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Digital page images are linked to the text file. yr t rt rfEfflTIj VOLUME 5 N041 m WINCHESTER KENTUCKY SATURDAY DECEMBER 1910 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK 1 PROCEEDINGS OF cnv COUNCIL 4 f Question of Salary of Police Judge F P Pendleton is SettledOther V Business Transacted The City Council at its meeting Friday night settled part ofa long drawnout controversy as to the salary of Judge F P Pendleton as Po lice Judge The salary of Mayor J A Hughes which has also been under discussion was not mentioned Dr Browne made the statement for the council as to why the salary of Judge Pendleton was increased He stated that in a decision of the Court of Appeals a Police Judge is entitled ton clerk whose salary is to be paid by the city Judge Pendleton has not been allowed a clerk or any compen sation for doing the work of the clerk which he is entitled to and that it was the opinion of the Council thai he should be allowed the compensa tion for this work He offered a motion to allow Judge Pendleton 30 per month additional and it carried It was also ordered that the allow nnce be made for the full term beginning January 1st 1910 Some time was consumed by the Council in hearing Mr Charles Stewart in regard to the assesment of the Burley Tobacco Society Mr Stew art was questioned at length by the City Attorney who stated that he did not advise the assessment but be lieved that Mr Stewart had actedon his own opinion and the advice of Mr B It Jouett Action was de meetingwhich nightMayor J A Hughes presided at the meeting and all the councilmen were present with the exception of Mr George Hon who was away on business Police officials reported 30 cases tried during the month of November fines amounting to ijd35 were impos ed costs rendered 10210 old bonds collected 3970 City Clerk S B Tracy reported that he had collected the sum of 10550 for license and had paid out the sum of 29615 for street labor and teams He also reported that the collector had returned the tax books to him and that it contained receipts amounting to 164764 and that the penalties had been added making the amount now 169800 The treasurer reported a balance of 883142 in the general fund 1 64764 in the sewerage sinking fund and 3900 in the school sinking fund Mr J A McCourt City Collector reported that he had collected dun ing the month of November 1471775 and placed it in the proper funds Sewerage bonds 3 4 and 5 which were purchased from the E T Levi Company at the last meeting were destroyed in the presence of the conn cil Mr S H Rutledge City Engineer filed his report on the progress being made on the construction of the sewerage system The report showed that the city was indebted to the Lewis Company in the sum of 4 37372 for the amount of work done during November and the City TremI Direr was directed to deliver bonds Nos 6 7 8 and 9 to the company Mr Rutledge also reported that 29615 had been expended for labOiI and that 39676 was duce the Clark County ConstVuction Company foi rock placed on the streets of the city The resignation of Mr John Bal lard as deputy policeman was read and accepted Mr W W George was granted the privilege of erecting electric light pol es from a lot in the alley back of the t9corgeHotel to the hotel building c Attorney J M Stevenson repre senting Mr Matt Bean and Mrs Amanda Rice presented the deeds for the lots on Lexington avenue upon which the city hall was to have been erected and Mr Lewis R Hampton representing the Citizens National presented a mortgage release which is held on the lots by the bank The council postponed action on the matter until next Thursday night Mr Stevenson also appeared for the widow of George Hume colored who was killed at the rock quarry last summer when a blast was accident ally discharged and stated he hind a settlement to propose This matter 1wasalso postponed nnti next Thurs day night SATlte order which was passed at the last meeting of the councilopening the alley near the First Baptist church running from Hickman to Fairfax street was revoked The time of opening the saloons THE WINCHESTER NEWS 51toon the streets was passed but will not become effective until March 1911 The ordinance makes it unlawful for any person to spit on the pavements or on the floors of public buildings and if found guilty a fine Qf 1 will be imposed Mr R P Taylor offered to pay for macadamizing a short street run ning from French avenue now the city to pay him January 1st 1912 His proposition was accepted and the workwill be started at once The following accounts were allow paidI 200 Bessie Haggard 1075 Democrat 375I Clark County Construction Company 36655 Clark County Construction Company 10800 John R Stuart 65 C T Wills 5000 John H Crone 2500 Theodore Ecton 3500 Joe Gordon 3500 Western Union Telegraph Company 240 R R1 Batson 125 Winchester Railway Light Ice Company 58829 J WWalden 2HIChas Hagan 955 Strode Drug Store 150I Jas Gartland 17r Winchester Laundry Co 299 Townsend Willis 230 Ramsey Transfer Co 200IGeorge Manse 2500 George G Fetter Co 485 Postal Telegraph Company 100 J W Crone 9000 70If Phil Parrish 300C Clark County Construction Company 293 Strodes Drug- Winchester Store llfRailway Light Ice Company 45r E B Jones lOOf J S Mullins ISGOf Central Kentucky Natural Gas Company G7r Central Kentucky Natural Gas Company 378 C E Collins 30000 Total 188444 ElO HARDING IS STRICKEN With Attack of Indigestion But Wa Reported to Be Much Improved Saturday Morning Elder JT Harding was seized with a slight attack of indigestion Friday afternoon and for awhile was considered to be in a serious condition He had started from his home on Hickman street and had just reached Main street when he wa taken ill He staggered and caught hold ofa post where he was found by passersby l taken back to his home Medical aid was summoned and for several hours she was very ill but Saturday morning it was reported at the residence that he was much improved and was able to sit up SOLD INTEREST IN- SPOON BdSINSS Mr Matt Thomas Buys Interest of George Gatson in Firm of Gatson and Martin w Mr George Gatson Friday sold his interest in the saloon business of Gatson Martin on Washington street to Mr Matt Thomas Mr Thomas took possession immediately after the contract was signed- ANOTHERSTEVENSON During the campaign we referred to Mr Stevensons remarks iu con nection with his speech nominating A Floyd Byrd for Congress This Mr Stevenson was not Mr E D Stevenson of Pikeville as some seem to wantto think E D does not want it thought that he is the only Steven son in Kentucky nor on earth neith er does he wantto be sponsor for all the utterances of the other Steven sons Pikeville Herald Come to see Blootnfields special suits and overcoats at 10 1250 and 15 DID NOT mJ WJOIBCE Coroners Found no Evidence of Bruis es Bullet Wounds or Stab on Skeleton microscopica zinclined trunk where it had lain eight years showed that the unidenti fied victim of the murder for which William Lewis a waiter is now sought the world over did not die by violence The Coroners physician reported Thursday that there is no evidence of bruises bullet