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Hf: Tv 1 " THE WINCHESTER NEWS. ' ' " . PafcTHrrr. BB
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Class Every Day Watch
JEWELER
CH.BOWEN
OPTICIAN
CALL
AND
see: it
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0 C IETY
Jones Pigg.
- Ii Corn d'itrg was married to
Mr. Virgil Jones at' the parsonage
by Ifev. IL C. Wriglu WctWsday af
ternoon. Mr. Jonc is the son o'C Mi. Kli
"Jones, and is a popular'aml highly
eVteerued young man. '
-His bride h one of thev ldvelie-t
young ladies in the comity.
' Congratulation are extended.
" Mr. W. S. Duty, of Winchester,
visited friends anL-relatives here
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
aroveil to -Shaip-lmrg. "to the regret
o'f their many fiie.ids'iii tins city.
Olii John Allen and family have
liiovod to their cottage on I'nnis
avenue, iccenlly occupied by Mr. :nn
Mrs. Jeff Uatiili. Their home on
comer of IJiirn and College is to
be occupied by Dr. Wood, of Lex
ington, who came here recently from
that city.
Mr. and Mr-. C. V. TJridwell will
take rooms with Mrs. James Powell
next week, at OHs Lucy WsunV
boarding house, and' will remain there
until they will go to Louisville, to
make their home.
Mr. J. II. C. Xaff has returned
fiom a trip io Pilts'jurg.
Mr. J. E. Wood, of Lexington, i
visiting his daughter, Mrs. Chas.
Finnell, on Bums avenue.
Ifev. Ceo. V: Shepherd, who has
been ill forborne time-following 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.- 1
Mr. Chas.' Dudley has returned
from an extended tour of .the soutH."
Mi-s Alma Watt.- has accepted a
po-itioj; with S. II. lues, & Company
Rust Proof Oats 2nd Canada fieki
peas make the greatest feed of them
a!!... Now is the turn to. sow.
J. R. Martin COal & Supply Co.
2-29-2t
A WARNING AGAINST WET FEET
Wet and. chilled feet usually affce:
the mucous membrane of the nose,
throat !md lungs, and )a grippo,
! :
III .Til1
t
f abbs
SPRING OPENING
will continue until Sat
urday night.
Don't fail to call 'and
see our Spring Line of
Coats, Dresses, Skirts,
Waists, and Hats. The
best in town, for the
money. . .
WE CAN BUT THE WORLD SAVING YOU MONEY
-
wrr ni mi n aiht in
lK.uluaiv ik m w. me.
A. M. DOMB, Manager.
iiHiinurn
ARTIS & CO
4-'
NEW SPRING SHOWING
JL
CRASH
RATINE
PIQUES
NATURAL LINENS
ARTIS & CO.
bronohitis or pneumonia may rcswlt.
Watch carefully, particularly the
children, and for the ro.ekins stub
born coughs give- Foley's Honey and
Tar Compound. It soothes the in
flamed membranes, and beals the
coughs quickly, lire. A. A. Swagel,
ICroh, Wis., says: "It always give
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound to j
my children. It cures their coughs
and coldsand they like to take it."
For Sale by All Druggists.
ALARM
CLOCK
CAUSES DOWNFALL
Of Paul Newman, And He Is Sen
, tenced to a Year in The Bl ideweil
Pentitentiary.
Chicago, 111., Feb. 2!). One alarm
clock caused the arrest of ll'aul New
man Wcdnc.-day and another hi-
conviction and sentence to a yeai in
the ftridewell. lie was sentenced to
one year iii the 1'ridcwell and fined
$10 and costs by .Municipal .Tude
Cavcrly in the Deplaines street
court Wednesday for- the theft of
the clocks and some clothing: from
the rotaurant of A. Covillo, Tuesday
night.
Xewman was arrested at IIaIt-ead
and West Madison streets. Atten
tion was attracted to him when one
of theclocks in his pocket began
ringing. Detectives Sullivan and
O'Brk'ii, who hud beet detailed en
the case, heard U'c sound.
'There's our man," whif-pcrfd Sul
livan to his partner, and while New
man 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.
TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS
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
Monday, Feb'y. 26
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 pub
lic outcry to the highest bidder as a
whole or separately.
Everyone knowing themselves in
debted to the firm will please call; and
settle at onceas the business must be
wound up.
