be, Mrs. Carrie Buekner entertained .1:30 o'clock. Rev. G. A..JopIiii, of Asso- Spend all the time that you can with with a charming six o'clock dinu"-o- the Kentucky Sunday-schociation, gave an interesting talk to 'Friday, in honor of Mrs. J. C. the lad. workers of He'll be a good' boy, if you'll b a, Toler, who is one of Winchester's the Sunday-schoat the iMethodist church., lie loveliest visitors. good dad. tried to impress his hearers with the JI Mrs. B. F. Johnson entertained g drinking on importance of the Institute woiU. with an informal First Christian Church 'Friday, the occasion being the an AW hope to have him bold an instiof tbe First The congregation tute in AVinehcster in the near future. Christian church is anticipating with niversary of her marriage. The affair was quite simple, owing much pleasure, the visit Sunday, ReV. Leonadis Robinson, ot February 23. of two of their leading to the Lenten season, but was greatly enjoyed by the several guests, be- the First Methodist church, delivered missionaries, A. iE. Corey, from Chithe first of a scries of diseour-C- '. cause of its quiet simplicity. na, and Dr. Royal J. Dye, from the Sunday evening. IIi subject was Congo, in Africa. Dr. Dye's church Mr. iE. P. Domb, of Los Angeles, Cal., is visiting big brother, Mr. A. "A .Man's Religion and His in Africa is probably the most reSome of the leading points markable IM. Domb, the president an'd manager church, in the world, in of the Winchester Cloak and Suit weie these: "There is no division be- that, out i.f a membership of about tween the secular and the sacred." Conipany. seven hundred it supports seventy Take your ibusines into your Edward Kirk, bright little son of of its number asi missionaries to the Take your religion into your heathen in the surrounding country. Prof, and Mrs E. C. Darnmby, is business. Make religion your critically ill. In other words, every nine members and not business your religion. supports the tenth a'Ka missionary. Dr. W. M. Camming and two shun James and Robert; Messrs. Hariy Possess your business. Do not alAssociated Charities Ii. Kelson. S. W. Willis and Dr. C. low your biisiiKVs to possess you." II. Rees were in Lexington to attend (One bcniftiful illustration of how During the past week this organa meeting in which a summary of the irieed 'Iliads' the eves was ization has furnished clothing to 8 church, at the head of AVall children inVmler that they might atLaymen's Missionary meeting recentstreet, holds the commandments cut tend Sunday school. The name of ly held in Chatanooga was given. Mrs. J. C- - Toler "left Saturday in gold, but gain getters never ee each child who has been provided for afternoon for Shelbyville. where her them, nor the spiie that points t.i is sent to the Superintendent of Tiis heaven. They never look Iiiglui Sunday School and lepotts are daughter is attending school. than the clock." fiom the Superintendent as His subject for next Sunday will to the child's regular attendance and Everything good to eat at Arermil-iobe "A Man's Religion And His good behavior. & Long's. 2 A corChurch.'' All are invited. In this way the General Secretory, ii-i- uil Jr mid-we- ek ;cd Brown-Proctor- ia he ol ol AYiu-chest- er egg-no- pas-jo,- leli-gio- n. this;-''Trini- ty cd n 3-'2t TOM COWAN BACK. dial invitation is extended to stran-ger- s. I .' t XI s w All of the latest M ." models-in- , Spring-Coat- s maybe seen, at our store at lower prices than" they can be secured where in the city.-- , elsecom-plet- n We have a e line of millinery. WINCHESTER ft H , PAR 111 Manager. CO. Inc. A. M. DOMB, V.Bka Building BoUi Joiiet 364. WINCHESTER, KY. f 4 4sf!i 61 Main Street ,t Tom Cowan, the popular barber, is S. Kerr and little dauu'i-te- r, back' at his stand" in the iMcEldowney MrsvF. The7 AVoman's Home Missionary Mary Frances, have returned to Building and is now ready to serve Society met Tuesday afternoon. A their home in this city, after an ex- his old friends and customers whcie tended isit to Mrs. Kerr's parents, you will always get prompt and first lar;;e attendance and i a very mter-,:.t- ." Fv,l jil, csting program; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bryan, at Xorth class service. Middletown. Emmatwel Espicffpar Church Mrs. Eliza Lane, of Lexington, was THE KhSG'S BUSINESS "Ash AYedne-fday,the 'first day called to this city Friday on account V of the Lenten Season, "was observed of the illness of her