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Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): February 27, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 win1912022701_sn86069133 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.): February 27, 1912 Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.) Winchester News Co. Winchester, Ky 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. "4. 4. T EDITIONi SHfMly WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY,' FEBRUARY 27, 1912. LAND SOLD Auctioneer H. R. Watts sold for Sam Hodgkin, agent for Jack Lisle's heirs, 35 acres near Elkin, at $39 per acre to P. K. Walker. tarwim to Mr 1 VtLUM& 7: No. 110. 2 CENTS A COPY; PRIMARY AND SIXTEEN ACRES SOLO. I CENTS A WEEK t El v G. BUSH'S PROBATED His Own FI TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS LAYING OF DIRECT PROF; W. S. ANDERSON TO DELIVER .11 Was in COMMIE Ceremanjes WH Hand FILES SUIT AGAINST TOBACCO BUYERS Be Conducted by WrWRff And Without Witnesses-- Winchester Latfft. jle. 20, F. & A. Appraisers Aafsinted. 5 The will of the la.tic . M., And Excellent " Program is , K. T. G. Bush, Mrs. Jas. BaHard Seeks to Recover jjrj&ted Monday "in the County $1,612 Frem R. F. ColHer And Cewrt, was in liis own handwriting and without witnesses. It was prov-- " Joan Marshall, of Lexington. to be his own handwriting by the Mtfcs of Tom Bush, Geo. 31. Hart, Through her attorney, Mr. J' C. S Moffett and J. A. Boone, Smith Hays, Mi's. Jus. Ballard, of of his estate, real this city, filed suit .Monday in tlie fle left one-ha- lf mad' personal, to his youngest Fayette Circuit Court at Lexington, daughter, Margaret French Bush, against R F. Collier and John Mar' of eae-fiathe remainder to his son, shall, tobacco buyers for $1,612. Tfeas Bell Bush, and the remain- - Mrs. Ballard claims that' she sold n to Waller Q. Bush and Hub Tay- - crop of tobacco to the defendants ItfKBntA. for the amount stated and that a W-- Bush and Margaret Bush check was given her for the amount t Ben wairea their right to administer and but that the defendants ordered the Cole S. .JfoAtt was appointed ad- bank fiot to honor the check. ministrator with R. W. Bowen and,C. The defendants claim that the tofi.. Spencer on his bond. bacco delivered was not the tobac ,'W. R" Gordon1 Lucien Beckner and co purchased and that the crop J4.W. "Chambers .were appointed to which was delivered was inferior to appraise the personal estate. the lot for which they had contracted lf Arranged. The program as arranged for the laying of the cornerstone of the new Government Building, of this city, is a very impressive one. The ceremonies are to be conduct ed by Winchester Lodge, No. 20 F. & A. M., beginning at 2 o'clock or. Wednesday afternoon, February 28' The program follows : D. S. Haggard, Master of Cere monies. 2 p. m. Opening of Winchester Lodge No. 20, F. & A. M., on the Entered Apprentice Degree. 2:15 p' m. Forming of parade in front of tho Fraternity Building, in the following order: Mounted police, school children from the City School and Kentucky Wesleyan College, arranged in cjass-- . Woodmen's es; Modem Band; Knights Templar; Blue Lodge; city and county officials; Grand Lodge officers and speakers. The line of march will b& from Court street, south on Main to Fair fax, east on Fairfax to Highland, to Hickman, south on Highland west on Hickman to Main, north on Main to Broadway, west on Broad- way.to Wall street, and to Hie Gov ernment Building, where the cere monies will begin with the rendition of the song, "America," by the cshool V children. Prayer by Grand Chaplain Rev. Frank B. Wentworth. Laying of Cornerstone by Grand Master David Jackson and ceremonies incident thereto: Music by the bai d. Address by Grand Master David FOR FEDERAL 5 -- The plaintiff asserts that the "to bacco purchased and; the tobacco de livered were BUILDING MANAGER C. V. BRIDWELL "the same. y NrjNarttfl Ceal and Supply Com- - GETS NICE'UMOTION Supervision of J ' ipsy Successfully Moves First llwiday Aftirnw". One Will Have Direct f o Eight or Ten Counties With Ap Mondav afternoon the J. R. Martin Coal and Supply Company, proximately Twenty-Fiv- e Exchanges wO have the contract for moving steel girders for the Mr. C. V. Bridwell, 'who has been from the depot, sucess-firH- y local manager for "Windiester and wioved tbeir first, one, which wa,s Clark county, for the East Tennes fijy:fi-- e feet'long "by three feet see Telephone Company for the past tWp'd, awd weighed twelve thousand four years, bas received an appointpijjiwis" 'In attempting to back the ment ly his company to the position tiim of four big draft horses the of District Commercial and Tariff pble' b'orses were struck by the Manager with headquarters at Louis le thrown, creating ville. He will have' direct supervisJackson. excitement for a while. ion of eight or ten counties with apSong by children of City School. ? fiere is another girder to move proximately 23 exchanges. "The Star Spangled Banner" wpghing thirteen tons. On this two Since Mr Bridwell's residence Address by Charks M. Harriss. wagons will be used and eight or ten here, three exchanges have been Music by b'ofses. These are the largest mass- built, at Pilot View, Ford and Beck- by Hon' John M. Steven es that have ever been moved by nervillc, and more than 300 sub- son. , brscs xa Ill's c:zn:r.'y. cribers have ,been added to the list. Benediction Rev. Leonidas Rob He is a genial and popular gentle inson. CtWEHENCE FOR man, and it is with much regret that A copper plate , 3 1--2 by 9 inches, the news of the contemplated EDUCATION IN THE SOUTH bearing the following inscription is of Mr. Bridwell and his to be placed in the cornerstone: wife is heard. EducaThe next Conference for "Government Building, Winchester, tion in the South will be held at Ky., February 28, 1912. ' and 5j Nashvilje; Tenn., April 3, "Franklin McVeagh, Sec'y of WH LER SISTERS' next- - The railroads have granted a Treas. rafe of one and one half fane plus-fift"James K. Taylor, Supt. of Arch. STOCK COMPANY cents. Tickets will be on sale . "Roy D. Hayes, Supt. Const- - . April 5 inclusive, from "March 30' to "John G. TJnkerfer and Co., Conand "will be good returning to April Presents Good Play to Large 'Au- tractors. ' f '20. This will be one of the great"W. II. Bostwick, Builder. dience on Ooenina Niaht. Good est educational gatherings ever held "Wm. H. Taft, Pres, of U' S. in this couhtry. Speakers of inter "J. S. Sherman, V. Pres. of U. S. Acting. Cast And national reputations will be on the W. O. Bradley, Tr H. Paynter. program. A large delegation should The Wheeler Sjsters Stock Com- SenatoTs. attend from Kentucky. "Jno. W. LangleyiRep. from 10th pany Monday night opened an en gagement of one week and one mat- Dist. inee of repertoire at the Opera "Jno. G. White, Postmaster. THRTY-DG- HT MEMBERS "Officers of Winchester Lodge, No. House with a packed bouse to witRags to Riches," rbe 20, F. & A. M., ' OF BOYS' CORN CLUB ness "From "David Jackson, G. M. company's first offering. of a popular "C. H. Bowen, ,W. M. As a production the first Jbit of "M. D- - Royse, D. W. VSnperintemieMt Jehu E. Lanter In prices stock company, vaudeville by the "M. L'. Myers, J. W. reoertoire and takes Interest in Movement Which Wheeler Sisters and their support J. A. Boone, Sec'y. without merit, and "J. W. Wheeler, Treas' ins cast was not Be avtig Shccss. Premises openin "G. C. Fluty, S. D. the packed house for the 'i- t- . ot County Schools performaYice was presented with' 'Superintciiaent "J. D. Webb, J. D. C- - V. Bridwell, O. F Young, Stew He pleasing entertainment. Jtfljn E. Lanter is a hustler. decided to organize a Boy' Corn "From Rags to Riches" was an in- - ards usual ex teresting little four act offering in '"J. C. Vanght. Tyler. Clab in this county, Glenmore" Combs, D. S. Haggard, perience in such matters is that if which the Wheeler Sisters were well as twenty are members the siKDorted by Jack Goddwin, Tom J. N. Renaker, Trustees.' W. Shepherd, Chaplain.'l irst year it is extraordinary; but Carroll, Harvey Maxwell, R. Cramer, Superintendent Lanter has secured Billy Bryant a"d Miss Flora Nelson On the reverse side of the plate are "thirty-eigboys already nnd hi: the popular leading lady of this pop 134 names of the members of tlie eattpaign is not finished yet. Ifjhe ular company. Tuesday night, the Hodge. The engwivinjj, which x 'keeps .np his proseat gait, he will company presents a new offering, done with utmost skill, is 'the work bare tbe, largest first year" club ever "A Broken Heairt," a four act drama Of Mr. A' S. Reeves, of the C. II Any live ful of beart ""interest and sure to Bowen jewelry store, whose name "orianired in the state. fanaer-bowho does not get in tbis please 'all who witness it. Prices as appears on the right hand corner. dab is missinsr one of the best usual win remain, 10c, 20c and 30c. The plate presents a handsome SeaV sh'fftfbr' be reserved early. 