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WOE ALL MEN AND WOMEN
E R S O N &, F I N N E l -L:
I will give you free a sample of Dij. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, thzt have brought
SHOES FOR A1L THE. FAMILY" . '
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
7th Sister, the Very Latest Style.
SEE THIS LINE OE MEN' SHOES
I hr.72 used numerous combinations of curative medicines for liver ills. 1 hav,c kept record'
We will guarantee to save you money if you will
2ive us a chance at your shoe business.
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. II
am going to. send you free a sample package of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, which. will relieve
biliousness and ill health due to a disordered liver.'' Write at ence for a sample or a book.
New Lot Velvet Boots at$3.50
White Nu-Buck Boots at-$4.W
16-Button Tan Boots at. J3.50
SPECIALS Gun Metals. Pat
ents, Kids all good styles only
$2.00 - ,
But for the permanent relief of blcod disorders and impurities, I
can recommend my "Golden Medical Discovery" a blood
medicine without alcohol R. V. PD2RCC, M. D., Buffalo, N. Y.
TAN AND WHITE BUCK
We have bargains that it will take a
ook to know, about
PATTERSON & FIN NELL
"THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY."
No. l N. Vain Street;
THE WINCHESTER NEWS
Dice. 109-111 South Main Street,
Daily, Except Sunday.
"Entered as second-class matter,
November 28, 1908, at the postoffice
in Winchester, Kentucky, under the
A.ct of March 3, 1879."
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Daily, one year $3.00
Six Months .. . . . 1.50
One Month 25
r- Payable in Advance.
Slsplay Per IqcA
Oku tijaa, any cditiom ..... . .9 .36
"Car, tiaeitj within on r-oak. . .SO
On week, continuously 1.00
Oct lalendur mo-, continnooily 3.00
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ifiiiir weefch. thrrj tim s wrek. 1.80
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Bcwiifii notices, body type...7c
Pars leading, mits heading. . . 15c
Kkrr coutiuaocs insertions of same
fit at double the ona-iime rate.
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H'ip uisertions continuonfilV . . 2c
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Ost calendar mo., continuously. .10o
othiny counted less than 10 -rords.
No . iten charged oa Vookt for
, th&B 25 cente-
'tlZVj YOKX AND CHICAGO
RANCHES IN rllL TIK PRIMCIFAL CITJC
Tlierc is in my heart today, a feel
ing much as I believe .a mother ha,
who sees the child of her heart,
ivhom from infancy to maturity she
has guarded and cherished, go forth
into the arms of a new love, which,
though it be as tender and as true,
jjeems somehow mito her not quitl
For on tomorrow when the first
day is ushered in of the first glad
spring month, the paper I have serv
ed and loved in dark arid sunny
weather, in failure and prosperity,
goes forth into the keeping of a new
guardianship, which will give to it
the strength and impetus. the caio
and guidance which an old man of
seventy and a- girl of twenty-three
mighUnot impart. f
To orHers; this wjll seem 'but a
business proposition, a transferring
ofkprcpcrty from one ownership to
another a thing'tojbe arranged and:
then forgotten butto me it -means
the sevenince 6fitcnder,ties as' of.
one fnend, tried tind loyal, from
eeeeeE' - -v;r-.-; - .ca ' s v.'aiitei'iaMHHiii'aBiiftdAiUK MkmAtifJrje- ..it-
Our Spring Shoes and Oxfords are coming in all
the lime and we invite you to call and see then and
densojwth language, as on the occa- j
sion when my carefully written cui-
tonal on "Friendship' by si mistake
of the make-wp man closed with the
edifying .statement: "For sale by "all
druggists for 25 cents;" times when
the boys who worked for so much per
week complained because it was so
little, and my troubles were m many
that had not my hair been peinia
nently red. it would have !cen prema
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.
Just received car of field seeds.
Our clover cannct be surpassed.
Buy before another advance.
J. R. Martin COal &, Supply Co.
IT TAKES NERVExTO
SELL GOODS CHEAP.
We have it. Having purchased
more than 300,000 yards of tobacco
canvas, when the market was ical
low, we can afford to, and arc going
to, undersell all competitors. Try
us first, luforc purchasing elcswheie
A very good grade at 2 1-4 cents per
yard. Come and sec it.
THE STAR. KTiOJIE,
Judah & Feld. Props.,
2-20-2t- vSouth Main street.
