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LAST WEEK OF SKATING
Kink Closes Saturday
WEDNESDAY NIGHT-Broom 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
Graves. Medal to winner.
FRIDAY NIGHT-Broom Ball. Auditorium Team vs. K. W. C.
Preps. 51b box of candy given to holder of lucky coupon.
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I Afternoon 2 to 5, admission and skates 10c; Night 7 to 10, admission 10c, skates 15c. ip
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ENAMEL WARE SALE
We wish to call your atten
tion to the fact that this sale
will only last TWO MORE DAYS
Wednesday & Thursday
12-qt. Rpil Edge Dish Pan, worth 75c 32c
Double. Roasters, regular 50c value 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
If you can't come phone 360.
Grubbs & Benton
Cor. Main .&v Broadway Winchester, Ky.
AGENTS FOR VULCAN PLOWS
R. P. SCOBEE
Rough and Dressed,
SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, SHINGLES,
the best that can .be bought. '
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SPECIAL ATTRACTION EACH
East Tenii. Phone 147
Miss Emma Pigg -will begin a sub
scription school the second Monday
Tuesday sales at Mr. R. A.
bee's warehouse in Winchester gave
general satisfaction. Out of about
115,000 pounds of tobacco not a sin
gle basket was rejected. The best
general average was that of Bone
Willioughby's, 435 pounds averag
ing $21.25 per hundred. His best
basket bringing $27 per hundred.
The second 'best average was that
of Thomas Epperson, 435 pounds av-1
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eraging $21 per hundred. His best
basket bringing $32 per hundred.
Beady Burton sold a horse to
John E. Brooshire for $100 and sold
a mule for $81.
TV. A. Stqphens had a" nice steer
to die last week woiVth about $40.,
Ernest Blackwell lias rented a
house near Hunt from Mr. Howard
Hampton and moved to it.
iMr. Sam Curtis and daughters.
Mis?cs Gertrude and iFannie Lon,
were guests at the home of Ben H.
Don't' forget that tickets are
sale for the Skovgaard Concert
Strode's Drug Store. 2-27
FURS! FURS!! FURS!!!
Will pay you the Highest
Piiccs for your Furs.
J. W. HISEL
Bridge Junk Shop,
No. 23 North Maple st
East Tennessee Phone 215, Homi
Phone 596. ll-18-4mc
ALMOST LOST HIS LIFE.
S. A. tid, of Mason, Mich., will
never forget his terrible exposure
to" a merciless storm. "It gave -me
a dreadful cold," he writes, "thai
caused severe pains in my ehest, sc
it was- hard for me to breathe. A
neighbor gave mc several doses of
Dr. King's New Discovery which
brougnt great relief- The doctor
said I was on the verge of pneumo
nia, but to continue with the Dis
covery. I did so and two bottles
completely cured me." Use only
this quick, safe, reliable medicine
for coughs, colds, or any throat or
lung trouble. Price 50c and'$i".00.
Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by
All Druggists. '
CHARLES LOUIS LOOS
Educator, Minister And Scholar So
Long, Connected With. Transylva
nia University Passes Away.
'Lexington, Ky. Feb. 28 Prof .
Charles Louis. Loos, at various times
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 recov
ery from which he suffered a relapse
in January, which' left- his condition
so weakened that he was unable to
rally. He was S8 years old Decem
ber 22 last.
Last October Prof. Loos contract
ed a bronchial trouble, which later
developed into pneumonia, during
which illness his condition was quite
critical for several weeks and hi.-
recovery" was for a time regarded as
doubtful. Shortly before the Christ
mas holidays, however, his recovery
was sufficient to permit him to bp
up and occasionally to leave his
During the first week of January
i,e suffered a relapse, and, although
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his physicians .pronounced him free
from symptoms v of pneumonia, the
first attack had left his physical con
dition too weak to 'withstand the rav
ages of his illness attenlent upon
the relapse, and Iris strength gradu
ally declined until death' came.
IProf. Loos 'was born near Paris.
