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I r "it tt THE WINCHESTER NEWS 9- - Ar "USE NOTHING COMMON BUT SENSE" HIGH ART SIGNS A GOOD SIGN TO THE SAME AS TO A TRAIN. a; lVnn Save Time by Telephoning When a man feels the necessity of being in two places at the same time "he goes to the nearest telephone and sends his .voice By having the service of the lu Is easy to travel all over the State and other States. If you haven't onr service you should have. Call our manager for full information. ' IAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY HEP THE POOR Through tie courtesy of the man agers of the Auditorium Skating RinkJUES DAY, FEBRUARY 27 has been set aside as " Charity Day " and the proceeds of both afternoon and evening sessions are to be given to the Associated Charities. This is a worthy cause and the house should be packed at both performances. DON'T FORGET THE DATE m r A BUSINESS IS A LOCOMOTIVE perry I -.VAPOR TREATMENT For Catarrh, Colds, Coughs, Sore Throat and Bronchitis. Everybody knows that breathing IIYOMEI a few times a day through the little hard rubber pocket inhalei will in a short time drive out catarrh IMauy people regularly use the va por treatment at night in conjunc tion with the inhaler, claiming that it hastens results. This is the vapor treatment: Into a bowl three quarters full of boilins water pour a scant teaspoonful of HYOMEI, cover head and bowl witr. towel and breathe for five minutes the soothing healing, antiseptic HYOMEI vapor. Try it when us ing HYQMEI for any nose or throat ailment. HYiQMEI is guaranteed by rhil lips Drug Store, to put an end to catarrh, or money back. A bottle of HYOMEI costs 50 cents; a com plete outfit, which includes inhaler, $1.00. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH. George W. Shepherd, pastor. Ser vices at Court House. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. Prayer meeting) Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. satsl0-tf Milk a Fire Extinguisher. . It has. been proved that milk will effectually extinguish the flames from gasoline, or any form of petroleum, since it 'forms an emulsion with the oil. whereas water only spreads it A Real Treasure. A memory without blot or contam ination must be an, exquisite treasure, an inezhaustlbe source of pure re freshment. Charlotte Bronte. FURS! FURS!!, FURS!!!- Will pay yon the Highest Cash Prices for your Furs. J. HISEL Bridge Junk Shop - No. 23 North Maple st East Teanewse Pfcoae 215, Hon PboseoW. U4Mw ABE ATTELL WHIPPED BY New Pugilistic Champion Comes Out of Fight Which Ten Thousand Sports Saw at Los Angeles. Los Angeles, Cal., ;Feb. 23. A new pugilistic champion was made in the Vernon arena Thursday when Johnny Kiibane, of Cleveland, Ohio, decisive ly outfought, outgamed and outpun ished Abe Attell ht a tewenty-rouml contest and at the eloc was awarded the featherweight ' title 'by Referee Charles Eyton. Nearly 10,000 persons saw the fight. Fully 5,000 others were turn ed away at the gates. It was the greatest crowd' that .ever viewed a prize fight in Los Angeles. The re ceipt's amounted to about $23,000. The men fought for a. purse of $10, 000 of which Attell was to receive .$(5,500, win or Jose or draw, and Kii bane $3,500. Besides they agreer to divide evenly fifty per cent of the moving pi6ture privilege. Atteff Clearly Outfought Attell was clearly outfonht. Hi. boasted speed and wonderful clever ness were not. in evidence. Kilbant made him look like a novice in near ly every round. .Only in one round, the seventh, did Attell have a lead and in that it was not by any means as decisive as that of Kiibane in the remaining rounds. Attell ibrought the wrath of the big crowd upon himself , by foul tactics Time and again he would hold Kil bane's left arm with both hands and once, in the eight, he grabebd Kil--hane's'lcft arm wit hboth hands and tried to bend it-back. In the third round he "heeled" the Cleveland boy while in every succeeding