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Hate to get up these cold mornings? Get a "BIG ,
BEN," he's the most wide awake fellow we know.
He'll make it eas3' for you to get up.
Tlie marriage of 3IUs Blanche
Wassoii, of Khca Springs, Temi., to.
Mr. Till Day, of "this city, was sol
emnized in Paris on Monday.
The young couple eloped iii an au
to the Bourbon capital, where they
were united in marriage. Following
the ceiemony, they returned to thif
city, the bride going to the home of
her coumh. ilir-s Jlavy-. Sudduth,
where she had 'been visiting and hif
groom staying with Ills' parent.-?.
-When the rumor of the marriage
became current here, it was denied
! H . : by Uh'c young people,' hot- a 1 telephone
'l' YileWagc to Paris' brought news that
the license had been issued.
The bride is a student at Sayre
College, Lexington, and a lovely and
charming young iady. She possess
es an attractive personality, an 6 L
The bridegroom is a son of Mr.
and Mrs. John C. M. Day. and is a
member of a distinguished family.
He is quite popular in social circle-,
i and is a young man of upright char
acter. Mr,, and ,'Mr.s. Day have the be-t
wishes of a host of friends.
,; , , M. C.( Club.
! fThe meeting" of the M. C. Club, held
,with M. Shir!ey((LI:iddcii. was one
of the most interesting in its history.
1 Mrs. Lucien Beckner gave tliu
, Silk Hose, value up to 50c , Qc
Shirtwaists, $1.25 value 59c
Hertherbloom Skirts, values up to $1.75 89c
: Ladies' Underwear, $1.00 value 48c
Silk Waists in all colors including Messalinc, Taft'eta,
Chiffon and Lace, values up to $7.50 $298
Handkerchiefs, values up. to 25c -TAo
Ladies Skirts, including Serge, Panama and Cheviot,
all colors, value up to $7.50 $298
Black Broadcloth Coats lined throughout with
Skinners Satin, values up to $25.00 $1000
Long Caracul coats, 54- inches long, values up to
Choice of Ladies' Purses
WINCHESTER CLOAK & SUIT CO. Inc.
A. M. DOMB, Manager.
Elks Building Both Phones 364.
61 Main Street jt' jt WINCHESTER, KY.
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magazine article on '-'The Republic of
Liberia," which was much enjoyed.
Mrs. C. II. Dietrich gave an in
structive paper on "The Ma
donna in Art," illustrating her re
marks with three hundred and fifty
Madonnas. 'Practically every ar
tist's conception of "the Madonna"
was represented, and the paper was
one of the most enjoyable features iff
the meeting. t
Mrs. Owen Pitch gave an ; able
reading' on. '"Tlic Power of the Moving
Picture Shows for Good." Mrs.
Fitch 'explained xhow the childish
milid was impressed' with the lessons
taught by the photo-plays.
At the conclusion of the session,
delightful hot chocolate, sandwiches
and wafers was served by Mrs. Hid
den The M. C. Club is doing a wonder
ful work, and is a power for good in
the community. It was this Club
which undertook the sale of the lied
Cross Stamps in this city. Through
it- work, about 1,000 posers on the
evils of the hou-c' llv and many tu
berculosis posters were distributed
here, and a gieat step was taken to
waids the sitpprcs-ion of ob-eene
po-tal cards. A prize is being offer
ed by the Club for" the best civic
work done during the year in the col
ored school-. Four Juuior Civic Lea
gues were organized here during the
in all colors, values up1 to
tJnder order of
for the Eastern District of Kentucky,
I am retailing the stock of Rosa Frank,
Bankrupt. Now is your chance to buy
your clothes at
LESS THAN COST
Sale ns -now going on. Hvery
article in the store miist be converted
into cash, at oncei"
The stock .consists ot Men s and
Boys' Suits, Overcoats, Shoes,
Hosiery, Gloves, Sweaters and all
kinds of furnishing goods.
GEO, FOX, Salesman,
past year. The- chairman of thi.-
work, Mrs. C. IT. Dietrich, is "also
chairman of"the State Junior Civic
League. An effort will be niaU'e to'
organize a, permanent Civic League
Under the auspices of the M. C.
Club, Miss Chinn, of State College,
will deliver a lecture here soon on
The Club has doubled its member
ship during the past year and is still
growing. Though comparatively
nmall it is accomplishing a great dea'
for the good of the community. The
members arc lending their aid to a
hill for woman suffrage, and to all
work along Federation lines. The
testing of milk is one of many re
forms brought about by the M. 1'.
