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A COPY; 3 I I " ' JJ- M. 108., ed by the 'Foreign Christian Mission PARENTAL WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, JEBRUARY 26, 1912. Jl fil'fl 2 CENTS II CENTS A WEEK ary 'Society toraisc $1,000,000 with in the present year, is a conspicuous COUNTY FAIR figure among religious bodies at present, both (because he is one of Fir, 9mm ef Hesaital in Winchester the best known workers in the foreign Held and because he comes to Majerity America at a time when the eyes of U Set at AofiHSt the world are directed toward China. Mr. Corey has been in China for the ".After a conference with the prin- last 12 years and lias witnessed the cipal horsemen and stock (raisers of great political and religious upheavJfce" county, Monday, the committee al that has resulted in the downfall of "doctors appointed to arrange for cf the Mandnv dynasty and the ala fair to be given to erect a hospital most total destruction of idol worfor Winchester, the committee set the ship. date for the fair as August The returned missionary spoke- lo The majority- of doctors have sign-edrt- a' large congregation at the. First guarantee pledges andpros-pect- s Christian church Sunday .morning for are bright for the best fair in raoie. t'.sm an hour, bringing into his the history of Clark count v. discourso much of the present history in the empire as well as a most entertaining sketch of the 'genera! GHAWLEY KNEW HOW characteristics oL the people. 6-1- 0. 0. he prOR CLARK lloor ,and was soorr placed where it could do no harm by IS the ofliccrs. The immediate territo. ry about the building was quickly roped off and no one allowed to ap For Young Couple Who, Baffled Po-Hproach it, the OfTicer fearing that Jn Efforts to Prevent Their the remainder, of the structure might on the second FORGIVENESS lift Jinnr5no in iht Irtnris OFFICIAL CALL FOR Marriage. fall. county committee shall bo elected by county or ward mass conventions, ACTIVITY such mass conventions shall be held REPUBLICAN CONVENTION in Such county at the same time and place at which delegates are elected to said State Convention, on Claris County is To Have 19 Dele-- ; Saturday,. April C, at one o'clock p. gates to State Convention, to Be m., Standard time. Large Number, Mostly ef Fair 1 w to-w- it, 1 Held April, in 1912. GEO. W. WELSH, Chairman. ALVls S. BENNETT, Sec'y. On The Market Meflday.PartM Ira, TO SPUD SUNDAY Qias. Crockett, colored, knew how fo spend Sunday whether he was sell iflg liquor illegally or not, according' to the police who raided lias lfome Sunday and found 50 bottles of. beer and 3 quarts of whiskey. Having been "tipped off' that Chawtey was selling whiskey illegally. Officers Strode, Insko nnd.Dykes raided the house and found the booze Ohawley was arrested and a charge of illegal sale of liquor and placed ia jaiL The case will ibe tried Wednesday night. WASHINGTON STREET PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH The prayer-meetin- g will be held at 7;8p, o'clock Wednesday evening instead of 7:15 on account of the Sftbvgaard concert. MUCH INTEREST IN MEETING RQMJS (Messrs. Marvin Eagle, Joe Cannon and Walter Moore, of K. W. C, and Claude Terrell, State Student Secretary of the JT. M. C. A., returned (Monday morning from Clay City, inhere they have jbeen conducting religious services for several days. what is The quartet comprised known as the "Gospel Team." The meetings were held in of the city and much manifested in the meet-wg- s. interest was THE AUDITORIUM 5r' Lexington, Ky., Feb. 2C. Almost wiluout warning anu with a roar that could 'be heard several block road shops and muit have .them. away, the rear section of the thiec depot and a new story building, known as the Hillside there is not dpubi but what we will ' Flat Building, on South Broadway, get both. J beet ween High and Vine streets, colSome of ,the citizens have awaken lapsed Sunday afternoon about 1:30 ed from their long sleep and are deing cannibals. Now his church, with o'clock, entailing a loss, roughly esTOBACCO SALES termined to use more push and will a membership of 700 is deeply re timated at $5,000, and endangering work together for the. welfare of cm- ligious and consecrated. Every nine the lives of several people, who oc people and town and as a result wo will be held at both tobacco members support a native missionSales cupied rooms in the building. will be a big prosperoii3,'and grow in all, so that warehouses in this city, Tuesday ary, about seventy-fiv- e Mrs. James F. Grantham, wife of ing city, the gateway to the beginning At 9 o'clock. from this great church the gospel the wealth that is Just a few White House Meat Store manalight is shining for hundreds of miles Great opportunities ger, and mother of Ruperd C. Fos- miles .away. in all directions among the savage ter, a former Transylvauia student, await those who come this' way and TALKS tribes ofthe Dark Continent. who is now in Yale College, had bare Jackson by puh and' enterprise exMis story of this transformation lv time to rush out of the kitchen on pects to get its share. BY Ml was one .of the most inspiring nar- the, second floor reaching a room ratives imaginable. out of the danger zone just as, the FIFTEEN ITALIANS floor iwas carried to the ground un Larae Crawl's Present at First Fifteen Italians stopped over in der a 'huge-pilof brick and timber FOR B1IRLEY POOL t Christian Church Sunday te Hear The Fire and iPtolice Departments this city Monday en route, to Cincin- hurried to the scene of ttfe wrecked nati from Eatsern Kentucky where A. E. Carey ana Royal "J, Dye. Senator Byron, of Bracken coun- building cut off the gas and water, they hove been working" on the ex.- Mr" A. E Corey, president or the ty, was addressing a small crowd of ' and hastily cleared the building of tension of the L. & E- The "wops,"!had a big time weighs Collegerof Nankin, China, who ' farmers ia, the interests of the 'occupants who had remained in it.j Fortunately 'the only stove in that ing themselves on th& weighing ma- for the last four posed ten -- Vear pool Monday . noon as The" News went to press. jWwtfthe movement start-part of the building, which contained ' chine at the depot. W1-nee- d te unex-haustib- le e The Auditorium broom ball team ihe viceroy oi imna receive defeated the Scholastics Saturday ey, a salary of $300 a year and grafts of night by a score of 2 to 0. The same teams will play again $14,000." In the evening, a large crowd was Monday night. OK Nowt Powell is laying a new present for the address by Dr; Royal j. Dye, of Boleuge, Africa, who made "roof on the Auditorium building. ' This is the last week of skating at one of the ablest talks along missionary lines ever heard in this city. the Auditorium. Dr. Dye is the pastor of perhaps the most remarkable mission church of MR. LOWE BETTER. all Foreign Mission fields. It is sit. . Mr. Charlton Lowe is slightly imuated at Bolegne, a town in Central proved. Africa," squarely