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""3 LAST EDITION i'ill VOLUME 7; Ms. ..-KTITTTTI . . , , - - H. - m mM WINCHESTER NEWS WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1912 WEATHOI Fair and Cottar Tmrsaay III. ! 2 CENTS A COPY; II CENTS A WEEK 1 f el L i- - a measure which, if adopted, will cd drouth it remained green when ROOSEVELT SCOBERTH CJUKDACY UPHOLDS. prevent the necessity for the rcca'l grass was dead and brown.. MARKABLE of judges. I am .not advocating the Governor The "Boss Farmer." tiHui roiiiirrnrvr COLUMBOS PLATFORM IH HANDS OF FfitNOS recall of the judge, but the recall of When Mr Barton had finished hi s legalism to justice-WantGovernor James B. McCreary aprrr1' J.K , I0NARY mounted the ros- Stands by His Speech to Ohio peared and as he People To Speak Weedfera Representative ami Cm. Two Conventions Held 'And Both "All I advocate is giving the peotrum he was given a cordial welcome. Convention and Ex- ple the right to put their opinion ingressicnal Aspirant is Likely to Elect Officers And Members of The Governor was introduced "by Dr. Royal J. Dye Will Speak at The Commissioner Newman as the "Boss to practical effect as a part of the plains His judicial Recall Idea. Escape Attack af Typhoid. Board of Agriculture. i state law, if the state court declines Farmer of the Commonwealth." first Christian Church en Wed: Boston, Mass., Feb. 28. Standing to follow the example of the Supreme Versailles, Ky., Feb., 28. Report CEREMONIES (Special) in the Assembly chamber of the Mas- Court ; declines to adhere to doctrine Tuesday night from the bedside of Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 28. The OF sachusetts capitol Monday, Ccluuei ; thus laid down by Justice Holmes, a Kqircsontative'Harry A. Schobcrth, State Farmers' Institute got .into a GENEROSITY .DrRoyal J. Dye, returned mission.Theodore RoosoveK explainod and doetrine which now is part of the who is ill at a local hospital, were ary irom Bolcugc, Africa, will speak Mark Laying of Corner Stone of row Tuesday that resulted in the emphasized his new project for lie 'aw of the nation. If the courts had that Mr. Schoberth's condition was withdrawal of President T- - J. Bigger-staf- f, a t th e First Christian church Wed- Winchester's New Government MANAGERS limited recall of judicial decisions. lived up to the doctrine which is laid . materially improved during the day, of ML Sterling, and his friends Be.Sday night at 7:15 o'clock, and the f Colonel Roosevelt struck out boldly down .by Justice Holmes, none of the and his physicians said he might Building on Wednesday Afternoon. from the convention and two instituhouse should be crowded. of which I have complain- - j cape typhoid" fever, which, it was an-9- d and replied to those who have crittes were held, the regular meeting 4Dr Dye is a most remarkable man could have' been made and there nounced Monday, jnight develop In a haze of glory the cornerstone being called to order in the Federal Messrs. Bloomfield & RatKff Make icised his plan. . mdnm? and his story of that dark continent-imntnmc ;.. lUC of Winchester's ' new government Court room by Commissioner of Ag''Our system of government is r. a cum nave 'Decn no need ot advo-- - a o from f .u most interesting and thrilling. Liberal Donation to Associated ccnu-ssebuilding was laid Wednesday after- riculture J. W. Newman and the rump failure," H said, "lui'.i.'isi caiing this measure. But taking :uy at that time. When he first went among these noon under the auspices of the Ma meeting Mr. Schoberth's temperature was Charities When Receipts Show a tie pc.ple are to be trusted to ;pv-el-- n own state, the Court of Appeals of by President T. J. Biggstaff tribes of Africa, they were the worst sonic Lodge. New York, in the workingman's lower Institute, in themselves." of the State Farmers' than on Monday, while other Loss. fjpeof savages and cannibals; had The ceremony was witnessed by the Frankfort opera house. Colonel Roosevelt's visit to the compensation, referred in their opin- symptoms led the physician iii ab'Written language and no religion arge crowds from every available After ion of .this very decision quoted and charge of his case to believe a siege Each body elected members of the The directors of the, Associated State house was unexpected. , ana .were entirely, devoid of morals sp.it 'hat furnished a "3v. Tae appearing in the House he went to refused to follow it. of typhoid fever to avoided. It is Board of Agriculture, Forostry Charities ad. spirituality. Dr. Dye has now windows of the McEldowney' Biuld-in- g StateImmigration for the Fourth and attend thewish to thank those who the Senate chamber and spoke brief"The Supreme Court held one view, believed that unless new complica'- and Auditorium ,on Tuesday, constructed for them a written and the Court House were filled Sixth Appellate Districts, and ap as the proceeds from the two skating ly In both instances he was receiv- the Court of Appeals of the state j tions arise in his illness, Mr. Scho- and has printed, in that lan- with eager spectators. The fops f bertli may oe up in a week or ten pointed committees on Credentials, sessions were to be given to that or- - ed cordially, although no (prolonged took the other view, and all I ask guage, arithmetic, readers, spellerSj. other nearby buildings also furnish" applause during his speech. At the that the people themselves, in such days. Legislation and Resolutions. , ganziation. add. other school books, and is fast ed place of vantage for eager witcases, shall be given a chance tp deoutset, Colonel Roosevelt declared: There were no signs of a revolt letHis candidacy for the Democratic The following ' gWrffJ to this benighted race an ed- nesses. "I know you expect me to speak clare whether they will stand by the nomination for Congressman against when 'Commissioner Newman rapped ter has been received by "the' Secreucation and insight into the higher The Masonic Lodge formed a ra- - for order shortly after 11 o'clock, tary, Miss today, telling you just what I think Supreme Court of the nation, when Congressman J. Campbell CantriH, i Sue Peddicord. order of things. it stands for human rights, or i v said to now be in the hands of hu ade in front of the Fraternity and the walk-odid not take place Winchester, Ky., Feb. 27, 112. and believe," He continued: "ttlfcre was no church or mission- Building at 2:30 and marched south "We of today, if worthy of en- the chief court of their own state friends, and no action is said to have until after the Rev. Roger T Nooe, Miss Peddicord: ary, when he went there thirteen on Main to Fairfax; east on Fair of the Frankfort Christian church, when it stands against humaoirights. been taken toward his withdrawal You will find our check; enclosed deavoring to lead the people aright, years ago, but today his church num- fax to Highland, where they were delivered "If that is a' revolution, make Ihe from the race. the invocation., for $8.'05. This seems small, but must be doing our part to secure sobers nearly 2000, and the tabernacle joined by the children of the city most of it. How the Trouble Started Monday and Tuesday nights were the cial and industrial justice through is practically filled at every sen-ice- . ehools. The parade then marched "Some people speak as if there As soon as the Re'vMr. Nooe had smallest crowds we have had. Guess genuine popular rule. His Bible school has an average at- south on Highland to Hickman; west tnken his seat President Biggstaff MARKETS were some peculiar sancity in a juFavors Direct Nomination it was due to the show at Opera tendance of from 1200 to 1500 every on Hickman to (Main; north on Main arose and addressing the chair, "I behave in. general popular ru'.e.; dicial opinion. Very well. In which House. In this cheek we donate $3 Sunday, and now these men are to- to Broadway; west on Broadway to direct opinion? Which is the sacred opit.