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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 2 January 1912

L Is 1: 1 i ' . "f. '1. 1! u SSB'C H.BOWEN 4H1 I 1 0 C IETY Miss Hazel O'Rear EnJeriains Miss Hazel O'Ke'nr gave a bcuati ful Five Hundred Party Saturday evening for her house party, Hisses Bertie and Beulah Thompson, of Winchester, ':ind Mi-.-. Marshall Mos, off Louisville. VOIwi Ayr.'' )!ie lieauliful hoiiie of ii tjie yicjir, i in holiday attire for the alTair. with ChrUtuias dc-o- rations' jii evidence everywhere rqd bolls, mistletoe, holly and crimson carnations ln-iug ui-ed in profusion. A good game of .Five Hundred wa- ; . enjoyed, and the young ladieV prize 1 was n pair of sillc hose, while the prize lor Uic gentlemen was a jewel case. A delectable alad cour.-e was: cx rjuiMtely served and much enjoyed. Mis 0'Boar's guests included: Mi'. Bertie Thompson, 3Iiss Beulah Thompson, Miss Marshall Mos. Miss Frances Saffell, Miss Virginia Williams, Miss Elizabeth Simpson, Miss Elizabeth Breathitt. Mis erts, Mis-s Brownie Hubert-', 'Miss following menu was served Ruth Hanley, Mis Vir...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 2 January 1912

I? : - re it it r 3 f C " X Put Ft. .v-Wrp 1 ; AD WOLGAST ' " SERtOUSLY ILL Threatened With PnewnSnia at The Hmm ef His Manaeer, Thomas Jeaes. J li'itf 5? Los. Angeles, Jan. 2. Ail Wol gast, cUampioti lightweight pugilist of the world is seriously ill sit the home o.liis manager, Thomas Jonc, at Venice, being threatened vitii pneumonia. He contracted a seri- ous cold on an automobile trip. It is believed to have settled in his Jungs. SURE ID BREAK SEVERE Cfllll WHl Overcwne All Distress From A lad Ceid Or The Grippe In Just A Few Hews. The' most severe cold will be broken, and all grippe misery ended after "taking a dose of Pape's Cold Compound every two haul's until' three consecutive doses are taken. You will distinctly feel all the dis agreeable symptoms leaving after the very first first dose.. he most miserable headache, dull ness, bead and nose stuffed up, fev eris&ness, sneezing, running of the noee, sore throat, mucous catarrhal discharges, soreness, stiffness, rheu mati...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 3 January 1912

fcSSS5 THE : WlitMfER HEWS CggD Jv VOLUE 7; Ne, 83. WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1912. 2 CENTS A COPY; II CENTS A WEEK 85 4 1W tV - ASSOCIATED CHARES Beard of Directors Holds Meeting In Fraternity Building. Report of Secretary. The directors of. the Winchester Associated Charities held their reg ular monthly meeting Tuesday after noon iii the Fraternity building. Only those present can realize the magnitude of the work undertaken by this organization, which is slowly . but surely taking its place as a per manent fixture of our hustling town. Besides the Santa Clans sent to enlighten so many childish hearts and the -basket dinner sent to fifty or moic needy homes, there were the usual calls. The General Secretary reported: .Appeals for assistance, 22. Families helped, 1G. Cases reported to police, 1. Expenditures. Gt-ocelries 20.90. Fuel, $13.75.. Drugs, $2.35. One pair shoes, $2.50. One boy's suit, $1.75. Merchandise, $1.59. One cot for nurse, $1.35. Salary of nurse. ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 3 January 1912