'Sh.ipgs in his whole career. and artistic appearance. liiate terret, con-uerab- band-Addre- ss re iPerhaps there aresome city subPRISON BUS PASSED who do not know that I have . given up the city circulation of the News. However, I am responsible' t, ., trr thn iinpnlaTinn until HWinm rr ''One Goes Through House, Other Wins in Senate And Beth Are Put 1st. There are some subscribers wbo have not paid to February 1st. ' Up to Governor. The money is due R. R. ami Goltlie Perry from me. A statement of the Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 27. Two imcirculation account must be made portant bills were enacted into law March 1. Please arrange to pay Monday, as far as the two houses back subscription within the next of the Legislature were concerned, few days. and only await the Governor's sigW. H. MOORE. nature to become statutes . of the Commonwealth. The Senate passed tho iPrisou Commission Bill, after TOBACCO SALES voting down amendments "the pur pose of which was to retain the presThe tobacco sales were opened ent staff of employes and Commis Tuesday morning at the Planters' sioners Eli. H. Brown and Harvey Loose Leaf Warehouse .on Winn av- MoCutcheon, and the House accept enue, with about 250,000. pounds on ed the Senate amendment to the Di " rect Primary Bill which saves the the breaks. ,,. bacon of Congressman J. Campbell Thjere was a large crowd present and bidding was active. ,and strong. Cautrill in the Seventh District by High grades were about;, $2 on tlie pi eventing its application to any hundred higher, but low grades were of the primary calls already made ' Sy the district committees' weaker. i 'Prices ranged from $2 to $28 per The Prison Commission Bill, which 'bundled according 'to grades. had already passed the House is the j. B. Ramsey & Baber, of this measure of 'Representative Elwood county, sold a crop of fair colory Hamilton, of Franklin county, and tobacco, of 5,620 pounds, at an av- provides for the appointment of a erage of $18.86 per hundred' Commission of three members, with- Geo. J. Hunt, , of this county, a dut any restriction as to politics. crop of medium colory tobacco of That the Governor will appoint three 3,500 pounds at an average of $10.17' tried and tested Democrats is what the politicians cal a copper-rivete- d per hundred. fiThere ware only a few rejections.. cinch. The vote on the bill' as it nally passed the Senate follows: , Next sales will be held Thursday. Yeas B. M. Arnett, L. W. Arnett, Bagby, Bale, Berkshire, Bertman, Scobce's House. About 325,000 pounds of tobacco Catlett, Chipman, Cobem, Dowling, were on the market at Scobee's Durham, Eaton, Frost, Glenn, Grahouse and good prices were in evi- ham, Helm, Hogg, 'Hubble, Marshall, dence' The sales were in.progre'ss Mathers, Moody, Newcomb, Pricb-ar- d, Salmon, Sanders, Scott, Tiche- as The News went to press. nor. Bosworth, Biggerstaff, Nays Brock, Holman, Jluffakor, Ryan, Thomas, Tunis, Welch. Aye !, nays 9.' Goodwin Mrs. Eliza Thcmas Gives "Straight Talk." Mrs. Eliza M. Goodwin, one of The straightest talk given the Sen Montgomery county s oldvJt anil ate this year was by Senator Thom- most highly honored women,. passed is, wlio charged that the bill as it iway last Saturday at her home in was presented to the Senate was Mt. Sterling, after a long illness. De- loaded for "machine" purposes. year ceased was in the eighty-thir- d He defied tho Senate to how of her age and although an invalid, where the state would be benefitted was a truly remarkable woman for by turning the prison over to a ma Her her advanced age. chine. G. Goodwin, was also a pioneer of Senator Thomas said ho hoped the Blucgrass and preceded her to that tome Senator who stood spon the grave several years ago' the partisan prison bill would scribers J. Master Commissioner J. T. Stokely sold at public action on Monday, iFebriiary 26, at tho door of the Courthouse, to R. L. McDonald, 16 acres of land near Wades Mill, for $1,311- - Mr. H. R Watts was the auctioneer. JOTESS Institute lefere State Fanners' Wednesday Mominf en "Sex ie termination." Prof. W. S, Anderson, of the College, delivers an address at the State Farmers' Institute now in session at Frankfort, on Wednesday morning. The subject of his address is "Sex Determination." This intricate theme has been the subject of much thought for many yeara past and Prof. Anderson has given it deep study. He attended last summer 4he Carnegie Institute, of Eugenics, where this and kindred subjects are Jeing studied by specialists working on capital furnished by the great steel master. Prof' Anderson is now the authority on this subject in this part of Ae country. CLARK COUNTY MAN ANOTHER ATTEMPT AT PURSE SNATCHING r- Negro Grabs Mrs- - at Reticule Carried by Se- Sallie Walden, But Only One cures of Its Handles. The third case of attempted purse snatching was perpetrated in this city at about 6.15 o'clock ou Monday evening. V-- As Mrs. Sallie Walden 'and Miss ICarne Lovett were passing along the street on their way home from business, a man- emerged .from the alley between Highland and Buck-nstreets, and after walking for a moment in front of the ladies, tumed suddenly and snatched Mrs. Wal-den- 's purse from her arm. She in the suddeness of the encounter, dropped several bundles she was carrying, and ran forward in pursuit of j'tshe ithief. He became frightened, and dropped the purse, the only damage done being the loss of one of the handles of the reticule, which was broken off by the man as he escaped. The ladies are positive the guilty party is a negro. er IS BEST IN PIGEON SHOOT Mr. J. D. Gay Defeats Harry Kehler, Expert, In Contest Philadelphia In Bewbon. TICKETS ON SALE Tickets for the Skovgaard con eert are on sale at Strode's Drue DEATHHNTtiFK" Store. The concert is to be given Wednes- day evening at the home of Miss Mary Belle IField Miller, beginning 'promptly at 8.15 o'clock. shire, Lexington, Ky., Feb. 27. What was probably one of the biggest bird shoots ever held in the Bluegrass from the sportman's point of view was pulled off at the Hill Top Gun j Club's range in Bourbon county Mon day afternoon when Mr. J. D. Gay of IPine Grove, Clark county, met and defeated Mr. Harry Kehler, the noted wing shot, of Philadelphia, by tljo score of 84 to 81 in a 190 bird race, a i, m w"rcu me Paeons Wcre useu as targets, according to the report tagrcits, according to the report which reached Lexington, were in rapid succession and the deadly aim of the gunsmen trough down a total of 165 out of that num- hu.-flian- i Mrs. Goodwin was before her mar- rige, Miss Jameson, daughter of Mil . ton Jameson, of Montgomery county-MrsEd K. Thomas and 'Alfsv Lucy Fesler, of Bourbon, are sisters surviving besides three sons, Qlessrs. D. 6. Goodwin, of Winchester; Prof. M.. J., Goodwin, of A. Sterling; and Wm. M' Goodwin, ofCynthiana. The were conducted by funeral sen-ice- s Elder Clark, of the Mt. Sterling Christian church Sunday followed by interment there. sor for stand np and have the courage to defend the bill. Senator Thomas read from the GRAND OPENING GF Governor's message in which Gover nor 'McCreary urged a board. ".I knew,' said he, "that it was not the intention of the people behind tlie bill to take the prisons out of politics, but to put them back into politics." Besides, be said, he knew that Governor McCreary did not want a partisan board, for he had recommended that the institu- tions be taken out of politics, and urged in his message to the Legisla- ber. Bertram, Bosworth, Brock, This is the first of a series of three Catlett, Coibern, Durham, Eaton, races at this range, each Tace'being Helm, Hubble, Huffaker, Ryan, Sana 100 bird contest for $500 on tho ders, Tichenor, Tunis, Welch. side. The conditions of the contest Nays B. M. Arnett, Bale, Bigger' rise, with 30 yard are a Frost, boundaries and 5 traps. Thomas A. staff, Chipman, Dowling, Hogg, Marshall. ' Glenn, Graham, Marshall, of Chicago, referred the Mathers, Moody, Newcomb, Pritch first shoot and will probably bo refard, Scott, Thomas. eree at each succeeding race. The i ax Amenameni h eponea next 5hoot in tWa contest will be held The bill to amend the Constitution Vfdnesday afternoon at tt- - nm !y revising the tax laws of the state Top w5n m& the codrlg and to classify property as amended Friday afternoon aml a rcc-h- y M hM the House, referring all tax laws j ord breakinR crowA 0f shotgun ar-t-o Moody moved that the Senate dis- - . . to attend. agree, and asked for a" conference The comparative low scoro in committee. Monday's race was attributed to the Senator Frost spoke for the refexcellent condiand 30-ya- rd .ted SP1G , STOCK iinrr Winchester Cloak and Suit Company Invites All Ladies To Visit Store On Next Wednesday and Thursday b ' The Winchester Gloak and Suit Company will have their spring opening on Wednesday and .Thursday, February 28 and 29, at their store at 61 South --Mam street hi .tue kits Building. -- jifi-3akn- ht The stock consists of suits, coats, dresses, skirts, waists, hats anil petticoats, atl of the latest styles, and will ibe sold at marvelously low prices Manager Domb announces that flowers and souvenirs will be given away at the grand opening. Everybody is invited to- visit the store on Wednesday and Thursday, 2d. - ' February 28-a- nd -- ' WINCHESTER'S - IDEA HUSTLE board. ture a Speaks for, Present Employes He urged that