wounds or stab wounds The trunk belonged to Lewis and Commissioner Flynn of the detective bureau said Thursday night he had evidence that Lewis had liedSev oral years ago of consumption Until his death is established or he is found however the search for him willcontinue His friend Cal1era French sculptor has also disappeared and the desiccation of tIle body found has pro pressed so far it is impossible toI prove whether Callier still lives orI was murdered and shoved into theI trunk The Paris detective bureau- is cooperating with the Now York police but thus far has turned upC no additional facts GIRL MARRIES HER CHAUFFEUR Is One of the Wealthiest Young Wo men in West Virginia and a So ciety Belle- FAIRMONT W Va Dec 311- was learned here Thursday that Mis Blanche Malone of this city had be some the wife of Al Saunders of Baltimore who until recently way Mrs Lyda MaloneSchauffeiu The weddinpfjisxsaid to liiive taken place n Baltimore on the 29th of October The greatest care was taken to keep Mie marriage secret The report was confirmed at the Malone residence The bride is just 21 years oldand is one of the wealthiest girls in her wn light in this part of the State he is a daughter of the late Lee L Malone who at the time of his death was general manager of the Consolidated Coal Company From him she nherited a large estate She and her spent a great deal of their lime in Baltimore and Washington bride a beautiful blonde Was studying at Mt Vernon Seminary Washington at the time of her mar riagc A short time before the marr riage Mr Saunders left this city stating to his friends that he swag going West to represent a large automobile firm He went to Washing ton and the next news that reachedIthis city was that Saunders Malone were married Mr and Mrs Saunders left here Wednesday night and will make an extensive trip through Eastern cities They will make their future home with Mrs Lyda Malone the girls mother CHILDAS HIDES CUPBOARD to Death While Mother Frantically Searches House to Rescue Him- PITTSBLRG Penn Dec 3 Alone on the second floor of his home fouryearold Alexander Levin burn ed to death Thursday while his moth er Mary Levin fought frantically to save him entering the burning house twice and sustaining burns The child was left alone on time obgable knocked coals from a grate fire to the rug Then frightened at haying started the fire he hid in a cup hoard and swung the door after him As the flames spread the childs screams were heard by the mother When she ran up the stairs the room wasa mass of flames and the fire was spreading through the house She searched the room but could not find the tiny The house was destroyed and when firemen had cooled the ruins enough to search for the body they found it charred to a cinder HORNE STOCK COMPANY Manager Dinelli of the opera house is to be congratulated on securing the strongeststock company on the road Homes Stock Company which is on a short tour of this section before go Ciucinsna company played Dayton 0 two summers to enormous bus iness and also played Cincinnati for five years The company carries 17 people and almost a carload ofseen ery Each production will be given a complete scenic equipment Manager Home does not present any o the tiresome shoot em up plays commonly found with cheaper shows nor does this company carry a hand lint a company of merit has gained for the Horne Stock Company the reputation that it now has During the week a list of royalty plays will be presented such as The Sign of the Four Sherlock Holmes Little Lord Fauntleroy Under Arizona Skies Tire Man of lieu Choice St Elmo and Frank M Readicks beautiful pastoral drama The Shores of Sin Monday night the company will present for the opening bill a Western play Under Arizona Skies Time play will be elaborately staged and it should attract a crowd The prices for this engagement will be 10 20 and 30 cents Ladies free Monday night when accompanied hone paid 30 cent ticket purchased at time advance sale before 6 p m Monday The company will be in this city during the entire we- epQPIENSLAp JT W t J BRYAN Lieutenant Governor George W Bel lamy Refuses to Allow Likeness to Be Placed on Wall OKLAHOMA CITY Okla Dec 3 William Jennings Bryan was given a slap in the Oklahoma Legislature Thursday when efforts ere miirle to have his portraits hung in the House and Senate Chambers That picture does not go imp in this Senate Chamber as long as I am in the chair said Lieutenant Governor George W Bellamy when the SergeantatArms sought to hang the picture behind the Lieutenant Governors back beside portraits of Governor Haskell and President Taft Bryans portrait was then placeeiOil the floor with its face to the wall In time House a portrait of Bryan- on the wall behind time desk was covered Thursday withj map of Oklahoma City This seems to have been the first open slap at Bryan by the Haskell administration since Bryan requested JIaskell to resign from time National Democratic Executive Committee in 1908 HANK ROBBERS SCARED AWAY After Three Hours Unsuccessful At tempt to Crack Safe in Russell Iowa DES MOTNES Town DPP 3Sxb- ank robbers tied a passerby in the hankof Russell at midnight and for three hours tried to crack the safe only to be frightened out of town by a Sheriff who made a record run on a Burlington Railroad engineto cap ture the robbers George Stoins a restaurant man at Russell was going home at mid night and stopped in front of the bank to take a drink from the town pump Two men seized him and alter gagging him lied him to a chair turningsr from the work four others were doing at the safe door to threaten him with instant death They fired 12 shots of nitro gly eerie and had torn off the vault door when the outlooks warned the rob hers and the whole party vanished Homer Jeffreys Cashier saw the light in the bank and two men watch ing in front He telephoned to the Sheriff at Charlton 10 miles distant That officer with Max Shaffer night watchman seized a Burlington en gone at the depot making the 10 miles to Russell in 11 minutes only to find the robbers had been scaredaway MISTAKEN FUR EM LEN EVE Young Woman is Annoyed By Passengers Who Were Comparing Her With Pictures NEW YORK Dec Elizabeth McNaughton who was detained by the immigration authorities and sent to Ellis Island Thursday under sus refupon fishing her identity beyond doubt Pat Casey n vaudeville booking agent who met Miss McNaughton at the boat Thursday morning was respon sible for her release Miss McNaughton left to join her sisterinlaw Alice Lloyd in Spo kane Wash Miss McNaughton had been advis cd by cable by her sisterinlaw mt actress to meet the latter in York to become her traveling companion She missed the Majestic atI Southampton and took time fast train to catch the ship at Qtieenstown The unusual incident ofn pnssenI gel ona first class train hurrying k catch a boat at Queenstowii and em barking as a second cabin passenger aroused suspicion and Miss Me Naughton was immediately question ed by Scotland Thud men who were o fthe opinion jj V she was Ethel Leneve The Majestic failing to arrive Wednesday the actress had to go witht her company and when Miss Me Naughton arrived