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LAST EDITION VOLUME 7; No. 1 THE WINCHESTER NEWS WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1912. dram:) presented here in years, and the Wheejer Sister Company gave a splendid rendition of the play. 'Miss Nelson appeared in the role of the blind wife and gave a most pleasing portrayal of the part. (Mr. Goodwin appeared as the hufband and won the sympathy of the 'audience. Mr. Cramer appeared in the role' of the villain and was very acceptable in tiie part. 'Mr. Carroll appeared in the character of a,n English Jew and funnellMaster ed the fun of the play. Fiances, the child artist, C years old, made a big hit as little Arthur. Thursday night "The Hearts of the Blue Ridgev will be given. Friday the live turkey will be given away and seats are selling fast. j WEATHER Cloudy turning Aa .fair .Thursday Might' and Friday. Slightly Ctidcr Thursday Night. 12. 2 CENTS A COPY; II CENTS A WEEK fraternal" . brotherhood Holds Important Meeting, Followed by Delightful Luncheon And Coffee. One of the of Fish BILL BARS .LIQUOR OF THE DRY OUT condemned by both political parties. I Splendid Work. best meetings night in the the Fiatemal Biotherhood has ever had was held Wednesday j Fraternity building. Organizer J. W. Bartlett fulfilled his promise, having a class of candidate, in spite Olr. Jesse the bad weather. Bartlett is one of the full pledged tin. raieimu workers mm can rs wIhjji others fail. ".--t ... t . . . ONCER T RARE of the Fraternity building, fish and coffee were in abun- - MUSICAL TREAT Alex Skovgaard, The Noted Violinist, And, Misses McClung And Wright r. Rn S. Ttni-Hpl- innfirril Mm assisted by Mr. Lewis Rujiard PIT- I 111 llpminrr nntlrt;- - nt Tlin ladies prepared the lunch.. L. L. Hill, State Manager, of Lexington. ivas present. The Fraternal Brotherhood has a e membership of members here, and a class of candidates each meeting night will soon bring the number to one bundled. Organizer (Bartlett has promised a good time next meeting night, March 14, and an invitation is extended to all fifty-thremcm-berg. Are Greeted by Appreciative dience. Au- Before taking up the program of the Skovgaard concert Wednesday evening, the I). A. 11. should be highly commended 'for their taste and discrimination in providing a concert which gave such exquisite pleasure. Sjogren, the composer of the first number on the program, is a Swede, who is fast coming to the front among the modern composers. The striking contrasts of the three movements of the Sonata suggested the bold promontories and smiling valleys of Sweden. In the con fuoeo. Miss McClung and Skovgaard rose to the height of power and sublimity, and no wheic was the ensemble more perfect than in this movement. . The theme of the Bnieh concerto is lovely and 'appealh ing, and the finale moves one its joy and sparkle. 'Mr. Skovgaard played next a group, the first two numbers of which were (piaint and charming, and lovers of Chopin were delightd to hear the Sarasata arrangement of the familiar nocturne. And here the artist drew from the muted violin a quality of tone so ethereal that it seemed to come down from Heaven. The group of oiiginal compositions save distinct evidence of the creative ability of the composer, and he played them with iprodigal temperament and brilliance. Indeed, few artists possess the skilled technic and interpretatives ability of Skovgaard. The soprano,, Miss Wright, has a rich mezzo of much promise. She was particularly pleasing in the group of pieces, singing: "Oh, Drj Those Tears," with excellent effect, accompanied by the lovely violin sounding from another room. Miss Wiight's encores were unusually pleasing. Among many distinguished accompanists, Miss McClung is notable, and her exquisite playing of the two solos, the Liszt Tarantelle and the Sextette from Lucia for left hand were wonderfully well done She is an artist of rare gifts. So pleased was Skovgaard with the appreciation accorded that lie gave an extra number, the noble Handel Sonata. As an encore, the "Suwanne River" was cnobled a the writer had never heard it either in' song or instrumentally. The Mischa ,Elmau arrangement of the Schubert" Cradle Song was the other encpre. It is very difficult to iplay aiid ;was lovely beyond compare. Thrice happy those who heard the concert last night. irresis-tiblywit- PH OF i t 1. R. A. BISHOP -- I Well Known Bourbon County Man ;Dles at Age of 45, of Larnygitis. ..Mr. R. A. Bishop, died at his home near Little Rock in Bouibon county on Wednesday, of laryngitis, at the age of 43 years. .(Messrs. Kerr & Bean, undertakers, of this eijy. were called to take charge of the body. The funeral services will be held (Friday afternoon at 1 :.t0 o'clock by Revs. Ligon and Reynolds at the Nor 111 iiljuleloun Cii i u cjuilv., and the burial will lake place there. i.--tl; Mr. Bishop is survived Sty his wife who was Mis Mattie Morgan, three children and several brothers and sisters. WHIIEOUETT Case From Clark County in Which $13,500 Verdict Was .'Given Re- versed td Extent of $1,350. Frankfort. Ky., - Feb. 2!). The reCourt of Appeals Wednesday versed the case of John G. White iVs.-E- . S. Jouctt from Clark. Jouett recovered a verdict for $1.S,300 as d or tiie commission leceiv-e- d by White for telling 14.000 acres of timber land in Leslie county. The court here says the verdict was for $1,330 too much and to that extent one-tuir- ATM! - BIG r AUDIENCES ler Sisters Present Best Melo- - daram Given Here in Years to Well FIHed House. MOVES TO LEXIM3T0N of the largest houses, of the season witnessed the performance One of "The Countefeiters" as presented .by the Vjheeler Sisters tock Com- panfcar tbe 0per,a House Wednesday nightWjTfceB'.av was tire best ljielo- - Mrs. J. W. Womack offers for sale her household and kitchen furniture in an d. on the .first page of this. ( "paper. (Mrs. Womack is ta move to Lexington. , his bill to amend the Revenue law so as to provide lor a levenue agent's supervisor and no suit for Measures Passes House 47 to 39 taxes shall be filed until first sub- -' Hamilton Scores Whiskey InterThe mitted to this supervisor. Senate adopted s an amendment to ests For Meddling in Politics. the bill the first four sections of Frankfort, Ky., (Feb. 29. The Senator Xewconib's' bill Xo. 170. House passed a bill Wednesday for- -, The elitiou of the Revenue agent Ifidding of liquor .from must' epA!' specially the omitted property. Tlio hill., passed. "wet" counties in Kentucky into The iSeuale also passed the bill "dry" counties by a vote of 47 to 31). Xo. 222 of Senator B. 01. Arnett Representative Elwoed Hamilton, providing for investigation of fires of Frankiin, charged, without quali- and to provide for appointment of fication that the liquor interests, State Fire Marshall and his assistthrough their extensive lobby and ants. Senator Xewcomb reported in their employ, had favorably the Public