-ioI favor direct nominations, Cincinnati, Feb. 27. Cattle Marsaid : differas our expenses exceeded the day' most .devout Christians, and out Wall street and to the Government The decision of the Supremo ket active and strong to 10c higher; "Do you propose to preside at thk ence and shows a net loss to us of .primaries, including direct perfei-enci- al of their scant earnings support 17G aiding. i Tf f!fi!iV presidential primaries, not 'in Court of the decision of a state court shippers choice to extra meeting iu place of the regularly the above amount. We are sorry it native .missionaries and are sending The Grand Chaplin Rev! Frank B. elected president of the Kentucky ly for looal. but State delegate: butcher steers, extra $6.23 lJhat conflicts with it" They cann.it tie gospel into the darkest swamps Wentworth' offered prayer, invoking State Farmers' Institute," to which was not more. Yours truly, believe in the adoption of wisely do ui tie sacrca anu i uoia iuuv in6.30, good to choice $5.25(36.15; d."jaagles of that dark continent. divine blesing on the ceremonies. the in- decision that liolds for human right- common to fair $4.35o.l5; heifers, chosen devices, under'-whic- h Commissioner Newman replied: BLOOMFIELD & RATLIFF, TJey care indeed setting their white To the patriotic strain of "Amer extra $5.6o6; good to choice'$l75 no president to preside "There Managers Auditorium. itiative and referendum can be used is sacred." (lifU'ern in America, and elsewhere ica," as snug by nnndred or senooi not as a substitute for a representa(a'5'60, common to fair $34.59; until one is selected." an example in missionary giving and children, the cornerstone was then tive government, but to make reprecows, extra $4.6o5, good to choice No sooner had the Commissioner SLAUGHTER HOUSE AND BODIES OF LITTLE sacrifice that they would do well to laid. The exact time was 3:15. sentative government geninuoly rep- spoken than the march to the opera $4.254.60, common to fair $1.75 FOUR ACRES OF LAND emulate.'' Iu the ?itone were placed the latest house started le&er.tative; to sec it corrected if it $4, canners $1.502.75; buHs scn.ve President BiggstnlT ONES IN RUNS 7 ifa .Dye's story jsmost interesting copies of the Winchester News', Sunmisrepresenfative- leading the way, followed by some and strong; bolognas $4.255, extra Tracy & Stokely, agents for W. becomes ..1 5 Sentinel and Democrat, and a copper twenty-fiv- e can and entrancing ana au ; "And I wishjto say a few delegates and others. $5.105.25, fat bulls $5.V.'; T.y Gilbert, sold his slaughter house shttuld'hear him Wednesday night as plate, bearing the names of those inon the proposition of giv milch cows, good steady, common. regular institute and four acres of land situated on The work of the Mass of Charred Debris is Too Hot trumental in securing the buildin; was then taken up in earnest, Mayevery body is invited. ing to the people in the last resort I Calves 'Market active and strong Muddy Creek pike, just outside for Winchester, of the officials o or J. II. tPolsgrove delivering the wel- the To Permit The Recovery of to 25c higher; extra $9.73, fair to the interpretation of the constitution the city limits, io D." S. Haggard, the lodge and of the members.. is simple. It is that if L good $89.50, comomn and large come address, followed by Hon- - M. Road Supervisor for Clark county, My Corpses of the Victims. Eminent Comamndcr Joe E. Past NGER SALE the q oople know enough to make the county, $4.508.73. J. Hennessey, of Bracken for $1800 cash. Walt, of'Cynrhiana, assisted in the-- who sarcastically they know enough in in closing his Hogs Market active; packers Feb. 28. AlLexington, Ky., Mr: Gilbert will conduct a slaugh cons itution, ceremonv. From a cable over thr. resort to say what it was though the mass of charred and and butchers 15c higher, light shipresponse : house at the old brick kiln propr the list ter WELL ATTENDED speakers' platform was suspended a "I am glad to ses the Farmers' In erty on the L. & N. railroad. that they meant when they made it. crumbling ruins of the Colored Or- pers 1320c higher; pigs 10c highUnited States flag, wliw'j large "I wish to call attention to the phans' Home, on the Georgetown er; selected heavy hogs $6.55fr6o, stitute taken out of politics and I am waved gracefully during the cere cntiiely different character of the pike, at the end of the city limits, good to choice packers and butchers glad to see the politicians leave the monies. National and State constitutions. In was still too hot to permit an in- $G.606.65, mixed packers $6.50 institute." OF FIRST Crowd Present And Prices Re Fair The. program was carried out as we deal the national Regulars Elect Officers. vestigation late Tuesday afternoon, 6.60, stags $33.25, common to calved Are Good Ones, as Report-s- i follows : with an instrument designed to deThe regular institute elected Hon. the three little girls who were miss- choice heavy fat sows $4.255.90, Song "America," by School Chil-?J. R. Zimmerman, of Bullitt county, by Auctioneer H. R. Watts. BIG OPENING fine the limits of power between na ed after the other thirty-on- e children light sihppers $5.806.50; pigs (10 tion and states. As regards the napresident; Charles Man-in-, of Scott, had been taken from the burning lbs and less- - $4253.73. Prayer Grand Chaplain, Rev'j Coletional constitution, there must be building, were unaccounted for and county, vice president; Jack extra $3.63 Sheep 'Steady, . The sale of Mx. Griustead Kissin Frank B. Wentworth. somebody capable of deciding what man, of Carroll county, second vice ger, on the Ironworks pike, 5 2 perished in the $3.73, good to choice $3.253.60, Laying of Corner Stone by Grand Winchester Cloak And Suit Com these limits are, when wo come to undoubtedly they president and Harry McCarty, of Of tmles from the city, Tuesday after- which destroyed their sleep- common to fair $1.253, yearlings David Jackson and cere Master conflicting flames Nicholasville, seci otary. pany is a Great Success, And discuss relative claims of $4.255.23. attended by a large crowd monies incident thereto. wafc ing quarters. sovereignties, each sovereign iu its three-stor- y Lambs Steady; extra $6.75(36.85 Rump Convention Elects the following prices were report and Nothing was left of the Music Selected, Woodmen Band. Store is Crowded All Day. own aphere. the The rump convention ed by Auctioneer H. R. Watts: walls and good to choice $6'156.65, common brick building except the Address Grand Master Jackson. State Constitutions Different old officers of the institute as folJersey cow, $35. charred pieces of heavy frame work to fair $4.236, culls $3(33.50. Wednesday was the first day of Song "Star Spangled Banner," "The state constitutions has nothlows: $28" Heifer, and enough fire still remained within the spring opening at the WinchesSchool Children. ing analogous so