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"Entered as second-class matter,
November 28, 1908, it the posoffice
- im Winchester, Kentucky, under the
IKttirch.-3,1879.''
Beth Pfcenes'91.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
Daily, one year $3.00
Six Months ... 1.50
Oie-Jfontk ,. .25
r -T.pyaWe in Advance.
miS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOkEIGII
ADVERTISING BY THE
GENERAL OFFICES
.JfctEW. YORK AND CHICAGO f
BRANCHES IN ALTrtJi PjMNCIPAL CITIES
crand jury while ha is iu office.
TKguTat tbfr-'cIoSr of Xte term Br!
entered an order that the next
giand jury take up these charges
and in doing so made the fol!ownir
cilticism dtjlie minority of the Feb
ruui? giaiid jury: '
'In the matter o fclie inve&tiation
before the grand jury of the fraud?,
ciimes and' corruption committed in
Scott county in the State Democrat
ic primary election held July J, 3911,
the grand jury impanelled at the
present term of this court, returned
with the final report, records and
'memoranda made by themselves pro-J
elude, beyond a reasonable doubt,
the idea thnt the matter referred to
were" or could, have beej faithfully
considered, or fairly acted upon by
,the minority of that grand jury,
therefore, it is ordered and directed
that an investigation of these frauds
and crimes lie referred to the next
grand jury to be impanelled at -the
Hay term 1912, of this couit."
Man Winchest
HaveJ;
Heard it ar tttr Thereby;
Dr. Uriel Buchanan, a clairvoy
ant, of -Louisville, swindled Louis
ville women out of thousands of dol
lars, lie got $2,000 from Mrs. Vio
la Frey. lie told her that if she
would pnt money in chamois -bag
around her neck and let him hypno
tize her the money would grow fabu
lously. She did this but ivhi she
opened the bag it contained tissue
paper.
Think of that! And free schools
in every town.
A JUDGE WHO MEANS BUSINESS.
Over in Scott county Judge Robert
Lee Stout ordered a grand jniy to in
vestigate charges of fraud in con
nection- Avith the Democratic State
nrimarv election last July. Five
members refused to vote for indict
ments and Judge Stout promptly or
dered the Clerk to record their names
and to see that they were not sum-
Getting any eggs, Suppose you
try Purina Chicken Chowder a while
and watch results. Purina Chick
feed is best for young chicks, just
what they need to make them grow.
J. R. Martin Coal & Supply Co.
2-2G-2t V v
PLEADS GUILTY
"Good aews travels fast' and, the
thousands pf bad back sufferers in
WincbesW are 'glad, to learn that re
lief may be within their reach.
Many a lame, weak' and aching ibnisk
is ibad no more, thanks -to. Douith
Kidney Pills. Thousands upon
thousands of people are telling' the
news of their experience "with the
Old "Quaker Remedy. Here is an ex
ample worth reading:
C. M. Hamilton, farmer, W. Main
street, Carlisle, Ky. says : f "About
eight years ago, I hod typhoid fcter
which, left my kidheys weak and af-T
tor that I was subject to frequent,
spells of kidney, complaint. My
back became weak and lame and if,
I stooped , shai-p twinges shot
through my body. The Kidney secre
tions were at times too frequent in
passage, then again just the reverse.
I used Doan's Kidney Pills and they
entirely relieved me."
For sale b all dealers. Price 30
cents. Foster-'Miliburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name Doan'srx
and take no other.
Raymond Blye( plead guilty on a
clAirge of chicken stealing Saturday
in the County Court before Judge
Evans and was sentenced to 30 days
in jail.
The chickens -were stolen from
Mr. John C. M.'Day.
We have always- on hand the
choicest Timothy hay, and' our prices,
arc as low as passible.
J. R. Martin Coal & Supply.Ca,
2-26-2t
BUYS BOURBON. FARM'
Mr. Thomas -Brock, of this. v it y.
has purchased a fram of 31." acre.
on the Stony Point road in Bourbon
county from Mr. L. II. Reynolds at
$110 per acre, possession to be given
March 1.
Mr.. Brock will continue to make
moned for service on either petitorlhis residence in this city.-
FURS1 FURS!! FURS!!!
Cash
Will pay yon he Highest
Prices for your Furs.,
J. W. HISEL
1 Bridge Junk Shop,
No. 23 Nortn -Mapie-st
East Tennessee Phone 215, Home.
Phone 596. 11-18-4UK?