nobody could iden tify her Casey who mad money and instructions for Miss McNaughton came to the rescue with Mrs Fred Gninct who idcntjfied the original Ethel Leneve when she was arrested in Canada with Dr Crippen and Miss McNuighton was proven not to b Miss Leneve As there was a resemblance be tween time women Miss cNaughton was under suspicion all the way over of the passengers who trailed hem daily on the decks comparing her with pictures of Miss Leneve MEETING OF ORDEROF SOPHS The regular monthly meeting of the order of Heptasophs was held in the Fraternity building Friday niglit Af ter time regular meeting a smoker wens held and a number of visitors win came wit hthe members were enter tlineetI LICENSE ISSUED County Clerk J A Boone Saturday morning issued marriage license Mr Walter Brown and Miss Com Aldridge of this county Time couplf was married in time cit- yCOUNTERFEITERS RUN TO EARTH Officers Find 1200 in TwoDollar Bogus Bills Hidden Away in Old Fireplace NEW YORK Dec 3Ttwas only last February that Lupo the Wolf and his seven desperate associates received the terrible aggregate sen tence of 350 years in prison for making and distributing 50000 in counterfeit paper money But Thursday afternoon a human net of United States Secret Service men and po lice drawn swiftly through a little section of the East Side captured nine other men and accused them of carrying on the traffic in Lupos false money Hidden away in an old fireplace in rear of the basement at No S Christie street which is used as a wine cellar Chief Taylor who has taken Deputy Commissioner Flynns place in the Secret Service found 1 000 in twodollar counterfeit bills The stuff was apparently stuck from the same plates which were used by the Lupo gang The men arrested were Modesto Di Somma a barber supposed to be the leader of the hang Francesco Di Somma also a barber Vincenzo Tot rina a druggist TJtTcenzo D Antonio a wine agent Salvatore Salmtino a salesman Michele Albanese a porter Georgio Catanio Rosaro Tuso and Dominic Sapienzo All the prisoners were accused o passing counterfeit money It is not known that the coining of the falso paper is still going on It is sup posed that the stuff is that which was left over from the secret print shop o fthe Lupo gang in Highlands N Y About 7000 in counterfeit two dollar and fivedollar bills is believed to have been circulated during the last few months TRADE SCHOOL IN WASHINGTON Public Instruction Without Frills Will Be Given to Boys and Girls 14 0 15 Years Old WASHINGTON Dec 3A public school without frills one that will teach boys and girls 14 or In years ofage how to work at some legiti mate trade and prepare them to enter the business world as firstclass apprentices able to earn more mon 1cy than they could selling or blacking shoes has been planned with great letailand probably will be opened at the beginning of the nextI school year School figures showthat hundreds of boys and girls leave school before the age of 15 to engage in blind al ley occupations such as blacking shoes selling papers etc occupa lions that lend nowhere The voca tional school is designed to fit schol ars into welltrained apprentices proideelthree trades for girls For boys tin courses will include machine work bin cksmi thing wagon and automobile plnmbingon and fresco painting nail papci ranging printing brick and stone masoiiiry plastering and concrete constructionFor there will be courses ir practical cookery tad household management sewing and dressmak ing and tailoring and millinery Tin only academical work would be on mechanical drawing English mathematics and general elementary science t Time greatest emphasis willibe plac ed on practical handwork construe tion under conditions as nearly a possible resembling those prevailing in actual commercial practice Thpre will be no frills in the new school HANSFORD JETT IN WASHINGTON Will Serve Fourth Term as Page in the House of Representatives Favorite With Congressmen Hansford Jett the 14yearold sot if Mr and Mrs Sam Jett left foi Washington Frdrfy inigMi Youn felt has served as Page in the Ilotisi oC Congress three terms and this vil make his fourth term lie was giver the appointment by Hon John W Langley Congressman from this dis lriet- when he was Hardly clever vents of age He is a bright younj fellow and a favorite with the CUll gressnteu SERVICES AT COUNFY JAIL Will Be Conducted Each Sunday By Captain and Mrs Frazee of the Salvation Army Services will he conducted in the count jail Sunday morning by Cap- fait and Mrs Frnzcc field worker of the Salvation Army who are paw located in this city ScrvicesjvUl beheld each Sunday at the jail bMyew in the future SERIOUS CONDITION OWTNGSY1LLE Ky Dee 3 Harry Pheasant who was attacked and badly bitten by a bulldog be lesLri1rlett some days ago is in a serious condition One of his legs will be amputated in an effort to save his life MT ABBOTT CHURCH- f Rev J M Rash will preach at the Mt Abbott Methodist church on Sun day morning at 11 oclock Every body is invited 1 Unsettled with Probably rain or Snow Tonioht Warmer in East Portion Sunday Cloudy and Colder EIGHT onos ARE RfCOROW Most of Them Are Transfers of City PropertyReal Estate Business Very Quiet During the past weekeight deeds have been recorded in time County Clerks office Most of them were transfers of city property A few wwcrercount estate The real estate business is very quiet mid the prospects seems Springhollowitmg during the week D B Hampton and wife to Edward Cleland one aero of land on Two Mile pike for 14523 K R Hinds to R Thomas interest in estate of Sara Hinds at Kidd ville 5555 J G Yivion mud wife to J 1r- Combs house and lot in Kiddvillo 7750 F IT Hngganl to Eva T Wrest 11 interest in house and lot on East Mickman street for 35333- R A Seabee and wife to John R Rainey house and lot on Georgia treet for 1700 R A Scobce and wife to R P Seo bee house and lot on Winn avenue for 1 and other considerations R P Seabee to Vic Bloomfield five houses and lots in North Win hester Addition for and other con odern tOIlS Vic Bloomfiehl and wife toR J Sidwell house and lot in North Win chester Addition for 125 and other considerations PESSIMISTIC The atmosphere is never free from politics nor h The city Stale and Nation are always full ofrr forms IIcnccMic eternal ncid of more and more and more reformers because we have more and more and more reforms Time world is out of joint as well as full of joints Lift may be a dream a Btriile a tear a dyinggloangrief with a world of friends foiitliCMt sunny side but a game of solitaire for the cloudy day It is ever and ever the fight between the world and the flesh The unequal battle goes cm The Devil has many a gleeful hour but the Servant in the House wears a doleful visage Well it will ever he thus It seems to be a case of second nature or habit withns Shelby r iinC1u F m l MAUDE WEBDER 1 Lovely Young Daughter of Mr ami Mrs Philip Webher Passes Away Saturday Morning Miss Maude Webber daughter of Mr and Mrs Phillip Webber died at her home near Becknerville early Saturday morning after an illness f nearln jear of tuberculosis MIPS Webber was in her 2Jrd year and was a favorite with