round hi work called forth, hisses from the crowds. la the seventh round, after rush- uig into a clinch to avoid KilbaneV tattoo of his face and body, Attell hutted the Cleveland boy with his head opening a great gash over The Wheeler Sisters with The at the Opera House all next -week c WHEELER SISTERS BIG STOCK COMPANY. The management of the Winches ter Opera House announces that lie has secured the famous Wheeler Sif ter Big Stock Company for an entire week's engagement, commencing Monday, February 2G. It has bien the subject of much comment in all the leading papers and possibly in every city cf the United States that the good old time drama and melo-drama is a thing of the past. That the motion picture has been the cause of this decltue of the drama. This, however, is not true, but on the other hand the mo tion pictures .is going to bring about the return cf this, class of attraction ror the reason that have keep up nterest in dramas- vy introducing :t in almost every motion picture that is made. -And now the public ind motion picture lovers' are elam ring for their old time favorites in eal life. The melo-drama is "coming'back" jnto. vits own. No better proof of the above l : tlio blood spurted prof usoly. Attell Covered With Grease At the beginning of the sixteenth (round IJpfcree Eytcm stopped the fight, grabbed a towel and thorough ly wiped off Attell's body. It was seen to be covered with some greasy substance. Attell protested but the referee paid no attention to him. Kilbanc's work has a revelation even to his friends. Entering the ring with the odds two to one against him he never faltered for an instant. He fought fast and showed clever work, both with hands and fee. A straight left jab to Attell's nose or soe left eye was his favorite blow. He would send this in and then, like a flash, cross with his right to the other, side of Attell's head and jump back out of harm's way. Attell seemed wild throughout the fight, but this was due as much to Kilbane's foot work as to any other cause. Time and again the bewildered At tell tried in vain to corner the Cleve land man. The decision of Referee Eyton was received with cheers and Kiibane was carried from the 'build ing on the shoulders of his friends. "I want to telephone to Mary," "e said, meaning Mrs. Kiibane.. ) Don't forget your dinner Saturday ind Courtday. Everything from a cent lunch to a- $5 dinner. J-23-2t Vermilion & Long. FURS! FURS!! FURS!)! Will pay you the Highest Cash 'rices for your Furs. J. W. HISEL Bridge Junk Shop. No. 23 North Maple st. East Tennessee Phone 215, Home Phone 596. ll-18-4mo MEAL! MEAL!! MEAL!!! When in need of any meal don't forget that we -have the old fash ion water mill stones and do custom grinding. T. M. Domigan, opposite I David Gay's warehouse, on corner I Winn avenue. " a-ss 2-1 -lm Wheeler Sisters BigSock Company, ommencing Monday, February 2G. i statement can be had than the ac tual experience, in other uoids business, that thp- management of the Wheeler Sisters Big Stock Com pany the attraction at the Opera House all next week, has experienced this season. Capacity houses greet ing them everywhere. The Wheeler Sister Big Stock Company is one of the strongest repertoire shows ever en tour. Car rying an acting company oFsixteen people . and six vaudeville acts. Headed by the famous Wheeler Sis ters, the ibig "Favorites of the South." Special scenery and elec trical effects are carried for every production. The opening play . Monday night "From Rags to Riches," is a come dy drama full of heart interest. Prices 10c, 20c and 30c. Seat on sale at usual place. Ladies -will bo admitted free" Monday night when aceompanied.,by one paid 30 cent ticket. Same must be bought before 6 m. Monday. Try to get 2 for 30 cents; Kilbana's left, eye from which HOUSE Next Week Commencing MONDAY, FEB. 26 "THEWHEELERSISTERS 16 PEOPLE - 16 6 Big Vaudeville Acts 6 OPENING PLAY "From Rags to Riches" Prices 10, 20 & 30c Ladies will be admitted