Utilities Com- A colored man, healing her come to this city in laige numbers mission. sei earns ran in and saved her from and secured an amendment to the di Senator Beard announced to the Jcath, but she was severely burned rect primary law which excluded Senate that the Democratic Senators about the bodv from waist down. from the operation of the primary would hold a caucus at 4 o'clock to She is the mother of Police Judge J. bill any, primary election or convendiscuss and determine on the Sena- J. Giecnleaf and of Miss Van Green- tion that had been called prior to torial and Representative leaf, of this city. the passage of the primary bill.' Rep b:lls. resentative Hamilton asserted that Practice Act is Repealed it would be only a mailer of time unThe act to lepeal what is known SKELETONS til (he people of Kantuck would rise a the "Practice Act" of 10 (), con up in their might and pass more cerning rule days, motion days, drastic liquor regulating laws if the certain sections ARE RECOVERED tc. and to liquor interests did not quit meddling cf the Civil Code passed 2(5 to 0. in legislation that did not concern The Senate also passed act Xo. them. 2o7 regulating the filing of bills of Remains of Three Little Colored How the Members Voted. Vote '23 to 1. exceptions. Girls Are Found in Charred DeThe vote on the'ibill follows: Senate .Hill Xo. 251 reducing the Against the bill Arhcrton, Raker. member of prccmpotory challenges bris And Ashes. Berry, Brower. Hiram, Brown Bowl allowed defendants to ten in felony Clay, Cale, eases and three in misdemeanor cas ing, Tiurton, Carroll, Lexington, Ky.. Feb. 20. Buried Farmer. Fryer, Gaines, Hatton. John es p: ised to 3. deep beneath the charied debris of Holland, Hunter, Huntsman. Knight. Other Legal Bills Passed s, wood and under several feet Kuh, J. A. Leach, of Ohio county: The Senate ipassed 'Senate Bill Xo. of water which had accumulated in Lockerey. Mahin, Meyer, CMeycrs. 2o2 to regulate the admission of atthe basement "f the building, the McCrca, Owins, Paxton, W. A. Perry. torneys to practice law. Also Senate skeletons of the three little negro Smith, Price, Reed, Robertson, Bill Xo. 100 to regulate the introduc girls who perished in the fire which Stoll, Thomas. C. B. Thomp- tion of expert testimony in Civil and destroyed the Colored Orphans un, E. B. Thompson. Tieman, Wiley. Criminal trials. Also Senate Bill Xo. Home, on the Georgetown pike, near -- Total 39. 77 relating to advancing cases for the city limits, early Tuesday raom-:a- g, For the bill Ahl, Aiken, Bean, A. hearrg in C"urt of Apfal3. were found Wednesday morning p, B. Bertram, T. M. Pertiam, The Senate passed the bill creating at 11 o'clock bv Frank Jones, an China. a Codes Commission of three mem- emplo.--e of. Wallace Brown. Blades, the undertaking firm of Chum, Coilins, Dickry, Diiiry, Eg- - bers to .prepare amendments to the Porter & Jackson. gleston, Elder, Far: a, Foigy, Gray, Gi;il Code and report to the next Ha idly anything except the bones Gregory! Hall, Han '.Hon, Hammond, Legislature. of the three girls, Aranda Lee Mason. Harrington, A. B. Holland. Jackson. in the 9 yea s old: Mattie C. .Mason, 4 The Senate concurred Keler,' Kelly. J. A. Leach, of Harri amendment of the House to the years old. and Sallie Howard, 8 son county; King. (Mathews, Confederate !Pension bill which goes years old, were found by Jones and Xichols. Nile-- :, Owen, Palmer, to Governor McCrcary for his sigthe n'.ie other men who had underW. V.. Perry, 'Pogre,- - Polin, Scott. nature. The vote was (2 ayes, 1 nay. taken the work of pumping out tfie Shanks, Sinclair, Tiuuman, Watkins, Ummlnr 'Hnrtivim voloil il.'ilillsfc the water and clearing away the debris Williams. Wilson, Yancey, Young. out. in th hope of finding the bodies, Total 47. Mr. Keller's amendment struck out which .were finally found lying cloe Governor McCreary Wednesday the original provision that all sol- toget' er in the basement under the sent a mesasge to the Legislature diers over Go years old be held "dis left wing of the building. The fresh congratulating the members on their abled" and aMed an emergency havir? been, burned ofT of many .vorks in which he said in part: clause. parts of the bodies, and their faces The bill providing for the amend so ibriT.ed. that the children were un "I congratulate you on the pas-ag- e by the Senate " and House of ment to the Constitution allowing recognizable, save by their known Representatives of the County Unit railroad companies to purchase partatr.e. . Hxtension bill, the Direct Primary allel and competing lines passed the lection bill, the De.iartment of Bank "House Wednesday by a vote o CO bill and the Prison Reform bill. Foui to IS. G ,f the most important pledges mad( The vote oii the bill follows: For the amendment: n the late Democratic Platform have Democrats Akin, A. V. Bertram, complied with, and there is cv-cbeen BY MASKED MEN to believe that the ot'hei Blades. Carroll, Clay, Collins, Doug reason .dedges referred to in the Democratic las, Drury. Egleston, Elder, iForgy, Platform will ibe enacted into law be- Fryer. Hammond, Hatton, A. B. Holfore the adjournment of the present land. Jno. W. Holland, Howell, Hunt- judge Hanbery Gives Jury Special er, Keller, Knight, Kuh, J. A. Leach, session of the Legislature. Instructions to Investigate Fully, "I preferred that H'c pr; on re- Harrison countv: Locbry. 'Malnr. And Return Indictment. but ilahin, Meyers, .McCica, O wings. form bill should be Palmer, W. A. Perry, W. Y. Perry. Department, when the Legislative RogHopkinsville. Ky.. Feb. 20. Bad without being so requested by me. Pogue, Polin, Price, Robertson, ers. Shanks, Spahn, C. B. Thompson, feeling that has prevailed between passed the prison reform .bill, withfeature. . which "hurman, Tieman, E. B. Wiley, Yan- the whites and blacks in the extreme out the southern portion of this county since was not required by the Democratic cey. Total 42. Ahl. Asher, Bakciy the killing recently of Lee Jenkins, Republicans. Platform, but which contained three important points that I advocated as Brewer, Hiram Brown, Cole, Gaines, a storekeeper, at Edgeton, by Tom relieving the Huntsman, Kirk, J. II. Leach, of Slaughter, a negro, culminated Wediudispewalble: Legislature from electing the piison Ohio comity ;31eycr, Paikcr, Sinclair, nesday night, when six masked men commissioners, giving to the Gover Smith, Stoll, Thomas, Ey B. Thomp- tool; Gus Evans and Will Dade, negroes, from their homes at Kennedy nor the authority tovapp'oint and ter- son, Watkins.Total 18. Against the amendment: about midnight for the purpose of minating the present prison system, Democrats. Bean, Bishop, Wal whipping them. Evans escaped which both political parties had con lace, Brown, Chunn, Dickey, Gray, from his captors, but it is said he demned, I believe it my duty to apHerrington. was wounded by shots fired after hjai Hamilton, prove the prison