that there is no T. J. Biggstaff, .Mt. Sterling, presiem cow, $38. Hoist prevent a search for ter Cloak and Suit Company's store, Address Hon. Charles M. Harris. conflicting the walls to TOO LATE TO CUSSfY dent; C. M- - Barnett, Hartford, first and a large, crowd was present all question in a state of any calf, $28. Jersey heifer and the bodies of the three unfortunate Music Selected, Woodmen aBnd. sovereignity. There is only one sovrice president; W. T. Chilton, Camp- day. harness mare, $130, negro girls, who perished, Address Hon. John M. Stevenson. ,: of the little ereignity, the sovereignity bellsburg, second vice president; Eight-year-owork mare, $12S THE LYRIC probably without ever awakening. The attractive stock was well disMusic Woodmen Band. sovereigns John C. Blair, Carlisle, third vice played, and the interior o the store people. You are not the , (Mountain ewes, $3 per head. The children were Sallie 'Howard, s Benediction Rev. Leonadis Robneither is the executive; neither is Miss Helen Gardner (Becky Sharp president; J. S. Cassidy, Inez, treas presented a gala appearance. Turkey hens and gobblers, $3.30 inson. years old; Siranda Lee Mason, 9 -x it .. 1 1 1. 3I i!:c judiciary. All three possess powurer; P. M. Shy, (Paris, rccrctrry. anity r air; takes me ieua m hyC. 'Mason, 4 in per head. years old, and Mattie Beautiful double buttercups, D. S. Hagagrd, Master of Ceredelegated by the people, but not. ers of the In Upon the - Hens, 60 cents to 75 cents; Pekin years old, the parents of all of, whom "Girl and The Sheriff (Vitagraph) acinths, and sacred lilies were premonies. (Vita-graph- .) stitute at 2 o'clock in the afternoon sented to the ladies who called, and parted with, whereas in the nationnl formerly lived in Lexington. Suffer Little Children. ducks, SO cents, and geese, 80 cents the legislative branch Hon. E. E- Barton," of Falmouth, de this courtesy will continue (through constitution Firemen Are Injured per-heahas no power save that which is ex- -. (Selig.) hvered an interesting address on Thursday.. PERRY BUILDING SOLD The Bootlegger It was learned Tuesday that Capt. Pressl' '?ranted D" e constitution. Jack Slaven and Harry W. Schaeffer, "The Value of Sweet Clover." He This w a feature programme, so A cordial uivitation is xtended 'Under the state constitution the said he had a field that has been by Manager Domb to the public to MCOENTAL SHOOTING TO J. W. members of the fire department, and dont' miss it. legislative body has all power that Matinee everyday, 2:30 and 3:30. worn, from years of cultivation in visit the establishment. William Walker, 10 years old, an in is not foibidden by the constitution. com and tobacco, and that it was in Don't fail to spend one hour atf the IN PROFIT RESTAURAN mate of the home, were painfully Handsome Business House Occupied next to impossible to get a stand of "In the last resort, the people affirst jured during the fire. Firemen Slav Lyric tonight. You can see the NEW MANAGER. by Pafrish, Bradley & Co., is Sold either grass or clover, but that sweet ter due deliberation must be the masshow and have plenty of time for the en and Schaeffer were caught under representatives! their For $12,500. .sclover made a good stand and grew Mf. A. G. Miller, of Eminence, Ky., ters and their Fttyi Profit Discharges Revolver, the timbers of a falling floor while other entertainments. 1 !v -- t luxuriantly. C. V.Bridwell as servants. is to succeed Mr. fighting the fire and had a narrow Withtut Waminf, And WilKe Em FOR SALE 50 extra nice Rhode IsWhat Roosevelt Advocates Mr. Barton said sweet clover wai Manager for Winchester and Clark Mr R. R. Perry sold Wednesday escape, both receiving minor injuriu any land Red cockrels. Home phone "There is nothing ignoble to Mr. J. W. !PoyiiJhis business the king of, the legume family, gath conntv for the East Tennessee Tel- flfeorson is 'Wounded. ies, and Shaeffer also received a deep .y avow813-property .01? Trie Comer of Wall ering and storing nitrogen in the soil in'.n:o Comnanv. He is copu'ar. man fit to be a public servant cut in the right wrist when smashing i Profit shot Willie Emmerson street and Cleveland avenue, known and rehabilitating tired fields. As a and thoronighly and will be ing that he is such. Abraham Lin- a window glass to enter the building. WANTED Small single room, with coln, in his first iuaugurat speech, in Profit's restaurant Tuesday night as "the Perry Building" for $12,500 producer of humus and a giver of en a'r.-'a ccrV'al welcome. The little Walker boy-- sustained a board in quiet, private family. ' spoke of his absolute responsibility ergy to soil bacteria it had no equal at' about 11.30 o'clock. Possession given at once. fractured collar bone when sliding Address "H", care of Winchester THE SKOVGAARD CONCERT f.The weapon used was a 38 ham This building was erected by Mr. and when planted was a tonic to tired down the ladder to escape from the x News, city. "Now in the measure I advocate which the Perry several years ago and is oae and wasted soils. The Skovgaard concert is to be serless Smith-Wesso- n, burning building. fioyi had been tampering with; and of the most substantial business Mr. Barton said a field well set in given at the 'home of Miss Mary in the method of securing the proper the shooting is reported to have been houses in the citj. It was leased for sweet clover would produce thirty Belle Field 'Miller on Wednesday interpretation of the constitutioa, Th Lm of Futile' Raacatity. inUHn aftaa BUta s accidental. by the firm ot tons per acre of ' green material, evening beginning promptly at 8 remember to take, what I say aad Wby do road ageats koM up ( a term of eltaWag appose to get osr." tag the meanest ollcjrf; not the headlines of the newspapers eoacfcesf Emmerson was leaning "his face Parrisb, Bradley & Co., who will con- - which, when plowed under, was o cloct. te performed In the, they get oaly stag creepier. Dean SHt This is a rare opportunity for .the purporting to tell what I say. I am "Bat dost a reat fertilizer and rcjuvenator hand,f and the ball pene- - tiniieAo occupy on r of the eitv. hot advocating recall of judges, .but 1 usic lovers and that during periods of protract .. the' hand, lodsine in the neck . leaser exoires. ? I MISS orsh'ouldcr. No probe for the bul- let has been made. Dr. Isaac Browne, who attended Emmerson, anticipates no serioHs re sults. RS'MITUTE riW it rwuwimi ' Y s , lan-gaa- ge ut uf $6.90; - , X. 1 word-specifica- lly KISS M n. 1-- ' ' Four-year-o- ld ld r- mlfU' , -tf 1 a r five-year- 1 'ifpil hisrbt st" . a"' 3m.. The ragtime jiiifle of the present day, the music of such pieces as "rvery Little .Movement" and "The lit-Swtk Main .Street, Merry Widow" waltz, and all such degenerate stuff ought to be barrel from public presentation ard the only way to iar sueh stuff is for an Daily, Except Sunday. aroused public sentimetft' to hiss it U Bfterea' as second-clas- s matter, fiom the stage. And if parents will' November 28, 1008, at the postoffice pay some attention to the books fai Winchester, Kentucky, under, lie which their daughters read and the 4JetofMarch3,1879.' plays which girl? and boys are per mitted' to attend the response o the Beth PJwnes 91. publishers and managers will be, prompt. They are in the thing as SUBSCRIPTION RATES: a matter of business and when their ly MaJL poaketbooks are hit they "holler." 