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THE WINCHESTER NEWS. '
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Pip Thw.-
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A GREAT MANY
v
Pcoplcare taking advantage of these quiet days to
clean up their silver and brass articles about the
house. Wc have the best things in the world for
that purpose". All are guaranteed to do the work
as represented.
JEWELER
CH.BOWEN
s
O C IETY
Katnptcn Moore I After dinner .-.onie of the latest
Mr. W. C. Hampton, of this city, J vaudeville songs and musical selec
Hid MUs Fannie Moore, of Mt. j t'011 were rendered, and the de
Steiling, were quietly married in the j lighted gue.-ts, departed, after
parlors of tho Calvary Baptist wi-hing (.Mr. Walters many happy
fhurcti. at Lexington by the pa.-tor. returns of the day.
Jtitv. T. C. Ecton. on Thm-day af
ternoon at " o'clock.
Mr. Hampton ir- a on of Mr. Jas.
M. Hampton, of thi city, and ha&
been actively engaged in insurance
work of various kind- for a number
of year?.
The bride is the attractive and
nrcomplij-lied daughter of Mi.
Phoebe A. Moore, of Mt. Sterling.
iiie nnpnv couple will spend a
few days in Lexington and George
town, after which they -will be at
home to their many friend at -210
West Broadway, this eitv.
Delightful Dinner
A very enjoyable birthday dinner
was given at Luck Xo. 10. at Ford,
by Mrs. John A. Walters. agisted
by Mrs. Itoss. in honor of the :5th
anniveivary of the birth of Mr. Wal
ters. t
The table was beautifully deco
rated and the particiauts. numbering
ainre than twenty of his friend- and
relatives did ample justice to th
choice viands that were displayed in
the nio.-t approved form to tempt
their palate-.
SACK
In orcer to make room for
our Spring goods which are ar
riving daily we will give you
your choice of any Suit in the
store. Values up to $20.00 for
ss.oo
One box of
pair to the box.
values for
Great reductions
other departments.
WNCHESTER
CLOAK
A. M. DOMB, Manager.
V
Elks Building . Both Phones 364.
61 Main Street ' WINCHESTER, KY.
OPTICIAN
Scvcnil nice present were "received
bv the honor aruest.
Christopher-Crow
John Christopher and LouhrCrow
both of Clark-county, were married
in Jhe ollfce of the County Clerk's
"Saturday morning.
Unique Social
A unique party was given by the
Phihithea Clas of the Central Bap
tist church, on Friday evening.
'Each guest had been reque.-ted to
bring a lemon and a few )ennies.
For every seed in each lemon, a
penny was donated towards the fur
nishing of a'room in the new chinch.
This feature caused a great jjeal of
aniu.-emcnt, some of the lelnons con
tained only one seed and other.
having as- many as twenty or even
more.
A number of games were played,
and the hours jigs-ed without the
knowledge of the merry-makers.
Dainty sandwiches and dcliciou
colTcc were served.
'The ''lemon-' scheme and the
candy table realized a nice Mini for
Silk Hose, six
Regular $3.50
1
in all
&SUIT J. Inc.
This coupon and five cents wjll admit any
scholar attending any of the schppls in N Winchester
at '
Thei Lyric Theatre', ;
SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 27th.
f
Bring this Coupon.
'ie worthy purpose.
Mrs. Allen PrewilraiiiPMr. Rich
md Prcwitt returned to their home
several days' visit in this city.
Mr. John 1?. Stuart was, in Lex
ington, Friday.
FURS! FURS!' fURSU!
Will pay you the Htgtest Cash
Prices for your Furs.
J. W. HISEL
Bridge Junk Shop,
No. 23 North Maple st.
East Tennessee Phone 215, Home
Phone 596. ll-18-4mo
CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH.
George W. Shepherd, pastor. Ser
vices at Court House., Sunday school
!):30 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m.
md 7:00 p. m. Prayer meeting?
Wednesday at 7:30 d. in. atsl0-tf
Many People Cannot Pronounce
Name of World's Most Famous Ca
tarrh Remedy.
Higli-o-me that the proper way
to pronounce HYOMEI tho old relia
ble remedy, that has rid tens of
thousands of people of that vile and
disgusting disease.
IIOMEI is made of purest Aus
lraliau eucalyptus combined with
thymol and other effective antiseptics
and is guaranteed to be free from
cocaine or any harmful drug.