WINCHESTER'S
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IDEA HUSTI
HELP THE POOR
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Through the courtesy df the man
agers of the Auditorium Skating
RinkJUESD AY, FEBRUARY 27 has been
set aside as"" Charity Day " kM
.the proceeds of both afternoon
nd evening sessions are to be
given to the Associated Charities.
. ' This i a worthy cause r ktift the
house should be packed at both
performances. 1
DON'T FORGET THE DATE
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AFTERNOON 2-TO 5, ADMISSION AND- SKATES, - 10c
EVBIWG '7 T0 10, ADMfSSiflN Itte ; SKATES, - 15c
"Sale'tf StAk aJfi, FarnAi;
iv" liMliwnts.
If, nrfrented privately before day
rof sale,. I will on February 'if offer
for rent' publicly- to the. highest bid
der my farm of 63 acregf ,fiye and a
half miles; from Winchester on the
Iron Works pike. Also at the same,
lime aadiplace, I will offer for sale:
l;niafe,4-years old, gentle to drive.
1 tolack mare, 8- years old, extra
fine. ' ---V
1 Holstein cow, fresh March 16.
1 heifer, high grade, fresh May 17.
1 registered Jersey coW giving
milk.
1 Jersey cow, calf by side.
2 Red, Duroc .Jersey brood sows,
.due to farrow in AprhVJ"
5 shoats, (weight about 40 Ib's.
15 head of sheep, extra good, now
lambing.
1 two-horse wagon.
1 iJeering mower. .
1 two-horse corn planter.
lrealnng plow..
1. double shovel plow.
2 one-horse cultivators.
1 iron kettle, 50 gallons.
1, hog box.
2 vices.
- 2 hnA, corn planters.
1 grubbing hoe.
.lydigge.rv an shovel..
3 pitch forks.
.1 pair, of wire fence stretchers.
2 sets of wjagon harness.
1 set of buggy harness.
1 cier mill.
, 1 scoop shovel.
"1- patent, digger.
' T pair of hand stilyards.
About 75 rods of poultry fence.
3 black 'bronze tnrkcy hens and
torn,
7 pure bred Pekin ducks.
0 Ehdcn- geese.
1 pajr. White PearJ guineas.
1 dozen White Leghorn hens.
f. 1 doz&n B. P. Rock hens. ,
1 carpenters' bench.
I anvil.
1 buggy.
About 50 wellmade chicken coops
Other things too numerous to men
lion. Terms made known on day of
sale.
Sale start at ten, o'clock, a, m
6. KISSINGER,
H. R. Watts, auctioneer.
,(e.o.d)
THfc MS'.C&Mt CLU
The nicest and most ap-to-date
perfumes and toilet articles at tin
Brown,-Proetoria Pharmacy r Tin
store of quality. 12-U-e.o.d-ti
NOT SALTS, OIL OR
BS BUT OASCARETS
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No Odds How Sick Your Stomach;
How Hard Your Head Aches Or
How Bilious Cascarcts Make .You
Feel Greft .
The time is now approaehinjr for
those boys who.cxpect. to filter the
corn-raising contest to' ajegin-Dusi-
ness.
The following directions are given
after careful working out far the use
of boys in competitive corn growing.
(Thdse -maV-'be modified to .su'uV local
conditions.)
Breaking land.
Land, if sod, is to be plowed not
lei than 6 inches deep. And other
land not less -than 7 or 8 inches deep.
(In both instances preferably deep
er.) .
Preparation for planting.
1. (Harrow with drag harrow.
2. Donble-disk both; ways. (Use
cultivator is you have no disk.)
3. Harrow wirli drag harrow
aglain. (Kepeat every ie anjs 01
two weeks' until planting time.)
Planting.
1. Check with planter 3 feet 8
inches each way.
2. If planter can not be used, lay
off the ground 3 feet 8 inches eaeu
way, 3 inches deep with single shovel
plow, and cover by hand. If. cover
ed with drag, harrow immediately
with tooth harrow. (No corn tan. be
planted, over 3 inches deep.)
Time of planting.
Depends upon , local .conditions.
KStitude, etc;
Cultivation.
1. ITarrow 4 or 5 days after
planting, if weather permits.
2. Cultivate with fine-tooth cul
tivator, if one is available, until
becomes too large.
3. If no fine-tooth cultivator can
be had-and a disk cultivator Is avail
able, use it for first two cultivations;
then use bull tongues.
4., If. one-horse cultivation, n-e
small harrow, preferably, or double-
shovel with bull tongues.
s. VJhon corn is too lanre for
two-horse cultivator, use a small liar
row or drag between rows.