at the equator. The members of his congregation were formerly naked savages, many be. Mr. Corey knows personally' San Yat Sen, president of the republic, who is a Christian, together with eight of his cabinet of ten. The speaker referred to a recent demon stration in the streets of Nankin when 5,000 students of a Chinese university of that place went into the temples of the gods, tore down the idols and after beheading them. marched through the streets with the dismembered- - statues, cnying out. The gods are dead.' lie pointed to rule another indication that Man-chis ended in the fact that three voars ago Chinamen all over the empire unbound the feet and in many places cut off the queues, which through the centuries had been a sign of serf dom to the prevailing dynasty. "China has been burdened with two great evils, opium and famine," said Mr. Corey, in his interesting dis cussion of the evils undermining the nation's strength. "Take the liquor traffic which you think is such a great (problem of this county, and multiply its effect ten thousand times1 and you have some idea of the devastation wrought in the life of the life of the individual and the life of the nation by the opium habit." Five years ago an opium commis sion was appointed by Great Britain it the instigation of a young mis sionary from North Carolina , the commission, however, being considered sucli a joke that the British government made a proposition that if in five years the trade was cut down ten per cent through their efforts they would cease to import the drug altogether. This was five years ago. Corey, Today," concluded Mr. one-tenof the opium "there is not used in China that there was five yeans ago." "China is the greatest grafter's nation in the world," said Mr. Cor th After having thwarted the efforts DEATH OF MRS of the police of all near-b- y cities and of an angry father to prevent their marriage, Mr. Kelly Kash and GEORGIA, WRIGHT his bride, Misls Mollie McLinn, passed through Ibis city, Saturday, en route i to tliear home at Hazel Green. The lUliam Wright, Widow of the Late happy couple were married Friday of Paris, Passes Away After Paramorning in Ohio. lytic Stroke. Mr. R. T. McLinn, father of the bride had offered a reward of $200-Lexington, Ky., Feb. 2i. Mrs. for the prevention of the marriage Geoigia Wright, widow pf .the late The groom is a banker at JIazcl William Wright, of tl'kiris, Ky., an Green. The bride, who is only 16, is aunt of Mr. Newton! ,B. ' Mitchell, said to be the heiress of a large for- piusident of the Parisj Water Work tune; she is a niece of Messrs. John Company, died Saturday night shortC. M. and Floyd Day, of this city. ly before 12 tfclock atShc St. Jo-- i v The elopement was one of the most soph's Hospital, follotiing. a" stroke romantic ever known here. The po of paralysis last Monthly and later lice and county clerk of this city an attack of pneumonia, which was were notified some time previous to directly responsible for her death. the elopement not to issue the license She was 71 years old and well known When Mr. McLinn discovered -- that in Paris and the Blnegrass section. his yonng daughter had eloped, he Mrs. Wright suffered-- a stroke of phoned the police of this city to pre- paralysis last Monday' morning vent the marriage. Chief of 'Police shortly after she arrived from Paris McCord then sent scores of tele to consult a (physician and do some grams to the police of as many cities. shopping. She fell on West Main Iron-ton1 Louisville, Ky., February 14, 1012 To the Republican Electors of Ken- NEWCOMB established customs, and in obedience to the rales governing the Republican Organization of Kentucky, and the official call of the Republican National Committee, the Republican State Central Committee of Kentucky now directs that a State Convention of delegated representatives of the Republican party of Kentucky to be held in the City of Louisville, Kentucky, at one o'clock p. m., Standard time, on Wednesday, the tenth day of April, 3912, for the purpose of electing four delegates from the State of Kentucky at large, and four alternate delegates at large to the National Convention of the Republican party to be held in Chieago, Illinois, on Tuesday, June 18, 1!12, and for the purpose of nominating two electors from said State at large, to bo voted at the election to be held November 5, 1912. The delegates to said State Con vention shall be elected by County Mass Convention to be held in the county seat in each county at one o'clock, Standard time, on Saturday. April G, 1912, except in the counties of Bell, Boyd, Campbell and Kenton, in which counties said conventions shalljbe held in the cities of Middles- boro, Ashland, Newport and Coving ton respectively, and provided that in Jefferson county said convention shall be held in each of the wards-othe City of Louisville, and for thr county outside the limits of said city, which latter meeting may in held in said city. ne delegate shal be el.cted for each one hundred vot es of fraction thereof, amounting tc fifty or over, cast for the Republicar electi-rin such county at the Presidential election in 1908. The form oi votin r at sard countv or ward mas" conventions shall be by ballot in each county in which the county coinmit- tc-provides for the election of county committeemen by ballot at county or ward mass conventions and aid election of delegates ii coun.ies which elect county committeemen by county or ward mass con ventions shall be held by the sam officers who conducted the election ol In coun county committeemen. ties wltfc.li do not elect count com.nittce bv ballot the form of vot ing for such delegates shall Ibeviv." s o List of Sales. A large crowd was in town, Mon. tucky: In accordance with AITMIE Bill ' Bid PASSES SENATE Retained Few sales of importance were made although con- -. snlerable activity was hown in the mule market. Mule Market A large number day for Courtday. Drastic Features of And Owners Hcpe The Elopement Leaving their home at Hazel Green the elopers came to Hedges, this county, on the L. & E. There they hired a horse and buggy at a fabulous price, it is said, and drove to North Middletown, in Bourbon coun ty. Dr. J. A. Gilkey, of North Mid- dleton, a relative of the couple, drove them to Paris in his auto where they boarded the L. & N. train. The young people got off the train at Maysvile. thinking that they could get married there. But they were fold bv a small boy that the police them. were on the lookout--foHastily boarding a boat the young people once again escaped the burly policemen, who fain would interfere with love's young di earn. Arriving at Ironton by boat the long chase was enHiA and the young people wore married Friday morning. r .stiet, one side was cojiipletelj- - paralyzed, and her power of speech was lost. She never recovered complete control of her voice. She was rushed to St. Joseph's Hospital as quickly as possible,' but later pneumonia developed and she rapidly grew worse utnil the end cauie 'Saturday night. of mules, mostly of fair grade, was on the market. Thera was a demand for good mules. Some Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 2C Tfie of the sales (jrere: Newcomb Automobile Bill, which John Dnrall to Tom Brock, one passed the Senate Saturday, retains pair, $390. a clause to which the aritoniohile Joe Lindsay to Tom Brock, one owners strenonsly objected and that' mule, .