reform bill, as it Gregory, Jackson, Xiles Owen, Reed, Scott, as he ran. Davie was whipped se- -. had passed both houses with large Wilson. Total 16. Officers visited Kennedy verely. majorities. .Republicans. Farmer,. MeClure. Wednesday afternoon and brought "I was encouraged to. do this be Total 2. Davie with them. Evans is said to be cause only eleven days remain of the The railroad rate bill was in Clarksville, .Tenn.. and Deputy present session, and if I fail to ap Committee of the Whole Sheriff Smith went there after him. prove the prison reform ibill which House but final action on the measAs soon as the outrage was re- authorizes "the Governor to appoint Thursday. J ported Circuit Judge Hanbery call i ure was deferred" until commissioners, it three prisbn ed the graad jury into, court and gave probable that there will be po change JDEA-ffllSTthem special instructions to invesfi- been WINCTESTF-'V- S in the prison- system which had wire-pullers ct Bi-hoMc-Clur- e. (MIES Arnett's Bills Pass Senator B. iM. Amett brought up B. M. gate fully and if possible to return indictments. Davie went before the grand jury Wednesday afternoon, and says he BADLY BURNED was made to get out of bed. and in his bare feet and night clothes, was taken a distance of nearly two miles and tied up to a tree and. whipped Wife of Prominent Richmond Banker with a broad strap. He snyWall six is Saved From Possible Death by of the men took turns in wielding the strap. He says they charged him Negro Who Heard Screams. with talking too much about the kill- . ing of Jenkins and ordered him to "Ui. T?;..',.nn,1 T.'t- On itnty. lie said thc.mi Greenleaf, wife of John E. Greenleaf, I masked, cashier of the Southern Xationa! wcie Bank heie, while attempting to piit some coal in a stove late WednesIS day af tcrjioon in sume wf.y her dre.-- s caught tire and she is believed to AGAIN BEST MARKSMAN be dangerously burned. MRS. GREENLEAF TOBACCO SALES A good sale of tobacco was kaU Warehouse Frida morning. A total of 123.000 DuundaC were sold at oriees from .9 to .30. There were but few rejections and ices were from fl to $2 in adpi vance of tiiose of Tuesday.. A large part of the offerings was of low grades. Good gradea were, however, in demand. Planters' House At 2:43 the sales t the Planters' House were leported strong. About 223.000 pounds were on the floor. Prices' showed an advance of from ;?1 to .$3 on Tuesday's sales. Then-wer- e but lew rejections. Mr. J. D. Gay Scores S2 Out of 00 And Philadelphia Expert Gets Only 31. at the Scobee ran-rins- - 4 1 Paris, Ky Feb. 20. The second Cincinnati, Feb. 2S Cattle Acday of the big 'bird shoot at the tive and steady to strong at yestergrounds of the Hill Top Gun Club, in Bourbon county, attracted a larr:o day's prices; shippers $3.73(j.S3, ccvid of sportsmen from many plac- choice to extra $G.907; butcher es and witnessed the second victory steers, extrsi t.230.30, good t. for Mr. J. D. Gay, of Pine Grove, Claik county, against Mr. Il.irry Kahler. of Philadelphia. (Mr. being 92 out of a possible 100 biids, while Mr. Kahler brought down 81. The conditions of the contest were the same as those which obtainGay"-reco- rd choice .f3.230.13, common to fair .?4.3o3.13; heifers, extra $3.G3(Vi ed Monday, the first day, a d boundaries and rise, with a s. five traps, the targets being live The referee was aNo the Mr. Thomas A. Marshall, of Evai.s ton, which is a suburb of Chicago. With the exception of a stiiT wind the veather was ideal, and tlu occasion was greatly enjoyed by t'i-- enthusiastic crowd of gunsmeii and and other interested specta'ors. The range of the Hill T(p Gun Club the farm of .Mr. Alfred Clay, is one uf the most bcantiful spots in the and presented an umiMiaHy in attractive appearance Wedne-i.i- y 'bright sunshine, and with the national colors floating from the cl.ib house. The closing shoot of the lonrna-ir.will attract the largest crowd on the tiiat has, yet 'rounds, on account of the 'large stakes for which these twouns experts are contesting .being .300 for each day. 30-ya- rd pig-cone nt .?(, good to choice .'f4.733.C0, common to fair $44.30; cows, extra r4.C35. good to choice $4.234.G0, common to fair $1.734, canners $1.302.75; bulls strong under light icceipts and good demand; ibolognas $4.25(r3, ;.;ulls .(So; milch cows; good, steady to strong: common slow. Calves Opened steady; closed 30 (5"1 per 100 lbs., lower; extra .r8.739.30. fair to good :?79.23, extra $3.105.23, fat common and large .$48. Hogs Active; packers and butchers generally 10c higher; light shippers 13c higher: pigs lo25c higher; heavy hogs .ft).fioG.75, gopd to choice .packers and butchers $G.70 7(1.73. mixed packers ;fo'.G36.70. tags .3.23(3.23, common to choice heavy fat sows .fl.30(j?G.10, light shippers .i:GG.G3: pigs (110 lbs and less) .4.30(aG. $3.G3; extra Sheep Steady: good to choice .$3.23(o?3.G0, common to fair i?1.23(3. yearlings $4.'23 $3.23. Lamb- - Strong: extra .fG.73G.83 good to choice .GL13G.G3. comculls .3 mon to fair .?4.23G, :;.30. -- WOMAN'S HEART BREAKSJJNDER STRAIN Columbus. Ohio, Feb. 29. His nerves a wreck. Rodney J. Diegle is a patient in the enitentiary hospital, after one night in jail. It became known Wednesday night that the nerve which sustained Jiim to the last minute Tuesday' failed completely Wednesday TUgfft? after a sleepless night on his eeUiCot, and Diegle grew worse until ,it? became necessary to send him to the hosnit-a- l. Since the jury returned its verdict of "guilty" la- -t summer Diegle ha been under an enormous strain. Prison physicians say. his condition is not 'serious and that he will grow used to the place in a. few days. OUT OF PLACE Likewise Her Other Vital Organs, And Physician Says She is a Physical Wonder. Penn., Philadelphia. are a number of persons who think that some women's hearts arc but Dr. Koss V. in the wrong-place- , Il'atter.-o-n, Dean of the Jefferson Medical College, knows one woman whoc heart is. She came to the hospital recently to prove It, and Dr. Patterson alo found that nearly all of her other vital organs were out of place. Dr. Patterson ptomised not to reveal the name of the woman, but examined her and is ready to stand by her asesrt?ons. found that her The physician heart, which should bave been on the left side, was on her right. Then he discovered that her liver was not in its .customary position on the right, but on the left side, having changed places with her spleen. Her and appendix also was trans-posewas on the left. !Most of her other organs were likewise out of the ordinary positions. 20.--Th- ere WIPED lb. rv 1 At TOO LATE TO TOY (Kalem-Hi- THE LYRIC to-w- For Her Brothers Sake. s h.) P Chorus Girl Wife. (Lubin.) (Vita-grapTheir Charming Alama. .Miss Lillian Nice programme. ."L narmmgid Walker leads in Mtinee evervdav. 