the amendment be adopted providing for the retention of the present employes. "There is no use trying to hide the' truth,' said Senator Thomas, "for the troth is that every job down at these prisons has been promised out, and this bill is simply to take the prisons from one machine to turn them over tp another machine, the next 'machine larger than the one that now has it. I want the Senators to know what they are doing. I know that every job lias been promised out." Salary. Advance Bill Up k The bill of Senator Brock increasing the pay of the Senators and the members of the House was taken up. Senator Brock'said that the Senators earned the $10 and offered an amendment to make the pay of mem-ba$10 a day. The mileage was alIt so raised to 15 cents a mile. passed 18 to 16, as follows: Yeas L. W Arnett, Bagby, Berk- rs erendum clause. Senator Moody said the conferwould offer an ence committee amendment providing that every law changing a principle of tax .laws sbould be referred to the people. Senator Graham offered an amendment providing that the majority of voters of the election at which the the high wind, tions of the birds, which were raised on the range, the farm of Messrs. Thomas and Alfred Clay, near Paris. A large number of members of tho Fayette Gun Club, the Clark County Ciub, and others were in attendance, an estimate placing the number that witnes-e- d the match at 200 Considerable interest has been taken in matter is referred. ! this contest on account of the skill The Senate disagreed with the ful principles in it and the large House amendment to refer the tax ifnfcpa fnr whinh thev were sunooseil .. , laws to a vote of the people and the . , c .11 1 "lf i 'n . . oiu win go io a conierence commiiiee Dog Tax Repeal Passes The House Monday passed the TOO LATE TO CLASSIY Smith Bill permitting each housekeeper to have one dog free from tax THE LYRIC If the bill passes the Senate the "Dog Tax Law" will be nullified. Saved by the Flag. (Pathe.) After the House had voted down ("Vlta- Message From Beyond. I "4 earlier part of the day, at, 2 o'clock, j Mr. Smith, of Monroe, asked the, .o a,- noues io rase up nis nm low each uouseKeeper one dog, tax ,Hcartg. e, Another gooJ .f prosram. everyday fafa Don't 239 Mr..W' V. Perry, of Claj--, made .WANTED Small single rooa, wit the point of order that this bill was boar,i ; qu;etf private, fawiiy- identical witb the Akin bill, which Address "II", care of Wiflaester was killed last week. X News. eitv. The Speaker declared against the point of order, and; after some STRAYED Small U$ Shetland T. J. discussion, the House, by fifty to pony, Call phone,-5- 4. twenty-sevepassed the Smith bilL tef. ( For-2-27-- 31 B, free. and 330. I A y-- 1 i . "'V C i!7 a. A. T- THE WMME.STER KVI. THE TURKEY - VI THE WlHGBESTEJtHEWS IN-l- ll SMrth Maiii Street, MMiisf miStOFI TikT ITN - FORM 0M Folks ShetW PEOPLE GOOD THINGS OF RICE CARVING in Med- -; tftoefeestir, Kantvcky. laity, Except Sunday. f?Eaterd as second-class matter, noil Kevember 28, 1908, at the poslofflce ja Winchester, Ken tacky, under the let of March 3, 1870." Both Phsnes 91. SUBSCRIPTION By Mall. RATES: If joa- are suffering from Eczema, Psoriasis- or "any other kind or own into our store for 5elleC- We tvlll sm.irar.tes you to stop Ifcat itcn in two at&taaa. A 25c trial bottle will prove for AVe have soW other reinediea skin troubles, Uut none that ;we couW recommend more highly than the well ,known compound- of Oil! of Wlnter-KreenThymol and a few other inwrought sucmwMiv gredients Jhatliave' dcrfuV cures all over the country. This compound, known as p. .p.. p. T'Tescription." will cool and heal the itchy, burnlns skin as .nothlnr else can. Get a Tefruli-T- " bottle ,and ece oa oEer. our y nt - Be Careful Their Selection oi Regulative fcine. MUFFINS, pancakes, waffles 8HARP KNIFE NECESSARY SKILLFUL PERFORMANCE. ..AND BAKED PUDDING. . CLASS C. TO The HOME BUILIIN'C AND SAVING ASSOCIATION wffl. it v We have a safe, dependable, and altogether ideal remedy that is par ticularly adapted to the require Some are fiorn carvers, some after Rice Muffins. Two cups o cold boil ments of aged people and persons of ed rice, a pint of flour, one teaspoon painful effort achieve carving, and wpak constitutions- - who suffer from constipation or other bowel disor ders. We are so certain that it win relieve these, complaints and givcTab- -' solute satisfaction in. every particular that we offer it with our personal guarantee that it' shall cost the user nothing if, it fails to substantiate qur claims. This remedey is callsd Rexall Orderlies. Rexall Orderlies are eaten jusliks candy, arc particularly prompt and agreeable in action, may be taken at any time, day or night; do not cau-- e diarrhoea, nausea, griping, excessive looseness, or other undesirable effectsThey have a very mild bat positive action upon the organs with which they come in contact, apparently acting as a regulative coat of the bowel, thus overcoming weakness, and aiding to restore the bowels to more vigorous and healthjvac-tivitThree sizes, 10c, 23c, and 30c Sold only at our store The1 Rexall Store. Phillips Drag Store, o'O South Main street. y. Recipes for Marshmallow Filling, Ex- - Then If You Have a Large Platter and Follow These Instructions the posltlbn dake and Vanilla Sauce, Bird Will Be .Neatly 'All of Which 'Are Very DeSeparated, lectable Eating. the books of CLASS C 6he new class) oa .Saturday. March 24. 1912, and dues will be received by the Secretary at the office rf the Association, at the Clark County National bank Buikliag. Those who have subscribed for stock will please eall and get thek books, Any. person who has hot subsdribed for stock and wishes to do so, may secure same calling on S. W. Powell, fSecretary, or any of the Solicitors of the Association. S. W.TOWELL, Secretary no-pa- salt, one tablespoon sugar, one lf teaspoons-bakingowder- and somer-unfortun- ate fewr-ha- ve carving For Sale By Strodes Drug Store. elude a direct Presidential primary clause so that the majority of hoth $3.00 parties in the state might register 1.50 wishes as to their choice for the high.23 est office in the" gift of the people. So far the only announced candi- one-ha- ii I' ll Dfuly, one year Kx Months Ose Month "Payable in Advaace. MVCimSINt 1ATCS: . 9 .U ditioa 9 wMk.. withia ea Dfa'vaok, eeatisaovaly 1.08 Oa eaJesdar bo, eoatianoatly- - 3.00 2.40 Wtm watfa, 4 timet a week weeks, tare tia aa week. 1.80 Vmt FatH weeks, two tiawa a week. . 1.20 Saw lna lim, amy ttea, date "against Cantrill is Harry A'. SchoibeTth, defeated candidate foi Speaker of the House in December. He 'is a popular man but it seems to be the general opinion that he is not likely to ibeat Cantril in the short campaign "permitted under the call of the District Committee. I Have you ever seen the MeHim Our customers Toothless Harrow? who have them say they can't be beat. We also have a full line of disc and tooth harrows. J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. thrust upon them. In order to become half pint milk and three eggs. Free skillful.in theart, it is 6f the first im rice from lumps and stir into milk and portance to nave a snarp knife. beaten eggs. Sift together flour, salt. Y Daniel Webster, so the story goes, sugar and powder. Add rice, milk once undertook to carvethe turkey at g and eggs and mix into a firm barter. uu JNew jsngtana Bake, in'hot oven for 15 minutes. dinner. The knife was dull aa Rica Pancakes Mix two cups rice the tradional hoe, and the bird proved with one quart of milk, the yolks of refractory, giving the great man more two eggs, two cups of flour, two tea- trouble than one of his celebrated camspoons baking powder and a pinch of paign speeches. Finally, after an essalt Beat the whites of eggs to a pecially desperate effort to cut through froth and" add last. Fry on a grid- the hide of the troublesome fowl, the dle. knife slipped, and the bird turned a , V. W. BUSH. PresideaL v one- - " 41 xnanKS-givln- TO CLOSE OUT Having decided to go out of the meat business we will close out everything that we have in our store within the next few days beginning fear weeka. oae tin a week .75 it to aotices, aod type.. -- 7 c he&diaa;. .'. 15c najinff. fa eatiuaons inseftpoaa of same fbiM rate. fteaa at donhie the J ClafsIlBi Par Wtr lc Oa awerties, any aditioa psertions eoaluntoaBly .. 2c fkrea Baak taree additional insertions. o Oae calendar mo., continuously. .10o Mctaiaic counted less than 10 frords. No item charged oaTbooki for !sk thaa M eeate. aajMBtv am one-ti- KINDLY WORDS K fr i 11! r v r 0. 