Miii pi j i ij , N,i ji i JJl 1 . ...... J- LPtfj1.. ,." "". L1 'Jl '! 111 ' i,,.. - i if ' i I aS 8 . I 'ij? 11 i i i w t ! vli!i:: Ml mm 5 v 1 j 4, n j. . ii-ii- i , .i.. t ! w . 1111 p. i i a- i i i ... i 1 1 . 4H WIHCRSTR HEWS . IN-III SwtK Main Street, Winchester, Kentucky. , . Wly, Except Swriay. Entered as second-class matter, November 28, 1908, at the postoffice m Winchester, Kentucky, under the ict of March 3, 1879." Both Phones 91. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: By MaiL Daily, one year .$3.00 Six Month . 1.50 One Month .25 Payable in Advance. MVEJmSJM RATES: uy tiea....... .. .f .16 witua om wart.. .60 i vook, eeatiaaouly 1.00 i 1 itr mo eeatkBowIy. 3.00 wMka. 4 thM watk.... 2.44 Wtmx weeks, thfoa tint at week. 1.80 Fmb wades, two timM t week. . 1.20 RJMHtal MetfeM Pa Line: Imt weeks, om tim a week. . , .75 P iaim Botiees, body type. . .7c Pm reading, ntva heading. . . 15c fhiw eoatiaaons insertions of same .Kara at double the oae-am rate. ClaioHW Pr Wora: 0m iaMrtioL, any cditiom lc...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 3 January 1912

r t--' - p83- JAum i.r M'ppjk'-'i'ii JfW WP.''-g UPliiUy 'TwHP:.' '-isms' g ! I'J'UiMwi' 3: l jrr, i I --rf ii i i i ii uriiVi n'i r i?i irniMliiWr Hill iH'liliWii'ttHi I'MiIWi 'i' Wi mil I liWIWil s 9, ', - - 3t4ttfe , . . . THE WHlCHtSTER NEWS. Ilk . U Ii. ' I 1 .JEWELER C H. BOWEN C IETY 11 Elegant Dining Airs. Lula .Mansfield entertained Sunday, with an elegant dinner at tlic lionio of her father, J. II. "Wil Iianis, in honor of her brother, Mr. Hcn Williams, and hi- .bride. The guests wens Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Hed ge. Mr. and Airs. II. L. Ilnnler and two charming children, Lucy jiiid llallie, Mr. Sam Dethrae, Mr. hlenryj Jlunler, all of- Winchester; i jjlr. and Airs. Hoy liayburu, Mr. ' '.lames Swope. Air. 'and ".Mis. T. -'L. Landers. Mr. :ind Airs, lion land, and i . at daughter. Miss Hen trice. ; Delightful Dining x Mr. and jrr. M. S. Kin-; f;iJcr i.iined Monday with a de'r'.litful o'clock dinin-r. in honor of their nephew, Mr. George W. Hill, iCOk lahoma City. The afternoon wa...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 3 January 1912

PEOPLE'S FORUM "St hi IPEfcCE ON EARTH; 'GOOD WILL TO MEN J&iitof News: evTMany reflections come to uie aim !Hore especially fco at the beginning ' raithe New Year. This one still funis me marching on with a glad heart. tbanfcful for the blessings of the pat 4iiiir'-n0piug a future has in store foi; ,"olie and all other blessings, a num werous as the stars, yea, as countless 'as"the sands that lie along the e.i fihore. ""Peace on Earth, and Good Will teJTen" is my motto, and I am li'ing to .hope that I may live to sec all jf earth shouting the same .-hiboleth "Peace on Earth, Good Will to Men.' " War, blood shed and carnage are nothing less than barbarism, and the sooner the hideous monster is de 'tbroned by superior intelligence, tho Sooner may we expect the coming of oar Lord. 7 was reading the other day a dis course predicting that the world wa ,'io .'come to an end in a very short -time. I have always been content to take the record of Tloly Writ as '"te'that matter. It says...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 4 January 1912

i ft jr F t. ? nini M M t V VOLUME 7; Ne. 4. WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1912. 2 CENTS A COPY; II CENTS A WEEK PS&v - ' Jb ry & c ' IT? J . - -4.'. lL' . ML LEAVE FOR LOS ANGELES Mr. Will Curry, of The Curry Dry Gceds Store, to Engage i.i Real Estate Business. air. Will Curry, of The Cuny Dry Goods Store, will sever bis connec tion -with that store and will 'cave on Febraury 1 for Los Angeles, Cal., where he will engage in the real es tate business. Mr. Currv has lived hero nil of his life. He is a son of the late W. W. "Curry, and a gentlemon of the high est class. As a business man he has bcen exceedingly successful, and owes his prosperity to his dean and upright business methods. IIj pos sesses a genial disposition and at tractive personality, which have made him extremely popular with 'he mauy patrons of the Curry Store. Winchester has no more exaoiplaiy citizen than Mr. Curry, and it is with icret that his friends learn o his contemplated departure. DR. ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 4 January 1912