$215. is the provision making the owners Chas. Thompson, of Lexington, liable for accidents caused by their pm chased 3 at $200 each, and one machines, whether ther may be in for $105. them at the time of such accidents Newt. Renaker fo Chas. Thompson, or not.-- The bill now goes to" the one mule. $la."i. House and the auto owners confiStrother Patton to Harvey Scott. dently expect to receive better treatone pair, $40.i. ment at the hands of that body. They Harvey Brock sold a pair for $400. declare that the law as it passed the Ben Franklin sold one mule for Senate makeg it dangerous to own $200. a automobile and many of them de- Cattle Market "laro-uhmeasure is unconstitutionFive hundred cattle were oir the al. market at aHmilton's Stock Yards. Tiading in this line was very slow. The prices were about the same as REDISTR1CTING BILL IS last Courtdav. The sales at two o'clock Monday SENATE PASSED afternoon were: Treatments House. e For Better jYJE Qny Two Votes Cast Against Measure Which Futs Clark, Powell, And Lee in Seventh. . 'Frankfort, J. K. Baekman steers at 5 1-- to M. Weil, 33 4 cents, weight 314)90 Es-ti- H At the time of her death her daughter, Miss Annie Wright and her nephew's wife, Mrs. Mitchell, were with her. BUILDING BOOM ACKSON Happily united, they then started They spent Friday night at in this city, the and left Saturday morning for their home where, it is .said, the youthful bride was forgiven by her father, who (had tried so hard to stop the home. Brown-Proctoria, Large Number of Business Houses And Residences Are to Be Erected This Summer. marriage. OE FALLS Fifteen thousand has been appropriated to bo used on the sheets in Loss is Roughly Estimated at $5,000, this year and many citizens will lay And Lives of Several People Are concrete sidewalks in front of their property on all important .streets of Endangered. (he town. f MM ; 20. Spring is Jackson, Ky., fast approaching and the citizens look for a great Jiuildiiig boom in Jackson. The new Graded School building that is to be erected on Highland avenue will start as soon as the weather will prcmit and be rushed to a rapid completion. A large number of Jnisiness houses and residences will he built in Jackson this F-J- WARNING summer. "S will soon be 'a city of the fifth class and will have a city coun- cil and mayor. We need the rail- Jaekon ' Sle after-'jlioMl- ilf . . Suits Involved Title te Prearty. voce. Third District Counties of Allen. The Republican Congressional Dis- 3utler, Barren, Edmonson, Logan, Simpson, ' A suit for the title of 2000 acres trict Committee of each congression- Metcalfe, Muhlenburg, of land near West Liberty, Ky., was al district, as now constituted, will Todd and Warren. of decided in favor of .Mr. Jerome Skid directed by the call of the Re District Counties IFourth as publican' National Committee, meet Biecken ridge, Bulitt, Grayson, Green, more, of this city, at Jackson by tind direct the hoKling of a congres- 'Jardin, Hart, Larue Marion, Meade, Judge J. M. Benton, Saturday. A company claimed a title to the felson, Ohio, Taylor and Washington sional district convention in sue1 district for the purpose of eleetinj District County of Jeffer- - hind, which was in the possession of Rfth Mr. Skidraoie. two district delegates and two alters ;on. The' Ian1 .wh;cll Sixth District Counties of Boone, nates to said National Convention now sa;d td bo. Campbell, Carroll, Gallatin, Grant- - vaica :,j $30,000 was purchased by said committee is hereby directand ed to provide in its call for the elec- 'Centon, Pendleton and Trimble. Mr. Slddmore several years ago for Districts-Counti- es of $8,000. Seventh tion of one member of the Staff Central' Committee, and for the nom- Bourbon, Fayette, Frankin. Henry ination of one- elector, to be voted f oi Lee, Oldham, Owen, Scott, Woodford, TOO LATE TO CLASSfY Clark, Powell and Estill. at said National Election. Eighth District Counties of Adair And it is hereby recommended thai i the delegates to said convention br Anderson. Bovle. Casey, Garrard THE LYBIC3 elected at the same time and in the lessamine, Lincoln, Madison, Mer--1 I some manner as the delegates to said eer, Spencer and Shelby. The big one today CINDERELLA of District 'Counties Convention. Ninth State 3000 feet: 99 scenes; 300 people. Said State Central Committee fur Bracken, Bath, Boyd, Carter, Elliott, Dont mj; ther directs that except as herein Fleming, Greenup, Harrison, Lewis, By after provided, in each and even-count- Lawrence, Mason, Menifee. Morgan. UMBRELLA EXCHANGED mistake at ihe 'Firft 'Christian new members of the Re Nicholas. Robertson, Rowan, Wolfe, the t church Sunday night. Return to publican County Committee shall be Montgomery and Breathitt. News office. Initials "ft V. B." meetings, which Tenth District Counties of Floyd, elected by Precinct shall be held at 2 Johnson, Knott, Jackson, Letcher. precinct meetings ' o'clock p. m., Standard time, May Martin, Magoffin, Owsley, Pike and ' 4, 1912, in the manner prescribed in Perry. EG6S FOR SALE from pure Rhode Republican District Counties . of ' Island Reds, or will book your orEleventh Bide 2nd of Rules of the ' Organization of Kentucky; except, Bell, Clinton, Clay, Cumberland, Har75 cents der for later delivery. county ir lan, Leslie, Laurel, Knox; Monroe, per setting of 13 eggs. Claud, however, that in each Sco'beer23 Alabama street, Horn whseh 'said county committee deter- - Pulaski, Rockcastle, Russell, Wayne, 2-- -t suehJ and Whitley. phone 70S.' . mines, that such members of 1 : y Ky., Feb. 26 The Hedistricting Bill passed by the Senate Saturday by a vote of 27 to 2 irranges the Congressional Districts f Kentucky so that there is no hange in the firt six districts, "lark, Estill, Lee and Powell arc tdded to the Seventh District. Only senators Brock and Holman voted .gainst the bill as it finally passed he Senate. The bill carries an mergeney clause and will be effect-'v- e from the time it is signed by the lovernor if it passes the House, as The Con"s seems- certain it will. Districts under the bill are cessional irranged as follows: First District Counties of Bal-arCaldwell, Calloway, Carlisle. Crittenden, Futon, Graves, Hickman, MR. JEROME SXIDMORE , Livingston, Lyon, Marshall, Mccracken and Trigg. WINS LAND SWT of District Counties Second Christian, Daviess, Hancock, Hen-son, M. Benton Decides Case in Hopkinsj McLean, Union and Judge J. Favor ef Clark Cemty Man. Vtbter. 