H. L. Gilbert & Co.
BOTH PHONES. N
GETS NO DIVORCE
Jury Reports to Justice ,Goff Thut
There Was No Chance of An
Agreement, And is Discharged. ..
New York, Feb., 29 Ethel Crok
er Breen, wife of John J. Breen. a
tiding master, anT. daughter of for
mer Tammany Boss Richard Croker,
has failed to win a divorce decree.
The jury in the Supreme Couit
Wednesday reported to Justice GolT
that then; was no chance of an
agreement in the case and it was dis
charged. !Mrs. Breen charged her husband
with having been too friendly with
'Miss Maude Dichl, a telephone op
erator in the Grand Union Hotel, in
Toronto, on September ii last. iMiss,
Diehl and Breen testified during the
trial of the divorce case that thev'
had flirted a little and'had drunk:
gin rickey together, but had done
nothing-that warranted a divorce
from Mrs. Breen.
1
We have just received a full supply of Garden Sleds
either in bulk or package. When in need of Seed
Potatoes,don't forget that we have thntn.
If ydu'-want first-class groceries call at the HoTie
of Pure Foods. 1 "
1 1
Try .Hollar's Special Coffee
il'crhaps there are some city sub
scribers wlio do not know that I have
given up the city circulation of the
News. However, I am responsible
for the circulation until February
1st. There are somo subscribers
wlio have not paid to February lt.
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
few dnj's.
W. II. MOOKK. ,
FIRST LA GRIPPE,
THEN BRONCHITIS.
Such was the case with Mrs. W. S.
Bailey. McCreary, Ky. "My viftv
was taken down with a severe at
tack of la grippe, which run into
bronchitis. She coughed as tho' she
had cc-nsumption 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 Com
pound. The first bottle gavo her so
much relief that she continued using
it and three bot.tles .effected a. perma
nent cure." 3(r. W. S. Bailey, says ;
he is prepared to answer mil inquir-N
ies promptly.
For sale by All Druggists. j
FURS I FURS!!
the
Will pay you
Piiccs for yonr Fnra.
FURS!!!
Cash
Highest
J. Vf. HISEL
Bridge Junk Shop,
No. 23 North Maple st
East Tennessee Phone 215, Ilorai
Phone 596. ' - ytKLSlmo
INDIAN FIELDS
Oxy-Acetyline Wetding
Of AutomobSSo Parts.
I have installed a Modern Welding and Cutting Outfit .
Specially Adapted to "wadding Automo
bile Paris such as t,yl:c? fr. crank co5es and all
other parts of AutoaioHb-. fLHing fVicchanery, ,
rarrn riachsnery5 G. e Engines, Etc. j-
. We weld fell metals wh the Oxy-Acetyline Torch
and they are as strong or stronger than new. All work
guaranteed.
CHAS. HAG AN, Machine and Repair Works,
Corner Broadway and Highland
Don't buy a car until you. have investigated the
Buick Hue. We have cars ranging in price from
$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.
WINCHESTER GARAGE
E. L KING Proprietor.
Home Phone 21
East Tcnn.344,
11
USE NOTHING COMMON BUT SENSE "
HIGif ART
SIGNS
A GOOD SIGN TO A BUSINESS fS
THE SAME AS A LOCOMOTIVE
TO A TRAIN. ;A
A. LYNN PERRY
FfuooiatForest Grove Friday, Fel
rnarV 2B.
Ofrs.'-SatJi IlUIe. o AVinche-ler; is
vi.-itiii Iilr father, Artlnir Parker
si5 Eliza Goff has returned after
North Mid!-t
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a ,cv da at. vi-xt to 'icr grammioincr.
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ACnT!Aji 'ACT
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Bcvevaj from f-
pl.i.'e attendt l'1
Irs. Flovd Clav spent last Tveek
with, her mother, Mrs. ITcKinley, in
Winchester. f
court at Tiiirficter Mvij".
5lr., .Shar Iiinruer f visiting his
brother, jOscar, at Lexington. .
ilks 'Kdslaide Stevenson enter-
taJad-vller eighth grade pnpils with
afchlrf party for Washington's
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Mr. "jameEraii of Jprth
Elks Building Both Phones
(ManJ.Bobert Kfntorell -rcps
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yie.tott7i yisUedvl..slstits
fcuring the
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