HYOMEI is guaranteed to end ihc
nii-ery 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
indcstrucliblc inhaler, .fl.00. Extra
bottles of HYOMEI, if needed, 50
cents at Philiins Drus Stoic, and
diucrsi-ts cvcrvwlicrc.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER
All kinds of stenographic work at
reasonable prices, Miss Alice Moss,
at Moffctt & Spencer's office in Fra
ternity Building. 1-2-lmo
STATISTICS.
-JYashington, Jan. 2G. -More
males than females, more nwrried
people than single, more infants
than adult-:. lied during the year
1910. according to the deabh statis
tics gathered -by the Cenu5 P.urcau
ii its regi-draton' area, containing
a 'little more than half the conti
nental population of the United
States.
Tnfant mortality occasioned by a
vaiiety of children's ailments a
usiial Vas mot conspicuous in the
figures. Of the 805.412 deaths reg
istered for 1910. nG.-,G74 were sin
gle. 27C.G94 married, 149,840 wid
owed. 4.380 divorced and 8.818 "of
unknown or unstated conjugal con
ditions." (Among the single are in
cluded children below the age of
niiirriage. The total number of
males was 430,707 and 3G3,0oo fe
males. Classified by color 7.13,308 deaths
of white persons, 49.499 negroes.
1,0.'),-) Chinese, 8SG Indians and GG4
Jiipencsc. Tiic maximum death
rate was reached in March, and the
AUDITORIUM SKATING RINK.
Matinee every day from 2 to 5.
Admission 10c, Skates free.
Night 7 to 10.
Skates 15c
Admission 10c,
Particular attention to Ladies.
"EL REY SISTERS"
, February 5th. to 10th.
Bloomfield & Ratliff Props!
i D.U. SCOBEE MT.
minimum in June.
Tuberculoids in different foiuis
claimed SG.309 persons,, or 4,474
more than in 1909. This increase
was said to be due to the increased
area now covered by the Census Bu
reau, since the death rate per 100,
00Upopulatioii for 1910. was slightly
less than that of the pijuvioits year.
NOW THE TURKEY TROT
ENTERS GRAND OPERA
Enrico Caruso Makes It a Striking
Feature of Puccini's Mining Camf
Work. The Audience Interested
(From New York Times)
Little did Giacomo Puccini know
what was coming to him when hi
conceived Mie brilliant idea of jut
ting a waltz in the lir.-t ct of ''Tht
Oiil of the Golden Yet.'' lie nun
iiave known that ili;. Ca'nisb wouk
suiely iinpei'suuatc Johnson, but
vljid he realize that the famous tcnoi
was far more iconoclastic than him
self in matters of time wild fash
ion.' If he bad been present nt tin
performance of the oprea last even
ing, he would have seen the greal
.-ingcr introduce a startling innova
tion among tilio fashions of tin
Forty-niners. ' i ;
At the end of a certain episode ii
tho first -act Johnson and Miunii
waltz from the stage into the dance
hall while the miners sing the music
Jlr. Caruso novcrx was a graeefu
Valfzer. lie always lumbered. 15ui
last night the .'audience sat up ant
stared. What was this! The
humped shoulders, tho bowed kick
the sidling sway, the magic embnici
it was, it was yes (lie turkej
trot!
From California it came. To Cal
ifornia it was returned.. Caruso ant
Dcstinu were the trotters. For tin
first time on any stage in gcnuiiii
bona fide grand opera the turke
trot. Will it be permanent? Has
it conic to stay? And if so,kcan it
not be forever preserved to count
less future generations, by movin?
picture films? Ah, oh, horror! wil'
tho police or the Alderman try to
stop it?
Anyhow last night's audience saw
it. There was no grizzly bear oi
bunny bug about it. . It was just tin
old original trot, and when Einnn
De-tinn discovered what Carusi,
was up to she joined in with both
feet and made the thing a perfect
sjiicccs?. These two fi-eat artist
have added new laurels to theii
crowns. They now do the biggest
song and dance act before this pub
lic. If tho trot does not give new
life to "The Girl," a good many peo
ple will miss their guess.
Sheriff Kance Amato did not seem
to like the new deal. It was bad
enough to see a whiskey and watei
drinker dome -'into caanp and get
a shine on the only girl right off the
bat. but to see him 5n less than ten
minules after the meeting lead liei
into the guileful mazes of the trot
well, that was too much altogether.
