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FUN! FUN!! AT AUDITORIUM SKATING RINK SOMETHING NEW EVERY NIGHT. Wednesday NTicjlit Big Masquerade either lady or gentleman. Best make-up ;00 in gold; 2nd 1 Pair Richardson Skates; 3rd $1.00 worth 4 . skate tickets. Thursday Broom Ball Game. Auditorium Team vs. City Team. i Friday Night Moonlight Skate. House decorated with Japanese Lanterns. SATURDAY NIGHT BARREL RACENICE PRIZE. Matinee 2 to 5 Admission and Skates, 10c Night 7 to 10 Admission, 10c; Skates, 15c r "Willi. Frank England, who was Sken to the hospital at Richmond, pd his arm operated on, is doing iicely. JIUCKERVILLE 'it 'Mrs. Eaton lias 'bought a houe ud a small tract of laud front Red $y Brookshire, and will move this cek. Mr. Brookshire -will move ck to his other farm. 3Ben H. Rainey sold a mulo to eorge Cox for $123, and avhorsc to jj)rt Epperson for $i25. .Robert 'and Thorut Baker will move to the old tollgate house at "fcickerville, which, they rented from fr. Thomas. Ben Rainey bought a mare from ien Tapp for $30. Joseph Epperson sold a small crop f. tobacco at eleven cents per pound and IFrank Crow and Joseph Epper son sold their partnership crop of to bacco to Mr. McCulluni for 12 1-4 cents per pound. A house belonging io Sirs. Picr&all and occupied by John Jones and family was burned to the ground Friday night 'wit.'j all of its contents. 'When Mr. Jones awoke the house was in such llames that the family had to leave in their night clothes. Roy, the little son of Mr. and iMrs. Sam F. King, -who has been il! is improving at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hampton, of Winchester, visited at the home of Mr. W. A. Stephens, Sunday. KIDDVILLE Several of this place attended the party given' by Mr. Cliff Allingtoii, near Gardington Station, recently. Mr. 'Wesley Hudson, of Springfied. 111., spent several days recently with his niece, Mrs. J. G. Vivion. Miss Zara Finney, of Egypt, spent Thursday with Miss Eliza Loekhart. Miss Etiiel 'Boone has reuturned home, after a protracted visit with her giUndparents, at West Bend. Dr. J. F. Loekhart lias purchased :i dwelling house in Mt. Sterling and will probably move soon. Mr. Johns Oakley, of Charleston, 111., is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Frank Pieratt. iMr. W. R. Virion has improved his store house and opened up a grocery. We wish Mr. Vivion suc cess in his new business. FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! Hignest Cash Will pay you the Prices for yaur Furs.. J. W. HISEL Bridge Junk Shop. No. 23 North Maple st. t CHILESBURG. Mrs. Robert Goodwin has been ill the past week -with lagrippe. 'Miss Blanche Stivers was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital, Sunday, to be operated on for' appendicitis.. Mr. Houston Taylor attended the funeral of his brother, Will Taylor, at Winchester Tuesday. Rev. and Mrs. Paul Marsh are re ceiving congraulations upon the ar rival of a pretty little daughter, who was born Wednesday at their home in Lexington. Rev. Mr. Marsh i? pastor of Athens Christian church. Mr. Willis Stivers has returned home, unimproved, from Martinsville, where he has been under treatment for the past month. His condition is critical. 'Mrs. Bev. Wilson, of Winchester, East Tennessee Phone 215, Home visited relatives here recently. Phone 596. ll-18-4mo 1 Elizabeth II. Early and Chas. C. KILLTHE COUGH andCUREthelUNGS WORKINGS NEW DISCOVERY rUHVOLPSr TRIAL BOTTtEfRCE W Alt THROW AND LUHGTROUBiES GUARANTEED SATSFACTO.QY' OR MONEY REftfADED. J WAKE UP! WAKE UP! It is not merely the passing of called for merchan dise over the counter at a profit it is the creating a demand for the merchandise on your shelves the sell ing of a class of merchandise that makes each sale another sale, and keeping the people informed of the nature and prices of the bargains in store for them. THE WINCHESTER NEWS Is the most result-getting medium employed by the business men of Winchester to-day. It reaches more homes and is read by more people than any paper pub lished in the County. IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE No intelligent man will deny that the volume of his business is increased by ' ithorough and systematic advertising. The increase in a year's business invar iably more than pays for a year's advertising. Can you afford to permit you goods to lie unsought on your shelves where a little advertising would GET THE BUSINESS When you are in need of Bill Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Business Cards, Visiting Cards, Invitations,; Circular Letters, Catalogues, Briefs, Dodgers, Etc., then our Job Department is one of the best equipped in this vicinity. THE WINCHESTER NEWS (oaily) SUN SENTINEL weekly Phones 91. 