France, December 32, 1823, and came
to America with the degree of Bach
elor of Arts from Bethany College'"
West Virginia, in 1840, and received
the degree of Master of Arts from
Butler College of Indianapolis in
1852, later receiving the degree of
Doctor' of Philosophy from the same
school. ' He was" president of Eu
reka, College, 111., from 1857 to 1858,
and president of Kentucky (now
Transylvania) University, Lexington,
the seventeen years from 1880 to
1897. After resigning the presiden
cy, he continued as professor of the
Greek language until 1909, when he
retired from active service as a ben
eficiary of the Carnegie Educational
Endowment iFuiidcontinuiiig. how
ever, to hold the position of Profes
sor Emeritus of Greek4, and Biblical
At Transylvania University he was
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
consecrated men who made" Transly
vania University famous as an edu
The funeral services will be heU
at the Central Christian church
Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
and iburial will take place in, the Lex
ington cemetery. The detailed ar
rangments for the funeral, includi.i'j
the selection of the officiating minis
ters, 'have not been completed, n.'id
will he a'nnounced later.
A meeting of the stockholders of
the Clark County. Fish and Game
Club is called for the Peoples Bank.
Saturday, the 2nd day of March
1912, at .10 o'clock, a. m.
R. R. PERRY, President.
S. B. TRACY, Secretary. 2-26-31
'Rev. Royal. J.jIJye, returned mis
sionary from Africa will speak at the
First Christian church (white) to
night on that conntrv and its habits.
The colored people are invited' to be
present, the gallery has 5been reserv
ed for them .on this occasion and it
is hoped that they will take advan
tage; of this ercepHohal treats" -
SATURDAY MATINEE 51b box of candy will be. given away.
SATURDAY NIGHT-Broom Ball-Last big masquerade. Three
prizes. $5.00 in gold to first; pair skates5 to second; boi
of candy to third. .
$10.00 to the Broom Ball Team winning the most
games this week.
FIRE INSURANCE AMD
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
Kfflca Fraternity BM&, Pbena 185
Capital - - SlOO.OfO
Undivided Profits. 1200.000
N. H. WITHERSOON,
W. R. SPHAR.
n"1 V OLDS ELTOia. Kmu met
AM ALL THROAT AND 1UKG TROUBLES I
GUARANTEED $A77SFACTOfV 1
ANDREW H. HAMPTON, Jr.,
PENDLETON, BUSH fc BUSH
5th Floor McEldowney Building
J. M. STEVENSON
60 S. Main St. Winchester, Ky.
E. E. LOOM IS
RmlMum. OfflMimnj 't"r
DR. M. L, MYERS,
WINCHESTER, KY. "aaauaaMBBtlBBaal
For Sale or Rent!
At Hunt, Kentucky, Clark county,
G miles from Winchester, n good
pike and in neighborhood of very
best graded schools, a most denia
ble business property, consisting of
storeroom. stock of goods, 2 nice
dwellings, blacksmith shop, 2 large'
gardens, in all about 2 acres of land:
Will sell at a bargain if taken at
once. See G. M. Glenn on' the prem
Home phone 472. Winchester, Ky.
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Capital and .Surplus
ALL THIS WEEK
16 PEOPLE - 16
6 Bif VaudfvHte Acts 6
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TRACY AND SIOKELY
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
Office in McEldowney Bail din J
BOTH PHONES -
STRAYED Small bay Shetland
pony. Call phone 254. T. J. Porr
FOR RENT Residence and store.
W. P. Hieatt.
WANTED I want to rent a 6 or 7
room cottage, centrally located
with modern conveniences. Apply
to Feld. 2-23-tV
ROOMS FOR RENT Apply at
College street, or call Home phon
FOR RENT My old house of ten
rooms on 'Maple street. Apply, ti
A. J. Earp. 2-2(Mf
FOR 'SALE or EXCHANGE or
down town property or-farm, 'a
nice 7 room house with water, gas,
meat Louse, uice barn, plenty fruit
and three extra lots. Todd Bnre.
2-20-1 2fc ?
FOR RENT Four or five rooms,-. gas
and cistern. Home phone 60jor
apply at No. 116 North, Highland.
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, preail
Fraternity Building. 2-l??U)&
FOR SALE The Big Bob CaL
best on the market; yards oaMUt
Broadway. Clark Coanty '(i4
. strnction Company. 11-
POULTRY AND El
EGGS FOR SALE from pure Rhode
Island Beds, or will jook your or
ddr for later delivery. , 75 cenj
per setting of 15 eggs. Claude
Scobcc. 25 Alabama street, Hotim
iphone 70S. 2-26itf
IR SALE 100 eztM nice Bbi
Island. Red pallets' and eeekrefe
'Binae phoae - 813-A.
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