2:30 aM Children matinee Saturday '5 eta. i -. LB 1 UMWIW Mfltal. ii..juj, sZCjwfc. give up my boarding hou-- and leave GREETED WITH FROST Winchester, I wil sell at public" . acntion at 2fo. Id Lexington avenAs exppeted the proposed ten-yeue, on Moiwtey, March 4. all ray tcbacco pool was greeted with a IioasehoM ' aai kitchen furniture. frost here Friday afternoon. Mrs. Wouiack3B. Only four growers attended the : A & Finnell's meeting and none of these bad sign- - NflTlCE Patterson 20-- 1 Page two. , Al Sfials or ed at 3 o'clock in e ar i; 1 i mi lit if : it r :THE WIliCHESTEft'HEWg. 9Sf' i. P Att FOR LADIES 7th Sister, the Very Latest Style. S O N &, F N N E SHOES FOR A1L THE. FAMILY" ER I l . -- L: ' - WOE ALL MEN AND WOMEN I will give you free a sample of Dij. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, thzt have brought and Ii2ppiaess to thousands also a book on any crcnc disease you need. r The etory of. my free offer to you is quickly told. During my many years of pi I hr.72 used numerous combinations of curative medicines for liver ills. 1 hav,c kept record' of results in case after case, so that my staff of physicians and surgeons, at the Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., are able to diagnose and treat cases at a distance with uniform good results. 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But as "the faults of our departed brothers, we write upon the sands: .their virtues on tablets of love and memory," just so, today, when I gaze as from .afar off on my lif--- ' with the paper, the daily grind, the petty annoyances, the mistakes and failures are swept aside as a tale that is told, and there remains on the fccroll of my mind and heart, only the reeoid of loving deeds of friends and of the knowledge that I did the best I could. G OLDIE PERRY. and Mrs. Gentry ent to a local hotel. Mackey declared, whciu they were joined shortly afterward by Weightman, who exclaimed as h came into the room: "You thought I would turn rabbit, didn't you? l!ut I didn't." . Mackey told of other plans to kill Gentry, all of which ailed until the night he was shot when sitting in his home. The prosecution is attempting to show that the three were in a murder pact, because Mrs. Gentry was in love with Mackey. SOMEFUNNY BREAKS A ncw.spnpcr maij I- - $ 3V A. if lies aie particularly good for chilI:as made the dren, aged and delicate persons. Just received car of field seeds. following collection )l" freaks in Oct lalendur mo- -, continnooily If you suffer from chronic or ha Our clover cannct be surpassed. :fnd shows what tho mis- Initial constipation, k 2.40 Four wk8, 4 rimes a or the associate Buy before another advance. placing or omission of a word' or dr dependent chronic ailments, wc ifiiiir weefch. thrrj tim s wrek. 1.80 &, Supply Co. J. R. Martin COal 'vr.j 1.20 comma docs for a sentence. ks, twi liar, tt week urge you to try Rexall Orderlies at Wanted A furnishcil room ;y ai our rifk. Remember, you can get Sciilna MctlcesPer Line: old lady with electric lights. 5"oKr them in Winchester only at our store ecks. one tux ft w?ek. . .75 IT TAKES NERVExTO Wanted' A room by a young 'genBcwiifii notices, body type...7c tablets, 10 cents'; :i(J tablets. 2"i SELL GOODS CHEAP. tleman with both kinds of "as. Pars leading, mits heading. . . 15c SohV cents; 80 tablets, 50 cents. Wanted A room Jy a young gen- only at our store The Rexall Stre. Kkrr coutiuaocs insertions of same We have it. Having purchased tleman with double doors. rate. at double the ona-iiIPhillips Drug Store, 56' South more than 300,000 yards of tobacco Wanted A man to take care of street. Classnkd Per Word: canvas, when the market was ical horses who can speak German. i?3 lc.iertiou. anv editios lc low, we can afford to, and arc going Wanted Saleslady in corsets and Let us furnish you sever pipe, H'ip uisertions continuonfilV . . 2c to, undersell all competitors. Try s. when you get ieady to connect to three additional insertions. c us first, luforc purchasing elcswheie Wanted Ladies to sciv buttons on the city sewer; 'Prompt delivery Ost calendar mo., continuously. .10o A very good grade at 2 4 cents per the second story of Smith & Drown J. R. Martin Ca! & Supply Co. othiny counted less than 10 rords. yard. Come and sec it. building. No . iten charged oa Vookt for THE STAR. KTiOJIE, Wanted A dog by a little buy th&B 25 cente- , Judah & Feld. Props., with poiulud ears. HOW COLD AFFECTS vSouth Main street. Wanted A nice young man to run THE KIDNEYS. a pool room out of town. BLACKSMITHING. Wanted A bov- who can open oysAvoid taking cold if your kidneys ters with a reference. Yhen yon want good horseshoeing Cold congests are sensitive. the Wanted Experienced nurse for kidneys, throws too much work upon or any kind of repair work, don't 'tlZVj YOKX AND CHICAGO forget that we do all kinds of work-tha- t bottled baby. RANCHES IN rllL TIK PRIMCIFAL CITJC them, and weakens their action. Wanted An organist and boy to is done in a first-clablackkidney trouble and even smith shop. Reasonable prices; all blow tlie same. A VALEDICTORY. Bright's disease ma result. Wanted X boy to be inside and Strengthen work guaranteed. Your patronage your kidneys, get rid of Tlierc is in my heart today, a feel- solicited. T. M. Domigan, corner partly outside the counter. the pain and soreness, build 'them up Wanted A room for two young' by the timely ing much as I believe .a mother ha, Winn avenue, opposite D. S. Gay's use of Foley Kidney gentleman about 30 feet long and who sees the child of her heart, warehouse. 'Pills' They will enre any case of 20 feet broad. ivhom from infancy to maturity she kidney or bladder trouble not beyond Wanted By a 'respectable girl the guarded and cherished, go forth has reach of mediciiie. No medicine E PLOT her passage, to New. York, willing to can do more. into the arms of a new love, which, take care of children and a sailor. though it be as tender and as true, For Sale by All Druggists. DECIDED 8Y STRAWS Wanted A furnished room by a somehow mito her not quitl jjeems ladv about 10 feet square. the same. FURS! FURS!!,. fURSM! tomorrow when the first Plan by Wife and Ker Brother to Wanted A cow" bv an old-- ladv 'vWUl pay yon the Hfjcest Cash For on day is ushered in of the first glad Murder. Gentty Witness Who Caus- with' crumpled horns. Prices for your Furs. ' V month, the paper I have servspring For Sale X farm by an old gened Tragedy Avers. J. W. fflSEL ed and loved in dark arid sunny tleman without outbuildings: Bridge Junk Sbop y Oklahoma City. Qkla., Feb. 2!): weather, in failure and prosperity, For Sale --X nice mattress by an No. 23 North Maple si. goes forth into the keeping of a new Je-sK. Mackey, for whose sake old lady full of feathers. Easts Tennessee Phone 215, Home ' guardianship, which will give to it Thomas J. Gentry, a prominent citi- - For Sale X piano by a young lady Phone-596- : " legs- who is going the strength and impetus. the caio zen of Oklahoma City, was murdered with mahogany and guidance which an old man of in his