06 35TV If what you just ate is souring on your stomach or lies like a lump of do so, in which event things ELKIN lead, refusing to digest, or you belch bad for Winchester. The loss of this Gas and Eruoatate sour, undigested railroad will not only be something veJ Miss Lula Lisle returned, home food, 05 have a feeling of Dizzinesst missed but will detract from what B: already have; traffic will be deflect- Sunday from Lexington, after being heartburn, fullness, Nausea. taste in mouth and stomach headache e there engaged as a nurse for several ed' over the new route which this is indigestion. come through here, and in other weeks. A full case of Pape's Diapepsin Mr. W. IP. Elkin, of near Winchesways we shall have to pay dearly for ter, was the pleasant guest of Miss costs onlv 50 cents and will thor it if we miss this oportnnify. stom oughly cure your Lula Lisle, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Worth Kratz have ach, and leave sufficient about the CANTRILL STILL ON THE JOB. returned home, after a. week's visit house in case some one else in the Congressman J. .Campbell, of the with Mr. Jess Becraft, near the Wa family may suffer 'from stomach Seventh. District, demonstrated again terworks. trouble or Indigestion. last- week his lresoureefullness as a Ask your pharmacist to show you Mr. Joe Aldridge, of Allansville, politician when he succeeded in hav- was the guest of Mr. J" R. Lisle, the formula plainly printed on these ing adopted an amendment to the di- from Saturday until Monday. eases, then you will under i rect primary bill providing that it "Crow and wife are visit-cn- g stand why JJispeptic trouble or Mr. John sball not apply to the Seventh DisMr. BUI Crow, at this kinds must go, and why Diapepsin lis parent, trict; the committee there having al writing. always relieves ready called a primary for the IGth B.- - Wells and stomach or Indigestion in five min Mr. and Mrs. M. of March. The vote of the Senate daughter, Mary Anna, speut the day utes. Diapepsin is- harmless and showed an unmistakable majority in with Mrs. Jennie Maupin, Sunday; tastes like candy, though each dose favor of the Scott county man's contains power sufficient' to digest wishes, in spite of the fact that the and prepare for assimilation into the Suppose you Getting any eggs, state administration and nearly al! try Purina Chicken thowder a while blood all the food you cat; besides, the Democratic leaders were against and watch, results. Purina ChicK it makes you go to the table with Senators voted to him.. Twenty-on- e feed is best for young chicks, just healthy appetite, but what will phase leave the Seventh District free from what they need to make them grow-J- . most, is that you will feel that the provisions of the bill and only your stomach and4 intestines are R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. twelve voted for the measure with an : cleaji and fresh, and' you .will not emergency clause in it. Senator Joe need to resort to laxatives 'or liver F. Bosworth, of Bell, lined lip most A WARNING AGAINST WET FEET pills for Biliousness op:Consfipation. qt the. Republicans for Contrill, SenThis city will have many Diapep ator Tunis, of Fayette county, being Wet and chilled feet usually affeot sin cranks, as some people. wilL call the only Republican to vote for the the mucous membrane oi tike nose, them, but you will be cranky about administration bill. thtraa (and lungs, and la grippe this splendid stomach preparation, Itiwoukl be futile to discuss thf bronchitis or pneumonia may result. too, is you ever try a little, for. Indi Watch caref particularly the gestion or Gastritis or any other 'reasons for this action .of, the 'but Cantrill is rtill oir the job. childien, and for the nw:kinr stub- Stomach misery.. The only hope of the born coughs give Foley's Honeyod Get some Pape's Diapepsin. .now, aen now is that the House will Tar Compound. It soothes this minute, and forever; rid yourself d and heals the of Stomach Troubleiand Indigestion concur in the Cantnll that the Senate may lie coughs quickly. Mrs. A. A. Swagel, competleVHo accept the .bill as agreed Kroh, Wis., says: "It always give do say Yelfcw Jaaket CeaJlis upon byjafcpntor Eaton and Repre-- 1 Foley's Homey and Tar Compound to a t. hottest .thing m, entative ' Cfi!rlton B. Thompson, tayahildren. It cures thek coughs waTmake ymt a steady cHstemer Who introAicel, it in the Separate aaC(&ls and they like to take it" M&l. R. Martin CmI & Stiffly Ce will look other-iwiser R. R. Perry has sold- TJie Winchester Dailv News and the to Messrs. Lu- weekly Bobbin cien Beekner and Carl both of whom have had experience in the newsnaner business. Wc were a classmate of Mr. Beekner at Cen 113 PXr'En HEPRESEfiTED FOR FOKC1GH A3Ve:-!GIN- G BY THE I ter College for three years and know liim to lie a .brilliant and .talented gentleman who should make ood 2 G MCMAL. CFF1CES piloting the newspapers which now NEW YOHK AND CHICAGO Colonel come under the control. PRANCHCS IN AL' IrtE PRINCIPAL CITIES Perry who retires, on account of ill health, is one of the best known THE NEW ROAD. newspaper men in the state and his The people who were in town Mon- "Pern winkles' and editorial para day from the North Middletown graphs have contained so much wis neighborhood are very optimistic dom, wit and candor as to cause about their prospects for the L. & them to be copied throughout the U. extension. They report that they state. We tnwt that Colonel Perry's nearly all freedom1 from the cares of newspahave the right-of-wsigned up and that the prices aked per work will result in the complete where they have nolf been given out- restoration of his health, and that The the gentlemen who succeed him will right, were very reasonable. prospect is that North Middletown meet with ihe prosperity which their Cyn-thiawill be able to make the railroad a energy and 'talents deserve. Log Cabin. proposition before we are able to Oonel We have choicest-Timothy always on hayvand-pur hand the prices Sun-Sentin- el are as low as possible". & Supply Co. ,V J. R. Martin Coal FURS! FURS!! TURS'l! . Will pay you th Hj&cest Ca.-- or your xaa,: J. W. HJ.SEL ' East Bridge Junk Shop No. 23 North .Maple s Tennessee Phone 215, Horn' Phone 596. INDIGESTION GOES IN FIVE MINUTES i ay Heartburn, Other Gas, Dyspepsia Misery And Enoed ' Stomach With a Little Diapepsin na - oO-ce- nt a-- Sift together one cup complete somersault and landed in flour and one teaspoon baking pow Ihe lap of a lady who sat next the der; takeone cup rice, one teaspoon famous man. But even after this efmelted butter, one teaspoon salt two fort Mr. Webster never turned a hair. cups milk, three .beaten eggs. Mash "Madam, I'll trouble you for that tbe rice, add the butter, then the milk ,turkey," said he! and went at the with the flour, and then the eggs. Beat struggle again with might and main. well, grease waffle irons with butter But we are not all born with the and brown both sides of waffles aplomb of the great orator, so it is as nicely. well to take the precaution to have Rice Pudding With Wnilla, Sauc- e- the knife sharp. Two cups of rice, one and' one-hal-f The turkey should always be served pintsiof milk, one-hacud. suear. a on a platter large enough to hold the large minch of salt, and vanilla to fla different joints as they are carved. vor. Bake in a moderate oven until It should be placed on the table with the pudding is set and the top nice the breast to the left of. the carver, ly browned. Serve with vanilla sauce, who commences operations by first xaarsnmaiiow jranng noli, one cup getting a firm grip on the fowl by water and one and oh&half cups' sugar sticking the earning fork deep down together until it threads; cut: one-hathrough the upper' part of the breast pound marshmallows into little pieces bone. Now, holding the fork securely and add this to syrup Just before tak iri the left. hand, take the knife in the ing from the stove. Pour this mixture right and remove the legs and the secinto the beaten whites of two eggs ond Joint together by passing the and beat until cold. knife around theJoint, next the body. Exposition Cake One cup sugar, Then take off the wings, in the same, one-hal- f cup melted butter, one-hamanner, and disjoint them, cutting cup milk, one and one-hacups flour, through the ligaments. two "well beaten eggs, one teaspoon Before carving more from the turbaking powder; mix into batter Take key it is well to separate the leg and six large tablespoons chocolate, three cut it into two pieces. After this the teaspoons sugar, two teaspoons of breast of the turkey can be carvgd in milk; let this come to a boll, then cool thin, delicate slices, with the knife and adef to cake batter and bake In two held flat' against the breastbone and layers. For filling use marshmallow faced away from the carver. Then the Icing and chopped' nuts. ofthe knife canjje inserted un. 7 11nl ocaia. one-na- . . pini ', pointthe wlshbonn. nnA If run h llftort vnimitt oauce if der of milk, add beaten yolks of three pressed backward and removed eggs, stir until as thick as boiled cus Good carvers now turn the turkey tard; vhen cool add one tablespoon slightly, and without removing the vanilla extract and stiffly beaten carving knife, cut thejshoulder blades whites of eggs. from the under slde'of the carcass. Each "helping" should contain a piece of both white and dark meat and a t Brownie Salad. generous spoonful of dressing. Boil eggs har'd, when cold remove and cut off small ends about shells d down. With a small jspoon Deviled Eggs I'Anolalse. scoop out the yolks, wash," add Six eggs, half a cupful of cream.' , chopped-olivessalad oil, salt and pep- - j two tablespoonfuls of butter, tbe yolks per. Then refill the cavities with the , of two