4 CONFEDffltTE ' J HEWS. .... J iJIHEStE - j ' 1 JK WINCHESTER IPS Ml WM- 1.1 I- I - LL Amendtnant - dhe. dollar a year gun tax ahd forREMORSE eign hunters $15, came up as a special order. The sums 'derived from PASSES HOUSE this "tax are to 'be devoted to paying , jibe expenses of the commission and -BI- -- OVER T ! TESTIMONY ' JISE FOR SALE Having sold my business property and api going to move io the country, I will offer for sale my stockoj groceries and fixtures as a whole, until March 10th. If notsold 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; r. V ' m K Si r Biay, one year Six-- Months i i i i : i Om Month - Payable in Advance. MVERTISIlSt Okg $3.00 We wonder if the Winchester 1.50 working in con .25 parse snatchers are New York taxicab nection with the ' robbers. tATES: ., Um, aay aditioa Three Hmm, withia oaa week.. Oiie'week. eoatiBBOBily Om ealradar Uo., eontrnnoaily-foa- r weeks, 4 tinea a week. . . . Foar wccki, dim tint aa week. fc-H-i waaka, two liattn a weak. . tM LOO After the auuouncement that a clairvoyant had carried off thousands of dollars from credulous women in Louisville, the papers say that an investigation of the public 3.00 schools will be made. Why "not in2:40 I vestigate the fool killer, too? 1.80 L20 , A total of 17o,000 pounds of ' haeco were sold at the iScobec lio!ir-Per Um: Ifetlet prices roarwk.oi.etbawMk.... .75 "Tuesday afternoon at Most ofranu-eaufrom lo $3G- tbc aotus, V)dj typa...7o was of a lower grade than Par xaadinu, headin... 15a t?ceo week:- knn ewitiuaoua usarttoaa of same U,ose of last ac nfs FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! Per Wars: Das isaartioE, any editioa lo Will pay yon the Highest Cash Saraa insertions eontinnonsly .. 2a Prices for your Furs. Hack three additional insertions. a J. W. fflSEL fhtc calendar mo., continuously. .10o Bridge Junk Shop WotMng cuontf.d lesa than 16 ord& 23 North Maple st sNo. V.a itei eharjred oa hooki for East Tennessee Phone 215, Home CImsHM I ta at doable the oaa-a- ae rate. Uc tka CJE entc Phone 596'. imS ' PAPER RERBESEMTED'FCR abve. istNG bv he rOKCiG!! . . TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS " . .8' iPcrhaps there ara sonjc city subscribers who do not know that I have GENERAL. OFFICES UZW YORK AND CHICAGO jriven up the city circulation of the 6 RANCHES IN A Li. THE PRINCIPAL CITIES News. However, I am responsible for the circulation until February WHY THE LAND FARES ILL l.--t. There are some subscribers who have not paid to February 1st. A recent issue of "Life" para- The money is due R. R. and Goldie phrases one of the great ' poets ? Perry from me. A statement of the follows: circulation account must be made "111 fares the laud, to hastening March 1. Please arrange to pay Uls a prej', within the next back subscription Where Elinor Glyns accumulate few days. . And Dickenses decaj-.-" , W. H. MOORE. One of our exchanges, commenting ' on "Life's" little take-o- il says that some of those hastening ills" are the MILLIONS Of FOLKS I I m I 'Qfi J fc r, it rr:. Br. I.. 1 I ir rush for striking and conspicuous ONLYCASCARETS clothing by women instead of for eleJISE gance in attire; the vogue of quirk- time trashy jingles instead of real They Never Have Headache, Biliousmusic; the fondness for lavish exness, Sluggish Liver or Bowels or a penditure rather than a prudent conservation of money surplus; the de- . .Sick Liver, Sour Stomach cadence of sound religious principles into, carelessness about sacred. No odds how bad your liver, ;.. ach or bowels5 how much vour head rl,P ciriflnnlion f aches, how miserablevor uncomforta- business and profession life ratuer ,, ra fnrn 2n.h'nnf;nn than integrity and trustworthiness; gestion, biliousness and sluggish seeking for pleasure in shallow testines yeu always get the desired and muddy pools of amusement rath- results with Cascarets and quickly er than in clear brooks and rivers of too. Don't let your .stomach, liver and real life and literature. bowels make you miserable another It is trnelhat such slush as "Three moment; put an end to the headache, We'eks" and other books of a similar biliousness, dizziness, nervousness character have displaced the "Old sick, sour gassy stomach, backache Curiosity Shop," with its wondarful and all other distress; Cieanse your inside organs of all the poison and tenderness and love and its effete matter which is producing the humor. It is also true that misery. such risque f lories as "The One Take a Cascaret now; don't wait In all the world there Woman" have put "David Copper-field- " until bedtime. is no remedy like this. A and "Barnaby Rdge" on the box means health, happiness and. a shelf. Butit is lamentably truer clear head for months. No more that iplays now allowed on the" stage days of gloom and distress if you will and which draw" enormous crowds take a Cascaret now and then. All would not have been permitted in druggists sell Cascarets. Don't for get the children their little insides public twenty years ago. It would need a good gentle' cleansing, too. seem that playwrights and authors of the present day' try to make their SHOCKING SOUNDS work as suggestive as possible and yet avoid being barred from the In the earth are sometimes heard mails, and our young people are per- before a terrible earthquake, that mitted to "witness these prurient warn' of the coming peril. Nature's plays and read the wretched rot warnings are kind. That dull pain that is perpetrated under the name or ache in the back, warns yon the of "love stories," without even a Kidneys need attention if you would parental hand to direct thenr ' escape those dangerous- - maladies, It is time for our fathers aifd Dropsy, Diabetes or ".Bright's dismothers to take a hand when the' ease. TjXtke Electric Bitters t once heater descends into the dspths for and see backache fly and all- your itsMogYaaa when books reek with best feelings return. "My son reth$ innocent have no ceived great Ibenflt from their use for Knowledge and shonld 'Have no kidney and- bladder trouble;" writes ' knowledge. And "ill will fare the PeteV'Bohdy, South" Hoekwood. land" unlessHhey do pay some atten- Mich., "It is certainly a. great kidtion to the education, the reading and. ney iidicine." Toy it. 50 cents the amusemeutsXof their children. at. All Drnggists. stom-thin-f- That Sent Suitor to Prison For ent parts of the state. Keiter depted Ami Measure Wihs Kiling Rival, Draws Confession The "bill passed after speeches by Senators Thomas, Hogg, Durham , 62 to 14. From Tennessee Girl.' and Newcomb favoring it, by 28 to ' Frankfort, tKy., Feb. 28. The" 2. i Senators. Bate and Scott voted Bristol, Tenn., (Feb. House Tuesday passed the Confed against the bill. Jennie Lloyd, cultured 'and beautiful erate Pension Bill introdueetrby Sen member of a prominent family, apHE WONT LIMP NOW. ator Glenn, though slightly, amended. peared at the county jail at Jones-vill- e This 4ill gives indigent Confederate Tuesday, demanding that sht No more limping for Tom Moore, soldiers a pension of $10 per month. see Hyatt Slemp, a young Virginian, of Cochran, Ga "I had a sore who has, been convicted of murder It came up ag a special order. Mr one my insfep that nobbingbad sedmed Keller, offered an amendment strik-iCleveland Litton and senteuce'd to to help till I used Bucklen's Arnica of out the provision that all six years in the penitentiary. wonder-fq- l Salve," he writes, "but this over Co