The next meeting will he held with
Jliss Uosa Justice on Wednesday,
Mrs. W. E. Singleton has returned
home, after a three weeks' stay at
Ft. Garrett, Woe d ford county, wheir
she was with her mother. Mrs. Mari
etta Gooch, at the time of her death.
Miss Bettie Wilson and Miss Kate
Barbec, of Lexington, were visiting
Mrs. It. F. Scobee, on Winn avenue
last week. Miss Wilson has returned
home, and Miss Barbec will remain
for a longer vi-it.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Clark are, mov
ing fiom South Main atret to Mr.
Ben Myers' residence on Burns av
ence. Mr. Myers will occupy room?
at the residence.
Mrs. C. V. Bridwell is recovering
from several days' illness.
Itev. Geo. W. Shepherd will return
Wednesday from Richmond.
Miss Laura Spurr is in this city
to organize a class in art among the
teachers in the Winchester City
Mis Lctitia Warren, of Danville,
who has been visiting her sister,
iMrs. Lucien Beckner, is attending a
honse party given by Miss Elizabeth
Simusbn, in Frankfort.
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Mrs. Smith Kerr and Mrs. D. T.
Matlack left Wednesday mornuig
El -M, (IEI0, Sales Ladies.
for Clearwater, Flu. Mr. Matlack.
will join them later.
Mr. James P. Menifee has returned
to her home in Knoxville, after a vis
it to her kter, Mrs. Lucien Heckner.
I Mis Lois Dietrich has returned to
Hichniond, after a visit to her par
Mr. Lucien Beckner is in Nashville.
only the purest and frcslicst med
icines on sale at the Brown-Procto-ria
Pharmacy the store of quality.
Many People Cannot Pronounce
Name of World's Most Famous Ca
Iligh-o-me that the proper way
to pronounce HYOMEI the old relia
ble remedy, that has rid tens of
thousands of people of that vile and
IIYOMEI is made of purest Aus
tralian eucalyptus combined with
thymol and other effective antiseptics
and is guaranteed to be free from
cocaine or any harmful drug.
IIYOMEI is guaranteed to end the
misery of catarrh, asthma, croup,
catarrhal deafness, bronchitis,
coughs or colds or money back.
Breathe it that's all, no dosing the
stomach. Complete outfit, including
indestructible inhaler, $1.00. Extra
bottles of HYOMEI, if needed, HO
cents at Phillips Drug Store, and
FURS! FURS!! FURS!!!
Will pay you the Highest Cash
Prices for your Furs.
J. W. HISEL
Bridge Junk Shop,
No. 23 North Maple st.
East Tennessee Phone 215, Homi
Phone 596. ll-18-4mo
"What b your new automobile's
horse-power?" "Well, It took two t
haul ,home other day." .
I will rent at public outcry on
Courtilay, Monday, January '22. at
11 o'clock, a", ni., in front of the
Court Hoiue; about GO acre of cul-tivatin-r
land and '25 acres of gra.
land. It has on it a good dwelling
and all other necessary outbuilding-.
All of this land is river bottom land.
Is situated 1 mile, cast "of Jackson
Terry in Madi?on county. .
i'arties de.iinng any turtuer jntor
raation call on or address:
II. CLAY HODGKIN',
l-16-5t Winchester, Ky.
FURS! FURS!! TURSU!
Will pay you the Highest Casb
Prices for your Furs..
J. W. HISEL
Bridge Junk Shoj.
No. 23 North Maple st
East Tennessee Phone 215, Home
Phone 596. ll-18-4ino
A LIBERAL OFFER
We Guarantee to Relieve Dyspepsia.
If We Fail The Medicine Costs
To unquestionably prove to the
people that indigestion and dyspepsia
can be permanently relieved and that
Kexall Dyspepsia Tablets will bring
about this result, we will furnish the
medicine absolutely free if it fails to
give satisfaction to any one using it.
The remarkable success of Rexall
Dyspepsia Tablets is due to the high
degree of scientific skill used in dei
vi-iiig their formula. 'as A'elF its to
tho care -exercised irf their manufac
ture," whereby' the Well-known prop-
erties'of Bismuth-Subnitrate. and
Pep-in have been combined with-Car-,
initiative- and other agent's'.'
BiMuuth-Siibnitiatc and : Pep-in
are constantly employed-' in id fueog
nied by th6 "entire medical' profes
sion as invaluable in the treatment
of indigestion and dyspe'p.-ia.
The il'e'p.-in used in Rexall Dyspep
sia Tablets is carefully prepared so
as to develop its greafesf 6fliciency.
Pep-in supplies' to' the digestive ap
paratus one of the most important
elements of the digestive fluid, With
out 'it1 the digestion and assimilation
;of food are impossible.