1-1-v 3-1-d, pounds, average 967. C. M. Rose to B. D. Goff, .2 oxen, at 4 2 cents; weight 2185 lbs: J. A. Huges to B. T. Wills, 13 heifers at 4 4 cents; weight '6700 pounds. Milt Lykens to W. E. little, 11 steers at 5 4 cents, wt. 49G0 lbs. Frank Cobb to S. VnnMeter, .23 shnats at 4 4 cents, wt. 2000 lbs. G. M. Blakcmore to L. S. Hamilton, 1 cow at 4 cents, weight 783 pounds. II. L. Brown to S. VacMeter, 2 i oxen at 5 4 cents, weight 1840 lbs. J. P. Bush to W. Swango, 9 steers at 5 cents, weight 3290 pounds. Byrd & Hosley to Barney Parrish, 10 heifers at $4.05, wt. 4600 lbs. II. L. Brown to BoswcIl.'Fox, 3 heifers at 4 1-- cents, wt. 1200 lbs. 1-- AT ': ' I 't -lt t l V crand jury while ha is iu office. TKguTat of Xte term Br! entered an order that the next Swrtii Itafe llt-giand jury take up these charges and in doing so made the fol!ownir ? cilticism dtjlie minority of the giaiid jury: ' Dairy, Cxcept Simfry, 4'In the matter o fclie inve&tiation matter, "Entered as second-clas- s before the grand jury of the fraud?, November 28, 1908, it the posoffice ciimes and' corruption committed in - im Winchester, Kentucky, under the Scott county in the State DemocratIKttirch.-3,1879.'- ' ic primary election held July J, 3911, the grand jury impanelled at the Beth Pfcenes'91. present term of this court, returned with the final report, records and tbfr-'cIo- 1 t .III II HI .IBU UHt "Sale'tf StAk aJfi, FarnAi; iv" liMliwnts. i HaveJ; If, rof THE STORE OF PLEASANT A NO PROFITABLE SHOfftNG Mi 9 Hl -- Mr-jit, Man Winchest Oie-Jfont- nrfrented privately before day sale,. I will on February 'if offer highest bid "Good aews travels fast' and, the for rent' publicly- to the. der my farm of 63 acregf ,fiye and a thousands pf bad back sufferers in miles; from Winchester on the WincbesW are 'glad, to learn that re- half Iron Works pike. Also at the same, lief may be within their reach. will offer for sale: Many a lame, weak' and aching ibnisk lime aadiplace, I l;niafe,4-yearold, gentle to drive. is ibad no more, thanks to. Douith 1 tolack mare, 8- years old, extra Kidney Pills. Thousands upon fine. ' thousands of people are telling' the SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 'memoranda made by themselves pro-- J 1 Holstein cow, fresh March 16. news of their experience "with the elude, beyond a reasonable doubt, Old 1 heifer, high grade, fresh May 17. "Quaker Remedy. Here is an ex $3.00 the idea thnt the matter referred to ample worth reading: 1 registered Jersey coW giving Daily, one year 1.50 were" or could, have beej faithfully Six Months ... C. M. Hamilton, farmer, W. Main milk. .25 considered, or fairly acted upon by street, Carlisle, Ky. says : "About 1 Jersey cow, calf by side. f r T.pyaWe in Advance. ,the minority of that grand jury, 2 Red, Duroc .Jersey brood sows, eight years ago, I hod typhoid fcter therefore, it is ordered and directed which, left my kidheys weak and af-- .due to farrow in AprhVJ" miS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOkEIGII that an investigation of these frauds tor that I was subject to frequent, 5 shoats, (weight about 40 Ib's. ADVERTISING BY THE and crimes lie referred to the next spells 15 head of sheep, extra good, now My of kidney, complaint. grand jury to be impanelled at the back became weak and lame and if, lambing. Hay term 1912, of this couit." wagon. 1 shai-twinges shot stooped Feb-ruui- Heard it ar - tttr Reaiis as. THfc MS'.C&Mt CLU The time is now approaehinjr for those boys who.cxpect. to filter the corn-raisi- CHILDREN'S WEAR - Thereby; - contest to' ajegin-Dusi- s ness. The following directions are given after careful working out far the use of boys in competitive corn growing. modified to .su'uV local (Thdse maV-'be - conditions.) Breaking land. Land, if sod, is to be plowed not lei than 6 inches deep. And other land not less than 7 or 8 inches deep. (In both instances preferably deep k ,. T er.) . Preparation for planting. 1. (Harrow with drag harrow. both; ways. (Use have no disk.) cultivator is you harrow 3. Harrow wirli drag every ie anjs 01 aglain. (Kepeat two weeks' until planting time.) 2. Donble-dis- k Dresses JRpm-pe- rs and middy blouses iqz children 2 yrs. to 16 .yjs. old. Save time and worry by H I buying the"se genteel; 4gar-mie- I a They are attrac- H tive too. EVERY ONE is r n new and fresh since' ihis is o n our first season handling chil- z i dren's wash dresses. Ready-mad- e. nts t Prices 25c to S1.T3 Remember Looking or buying you are al ways assured a cordial welcome. I w I i 3, i I.' h K Mr a B e SS! i ii 1 iJeering mower. corn planter. any eggs, Suppose you 1 Getting Planting. try Purina Chicken Chowder a while lrealnng plow.. 1. Check with planter 3 feet 8 Dr. Uriel Buchanan, a clairvoy- and watch results. 1. double shovel plow. Purina Chick inches each way. ant, of Louisville, swindled Louiscultivators. 2 feed is best for young chicks, just 2. If planter can not be used, lay ville women out of thousands of dol- what they need to make them grow. 1 iron kettle, 50 gallons. off the ground 3 feet 8 inches eaeu mm i i ii i lars, lie got $2,000 from Mrs. Vio1, hog box. J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. way, 3 inches deep with single shovel la Frey. lie told her that if she 2 vices. Vv plow, and cover by hand. If. coverwould pnt money in chamois bag WE ARE SATISFIED WITH SMALL PROFITSI 2 hnA, corn planters. States. ed with drag, harrow immediately around her neck and let him hypno1 grubbing hoe. PLEADS GUILTY Remember the name Doan'srx with tooth harrow. (No corn tan. be tize her the money would grow fabu.lydigge.rv an shovel.. and take no other. planted, over 3 inches deep.) lously. She did this but ivhi she 3 pitch forks. Raymond Blye( plead guilty on a Time of planting. opened the bag it contained tissue clAirge of chicken stealing Saturday .1 pair, of wire fence stretchers. We have always- - on hand the Depends upon , local .conditions. paper. 2 sets of wjagon harness. in the County Court before Judge choicest Timothy hay, and' our prices, KStitude, etc; 1 set of buggy harness. Think of that! And free schools Evans and was sentenced to 30 days arc as low as passible. Cultivation. The HOME BUILDING AND SAVING ASSOCIATION will ope 1 cier mill. in every town. in jail. J. R. Martin Coal & Supply.Ca, 1. ITarrow 4 or 5 days after the books of CLASS C (the new class) on Saturday March 2nd, , 1 scoop shovel. The chickens --were stolen from planting, if weather permits. 1912, and dues will be received by 'the Secretary at the office of "1- patent, digger. A JUDGE WHO MEANS BUSINESS. Mr. John C. M.'Day. cul the Association, at the Clark County National Bank Building. 2. Cultivate with fine-too' T pair of hand stilyards. FURS!!! Those who have subscribed for stock will please eall and get' their FURS!! FURS1 tivator, if one is available, until About 75 rods of poultry fence. in Scott county Judge Robert Over books. Any person who has not subsdribed for stock and wishes becomes too large. BUYS BOURBON. FARM' 3 black 'bronze tnrkcy hens and Lee Stout ordered a grand jniy to in cultivator can Will pay yon he Highest Cash 3. If no fine-tooJo do so, may secure same calling on S. W. 