eggs, one teaspoonrul of mussame. Replace the ends which have tard, one teaspoonful of chutney or been, cut off, moistening with un- tomato catsup, a tablespoonful. of cooked white lot egg to cause to ad- minced ham and two teaspoonfuls of here. Set aside a short time to dry, chopped pickle. Fry the eggs in the then with a toothpick which has been butter and when done lift them out dipped In grape Juice, melted choco- carefully with a batter cake lifter, late or some other material, draw trim them around the edges with a eyes, mouth and necktie, and buttons sharp knife and arrange them on a down lower part to Indicate waist- hot dish. Pour over them a sauce coat. (A small water-colo- r brush Is made as follows: Into a stew pan put better, of course, if 'you chance to half a cup of cream, a tablespoonful have one.) Use toothpicks for arms of butter and salt and pepper to and legs, or. if. you prefer, the tooth- taste. Bring to a boil, then add the picks can be concealed by small car- - yolks of the eggs, mustard and chut-rots or green bean pods. Drape a leaf ; hey. Stir over the fire until the sauce of lettuce around the shoulders for tnicKens. but it must not boil. AtJ a cape. ' The end of a cucumber hol- me last minute add the bam and chow-choto the sauce. Pour over lowed out will serve for a cap. the eggs and serve very hot, dish with triangular crusts A Safety Device. of fried bread. The housewife who has had tc choose between a good maid with a Bread Fritters. dizzy head.' or uncleantfd windows on Cut some stale bread Into slices .the outside will welcome a new mop for just sucviurposes. It Is. provided onequarter ot ah inch thick. Shape with a handle, in which it works at llnto' squares about one and one-hal-f right angles, and can be manipulated inches. Beat the yolks of two eggs on the outside of a window without in a basin'; add half pint ot milk and putting as much as a hand over the an ounce of sugar. Mix well and soak the bread in this for ten min- sash. It may be harder to get the exact utes. Fry the pieces of bread in very amount of polish produced by perch hot fat until they are a golden brown. Ing perilously on a narrow ledge, but M1,x together a little powdered. sugar with practice glass can be kept clear i aaa cinnamon and as soon as the fritters are done toss them about in without risk to the cleaner. this. Serve verj hot. vRlce Wattles lf lf lt lf 14 il one-thir- Monday, Feb'y. - x and lasting only a few days. We wil also offer for sale al the same time jand place our store fixtures which and up tp date. Every thing not sold i the next few days will be- sold at pul$ lie outcry to the highest bidder as a whole or separately. Everyone knowing themselves indebted to the firm will please call and settle at once as the business must be "Sfe-riev- Y Hi; wound-up- . , t H. L. Gilbert & Co, BOTH PHONES? TheNew Depositor i Id this bank may be assured of receiving direct pereoaal arUa-tip- o and prompt service. ATI we ask is an opportunity to serve yon thai we may "rrera he quality of our banking sen-ice- . We invited you. to call and se na. Citizens National Bank Near, Coart Coraar Maia and South Court Street. . Winchester, Ky. Baati AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS Statistics show that sixty per cent of the automobile d rear axles. Ford accidents are the result of carry the weight of either car or passengers, axles do not Let us showvyou. . over-loade- :' BARROW & jCLAY Indian Fields, Ky. - u For Luncheon. i Take a pound or bread dough and mix Into it a tablespoonful of shortening, two tablespodnfuls of sugar; roll out Into a thin sheet; cut in two a cupful ot and spread currants, halt-- cupful ot raisins, half an" ounce each of lemon and citron peel, chopped fine. Cover with the other half.' press down wlth .rolltng pttt and then cut In rounds or dla-- 1 monds; brush with white of egg. Let' stand nail an nour; tnen Dane In a hot oven for fifteen, minutes'. a -- I Cover Jams and Jellies. One of the best ways of covering Jams and Jellies so that they will keep well is to cover the Jars as soon a they are filled. Have the papers cut steady and the white of an egg slight-- . beaten, brush the papersr-witthe 'wnlte ot down Quick-- , e5g and destroys all Tne heat oI the-Ja- m senna mat mignv cause u to mourn and dr,es 0,6 cgg so 1ulck,y that It Is hermetically sealed.-- -- v fcjCaaar aPasffaBaal BaCalaaK aTaHaBaMBaJB afl . 4JI . ii Mulled Buttermilk. Sen-al- e' u, anti-Caiitr- il! Make 'sure that the. buttermilk is fresh. Put a pint of the milk in a double boiler, and stir it constantly until it" reaches the boiling point Add the yoftTbr "an egg beaten to a stiff froth and take from the fire lm- muua an. ex- mediately. " efa.pauenis, al- celient arms iur laying DOW uui ouu uuuger. Grape- Conserve. - Raisin Puffs. Two eggs, one;half cup of butter or part lard or drippings, one tablespoon ot sugar, one cup milk, one cup raisins chopped, two cups of flour, two teaspoons, of cream ot tar tar and one teaspoon of soda. Put jnt0 buttered cups and steam half hour. Serve with whipped cream. shipped not too stiff. This makes ejgbt puffs. Veal Cutlets. Frxibrown eight slices of pork. Take up, add two spoonfuls of lard. Have ready thin slices of veal, dirt them In egg. aad then, to cracker crumbs and lrZ S1?8 bT.wn! sea ,bef,re dipping witi' pepper and.aafCServe with the po mTWSarirtae8 aad yege-pork, ' tables. TbrnJupUm fcsl. frying.and i.poaltryJJ'iir;ifcK aad We have cars ranging in price from $850. to 1800., nothing quite as good at the prjct Ask anyone who owns one. Buick line. '2 Pon't buy a car until you have investigated tt amcnd-ment.an- i :ey M tartan houses. W 'oranges Cut off white) remove seeds, cut In small pieces" the yellow of" the orange. Use navel oranges .and that will save removing seeds; I pound geeded raisins CHt Ii halves. BoU' un' til the'conslsteacy of Jellp ajd equal amounf heated sugar and Two Quarts grape Juice, boil .14 hour, 6 bkt' We carry in stock a full Hoe of Tjres and Tabes ; and all kinds of Auto supplies. Our prices are riffet , give us, a trial. s. M4 aaisi t. i" - j c aam WINCHESTER G tr5x?v.v ,i.ii7t?.E-t9ara tisjbisisii vM' laaaaf 5s V '''aaJam' "faaaaaaaaV HataaW 'Laaaaaaai S v .. .jialiSBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal - 1 ii THE iW ECHO-TE- E MEW. Buy a Good First-Cias- s Every Day Watch Jeweler 'i g E.r,Air-Rw- i CALL AIMD SEE IT ii optician y ' O C IETYlP after--110011, Recital attractive. Mr. Uolliday is a popPupils of Miss Anna "Chandler Golt ular yonng gentleman. will give a recital at her .studio in A "tacky party" was given at the the home of Sirs. J. J. Porter, on home of Mrs. C. II. Dietrich on South Maple, street, Friday Thursday evening, by the members at y o'clock. of Mrs. Kate Patten's dass of the Friends and patrons are cordially Washington Street Presbyterian invited. church., ! Mr.. Rodney Haggard, a indent the law department of State spent Sunday and 'Monday at honic. (Mrs.- Tom Brock is recuperating after an operation for tonsilitis. Mr. and Mrs. John Talbott, of North Midletown, are visiting friends and relatives here. Mr. J. R. Xunnelley, who has been the firm of Grubbs & Denton for some time,Jias been compelled to retire on account of ill. health. Mr. Xunnelley underwent an operation for appendicitis- some, time ago, and has not been since. His many friends hope a rest will contribute to liis rapid recuperation. - Miss Es-iiMcintosh, who is conin nected with the Jackson Times, was College, in this city on business, Saturday. e Saturday. Mr J. E. Grubbs has returned f ivra Mjss Lillic Long, of Elkin, spent x Florida, where he lias ibeen for the last week the guest of her sister, Miss Edna Long, who is exchange past month. Mr. J. wlBrainblette and daughoperator at Becknerrille ter, Miss Christine, have returned to Squire S. W. Pursley has returned from Asheville, X. C, where he their home in (Paris, after a visit to went for a short visit to Mrs. Purs- - Mr and Mrs. Mrs. C. C. Robbins. Mrs. W. D. Smitli, of Lexington, j sel, who is in .better health in, that is the attractive guest of Mrs. Susan . climate. Mrs. Graves, mother of Mrs. J. E. G. Anderson. Mr. C. IT Lowe is somewhat better Grubbs, will go to Martinsville, Ind., 'Rev. G. W. Shepherd rested well to remain some time in the hope that. she njay be relieved of rheumatism-Mr- . Monday night, and is thought to be and James Bear-7- of Danville, improving. Mr. James Bailey and daughter, was here last Friday and aSturday Sue, of Chilesburg, spent Monday the. guest of relatives, die is a former resident of this county, "being a with Mr. ancLMrs,. C. E: Lj'djlane. son of Mr. Eldrid Bean. FURS!! FURS! FURS!!- !-Mrs. Rodney M. Eubank and from Sunday afternoon until Mon- many friends, will move to Lexingday morning wilh the family of Mr. ton. Mr?. Powell is widelypopuIar. D. B. Goodwin. . Mrs. Jack Hutsell was in1 Nicho!