all who knew her the had only returned a stoort while since from Colorado Springs Colo vhere she had been under treatment resides her father and mother she s survived by two brothers William ind Hugh and two sisters Misses Ira and Sallie The funeral services will be ton ducted at the residence Monday morn ng at 10 oclock by RevJJ Si Wil sonof LngraiTge The burial will fol low in time Winehesfet cemetery Fire almost completely destroyed Copper Hill Teiln last night The town is situated ill the famous Duck town copper basin TOO lATE TO CLASSIFY LOSTOne large sorrel horse and small bay Last seen in town rat 11 oclock Friday Phoncb information to Will King Eut- Tennessee phone Wades Mill 123lt LOST A white setter bitchwith lemon ears Answers to name of Ward Return to J P Lewis 118 Fairfax street and receive alit L33ti 4 f I V I PageTwo QWU U J ufUlU JU 2 il IIuFR NE- WSpvtfn i t ftr Independent Ncwspiptr i Published by The Winchester News Ct Incorporated Mice 209111 South Main Street Kentuckyif Dally Except Sunday Entered as secondclass matter November 28 1908 at the postoffice in Winchester Kentucky under the Act of March 3 1879 1 PhiRB Ms II SUBSCRIPTION RATES SBy Mall Daily ono year 300 Six Months 150 OM Month UHItII y payable in advanct 251 r ADVERTISING RATES DisplayPer InfhIOne tie any edition hree times within one week 50 One week continuously 100I One calendar mo continuously Four weeks 4 times a week 240 Four Tvbeksthree timesa week 180 Pour weeksj ifrro times a week 120 Four weeks one time a week 75 Reading Notice Per tine Business notices body type 71hc Pure reading news heading 15c Three continuous insertions of same item at double the onetime rate Classified Per Word One insertion any edition It Three insertions oontinuously 2o Each three additiqil4l3userliQuske Pne calendar mo ntinuously dOe Nothing counted less than 10 words No item charge L on books foi less than 25 cents THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE ii f 1tIf1 ll GENGRAL NEW AND CHICAGO BRANCHES III ALL TIlE PRINCIPAL CITIES SATURDAY DECEMBER 3 19101 DISCREDITABLE CUSTOM The plan of clUircb societies bleed irig cidithtes for office appear to bq cbrompn yer the country Wc loiow Jf tlAnj that is mArc cat eulated to liring discredit on the cliurcbes than this custom It is lit tle short of blackmail vflic Cat lettsbnrg Tribune reports Vbat occurred just over tire line in West Virginia 4 i Tile law requires a cevlififcd state ment of expenses to be made by the candidate and in one of these state meats appears the item Donation to church rlpO It would 16 interest ing to know just what church that was that bled the poor candidate to the extent ofa dollar before the ft members of it would possibly be willing to vote for the donor for of flee It is really due the other chiirches in ITuntington and Cnbell cOunty that they should know just which congregation among them had accumulated such a reserve fund by bleeding the runner for office Seriously such things are a dis grace to any church If we are not mistaken there is a law on the West Virginia statutes making it a misdemeanor for any church to solicit a donation from a candidate for office The law is proper and right and it should be enforced as the habit long practiced of churches bleeding candidates is nothing mqre nor less than a species of blackmail 4Thiireminds us that only a short time iigotherc was a man running for offide who vaS an avowed whiskey man a loon keeper in fact IDherc was a little country congregation tenor tAvelve miles from the city and uie pastor pf the church hud come to Huntington lo raise some funds to complete a church they were build ing He had a number of small do nations and finally presented his list Tothe saloon keeper candidate who pLill down an amount rgcrthull the tot lof all else that he had received Thy vote from that precinct was watched and it developed that the candidate was remembered according to the size of Jusdonation as he go- talfouts ulan votes as all his com petrtors cpmbmed fin tim mean tune the subject of prohibition was one thatusually TreatingThe Wrong nIMany times women call on their family p ysi can suffering1 as they fromliverpain here aad thcrC afid fri this they presenr alike to tien5elves and their easygoing or overbusy doctor separatej disascs fjfffvhith li assuming them to be such prescribes and potiOns L reality they are all caused fry some weakness or derange v ment of the organs distinctly feminine The P ys clan of the eaitse of suffering keeps up his treatment until large bills are made The suffering patient gets no better byreason of the wrong treat menbut probably worse ax proper medicine like Dr Pirc o JUil I tbebyispcllingmisery It has been well said that a disease known is halfcured Dr Pterces Favorite Prescription is a scientific medicine carefully devised by en cperccccd = cf cAVr physician and adapted to womans delicate system It is made of native American medicinal roots without the use of alcohol and is perfectly harmless in its effects in any condition of the female system As a powerful invigorating tonic Fa- Vorite Prescription imparts strength to the whole system and to the organs dis tinctly feminine in particular For over worked wornout rundown debilitated teachers milliners dressmakers seam stresses shopgirls housekeepers nurs generallyDrgreatest earthly boon being unequaled as an appetizing cordial andrestorative tonicAs a soothing and strengthening nerv EVERY ought possess Dr Pierces great book the Peoples Common r Adviser a illustrated voume It teaches mothers how to earii for their children and It is the best doctor to have in the house ii case Over half a miJion copies were sold at 150 but one free copy in wll be on receipt of I came in for a ig boosting among the people in that neighborhood Soi eems that it pays to make these lit tie donations provided a candidate tbnot make any or make a less one than the other fellow No danger of us when the first day of the mouth comes TOe milk man the butcher man and others of our friends never fail to IeIflifllUS Jt is well do Christmas early for tlic reason that the high costr of living will take all of our money before Christinas comes If yon put off a job that should be done today until tomorrow the next lay there will be two put off jobs All kinds of religious bodies adopt ringing resolutions in favor ol prohibition but we have never noticed that they have the members from taking w drink or affected a vote on election day It is estimated that each pound of leer killed cost the hunter three dollars a pound and the fish caught by thin expert anglers one dollar per pound All the special interests want is to be let alone Same with the criminal REVIVAL CLOSES SUNDAY NIGHT Dr J W Porter Has Preached Some of the Finest Sermons Ever Heard in This City The revivflat the First Baptist church will close Sunday night In spite of the slippery sidewalks and the severe coldthe congregations nightDrbest preaching ever heard in thus city His sermons on Election and especinllyfinethe members of the church has been one of the very best meetings ever held iii the First Baptist church of this city There are eight