109-111 S. Main St. R. R. and GOLDIE PERRY, Proprietors Early, her husband, to John W. Pharis, for $7,444; 100 acres of land located on Walnut Hill road, corner to W. W. Earley and 0 43-l00 acres of land adjoining the same tract. The wedding of Miss Man- Louise Mischler to Mr. Gollie Thomas Eld- ridge, will be quietly solemnized Feb ruary 15 at the residence of Rev. Father Punch. Miss Mischler is the only daughter of Mrs. Frank Mis cliler. of Walnut Hill. Mr. Eldridge is the eldest son of Mr. D. E. Eld ridge, of the Todds road. Mrs. Ellen Graves Couchman filed suit in the Fayette Circuit Court Saturday against Eli Stridor and Ida Stiider for the recovery of $290, for a promisor" note, which the plaintiff says tJie defendants deliver ed to her October 0, 1908. J. Emery Allen is attorney for the plaintiff. James Robert Nunnelley, Jr., was given a pretty party Friday after- . . i V t it..! TT noon to eeieuraie ins oiriiui.iv. jjc is the attractive son of Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Xunnellcy, of Chilesburg, and the party was given in his honor by his aunt, Miss Lola Griffith, at her home, 2G1 London avenue. Red and white were the party colors and the decorations were of read hearts, red and white cupids and the table was lighted by red candles. On top ol the handsome, birthday cake were two led caudles showing the age "f the little birthday boy. Ices aud.rctl and white cake were served. s , On the invited list were: Jane Grif fith, of Pcnsacola, Fla., Martha and Elizabeth Curtis, of Danville;. Arthur WVjj, Jr.. Paul Avcritt, James Pur ncll. Klvin Ramsey, Russell Porter, Martha Mathers, Francis Roberts. Audrey Summers, of Georgetown, Mary Wills and Porter Nunnelley. M. STEVENSON Attorney-at-Law 60 S. Main St. Winchester, Ky. E. E. LOO Id IS Auctioneer McEldowney DuiWinf, Winchester, Ky. PENDLETON, BUSH 4 BUSH Attorneys-at-Law 5th Floor McEldowney Building ' Winchester, Ky. FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! Cash Will pay you the Highest Prices for your Furs. J. W. HISEL Bridge Junk Shop, No. 23 North Maple st. East Tennessee Phone 215, Horn Phone 598. " li-i8-4mo Insure in STROTHER'S OLD RELIABLE r FIRE INSURANCE AMD REAL ESTATE AGENCY Kffica Fraternity lldz.. Cheat 185 DRINK RoxaKgla "MORE THAN WET" CUSSED COLUMN CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS le a wtnl fir a stalk aaarfak z a WKi far Htm MMthra 1m- MTtlMS. A Jic a ward far aaia tAMtattl h Mrtlaa. 10c a wart par aaata. Seattaraa: hmrHaat. Is par wart m hisartlea. MatMH hwarM far laaa Wm ka MHti Hatatof etarfaf m mmks far hcathaa IS aaata. TRACY AND STOKtLY A BARGAIN. If sold at once; house of 4' rooms; lot 50x150; cistern gas, outbuildings'; rents at $10 per month; here is a chance to net 10 per cent on your n vestment. ' Office in McEldowney BuOdiug BOTH PHONES iiMrrof us. r mm TnMm Otnki i.d. oorr e.r.TM! TlM-Trulfea! An Clark County National BANk ftCCMMtt Of HfTCtaaH, FtTMTI Ml total WfClW CaHectlm Mi N AH Mali. Cppital and Surplus $350,000.00 Only the purest and freshest med icines on sale at the Brown-Procto-ria Pharmacy the store of quality. (12-11-e.o.d-tf) BLAMED A GOOD WORKER. "I blamed my heart for severe distress in my left side for two years," writes W. Evans, Danville, Va., "but I know now it was indiges tion, as Dr. King's New Life -Pills completely cured me." Best- for stomach, liver .and kidney troubles, constipation, headacho or debility. 25 cents at All P-uggisls. Capital - S100.0TO Undivided Profit J. 1200.000 THE Winchester Bank WINCHESTER. KY. N. H. WITHERSOON. President, w; R. SPHAR. Cashier. SOLICITS YOUR ACCOUNTS. L0StT A Citizens Bank check book between Citizens Bank building and Matlack's Warehouse on Winn avenue. W. 0. Brock. 2-13-31 FOR RENT Four or five rooms, gas and cistern. Home phone 66 or apply at No. 116 North -Highland. 2-13-tf FOR RENT 20 acres' of first-clas corn land, near the city; t?alK Tennessee phone 161. 2-13-3t- WANTED Young men wanting a musical education at very, little cost should join Modern Woodmen of America Band and Orchestra. For particulars apply Geo. II. Jfackic, at Barnes,' Grocery or Dr. E. IJ. Bush, president, -Prater-, nity Building. 2-12-ljno' WANTED To rent desirable part of store room to reliable dressmaker. Apply at Star Store, No. 7 South Main street. . 2-l5'-3t' FOR SALE One 240-egg incirbajfpr. Call Home phone 655. J. 'W Bartlett. 2-12?3f FOR SALE The Big Run CoaL'th best on the market; yards on West' Broadway. Clark County Con struction Company. 11-28-tf FOR RENT Sixty acres of No. 1 corn ground; clover sod. A MIM and 10 acres in frasc. 3:K Croxton, Home phone 813A. i 1-8-tf FOR SALE 100 extra nice Rtode, Island Red pullets and eockrels! Home phone 813-A. l-tf FOR SALE 500 shocks of corn. A barrel to the sfcbc& H. :iood Croxton, Home' phone 8S-A. 1 1-12-tf " " FMmTN. OffiM 1 M. IL MYERS, DENTIST. tana to F a l-T & v..