ft ; . 1 w 111 r 3 i i I t E 0 NT I I i ii ? f i X k f i i if ItHtt S IMr Street, Dally, Except Swriay. t , nfljiterei; as second-class 'matter, iToyHnber'Qg; 1998, tat ibe ptfstoffice iHSEja chaster, Ken tacky, under the fcet of Mtrch 3,1879." . r-x Beth Plwnes 91. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: ly Mall. Daily, one year $3.00 Six Months . . .' 1-50 One Month .25 v ; Payable in Advance. AlVERTOINf KATES: WW VbbW uy afitiw 9 . witkU 8fi WMk. . .50 Qa.wMk, eo&tiapouly LOO Qm eakadar mo eontianosily 3.00 Fan wMka, 4 tivM a rak 2.40 Fear weeks, three tin m week. 1.80 1hu. weeks, two tmee a week.. L20 RMtfR RifitlCGePeT LlM: Tamr weeka, oae thau a week. . .75 Iteeimii aotioes, body type... 7 c Pap reading, nra heading. . . 15o ChreeeoatiBuocs insertions of same Jteaa at doaUe the oae-uae rate. ClmHM Per Wtr: Oae inaertios, any eaitioa le rkret insertions continuously .. 2o Lick three additional insertions. o Gae, calendar ao., continuously. .10c Kothinf , counted less than IS words, ilea eharge...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 4 January 1912

sO N L YS- p$ -jut's f ,t pf mi w -kti Sr." 3 JEWELER CHBOWEN . OPTICIAN ' . , t' , , ' i - t 3 ARTIS & 0 O CIETY ft- i -i IS 1 I .1' 1 u it lilt.lltltt ll!lli!l!iiJt'i Interesting Business Meeting The TJiilatiien CIjss f the Ccn tral H:ijti.-t ckuM-h helil iiu iuler t'.iiiif hiiMiic.-s meeting with Mrs. IL I), llsunsey, on TucMlay nijrlit. Officers weie elected for the new year. Liht rcfi cluneals wcic served, ;tt the close of the session. For Hiss Robb Miss Klizahcili Mohb entertained on Xew Year's evening at her I101113 'near Lexington, with a pre y din ner, in honor of. Miss Catherino Robl), of this comity.. The heantil'nl home -was made more po hy deeoraiions.of ferns, smi lax and red carnations. Covers were laid for ten, and a most elaborate dinner was served. The rne.-ts were: Miss K0M1, of WiwJieVter; Mioses Elizabeth Lync. Anne Maon and Alma Collins, of Xieholavil!e; Me.-srs Win. HronMoii, of. Chicago; Marion Kimb rough. Douglas Cleddes and' Leonard Kar ner, of Lexingto...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 4 January 1912

7. -.Tt (iE ' If is ffipaiaTaW 'v ' . ' ,ir,f ' -:; " -tt; - : Ask Your out? Troubled with dandruff? Atsi'c Hav VIo-rw-1 Sulphur. Glycerin. Quinint Sodium OilorM. AyCra UiHT VlgOTJ Capsicum. Sage. Alcohol! Water. Perfume. IWe believe doctors endorse this, DOES NOT COLOR THE HAIR J. C Attb OovrAA 1 TULIP i Hr'OWen sold 44sliogs. to S- ilodgkin, tor 5 1-2 cents per poun.l. JlTcl'ftwen sold 4 bead of cattle i .to George Gilbert for 4 cents per Hi. Sbcwitan Crim visited relatives at Coilesburg recently. Hiss Nannie Lou Owen has return ed home, after spending -the holidays with her cousin, Miss Kate Finnel, at Chllesburg. Mrs. Isaac Todd returned home Sunday, after a week's vi.-it with Mrs. Lou Owen, at this place. Robert Stone, of Stanton, has been the guest o relatives here, the past week. Mr. and 'Mrs. Henry Owen return ed home Sunday after a ten days" visit with relatives at Indinnpelis. Fount Finnel, of Chile-burg, vis jted relatives here rceen;!v: 1 PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER . All kinds ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 5 January 1912