home several months ago, on abroad in a. strong iron frame. the witness stand Wednesday turned seventy and a- - girl of twenty-thre- e For Sale A nice, large dag, will PEOPLE'S FORUM mighUnot impart. state's evidence and .related defcirls eat anything, very fond of children. To orHers; this wjll seem 'but a of a, most gruesome plot by 'Gentry V For Sale A parlor suite by an old business proposition, a transferring wife and Maurice Weightman,' her lady stuffed with hair. CHICKENS AGAIN ofkprcpcrty from one ownership to brother' Mackey . swqre that dfotli ." Lost A green party's leather To thesEditor of The Ke.ws: another a thing'tojbe arranged and: Gentry's wife 'and .Weightman tfant- then forgotten butto me it means ed ;fo dp ihevMjcV' and-thI heartily concur with the article' 'thej; v ;For Sale A'cottage by the sevenince 6fitcnder,ties as' of. tirew suaws'to ueterminecwno siiotua wih" aayjviiidow. . one .of 6'0lH" in Monday one fnend, tried tind loyal, from haw theprivilege of, killing. Gent ryu jLast Asilkusabrelja, by a lady subsf risers and citizens of Win?hest- i "I J7 g"C ' a . -t: lbi si .another. 2? On week, continuously 1.00 3.00 . . "Car, tiaeitj within on tion when we have a Boa id of foil cil that is 'fully competent and will- i;tg to j)iottct her citizens from any that might occur from any source whatever. Am sure thai they have overlooked this matter and lmo-t- t coiumoii-scn-- c treatment is Rexall Orderlie.-- , whi.-l- i wish to reinindtliem by the new.-proute before their next meeting arc eaten like candy. Their active when no doubt your grieveuces will principle is a recent scientil'c covery that is odorless, cn'mluss, be relieved. Xot knowing how you are agricvod. and tasteless:; very pronounce .1, i title, and pleasant in action, and par- will state in my own way how soma ticularly agieeablc in every way. of my neighbors and myself arc troubled with the chickens of others. This ingredient docs not cause First, in the spring they use our nausea, flatulence, griping, or other inconvenience. Rexall Order- flower beds in the Xrout yard for iadir.'--rhoe- to completely relieve you of constipation. We take all the risk. Yon :re not obligated to us in any way whatever, if you accept our ofiV-- . Thai's a mighty broad statement, but we mean every word of it. Could anything i)e mote fair for you? sips , 1 dusting thenisclve-- : the nest i the in which way we may be protected,' backyard and on back porches, well. and that my chickens he kept from i and then the premises Let us 'being damaging my neighbor. ed the garden is looked to for the shake and he friends. SUBSCRIBER. food for the younger one.--, all of South Main. V which is consumed bv earlv full, ehick-p, Al the while, we have our FURSll! FURS!! FURS! 211s penned or Li not have any at all for want of space for them while Will pay you the Highest Casi our neighbor two blocks away oc- eupies that portion of the town and Prices for your Fur3. J. W. H1SEL crop and so on. tells about Bridge Junk Shop, Now will make this statement for No. 23 Nortn Mapie st. s. Let us say fo Mr. your East Tennessee Phone 215, Home Councilman: Grant us some pro- I tectum," relying upon their judgment I'hone 596. er , his-stoc, sub-criherll-18-4- M J IP Owe It To Yourself fit M-ti- under-flannel- 1-- -- ;..);: Sc-rio- us ss , To. make sure of getting the most your money will buy in clothes. Best quality, proper fit. right style, all wool fabrics. In "Maxwell" clothes you get full value. These are the choice garments in town and you can't do better I than select your suit now. Values for the Spring will be much better; fabrics smoother and better. All in all you will find that we can help- stretch your bank account, your money will go farther here than HBWjSJf' e Drug nc4 Vf 1 1 trtL. W u & w ire Co - f An Early Inspection Will Be Appreciated pock-e'tbook- at -- ' '' . " issnef - Eupard Stewart 1 Zi&'jt lyrttK,' w wu$ such- snggC - eeeeeE' - v;r-.-; .ca ' s v.'aiitei'iaMHHiii'aBiiftdAiUK MkmAtifJrje- ..it- - Hf: I Ap- u- Tv r- 1 " THE WINCHESTER NEWS. ' . ' , i " E. . PafcTHrrr. BB It ill aa nil ii " I 1111 I Wa ftMi DnuW a uuuu r;t- - II rnai- il uuia ii - : i ' Class Every Day Watch JEWELER ARTIS & CO 4-- ' NEW SPRING SHOWING r : : - y ! 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 next few days beginning CH.BOWEN CALL AND see: II OPTICIAN it i i 0 - C IETY Mr. J. II. C. Xaff has returned fiom a trip io Pilts'jurg. Mr. J. E. Wood, of Lexington, his daughter, Mrs. Chas. Finnell, on Bums avenue. Ifev. Ceo. V: Shepherd, who has been ill forborne an operation at Gibson Hospital, in IJichmond. was taken b.ick to that institution Wednesday. It is hoped he will soon be restored to health. Miss SalIie Wnlden, the forelady of the Winchester Clonic and Suit Company, will leave Friday to take charge of the A. .M. Domb store m Mt. Sterling, to the regret of her many friends here. Mrs. Martha Brown continues quite ill. Mr. John Hediuon, who. has been at Cincinnati.'' has returned home.Mr. Chas.' Dudley has returned from an extended tour of .the soutH." Mi-- s Alma Watt.- - has accepted a with S. II. lues, & Company time-followpo-iti- Monday, Feb'y. 26 Jones Pigg. Corn d'itrg was married to Mr. Virgil Jones at' the parsonage by Ifev. IL C. Wriglu WctWsday afternoon. Mr. Jonc is the son o'C Mi. Kli "Jones, and is a popular'aml highly ' eVteerued young man. bride h one of thev ldvelie-- t His young ladies in the comity. ' Congratulation are extended. Ii JL CRASH RATINE and lasting only a few days. We will also offer for sale at the same time and place our store fixtures which are new and up to date. Everything not sold in the next few days will be sold at public outcry to the highest bidder as a whole or separately. Everyone knowing themselves indebted to the firm will please call; and settle at onceas the business must be wound up. " Mr. W. S. Duty, of Winchester, visited friends here s recently. .Jit. Sterling Advocate. ,'Mr. Jeff Stewar.. of Winchester, spent Sunday and Monday with his sister, Mrs. If. I). V'.ames: Mt. Sterling Advocate. .Mr. and Mr.