'Powell, Secretary, or torn, v it y. Prices for your Furs., in con vestigate charges of fraud Mr. Thomas Brock, of this. any ef the solicitors of the Association. a disk cultivator Is avail be had-an7 pure bred Pekin ducks. nection- Avith the Democratic State has purchased a fram of 31." acre.-o-n J. W. HISEL able, use it for first two cultivations; S. W. POWELL, Secretary V. W. BUSH, President 0 Ehdcn- geese. 1 Bridge Junk Shop, nrimarv election last July. Five the Stony Point road in Bourbon then use bull tongues. White PearJ guineas. 1 pajr. n-- e No. 23 Nortn Mapie-st members refused to vote for indict county from Mr. L. II. Reynolds at cultivation, 4., If. 1 dozen White Leghorn hens. promptly or $110 per acre, possession to be given double- Tennessee Phone 215, Home. ments and Judge Stout East small harrow, preferably, or , hens. f. 1 doz&n B. P. Rock dered the Clerk to record their names March 1. Phone 596. shovel with bull tongues. 1 carpenters' bench. and to see that they were not sum- Mr.. Brock will continue to make s. VJhon corn is too lanre for ftt. I anvil. WINCHESTER'S IDEA HUSTI moned for service on either petitorlhis residence in this city.- cultivator, use a small liar 1 buggy. row or drag between rows. About 50 wellmade chicken coops G. Cultivate each wcok until corn Other things too numerous to men ., t lion. Terms made known on day of Jasscls. Very important. sale. Never cultivate over 2 inches deep Sale start at ten, o'clock, a, m Never work in ground that is too 6. KISSINGER, wet. H. R. Watts, auctioneer. The school children of Canada in ,(e.o.d) three years raised the average wheat production 5 bushels cn the aero; The nicest and most tin if the boys of Kentucky will by in perfumes and toilet articles at Pharmacy r Tin tensive and scientific farming in crease the production 5 bushels on store of quality. the acre and the price remains about like the 1910 price, the crop would NOT SALTS, OIL OR bring $10,000,000 more dollars to Yonrs. thev farmers. BUT OASCARETS JOIIN L. BOSLEY. GENERAL OFFICES YORK AND CHICAGO f BRANCHES IN ALTrtJi PjMNCIPAL CITIES .JfctEW. I , two-hor- se through my body. The Kidney secretions were at times too frequent in passage, then again just the reverse. I used Doan's Kidney Pills and they entirely relieved me." For sale b all dealers. Price 30 Co., Buffalo, cents. Foster-'MiliburNew York, sole agents for the United n . two-hor- se one-hor- se in iii CLASS C. "3 iV 5 - th th - - -- one-hor- se r two-hor- MR. FARMER 1 te Brown,-Proetor- HELP THE POOR ia Does the saving of a dollar appeal to you? :9 i i - i I i 1 5 Through the courtesy df the man agers of the Auditorium Skating RinkJUESD AY, FEBRUARY 27 has been set aside as"" Charity Day " kM .the proceeds of both afternoon nd evening sessions are to be given to the Associated Charities. ' This i a worthy cause ktift the . house should be packed at both performances. r 1 BS j No Odds How Sick Your Stomach; How Hard Your Head Aches Or How Bilious Cascarcts Make .You Feel Greft . NEIGHBOR'S CHICKENS Editor of the News. IF SO DON'T FAIL TO SEE OUR LINE OF Dear sir You men and women who somehow can't get feeling right who have an almost daily headache, coated tongue, foul taste and foul breath; dizziness, can't sleep; are bilious, nervous, and upset, bothered with a sick, gassy, disordered stomach, or have backache and feel all worn out. Are you keeping clean inside with Cascarets, or merely forcing a passageway every few days with salts, catharticjpills or castor oil? This is I would like'to have just a few lines of your valuable pace to ask the citizens of Winchester "if they were in favor of the Council passing a law requiring people to keep their own chickens confined on- - their premises,-ttfte-r March the fiit. I am fond of pretty and attractive front yards and I believe every one in the city has the' same fondness, but that is .one thing the good house-wivcan not have, while their neigldbor's chickens are allowed to es - IT important. ran at large. If they are, have work while yon sleep; them get busy as Friday night will Cascarets cleanse and regulate the stomach, re- be night of the Council meeting. Very respectfully, move' the; sour, undigested and fermenting food and take the excess bile from the liver- and carry foul-gases; Horse Collars, i Back Bands Belly Bands Blind Bridles i Trace Chains Breeching and Hames . ! - it I DON'T FORGET THE DATE 4 AFTERNOON 2-T- I O 5, ADMISSION AND- - SKATES, - 10c EVBIWG '7 T0 10, ADMfSSiflN Itte ; SKATES, 15c out of the" system all waste matter arid poison in the intestines and bowels. A Cascaret tonight will strengthen yon o'ut'by morning a box from any drug store will- keep yonr pooojsnsj jCaqj osmsaoq sjsirosuQ Doa't forget the children. They love entire,family feeling good.or'inontbs-Jgood never, gripe or sicken . 10-ce- nt - SHOCKING SOUNDS mm t351 t- - : . In the earth- - are sometimes heard before a terrible earthquake, that warn of the coming peril. Nature's warnings are kind. That dull pain or ache in the back, warns yon the Kidneys neediattention if you would maladies. escape- - those dangerous Dropsy, Diabetes or Bright's dis- Lease.. Take Electric Bitters ia.t once v FURS! FURS!! FURS'!! and .see backache fly and- - all your Will pay;.yoa... the. Hlgfcest Cast. hestr feelings return." flfy son re ceived: great ben fit from their use for Jfrjr.HISEbi 5- - V kidney ai&d;. bladder: trouble' writes- Bridge Jnnk; Shop Peter. Bndyr South; Btffikwood. ' argriat Mich., It;itertairiy: !Bry it. 50- - cents 215, Hcww Est TtamMtm-fm We have the most complete line in the city. Bought Tight, therefore can sell at the right price. See us and save money. Grubbs . & Benton Winchestar, - Cor. Main & Broadway Kj. AGENTS FOR. VULCAN- PLOWS 4. aKAft Dragjfets.-- .. Mm H fWi r till bujfs a Good First- - I a t i m.,, '5 4I - t iii, I : : rok ri aci? atfti go. out Mns out we will I . 1 r ' i idtiiiiiu IT Irl " i ' aF . Tv .. -- i,- - . . ? I B' business that we have in our store within thi ' I next few days beginning paving decided to qfthj m.estf : '" ConTwrighf, at Herfora, Texas" win return home March 1. Miss Nellie Lyon, of the county, is the. pleasant guest of Miss Catherine MeCord. Miss Nettie Porter, of Lexington, H?ent Sunday with her parents in this Mr. J. E. Grubbs returned Saturday from Jacksonville, Fla. Qlrs. John Cruise is some better, Sifter a serious illness of several days. Air. Lucien VWIson fainted at the First Christian church Sunday morning. lie is now improving nicely. - : OUR HEN lihF ' .'1 I "Washington" Par ty Oliss Anna S. "Nelson, bright little flanjiliter of air. and Mrs. Charles 35. Nelson, entertained a large number of her younpj friends with on Sat:t George urday in a chaniiins manner. The home was beautifully decorated, in such a manner as to inspire a plow of patriotism in the minds of the young guests. Games', were played, one of the mot enjoyable being a guessing contest in which a prize was offered to the one v$io correelly estimated the number of cherries on an improvised cherry-tree- . " WOOL AND 1: WORSTED DRESS GOODS NOW ON DISPLAY. ' and lasting only a few days. We wi also offer for sale at the same time and place our store fixtures which are ne r and up to date. Everything not sold in ine next iew aays will De sold at public outcry to the highest bidder as (i r whole or separately. Everyone knowing themselves in-debted to the firm wiU please call and settle, at once as the business must be wound up. N Monday, Feb'y 2 THESE ARE THE" VERY LATEST H, L. Gilbert & Co. BOTH PHONES. Dainty little girls and manly yonhg lads moving swiftly from one diverSTOCKHOLDERS' MEETING sion to another, laughing merrily, with faces lightc'd by- enthusiasm. A meeting of the stockholders of beau- - the Clark County Fi.