-asvill- e, , last week. Mr. George Vermilion has moved b Miss Emma Stepp has returned fromnear Ford to the city with his family, and will reside on Highland from a visit to Lexington. Mr. Ralph Hess left Sunday for street. , a busines drip to Nashville, Tenn. Miss. Ora Lee Johnson, and broth-n, J. B. McLin, of Jackson, the-er, Samuel, of Pilot View, were tha business man, was in the city week-en- d c. guests of friends at -Beek-nerviil- t? Invalids? ' c.l : e ic it Hotel and Sureical Institute, Buffalo, N.Y., by letter at my expense R.V. PlERCE, M. DC 1 There is every reason why Tvomen should not trust their delicate constitutioas in nana-ui unsKiuea persons. ic requires a taorougn mcaicai eaucacion to appreciate understand the female organism. There 13 every reason why she shouiu v.ti.c a ipcaalMt. As a powerful, invigorating tonic ' Favorite Prescription" imparts strength to the n : i -- INVITE EVERY WOMAN j cflr c -- ' " Mr. Robert Uolliday, of this cily. and Miss Lizzie Campbell were quietly married last Thnrsday at the home of .the bride in Hazard. The young couple came to "Winchester, where the groom is engaged in lusiircs with his Ibrothcr, Mr E. C. Uolliday1.' the Veal estate man. The Stride a daughter of Judge Campbell, of 'Perry county, and is quite pretty and i- -i Mr. J. G- - Johns is in Prest'ontfourg this week. Mr. and Mr. Slocum, of Chicago, are with Mrs. Walter Calmes. Miss Letitia Warren, of Danville, is with her sister, Mrs. Lucien Beckner. Dr. Royal J. Dye, of Congo Fiee State, enjoyed the hospitality of Mr. Edivard Jouett's home while here. Mr. J. Harry Allan is receiving a warm welcome from his many friends, who are rejoicing over his recovery from a severe illiress. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Parks have leased of Mr. James Phillips his residence on Hickman Street and .viil take iposbcssion in a few days. Rev. A. E. Corey, of China, Pi evident of the great Xanking University, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs Prewitt TanMetcr while in the city. Mr. Win- - M. Goodwin, of Cynthi-ain- i. Mi'i-dame- daughter, Miss SalIic Claiborne) of Thompson,, and Miss Ella 0. Trimble, of Mt. Sterling, were here last Thursday to attend the "Mt. Vernon Tea" given by Mrs. Charles Xelson. Judge Benton is" at home from Breathitt and is engaged this week in closing up the business of the February term of the Madison Circuit Court The docket for the Madison term has been unusually light. A most delightful meeting of the CT W.B. 31., of Mt. Zion, was held with Mrs. Annie B. Prewitt, Monday The President presided afternoon. over the business session, and Mrs. Katherinc Councilman bad charge of the program. Mrs. A. B- - Kohlhass leased Mrs. Cassie Gaines' residence on Maple street and moved last week. Mrs. J. M. Powell will lake possession March 1 of the boarding and daughters. Frank house now being run by (Mrs. J. W LoBus and James Wilson were lereJ Womack, wliOj to the regret of her the Highest Cash Furs., Prices for your J. W. HISEI Will pay yod Bridge JunB, Shop, No. 23 North Mapiest East Tennessee Phone! 215, Home Phone 596. MEAL! MEAL!! MEAL!!! teachers, milliners, dressmakers, seamstresses, " keepers, nursing mothers-- and feebk women generally, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescriptioa is' unequaled as an appetiz:r g cordial and restorative tonic. As a sootiunp and strc::-;tening nervine "Favorite ) JUST SEND WE THIS COUPON -( ion" is invaluable in allaying and subduing nervous PIEfteeS INVALIDS' HOTEL, Buffalo, N. T. ;exatabdhy, irritability, nervous DR.Please send mo letter of advice and roar Boob for TCoccn, aM trco asd exhaustion, nervous prostrawithout ao7 otlcatioaa oa my prt vbatcrer. tion, neuralgia, hysteria, spasms, My Name fainting spells, and other disrostOSice. y.StaXa tressing, nervous symptoms Umr bnj afilictcd? Ace? Am yen married?.. commonly attendant upon M&kc a cress (X) izt front of tho slhncnts from which yoa sailer, TrTocroan (XX) functional and organic disease ia front of tho one from tnhich yea suit er.tcost. - or Constipation KHsey Trcnblo orCcnth .......Ecarias Dorm the distinctly feminine Bladder TtuqUo gans. It induces refreshing PHea ""nSSS" 7cm l Trvu hlj raintincCpdli Obesity Oizincsa sleep and relieves mental anv Vain in Back SViaDieeaM Ki ni's ImpnmBlooJ 'ot Flahori sety and despondency. TTliniiimi Female Weakness Cjce LlTa lbAInc PartaDcsnibs any c&cr sviui c.i c crcie checi if jxi wui. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is devised and put up by a physician of vast experience in the treatment of woman's maladies. It3 ingredients Have the indorsement of leading physicians in all schools of practice. The " Favorite Prescription " is known everywhere as the standard remedy for tliseaiM of women and has been so regarded for tne past forty years and more. K Accept no secret nostrum in place of "Favorite Prescription" a medicine OF KNOWN Sold by all Druggists. COMPOSITON, with a record of forty years of satisfaction behind it. One to three Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets invigorate the stomach, (liver and bowels. a dose. Easy to take as candy. Send 31 one-cestamps to pay cost of wrapping and mailing only on a free copy - "of Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, 1008 pasjes, cloth-bouiInvalidsHotel and Surgical Institute, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. run-down- ," debilitated shop-girls'- ," , h Pre-scri- pt --- 0-r- "n cJT d nt d. ES29 GRAND OPENING v At the stroke ot 8 o'clock on next Wed- BLOOMINGDALE When in need of any meal don't forget( that we have! the old fashMr. J" T. Ganiboe and Mr. Thoma-ion water mill stones and do eustom Adams bought of Mr. AVilliam Aimer, grinding. T. M. Domigan, opposite toil' barrels of corn at $4 per barrel. David .Gay's warehouse, on corner Thomas, the thirteen year-old-sa-m Winn avenue. of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Gamboe, who has foeen dangcrouiJ. ill of pneumonFIRST LA GRIPPE, ia, is some better at this writing. THEN BRONCHITIS. Mrs. Miller Bradley and little was the case .with. Mrs. W. S. daughter are better at this writing" Such The sale of Messrs Johnnon and "My wife I'.ailey, MeCreaxy, Ky. Thomas was well attended and things down with a severe"" was taken of la grippe, which run into brough fair prices. Mrs. Joe Aldridge was a pleas-an-t bronchitis. She coughed as tho" she had consumption and could not sleep visitor at the home of Mr. John Gani" The Doctor"a medicine boe, Saturday.' at night Miss Allie Risoh has returned gave 'her no relief and I was advised to try Foley's Honey and Tar, Com- home after a visit of three "months pound. TJio first bottle gave her so to Iicii sister, Mrs. 0. F. Baxter, jf much relief that she continued using Louisville. Mr. John Gamboe sold o Hamilit and three bottles effected nipeima-ne- nt cure." Mr. W. S. Bailey says ton, of Winchester; 2 hogs, weight 110 pounds, foru cents per. pound. he is prepared to answer all inquirMr. Jas. Abner sold to Mr. Cliar-l- y ies prompt!;. Todd twi fat' cows for 4 cents pei by AU'Druggists. Forsale ss -1 at-la- ck The Scape-Go- at CARDS Long live the Scape-goon land or on sea. Who shoulders the Jninlcn of life AftDHEW H. HAMPTON, Jr., . .brave and free Attorney-at-LaAnd silently struggles across thf green sod Fraternity iHiWmf To bear off the sins of. his brotlier.- KwtMky. Winchester, to God And does not complain to life's bitter end PENDLETON, BUSH 4 IIMH While suffering alone for some cowat P8PP0J11 w ardly friend. i AttBnwys-at-La- w 5th Floor McEidowney Winchester, M. STEVENSON Attsnwy-at-Uiv- The heart and the soul of the scape- goat are bright Ami never retreats in the mid.t of tho fight; J. But onward through sorrow and sin every day Ky. '' He marches along his imperial way. 60 S. Main St. WftKlMtfav With brain and broad shoulders to carry the load E. E. L00MIS Imposed by Dame Nature on lifc' Aupf Imumm rugged road. ipound. He carries the secret of home and of jfrrMniif nr BftJftaMaW nesday 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 oi its SPRING SEASON NEW CREATIONS Consisting ot Suits, Coats, Dresses, Skirts Waists, Petticoats, and Hats 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. , Mr. John Crow and Miss Pattie Aldridge were married at the resi Shorthand taught by Miss Grace dence of the bride's father, Mr Joe Thoroughness guaranteed. Aldridge, by Rev. M. P. Lowrey, FebCoyle. Owing to the inclement Call at J. M. Stevenson's Law Office. ruary 21. weather, there was only a small immediately alter erowti present. the ceremony, the happy couple went JACKSON FERRY to the home of the groom's father, where a bounteous supper awaited Mr Wm. Gravett bought of John them. We extend congratulations. of John Conkwright, a horse; price unknown. Clayton Gravett bought a pair of mules from Connie Gaines; price unknown. Mr. Walter Aldridge sold some Quickest Dandruff .Cure World Has fodder to Connie Gaines at 15 cents Ever Known. t per shock. Mr. and Mrs. Ura Haggard spent If you want to get nd of dandruff Thursday with parents, Mrand Mrs: in the shortest possible time get a Wm. Gravett. Lbottlo of PARISIAN SAGE today were' and use it. Mr. and Mrs- - Walker-Wilso- n the pleasant guests of Mr. and 'Mrs. Besides banishing dandruff and Jesse Thompson, las$ week. making scalp immaculately Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gosser visited clean, PARISIAN SAGE is