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Values That Will Win Your nt usiasms
1 Qualities That Will Merit Your Approval
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The first snow of the season came last week It is a hint that Jack Frost is upon us Each department of this
i great store has added its quota to the great assortment of seasonable merchandise
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Readymade Department
f1 y We have the finest line ofCoat Suits Skirts and
Shirt Waists in Winchester You must see this
I seasonable stock before you go elsewhere All the
I I popular colors in the very latest style cuts You can
buy suits to meet your purse Come and inspect
our stock
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I Blankets
Its blanket buying time Bed coverings that
> keep out the cold these chilly nights We have an
i 1assortment of new and splendid values in Blankets
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J r 11and Comforts
hFine Daughter
t t Mr and Mrs Ralph IIess are be
g congratulated the arrival Sat
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rda ofa fine daughter Caroline
Elizabeth Mrs Hess was Miss
iftabel Shipp before her marriage
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lMr John M Cluke of Princeton
ephew of the lode Col K Si hike i
is visiting his sister Mrs Strossniau
laid other relatives
< gl Miss Golden Day is visiting Miss
tMla Trimble in Ml Sterling
I i y A Ghastly Enoch Arden
flKvc night of Ihlloveiii was dark
vW With mane a nindv cloud
The withered leaves were white with
IThe
frost
I lie silveredul Ins shroud
t And left the mossy slab upturuedj
The churchyard gate ajar
And crept towards a cottage pane
That glimmered like a star
She mourns me by a lonely hearth
Tn words of woe he sighed
And stooping pushed with bony
I hands
I The misted vines aside
i The crimson curtains draped apart
I Revealed the ruddy glow
I Of amber grate and ruby globes
And candles hit lIIin low
The First of the Season
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i We have just received the first shipment of
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I Miss Hollidays Home
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4 t Made Candies
Packed in
I II and V Pound Boxes
The finest purest and most delicious candy you
can buy
i Strictly in a Class by Itself
Another of Our Famous Quality Lines
DONT FORGET THE PLACE
1 T MacNeill Weathers
Both Phones No 40
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I Underwear
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I It is underwear buying time We carry hand
I finished underwear in all seasonable weights and j
materials in separate pieces or union suits
r u Hosiery
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< We carry the well known Knotair Hose
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the kind that is guaranteed for six months You
can get it in medium or heavy weights
We Give S H Green
Trading Stamps
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Opp Court House Winchester Ky
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I ltt9A SOCIETY t
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But in his place a figure tall
Above her beruty bent
So low that curls of chestnut gold
With raven locks were blent
The spirit from another world
Behold the joy of this
When on her lips the stranger pressed
A long bethroHial kiss
Arrange unearthly moaning swelled
Along the chilly breeze
A wavering shape was seen to pass
Like mist between the trees
The moon among the scudding clouds
Unveiled her silver faccI
And saw the mossy churchyard slab
Fall softly into place
Mr and Mrs W K Petty are vis
icing in Lexington
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Messrs Stanton Ford and Charles
Bin kof Louisville visited here
Sunday
Miss ninth Scott of Lexington is
visiting Mrs John Clelland
Miss Ilanndi Hodgkin visited her
sister Mrs Jesse Boude in Lexington
Sunday
SundayMr
Mr and Mrs Prewitt Harris spent
from Saturday until Monday in Lex
ingtonMrs
Mrs Gyppie Simpson and Mrs
Marry Thompson spent Sunday with
Mrs Ernest Bean in the county
Miss Nettie Porter of Lexington
spent Sunday in this city
Miss Lowell Hankin of Lexington
visited Miss Sara Tracy Sunday
Mr George Winu of the Mouse of
a Thousand Candles cmup ny is
visiting his aunt Miss Lucy AVinn
The play will appear at the Winches
ler opera house Saturday night
Miss Bertie Young of Lexington
spent from Saturday until Monday
R C Prcwitl
I with her sister Mrs
I Mr 11111 Mrs Uarmond 11 illof
Seasonable
ISeasonable
For Men
1 Becknerville are being congratulated
on the birth of a fine boy Saturday
1lull
chased a Brush automobile
I Mrs Addie Smith of Bon1 hon
county and Mrs John T Hedges of
Parish visited Mrs II 0 Thomas
Friday
FridayMiss Ella Gillis 1 lie h > entf Sunday
in Shelbyville
ShelbyvilleMr
Mr and Mrs J Woodward arci
