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THE WINCHESTER NEWS.
r bun iff i 1 g 1 i 1. ARTIS & CO uu i OF Class Every Pay Watch Public Sale y v - .4 JEWELER i-i nrVAT-W CPTHUAN CALL AND SEE IT HHBHHHBHBaiHHHBWi S 0 CIETY pcj - Pretty Party flfr. and Mrs. Roger Jones enfer ained a number of boys and girls" Tuesday nigat at their home near Tulip. Among the guests were: Misses Xanna Lou Owen, Polly l'ar ido, Hattie Owen, lEuuicc Owen, Alma ITa11, Florndce and Agnes Henry, Mattfa and Mary Davis. Messrs. John Newt Henry, Den Owen, David Irwin, Stanley Bailey, Howard and Jim Parido, Lcwi, Da vi and Gilbert Hubert Ail report a jolly time. Amateur Piay An amateur play "The Toy Shop" is to be given in this cjty soon, under 'the auspices of the King's Dang'.ilers Eastern Star A meeting of the Eastern Star vill be held Wednesday afternoon at tli? Fraternity Building at 2:30 o'clock. Every member is urged to be present. -Preparations for the visit of tli Grand Worthy Matron aro to be made. ' x M. C. Club The M. . Club will meet on Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. J. Smith Hays. An excellent program lias been ararnged. Prof. W.-S An derson, of Kentucky Wesleyan Col li'ge, will deliver an address on 'Sanitary Dairies." Ladies Discuss Plans An enthusiastic meeting of Iadic was held in the parlors of the First Christian ehnreh Sunday, for the discussion of the Chautauqua As sembly, -which, is proposed to be held in this city. It was agreed that the mcmbars the church should undertake the -ale of 100 tickets. This is a eplen ' did beginning and if the other churches and the business men will do as well the Chautauqua will be a success,-and the hospital for Win chester, an assured fact. Able addresses were made by Row J. -H. MacXeill, the pastor of the church, and .Mrs. Lucicm -Beekncr, .vho is one of the most enthuiastic vorkers for a hospital for Winches ter. DKAINU COMES FROM GOOD RIPE TOMATOES .t Mrs Shaw will be at our Main St. Store in Brown-Prpctoria Hotel all of this week Be sure and call on her. She has a complete line and will be glad to show you. PARRISH, BRADLEY b CO. Beautiful Dining Miss Mary Elkin Hart entertained Sunday night at her country home with an enjoyable six o'clock dinner, in honor of Miss Lowell Rankin, of Lexington, who is the guest of Miss Ethel Combs. Her gnes were Miss Marguer ite Davis and Miss Lowell Rankin and Messrs. Xorvcll Benton, Chas. ! Allen Bradley and Lewis Hart. Jolly Storm Party The Young Girls' Sewing Club surprised Miss Amy Dietrich on Fri day evening with a masquerade .-tonn party, which proved to be ono of the jolliest affairs of the winter season among the young people. In the party were: 'Miscss Eliza beth Beekncr, Margaret Willis, Vir ginia Baldwin, Loui.-e Koblhas.', Grace Womaek, Elizabeth Stewart, lrginia'Jouett, Roselynne Steven son, 'Mary Edmonds, Gertrude Rose. Ora Gaines Allen, Kathleen Earp, Nancy Belle Ecton, Rosa Day and Viola -Courtney. Singing jaud games were enjoyed and were followed by a delightful j luncheon, which was spread from dainty packages brought by the fair ! young 'guests. Mrs. Davis Rupard and handsome ! little baby, Bobby, of Tulsa, Okla., ( arrived here Friday evening to join pMr. Rupard, who has foconhere for a month, having resigned his position as ciigineer for the People .Packing u'lant at Ttil;.a to pome to Winchester to take charge of his father's farm. Mrs. Rupard's father, Mr. Dock Pigg, is highly pleased with the west. ' He lias a good position and hi daughter, Miss Bertha, "holds a good '' position with Mason Loan Company. Miss Myrtie Xeil is taking care of her mother, who is very low with tuberculosis. Mr. Rufus Dunn came from Elmen dorf to Jie -with his family for a few days. He has ch'arge of the auto department of the Elmendorf farm at Lexington. Mr. John