-- h prcnted a seonc of fairy-lik- e and Game ty. Club" is called for the il'eoples Bank, A most delightful luncheon in Saturday, the of March, which the patriotic idea was carried 1912, at 10 o'clock, a. m. out in detail, completed an afternoon It. R. PERRY, President. which was a source of nmoh pleasnie S. B. TRACY, Secretary. to all those present; 2nd-day FANCIES AND STYLES. ' WE jttVfTE YOUR EARLY INSPECTION. BUILDER'S HAEBWARf We have just received a compete line of Hardr ware: If you are thinking of building let us fig- ure with you. Our stock is up to date. Our prices are right. FRANKLIN HARDWARE COMPANY 1- - BLAMED A GOOD WORKER. ' Judae George B. Nelson n:S "Oil' r to fcnsiis, Fla. Mrs. E. C. Cantlor is improriuir after an illness of several days. Miss Bessie Byrd, of Lexington, is the attractive gue.vt of Miss Margaret Brown. (Miss Elizabeth Mann," of Pari?, is the guest of Miss Rosa Fenton Toin- pkma1T. " " "I blamed my Jioart for severe distress in my left side for two years," ' writes W. Evans, Dan "He, Va., "but I know now it was indiges tion, as Dr. King's New Life Pills completely cured me." Best for stomach, liver and kidney troubles, jonstipation, headache or deb'ilitj'. "5 cents' at All Duggists. ARTIS & 0. - Miss Catherine Xelson has returned from a vi.-- it to her sister, Mrs. Don't forget us when in need of Kennedy Helm, at Louisville. ctrn and oats. We handle the best Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Skiduiore the market affords and se on a have returned from a pleasant virt very close margin. with relatives at Mt. Stciling. J. R. Martin Coai & Supply Co. Mr. J. W. Bramblette, of Paris, j visiting his daughter, Mrs. C. 0. j Bobbins. FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! Massrs. Cliff and Dan Prcwitt, of Will pay you the Highest Cash Montgomery county, attended court Prices for your Furs., here, Monday." V-- J Mr. II. S. Caywood, of North J. W. HISEL Bridge Junk Shop spent Sunday afternoon and night with Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Bay-les- s. No. 23 North .Maple st East Tennessee Phone 215, nomt t Phone 596. u, 3Irs. Geo. Wilson, of North is the guest of Mrs. D. W. Bayless. ANDREW H. HAMPTON, Jr., 3rrs. Virg!! lTicatf, who lias been Attoi the guest of her sister, Mrs. H. Gr Fraternity building, Wiueliester, Ky n, Mid-dletovll-18-4ney-at-La- w INDIGESTION GOES Sourness, Heaviness, Belching A"d Stomach Distress Quickly Fade Away. .ui-u-.N- A j FARMERS Jiagicai is .viiat yon need for any distuiibed condition of Hie stomach. stomach tablets will drive all the poisonous gases from your stomach and make your, stom ach strong enough to digest any food For any ailment caused by weak stomach, nervousness, lack of efii cieney, that tired all in feeling, sleeplessness, (bad dreams or bad stomach the morning after too much moking-an- d drinking for all these ailments nothing on earth can surpass Large box for 50 cents at Phillips Drug Store and druggists everywhere. 'MI-O-N- A A. Attention ! We will have with us fence ilney do say Yellow Jacket Coal is the hottest thing on earth, and ?. trial will make you a steady customei J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. DEATH Cf MISS SADIE survived the hock, extreme nervous- tains- aiKl" it is probable that- - rising ness, resulting in a heart affection1? 'temperature will dvorfpread the having hastened the end. pliins states on Tuesday and the Sire was a lovable girl, (possessing esatern half of the country by the the Avami affection of many friends middle of the week. on every hand, whose sorrow at her The next general disturbance to passing can not be measured by mew cross the country will appear in the words, and the deepest sympathy j far west oil Wednesday or Thursday goes out to thoso of the stricken and cross the middle west about Fri- home, twice visjtnl by the death an- day. It prtibably will be atlonded by general rains, although snows are gel within so short a period. 3Iiss Kearns is survived by her likely in northern state. mother, her sisters, Qlrs. Kobert ALMOST LOST HIS LIFE. Hale, 3Irs. Florence Doyle, 3Iissc S. A. Stid, of Mason, Mich., will Cecilia, Jeannette, of this city; Mr.-. E. IC. Bcrtbuiree, of New Orleans, never forgot his terrible exposure and her brother, T. M. Reams, of to a merciless storm. "It gave me a dreadful cold," he writes, "that ' Tucson, Arizona. caused severe pains in my chest, so Have you ever seen the MeHim it was hard for me to breathe.-- A Toothless Harrow? Our customers neighbor gave me several doses of who have them say they can't bo Dr. King's New Discovery which beat. We also have a full line of brought great relief The doctor said 1 was on tho verge of pneumo,disc and tooth harrows. J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. nia, but to continue with the Discovery. I did so and two bottles completely cured me." Use only this quick, safe, reliablo medicine Likely will want some work for coughs, colds, or, any throat or put up in the cemetery before Decolung trouble. Price C0c and $1.00. ration Daj--. Why not get the (WiT.rial bottle free. Guaranteed by nchester to do u 5 H. H. FRANKLIN, Prop. (Successors toJ. K. Allen) ... AT THE LYRIC Monday, February 26th. FOR ONEDAY ONLY CINDERELLA ' The Most Spectacular Play Ever Thrown on the Screen. 99 Scenes! i J 2 .5 V aionument Works it? AM Druggists. at our Main Store a wire demonstrator from Pittsburg for two days ns ARE 4 1 Saturday, February 24th Monday, February 26th This will be a great opportunity for ail farmers, You can see just how-th- e fences are made, and thus know why you should buy our line offences. --ANDr Passes Away by Peculiarly Mournful Coincidence on Same Day a Month After Her Father Died. Lexington, Ky..- Feb. 26. One of the saddest deaths that'has occurred in Lexington in.j-ears- , was that If Miss Sadie Kearns, aged 20, daugh ter of" the late P. J. Kearns, who ex pired at 1:10 o'clock 3Ionlay morning at .her home, 321 Walnut street. 