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' . .1 Byys a Good First Class Every Day Watch SPRING COATS ! Don't forget when JEWELER U CXklLAir-W OPTICIAN 1 it A CALL '. AND SEE IT in tne maraei hmr a Stoves! L V s O C I E T Y Delightful Lucheon Dmiiijr intermission at the Young Mail's Dance AYcdnesday evening, a delightful luncheon was given by Messrs. Kid Allen, Joe Tucker, Lati mer Allan and -"Frank MeGuffiu at Vcnnilion & Longs Tea Room. Thoo present were .Mr, . Kid Allen and Jliss Cora Baldwin; Joe Tucker and MNs Mildred Juhnsoiij: Latimer Allan nmV' Mis Catherine Withers, and Frank MeGufiin and Miss Cornolia Keniek. Mrs. A. It. Baldwin very charmingly chaperoned the party. Lyric Party Mrs. Henry IT. Phillips entertninod on Thursday evening .with a Lyric parly, in honor of IXIrs. J. C. Toler, of Gale-ooro, 111., who is one of Win chester's loveliest visitors. Following the pciformanre, which was thoroughly enjoyed, the paity was served 'with delightful hot choc olate, club tea. sandwiches and home made candies at the Brown-Procloiia Phaimacy. Parido Davis - Mr.Janios Parido. aged 20, -on of (Mr. George W. Parido, -and -Mis Mary Davis", aged 22, were married by the Rev. M. P. Lowry Wednesday afternoon at the home of the officiat ing minister, on Taylor avenue. The groom is a farmer and a man of excellent qualities. , , The bride, who is the daughter of the late Mr. James Davis, is popular. with a host of friends. Both the young people are of this county., Mis Nannie Bon-den is visitingJ relatives in Virginia. Dr. James II. Martin - .was in Frankfoit Tuesday on 'business. Mr. Jack Lisle attended the dance in Georgetown Thursday evening: Mr. W. M. Sewdl is on the road this week in the interest of the Win chester Novelty Company. Mr. Lee Bloomfield has been in Midway this week looking after his business in that city. Mr. William Ilodgkin, of ;th'j J. R. Martin Coal and Supply Compa ny, has returned from a, business trip to Indiana. Mr. George G. Prewitt and son, Ben T., have moved into the city and taken rooms at Mrs. Calmes on Fair fax street. Mrs. Lee, Wainseott is recovering from a week's illness of the grip at the home of her mother, Mrs. II. A. Rogers, in the county. The many friends of' Mr. S. Na ivar.ra, the confectioner, will be Sorry to learn that he has ibeeu quite sick for the past ten days. Rev. W. P. Stuart, of Eii.nbeih town, who was taken .suddenly ill while conducting a meeting at Frank fort, continues about the same. Mr. James ,1'atterson was at heme over Sunday from a month's stay on the road. Mr. Vic Bloomfield has received an invitation from the management to attend the Cincinnati Auto Show. Miss Saucie Shaw is vi-iting in Versailles. From there she will go to Chicago to inspect the spring styles, returning homo about the first of March. Circuit Clerk Aldridgehas about recovered "from the grip and its after , effects. There will be a call meeting of the Ha i t Chapter 1). A. R.. with the re gent. Miss" Miller, at her home Fri day afternoon at four o'clock, Business of importance. 1 Mi-. James T. Elkin and family have moved to Winchester from the Fox Station section, and will reside h'cre for the present, having rented his faim recently. Mrs. J. II. Evans was the ho-tcss at a charming "42"' party la-t Tues day evening at her home on Maple street. Ffve tables played and a very pleasant time wnS'enjoycd. Little Virginia Martin has rettnn edVrom a visit of several weeks in Lexington. She was. accompanied by her aunt, Mrs. May. who s-pent several days with Mrs. J. L. Waller. Hon. W. A. Price, the represcnta tivejirom the city of Covington in ihi lower branch of the legislature, was here Saturday and Sunday, the gue-t of his mother and other relatives. Alex Skoygaard, the great Danish violinist will be heard in the drawing room of Miss Mary Belle Field Mil ler's home on the evening of the 28th. This is a rare opportunity for music FARMERS Attention! Wc will have with us at our Main Store a wire fence demonstrator from Pittsburg for two days Saturday, February 24th -AND- v Monday, February 26th This will be a great opportunity for ail farmers, You can see just how the fences are made, and thus know why you should buy our line of fences. Parnsh Bradley ft Co. PERRY BUILDING All of the latest models in Spring Coats maybe seen at our store at lower prices than they can be secured else where in the city. We haye a com plete line of millinery. WINCHESTER CLOAK I SUIT CO. Inc. A. M. DOMES, Manager. Elks Building Both Phones 364. 61 Main Street & WINCHESTER, KY. cooking stove either gas or coal, that we are headquarters for them. We are th only car-loa6buyef s in the city and by reason of the fact that we do buy in large quan tities, hence buy for less. We are therefore in a position to sell you a stove for less. A dollar saved is a dollar made. Come in and have a look at our line to-day. It's always a pleas ure to show our goods. GRUBBS & BENTON Cor. Main and Broadway WINCHESTER, KY. lovers. Mc-M. Mark McClure and Lewi Hart left Thursday for Nashville. Tenn., to accept a. position with the E. T. Lewis Company, who have a $270,000 cdntract for the laying of hrick street. Mrs. John Clelland -was-at home Wednesday evening at a very infor mal ten in compliment to Miss Anita Carranza, of San Jose, Costa llico. wlio is attending college at Lexing ton and came over for the young men's dance Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. "Frank Couehman and family will go to their farm (March 1 on the Bcckncrvillc road, near the water -works, to reside. Mr. Couehman has been connected with McCord & Phillips store for some time. Mr. Jeff Ratliff leaves this week for Bath county, where he