Yhen yon want good horseshoeing
or any kind of repair work, don't
forget that we do all -kinds of work
that is done in a first-class black
smith shop. Reasonable prices; all
work guaranteed. Your patronage
solicited. T. M. Domigan, corner
Winn avenue, opposite D. S. Gay's
DECIDED 8Y STRAWS
Plan by Wife and Ker Brother to
Murder. Gentty Witness Who Caus
ed Tragedy Avers. V
Oklahoma City. Qkla., Feb. 2!):
Je-se K. Mackey, for whose sake
Thomas J. Gentry, a prominent citi
zen of Oklahoma City, was murdered
in his home several months ago, on
the witness stand Wednesday turned
state's evidence and .related defcirls
of a, most gruesome plot by 'Gentry V
wife and Maurice Weightman,' her
brother' Mackey . swqre that dfotli
Gentry's wife 'and .Weightman tfant-
ed ;fo dp ihevMjcV' and-that 'thej;
tirew suaws'to ueterminecwno siiotua
haw theprivilege of, killing. Gent ryu
final details. They went to the Gen- j
try home, w'iieie Gentry was shot ami
j killed in his library. Mr,. Gentrv
secured possession of her husband's
diamonds in order to make, it appear
that he had been killed for the pur
pose of robbery, the witness said.
Immediately after the nmrder he
and Mrs. Gentry ent to a local ho
tel. 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
Mackey told of other plans to kill
Gentry, all of which ailed until the
night he was shot when sitting in his
The prosecution is attempting to
show that the three were in a murder
pact, because Mrs. Gentry was in
love with Mackey.
A ncw.spnpcr maij I:as made the
following collection )l" freaks in d
vertising. :fnd shows what tho mis
placing or omission of a word' or
comma docs for a sentence.
Wanted A furnishcil room ;y ai
old lady with electric lights.
Wanted' A room by a young 'gen
tleman with both kinds of "as.
Wanted A room Jy a young gen
tleman with double doors.
Wanted A man to take care of
horses who can speak German.
Wanted Saleslady in corsets and
Wanted Ladies to sciv buttons on
the second story of Smith & Drown
Wanted A dog by a little buy
with poiulud ears.
Wanted A nice young man to run
a pool room out of town.
Wanted A bov- who can open oys
ters with a reference.
Wanted Experienced nurse for
Wanted An organist and boy to
blow tlie same.
Wanted X boy to be inside and
partly outside the counter.
Wanted A room for two young'
gentleman about 30 feet long and
20 feet broad.
Wanted By a 'respectable girl
her passage, to New. York, willing to
take care of children and a sailor.
Wanted A furnished room by a
ladv about 10 feet square.
Wanted A cow" bv an old-, ladv
with' crumpled horns.
For Sale X farm by an old gen
tleman without outbuildings:
For Sale -X nice mattress by an
old lady full of feathers.
- For Sale X piano by a young lady
with mahogany " legs- who is going
abroad in a. strong iron frame.
For Sale A nice, large dag, will
eat anything, very fond of children.
For Sale A parlor suite by an old
lady stuffed with hair.
Lost A green party's leather pock
e'tbook." v ;For Sale A'cottage by a-gentlmau
wih" aayjviiidow. -'' . "
' jLast Asilkusabrelja, by a lady
.SCION S3.50 AND $4.00
JLOOK BEFORE YOU BUY
THINK THIS OVFR
This Offer Should Gain The Confi
dence of The Most Skeptical.
Wo pay for all the medicine ued
dining tlie trial, if our remedy fail,
to completely relieve you of consti
pation. 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?
lmo-tt .-iiieritic coiumoii-scn-c
treatment is Rexall Orderlie.-, whi.-li
arc eaten like candy. Their active
principle is a recent scientil'c
covery that is odorless, cn'mluss,
and tasteless:; very pronounce .1, i ti
tle, and pleasant in action, and par
ticularly agieeablc in every way.
This ingredient docs not cause dir.'--rhoea,
nausea, flatulence, griping, or
other inconvenience. Rexall Order
lies aie particularly good for chil
dren, aged and delicate persons.
If you suffer from chronic or ha
Initial constipation, or the associate
dr dependent chronic ailments, wc
urge you to try Rexall Orderlies at
our rifk. Remember, you can get
them in Winchester only at our store
tablets, 10 cents'; :i(J tablets. 2"i
cents; 80 tablets, 50 cents. SohV
only at our store The Rexall Stre.
IPhillips Drug Store, 56' South M-tin
Let us furnish you sever pipe,
when you get ieady to connect to
the city sewer; 'Prompt delivery
J. R. Martin Ca! & Supply Co.
HOW COLD AFFECTS
Avoid taking cold if your kidneys
are sensitive. Cold congests the
kidneys, throws too much work upon
them, and weakens their action. Sc
rious kidney trouble and even
Bright's disease ma result.