'Miss Ream's death, by peculiarly mournful coincidence, occurred one month to the day after the death of her father, for whom siie entertained the greatest filial affection. It will be recalled that iXIr4Keams inet his tragic end a month ago in a railway accident at Wrigtey, Kjr. Tlie daugh ter was then in impaired health, and the blOTfwas'''so crushing - FURS! FUBS!!- - FURS!!! Will pay yoa the Highest Cash Prices for your Purs. J.'W. HISEL TO CTE East Bridge Junk Shop, No. 23 North Maple si. Tennessee Phone 215, Home -- s PERRY BUILDING it Washington, Feb. 20. JTwo storms of rain or snow, or both, are pre TOM. COWAN BACK. dicted by the weekly bulletin of the Tom Cowan, the popularbarber, is weather bureau. back at bis stand in "A disturbance centering in the Building and is now ready to serve Southwest, will advance to the Ohio he old friends and customers wheie valley fin Monday and move to the you will always get prompt and first St. Lawrence valley." class service.. It will baabtenJed by. precipita U tions over the Mississippi valley and . MEAL! MEAL!! MEAL!!! SHORTHAND the region east, the precipitation be .When in need of any meal don't ing in the form of rain in sontTfefW $get that we have the old fashand"snowand'rain in northenr states. ita water mill stones and do custom Shorthand taught by Jlisa Grace This disturbance will followed fg&idin. T. H. Domigan, opposite Coyle. Thoroughness guaranteed ny a enange weather ovei Bjivii'Gay's. warehouse, on corner Call at J. iXT. Stevenson's Law Oifice. all distriets east, of the. Rocky mpun Wia avenue., ss 2'10m a- -- Phone 596. 3 Full Reels! 3tt) PHpk m V r 4 For tliis Picture- the performance will begin promptly at " 2, 3, 4, 7, 8 AND 9 O'CU .r,- as? 1 Sfcf1 it Pite Ftwr. V 4 1 THE WINCHESTER NEWS ROOSEVELT 1 have always, endeavored and always shall endeavor to action, is the genuine rule of the IF NOMINATED people and therefore I hope, that so far as possible,' the (people may be Colonel GivesOttt His Letter to Sev- given, the chance "through direct to express their preference en Republican, Governors, Who as to who shall be the nominee of Urged Him to Run. . AfiREES TO which GRAND OPENING hesday and Thursday, February 28 and 29, the Winchester Cloak and Suit Co. at 61 South Main Street, in the Elks building, will give its Grand Opening of its At the stroke of 8 o'ciock on next Wed- - Ml OPERA HOUSES Next Week Commencing ! cum cow II CLASSIFIED .1- - AQYEH pri-man- MONDAY, FEB. 26 le a wiN ftr a atom St a wart far New York, Feb. 26. "I will accept thc'ricmiualion Sov President if it is tendered me, and I will adhere to this decision "until the convention has expressed its preference," is Col. Theodora Roosevelt's reply to" the letter f fceven Republican asking him to stand for nomination. overnors, the Republican convention. "THEODORE ROOSEVELT." "THE WIEELER SISTERS BIG STOCK COMPANY." Me. a ward aartlaa. rile a wart par aaMk. "The Hon. William E. Glasscock, Governor of the State of ginia, Charleston; W. Va. .Saatlarai llAftUaM I BMarMaaB tapataajaAatV - ImarHaa. Wet Vir- 16 6 - ' PEOPLE Big Vaudeville Acts BBfawAftal 16 6 far haa .9aaa. lai- aaata. Nrthtaf The lion. Chester II. Aldrieh, Governor of the State of Nebraska. ' Lincoln, Neb. farJmtfeaal TRACY AND STOKELY A BARGAIN. Tliellon. Robeit P. Bass, Gover nor of the State of New Hampshire, OPENING PLAY .' The en "out ' SPRING SEASON NEW CREATIONS Consisting ot Suits, Coats, Dresses, Skirts Waists, Petticoats, and at prices tar below any Cloak or Millinery Store has ever ottered in the city ot Winchester, Kentucky.. Flowers and Souvenirs will be given away during the GRAND OPENING. BE SURE TO VISIT OUR STORE 61 South Main Street Both Phones 364 ELKS BUILDING, WINCHESTER, KY. eagerlynwiai.t3 reply was giv- Concord, N. H. "From Rags to Riches Sunday night at Col. Roose'Gov "The Hon. Joseph 31. Carey, velt's offices ."'heje,'-- ' during his ab- ernor of the State of Wyoming, & sence on a trip,to Boston. It was Cheyenne, Wyo. 10, unexpectedly 'brief, but definite It "The Hon. Chase S. Osborn,' Gov follows : ernor of the State of Michigan, Ladies will be admitted Roosevelts Reply Lansing, Mich. , free Monday night when "Gentlemen-r-deaply appreciate "The Hon. W. R. Stubby. Gove- iaccompanied by 1 paid your letter, and I realize to the full nor of the State of Kansas, Tone-ka30c ticket. Same mnst the heavy responsibility it puts upon Kan. be bought the adme, expressing as it does, the care-- d "The Hon. Herbert S. Hadley,. Gov vance sale before 6 p.ni. fully considered convictions of' the ernor of the State of 'Missouri; Jef- Mondav. men elected by popular vote to stand ferspn, Mo." as the heads of government in their Had Been Discounted several states. Efforts of Col. Roosevelt's friend j "I'agreeTvitfioii that this matter to induce him to make an earlier is to le decided with any declaration of his attitude on the reference fo th'e "personal preferences 'Presidential question had been un 0ffliimr or interests of, any man, but purely availing. His laconic remark to a hmm fmmTM. standpoint of the interests friend in Cleveland last Wednesday from the DR. M..L. MYERS, of tbs people as a whole. I will ac- night that "my hat is in the, ring. DENTIST. cept the nomination for President, if You will have my answer Monday," rWh riMTJIeWovMy miuaf, it is tendered to me, and will adhere was the first real indication that he WINCHESTER, KY. to this' decision until' the convention had in mind an affirmative answer to has expressed its preference. One of the governor's letter. Upon promise the chief principles for which I have that his reply would be given out PENDLETON, BUSH & BUSH stood and for which I now stand and Sunday night, a small army of newsAtt8meys-at-Lapaper men gathered at the Colonel's 5th Floor HcEldowney Building W3fcJ- offices early in the evening. Secre; Winchester, Ky. tary iFrank Harper met the reporters punctually and gave out the cor He J. M. STEVENSON respondence without comment. said he was in no position to comAttarney-at-Lament and in view of the author's Winchester. Ky absence in Boston, where nfe will 60 S. Main St. spend several days, it was impossiof the E. E. LOOM IS ble to get an elaboration statements made in the letter. Prices 20 30c I If sold at once; house of 4 rooBUi; lot 50x150; cistern gas, outbuilding, rents at $10 per monti; here U chance to net 10 per cent on your investment. Office in McEldowuey BaQdug BOTH PHONES FOR RENT Residence. and stork. W. P. Hieatt. SALESMAN WANTED To look af- ,- . at & - . Try To Get In ter our interest in Clark and aj-jacent counties. Salary or coJwaU" . . r rtil mod. Auuress Ldncoin uu vc ny, Cleveland, O. 2-- nof-oh- e ! FOR SALE Baby chicks. Chester Ponltry Farm, E. Tnn'22t (2 24 2t) FOR RENT 10 room house; South Main street; modern convn ience. C. O. Bush. WANTED A young, man frith", bet of reference, wants a position in some office at a fair salary 'wner' it will be convenient for hm to gti off occasionally on other basing. Apply C. C. Bobbins at this ettcf. -- w ..'