brother, Mr. W. C. T. IT. Nefes at Emmanuel Episcopal church lat Charlton Lowe, who is suffering fiom mx j ears. The AV. C. T. U. is under obliga- Wednesday monung. iloly com- Miss Iris Dietrich has been elected a paralytic stroke. tions to the5 many friends jvho miiuioit was celebrated by ArchdeaMr. George GotYay, of !Pineille, as assistant teacher in French nhd to dixplny their wares, and ex- con AA'entworth at 8 a. m. At 11 Latin in one of the Lexington iwas the guest Friday of Miss (Mary change last Saturday; aKo to o'clock, a special service appointed schoolj and left this week to as- Shindelbowfir. Molars. Grubjs and Benton for the for the day was conducted by the Mrs: C. B: Green and little daughsume her duties-- . She is one of fice use of their beautiful window in Archdeacon on tj, topic, "The Ideal Winchester's most popular and in- ter, Mary Xeal, of liichmoud, are w&ich to display their wares, and ex- of the Church For Lenten Obserof Mrs. J. AV. AVJieeler. giu's-ttellectual young ladies. , thanks, lo each friend who vance." tends 'Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Jlosteltterpif Mr. James Bean, of Damille, is helped make this exchange a great Lexington, hare (returned home, after visiting in the city. success. Professor AV. C. Campbell, of Xew Mrs. P. II. Jackson and Mrs. J. a visit to Mr. and Mrs. AV. "M. Kobb. The Executive Committee deemed York, 'Field Secretary of the "Riissoll Mr. E. S. Jonett is in Lexington and L. John Lisle, hae T' it wise to postpone the time of Mrs. Sage Foundation,' was a guest at the returned from a visit to relatives in on business. Hotel- - AVcdnesday. Taylor's coming because of the very Brown-Proctorinclement weather. It being impos- Mr. Campbell has been traveling sible to mature necessary plans for thiough the Cumberland and Blue the pleasure and profit of the puHilic. Ridge mountain.--, in the interest of Oxy-Acetyli- ne However, at the next regular meeting the educational department of the of the AV. C. T. U.. a date will be fix- Sage Foundation, ne was in conh, ed and all arrangements made to in- sultation with Archdeacon vite Mrs. Taylor, who has agreed to of the Protestant Episccpal he our guest at any convenient time. Diocese of Lexington; Key. Hutch- I have installed a Modern Welding and Cutting Outfit Welding: AutomoThe Union regrets this necessary en's, who has charge of Mountain Specially Adapted such as "cylinders, crank cases and all change of program, but ' all things Missionary work for the .Presbyterbile other parts of Automobiles, Milling: Machinery, considered, it was deemed wi-'to ian church Board of Missions. and consult the comfort of our friends Machinery, Gas Engines', Etc. Prof. Cynis Smith, of Berea College. . Torch We weld all metals with the the general public and also provide Archdeacon AA'entworth has reewv, and they are as strong or stronger than new. All work for them a program, even more ated a letter from President Frost, of guaranteed. tractive, than the one which had Berea College, in which he says that been prepared. vCHAS. HAGAN, Machine 286 conversions were the result of Corner Broadway and Highland The next regular meeting of the the series of .special services just v tl ', AV.' C. T. U. will be held in and of the earnest prayers of the lectme elo-ei room of the Methodist church, friend of the school, who have been Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. praying of a blessing upon the serv" All members are airged to be present, ices! No rector has' been secured, Don't buy a car until you have investigated tire as business of importance will he as' yet, to take the place of Mr. Buick line. We have cars ranging in price from Banks, the "former pastor of considered. the price. ' $1800., nothing quite as good $850. ' A prominent Coloradt) man deAsk anyone Vho ownsone. clares that any community that has Washington St. Presbyterian Chwch.l We carry in stock a full line of Tires and Tubes banished the saloon needs to put in Rev. TrankK. IMoore. of Louisville, and all kinds of Auto supplies. Our pfices are right, Vigorous substitutes for it, ' or the will couduct the sen ices at the - z- us trial.' t give 'S' V last state of that place will oe worse AVashington Street church Sunday " than the first. 'Another writer conies rmorninff and, evening. , back with the retort that" "a eity no T 14eKorean Presbyterian chnrchr Aore needs a substitute for the sa IT. ig. A., is cofflposed . of 10870 loon fltaajwe' shall SI ,. ,Hob EHlTMa.S44 Cor SaWw fee wlkBftw."" soak. These Kwea.coBverts coa-- l '., w 4A ,r'&-u--- . 