moving to the Wilson property on
Broadway
Mrs Sallie Early of Connelton
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Jnd is the PltCSJt ei laughter
Miss Clara Early
Col T G Stnrrt has returned from
a business trip 4o New York
Messrs R II Pony Louis Wood
ford and Virgil Browning have re
turned from a fishing trip il Clliise
Ferry Laurel county They had
splendid success
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Miss Maye Barrow of Mt Ster
ling visited Mr and3rs F B Endi
EudiI
colt SundayDUNCANVARNER
DUNCANVARNER
Judge J IT Evans Monday mornini
married Mr D B Duncan and hiss
Ella Yarner of Bath county in the of
t lice of County Clerk J A Boone
IIf you wjMit to be successful ask
Gallano at the opera house Novem
heL1st
Must Have Harmony
Now said the architect who was
putting the finishing touches upon Mr
Nurichs new residence what color
do you prefer for the parlor decora
tions Oh theyve got to be red
replied Nurich My wifes got a red
plush photograph album that always
I set on the parlor tableThe Catho
lic Standard and Times
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New Autumn
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I Gold Cuff Links Tie Clasps Lockets Fobs Lapel Chain
Key Rings Guard Chains Lorgnette and Fan Chains Gold
i t t Fobs Watch Bracelets Vanity Cases Also Bridge and 500 Sets
I Bald win Bbs
I Sign of Big Wath
1 54 S Main St t WINCHESTER KY
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REACHING THE TOP
in any calling of life demands a vig
i orous body and a keen brain With
out health there is no success But
1 Electric Bitters is the greatest Health
I Builder the world has ever known
It compels perfect action of stomach
I liver kidneys bowels purifies and en
riches the blood tones and invigo
rates the whole system and enables
you to stand the wear and tear of
your drily work After months of
suffering from Kidney Trouble
writes W M Sherman of Cushing
Me three bottles of Electric Bitters
I made me feel like a new man 50c
I at all druggists P
Carriage Makes for Beauty rte
A graceful dignified carriage un
doubtedly sets off beautiful clothes
There Is little use in having them if
we cannot set them off In that way
But the old clothes the simple plain
everyday clotheswhy not give them
that same benefit Better the aim
plest clothes with a fine carriage than
the most elaborate clothes with an
awkward carriage One forgets that
the clothes are plain If the figure in
side them is carried with grace dig
nity and poise One can even forget
It figure that is far from perfect in
proportion and a face that has no
claim tq beauty To carry oneself
well morning noon and night indoors
and outdoors is to make the most of
all the beauty one possesses to m orI
others forget the beauty that does not
exist and to make the best impression
possible everywhere That is surely
worth whileKILLS ImpressionI
KILLS A MURDERER I
A merciless murderer is Appendi
citis with many victims But Dr
Kings New Life Pills kill it by pre
vention They gently stimulate stom
ach liver and bowels prcevcntiug
that clogging that invites appendi
citis curing Constipation Headache
Biliousness Chills 25c at all drug
gists
Similarity In Proverbs
The well known old proverb One
I swallow does not make a spring is
indigenous to England Germany and
Russia but in the sunny South it
takes the form One flower does not
make a garland In Italy we find lIe
who grasps all gets less in France
He who embraces too much binds
badly and in Northern Europe
< Grasp all lose all
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If SATISFACTION
I We Guarantee You
ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION ron
IIABSOLUTE
on every transaction
I The line of goods we carry
Back Up The Guarantee
C H BOWEN f Jeweler Optician and
29 5 Main St WINCHESTER KY
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A Hoosiers Home Grown Opinion
Theres no man thats quite so
cocky and selfconceited said the
sand dune philosopher as the chap
who is always patting himself on the
back because he doesnt like raw
pawsChicago Tribune raWI
Going in for Fruit
The fad of running fruit farms Is
daily gaining popularity among Eng
Hh women says the Daily Mall and
many prominent women are taking up
the study and setting out orchards
I and groves of fruit
fruitBank tI
Citizens National Bank
Paid up Capital 100000 Surplus 51000
WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS
We will give you courteous treatment and attend promptly
and carefully to sM business entrusted to us
J D Simpson Ires A H Hampton Cashier
T F Phillips V Pres J W Poynter Asst Cashier
THE BEST
is alone good enough for our
customers We have teen in
this business Jm Winchester
for many years and have
learned by experience many
points in the coal trade which
make it possible for us to
serve you better cheaper and more satisfactory than
anybody else
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