new members ap proved for baptism and those who desire to be and are ready will be baptized Sunday A splendid musical program will be arranged for sun day With services at 11a in and 7 p m Services night at 7 oclock to wiliich everybody is invited RUNA WAY fiCCH MIIDIIYCRfk PIKE Passenflers and Freight Were Thr wn Out of Vehicle anti Serious Injury is NarrowlyAvertcth r The team which draws the tnge driveil larMr N B Barrow between this cit lIt Blgprningdalej ine Favorite Prescription is unequaled and is invaluable in allaying andsubduing nervous excitability nervous neuralgiahysteriaother distressing nervous com monly attendant upon ftmctioiialand or ganic disease of the distinctly feminine organs It induces refreshing sleep and relieves mental anxlety and dency Invigoratethethree a dose Easy to take as ca dyIWOMAN to Sense Medical magnificent thousandpage themselves oF emergency each papercovers cent boundIopponents forgetting to shopping prevented Saturday ofUrovses ran away Saturday morning and serious injurylo the passengers was only averted by the coolness find presence of mind of Mr Barrow When within about similes of the city on the Muddy Creek pike the team became frightened at some cat lie o iiithe side of the road wheelqd irouilti and started running f4io iran ll ahnlf mile up the ondtnHa were ijloppod when they struck the ron Bridge near the Ballard farm The wagon was completely demol ished and the passengers and freight were thrown out Miss Phoebe Ad ams and a colored boy were the only passengers injured They only re ceived a few slight bruises anti scratches Another wagon was se cured by Mr Barrow who brought the passengers into tIre city FIST METHODIST CHURCH Ref0rEF fflS r I ton mlrswMwtttnpirrMDth list churclj J Jl lli gD1 h service will be followed by the Sac rament of the Lords Supper The pastor will1 preach at night New Jewelry Store Now is the time for Christmas shopping Come in and see our line o fr Christmas presents We have something suitable for each and ev eryone and our prices are right Remember the early buyer has first choice Watch and clock repairing All work guaranteed Chas A Carrithers ll28Sw Jeweler- jISand cement all building materials at Roype Boones ll143t WINCHESTEROPERA ALL NEXT WEEK Starting Monday Dec 5 Homes Slock Go Carload of Scei- iery17PEOPLE 17 Opening play Monday The Western Comedy Drama Under Arizona Skies Prices lOe 2ie 30c LADIES FREE Monday when accompanied by one paidoc ticket purchased at ad vanced sale before 6P M Monday Seats on sale Friday at Strodes DrugStoregA M ROAn QUESTION t1NkNOX COUNIY Baihourville aitSays Pfcojlr i iHaye Ak allY Got a Good Roai- litstTh5Want ir J There has been quite an amount of valuable space consumed in talking good roads and u liberal quantity a1 hut air from the stump touching upoi this quest ion bntgAvhen it is all siflci dovirTo Tfe we find that tin people have already gotten jut UK land of roads they want Now someone will say Ohno we want good roads That is no true If e wanted good roads w could get them The people in otti- cig94ru4lsJf1A V1l1 J ta dlll1 Jh pe pJfJJ vjllj Stn te JHl wanted them we could have then just as well as they Knox eouuutty will never have nnj better system of roads than we mm enjoy until our people become edu fated to the importance of gettinp the roadbeds located out of creek and cease trying to graft off the county for huihling roads Barbouiv vllle Advocate James Clay a young attorney prac tjicing ajr the Lexingto bTir wa paralyzed Friday afternoon whih witnessrENDS INUIGESIION tiN A fEW MOMNT iGas Hcartrrul1trHeadach8and t All Misery From Stomach Vanishes Before You Realize It ij thing will renjain indigested 01 sour on your stomach if you will taken little Diapepsin occasionally This powerful digestive and antacid though as harmless and pheasant as andy will digest and prepare foi assimilation into the blood all the fool you can eat Eat what your stomach craves without the slightest fear of Indigos lion or that you wilt be bothered with sour risings Bclqhing Gas on Stom ach Heartburn Headaches from stomach Nausea Bad Breath Water Brash or a feeling like you had swal towed a lump of lead or other disagreeable misetics5 Should you br snfTcriup now from any stomach dis order you can get relief within fitminutes Jf you wihI get from your pharma cist a 50eenbfi8e ofePnpes piapep sin you could always go to the table wHit a hourly appetite aifayoiii meals taste good because rjs u Indijgestiollyo v not need laxatives or liver pills to keep your stomach and bowels clean and fresh Papes Diapepsin can he obtiuued from your druggist jaud contains more than sufficient to thoroughly cure the worst casol of Indigestion or Dyspepsia TuecqJs nothing better for Gas on the Stomach or sour od ors from the stomach or to cure a Stomach Headqcher You couldnt lieep a hqtidier or more useful rtiein the house IflftTINGOF SCFIauLBGARDO- nly Routine L Business is Disposed of un1tyThe plm1 Guilty Board of Edu cation held its regular monthly meet ing in the office of Superintendent J E Lanter Saturday morning There was no business of importance to come before the board and only routine work was attended to AH the members were present and Superin tendent Lanter presided Gome to see Bloomfields special suits and overcoats at 10 1250 and 15 1NOLIKG IS TAKEN TO SCENE Of MURDER Is Followed By aCurlbus Crowrf of Several Hundred Persons and is Very Nervou- sJiorsariLE Ky Dec owed by a curious crowd of3FolI n a V e x a Cliff German Senator the actor the world Have never liquors or at I with me f 1 irr i Y as WINCHESTER MANUFACTURING CO J 0persons Jos Weuufling- ccharged with the murder of Alma Kellner afternoon wits march cd through the streets with the jury and trial Judge the Courthouse to St Johns church the scene of the alleged crime So many persons trying to gain a view of him made the prisoner very and he seemedrelieved when back again in the court room Although the manifested no inclination to be unruly the police re serves were to the church where the rapidly increased in size ft 7 i ialmost a mile from the Courts house to the cliurch VVhen the tjip was stalled Judge Gregory turned i to the people and asked them not to of of Private please I should be in any atiou Any defect in them tIle collapse of is sure its life Buy ybui baThs and lumber there Vill be tin otheuie well structure INCORPORATED i low spread thatthe was and several blocks the church were lined per to view of officials and prisoner through tIle prosecution Kellner and the parochial school of the ehild found defense closed soqjv after was the and until Saturday when arguments will be made Four will be consumedin Hip addresses speaking br f HUSTLE OuR SPIECIAL OLID AYQFFEll WHiftr are Imporlcrs and DJstjbLItfs of v s ffE Whiskies SWEOEtiAMERlGAtt CO IS INDEPENDENT OF ANY TRUST f WHY WE MAKE THESE OFFERS oilier importers can make sucjf spletidfd Qeiierous oj Ulers trusts can not us to sell at their lnssgootls3tlessto give you the benefit of our foresight and advertising We simply to prdva the worth tff cur goods and to make steady customer of yen trial will do more to Iwove the value of our goods e letter