- G. Cultivate each wcok until corn
Jasscls. . , t
Very important.
Never cultivate over 2 inches deep
Never work in ground that is too
wet.
The school children of Canada in
three years raised the average wheat
production 5 bushels cn the aero;
if the boys of Kentucky will by in
tensive and scientific farming in
crease the production 5 bushels on
the acre and the price remains about
like the 1910 price, the crop would
bring $10,000,000 more dollars to
thev farmers. Yonrs.
JOIIN L. BOSLEY.
i THE STORE OF PLEASANT A NO PROFITABLE SHOfftNG Mi
CHILDREN'S WEAR
Ready-made. Dresses JRpm
pers and middy blouses iqz
children 2 yrs. to 16 .yjs. old.
Save time and worry by
buying the"se genteel; 4gar
mients They are attrac
tive too. EVERY ONE is
new and fresh since' ihis is
our first season handling chil
dren's wash dresses.
Prices 25c to S1.T3
You men and women who somehow
can't get feeling right who have an
almost daily headache, coated tongue,
foul taste and foul breath; dizziness,
can't sleep; are bilious, nervous, and
upset, bothered with a sick, gassy,
disordered stomach, or have back
ache and feel all worn out.
Are you keeping clean inside with
Cascarets, or merely forcing a pas
sageway every few days with salts,
catharticjpills or castor oil? This is
important.
Cascarets work while yon sleep;
cleanse and regulate the stomach, re
move' the; sour, undigested and fer
menting food and foul-gases; take the
excess bile from the liver- and carry
out of the" system all the-decomposed
waste matter arid poison in the intes
tines and bowels.
- A Cascaret tonight will strengthen
yon o'ut'by morning a 10-cent box
from any drug store will- keep yonr
pooojsnsj jCaqj osmsaoq sjsirosuQ
Doa't forget the children. They love
entire,family feeling good.or'inontbs
Jo good never, gripe or sicken .
FURS! FURS!! v FURS'!!
Will pay;.yoa... the. Hlgfcest Cast.
Jfrjr.HISEbi 5- V
' Bridge Jnnk; Shop
Est TtamMtm-fm 215, Hcww
NEIGHBOR'S CHICKENS
Editor of the News.
Dear sir
I would like'to have just a few
lines of your valuable pace to ask
the citizens of Winchester "if they
were in favor of the Council passing
a law requiring people to keep their
chickens confined on- their own
premises,-ttfter -March the fiit. I
am fond of pretty and attractive
front yards and I believe every one
in the city has the' same fondness,
but that is .one thing the good house
wives can not have, while their
neigldbor's chickens are allowed to
ran at large. If they are, have
them get busy as Friday night will
be night of the Council meeting.
Very respectfully,
A-SUBSCRIBER.
SHOCKING SOUNDS
In the earth- are sometimes 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 yon the
Kidneys neediattention if you would
escape- those dangerous maladies.
Dropsy, Diabetes or Bright's dis-
Lease.. Take Electric Bitters ia.t once
and .see backache fly and- all your
hestr feelings return." flfy son re
ceived: great ben fit from their use for
kidney ai&d;. bladder: trouble' writes-
Peter. Bndyr South; Btffikwood.
Mich., It;itertairiy: argriat Idd
inayj.HfianR.',' !Bry it. 50- cents
Remember Looking or buying you are al
ii ways assured a cordial welcome.
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WE ARE SATISFIED WITH SMALL PROFITSI
CLASS C.
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The HOME BUILDING AND SAVING ASSOCIATION will ope
the books of CLASS C (the new class) on Saturday March 2nd,
1912, and dues will be received by 'the Secretary at the office of
the Association, at the Clark County National Bank Building.
Those who have subscribed for stock will please eall and get' their
books. Any person who has not subsdribed for stock and wishes
Jo do so, may secure same calling on S. W. 'Powell, Secretary, or
any ef the solicitors of the Association.
S. W. POWELL, Secretary V. W. BUSH, President
MR.
FARMER
Does the saving of
a dollar appeal to
you?
IF SO DON'T FAIL TO SEE OUR
LINE OF
Horse Collars, i
Back Bands
Belly Bands
Blind Bridles
i Trace Chains
. Breeching
- and Hames !
We have the most complete
line in the city. Bought Tight,
therefore can sell at the right
price. See us and save money.
Grubbs & Benton
. Cor. Main & Broadway
Winchestar, Kj.
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