1 55p?vKFK??-V yp? NEW WEATHER Fair Mi Cwrtim CM WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1912. 2 CENTS A COPY; II CENTS A WEEK & x I umm ur AN AUTOMOBILE Will Be Feature of "The Girl And The Tramp" Which Will Be Seen Here Saturday Night. Would the explosion of a real au tomobile interest you?. If you saw a man stealing an automobile, what would you do? Miss Flo Randall, the girl, in "The Gill and The Tramp.'' sees a man stealing her au tomobile. She pluckily covers hire with a "gun and calls foruiclp. "Hap py Jack' the tramp, conies to het rescue. A quarrel results betweett Happy Jack and Philip Redman. 'The tramp is knocked down. Redman jumps into the automobile, pulls the crank and the automobile explodes. This all takes in full view of the au dience. DEATH SENTENCE FORJWEN B0L1N Man Who Killed Sam Crawford, of Color, in Breathitt County, To Be Electrocuted. Jackson. Ky.. Jan. 3. A special term of the Breathitt Circuit Court convened 1iere Monday with Judge Andrew J. Kirk, of...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 5 January 1912

blmt Ill VI .r I iifli; (HI 00 J f tnutw l!'fifr,HI -I l J! If Ij o n -i 'J.t 17l11 hP'i'S j ijt , e,' U or I' iBHf NEWS TM-IH 'SmW Vain -Street, MfliiclMsiorf Kentucky Daily, Except Switfay. , Entered as second-class matter, November 28, 1908, at the postoffiee is. Winchester, -Kentucky, under the let of March 3, 1879." . Beth Phenes 51. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: W- By MalL Daily, one year $3.00 Six Months 1.50 Month .25 Payable in Advance. MVERT1SIM KATES: ay edBtiem.... .15 witkia week.. .60 0m week, eo&tiBBtisy 1-00 Om lender wu, eoatianonily. 3.00 IW weeks, 4 time week 2.W fWx week, "tkree time a wek. 1.80 "teen weeks, two times t. weak . 1.20 Unim Hetke Per Um: .few week, on time a week.' . .75 fhiwnrri notices', bod type....7c Paa reading, aes heading... 15c tares eoatinuouB insertions of Ease eat at double the oae-time rate. CliiiHW Per Wet: Om laeirtiou, any editiom le three asertums continuously .. 2. Buk three additional insertions. o Om ealeadar mo continuously. .10c Seeki...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 5 January 1912

If a 'IK . - ' -'". .Jwa,fl?iw,!..ui ? , THE WMCHCSteil'HEWS: . ' ' ? IT 1 ' , ' , i i i i . ' ' i - 1 1 iinim i I laBLta" ALm Amm Baaaaafl 1 IHi H sn bH ' J t : ti. lruirt rri mm mmm? mv mmw'. imt I'nnTinnu K -llHIMMnilaHHBi $ O CIETY II II i Baker Adams " Miss Parley Adams and Ir. Hob cft Baker will be married next Wed nesday!. Tlie announcement of the approaching wedding will be received with pleasure by many friends. The 'eercniony will be performed at fuc j Koine of Mr. -John G. Brock, Rev. ' Jaincs' Turpiii officiating. Both are prominent in Hie Allansville section cards have been issued and a large nmnber of friends are' expected. ML Sterling Dance I'j ! The young ladies "of Jit. Sterling 1 i jatid. Jloiitgoinery county gave a Leap ' Year Dance at Trimble Hall Jlmulay night, which was largely attended. Jli'.sic was furnished by Saxton's ordiestra of Lexington, and a lunch-. em was served to the guests. The grand march was led by (Jliss JIary T?.ny Trimble and Jlr. Stanley 0. ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 5 January 1912