could do V BradstfeijjtruLirUJiLiBAgent write Express Agent in Cincinnati and see how we stand You he assured that we actlyaswe say that you the of treatment at our hands v 1 TESTIMONIALSBelow reproduce testimonials few of oUr steady customers Wehave hut selected these liecauSB they were from men known aver country goods them you think they are worth a trial by you Gordon the manager who has made I says better where better prices iirn 4rj 12 quarts 4 quarts 118 hundred Friday from crowd called crowd fol Bobby North one the stars ol the Follies 1910 says I dont believe I ever had good whiskey as your How can you sell it for the price OUARTS GOODS IN shipped Express I wfiich pritlrd BEAMSS1used buuihdingipt may menw the structure tsilOltcn other here thus making sure no ijofto- rweakspottpioil built LUMBER News proces loul coming near with sons eager catch the Court accompanied the jury where the contends AltriH was killed then to beneath which body was its case the trial resumed trip hours two each side AREWe THE KQ iht compel are willing methods want Your order tIiui all adfaishjg or writing we any well can willdp and will best wje from more who are all this Our pleasn Dont laugh had them nervous such Stock OUR ASSORTMENT r AU H Woods one of Americas most famous Ttteajrical Managers says JlnlJonPnnch each Ipropbseto be a steady customer IIndssINexpressIN is2ur90 i1 i r SPEUALDay OFFER II This applies from Nov 2Qth to Dec 25th inclusive and will never1 bd repeated OF ANY by anyway churfi receive 5 80U Tio II iFOlirR Quarts of any goods in ourassortmentabsoluth ifREJE IJ I 12 Quarts IN THE SHIPMENT FOR 5O IN ORDER TO INTRODUCE OUR LIQUORS WE INCLlTDE FREE OF ANY CHARGE ONE GROSS Of THE FAMOUS SWEDEN ANTIBLOWOUT WATCHES WITH OUR SPECIAL OFFER THE MATCHES ARE A GREAT NOVELTY AND THEY ALONE ARE WORTH A GOOD PART OF TflE TOTAL5 COST OF THE ORDER We Pay Chargesiand quarantee1 our goods to be just as represented asstitd above Our special four quart FREE offer is limited to thirtyfive days so get your holiday orders in early so as to avoid delay as all express companies are very busy at this time of the year Our offers are the most liberal ever made at any time at price by any firm If you caiinot use twelve quarts yourself get some of your friends to ioimwju irf ordering and divide the shipment when it reaches your THESE ARE ANTITRUST PRICES AND YOU SHOULD TAKE ADVANTAGE OF tHEM WITHOUT DELAY AS THIS OFFER WILL NEVER BE REPEATEDSSend your order TODAYNOW Our holiday business will be very large and to insure prompt shipment orders should be sent Immediately er TEAR OFF ORDER BLANK AND MAIL AkJN CAREFULLY u ORDER BLANK Gentlemen JM- Fintfcfftelosetl for fiy express tlfirfollowing order QUARTS NAME OF GOODS I SWEDISH PUNCH f ISAP0ftT I 5 A SHERRY S A JBLAGKBERRY tS K Private Stock Whiskey t S A CORNT WHISKEY a prisoner tHc The courtadjourned attorneys f WINCHESTER IDEA month any BLANKS C SHPINIIITIONS Remit by U S or Express Money Order or by cur ollctioiiJi1Name t s I v PO f Express OfficeSRFDorStNo- County State Address your envelope to 1 f tHESWEDENAMERICAN COMPANY K JMPORJERS AND DlSTRlBUtORS H1 fa v SwedenAmerican BuikJing Depf 3O MoiI ClNCI ATtOHtO tt t1 isp t I 4 i ca THE WINCHESTER NEWS Paae Threr Is IT S 0FFftt I THE GREAT M I2OOOO PbQnograpli Contest I P L Wonderful interestis beingslo already f Many tickets hayei been given out people are talbm about this wonderful offer we arc nrafnrfgL f HaveInot come in and let us tell you all about how weu are going to give you this 20000 Christmas peseiit and tbes25QOsecoml present Jty are i t worth having i r H BOENI Jeweler and Optician Wftfcfiester Ky Ik SOCIETYJ Mir and Mrs John Liggett of Al exandria Neb hive arrived to tipc nil the winter With lluir daughter Mrs WallerJeau fits H C Mann of Carlisle is viaitinffMr8 E M Mann Mr cud Mrs James Bnllard have returned from Louisville liilAntltet1anar5lptle jsjsitcd at Wilmore lash week v llltMrs A W Lyinan of Lexington is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs W E Singleton Percy Singleton is visiting his grandmother in Wood ford county Dr and Mrs Jeffries Goodwin of Lexington will spend Sunday in Yin chester Mrs Heine Middlcton will leave Next week for Fortress Monroe VnIto spend the holidays with and Mrs John T II ORear 111frombrokeli Jesse elson sa sustained intli two weeks ago is improving b1GoffBunting trip in Elliott county Mrs A 1 Lisle continue quite sick hnnel Mrs R it Haggard will inn to Cincinnati Sunday to spend several days Miv Robert Clark of Elkins W Va has returned to Winchester and accepted a position with Allan Murphy Mr and Mrs 0 fe Bush of Lex iu ton are here for a few days visit Mr C A Carrithers has returned from a trip to Elizabeth j t Mr Homer MacNeill is illof la W IT Hodgkin and children 7t sl It returned Saturday morning from Co lumbtis Ga where they were guests of Mr and Mrs Gcorgu Phillips Mrs W W George ns been ill of Iheumalism for the past week Mrs Vernon Ilisle will go to Lexington Monday to spend several day with Mrs Oscar Lyhe jhtIll Mrs Satan ITainline vhi have been visiting1 their daughter Mrs J D Poynter will leave Tues day for the South to spend the re mainder of the winter Ben 1IillAIiIIs dangerously ill Miss Laura Ecton is very much improved The son of Mr Jesse Owens who has been quite ill ot membraneous croup is recovering The littlli daughter of Mr Tom Rid dell is illof diptberia Mrs John Kavamvugh 06 Third avcnnej has been qViite ill for the past feV days of Jagrippe Ben Riiiney who has been 1IIIs for two weeks is able to lIP again Mrs Asa Martinis recovering from several days illness Mrs John Craig of North Park has been dangerously ill for the past two days OPEN MEETING The Missionary Society of the Washington street Presbyterian church will have an open meeting Sunday night Everybody is invited trlPure silk hose this week only 49 cents Ideal Xmas present McCord fr Phillips Who Said Soupus 8 c1 Dont that go good for dinner on a cold day We carry the most com plete line of soups in the city Jt IFEATURlPilG f n The CelebratedffrancoAmericanLine 4t JP All Vdrietits 0 1 Bouillion Mock Ttirtle Oxtail Heintz Famous Toms to Soup made from Choice Tomatoes and ofI ft Purecr Bnl r 10 15 and 25c Sizes Besides these leaders we carry a cbrnpleteline of Van Cams Sniders Monsopn Popular Size Soups lOc per can WREN SOUP HUNGRY PRONE 40 1 M cNein Weathers1 1Y t r Both Phones NK40r r r n q L = = J jp rf IzJiikot j rJ Jy 9 M L 3Srli ill to t i Clifton B Ross it itr t The carefulshopper who desires unusualvalues at reasonable prices should inspect our assortment oftj SAMPLE SUITS which we are offering at i GREATLy REDUCED PRICES Also sbour line of handsome cows and the beautiful silk and linen i TAILORED SHIRTWAISTS we have in stock If rOll are looking fob a suitable Christmas present for your wife or sweetheart see our display ofBrassware fWe haveunibrellastandsrjardeniersin all sizes and many other beautiful acid useful articles There I is no more acceptable gift than a handsome ALLIGATOR POCKETBOOK t We Give S H Green Trading Stamps 1iYra I 1t 1 Clifton B RossJjl I t 111 iilifl j 1t1 iI It IY l N WSfR8M iRiI- HOME JOURNAL