guarantheir parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abb teed to stop falling hair and itchShearer, the past week ing scalp and impart life and beauty Mess Kate Jordan- - visited friends to the iiair. and relatives; of Hunt. One of Rochester's most promiSHORTHAND tf) state, And even the crimes of the weak and the great Are piled on hi; shoulders to carry along Because he is silent and splendid and strong. This man of true courage without crooked coat The victim of ages, the destined e- scape-goat DR. M. IL MYKRS, ' PEHT1ST. WINHMTR. KY. 1 51 ! BLACKSMITHINe. John A. Joyce.' ARRESTS When you want good horacslniMg or any kind cf repair work, deafc TO BE MADE forget that we do. all loads, of that is done in a first-IN ROBBERY CASES smith shop. ReasoaaWe ariate: al work guaranteed. Your patrailjn" el -- .a ;1 Continuation of Epidemic of Holdups solicited. T. 31. Domigan, is Accompanied by Report That Winn avenue, oppoaite-- D. S. Gajfc Detective Have Closed Net Around wareaonse. m Perpetrators. New York, Feb. 2C The continu- is BE SURE TO VISIT OUR STORE .1 61 South Main JtA1-5-- Street " Both phones 364 J1-? BUILDING, WINCHJESTERY, : nent "barbers writes: Gentlemen: "I am a barber of fifteen years experience, have uotd many things, for hair but never found- anything equal to PARISIAN SAGE T. 1). for the last" three, years." Smith, Chamber o Commerce Bldg., Rochester, N. Y. June 27, 1911. FOR SALE PARISIAN SAGE is sold by Pril-li125f Brown Lezhorn pullets, and Drag Store, and druggists everyhens, only 75 cejlts each. Will 'sell cents.-where for.-5-0 less than the whole number. 4Some registered Duroc, Jetsey TOM COWAN sots, gilts, or pigs; priced low. Tom Cowan, 4he popular barber, is Some large Narragansett toms, $1 each. . , back at his stand in the McEidowney Aspinwall Potato.Planter in good Building 'and .is now ready o sarve Ma'old friends and cusioBMrs wheie . condition; cheap. . will iWaya get prompt, sad 450 Maple stre class service. V money. forget us when in need of ccrn and oats. We handle the best the market affords and SeR on .a very close margin. J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. Don't- - ps s ' ja -- ation of the epidemic of robberies and holdups in this city, was accompanied by reports Sunday that Deputy Polic Commissioner Dougherty and the detectives, had closed a net around the perpetrator of the sensational $25,000 taxicab robbery and that arrests would be made in forty- eight hours. The five men who held up a taxicab occupied by two bank messengers in the hart of the financial district, have now been at large ten days. Two additional holdups to the long list occurred Sunday whose victims were both iblackjacked. William C. Burke, a piano tuner, was set upon by three men in the Bronx early Sunday morning, knocked unconscious and robbed of $15. passing James Powers, wlrile through a small east side park, met a similar fate from a lone highway man, who, however, was frightened Powers a"way 'before, he seeured Notch COL take ot tmii m M ft k. . C.H imtm SOLC OOCNTliU. torn 2-T--le f - - Vi .Sjr i1 tM i . rl Iiv:P J,.. ' K..-lMlliraiCDay ' ' iimiiii .t 1 iv, I -- . (. .. -- - AND - . . t m . I I 1 mini no mm in rriirii u i iinimi i tin uiium GENEROUS OFFER would iTC much to Winchester and I will subscribe one hundred dollars toward 'buying from Winchester to the right-of-wline of Estill county. I am poor the and needy, but I feel like doing that Winchester, Ky., Fcbv2G. much for Winchester and Clark crunty, and believe less than twenty;-fivo the Editor of Tlie .News: thousand dollars will buy the, j There has4 been great agitation Now, if we want it. aBDDcerning the double tracking of the , go after it" mu & railroad between Pans and lets Yours for Winchester, v lncfiester and the extension of the right-of-way. to IrvineN. from Winche.-ifour, I have always been for all in- FURS!!! FURS!! FURS! Arnal improvement. I trill vote ow or anvtime for any improvement Will pay you. the Highest Cash int will give one hundred men ten iys' work, or ten men one hundred Prices for youKFurs. J. W. fflSEL ivs' work. 'Twas Franklin, 1 ibe- - L Bridge Junk Shop, 8eve, who said: "If you want a thing No. 23 North Maple st. fone, send; if ycu want it done right. East Tennessee Phone 215, Horn & er - II. D. COLERANE: t JJbw I believe the extension of the Phone 596. ll-18-4- Ik: Si ENAMEL WARE SALE We wish to call your attention to the fact that this sale TWO MORE DAYS will only-la- st Wednesday Thirty-Tw- o 12-q- t. 6 Thursday NOTE OUR LOW PRICES Cents -- 32c 32c Doable Roasters, regular 50c value 1 - 32c Handled Foot Tubs, worth 50c Covered Berlin Kettles, with bail, worth 50c. 32c Preserving Kettles with wood handled bail, . 32c worth 65c Rol Edge Dish Pan, worth 75c These goods are now on exhibition in our windows and can not last long at this price. You had better act quick if you want an?y. We deliver in the city. This price is for cash only. If you can't come phone 360. Grubbs & Benton Winchester, Ky. Cor. Main & Broadway AGENTS FOR VULCAN PLOWS 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 our service you should have. Call our manager for full information. EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATES) Oxy-Acetyli- Welding Of Automobile Parts. ne I Have installed a Modern Welding and Cutting Outfit Specially Adapted to Welding Automobile Parts such' as cylinders, crank cases and all other Darts of Automobiles. Milling Machinery, Farm Machinery, Gas engines, Etc. We weld all metals with the anathey are as strong or stronger than new. guaranteed. . Oxy-Acetyli- ne Torch All work' CHAS. HAGAN, Machine and Repair Works, Corner Broadway and Highland The Scholastics defeated the ,Au; EGGS FOR SALE from pure Rhode CLASSIFIED AIVERTISCMIMTI ditorium team 'In a;, close game of Island Reds, or will book your or- le Mwnl ftr a afeMk CELEBRATION broom ball, Monday .night by a score ducted at the residence, 220 Wet-- t 75 cents It a wirt fir Hrw mmmNm P-der for later delivery. of 1 to 0. (High street, Wednesday afternoon ' MrtlfM. .. per setting of, 15 . ejigs. .Claude at 2:30 o'clock, by his pastor, Dr. J. jScobee, 25 Alabama street, Home, Vit. a wart far aaat aMMaaat ft Tzr-1n.1 - .whn Xf Tirtlrlc fl nn W. Porter. Tli ri Burial in the Lexington 7 sartfea. fphone 70S. nnu , man nui;u. i .jtr fls traveiU!r. salesman fdr cemetery.. '.'' ' IBs a want T V Vlr. Malh.s. nharlK Irvmii Walker, nf KharS- - Swift & Co., is at hame lor a few FfR SALE 100 extra; nice Rhode cattarai InaarUaaa, la I da vs. Don't forget that( tickets are, ..on. 1'Island Red pallets and cockrels. I '. .r- " I 1 O. ft 'Ufk wiaiio Unnnn lull, w u., niio tllrltr nawnii sale for the Skovgaard Concert at 1 -- d . Home phone 813-REAL ESTATE Strode's Dm? Store. Feb. 27. With band Macon, 6a., playing "Dixie," with the red flare far In Wante1 to rent a house, centrally! Don't forget that tickets are on of torches on Weir races toons oi locate,i; seven"- or more rooms, gas "sale "for the Skovgaard Concert at Confederate Veterans and tlie Con- - and bath. Strode's Drug Store. TRACY ANO STOKELY A federate Vetraus of iMacon Friday Wanted to buy V farm of 25 to 50 On account of being transferred to night with a big parade and rally acres; improved, within 0 miles oi SGHOBERTH IS ILL AND Louisville, I will offer at public sale, A BARGAIN. iCharles Ir-- (own paid tribute to Brigadier on Onaries-tont. C. !Por Rent 7 room house on Col vine Walker, ot If said at once; house of 4 rooaru; DOCTORS FEAR TYPHOID Commander-in-Chio the United lege street; close to street car line" SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1912 lot 50x150; cistern gas, outbuilding, Confederate Veterans: It .was a Only $20 a month. rents at $10 per month ; here is fitting demonstration to the head o For Bent 7 room cottage; new, He Has Made No Announcement of at 2o'cloek, p. m., at my residence chance to net 10 per cent on your a .great organization and General clean; bath and gas; sink in kitchen; 215 Bums avenue, my household and investment. Walker appreciated it, as was evi- - suburbs; a bargain at $15. Change of His Plain to Run For kitchen furniture, consisting 'of the Office in McEldowney Building deeende bv a stirrinsr address made For Rent A large commodious following: BOTH PHONES Congress. later at the City Auditorium. brick house; bath and gas; suburbs. 2 folding beds The streets were thronged wit Only $20. Versailles, Ky., Feb-- 27. Repre.T Jl plush couch. FOR RENT Residence and stori. 'Automobiles and carriage people. apart tentative Harrv A. Schoberth, . of. - 2 druggets. Rent Two For W. P. Hieatt. flanked 'the line of march up Cherry ments; centrally, located; one $10, Woodford county, who last week an 2 center tables. v . street from the Chamber of Com the other $13. nounced as a candidate for the Dem 1 dresser. SALESMAN WANTED To look'at- mcree. Cheer after cheer rent the For Sale a cottage of 4 rooms; ocratic nomination for Congressman 1 wash stand. ter our interest in Clark and a'is, air as sons of men who wore the gra gas; on Pendleton street. Only $050 from 7 rockers. the Seventh District, agaiust jacent counties. Salary or coibhhs-sconnssed bv. bcariiiff flaminsr red For Sale Cottage of 3 rooms; Congressman J. Campbell Cantrill, is 1 white iron bed. Address Lincoln Oil Coa torches. plastered; 10 foot ceiling; stable; ill at a local hospital, and his phy 1 settee. ny, Cleveland, O. The sneaking at the auditorinm eorner lot. $700. 