- -. Jeff Hatliff have "to the regret aroveil to Shaip-lmrg. o'f their many fiie.ids'iii tins city. anL-relative- H. L. Gilbert & Co. BOTH PHONES. PIQUES Oxy-Acetyli- ne N NATURAL LINENS John Allen and family have cottage on I'nnis avenue, iccenlly occupied by Mr. :nn Mrs. Jeff Uatiili. Their home on Rust Proof Oats 2nd Canada fieki comer of IJiirn and College is to peas make the greatest feed of them be occupied by Dr. Wood, of Lexa!!... Now is the turn to. sow. ington, who came here recently from J. R. Martin COal & Supply Co. that city. liiovod to their Olii Wetding Of AutomobSSo Parts. I have installed a Modern Welding and Cutting Outfit . Specially Adapted to bile Paris "wadding Automo, such as t,yl:c? fr. crank co5es and all other parts of AutoaioHb- -. riachsnery5 G. We weld fell metals . Mr. and Mr- -. C. V. TJridwell will take rooms with Mrs. James Powell A WARNING AGAINST WET FEET next week, at OHs Lucy WsunV Wet and. chilled feet usually affce: boarding house, and' will remain there until they will go to Louisville, to the mucous membrane of the nose, throat !md lungs, and )a grippo, make their home. the and they are as strong or stronger than new. guaranteed. Oxy-Acetyli- ne rarrn wh fLHing fVicchanery, e Engines, Etc. Torch All work j- - CHAS. HAG AN, Machine and Repair Works, ARTIS & CO. Buick Hue. bronohitis or pneumonia may rcswlt. Watch carefully, particularly the children, and for the ro.ekins stubborn coughs give- - Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. It soothes the inand beals the flamed membranes, coughs quickly, lire. A. A. Swagel, ICroh, Wis., says: "It always give Foley's Honey and Tar Compound to my children. It cures their coughs and coldsand they like to take it." For Sale by All Druggists. ringing. Detectives Sullivan and O'Brk'ii, who hud beet detailed en the case, heard U'c sound. Sul'There's our man," livan to his partner, and while Newman was vainly trying to smother the clock, he was taken into custody. During the hearing one of the clocks again took a notion to get buy, and the unexpected sound the Judge and everyone in the room. whif-pcrfd Corner Broadway and Highland Don't buy a car until you. have investigated the TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS $850. to $1S00.; nothing quite as good at the price. Ask anyone who owns one. We carry in stock a full line of Tires and Tubes and all kinds of Auto supplies. Our prices are right, give us a, trial. We have cars ranging in price from il'crhaps there are some city subscribers wlio do not know that I have given up the city circulation of the j ! : III .Til1 f ALARM CLOCK GETS NO News. However, I am responsible for the circulation until February 1st. There are somo subscribers wlio have not paid to February The money is. due 1. IJ. and Goldie retry from inc. A statement of the circnlation account must be made Ma rah 3. U'Icase arrange to pay back subscription within the next DIVORCE few dnj's. W. II. MOOKK. WINCHESTER GARAGE E. lt. L KING Proprietor. Home Phone 21 East Tcnn.344, 11 , USE NOTHING COMMON BUT SENSE " Jury Reports to Justice ,Goff abbs CAUSES DOWNFALL Of Paul Newman, And He Is Sen- -, tenced to a Year in The Bl ideweil There Was No Chance of An FIRST LA GRIPPE, THEN BRONCHITIS. Agreement, And is Discharged. .. Such was the case with Mrs. W. S. Bailey. McCreary, Ky. "My viftv was taken down with a severe attack of la grippe, which run into bronchitis. She coughed as tho' she had and could not sleep at night- - The Doctor's medicine gave her no relief and I was advised to try Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. The first bottle gavo her so much relief that she continued using it and three bot.tles .effected a. permanent cure." 3(r. W. S. Bailey, says he is prepared to answer mil inquir-ies promptly. For sale by All Druggists. j FURS I FURS!! FURS!!! Thut HIGif ART t SPRING OPENING will continue until Saturday night. Don't fail to call 'and see our Spring Line Dresses, Skirts, Waists, and Hats. The best in town, for the money. WE CAN of-Coat- s, . . WORLD SAVING YOU MONEY New York, Feb., 29 Ethel Crok-e- r Breen, wife of John J. Breen. a tiding master, anT. daughter of forPentitentiary. mer Tammany Boss Richard Croker, has failed to win a divorce decree. Chicago, 111., Feb. 2!). One alarm The jury in the Supreme Couit clock caused the arrest of ll'aul New- Wednesday reported to Justice GolT and another hi- that then; was no chance of an man Wcdnc.-da-y conviction and sentence to a yeai in agreement in the case and it was the ftridewell. lie was sentenced to one year iii the 1'ridcwell and fined !Mrs. Breen charged her husband $10 and costs by .Municipal .Tude with having been too friendly with Cavcrly in the Deplaines street 'Miss Maude Dichl, a telephone opcourt Wednesday for- the theft of erator in the Grand Union Hotel, in the clocks and some clothing: from Toronto, on September ii last. iMiss, the rotaurant of A. Covillo, Tuesday Diehl and Breen testified during the night. trial of the divorce case that thev' had flirted a little and'had drunk: Xewman was arrested at IIaIt-eaMadison streets. Atten- gin rickey together, but had done and West warranted a divorce tion was attracted to him when one nothing-tha- t in his pocket began from Mrs. Breen. of theclocks - SIGNS A GOOD SIGN TO A BUSINESS fS THE SAME AS A LOCOMOTIVE TO A TRAIN. ;A 1 A. LYNN PERRY FfuooiatForest Grove Friday, Ofrs.'-SatJFel-rnarV BUT THE 1 iiHiinurn wrr ni mi n ik lK.uluaiv aiht m w. me. in a full supply of Garden Sleds either in bulk or package. When in need of Seed Potatoes,don't forget that we have thntn. first-clas- s groceries call at the HoTie If ydu'-wan- t of Pure Foods. We have just received A. M. DOMB, Manager. Try .Hollar's Special Coffee Vfi ST " 1 1 " 1 Elks Building StreetH'3' V4 Both Phones 2B. the Highest Cash is IlUIe. o AVinche-le- r; i Piiccs for yonr Fnra. Iilr father, Artlnir Parker-siVf. HISEL J. Eliza Goff has returned after Bridge Junk Shop, .1--...- .. .v to 'icr grammioincr. No. 23 North Maple st a ,cv da at. North Mid!-- t East Tennessee Phone 215, Ilorai ' Bcvevaj from fpl.i.'e attendt l'1 Phone 596. ytKLSlmo court at Tiiirficter Mvij". 5lr., .Shar Iiinruer INDIAN FIELDS f visiting his Lexington. brother, jOscar, at Irs. Flovd Clav spent last Tveek ilks 'Kdslaide Stevenson enter- with, her mother, Mrs. ITcKinley, in taJad-vlleeighth grade pnpils with Winchester. afchlrf party for Washington's f rcps Mr. "jameEraii of Jprth (ManJ.Bobert Kfntorell Will pay you : MM Zfir il' i4 Br i vi.-it- iii 5 if ACnT!Aji 'ACT t vi-- xt F - - . Mm B6thMefc yie.tott7i yisUedvl..slstits fcuring the Gojff,kfetreefc -- 1 : wweFwir. Vf. " fciWMWttg h , J, .f ...i'-- " TO ROOSEVELT ' v , - THE WINCHESTER WEW1- - ' , J. i A It I BODY BLOW GIVEN QUiOKLY STOPS FALUAG PllBLIC'SM! account xf being transfernd to,,. , HouisvilI will offer at public sale, a On On ciAssracoiiiH CLASSIFIED SUPPORTERS Itching Scalp MR. FARMER at , ADVERTISEMENTS To Capture Any Material Portion of Vanishes Overnight ' fif tmeclUw .... isrfrlrr. the 78 Delegates From Pennsylva- And Dandruff Abolished. ; Does the saving of a dollar appeal to nia to Republican Convention. you? IE SO DON'T FAIL TO SEE OUR LINE OF Horse Collars, Back Bands, v Belly Bands, ; Bridles, Blind Trace Chains. Breeching, and Hames. "Washington. iFeb29. .What is be lieved to be a body at the effort ofij the supporters of Colonel Roosevelt . to capture any material portion of I the 78 delegates from Pennsylvania to the Republican National Conven tion has been delivered by a judicial decision in Philadelphia. In a decision involving injunction proceedings, Judge Sulzberger, of the i Court of Common Pleas, holds, in effect, that those persons, who voted the Keystone ticket at the last general election in Pennsylvania are not eligible to participate in the forthprimaries at coming Republican which delegates to the national convention will be chosen. The Keystone party is an independent political body local to Penn sylvania, and .was formed largely for the purpose of fighting the regular Republicans of insurgent tendencies. -- MODERATE ejccess of food There' is one"b.air tonic .that you at 2o'clock, p. m., at my residence is orobably" harmless If not actually beneficial. It Is not safe to sail can put your faith in and "that is 213 Burns avenue, my housejold and too near the wind In matters of diet. Hutchinson. .PARISIAN SAGE. kitchen furniture, consisting of the FOR THE FRUIT CELLAR. ; tt tlon. a wcrtf par oontk. fcjrtlcn. 