'V TT ,i is 'kj-J;- ?jr. s' i&V . y.--S ,s r . s" -w r '.-i'.r -J con-whi- ch s IMc-Cord ia city. Miss Peddicord, is enabled to keep an oversight over work done, to report results. It also aids in the selections of worthy cases. To help those who are helpless, to raise the fallen, to encourage the discouraged, all tliis is only an, inTo ignore telligent despise those those in poverty, to ty who have fallen by the way is called and not worthy to be selfish. Next Tuesday afternoon and evening the management of the Auditorium Skating Rink will give all the proceeds' to the Associated Charities. n. ste-pidi- FURS!! fURSU! FURS! Will pay yoa the Hifeteet Ouk Prices for yotur Fan. J. W. HISEL'l No. 23 North itaple at Tennessee. Phone 215,. Sea -- Bridie J& Skfc East Phone 596. 1 4 5 Welding FIRST LA GRIPPE, THEN IR0NCHITI Such was the case with rfrs. Wj'S. "My wiie ttailey, MeCreaxy, Ky. was taken down with a severe at lack of la grippe, which ran into bronchitis. She coughed as tho ske could taot sleep had consiimption-'ansThe Doctor's aneaieiae at night r;ave her no relief and I was advised to try Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. The (In bottle galfe her se much relief that she continaei u: pe: I and three bottles effected lent cure." Mr. ATI S. Ba3ey saj he Ls prepared to answer a0 iaqair- ies promptly. .?" 'jh -- Of Parts. AA'ent-iwort- Parts to er Farm Oxy-Acetyli- ne I 3 y-- and Repair Works, d. For sale-- BvaDraMM, j ' w r r. m fi vv. j .- V to at a Jr t:imtyiim PhH 'J' L?t- WINCHESTER GAR AGE j. -- te -. . " x: '- , 3 tt I r "it THE WINCHESTER NEWS ABE ATTELL WHIPPED - BY New Pugilistic Champion Comes Out of Fight Which Ten Thousand Sports Saw at Los Angeles. Los Angeles, Cal., ;Feb. 23. A new pugilistic champion was made in the Vernon arena Thursday when Johnny Kiibane, of Cleveland, Ohio, decisively outfought, outgamed and outpun-ishe- d Abe Attell ht a tewenty-roucontest and at the eloc was awarded the featherweight title 'by Referee Charles Eyton. Nearly 10,000 persons saw the fight. Fully 5,000 others were turned away at the gates. It was the greatest crowd' that .ever viewed a prize fight in Los Angeles. The receipt's amounted to about $23,000. The men fought for a. purse of $10,-00- 0 of which Attell was to receive .$(5,500, win or Jose or draw, and Kiibane $3,500. Besides they agreer to divide evenly fifty per cent of the moving pi6ture privilege. Atteff Clearly Outfought Attell was clearly outfonht. speed and wonderful cleverness were not. in evidence. Kilbant made him look like a novice in nearly every round. .Only in one round, the seventh, did Attell have a lead and in that it was not by any means as decisive as that of Kiibane in the remaining rounds. Attell ibrought the wrath of the big crowd upon himself , by foul tactics Time and again he would hold left arm with both hands and once, in the eight, he grabebd arm wit hboth hands and tried to bend In the third round he "heeled" the Cleveland boy while in every succeeding round hi work called forth, hisses from the crowds. la the seventh round, after rush- uig into a clinch to avoid KilbaneV tattoo of his face and body, Attell hutted the Cleveland boy with his head opening a great gash over ' Kil-ban- HEP THE POOR 9- Ar Through tie courtesy of the managers of the Auditorium Skating RinkJUES DAY, FEBRUARY 27 has been set aside as " Charity Day " and the proceeds of both afternoon and evening sessions are to be given to the Associated Charities. This is a worthy cause and the house should be packed at both performances. DON'T FORGET THE DATE Kilbana's left, eye from which tlio blood spurted prof usoly. Attell Covered With Grease At the beginning of the sixteenth (round IJpfcree Eytcm stopped the fight, grabbed a towel and thoroughly wiped off Attell's body. It was seen to be covered with some greasy substance. Attell protested but the referee paid no attention to him. Kilbanc's work has a revelation even to his friends. Entering the ring with the odds two to one against him he never faltered for an instant. He fought fast and showed clever work, both with hands and fee. A straight left jab to Attell's nose or soe left eye was his favorite blow. He would send this in and then, like a flash, cross with his right to the other, side of Attell's head and jump back out of harm's way. Attell seemed wild throughout the fight, but this was due as much to Kilbane's foot work as to any other cause. Time and again the bewildered Attell tried in vain to corner the Cleveland man. The decision of Referee Eyton was received with cheers and Kiibane was carried from the 'building on the shoulders of his friends. "I want to telephone to Mary," "e ) said, meaning Mrs. Kiibane.. OPERA HOUSE Next Week Commencing : CLASSfB) COLUMH CLASSIFIED ADVERTISCHMTa MONDAY, FEB. "THEWHEELERSISTERS 26 le Se i wtnl tar a akaj a war far Una swUmw. JjC a war far aaaft tertian. 