goes to take charge of a large farm. Mr. and Mrs. J. Leslie Scott, Pine Grove, came up Wednesday for a visit. lo relatives and attend the dance. Mrs. Krnest Bean's many friends will Be sorry to lenrn that she -on-tiuues iuite sick at the hospital in Lexington. Miss Ada Lee Boone, daughter of County Clerk Boone, is at homo .from Sayrc Institute, Lexington, for a few days. Mr. Joseph .MeCord was called lo Lexington this week on business. Miss Margaret Day is at home from Hamilton college Lexington, for a few days. Mr. C C. Perry, who has been with his uncle, Mr. R. R. Prry, ha. re turned to his home in Anderson county. Mr. Pavey T. Davis is ill at hrs home on Lexington avenue. ALMOST LOST HIS LIFE. S. A. Stid, of Mason, Mich., will never forget his terrible exposure to a merciless storm. "It gave me a dreadful cold," lie writes, "that caused severe pains in my chest, so it was hard for ae to breathe. A neighbor gave me several doses of Dr. King's New Discovery which brought great relief- The doctor said I was on the Verge of pneumo nia, but to continue with the Dis covery. I did so and two bottles completely cured me." Use only this quick, safe, reliable medicine for coughs, colds, or any throat or lung tronble. Price 50c and .$1.00 Trial bottlo free. Guaranteed by All Druggists. V STORE CLOSED Our store will be closed all Friday afternoon in order to mark down our stock. ' I. II. DAVIS. (2-23-11) ' Tffey do say Yellow jacket Coal is the hottest thing on earth, and a trial will make you a steady customer J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. 2-22-2t EXPERT TAILOR Mr. Gus J. Hunt, an expert tailor representing the Goldman-Beckman Clothing Company, will be at my store to take orders for tailor-made suits, Friday and Saturday. . P. II. DAMS, (2-23-2t) BLAMED A GOOD WORKER. "I blamed my boart for severe distress in my left side for two years," writes W. Evans, Danwlle, 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 trouble. !PTistipation, headache or debility. ;V3 cents at AH D-uggists. BACK GIVE 00T Plenty of Winchester Readers Have This Exeprience. You tax the kidneys overwork them They can't keep up the continual strain. ' ' The hack sometimes give out it may ache and pain; Urinary troubles are likely to set in. Don't wait longer take Doan's Kidney Pills. Residents of this vicinity endorse them. Can Winchester people doubt the following evidence? Mrs. Margaret Nelson, 223 E. Main st.. Lexington, Ky., says: "For about ten years I was troubled by severe backache, and at times was unable to do my work. I tried several reme dies, but received no relief until I used Doan's Kidney Pills. The first few doses helped me and the contents of three boxes cured me." For sale by all dealers. Price .10 cents. (Fostcr-Miliburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. i Don't forget us when in need of corn and oats. We handle the best the market affords and sell on a very close margin. J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. -20-t 0-?R SPRING LINE OF MANHATTAN SHIRTS Are now ready for your inspection. You will find them correct and just what you want. SI. SO TO $3.SO . You will also find just the fit you have been looking for in our new stock of Stetson Hats just arrived. $3.50 TO $5.00 Don't miss our end season specials in Suits and Overcoats. Will close these out below cost. You are the loser if you pass these by. ZELLNER-BLOOMFIELD CLOTHING CO. EASILY BREAKS A SEVERE COLD K 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) EXPERT TAILOR Full line of candies, fruits and cisrars at Vermilion & Longs. 2'.-2i Gefffirg an" eggs? Suppose you fry Purina Chicken Chowder a while and .watch revolts. Purina Chick feed is best for youn chicks, just what they need to make them grew, J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co. 2-22-2t Mr. Gus J. Hunt, an export tailoi representing the Goldiiuui-I'eekman Clothing Company, will be at my store to take orders for tailor-made Miits, Friday and Saturday. 'P. H, (2-23-2t) DAVIS r- Tlp to Talker. You can't proto you 'are a good talker by doing It all; comparisons are needed. . . STORE CLOSED Our store will ae clo-ed all Friday afternoon in order to mark down our slock. 1 1 . p. n. DAVIS, (2-232t). In Just a Few Hours. All Misery i From a Bad Cold Or The IGrippe Will Be Overcome where else in the world, which will euro your cold or end Grippe misery as promptly and without any okfaer as-i.-tance or bad 'after-effects, as a 2."i-ccnt parkage of Tape's Coid Coaa- puiMiil, which any druggist ia tb world can supply. Pape's Cold Compound is the tc suit of thro years' research at a cost oC more than fifty thousand di.I lards and contains no quinine, which wc have conclu-ively dcramtatratcd is not effective in the treatment of colds or grippe. tl is a positive fact that a dose of Pape's Cold Compound taken ev ery hvo hours until three consecutive deses are taken, will end the Grippe and break up the most -severe cold, either in the head, chest, back, stom ach, limb? or any part of tho body. It promptly relieve-; the mot mis erable headache, dullness, head and nose stuffed up, fcverUhness, sneez ing, sore throat, running of the nose, mucous catarrhal discharges, sore ness, stiffness and rheumatic twinges Take this harmlc-s Compound as directed with the knowledge that there is-no .other medicine made any- FURS! FURS!! FUMIM Will pay yoa the Highest Ouk Piiccs for your Furs.. J. W. HIS EL Bridge Junk Sfcepy No. 23 North Maple at East Tennessee Pfcoae 215, Seat Phone 59ff. " H-l-fae Jellico Coal, known whertW Mt V is used, may be fevml in Mr M-fc" date yards. FrMRpt fclifay mil tionest weights. .. li J. R. Martin Cal ISttMty L. I