free Monday .night when accompanied by 1 paid 30c ticket. Same must be bought at the ad vance sale before 6 p.m. Monday. Try To Get In Hem fmmTM. Offies lcun I I II 1 I P DR. M. L. MYERS, DENTIST, rift Fleer JlcZliewssy BoutaC WINCHESTER. KY. PENDLETON, BUSH & BUSH Attorneys-at-Law 5th Floor McEldowney Building Winchester, Ky. J. M. STEVENSON Attarney-at-Law 60 S. Main St. Winchester, Ky E. E. LOOHIS ' Auctioneer McEldowney Building, Winchester, Ky. For Sale or Rent! At Hunt, Kentucky, Clark county, G miles from Winchester, n good pike and in . neighborhood of very best graded schools, a most desira ble .business property, consisting of storeroom, stock of goods, 2 nice dwellings, blacksmith shop, 2 large gardens, in all about 2 acres of land. Will sell at a bargain if taken at once. See G. M. Glenn on the prem ises. TODD BROS., (Tome phone 472. Winchester, Ky. (2-15-lmo Iisnre in STROTHER'S OLD RELIABLE FIRE INSURANCE" AMD REAL ESTATE AGENCY Mfflc FratsnHy BMf., Meet Its THIS WAY FOR Fresh and Cured Meats, Country Produce, nice eat ing and cooking apples and Fresh Oysters. Your patronage solicited. , s Terms Cash H. L GILBERT & CO. Home PtaM 37 Tues-Thurs-Sat DRINK I1MI ! - -MOftCTHANWET OPERA : CLASSfB) COLUMH CLASSIFIED ADVERTISCHMTa le i wtnl tar a akaj Se a war far Una swUmw. JjC a war far aaaft tertian. 10c a wari par wmRL Seattarai anartlaaa. la aw aoai tm 1 laaartfaa. flatMH laaarlai far am 9m m far ha TRACY AND STOKELY A BARGAIN. If sold at once; house of 4 room's; lot 50x150; cistern gas, outbuilding?, rents at $10 per month; here is a chance to net 10 per cent on your investment. Office in McEldowney BaSag BOTH PHONES FOR RENT 10 room house 6n South Main street ; modern conven--ience. C. G. Bush. 2-23?3t WANTED A young man "with best of reference, wants a position a some office at a fair salary wei it -will be convenient for iim to gt' off occasionally on other business.,. i .appiy Vy. u. itooDins ai mis omcr. k 2-23-3t WANTED White or colored girl'to do housework. Charles Bahnut. 102 'llaple and Holly. 2-23-3t WANTED I want to rent a 6 or 7 room cottage, centrally located, with modern conveniences. Apply to A. Fcld. 2-23-tf ROOMS FOR RENT Apply at 13G College street, or call Home. phone' 341. ' 2-23-t LOST, STRAYED er STOLEN From my place 2 1-2 miles from Winchester on the Colbyville.pike, a black yearling filly. "Any infor mation Us to her whereabouts will be rewarded by II. B. 'Little, Homo phone 75G. 2-22-3 1 FOR RENT Jly old house o ten rooms on 'Maple street. Apply to A. J. Earp. 2-20-t FOR SALE or EXCHANGE Fcr down town property or farm, a nice 7 room house with water, gas, meat house, nice barn, plenty fruit and three extra lots. Todd Broi. 2-20-12t STRAYED From rav farm on the iParis pike one red de-horned steer; weight about 700 ponnds. Information -to his -whereabout? will be appreciated. Calloway Crawford. 2-20-tf MONEY TO LOAN on real estate; Long term. Easy payments. Ap ply to Robbins, News office. 2-20-lwk FOR RENT (Four rooms at 306 S. iMain street. Good garden and stable. Apply to T. J. Bradley or Mrs. I. A. Shirley. 2-20-lwk FOR SALE A coming 4-year-ol4 iPercheon mare; weight 1200 lbs. Floyd W. Clay, Indian Fields, Ky. (2-20-ot) FOR RENT A new modern- buili house centrally located; posses sion middle of "March. Apply to Bobbins at News office. 2-17-fit FOR RENT Four or five rooms, gas and cistern. Home phone 66 or apply at No. 116 North Highland.' 2-13-tf ' t - WANTED Young men wanting .'a musical education, at very4' liltla cost should join Modern Woodmen of America Band and Tchesti$. For particulars apply jG?- H; Mackie, director, at Barnes' Gro cery or Dr. E. R. Bush, president, Fraternity Building. 2-12-imo FOR SALE The Big Rua Coal, Ha best on the market; yards t6 Wst Broadway. Clark Ceaaty Cob struetion Coapany. . ll-2S-t FOR SALE 100 extnHM 1M -' Island Red pulUit" jJKaacknk, Home shne S13-JBt -1-5-tf 4 ,5 111 1 3 . fx i. i. c , " v'- - - VmMsawalaaf f -A( flBSE4EfEfaw.