1 16 6 PEOPLE - 16 Big Vaudeville Acts 6 a wari par wmRL Seattarai anartlaaa. la aw laaartfaa. flatMH laaarlai far am 10c aoai tm 9m m far ha TRACY AND STOKELY A BARGAIN. OPENING PLAY "From Rags to Riches" If sold at once; house of 4 room's; Prices 10, 20 & 30c Ladies will be admitted free Monday .night when accompanied by 1 paid 30c ticket. Same must be bought at the advance sale before 6 p.m. lot 50x150; cistern gas, outbuilding?, rents at $10 per month; here is a chance to net 10 per cent on your investment. Office in McEldowney BaSag BOTH PHONES FOR RENT 10 room house 6n South Main street ; modern conven--ienc- e. C. G. Bush. 4 Monday. Try To Get In Offies Don't forget your dinner Saturday ind Courtday. Everything from a Hem fmmTM. cent lunch to a-- $5 dinner. Vermilion & Long. DR. M. FURS! FURS!! FURS!)! lcun I I II 1 WANTED A young man "with best of reference, wants a position a some office at a fair salary wei it will be convenient for iim to off occasionally on other business.,. .appiy Vy. u. itooDins ai mis omcr. IP ,5 i k gt' L. MYERS, DENTIST, Will pay you the Highest Cash 'rices for your Furs. J. W. HISEL PENDLETON, BUSH & BUSH Bridge Junk Shop. Attorneys-at-LaNo. 23 North Maple st. 5th Floor McEldowney Building East Tennessee Phone 215, Home w rift Fleer JlcZliewssy BoutaC WINCHESTER. KY. WANTED White or colored girl'to do housework. Charles Bahnut. 102 'llaple and Holly. WANTED I want to rent a 6 or 7 room cottage, centrally located, with modern conveniences. Apply to A. Fcld. -tf 111 Phone 596. MEAL! MEAL!! ll-18-4- Winchester, Ky. ROOMS MEAL!!! J. M. STEVENSON w FOR RENT Apply at 13G College street, or call Home. phone' ' 341. I -- When in need of any meal don't Attarney-at-Laforget that we have the old fash60 S. Main St. Winchester, Ky ion water mill stones and do custom grinding. T. M. Domigan, opposite I ' David Gay's warehouse, on corner E. E. LOOHIS " I 1 -- lm a-Winn avenue. Auctioneer ss 2-- LOST, STRAYED er STOLEN From my place 2 2 miles from Winchester on the Colbyville.pike, a black yearling filly. "Any information Us to her whereabouts will be rewarded by II. B. 'Little, Homo 1 McEldowney Building, phone 75G. 1--3 1 3 Winchester, Ky. .VAPOR TREATMENT Sore For Sale or Rent! At Hunt, Kentucky, Clark county, G miles from Winchester, n good t pike and in neighborhood of graded schools, a most desirable .business property, consisting of storeroom, stock of goods, 2 nice . FOR RENT Jly old house o ten rooms on 'Maple street. Apply to A. J. Earp. FOR SALE down town nice 7 room meat house, For Catarrh, Colds, Coughs, m "USE NOTHING Throat and Bronchitis. Everybody knows that breathing IIYOMEI a few times a day through the little hard rubber pocket inhalei will in a short time drive out catarrh IMauy people regularly use the vapor treatment at night in conjunction with the inhaler, claiming that it very-bes- or EXCHANGE Fcr property or farm, a house with water, gas, nice barn, plenty fruit extra lots. Todd Broi. and three r SENSE" COMMON BUT hastens results. This is the vapor treatment: Into a bowl three quarters full of boilins water pour a scant teaspoonful of HYOMEI, cover head and bowl witr. towel and breathe for five minutes healing, the soothing antiseptic HYOMEI vapor. Try it when using HYQMEI for any nose or throat ailment. HYiQMEI rhil-lip- s dwellings, blacksmith shop, 2 large STRAYED From rav farm on the iParis pike one red gardens, in all about 2 acres of land. steer; weight about 700 ponnds. Will sell at a bargain if taken at Information to his whereabout? once. See G. M. Glenn on the premCalloway will be appreciated. ises. Crawford. ed -tf TODD BROS., (Tome phone 472. Winchester, Ky. MONEY TO LOAN on real estate; Long term. Easy payments. Apply to Robbins, News office. Iisnre in l : FOR RENT iMain STROTHER'S HIGH ART SIGNS A GOOD SIGN TO A BUSINESS IS THE SAME AS A LOCOMOTIVE TO A TRAIN. is