Day, of State College, was in the city, Saturday. Mr. Byron Ballard, of Lexington, who has been the guest of Mr. Jack Lile, returned home, Sunday. Mr. Lloyd Erazicr, of .Mt. Sterling, was in the city, Sunday. Mr. J. T. McCray is in Louisville, thisr week, on business. Miss Lowell Rankin, of Lexington, is visiting Miss Ethel Combs. E..Rcnnkcr left Saturday for Xew Yoik with a car load of live poultry. Mr. J. cM.. Hendricof Georgetown, is the guest of Hon. J. M. Stevenson. Mr. Jetf Wdbb has returned to his heme in Columbia, Mo., after, making his many friends and relatives in this city and -county a pleasant visit. Miss Alma Hall, of Flanagan Sta tion, is visiting -Miss Nancy Mullins, of Winchester. Miss Mary Ford,, who is attending college at Georgetown, is at home for a few days. .Mr. and 'Mrs. W. iP. Lyons, of Bucknen street, are being-congratulated oh the birth of a fine tei pound girl, Emma Lee. Mr. Lyons is the popular foreman of the Eagle Casting Company. ! Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Poer, who reside about two miles on tho Ruck erville pike, are 'being congratulated on tlie birth of a handsome son; weight 9 1-2 pounds. ! Miss Lois Dietrich, who is a teacher at the (Maxwell street school, 'in Lexington, -lia.s been the guest of her parents, Prof, and Mrs. C. II. Deitrich, for several days. Messrs. Cliff Ilagermeyer and John Day, of State College, formci students of Wesleyan, liave ibecn vis iting here for several days. Mr. Tom Bush, ofVirginia, was called here by the death of his .fath er, Mr. R. T. G. Bush. Miss Margaret Bush, who is be ing trained as a nurse at the Episco pal Hospital in Louisville, was call ed here by tihe death of her father, Mr. R. T G. Bush. Mrs. IFranklin Watts continues quite ill at tho home of her daughter, Mrs. Ec. Ramsey, in the county. Mr. and Mrs. George. Ramsey have been called from Jessamine county, by the illness of his sister, Mrs. Franklin Watts. l . Vi OUR NEW LINE WOOL AND WORSTED DRESS GOODS THESE ARE THE VERY LATEST -FANCIES AND STYLES. WE INVITE YOUR EARLY INSPECTION. ARTIS & CO. -Mr. and Mrs. Phirl Coulter are enjoying a delightful honeymoon at Mobile, Birmingham aud other points in the South. ' Lloyd- Frazier, of the Central Uni versity, Duurille, has been visiting here. , Miss Lctitia Warren will eomo from Danville to be the guest of her sis- ter, Mrs. Lucieii Beckner, for the dance Wednesday night. Mr. Henry Xichojs, of Danville, will visit at the home of Mrs. Kate Bush', and attend the dance Wed nesday night. ' Mrs. G. Lee Wainscott is recuper ating from an attack of grip at .the home of her mother in the country. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Tackctt, of Clearwater, are visiting liis sister, Mrs. Henry Dickson, of Now street, this city. FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! Will pay yon the Higaest 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 8extant Has Grown Smaller. The sextant In use today by sea captains and others is a .small affair, measuring only a few Inches in any direction. About the year 1000 of our era the sextant then in use by astron omers had a radius of 59 feet 9 inches. Real Charity. -Johann. please go to the pawn broker's and pawn my gold watch. The poor man. 1 understand, is not getting much business, and I think we should help him along!" Kllegende" Blatter. No Biting. "Don't you. believe in laws Vrltb teeth in them?" "Not if they are the kind filled with gold.",. FURS! FURS!! CURS'!! Will pay you the Hfgnest 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 7 '3 I . WEYOU SLEEP Salts, Calomel ani PathaHic Pills Are Violent They Act on Bowels As Pepper Acts in Nostrils Take a Cascaret tonight and thor oughly cleanse your. Liver, Stomach and .Bowels, and you will surely feel great by morning. You men and wo