years old be hetd "dis- With tears flowing down her iiealer soon cured me." HeaU able'd" and adding an emergency cheeks Miss Lloyd told Slemp that old, running' sores, ulcers, boils, clause. burns, cuts, bruises, eczema or piles she, as the principal witness in the By a vote" of 62 to 14 the House Try it. Only. 23 cents at All Drug- case, had sworn to a positive falsehood, thus causing 'his conviction. defeated an amendment proposed' by She declared that she could nut sea Mr. Alii to include on. the pension him suffer under the circumstances rolls all men who served in the miBLACKSMITHING. and expressed her willingness to yo litia during the Civil War. When yon want good horseshoeing to the state prison iu his stead. She After adopting the Keller amendvote of C9 or any kind of repair work, don'i then vvrote out a confession in which ment, the House, by a The Senate forget that we do all kinds of work Mie said that Litton was" armed and to 13 passed the bill. blackthat is done in a struck Slemp over the head with will accept the House' amendments. smith shop. Reasonable prices; al! his revolver before Slemp fired the Mar. Collins, of Fleming, was the only Democrat to vote against the .work guaranteed. Your patronage fatal shot. solicited. T. M. Domigan, cornei This confession will go to Goverbill. Winn avenue, opposite D. S. Gay's nor Mann, that he may consider the" University Bill Recommitted warehouse. advisability of a pardon for Slemp The bill to increase by $o000 in view of the fact that the Court the annual appropriation of State cannot' the case. University, by $35,000 the annual Slemp and Litton were rivals for allowance to the Eastern Normal fhe affections of Miss Lloyd. Mis' School and by $25,000 that to the Lloyd was present at their fatal Western Normal School, after some quarrel . Readers discussion, was recommitted with Hundreds .of Winchester leave to report after the investigation Know What it Means. TQM COWAN BACK. of the State University has been completed. The kidneys are overtaxed; Tom Cowan, the popular barber, is House bill 01, the Price measure Have too mnch to do. back at his stand in the tMcEldowney to create a State Board of Forestry, They, may tell about it in many Building and is .'now ready to serve and carrying an annual appropria aches and pains his old friends and customers wheie tion of was next in point of Backache, dizziness, headache. you will always get prompt andjrst consideration. Mr. Thompson, of Early symptoms of kidney ills, class service. tfrinary troubles, dropsy, Bright's Covington, explained the bill at some length, and 53 members voted for disease sometimes follows. Don't forget that v .tickets are on The statement below shows on a sale for the Skovgaard Concert at it. it, 27 oppof-mThe House went into Committee reliable remedy for kidney ils. 11 Strode's Drug Store. G. P. Welsh, assessor, 1G7 Drake of the whole fo discuss the Finn "Only registered pharmacists hanrailroad bill. A motion was made to street, Lexington, Ky., says: "I had P iiumpniey, oi frequent attacks of backache, caus dle your perseription at the give Judge Alex i . IT Louisville, an opportunity to be ed by bending over a desk at' my Pharmacy. Absolute ac' The store of v work. Having Doan's Kidney Pills curacy guaranteed. heard on the bill. The motion to delay a day was brought to my attention, I got a quality. supply and was given prompt relief made by Mr. Shanks, of Lincoln. through their usel" TOO STUPlD Mr. Drury declared it was an efFor sale by all' dealers. Price 50 the Finn bill. fort to kill cents. Co., Buffalo, The motion carried by a vote of Judge Humphrey will New York, sole agents for the United 52 to 15, and States. appear' before the House Wednesday Remember the name Doan's in Committee morning at 11 o'clock, The and take no other.. of the Whole of the House. V- -, . .bill Wed House will dispose of the . WWII 28.-;-iM- iss IntrnriuMrf' vwvww hv J Crn ng sol-'die- rs " - . J. K. WATSON - r first-cla- ss TheNew Depositor . u.. v I re-op- in tins bank may be assured oi receiving direct parsoMl tion and prompt service. All we ask is an opportunity to serve yoa that, we the quality of our .banking service. We invite yon to call and see as. 5 -- I Citizens National Bank ' Corner Main gai 8onth' Court Street. ' Near Coarf Winchester, Ky. . AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS Statistics' show that sixty per cent of the automobile d the result of rear axles. Ford axles do not carry the weight of either car or passengers, Let us show you. accident's are over-loade- $15-,00- 0 g BARROW & CLAY Indian Fields, ky. 1 t- - . Browri-Proctor- ia PRICES COUNT ! ... t 4 IFoster-'Milbur- n IS- - the merchant with tKe High Quality and Low Prices will Wo the business. Often we have given you a list of our Low Prices through our advertisements in the pager and the results show that many of you were shrewd enough to f The coming season nesday. - , FURS! FURS!! rURS'Il Irsf! i rfi. in-t- he 0-cculi - sliroe-whi- ch - Representative Clay, .of Bourbori, Will pay you" the Highest Cash was given consent' to call up his bill, Prices for your Furs. 304. authorizing the Louisville & J. W. HISEL Nashville Railroad Company to ac 'Bridge Junk Shop quire the Frankfort & Cincinnati No. 23 North ityaph si. line, 40 miles in length, connecting East Tennessee Phone 215, Homt FranAfort, Georgeown and Paris. 11-1Phone 596. The bill provoked considerable discussion. It required a constitutional amendment authorizing railroad com- JUDGE AND JURY panies to purchase parallel lines not CLASH BITTERLY over 100 miles in length. (Mr. Hamilton, of Franklin, approved the bill. Mr Wiley, of Scott county, spoke for it and filed' a petition' of Twelve Men were denied dimissial by " 300 Scott county citizens urging ifs , Judge Swayne, Who Orders Them passage. 'Mr. Niles, of Henderson, to .Decide Prisoner's Fate. and Mr. Reed, of Mason, - spoke against the bill. 'Ft. Worth: Texas, iFeb., 28 The Clay Bill received 50 v6tcs to Judge and jury clashed bitterly 27 against it, failing of passage, re An ettort will be Tuesday in the Sneed trial when the quiring CO votes'. 12 men for the third time were denied made later to revive fhe measure. dismissal by Judge Swayne, who perProceeding's in Senate; emptorily ordered- - them to decide the The Senate spent most of the day fate of the prisoner, J. B. Sneed, t!rj in the Committee of the Whole, with millionaire, who killed Captain A. C. Senator' Huffakcr in "the chair, to Boycc, here January 13. consider-- a half dozen bills proposing "Don't send me any more written amendments to the civil code. communications, either," said' the President j McDennott took the Judge. floor and spoke in favor of the bills; "Wc will send as many as we lik.V saying Kentucky was far beKind replied Foreman Strohg. other states' in the matter of reforms Each of yon pray that God help in legal procedure. He said in .Ken- you reach' a verdict,7 concluded tucky procedure was' founded on En- Judge "Swayne, who announced he glish procedure and, England had wif lkeep the 'menMocked up tvfii or abandoned the old pixcedure many three' more days if ' necessary. Thev years agoj yet Kentucky still follow- still stand o. If was' learned ed the old system, whrch was techni- Tuesday that the grand jury is in cal and cumbersome. vestigating report's that several ju80 , essontr I SjstArcy I ... open' fire site