Corn Sells in Missouri Rural Districts at 30 to 40 Cents Per Bushel Mostly at Latter Figure Corn sells in AOssouri rural dis l1mostla e one OWCI Pl1CC5 are pre dietedi KjIU1ecrop of potattoes which amounted to 5000 bushels The crop averaged from 150 to 200 bushels of fine tubers per acre Charley Martin of Nicholas coun ty Ky purchased of Green Leer same place 2 mule colts for 245 During 1910 Mississippi planters raised 9200000 bushels more of corn than during any previous year At the sale of IPerefords of Harris tv Son ni ITnrris Mo em head sold for 12300 an average of 181 51 females sold for an average of 171 18 bulls averaged 210 Certainly agriculture is on the upward road in tihe United Slates Its opportunities are greater tlnui they were at any earlier day The outlook is good for still further gains There is common sense in the argu ment that this county needs more farmers and more scientific and cttreti tul farm impossiblebwithout more labor on the fnrmsi Pure silk hose this week only 49 cents Ideal Xmas present McCord Phillips SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS Public Sale Haxing burned out then sold out and onlFriday December 9th f onIfollowingdescribed 6 good Milch Cows all giving milk and will be fresh in the spring Fresh Cow 3yearold Saddle Horse 4 coming 2 yearold Horse Colts 4 Weanling Calves 13 Cattle Shoats Sow and Pigs 2 Deer ing Binders Deering Hemp Macnne1 Deering Mower Milwaukee Hay Rake Chattanooga Breaking Plow 2horse Cultivator 2 Double Shovel Plows Sled Crosscut Saw 1 Disc Harrow A Har row Corn Marker Roller Set of DiggerShovelHoes etc Grindstone Torrent C urnI3 dozen White Leghorn Chickens 10 dozen other Chickens Many other useful articles too numerous to mention Terms made known on day of sale Watt M Nannie S Gay WM CRAVENS Auct J Clerk 123tt G THE BESTf f ourR1E5t wrF t this business in Winchester i for many years and have learned by experience many I L points in the coal trade which make it possible for us to serve you better cheaper and more satisfactory than anybody else i t MARTIN NAt SUPPLY CO o t NEGROES AND MULES aniew 1s j iia A cmloatVof negroes went over the L E to Jackson Monday Several carloads of mules have previously gone there to work on the extension of tile L EroadClay City Tunes HAVE YOUR PICTURE TAKEN- at Earps studio for Xmas present- s11193wkseod CHARMING DANCE AT AUDITORIUM The members p the Kardolf Club were hos s fpm delightful dance at tlie Auditorium on Friday evening A colored band from Lexington fur- niShed music and although very in formal the occasion was great ly enjoyed CHJRMUfH HAIR EVERY WOMAN CAN HAVE IT BY USING PARISIAN SAGE GUAR ANTED BY PHILLIPS There is a reason for tlie phenomena sald Parisian Sage in the United States since it was first introduc ed into America and the sales this year are breaking all records And the reaisolr isplain to all Pa a1risialrvertised to do- AskPhillips flbont it Phillips will tell you that lie rigidly guarantees it to cure dandruff stop falling hair or itching scalp in two weeks or mon ey back Tll giQlno reason whatever why qny man oc wqmUnlshould fail to take advantage of the above generous offer d But one thing that hs made Pari sian Sage so famous is its peculiar power to turn the harsh unattrac the hair that many women possess into luxuriant and radiant hair in a short time Women of refinement the neverlSold by leading druggists ev ry where and in Winchester by Phillip for 50 dents a large mottle The giri- with Auburn lair ion every pack age mail orders filled changes pre GipxO LMf CgFJwralPI N L- ra l 5 stir up your liver a little Not too LBetter just a little just enough to starftlfe JL Jlll One of Ayers Pills at bedtime is all you need These pills act directly aDi Ask your doctor if lit knows a letter the liver Made for the treatment of con ptlllorQ sluggish liccr Then follow stipationbthousness dyspepsia siciheid his celctee He knows i0f ache Sold for over 60 yearsk THINKS IT WILL FAIL j Progress is the title ofa new monthly by Rev JJ It Xeal which made its appearance Monday If has come to join the host that have newspaperglthat a preacher is provided to deliver its funeral oration sing its praises and pray for its forgiveness We the youngter an easy journey through the newspaper grave stones Pikeville Herald FAVORS PRIMARY LAW State Senator W V Eaton of Pa ducah has publicly announced that at the next session of the General Assembly he will work for a direct primary nominations law The sentiment is growing in Kentucky for an election law which will give every man a chance to run for office if he de sires no matter how poor he is ana a law which will put the bosses out of busjnoss In the direst primarya both peptic nohiiithtd fhoir candidii es on the same day the expense Exchange y SUDDENLY STRICKEN Mr John Woods the popular liar ness maker was taken seriously at his shop Saturday afternoon He was taken to his home and two physicians summoned When you buy coal from ns have no unnecessary delay in getting it Royse Boone ll18lt SERIES OF MEETINGS Rev C M Pullias of Levisbui Tenn will begin a series of meeliilire at the of Christ on Sundajr Everybody invited c Q r J r 4 rvrytij t t r bf F l GERTRUDE HAMILTON WITH HORnES STOCK COMPANY A Great Assortment Of Christmas Goods We have made unusual for our Holiday Trade i The largest and most complete stockof Toys in Central Kentucky can be seen ill our store All Christmas Goods displayed this week Imported Mechanical 8To3S Games of all sorts Bicycles Cameras Skates Steropticons Mirrorscopes and hundreds of other articles Dont fail to visit our store when in Lexington C DC aUoway CO Successor to T B Dewhurst 146 W Main Street Lexington Ky GIVE HIM k PAIR Of sHRRL- IYPREiT SUSPENDERS FOR- CHRISTMAS ainltthOShvtepaxk Church preparations Your Local Dealer has them in single pair gift boxes decorated with beautiful designs Ask to ice them whether you buy or not SHIRLEY PRESIDENT SUSPENDERSnare the kind with the Sliding Cord Back comfortable and durable the kind that lets a man forget he has suspenders onthe kind he would choose if he were buying them himself If your Dealer is out of the President Holiday Boxes dont some other ndsend dire to us State color rrefcrred and whether light or medium weight webbing Enclose 50 cess per pair and we will mail to any address Sigccd guarantee on every pair Buy today and get part of your Coriitaa Shopping off your mind i you like three beautiful Art Pandi isle lOxll advati inn for 25 cents for the Prcadeat Calendar THE C A EBGAftTON MFG C- Oat333 Main SL Stirleyv Mast t J i 3 ta r 0t air Four THE WINCHESTER NEWS i OH CHENAULT Pres B F BUCKLEY MgrsRLThe Central Kentucky Tobaccovw i J v Warehouse Co Incorporated Both Phones 964 Opp State University S Upper to Lime Lexington Ky The Leading Warehouse In Lexington i Having sold over 2000000 pounds since opening of season October 25 1910 Offers superior inducements to farmers of Central Kentucky to sell their tobacco in the largest best lightedand best equipped loose leaf tobacco ware house in the world 500000 square feet floor space f SQOVpQO pounds capacity of loose leaf tobacco dayfcap ieriouasRedtying plant