'It stops falling back. hair, or money following: 2 1 2 2 1 1 7 1 folding beds' plush couch. druggets. center tables. . Barry Was Nominated In the Gubernatorial election if 1010 the party nominated former State Treasure aBrry, a Democrat, or Governor, and, while he polled a iaige number of Democratic votes, the bulk of his support eame fr.iai 'On the dissatisfied Republicans. state ticket the party polled 38 per cent of the total vote, as against i2 per cent polled by the Republicans Now, the Republican Keystones ilcsire to participate in the Republi can primaries, but the Cobras dicis- iou is that onlv those who voted hie Republican ticket in the last elec tion are entitled to vote as Republicans in the primaries. TOM COWAN BACK. We have the most complete line in the city. Bought right, therefore can sell at the right price. See us and save money. r Grubbs , & s Benton Winchester, Ky Cor. Main & Broadway AGENTS FOR VULCAN PLOWS Tom Cowan, the popular barber, is back at his stand in the .MeEldowncy Building and is now ready to serve his old friends and customers wheie vou will always get prompt and first olncc cpri'lPA..." O V. 1 1 ,s gone ,j0 not fall to- - prepare corn rHRh. Cut the corn from two aozen ears, chop fine! one head of cabbage, four large Onions, four green peppers and add a" quart of vinegar. Boil all together. Mix three cups ot sugar, thrpivfourths ot a cud of flour, half a cup ot salt, a fourth of a cup of mustard and a teaspoon of tumeric. When well mixed add to the vinegar and vegetables and boll half an hour; aaa two teaspoonfuls of 'celery seed and put away for winter use in sealed glass jars. Quinces come late in the season. rsrnfo gm)' rnnk with enual narts of sugar for a dellcjous concoction called quince honey. It may De serve.a any time as a garnish for plain ice cream or for dainty pudding garnish Pears are so much more delicious rannpd in the following manner than In the way so many put them up for Pare and prepare them in winter: nunrtprs or elehths. Put them with half their weight in sugar in a stone crock and let stand over night. In the morning cook slowly on the back of the stove until perfectly done, then ran as usual. Lemon may be added if desired, but the fruit is much better flavored than when canned quickly Thf. thrifty housewife has been packing her eggs for winter use while Uiey are cheap. Either water glass or lime water makes a gpod.prepara tion to keep them. Mnlce a list of all fruit vegetables, preserves and relishes that are in the store room and cellar. Then a glance will tell you what to choose without losing the time to look over several dozen jars. Have everything labeled, for no la eood for several months, and it saves many disappointments in opening the wrong jar. If one can make their sausage at kppn it in corn husks and smoke it. You will find a delicious nnr npvpr before eXDOrienced. Some do not care for the smoking, but dip It after being wrapped in the husks and well tied. Into hot fat, which will Ken! it. and it may then be packed in layers in a box. Keep cool, and-i- t will keep for several years. ReliBhBefore thejsweet corn 'Stops itching scalp, or money back And Phillips Dru;r Store the druggists you know so well are the ones who sell it. PARISIAN SACK is a splendid hair dressing; it is so daintily per fumed and refreshing that it makes the sealp feel fine the minute you apply it. It is used daily by thousand? of clever women who realize that PARISIAN SAGEi keeps their hair iustrous and fascinating. If you have hair troubles get PARISIAN SAGE today at Phillips Drug Store Large ind druggists everywhere. bottle 50 cents. Don't forget that Yellow Jacket Coal beats any thing you ever tried- J. R. Haitin Cnal & Supply Co. far f . ha lbn 25 etnft. J f TRACY AND STOKELY " dresser. wash stand. rockers. white iron bed. , A BARGAIN. i..- ' 1 settee. 1 dining table. .) . ', " t pair lace curtain.' 1 refrigerator. 30 chairs' 41 yards of matting. .") If sold at once: house of 4 room?; hit oO.vloO: cistern gas, outbuildings. rents at $10 per month; here is a chance, to net 10 per cent on your lueslment. Office in 'McEldowncy Building BOTH TIIOXES STRAYED Small bay pony. . Call phone 2" I. ter. FOR rugs. Shetland T. J. 0 window shades. 4 screen doors. gas cook Kitchen utensil--- . 2 kitchen tables. 1 Bissells Carpet Sweeper (new.) An many other articles too num erous to mention. 1 C. V. BRIDWELu ste. RENT Residence and P. Ilieatt. ROOMS FOR RENT Apply at College street, or call Home phone 341. FOR RENT A. MEAL! MEAL!! tt MEAL!!! Terms cash. E. E- - When in need of any meal don'i "'orget that we have the old fash on water mill stones and do custon grinding." T. XI. Domigan, opposite David Gay's warehouse, on cornei a-ni Winn avenue. ss -1 Loomis, auctioneer. lly old house of ten rooms on 'Maple street. Apply to J. Earp. FOR SALE down town cr EXCHANGE Fpr property or farm, a nice 7 room houe with water, gas, meat house, nice barn, plenty f n;ii and three extra lots. Todd BrpS. -1 4) 2t .' ; 7 FOR RENT Koich tzfj.o Kcfisst to put ou nria I11 . oil acd to tin lie ll:lcu, " rcr. K.Y IciboJr & -. COLLAR Four or five rooms, .gn and cistern. Home phone GfJ,7tr. apply at No. 110 North IlighlSftH. iV Yonng men musical education at very cost should join Modern Woodffia of America Band and Orchestra. For particulars apply Gio. H'. afackie. director, at Barnes: Grocery or Dr. E. B. Bush, pres'uknl, Fraternitv Building. WANTED I "I was ashamed of my face." writes JIIss PIckard of North Carolina. "It wnts nil full nf nlmnlcs find scurs. but D. D. after usingcan say D. Prescription for Kczema I that now there i3 no sign of that Eczema and that was years ago." three This is hut ons of thousands of cases in which D. D. B. has simply washed D. D. D. away the shin trouble. cleanses the shin of the germs of Kczema. Psoriasis and other serious skin instantly, and diseases: stops the itch soap the cures when used with D. D. P. permanent. Nothing like Fecm to he P. P. P. for the complexion.enough to Trial bottle 25 cents, prove the merit of this wonderful remedy. TVo can also give you a fun slza hottle for S1.00 on our absolute guarfalH antee that If this very first bottle nothtotglve you rclier it will cost you OPERA HOUSE ALL THIS WEEK - li- - t -- lttlC THE SOUND SLEEP . TheNew Depositor Citizens National Bank Near Court Houkj. Winchester, Ky. Id this bank may be assured of receiving direct personal attention and prompt service, All we ask is an opportunity to serve yon that we may prove tie quality of our banking service. We invite yon to call and see ns. Corner Main and South Court Street. Gr,ows hair andv we Danderine can prove it - No. 2148.1 OF THE CONDITION REPORT OF GOOD HEALTH OF, THE . CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Is not for those suffering from kid ney ailments and irregularities. The At Winchester, in the State of Ken tucky, at the uiose ot business, prompt use of Foley Kidney Pill. 