brought me some popcorn and a popper. Fred Did you take the hint? George Oh res. I popped the corn. , Fred understand that yon called ' on Miss Sweet again last night. George Yes. We had quite a Jolly time.1 Aa we sat alone in front of tba take advantage of our Trade Winners. We aire each day receiving new spring clothing from such well known houses Larson-Mey- er as Stein-Bloc- h, Belgium's Proud Position. Belgium is one of the smallest countries in regard to area, containing only 11,373 square miles, but it stands today the fifth of all nations of the world in regard to commerce and industry, and is the most densely settled in Europe, containing 7.317.561 Inhabitants. It is also one of the richest countries per capita and second to none In enterprise. Sure of Company. Ton may be a Peace and Mercy band all by your lonesome if you will. You'll .not find yourself lacking for company. Those Undesire Wrinkles. An habitual expression of inquiry Is to blame for permanent lines across the forehead. Then there is another muscle whose office is" to draw down the eyebrows. It doesits piece of work and what we speak 'of is a frown. The permanency of thl3 expression is not la keeping, with a happy nature, and. Is one of the least desired lines. ti EUea; Terry; the' actress, was one and Hamburger Bros, and will put such low prices on them that they will sure be Trade Winners.. As to work- manship and quality you will know; they are the best. We want you to see hem.'" AtL WINTER CLOTHIKC AT 25 PER CENT. r i DflUJCW 4 st 70 Age Limit. rors had been The Hogg bill, creating a Canw and Fish: Commission, and requiring hunters whc live irjjtblsJstaTe iopay bribod'-an- d- that Vl-- T.J: Sl y f. it NEW! day talking about taeEiany wbaiea who asked her to help, them get oa Ue i stage.' waea BkeaaM: "Every weaaa aeder 34j Imagines that aft actress, am every actress - be--1 lievea that' she A ander 30-- ., ALLAN I & v MURPHY is-a- a Sign iitUc Min . '.sr.: W ne- - 9 , - r ift" to 6 i ( t THC WTitCHESTEfT UttfSr - ifgTyn-y- 2j5C; Firstmm m s a Good Watch GRAND OPENING - . 1 1 Class Every Day BUILDER'S HARDWAR We have just received a complete line 01 Hard-warIf you are think-in- g of building let us figure with you. Our stock isiiptodate. Our prices are right. e. jeweler CALL AND SEE IX rr. u nrArriwi I mm i At the stroke ol 8 o'clock on next Wed- II V s OC II ETY 4 i V.i-cliestei- nesday and Thursday, February 23 and 29, the Winchester Cloak and Suit Co. at 61 South Main Street, in the Elks building, will give its Grand Opening ot its i 31 .el Set Jim; Recital L.n.Iey Marietta Tayloi A recital is (o be given 5y the pupils of iliss Anna Chandler GfI and Miss Bertha St. John Graves in Grand Worthy Matron to Visit Eastern Star. the studio at the residen.ee of- Mr3. Mrs Clara Ilenrieh, " of Xewport, J. J. Porter, ok South Maple street. Grand Worthy Matrpn of the Ordi;r Friday afternoon at three o'clock. All friends and patrons are cor- of the Eastern Star, will visit Cliapter, No. 1"2, Friday dially invited td'be present. The . I evening, in the Fraternity Building. is to be as follows: The local chapter is quite young, b it Proram Sllcpherd's Hymn isvsurpassed by none in enthusiasm Sclrultz Martha Frances and Kathryn Strode. of its members nor in the quality-o- f Ducelle limiting Song its membership. pro-proga- m SPRING SEASON NEW CREATIONS i Consisting of 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. FRANKLIN HARDWARE COMPANY H. H. FRANKLIN, Prop. (Successors to J. K. Allen) as 1 This is the only branch of Masonry to which women lire admitted. It i. purely social. Those eligible for Porter Porter 4 membership are Masons in good ll Krogniann Song of the standing, their wives, daughters, sisBenson Spencer Chadwick Sis TempyV Story ters and mothers. The meeting with "Elinor Tomlinson tie nigliest olneer m tlie state will !; OrtU Dolly's Dream highly entertaining. There will probably 'be, some degree work' and Katheryn Strode Scymorc Smith Old KuglL-- h Damud refreshments. All members arc urged to tie iirc--Eliza Goff Angel's Dream tiii. ' Thomas Porter Delightful "Forty iva Kern Cradle Song M'.v Bcttic Anderson entorfainod Ruth Ili.-l-e ihc-- ie.idenec of Mrs. P. L. Kohl-ha- s Jensen Melody ' on South Main street Tuesday Kathcryn Day Bolim Dance of the Gnormers evening, in a delightful manner. "Forty-two"vv- ,s played at five Beulah Drake Orth Moonlight' Dance mall tables for several pleasant bom's, after which a mo.--t delicious Ruth Weathers Bachman Valse Caprice luncheon was served. iNfytleandKatheryii Spencer'- - 'Mrs.- Aildcrson' vas assisted by Rolling Prestissimo in D Mesdames J. L. Mctorii, liutus Li.-lShields Bush ami G. X. Kohlhass- Marcia Keyes Among those present were Schlummerieid Adele Aus Der Ohe W. Poynter, J. W. Ishmae!, Bessie Conkwright-Kjernol- f Spring Sous C.JI. Rees, Jas. S. Winn, Lucien Amelia VanMeter . . Beckner, J- - L. McCord, J. R. Lstton, Canzo'ncTta Wm. H. Garner, J. C. Vaught, Gippie Hollaender II. C. Shields Bush, Massenet Melodic Sympson II. V. Thompson, Hudson Dorothy Porter Thompson, " Spriii!: Flowers Rufus Lisle, T.J. Bradley, J- - H. AlGade Myrtle Spencer lan, G. X. Kohlhass, W. S. Massic. Miur.-.'tt(Mozart Chas. W. ll'arrish, J. II. Keyes, Byrd Hodgkin, Oscar Johnson, and IMi Kathleen Eaip Ravina Petifo Bolero Xannie Parrislr 3Icttie Bryan' SfhuJert Serenade Philathea Class Ora Gaiies Allen A business meeting of the PhilaSciit:bert Schezro thea Class of the Central Baptist Raxiiia Etude church was held with Miss Eunice Earp on Tuesday evening and Avas Martha Frances StroQe Grieg P.utteifly followed by a delightful social hour, during which hot chocolate and waMaiy Sudd tub " Grieg the String fers were Served: Mildred Hodgkin Merry-Go-Rou- Chadwick flowers and Souvenirs will be given away during the GRAND OPENING. Sea-She- Fop A . To-Mopp- ow Only 49c Foley's HoneyTar ht THE SECOND DAY OF OUR OPENING compound is the best selling cough medicine 79c - Our White Lawii Waists for Our Heatherbloom Petticoats for . WINCHESTER CLOAK 61 s I S SUIT CO Both Phones 364 ' South Main Street because H on the market y does just exactly what a cough medicine is expected to do: it stop coughs and colds speedily and effectively. Should he kept in the house constantly where there are children; to-da- c, ELKS BUILDING, WINCHESTER, KY. Mes-dame.- J. A prompt helpfor croup and whooping cough. Give it to your children Takeityourself. Contains no opiates. The genuine is in a yellow package. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. - WEST BEND This class lias accomplished a of Rosslyn, Thomas Morehead, great deal .of good in alleviating the suffering of the poor during the re- visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1). cent cold spell. The members are C.Iorehead, Wednesday and Thursenthusiastic young Christian ladies. day. Mrs. Bessie Melutgsh and two litMr. Sid Calk, of Mt. Sterling, was tle children visited her patents, Mr. C. Clemmons, Sunday. hero Tuesday. Uncle Saihmie Everman continues Mr. Henry Prewitt, of Mt. Sterii ig, quite ill. was in this city, Tuesday. J. C. and Herman Everman made iMr. Ben Prewitt was in Lexington a business trip to Winchester, MonMonday, night. day. Mr Mnrtha Penuiugham is quit-- ; filled his Rev. M. M. Ronndtree ill with pulmonary trouble at Wvi regular appointment at head quarters home of her nephew, Mr. John Don-Ia- n. the burglar become mild enough for Mi-- s Wells to handle. Then she held him prisoner until her father came to her assistance. The story of Miss Wells'' heroism came modestly forth from her lip Tuesday in the Dayton-strePolice Court, where she and her father, William Wells, 50 years old, appeared against the intruder who said he was Frank Jones, of East St. Louis. et 1 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 i; next few days beginning v .j-r- i 'J-- '' MEAL! MEAL!! MEAL!!! 