After that Kance slid away into the
backgiound like a 5eooting "jaqk
rabbit. There iverc soinc other
singers in the cast too, Dnh Gilly,
with the midway name and the Har
ry Howard shirt, but lie held in.
cards. Xo one was in it. There
was nothing to it but the CarnsoJ
turkey trot. Let Maurice look to it
His fame is in danger.
FURS! FURS!! FURS!!!
Will pay you tho Highest Cash
Prices for yojir Furs..
J. W. HISEL
, t Bridge Innkfhop.
No. 23 North Mapie st
East Tennessee 'Phone 215, Horn
POLIC
E
Death cf Woman WheWas Found
Lifeless in Philadelphia Circum
stances of Hand-Writing Ate Pe
culiar. Philadelphia, Jan. 2.-Tl,c police )
of this city arc investigating t.
cirenmstances surrounding the case
of Mrs. Edith .Marvel, 28 years old.
a trained nurse, -who was found
dead in her home Thnrsday with a
bullet in her head.
There are signs of suicide. A
note found . near the body stated
sitatcil that her husband had lost his
iffeetion for her, and that he was
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now at liberty to bestow them upon
another 'woman.
Another note stated ithat her hus
band was not responsible.
"William Marvel, the husband, who
;s 48 years old and also a trained
liirsc, has been detained by the po- f
lice as a witness to await the action
of the Coroner. The police say
hey flic not satisfied with the hand
.vriting in the notes.
Man-el was put to a severe e.xam
lation by the police, but it is re
lorted that they were unable to
'earn anything further than what
.vas shown nt t'he hearing Thursday
norning. A letler, addressed to
Mrs. D. R. Trimble. Pittsburg. Fa..
,vas found in the woman's room. It
's supposed to have been addressed
')- her, but the handwriting differs
jieatlv from -that of the two notes.
PEOPLE'S FORUM
WHO IS'HE?
To the Kditor of The News:
I note in The News of January 22
uul article headed "Col. W. V.
'.ampton Sends l?e,st AVi.-Jies," and
ly refereiR'C to the text I find this
'ol. AV. P. Lampton writes from
'eir York, and I would like to knosv
who the diekens Col. AY. P. Lampton
s.' Have I a rival in this town.'
)r is this some fictitious Colonel
vho doesn't -know the real thing well
Miough to get.it right? l'e that as
t may, Who the dickens is Col. AV.
V Lampton?
Yours to command.
COL. AY. J. LAMPTON'.
Vow York City, Jan. 2oth.
CALENDARS
Call at my odice, 23 Xorlh ilain
md get a calendar.
JOHN R. STUART.
l-25-3t
Charles Duham,
Lovington, 111.,
las sncceeued in nnoing a positive
ure for bed wetting- "My little boy
.vet the bed every night clear thro'
n the floor. I tried several kinds
C kidney medicinelnnd I was in the
Irug store looking for,something dif
ferent to help him when I heard of
Foley's Kidney Pills. After he had
taken them two days we could see a
Change and when- he had taken two
thirds of a bottel he was cured. That
is about sis weeks ago. and he has
lot wet in bed since.'
For Sale by All Druggists.
REAL ESTATE.
Farms for sale, Houses
and Xots for sale or
rent.
A specialty of Lot
sales. .
rIEM 8 MIFF '
Auditoriumldg.
E. E. LOOMIS
Auctraneer N
McEldowney Building,
Winchester Ky.
PENDLETON, IWh; IUSH .
- Attreys-at:Law
5th Floor .McEldowney Bailding
ARE
INVESTIGATING
DR. DOLLE'S
SANITARIUM
CINCINNATI,
CKiO
MEN CURED AT SMALL COST
Difficult Surgical Operations Performed With
Skill and Success. When Surgerj Is Necessary
ALL DISEASES OF MEN ri "
m ! A PERMANENT CURE
I llabO Positively Guaranteed
yJICOCELETn'oaysFrf Am"
RUPTURE cuteSfeFho-.
and RESTORATIVE Treatment In Loss of Vital Power
uvnonhci c cured in ,fw e3-
H I Iffitftf ELC Spscil Treatment, fin ItSnnition.
Don't eit up hope until Ton hare Been old Dr.
Dollel He vill (nTejrouFKEE a thorough exam-
i - , fell nn ttift Trafclft.
Consultation ftff antl ronSdential at oQee or
br letter. Twenty Vcar eJirience. Trained
attendants. Best oi care. rap. Bool on Hrn
Diieuet frrs upon receipt oi ci. iorpi.
Hiring much valnakle Inlormatioa. Call at ilown
tmrn ofnee or irrite to
nn n I nni I E 625 walnut street.