'February 20, 1912 rheumaand will dispel backache tism, heal and strengthen sore, weak Resources. v ing. and ailing kidneys, restore norma'. Ijinnt ant Hisnnnnts S303.923.08 am! Overdrafts, secured and unse action, and with it health For Sale By Strodes Drug Store. 5,040.27 cured Mrs. (XI. F. Spalsbury, II 5?, Rnnrfs tn sp'cure circula itrength. 100.000.00 tion Sterling, 111., says: "I suffered great 1,000,00 Bonds, Securities, etc anVl kidneys, could pain in my back Banking house. Furniture, and 8,000.00 Fixtures not lecp at night, and could not Due from National Banks (not my ihead. But raise my hands over 3,726.42 reserve agents) ANDREW H. HAMPTON, Jr., two bottles of Foley Kidney Pills Due from State and Private Banks and Bankers. Trust cured me. Foley Kidney Pills "have Companies, and Savings Atto'rney-at-LaBanks - 2,784.48 my heartiest endorsement." w "THE WHEELER SISTERS 1 FOR SALE The B- i- Kun Coal, th best on the market; yards on West Broadway. Clark .County struction Company IT Con- 11-28- POULTRY HUB EGGS FOR SALE -, EGGS 16 - PEOPLE 16 6 Big Vaudeville Acts 6 from pure Iihcil.j Island lied- or v.ill book your- - or75 cenW der for later dcliveiy. Claude per ?ettiu2 of l."i e.U5? Scobce. 2." Alabama street, Home phone 70S. , FOR SALE ")0 extra nice Uliode I land ll?t cockrels. Hom'i plionf 'jHair Becomes Soft, Fluffy, Lus trous and Beautiful Immediately After a Danderine Hair Cleanse jGet a 25 Cent Bottle Now and fForever Stop Falling Hair, Itching Scalp and Dandruff - Due from approved Reserve '25,161. 57 For Sale by All Druggists. Fraternity Building Agents. 538,51 Checks and other Cash Items.- Notes of other National Banks 12,814.00 Winchester, Kentucky. Enroute car each of No. I Timothy Fractional Paper Currency, 25.00 Nickels, apd Cents Hay for the horse and mules; No. I Lawful Money Reserve in the cow. PENDLETON, BUSH & BUSH Bank, viz: Clover Hay and Alfalfa for $17,003.15 Specie Get your order in before it is all sold. Legal-tend20,003.15 notes 3.000.00 Attorneys-at-La- w J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. Redemption fund with U. b. Treasurer (5 per cent, of 5th Floor ilcEIdowney Building er THURSDAY NIGHT "HEART OF THE BLUE RIDGE S13-- " Insure m STROTHER'S ' Prices 10, 20 & 30c OLD RELIABLE circulation) Total 50.00 little Danderine now .will immediately double ythe beauty of your hair No difference how dull, faded,-brittland scraggy, just moisten a cloth with -- Da&derine and carefully drew it through your hair fuking one'imall strand at a time. The effect is immediate and amazing your hair will be liht, (fluffy and wavy and lave an appearance of an incomparable lustre, softness and luxuriance, the beauty and shimmer of true lair health. Try as you will after an application of Danderine, roa cannot find a single trace of dandruff or a loose Jot falling hair and your scalp will not itch, but what will please you "most will be after af c w week's fine and fuse when you will actually see new hair, downy at first yes but really new .hair sprouting " "all over the scalp. ' Danderine is to the hair what fresh showers of rain (tad sunshine arc to vegetation. It goes right to the koott, invigorates and strengthens them. Its (producing properties cause the hair to growbun-fdaatl- y ' long, strong and beautiful. A FURS!!! FURS!! FURS! yon the Hignesi Cash Will pay Prices for your Furs.. , J. W. fflSEL Bridge Junk Shop, - No. 23 North Maple st. "Rust Tennessee Phone 215. Home Phone 596. ll-18-4- $483,351.58 Winchester, Ky. Liabilities. M. STEVENSON 50;000.00 J. Surplus fund ExpenUndivided Profits, less Attorney-at-La8,989.70 ses and Taxes paid National Bank Notes outstand98.400.00 60 S. Main St. ing Winchester. 208.30 ' Due to other National Banks. Banks Due to State and Private 2.281.17 and Bankers -w Try To Get In Ky 1 1 FIRE INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE AGENCY Kffi:e Fratzmlty Cliz Pbem 185 r.nWol ttnr-- nairl In VUpitUt ilium J1"'" - $10(1 000.00 ''- For Sale or Rent! EtJRIO t term Utu Ctt<rl e E. E. LOOMIS lt.D.eofi abun-hfeac- e; check I See us for ycur p!ovs, Oliver, Vul- - Certified checks ervea .or taxes. can and Syracuse... They cannot he 217,616.76 4,225.00 x Auctioneer McEldowney Building, Winchester, SHORTHAND Ky. beaten. Drive in and let us ioan one in your wagon. J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. Total $4S3,351.38 State of Kentucky,. County of Clark, ss.: I, A. n. Hampton, Cashier of the filinvn-nnmp- Clark County National BANK lizmi WlrCttWt Kerchants, tit .vassal? f MZWXE- - , fl n'nnk. fin SoIemillV i ;fro any dnig store or toilet counter and' prove to i soft as an v Ms m&iK s thai it has been neglected or injured Trunk Trays. have lmnroved alonswlth i everything else In this progressive age. The trunk with one tray Is a rarity, and most trunks are made with fiv or six trays. There is such a demand 1 for trays that they are sold separately, and can be added to any trunk whenever needed. TrnnkB i swear that the 'above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and -- 1 just it, if fecve beautiful hair and jr Jy a'Tittle Danderine. lots ofsurpriseyou will you. awaits Real .C&'jf&z&' . J , r- - Valuable Fertllfaer. ...... (mm . numerous belief. A. 11. IIAUPXU.N, L'asluer. Subscribed and sworn to before me Call1 at J. 1. Stevenson's Law Oflice. this 28th day of February, 1912. R. 0. FITCH, Notary Public. January My commission expires watrfeHwDf. 19thl 1914.( i Correct Attest: , tf) ,;3V.-TJ..:WIL- Shorthand tanght by Miss Gracs Coyle. Thoronghness guaranteed. At Ilant, Kentucky, Clark county. G mik-- i from Winchester, on good pike acd in neighborhood of ,very best graded schools, a most duraf ble business property, consistin-oof goods, 2 nice storeroom, stock dwellings, blacksmith shop, 2 large gardens, in nil about 2 acres of land. Will tell at a bargain if taken at once. See G. II. Glenn 6"n the premises, or TODD BROS., Fsriurs flomc phone 472. "Winchester, Kr. life M H PUMI. DR. M. L. MYERS. Cssvha and Sdrplo. !53fiO,OOO.QOJ, T'l Till a'W taaien-FrittSfic- L '..l- - ? Read, "g- - T3 MUBOWM-CO- . WHnKfSfalMffai!i?f wStmmWKmmSm. ,ic4m 4 y&isP&d i Jiai',,