'To Announcement! From now on we will receive Fleishman's Yeast daily at both of our Stores. . Mrs. Lorcnza Thomas, of Kiddvlle is visiting her sister, Mrs." Collie Rice, of this city, who is very lo with tuberculosis. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Stone, of Kiij'ji Angle, arc being congratulated oi girl, Adi the birth of a Snowden Mr. Stone is the efficient correspondent of this paper at Right Angle Congratulations are extend- ed. Mr. C. M' Curtis and family, w'.rj have (been in Normal, 111., for the past two years have leturned to Kentucky to live. Mass Ethel Lovett, of Tord, is visffing her cousin, Mrs. Sallie Wal-deand Miss Beulah Elkin. ten-poun, When in need of any meal' don't Eorget that wo havethe old fashSaturdaj and Sunday. C. F. Young, of Whick, Ky., visited ion water mill stones and do custom his mother, Mrs. Louvinia Young, grinding. T. M. Domiganr opposite David Gay's warehouse, on. corner the past week. a-m Sam King has rented a farm from Winn avenue. John Everman and wil lmove to i: , March 1. IT'S SO EASY TO Robert Guy, is. moving to the farm he rented from Zade Ilodgkin, ci ss -1 Monday, Feb'y. 26 near rianagan. Alfred Rose will shortly move lo the farm ho rented of Tri'jble Thacker, near Indian Fields. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Berry- have returned home, after spending the witer with their daughter, Mrs. Jessie Overly, of Ashland. II. L. Bordors made a business trip to Winchester, Monday. Go to iPhillips Dnig Store and say I want HYOMEI outfit take it home opon the box pour a few drops of HYOMEI from the bottle into the little hard rubber inhaler breathe it for five minutes and note the re , Parrisk Bradley .grtai iRto BUILDING CD. freshing relief breathe it five times a day for a few days and catarrh' and all its disgusting sympDon't forget that tickets are on toms will gradually disappear. Only the purest and freshest medHYOMEI contains no ppium, cosale for the Skovgaard Concert at icines on sale at the caine or other harmful drug and is Pharmacy th store of quality. Strode's Drug Store. ' sold cn money back plan for catarrh, BOTH PHONES. asthma, croup, colds, coughs and caYOUNG SOCIETY GIRL tarrhal deafness. Complete outfit FURS!!! FURS!! FURS! $1.00 extra (bottles' if needed 50 Va., "bnt I know now it TOM TURNER ARRESTED Will pay you the Highest Cash tednts at Philips Drug Store and Simple indruggists everywhere. Prices for your Furs.. Tom Turner ftis arrested by Sher- tion,-- as Dr. King's New ; Slory of Her Heroism Comes Out structions for use in every package iff Hart and is now confined, in the completely carea me. yH J. W. fflSEL When She Appears With Her FathBridge Junk Shop, you can't fail to banish catarrh if Clark county jail, bein unable to ,om.ach, liver and No. 23 Nort'n Mapie st you follow instructions.' ive bond. It is charged that Turner er' in Court Against rntrt0er. ipauon, neaaacafiu East Tennessee Phone 215, Home stabbed Gene Gentry in the j side rZents at AU umgfistm. St. Lonis, Feb. 28. After a Phone 596. Don't forget that tickets are on Saturday on Howard's Creek below burglar had knocked down her sale for the Skovgaard Concert at thewaterworks. father in the rear yard of their bomb Strode's Drug Store. SHORTHAND and as attempting to escape, Miss LAM ED A 60D WORKER: The nicest and mosl Shorthand taught by Miss Gracel Theresa "Vyells, 20 years old, an. ath Coyle. Thoroughness guaranteed lelic St. Louis gir, pnrsuedand cap- perfumes and toilet articles at the "I blamed my heart for severe ' ' The distress in my left side for two i rt Pharmacy Call at J. M. Stevenson's Law OiTicc. tured hinuhad.ponnded him? did store of quality. Not until-shyears. writes W. Evans. Oanille, fouS' and lasting only a few days. We will also offer for sale al the same time arid place our store fixtures which are new and up to date. Everything not sold ttt; the next few days will be spld at pub-'-li- e outcry to the highest bidder as ati ' v3 whole or separately. Everyone knowing themselves" in debted to the firm will please calf andl settle at once as the business must be wound up. i HV L. Gilbert & Co. tf) , V six-fo- ot fit hi ! - ' Brown-Proctor- ia e i i ;,Vi'l- - J It. - 3.-- 1 t. ' '4" " - ' v y PwFwr. , . - THE WINCHESTER NEWS ' ' . Kink Closes Saturday SPECIAL ATTRACTION Ball, Auditorium Team vs. K. W. C. Preps. 51b box of qandy given to holder of lucky coupon. THURSDAY NIGHTMoonlight Skate and 1 mile championship race 'between Robt. Bean, Clarence Bloomfield and Albert WEDNESDAY NIGHT-Bro- LAST WEEK OF SKATING EACH MIGHT: NIGHT-Bro- IVIarcIi . om SATURDAY MATINEE 51b SATURDAY om box of candy will be. given away. Ball-L- ast prizes. Graves. Medal to winner. of candy to third. big masquerade. Three $5.00 in gold to first; pair skates5 to second; boi FRIDAY m NIGHT-Bro- om Preps. Ball. Auditorium Team vs. K. W. C. 51b box of candy given to holder of lucky coupon. . " ' $10.00 to the Broom Ball Team winning the most games this week. - - I I i Afternoon 2 to 5, admission and skates 10c; Night 7 to 10, admission 10c, skates 15c. - ip W ENAMEL WARE SALE We wish to call your attention to the fact that this sale will only last TWO MORE DAYS F-- r Wednesday & Thursday -- NOTE OUR LOW PRICES- - it Xhlpty-Xw- o 12-q- t. Cents Rpil Edge Dish Pan, worth 75c Double. Roasters, regular 50c value 32c 32c Handled Foot Tubs, worth 50c 32c Covered Berlin Kettles, with bail, worth 50c. 32c Preserving Kettles with wood handled bail, , worth 65c 32c 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 any. We deliver in the city. This price., is for cash only. If you can't come phone 360. so weakened that he was unable to Insure in rally. He was S8 years old Decem STROTHER'S Miss Emma Pigg will begin a sub- ber 22 last. scription school the second Monday Last October Prof. Loos contractOLD in March. ed a bronchial trouble, which later Tuesday sales at Mr. R. A. Seo- - developed into pneumonia, during INSURANCE AMD bee's warehouse in Winchester gave which illness his condition was quite FIRE REAL ESTATE AGENCY general satisfaction. Out of about critical for several weeks and hi.-Kfflca Fraternity BM&, Pbena 185 115,000 pounds of tobacco not a sin- recovery" was for a time regarded as gle basket was rejected. The best doubtful. Shortly before the Christgeneral average was that of Bone mas holidays, however, his recovery Willioughby's, 435 pounds averag- was sufficient to permit him to bp Capital SlOO.OfO ing $21.25 per hundred. His best up and occasionally to leave his basket bringing $27 per hundred. home. Undivided Profits. 