-4. y,T7 rev x- fr-f 171 Jt 31 isiS.. ''.as or ."it Fmt, WINCHESTER MEWS 2 BS GEORGH IS A CANDIDATE Tlw DeiMcratlc Hominatien For . 9s- Mpirinte"fcnt ef Schools of County. fiTffc Sterling, Ky., Jan. o.-HMir-s orgia Sledd, for jcars associated 5mth the'Mt. Sterling Collegiate In Btitute in this city, Las announced h candidacy for the Democratic nomination for superintendent of schools of Montgomery county, and will push her canvass from now un JiL the primary to select the candi dates. Miss Sledd. is a daughter of "Deputy Sheriff William Sledd and is one of the best known teachers in the cqnnty. The present superintendent, If. C. Goodwin, has also announced k sj a candidate for re-election. v James W. White and Frank iNor- "ion, who are opposing candidates for ,tliriflF Jinvfl fnrmpfl n rnmhinntinn. $bite taking the chief deputyship, rsnd. nutting William Cravens, who vtrai to be White's deputy, out of the runhife. As- n .result there is a lot $t "ho wjing", among Cravens' friends ai...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 8 January 1912

m jzzssfg WINCHESTER NEWS F55 HbVdTe' taaa-"- -- - . i - i - h a - mjw , Kg ' ----- --- i . ij i - i.i , ------- ii ii eBgS B BfJ VOLUME 7; Ne. HKICRB WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, MONDAY, JANUARY 8, 1912. 2 CENTS A COPY; 10 CENTS A WEEK r -Aw ' - c i . ss 1 32 V 1 5. NEW LINE THROUGH ALMOST AN ASSURED FACT toprts Are to Tie Effect That The Present Line Will be Double-Tracked front Paris to Winchester That Winchester will gei the pro posed new line to be run to the coal fields of Eastern Kentucky hy the L. & X Company is now almost an assured fact. It is reported that the North Middletowu loute, which was recently surveyed, has been abandon ed and that the present line from Paris to Winchester will be double tracked, thus giving to the L. & X. a double-tracked line from Cincin nati through Paris to Wincehster, and the extension into the coal fields will be made from Winchester in stead of Pari. T5ie Commercial iClub has been very active in efforts to secure, this line and deserves m...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 8 January 1912

4 a --J s3 m V- 2 c 45" t - , t . p5 I TMIJIEHESTER NEWS IM-III Swth Main Street, Kantvcky. ?sr! ; OaHy, Except Swriay. "Entered as second-class matter, .Xevetnber 28, 1908, at the postoffiee 3a Winchester, Kentucky, under the tot et March 3, 1879." Jt)i ' Phnes 91. SmSCMPTION RATES: ly MaiL Daily, one year $3.00 Six Months .. 1.50 Ose Month .25 Payable in Advance. rtlS' PAPER RW UESCtiTCD iVR f Olit-lGt ADVERriSING BY THE EJ21 lfc&&&ZEEE& GENERAL. OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL TriC PRINCIPAL CIT1E.' IURLEY BOOKS ARE OPEN The books of the Burley Tobacco Society, closed under the administra tion of Clarence LcBus to mortal gaze,, except to the select few, have been opened in the Federal court at Cincinnati and what they show makes plain the reason for the enor mous expense to the tcbacco grow ers of selling the pooled tobacco to the trust and the independents, some of whom "squealed" on the deal. According to evidence given in the trial at Cincinnati Th...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 8 January 1912