guaranteed by The Wheeler Sisters with The Wheeler Sisters BigSock Company, OLD RELIABLE Drug Store, to put an end to at the Opera House all next week c ommencing Monday, February 2G. catarrh, or money back. A bottle i AMD statement can be had than the ac FIRE INSURANCE" of HYOMEI costs 50 cents; a com- WHEELER SISTERS BIG REAL ESTATE AGENCY plete outfit, which includes inhaler, tual experience, in other uoids $1.00. STOCK COMPANY. The management of the Winches CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH. ter Opera House announces that lie George W. Shepherd, pastor. Ser- has secured the famous Wheeler Sif vices at Court House. Sunday school ter Big Stock Company for an entire 9:30 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. week's engagement, commencing and 7:00 p. m. Prayer meeting) Monday, February 2G. Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. satsl0-t- f It has bien the subject of much comment in all the leading papers Milk a Fire Extinguisher. . possibly in every city cf the It has. been proved that milk will and effectually extinguish the flames from United States that the good old time gasoline, or any form of petroleum, drama and a is a thing of since it 'forms an emulsion with the the past. That the motion picture oil. whereas water only spreads it has been the cause of this decltue of the drama. This, however, is not A Real Treasure. A memory without blot or contam- true, but on the other hand the moination must be an, exquisite treasure, an inezhaustlbe source of pure re tion pictures .is going to bring about the return cf this, class of attraction freshment. Charlotte Bronte. ror the reason that have keep up FURS!!, FURS!!- !FURS! nterest in dramas-- vy introducing :t in almost every motion picture Will pay yon the Highest Cash that is made. And now the public Prices for your Furs. ind motion picture lovers' are elam-rin- g HISEL J. Shop for their old time favorites in Bridge Junk a is eal life. The No. 23 North Maple st "coming'back" jnto. vits own. Hon East Teanewse Pfcoae 215, No better proof of the above PboseoW. U4Mw melo-drammelo-dram- (Four rooms at 306 S. Good garden and stable. Apply to T. J. Bradley or Mrs. I. A. Shirley. street. FOR SALE A coming iPercheon mare; weight 1200 lbs. Floyd W. Clay, Indian Fields, Ky. A new modern- buili FOR RENT house centrally located; possession middle of "March. Apply to Bobbins at News office. - . business, that thp- management of the Wheeler Sisters Big Stock Company the attraction at the Opera - Mfflc FratsnHy BMf., Meet Its a; lVnn perry ' Save Time by Telephoning When a man feels the necessity of being in two places at the same time "he goes to the nearest telephone and sends his .voice By having the service of the lu Is easy to travel all over the State and other States. If you haven't onr service you should have. Call our manager for full information. House all next week, has experienced this season. Capacity houses greet ing them everywhere. The Wheeler Sister Big is one of the strongest repertoire shows ever en tour. Car rying an acting company oFsixteen people and six vaudeville acts. Headed by the famous Wheeler Sisters, the ibig "Favorites of the South." Special scenery and electrical effects are carried for every production. Stock-Compan- y . THIS WAY FOR Fresh and Cured Meats, Country Produce, nice eating and cooking apples and Fresh Oysters. Your patronage solicited. , s FOR RENT Four or five rooms, gas and cistern. Home phone 66 or apply at No. 116 North Highland.' ' t - Terms Cash H. L GILBERT Home at & CO. The opening play Monday night "From Rags to Riches," is a come dy drama full of heart interest. Prices 10c, 20c and 30c. Seat on sale at usual place. Ladies will . PtaM 37 WANTED Young men wanting .'a musical education, at very4' liltla cost should join Modern Woodmen of America Band and Tchesti$. For particulars apply jG?- - H; Mackie, director, at Barnes' Grocery or Dr. E. R. Bush, president, Fraternity Building. FOR SALE The Big Rua Coal, Ha the market; yards t6 Wst Broadway. Clark Ceaaty -t Coapany. . on Cob-strueti- on fx i. best IAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY , bo admitted free" Monday night when aceompanied.,by one paid 30 cent ticket. Same must be bought before 6 m. Monday. Try to get 2 for 30 cents; DRINK - ll-2S- -- MOftCTHANWET FOR SALE 100 extnHM Island Red pulUit" jJKaacknk, Home shne S13-J- ' 1M c i. " f v'- - A( - - VmMsawalaaf flBSE4EfEfaw.