1200.000 The second 'best average was that During the first week of January of Thomas Epperson, 435 pounds av-- 1 i,e suffered a relapse, and, although ' "THE eraging $21 per hundred. His best his physicians .pronounced him free basket bringing $32 per hundred. from symptoms v of pneumonia, the Beady Burton sold a horse to first attack had left his physical conJohn E. Brooshire for $100 and sold dition too weak to 'withstand the rav' ora mule for $81. ages of his illness attenlent upon WINCHESTER. KY. TV. A. Stqphens had a" nice steer the relapse, and Iris strength graduto die last week woiVth about $40., ally declined until death' came. Ernest Blackwell lias rented a IProf. Loos 'was born near Paris. N. H. WITHERSOON, house near Hunt from Mr. Howard France, December 32, 1823, and came President. Hampton and moved to it. to America with the degree of BachW. R. SPHAR. iMr. Sam Curtis and daughters. elor of Arts from Bethany College'" Cashier. Mis?cs Gertrude and iFannie Lon, West Virginia, in 1840, and received were guests at the home of Ben H. the degree of Master of Arts from Rainey, Friday., Butler College of Indianapolis in 1852, later receiving the degree of Don't' forget that tickets are Doctor' of Philosophy from the same sale for the Skovgaard Concert SOLICITS YOUR school. ' He was" president of EuStrode's Drug Store. reka, College, 111., from 1857 to 1858, ACCOUNTS. (now and president of Kentucky FURS!!! FURS!! FURS! Transylvania) University, Lexington, Will pay you the Highest Casb the seventeen years from 1880 to 1897. After resigning the presidenPiiccs for your Furs. KILL-THROUGcy, he continued as professor of the W. HISEL J. AMDCyRETHELOWCS Bridge Junk Shop, Greek language until 1909, when he No. 23 North Maple st retired from active service as a benEast Tennessee Phone 215, Homi eficiary of the Carnegie Educational Endowment iFuiidcontinuiiig. howPhone 596. ever, to hold the position of ProfesALMOST LOST HIS LIFE. sor Emeritus of Greek4, and Biblical RUCKERVILLE For Sale or Rent! G good-pik- mm column RELIABLE At Hunt, Kentucky, Clark county, CLASSIFIED A D V ENTISCM miles from Winchester, n le a wtrd far a ilaak MarteL'- and in neighborhood of very Ce a tmi far Mm best graded schools, a most deniaukUmc. ble business property, consisting of Jic a ward far ual storeroom. stock of goods, 2 nice artha. dwellings, blacksmith shop, 2 large' IBs a war ear aatfe, gardens, in all about 2 acres of land: Seattarai lMarHa, It par wr4 pm Will sell at a bargain if taken at iMcrtiM. once. See G. M. Glenn on' the prem NtMa hMartoi far tm 9m Urn aarts. aMWfff akaraai ises, of far bat tkaa IS Btt TODD BROS., Home phone 472. Winchester, Ky. ' TRACY AND SIOKELY A BARGAIN. Winchester Bank - I DRINK ' f MORE THAN WET" at 4 iiBPTox TlaffrtffcM ro. 9.D.r I m. bay crrfim. I STRAYEDCallSmall 254. pony. phone laC0Mnlj v If sold at once; house of 4 roqrot: lot 50x150; cistern gas, onrbaildfi,' rents at $10 Der month: here 'iaV: chance to net 10 per cent on. your investment. . Office in McEldowney Bail din BOTH PHONES - J mm Shetland T. J. Porr ter. 2-- Clark County National BANh ACCMtt M FOR RENT Residence W. P. Hieatt. and store. H WANTED I want to rent a 6 or 7 room cottage, centrally located with modern conveniences. Apply to Feld. ROOMS wmiDi.KlNG m CaHKflMS TClM, FtfMTI Trifcn SMclM; ll-18-4- FOR RENT Apply at College street, or call Home phon 341. NEWOiSCOVErW lift M Ml FlttS. FOR RENT My old house of ten rooms on 'Maple street. Apply, ti A. J. Earp. FOR 'SALE down town nice 7 room meat Louse, It Grubbs & Benton Winchester, Ky. ml Cor. Main .&v Broadway AGENTS FOR VULCAN PLOWS S. A. tid, of Mason, Mich., will never forget his terrible exposure to" a merciless storm. "It gave me a dreadful cold," he writes, "thai caused severe pains in my ehest, sc it was- hard for me to breathe. A neighbor gave mc several doses of Dr. King's New Discovery which brougnt great relief- - The doctor said I was on the verge of pneumonia, but to continue with the Discovery. I did so and two bottles Use only completely cured me." this quick, safe, reliable medicine for coughs, colds, or any throat or lung trouble. Price 50c and'$i".00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by - n"1 V OLDS ELTOia. Kmu met History. AM ALL THROAT AND 1UKG TROUBLES I At Transylvania University he was GUARANTEED $A77SFACTOfV known as the Grand Old (Man of the University, and he, with Dr Robert Graham, and Dr. J. TV. McGarvcy, both deceased, .formed the trinity of L consecrated men who made" Transly-vani- a University famous as an educational institution. ANDREW H. HAMPTON, Jr., The funeral services will be heU Attorney-at-Laat the Central Christian church Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock Fraternity Building and iburial will take place in, the Lex- Capital and .Surplus t 9350,000.00 or EXCHANGE property , or 'a house with water, gas, uice barn, plenty fruit and three extra lots. Todd Bnre. 2fc ? OPERA HOUSE ALL THIS WEEK -tf w FOR RENT Four or five rooms,-- . gas and cistern. Home phone 60jor apply at No. 116 North, Highland. ington cemetery. The detailed Winchester, Kentucky. "THEWHEELERSISTERS 11 R. P. SCOBEE (INCORPORATED) SON CO. All Druggists. ' for the funeral, includi.i'j the selection of the officiating minis- PENDLETON, BUSH fc BUSH ters, 'have not been completed, n.'id Attorneys-at-Lawill he a'nnounced later. 5th Floor McEldowney Building w CHARLES LOUIS LOOS AT U STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING Winchester, Ky. 16 LUMBER Rough and Dressed, SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, SHINGLES, CAREY ROOFING. the best that can .be bought. ' A meeting of the stockholders of the Clark County. Fish and Game J. M. STEVENSON Club is called for the Peoples Bank. Attemey-at-LaSo Saturday, the 2nd day of March Educator, Minister And Scholar 60 S. Main St. Winchester, Ky. Long, Connected With. Transylva- 1912, at .10 o'clock, a. m. R. R. PERRY, President. nia University Passes Away. S. B. TRACY, Secretary. E. E. LOOM IS 'Lexington, Ky. Feb. 28 Prof . Auctioneer Charles Louis. Loos, at various times COLORED COLUMN w PEOPLE - 16 WANTED Young men wanting'" musical education at very little cost should join Modern Woodatta of America Band and Oreheifrt. For particulars apply Geo. AV. iifackie, director, at Banies flro eery or Dr. E. R. Bush, Fraternity Building. preail 6 Bif VaudfvHte Acts 6 FOR SALE The Big Bob CaL best on the market; yards oaMUt Clark Coanty Broadway. 11- strnction Company. . '(i4 WEDESDAY NIGHT POULTRY AND El mm J' Vv f dr RUBBER ROOFING, as good as any. 1 I tafrPlMie47 East Tenii. Phone 147 I Rea Xlie News president and member of the faculties of. Transylvania University and other institutions of learning, widel known as an educator,' minister of the Christian church and scholar, died at his Home, 457 West Fourth street Tuesday following an attack of pneumonia last fall, upon recovery from which he suffered a relapse in January, which' left- his condition -- J.jIJye, returned missionary from Africa will speak at the First Christian church (white) tonight on that conntrv and its habits. The colored people are invited' to be present, the gallery has 5been reserved for them .on this occasion and it is hoped that theyitwill take advantage; of this ercepHohal treats" - 'Rev. Royal. McEWewney BuiWing, Winchester, Ky. " THE COIINTERfQIEIfS " RmlMum. OfflMimnj 't"r Prices 10, 20 1 30c DR. M. L, MYERS, DENTIST. WINCHESTER, KY. EGGS FOR SALE from pure Rhode Island Beds, or will jook your or-dfor later delivery. , 75 cenj Claude per setting of 15 eggs. Scobcc. 25 Alabama street, Hotim iphone 70S. itf IT'i'.' Tn Zot In "aaauaaMBBtlBBaal IR SALE 100 eztM nice Bbi Island. Red pallets' and eeekrefe 'Binae phoae - 813-A. 3 T '- 1 six-- ; f