The Carminatives pos-ess' prop
erties which" aid in relieving the dis
turbances and pain caused by undi
gested food. This combination of
these ingredients makes a remedy in
valuable for the complete relief of in
digestion and dyspepsia.
We are so certain of this that we
i'e you to try Rexall Dyspepsia
Talbets on our own personal guaran
tee. Three sizes, 25 cents, 50 cents,
and $1.00. Remember, you can ob
tain Rexall Remedies only at our
store The Rexall Store. Phillips
Drug Store, 50 South Main street.
Value of a True Friend.
A sure friend is best known In an
adverse state. We know not whom
to trust till after trial. There are
some that will keep us company
while it Is clear and fair who will bo
gone when the clouds gather. That
is the only friendship which is strong
er than death; and those the friends
whose fortunes are embarked in the
same bottom who are resolved to
sink or swim together.
The Ubiquitous' Spender.
"He" spends like a prince," his
friends sayl "He throws it around like
tc drunken sailor," says the others
After all, be gets rid of it. And you
can pick your simile from any class
of society you choose and still be
8tarve to Gain Weight
The fat one who has been cut out
of meals galore will now rejoice. The
last cure for thinness is to omit every
other dinner. A man under such
treatment by advice of an up-to-date
physician has' gained at the rate of
two pounds a week. With Parisian
sppcla'lsu advising fire meals a day
L for o'besity it sounds as if the doctors
liked change as much as the mode
makers. Queer Remedy for Ague.
It was prescribed by an old super
jtitlon that If those who were affect-
, e"d with, ague would visit at dead ot
i night, the nearest cross road fire dlf
jfrent ti'meff'and ' tlierf bury'a new laid
.egg. the' 'disease would' be- burled, ir
the experiment- failed; they .attributed
it to some unlucky accident that may
iiave. befallen them, on th way. .
R. P. SCOBEE & SON CD.
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Rough and Dressed,
SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, SHINGLES,
the best that can be bought.
Home Phone 47
is the best selling cough medicine
on the market to-day because it
does just exactly what a cough
medicine is expected to do: it stops
coughs and colds speedily and effec
tively. Should he kept in the house
constantly where there are children.
A prompt helpf or croup and whoop
ing cough. Give if: to your children
Takeityourself . Contains no opiates.
The genuine is in a yellow package
FOR SALE BY AL DRUGGKig 1 '
In this bank may be assured of receiving direct personal attea
tion and prompt service.
. All we. ask is an opportunity -tO'Serve yon thaf..we my;prev
Hie .quality of oui banking service.. .
We invite you to call and see na.
Citizens National Bank
'Corner Main and Souta' Court Street.
I ii 1 1 m i
1 1 i mil
GRANT WITT & CO.
PLUMBERS and STEAM FITTERS
FRIGHTFUL POLAR WINDS
blow with terrific force at the far
north nnl play havoc with the akin,
causing red, rough or sore chapped
hands and lip?, that need Bueklen'.
Arnica Salve to lieal them. It makes
the skin soft and smooth. Unrivaled
for cold sore-, al-o bruies and pile-.
0:il '25 cents at All Druirsrists.
FURS! FURS!! FURS!!!
Will pay yon the Higiiest
Prices for your Furs.
J. W. IIISEL
Bridge Junk Shop,
Xo. 23 North Maple st.
East Tennessee Phone 213, Home
Phone 596". ll-18-4mo
. The Lure of Ambition.
Ambition often puts men upon do
ing the meanest o faces: so climbing
la performed In the same posture ,a
creeping. Dean Swift, ,
East Ten. P 147
Near Coart Imv
It means that
Steam or Hot
Water Heat is the
I most satisiactory
1 1 Heating System
yet. Let us give
you an estimate.
FURS! FURS!! FURS!!!
Will pay you the Highest Cas
Prices for your Furs., (
jlW.JIISEL i. r
'Bridge Junk Shop
No. 23 North ilapie stt
East Tennessee Phone 215, Home
Phone 596. Il-i8-4f.
Of all the misfortunes that couM
fall a human being, tho loss eti
is probably the greatest. aBcr jet
organ ot the-body Is so coasta
abused as the eye. The troubl
that the possessor of the normal ej
does not take into consideration
in all near work, as In reading;
lag. sewing, etc.. the eye Js cttT
engaged as well as the handj a'
brain, and that the eye only is at rert
when looking Int6 s$fce or -.
A man can hardly suffer any
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ork away1 from a funny story k waK
scheming to slip in as apropos or.
something that was said.
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