DRi Cl Li UULLC CINCINNATI, O.
Insure in
STROTHER'S
OLD RELIABLE
FIRE INSURANCE AND
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
K f f ice FrateuUy Eltlz., Phcne 1B5
J. U. STEVENSON
Altorney-at-Law
50 S. Main St. Winchester, Ky
CF AN)
REASONABLE
when your pipes freeze
and flood your bath
room or. any other work
in the plumbing, tin
ning or gas fitting, also
gas mantels, globes,
stove pipe, elbows, etc.
Call Home Phone GOT.
.8
19 N. Main Street
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Cailhli
o.mcri
Fftfiln
.D. COT?
Y!G.Fras!Jll
R tut.Cuhtn
Clark Coiinty
tahH had
Y
Acccunts a! Mer&tentt, Fanners
and Traders. Solicited:
- ejection; Mi on All Pain!!,
Gppital and "Surplus
$350,000.00
THIS WAY FOR
Fresh and Cured Meats,
Country Produce, nice eat
ing and cooking apples
and Fresh Oysters. Your
patronage solicited.
Terms Cash
1 1. GILBERT CO;
Home Phone 37
TueiThurs-Sat
FOR QUICK
E
OASSm COLW
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CLASSIFIED ADVEXTISCM
2c a wari far tlraa,
sertioRS.
Vic a urfl tat aaca wtMtmt jp
sartlaa. .
10a a ward ear aiaatfc. . a,
tcattaraa' lanfHiaa, U mm awr m
laaarUaa. '
NathhH InsarM f ar- laaa Wm
csnta, MetMri aharaai aa,l
far law tkaa IS
TRACY AND STOKELY
FOR RENT
3 room cottage, gas fistnres, Winn
avenue $11.50
5 room cottage, gas, fixtures, College
street $1250
." roou; cottage, gas fixtures, College
street .....$12.50
." room cottage, gas fixtures, Broad
way $12.50
1 room cottage, gas, fixtures, Broad-
v... $12.00
," room cottage, gas fixtures, Taylor
avenue $12.50
."i room cottage gas fixtures, Haggifrd
street $12.50
7 room cottage, gas fixtures, Ilaggaril
street $15.00
S room residence, hath, gas,t etc.,
Main street $30.00
Ofliee or small store room, Main
street . . . $35.00
Ofliee, ground Ifoor, Eairfax street,
$10.00
Several Hats, ail modern conveni
ences: well located; either first or
tccoKil IJoor; price.righU
Ofuce in McEldowney Bn2din
.BOTH PHONES
FOR RENT Cott-age o live Tooms,
with gas and cistern, on Haggard
street; also part oC house corner
Main and Hickman. J. ,C
Vauirht. , l-26-3t
FOR SALE House of ien rooms;
bath and gasj'.large "lawn; fine
lot; fruit and shade trees.
House oC eight rponi3itHablo
for two families.
Three building lots
A bargain if sold soon.
l-2r,-3t F. H. JACKSON.
FOR SALE (i pure bred TVhite
l.'oek lien at $1.00 a piece if solif
at once. Apply to Bobbins at
Xews olliee, or 125 Boone avenue.
1-25-tf
LOST Pair of glasses, between
Oliver and Hickman andMaple.
Ifcturn to Xews ofliee.' Keward.
l-25-3t
FOR RENT Rooms over McConl
& Pliillips' store. l-25-3t
WANTED Five or six. room cottage
with large yard for-chickens. Cal!
East Tcmi.. phone 1G4. 23it
-'
FOR SALE The Big Run Coal, ifc
best on the market; yards on West
Broadway. Clark County Con
struction Company. AHT2irt
FOR RENT Sixty acres of No. 1
corn ground; cloversod. A haast
and 10 acres in grass. -J.H,
Croxton, Home phone -813A, ,
l-8-t .
FOR SALE 100 extra nice,hoda
Island Red pallets and -cockrels.
Home phone 813-A. 1-5-tf
When in want of flowers, insist
upon having home, jgrown flowers,
, thereby keeping your mcpey inyyoar
J home circles. . . 4 ;
, POOLE & PURLLANTi
! - ELOBIST,
1-13-tf Winchester, Ky-
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FOR SALE 300 shocks of fodter.
Apply to T. W. Rash, Home pheme
232. l-l-t
FOR SALE 500 .shocks of good
corn. A barrel to the jhock-J.
II. Croxton, Home phone
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