Strengthen your kidneys, get rid of
the pain and soreness, build 'them up
by the timely use of Foley Kidney
'Pills' They will enre any case of
kidney or bladder trouble not beyond
the reach of mediciiie. No medicine
can do more.
For Sale by All Druggists.
FURS! FURS!!,. fURSM!
'vWUl pay yon the Hfjcest Cash
Prices for your Furs.
' J. W. fflSEL
y Bridge Junk Sbop
No. 23 North Maple si.
Easts Tennessee Phone 215, Home
Phone-596: ' - U-18-4mo
To thesEditor of The Ke.ws:
I heartily concur with the article' .
in Monday issnef one .of 6'0lH"
subsf risers and citizens of Win?hest-
si J7 g"C ' " " I i
i . -a t: lb- . - -
lyrttK,' w wu$ such- snggC
w i- -
m stomach, biliousness and kindred derangements or the stomach, liver and Dowels..
In coughs and hoarseness caused by bronchial, throat and lung affections, exed
sumption, the " Golden Medical Discovery " is a most" efficient remedy, especially ii
obstinate, hana-on-couehs caused by irritation and congestion
branes. The "Discovery" is
To find out more about
Dracticai. succcsstui treatment
o:ie-cent sips to pay cost of
must it be expected to cure consumption m its advanced stages no meuicme wm ao ti
ior alt the obstinate, chronic coushs, whicn, it neglected, or badly treated, lead up to
tio:i, it is the best medicine that caa be taken." Sold by'all principal dealers in
' ar.d dheacc, get the Common Sense Medical Adviser die People s Schoolmaster m MedicB
revised and up-to-date book of 1000 pages which treats of diseased conditions and tH
Dractical. succcss'ful treatment thereof. Cloth-bound sent post-paid on receipt of 31 cents i
tion when we have a Boa id of foil i- . dusting thenisclve-: the nest i the
cil that is 'fully competent and will- backyard and on back porches, well.
i;tg to j)iottct her citizens from any i and then the premises 'being in-pect-damage
that might occur from any ; ed the garden is looked to for the
source whatever. Am sure thai they food for the younger one.-, all of
have overlooked this matter and which is consumed bv earlv full,
wish to reinindtliem by the new.-pa- , Al the while, we have our ehick
per route before their next meeting , 211s penned or Li not have any at
when no doubt your grieveuces will all for want of space for them while
be relieved. our neighbor two blocks away oc-
Xot knowing how you are agricvod. i eupies that portion of the town and
will state in my own way how soma , tells about his-stock, crop and so on.
of my neighbors and myself arc , Now will make this statement for
troubled with the chickens of others. , your sub-crihers. Let us say fo Mr.
First, in the spring they use our Councilman: Grant us some pro-
flower beds in the Xrout yard for
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
These are the choice garments
in town and you can't do better
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 elsewhere,
An Early Inspection Will Be
Nature's Way Is 'Tlie Best
Buried deep ia our Arr'cricca forest, wc nd bloodroot, queen's root, mandrake
and ctone root, o!den ocd, Oregon grippe root aid chcrrybork. Of these Dr. R. V.
Pierce made a pure glyceric extract which has been favorably known for over forty
years. He called it "GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY."
This "Discovery" purines th: blood and tones up the stomach ami the esdr
system in Nature's evm way. It's just ths tissue builder and tcr.ic you require.
Dr. Pierce savs: "Gtvc"rine nlzvs an important nart in
. Z. . J. .. - 1J .
dyspepsia and wcakstomach,
burn, roul orcatn, coatca ,ongue,
not so good for acute coughs
the above mentioned diseases
thereof, vlotn-nouna sent posc
mailing only. Address Dr.Pjerce
1 tectum," relying upon their judgment
LJr - Puree s Lrolden McHica Discovery m the cure of indigestion,
It To Yourself
r.j- - r , - i
attended by sour risings, ha
poor appetite, gnawing
of the bronchial mucoul
arising from sudden cola
and ail about the body
s Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y.
in which way we may be protected,' M
and that my chickens he kept from
damaging my neighbor. Let us
shake and he friends.
V South Main.
FURS! FURS!! FURSll!
Will pay you the Highest Casi
Prices for your Fur3.
J. W. H1SEL
Bridge Junk Shop,
No. 23 Nortn Mapie st.
East Tennessee Phone 215, Home
I I'hone 596.
Drug nc4 Vf
1 1 trtL. W u & w ire Co