men who have headache, coated ton gue, can't sleep are bilious, nervous and upset, bothered with a sick, gassy, disordered stomach, or have backache and feel all worn qnt. Are yon keeping clean inside with Cascarets or merely forcing a pass ageway every few days with salts, cathartic pills or castor oil? This is important. Cascarefrs immediately cleanse and regulate tho stomach, remove the sour, undigested and fermenting food and foul gases; take tho excess bile from the liver and carry off the de composed waste matter and poison from the intestines and bowels. Remember, a Cascaret tonight will straighten yon out by morning. A 10-eent box from your druggist means a clear head and cheerfulness for months.. Don't forget the child ren . SHOCKING SOUNDS In the earth are sojqetiracs heard before a terrible earthquake, that warn of the coming peril. Nature's warnings are kind. -That dull pain or ache in the back, warns you the Kidneys need attention if you would escape those dangerous maladies, Dropsy, Diabetes or Blight's dis ease. Take Electric Bitters at. once land see backache fly and all yonr best feelings return. "My son re ceived great ben fit from their Use for i ;kidney and bladder trouble," writes Peter Bondy, South Rockwood, Mich., "It is certainly a great kid ney anfdicinc." Try it. 50 cents at AH Druggists. 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) ....... - t - Stock and Farming Implements " Having rented1 my farm I will ofter at pttunc sale WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1912, at 10 o'clock, a. m., on my place ndar Beclrnervillej oft the Combs Ferry Pike, S miles from Winchester, the fofc iowrihg personal property : One 8-year-old horse mule.. One 8-yea'r-old inareNnule. One 7-ycar-old horse mule. One 4-year-old horse mule. One 4-year-old gelding, 15' Dol.in Chief, combined, and broke to drive. One 2-year-old gelding, by Dolan Chief. Extra nice and imbroke. One 3-year-old maie. bv Pea Vine. ' i Extra nice driver and foaled to jack. One fi-ycar-o!d cow, with 3-wceks- old calf by her side. Extra good milker. t One 4-year-old Jersey cow, thor- oughbred, and giving milk. 'M 750-lb. heifers. Extra fine. Coin fed since the middle of November. DO 12o-lb. shoats. 7f nive Western ewes. Due to lamb February 15. Will be sold in Iot rf 25 . fi nice brood sows. Due to farrow 3Inrch ! One thoroughbred Duroe boar. ., . , I1 our Xcw Departure walking cul- tivator. 2 Vulcan wooden bean breaking plows. Lr.t rf chicken coops. Some Household Furniture, and other things too numerous to mention. TERMS $20.00 and under cash ; oyer that amount negotiable note: payable in 4 months without interest. H. R. WATTS, Auctioneer. SPRING SHOWINGS Suits of latest styles in New White Serges and all leading- shades in prices from $10.00 up. Dresses in new crea tions and very latest shades and all latest designs from $5.75' -up. 5 Coat& and Skirts of new .Spring designs from $3.75 up. WINCHESTER CLOAK & SUIT CO. Inc. A. M. DOMES, Manager. ElksBaildTng Both Phones 364. 61 MainS1reet WINCHESTER, KY. Read The News 2 Oliver steel 'beam breaking plowi'. yme ueenng u inner, gooa aswiew. One Avery combined drill, guod as new. One tonguelcss cutting harrow. One Deering mower. One CO-tooth smoothing harrow. One Bemis tcbaeco setter. One Kentucky shoe drill. One 2-horse corn planter. One .-teel iron roller. One 7-barrel galvanized tank. One maikcr. "One good wagun and bed. lOne hay frame, 2 tobacco frames. Two double-shovels. Two tobacco plows. Double and single trees. One MoyerAubbcr tire road wagon, good as new. Lot cf loenst posts. Six cattle troughs, Lot of woveivwire fence. Kome rron ;n cr;b. Lot of shredded fodder. 3 sets gear. ' . . , et ot uiigzv Harness, iara Keuie. ' nc 'ron on-'cr- i " T-ot of Plymouth Roek pullets. re. alleiv; " .Winchester, Ky. V-