1 dining table. sicians fear typhoid fever will devel of was. held under "the auspices For Sale Nice residence; South op, as his symptoms point .to that WANTED I want to rent a 6 or-5 pair lace curtains.',-Thomas Hademnn Camp U. S. C $3,000. Main street; 7 rooms. room cottage, centrally loeatw,, 1 refrigerator. disease. and the whole affair was in the na For Sale Comparatively new res- with modern conveniences. Apjtffj 10 chairs Late Monday night M. Schoberth ture of a "booster" rally. Thi dence on French avenue. $3,600. was resting well, but bad given out A" to A. Feld. 41 yards of matting . camp is trying to raise its member For Sale 210 acre farm; well no statement relative to .his candi 5 rugs. ship to 1,000 and from all indications located in fine bluegrass section; ROOMS FOR RENT Apply at.l3l i 5 window shades. dacy for Congressman. the effort, will be crowned with suc improved; only $115 per acre. One College street, or call Home photle Attending physicians reported his 4 screen doors. cess, as new members are being add lf railroad. 341. mile from md one-haftempelroture fait one ttime Monday 1 gas cook, stove. id daily. 150 225 acre farm, for rent. Kitchen utensils. 104 degrees and said he probably as, FOR RENT My old house of ten General "Walker arrived at Macon acres for corn; 50 for oats; 25 for 2 kitchen tables. would be confined to his bed two" or rooms on Maple street. Apply (o 11:15 o'clock over the Georgia at rass. Price low. 1 Bissells Carpet Sweeper (new.) three weeks. A.J.Earp. railroad and was met at the depot by JOHN M WHEELER. Despite his serious illness, at this An many other articles too num delegation from the general reun Maple street time, within three weeks of the time erous to mention. tlome Phone 688 or 450 FOR SALE er EXCHAN6-E-f br ion committee composed of W. T. set for the Democratic Congression down town property, or faraiy? C.V.BRIDWELL Anderion, Col. R. A. Nesbit, J. al primary, friends of Mr. Scho nice 7 room house with water, MU?, Wilcox and Major J. A. Thomas. Hr CHURCH OF CHRIST Terms cash. berth Monday declared he would not meat house, nice barn, plenty ffjljl was taken to the Hotel Lanier anc withdraw from the race, even should and three extra lots. Todd-BtM- , E. E Loomis, auctioneer. Elder J. W Harding will preach he,' not recover in time to push his ;it luncheon was the guest of Mrs V W. D. Lamar. President Georgia m- at the Church of Christ Sunday candidacy. of the United Daughters of the VIar,ch 3, at the usual hours. vision Early symptoms in Mr. Scho-berth- 's F0H REFIT Four or .five roorasy giis Cnnfedaracv. Several ladies identi illness were those of and cistern. Home phone 66, nf fHE SOUND SLEEP fied wifh the Reunion Work were ask uano hf. r mini physicians Monday disbut the apply at No. 116 North HighlfWfl. cd bv Mrs. Lamar to be present witl OF GOOD HEALTH pelled all fear of that and said ' ?f ccarr n, accompanying Genera alone is now fearedTUtrflMHl fever Woii-ei- nnd manv tonics attendant fs.not for those j6tifering from kid- WANTED Young men vantug'1 upon the work of the ladies were dis musical education at very; 'jUrM ley" ailments and irregularities. Ihc forget that tickets arc on Don't cussed. cost should join Modern ToqdtajlB irompt use of Foley Kidney ; Pills sale for the Skovgaard Concert at General Walkei vill dispel backache and rheuma In the afternoon of America Band' and Orchesi'. Strode's Drug Store. '?. Central City Park and' rism, heal and strengthen sore, weak For particulars apply . Gio.jB', was taken to the encampment was gone ind ailing kidneys, restore norma; Barnes' Mackie, director, at the site of him- TABLES RAILROAD over. Geueral Walker expressed or Dr. E. R. Bush, president, iction, and with it health and miiiiiti pleased with everything strength. Fraternity Building. iclf as much Mrs. M. F. Spalsbury, t, Tie ' vemained two Sterling, 111., says: "I suffered great WHICH 1 LEXINGTON AND EASTERN "" FOR SALE The Big Run Csata davs in Macon. lain in my back and kidneys, could RAILWAY COMPANY Accnm X WKtm, Famtn best on the market; yards on lot sleep at night, and could not TrMtn mm- Broadway. Oark County .Gcni No. 11 No. 3 raise my hands over my head. But HOW COLD AFFECTS tf strnction Company. Daily jDaily WESTBOUNT two bottles of Foley Kidney Pills Ctfecftot a. m.1 to.to. THE KIDNEYS. ured me. Foley Kidney Pills bave Lv. Quicksand, Ky. I1-25- I kidney.-- ny heartiest endorsement." Avoid taking cold if your 5:051 150 Jackson, Ky. .. For Sala by All Druggists. . Cold congests th( Cepltal and Surplus arc sensitive. 5d0 157 O. & K. Junction I 1030 kidneys, throws too (much work upon Athol, Ky At Hunt, Kentucky, Clark county, Don't forget that tickets arc on Beattvville Juct .. 425 10-0- 4 them, and weakens their action, be 6 miles from Winchester, 'on goml Skovgaard Concert at I 4:04 9:44 Torrent. Ky ever sale for the kidney trouble and rious pike and in neighborhood of very Camoton. Juct., ..1 6:43 330. kj H w v j rm Q fore.. ' - -result. disease . may SrieM'9 710 4:05 best 'graded schools, a most deari- Clay City, Ky. Strengthen your kidneys, get rid of 4.37 L. & E. Junction . . 751 ble business property, consisting of OF the oain and soreness, build ibhem uj 'Vnchester, Ky. .. 8:05 storeroom, stock of goods; 2 nice Ar. Lexington, Ky. .. 850 535 bv the timely use of Foley Kidnej dwellings, blacksmith' shop, 2 large VETERANS PASSES Pills- - They will cure any case ot gardens, in all about 2 acres of land. No. 2 J No. 4 kidnev or bladder trouble not beyond Will sell at a bargain if. taJten at I Dailyf Dailj EASTBOUND medicine. No medicine ,a.m. once. See G. M. Glenn on the premALL THIS WEEK Preston ti. Eastin, nf Lexington, do more. can ; ises, or Lv. Lexington, Ky . . . 1:35 72( .' '. 'For Sale by All Druggists Winchester, Ky. . . .2:17 8:03 of Pneumonia at The Good Dies TODD BROS., L. & E. Junction . . 235 8:18 "THEWHEELER SISTERS 0 MEETING 3:05 STOCKHOLDERS' Clay City, Ky. Samaritan Hospital. Home phone 472. Winchester, Ky. 9:27 3:47 Campton Juct. H . .... . 625 312 Torrent, Ky. .t Feb. 27. Mr. Ky. Lexington, A meeting of the stockholders of Beattyville Juct. Ky 6:03 2:51 Clark County Fish and Game Preston JH. Eastin, of this city, Conthe ft 35 2:22 Athol, Ky Club is called for the (Peoples Bank, federate soldier, business man and 11057 O. & K. Junction gentleman of wide acquain Saturday, the 2nd day of March, 5:25 11:05 Jackson, Ky.. . STROTHMI 11-2- 5 1912. at 10 o'clock, a. m r. Quicksand, Ky. tance, died of pneumonia at the Good R. R. PERRY, President Samaritifn Hospital Monday night at OLD CONNECTION: . a a xj TTHnV. j Secretary. 830 o'clock. Mr Eastin, who was j Train No. 1- - will LEXINGTON born in Fayette (Jougty in 1845, was FIRE INSURANCE AJHI ' II & N. at ADVERTISED LETTERS' Augustine Eastin and make connection with the L. REAL ESTATE a son of Capt. Lexington for Louisville, Ky. No. his mother was 'before her marriage 6 Bie vauMVHif Acts b K tiles FfaonKy with the L. Adams, Robert Lee 3 will Miss Nancy Bryant. Cincinnati, O II A. M. Brown, For several years he was a student & N. at Winchester for &Gs9 Ollie . Holderman, JUNCTION Trains Nos. at Transylvania University and at CAMPTON 4 will make connection 1" Jv ' enter 2, 3 and Miss Gus Koontz, . . ... the outbreak of the .Civil War TUESDAY NIGHT Push, H, K. A army under, Geh. anfl from Campt0n. ed the Conferedate , i Powell, Wash mm niHimAII m r j.u. U- John ri. Alorgan ai tne age ui tn xie otJ 1 1 T V I luc junuiiun xrama A Rovnen, W. H.. nroved to be a brave and fearless Nos. 1, 2 and 3 will make connection , R. T., Jr. Robinson, c" s.oldier.( He married Miss Laura wi awe . Taylor, Miss Nannie Chenault, of Madilon county in 1881 Q R JUiCT ON Train.-- . Nos. 2, O OOa Featherbone Coj'. n.:MM The Warren Mr. Eastin was interested in the g and 4 make connection with JOHN'g. WHITE, Postmaster. A? a. Ohio & Kentucky Railway for. Cannel I aaa aavamaaavaw a aat Bule Grass Fence 'Company. bbsi I v rr im-Mrifai r i? deacon of the First. Baptist church, City, Ky., aatt v. tea- - o"-p BUYS MULES CHARLES SCajT, to all as f r VuUllQlUll. uv :.:nMm Bli anaral Passaafar Aftrt. IB I 7 rilltlTTTT itrrAtLa.M.V. v ,a Mi --aiBHaarr palr' ' a devout Christian'. He leav,;es Clay McClure purchasJ SOCE tHWliU..-- ' David Eastin. ' , wife and SUISCIHIE FOR THE HEWS. aawaiii mules Monday fof$350. imu i. ?;t,r :' PflOLTW EGGS.! HASSVED COLUMN i t Mvfet 1 riu , ur W wi"W tM A. -tf r , PUBLIC SALE! , ef if . i . n. 4; 4i -if -tf Clark County National BANb t Qr-ce- ry Jilt m Wt :3 ll-jjft- Mill For Sale or Rent! 42 $350,000.00 i,a'k ... 0 M 1 I ' I p ... ... I Iirarelu IBIGSMCOMPANri. RELIABLE il I II 1 make-connectio- n ur . -- t;W. , I I Broken . B(jarfA 1 u I II in on m ii tt-ow-n j - I in . WlaaTrWkk mm onot). . A?i..:..i... . iTT : ....... ii 's ' " J ffmiatMwAiii' m 'trmMUet T Itllalirili lil IWft .lain laiafaal hi "ifiiiTilfBii