..'Jl'f w WANTED White or colored gw;t do housework. Charles BalawV, 102 QIaple and Holly. 243 Auctioneer BLACKSMITHING. LEXINGTON TheNew Depositor be assured of receiving direct' personal attention and prompt service. ""All we ask is an opportunity to serve yon that we may prove tae quality of our banking service. We invite yon to call and see us. NEWS BRIEFS '(. ..3' S WANTED T want to rent a'6 orV7v room cottage, centrally locatt McEldowney Building. with modern conveniences ,Af ' to A. Teld. 224J Winchester, Ky. ROOMS j4. . I' 'Ts i)fitl i. ' ya f Ib this bank may Citizens National Bank Near Court Houvj. and South Court Street. Winchester, Ky. FOR SALE Having sold my business property and am going to move to the country, I will offer for sale my stock of groceries and fixtures as a whole, until March 10th If not sold by that time will put it on the market AT COST in any quantity as I must give possession by April 1st. The entire stock is new and fresh. Will also sell everything in furniture store at cost. J J. K. WATSON over-loaded HEaiBiHBBiBaBMiaaHWBaMBBaBaaiaaaHBaiaHBBiBav- AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS Statistics show that sixty per cent of the automobile kaccidents'are the result of rear axles. Ford do not carry the weight of either car or passengers, Jes Lefjs show you. BARROW & CLAY Indiaui Fialdt, Ky. "BavBBHBBBvaBBaaBaBMaBBaBSjBBHBvasasaBBaiBaaaa Lexington, Ky., Feb. 26. The first-claDemocratic friends of Governor meeting Harmon, of Ohio, held Saturday for the purpose of stait T. M. Domigan, corner solicited. ing an organization to boost the Winn avenue, opposite D. S. Gay's Buckeye Executive in the city and warehouse. county as well as in the Seventh District. A committee composed of Wallace Muir, David C. Hunter, G. DRINK OEss Minnie Wheeler, in Wuiecloi Allison Holland and J. A. Bush was appointed to circulate membership Sisters Stock Company, at the Opera rolls for signature among the Demi House, all this week. ocrats; Henry Bosworth, ' .if Fay"MORE THAN WET" The theatregoers of Winchester ette, has taken charge of the Har- will read with pleasure the announce The mon movement in the, state. raent that manager Dinelli, of the club will organize next Saturday. Opera House has secured the famous consid- - Wheeler Sisters Stock Company, for The Lexington Council is engagement, commencing ing an ordinance tliat requires the a woek's Monday, February 26. removal of all blinds and screens It has been some time since Win from saloons and prohibits the Chester theatregoers have liad the iVsuance of licenses to places near, rep- IIGHS the colleges or universities or in tIielPPniuty of attending a real ili-nrag aiiracuon ana inis ciass of tli if nvp districls where low attraction whicli was such a favor KALL THROAT AND LUKCTR0UMJSI given the city such an unsavory GUARANTEED SATSFACTOftY have flourished' theretofore. ite in the past shoiild be greeted by OR MONCY REFUNDED. The ordinances are likely to be given large attendance nightly. The AVheeler Sisters Stock Compa ;the .recommendation of the Ways and Means Committee and it is be- ny comes highly recommended' by throughout managers the South . I100.0TO Capital lieved they will pass. where they have played and manager " Dinelli is to be complimented on se Undivided Profits. 2N.Nt Only the purest and freshest medcuring a company like the Wheeler icines on sale at the Sisters for an entire week's engagePharmacy tbe store of quality. ment. The WheelehSisters Company is carrying sixteen people and six big HE WONT LIMP NOW. vaudeville attractions headed by the famous Wheeler Sisters the' "Fav.Kb more Kmping for Tom Moore;. WINCHESTER.. KY. of Cochran, Ga- - "I had a bad sore. orites of the4South,'t' a team of clevone my, instep that nothing seemed, er versatile onmiediennes who nevto help till I used Bucklen's Arnica er fail to win their way into the N. H. WITHERSOON. Salve," lie writes, "but this wonder hearts of their audience by their Prestdeat. ful healer soon cured me." (Heals slaver singing and dancing. W. R. SPHAR. The opening play will be "Erora old, running sores, ulcers, boils Caihier. Rags to Riches." Popular prices will burns, cuts, bruises, eczema or piles' Try it., Only 25 cents at All Brug jrevail during the week, 10cents, 20 , , lents and 30 cents. gists. sj Seats on sale at' usual jplacei will be admitted 'free' Monday Only registered pharmacists han SOLICITS YOWt dle yonr.perscription at the Brown". light when accompanied by one paid i Proctoria Pharmacy. Absolute aei 30 cent ticket.. Same must ibe bought ACGHMTS. The store, c before 6 p. m. 'Monday. Try to buy Curacy guaranteed. ss When you want good horseshoeing or any kind cf repair work, don't forget that we do all kinds of work blackthat is done in a smith shop. Reasonable prices; all work guaranteed. Your patronage For Sale or Rent! 6 miles tfrom Winchester, n good FOR RENT Apply 'at ify College street, or call Home 'p'oaM " 341. i : - At Ilinit, Kentucky, Clark county, FOR RENT RoxaKgla andCUREtheLUNCS KILLTHCCOUCH pike and in neighborhood of very best graded schools, a most desirable business property, consisting of FOR SALE er EXCHANGE storeroom, stock of goods, 2 nice down town property or farm,, a dwellings, blacksmith shop, 2 large F nice 7 room house with water, gal, gardens, in all about 2 acres of land. meat house, nice barn, plenty frliii Will sell at a bargain if taken at and tliTee extra lots. Todd Br& once. See G. 3L Glenn on the prem Sj' ises, or STRAYED From my farm . son. TODD BROS., iParis pike one red" steer; weight about 700 pounifc Ky.'i Winchester, Home phone 472. whereaboUjjt Information to h Callowa will be appreciated. 2-2de-u6r- My old house of tfe rooms on 'Maple street. Apply to A. J. Earp. ftr wmDR.KlNGS OLPSTtaBomi Jjunreiii STROTHER'S Crawford. MONEY TO L0AN-- on 2-- 2 i- NEWDiSCGYERY Iong term. real estate, it.' Easy payments. Afr office. ; OLD RELIABLE AMD ply to Bobbins, News Vy v 31 o r-'ii- FIRE INSURANCE rep-uati- REAL ESTATE AGENCY. Vffica FratmKf BMf PtaM 1U FOR RENT (Four rooms at 30Bft. Alain street. Good garden, apt stable. Apply to T. J. Bradiej afrs. I. A. Shirley. iB wtvmm A new modern Wit FOR RENT house centrally located; po"ial-sio- n middle of March". Applf',$l ffiy Bobbins at News office. FOR RENT Four or five and cistern. Home phowi apply at No. 116 Nortfi HJgl -tf THE Winchester Bank Oark County KaUonal BANh .;'wgr in - WANTED Young mtx. , Mjf$ musical: education cost should join Modern. Wooiijfc of. America Band , aad, 0,1 at-jvjfi- - Accunti ( larcJuatt, Finwn For nartinlar3.:iapply 0.JfJf. Jackie, director, at Barnea' ikfc CaHBHattBaaat, eery orDr; E. R Fraternity Building. iM Bk, H"2M .2-lff- -lj FOR SALE The Bur best on the market; yarif 4 j OeaatyJ IX- - rw.'aii La-He- Cepital and Surplus Broadway. Clark strnetioH CoaqMuiy. FOR SALE $350,000.00 FN THE 25- - ' er ' - duality. - ' 1M extra m4 IskHd Bai jmOHt. aaT. 813-- A. 12-ll-- cnisi&' BBiBvavaHHHBBi OtSCRHE RCWSL Ho9Mpaa C 7 'if J3'n