V- Pim Thm. 1 "fr 1 r4 JEWELER C H. BO WEN C I - Fine Son Mr. an;l tMrs. Wan en Elkin arc being congratulated on Hie arriva! if an cJevcn-ponnd .von, Saturday rooming, Ralph (Say. Mrs. T. L. Xnnan and daughter. Catherine ami Misses Xell I'arri.-di i.iid Mnymo Donahue vi-itcd icla-J'Vt-s and friends in Lexington last week Clir. and Aire. Geo. 0. Te'ulw, of AVinehester and Air. and Air-:. K. L. Alayluw, of Danville, were anions the automobile tourists wlio spent Saturday in town having their ma rlines at the Phoenix Garage. Air. suid Airs. Tebbs uiie over for the matinee performance of "The l'ink Lady," while 3Ir. and dlrs. Maybe w'. trip was purely a business one. Air. J. W. Scobce and daughters Mrs. DickiWonnick. .Mrs. Jeffrie Goodwin and Mrs. Elizabeth Beets, were in Lexiiigton Susulay to see Airs. Scobee, who is ill at St. Jo seph's Hospital., Aliss Clay Croxton. who is at St. Joseph's Hospital, in Lcxingfon, i somewhat improved. Air. juid Mrs-., Curtis. Erans atlcnd ed ''Taja Pin...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 8 January 1912

y -- BUSINESS! A Personal Note From L Mr. Curry. DISSOLUTION SALE OF THE To the Public: In announcing my retirement from business, it is my desire to impress upon the minds of all that we will sacrifice our entire stock, and in a good many instances below COST. During' my long career in this city I have made many pleasant associates, I value your future friendship and good will highly and assure you of my good faith in every statement made in this circular. It is also my desire to have this- sale which starts, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10TH. go down in history as the biggest value-giving event ever placed before the public by any concern. I personally guarantee every price and statement made in this document, and in appealing to you to attend this sale, I simply emphasize that to stay away is like throwing dollars away. Signed W. E. CURRY. ilif i I WINCHESTER, J ..... J KENTUCKY. ; Entire $40,000.00 Stock of High-grade Merchandise Consisting of Ladies' Suits, Ladies' and Children's Cloaks,...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 9 January 1912

THE WINCHESTER NEWS WEATHER Crifcr THesday NifM; Fair nesday. LAST EDITION VOLUME 7; No. 63. WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1912. 2 CENTS A COPY; II CENTS A WEEK If. If re. r r C TROUBLE AT I PLANT Caused by Low Pressure of Gas, But Ptart Will be Maintained by Steam Pewer in The Future. The trouble at the electric light plant has been on account of the low pressure of gas. Mr. W. P. Hackett gives assurance that steam power will be maintained in the fu ture, and no further trouble will be c.TTjerienced with the lights. FUNERAL OF MR. WUJEJRAYCRAFT Is Conducted at The Residence of Mr. Jee May, on Taylor Avenue, by Revs. Byrd And Lyons. Funeral .services over the remain of Mr. Willie Craycraft were con ducted Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the residence of Mr. Joe May, on Taylor avenue, by Revs. Byrd and Lyons. The following were the pallbearers: Chas. Gary, Henry McDonald, Till May, Prewitt Cruse, Phoenix Jones and John Gray. Mr. Craycraft died Monday morn ing of tube...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 9 January 1912

U . ' car iwssrs i "-.-T5 -rr j rjr e? r i&TX .THEWIMCHES1ER NEWS'. - . - ." Eczema, Psoriasis and other skin troubles are caused by myriads of Berms- at work- In- the skin. Unless theso germs are promptly destroyed they rapidly multiply, gnawing yieir way deep into the r-Tisltivc tissue. Thfs 13 wl.t causes that aWful Itch, ind what seemed, .a .mere 'rash may grow worse and develop Into a loathsome and torturing skin disease with Its years of misery. Don't take any chances! Destroy the Terms at the beginning of the trouble ft-Uh that-soothing and cleansing wash, iho D. D. D. Prescription for Eczema. A 25c bottle will prove this to arou. We have had experience with many remedies for skin trouble but havo never seen such remarkable- cures -as those from p. D. D. Prescription. In stant relief from i the ;,very first appli cation. rj , We are so confident thatit). D. D.'' will reaqh- your case that it will cost you nothing If the very first full size bottle 'fails-to make' good-eve...

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