of 75000 pounds per day Pri vate track free to all railroads capacity 15 cars loaded or unloaded under shelter Shelter for one hundred and fifty wagons stable room fcr 300 horses Open day and night We have sold an interest to the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Com pany who are represented by Mr B F Buckley of Bourbon CountY one of the most experienced tobacco warehousemen in the state Strict personal attention paid to the receiving grading assorting and brin hogsheads Ifnecessary we can devote one floor to loose leaf andone to hogsftt l1 lead to cco llrou g out the season y lfillWitfsltf nmmia WKa tmH ii 4i Calland see us and be fully convinced where to sell your tobacco either loose leaf or in hogsheads The Central Kentucky Tobacco Warehouse Co Incorporated Lexington Kentucky Citizens National Bank I Paid up Capital 100000 Surplus 51000 I WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS We wIn give you courteous treatment and attend promptly and carefully to ill business entrusted to us J D Simpson Pres A H Hampton Cashier T F Phillips V Pres J W Poynter Asst Cashier 1 JTREE PRESCRIPTION Sent to All Who Ask Prescription of Wonderful New Medical Discovery SENT FREE remarkableout the coupon helow and mail it today The ordinary doctor would charge from one to three dollars for writing a common prescription the specialist from five to twentyfive Ioffer to write a prescription suit Vable to your case and offer to do it FREE fwillalso send you free of cost my book How to Get Well for your guidance Do not wait sis you may not see this offer again hut fill out the coupon and send today Remember it will cost you nothing for this wonderful new prescription discovery just fill out coupon and you will receive prescription and book by return mail all charges paid 1 Coupon for Free Prescription AND FREE BOOK Dr D J WALSH Box 2094 BOSTON MASS Send me at once all charges t paid your free treatment for my case aad oiubookail entirely free tolmil r 5 IfNAME MY ADDRESS IS aflliotedL1Ifopposite write the name here r t A Perspiration Cure lIt you suffer from perspiration try mixing an ounce of common baking powder and the same amount of un dented talcum powder Keep in all tight bottle and use freely after wash fag A little ammonia hi the bathing water is excellent Then dust with the powder mixture Loc TJ My Principal Trouble Has Been Make a cross X in front of your trouble Two crosses XX in front of the one from you suffer most Rheumatism Kidney Trouble Lumbago Bladder Trouble Diabetes Heart Disease Dropsy Impure Blood Neuralgia Female Trouble Diarrhoea Torpid Liver Constipation Partial Paralysis Indigestion Nervousness Headache Malaria Dizziuess Brights Disease Surely Encouragement This is the fourth time you have asked me to marry you said the goodlooking girl resentfullyI am sure I have never encouraged you I dont know about that replied the serious young man Youre the only girl J know who doesnt laugh when I propose to her COLORED COLUMN The queston is again being agitat ed as to whether the race shoud be called negro or AfroAmerican The home of John Brown of nli pens Ferry fame at SPblingfield Mass has been 1at public auction for 2250 The Black Republic of Haiti has a standing army of 200000 They recently paid 30000 for an American in Greensboro N Ctia few weeks ago Mr Ceaser Cone one o f its wealthiest iwhite citizens tendered Booker T Washington the use of his automobile The corner stone for the new 25 000 buliding was laid last week at the Christiansburg Va Industrial In stitute which is a schooloperated by the Quakers of Philadelphia foi our people- A measure will be introduced be fore the incoming Congress by Sena tor Shelby M Cullom of Illinois for a great Lincoln monument at Wash ington and a great Lincoln highway from the National capital to the Get tysburg battlefield Miss Hallie L Brown the note negro elocutionist who once visite- here has just returned from abroad and brings 15000 for the Wilbeforce University at Xenia 0which was given by a philanthropic white lady of London This is th oldest negro Methodist school in ex istence being founded in 1847 They have 350 acres of land and 450 stun dents Total valuation of the is 500000ftse t Thos E Miller rabi excolored Congressman with all expenses paid lis her representative to the Americlji Association of Agriculture and Ex periments Stations which recently met at Washington He was the only colored representative present Aunt Ailsey widow of Edwar Thomas down in Mason county has been granted a pension of 12 per month at the age of 100 years t The colored boy scout movement is getting popular Have your friends to subscribe for The News The Elks annual memorial at the Broadway Baptist church tomorrow afternoon Dr T H Perkins killed 26 rabbit a few days ago while on a hunting expedition Mrs Ray Williams is recovering from a long spell of severe sickness Miss Annie Johnson of the Do mestic Science Department of the city schoolspent Thanksgiving with ref atives and friends at her home in Dover Ky Why not some of otirrprbihoters work tip an Emancipatiofi celbra tion Let all ofour city aiid wing l ty lodges and schools form a mum moth parade and have one great day Other places throughout the country have them why not e1 Miss Emma daughter of Irand Mrs Noah Curry who is attending the Normal school at Frankfort viisted her parents last week H J Brent the undertaker was called to Richmond Tuesday to at tend a funeral Dr Summers the dentist address ed the city school Wednesday mom ing on the care of the teeth Mrs Fannie Harris has returned from Louisville after six weeks visit Prof J H Garvin A M will at tend the State Teachers Associa tion of which he is a prominent figure that will meet at Henderson dur ing the holidays Squire E C Kissenger keeper of the county farm poor house gave an elaborate Thanksgiving dinner to its inmates and informs us that the col ored Were treated exactly the same as the whites The ladies of Clarks chapel M E cliurch realized 20 from their Thanksgiving entertainment How distressing the snow do look to the colored excursion rider and pleasure seeker- Christmas day Sunday December 25th will be Roy Dr flyers first pastoral anniversary ithe Christian church The same will be observed in connection with the dedication of a communion set- H R Dunn a Winchester boy who is making good in a business way in Richmond was in the city Wed nesday D H Girton of Jellico Tenn visIited his family Thanksgiving iQuitea number of Vjo3 ire being killed by the more industrious Glass of our people SIWebbJChristmas entertainment Paul Smith has returned to New Yorkwith Hon IJH Bush Mr and Mrs C P Morgan were the charming host and hostess at a delightful Thanksgiving reception on Thursday December 24th The del icacies of the season were admirably served The folowing guests werei present Mrs H D Colerane CE Coleranp Mrs Matilda Wells Miss Susie Williams Mrs Wm Emery and Mr John Morgan Sandford Curry has gone to Spo kane Wash where he is engaged in pressing tI1cleaning clothes The revival continues atthe Broad why Baptist church Rev T Timber lake pastor Rev Mr Reed the evangelist is preaching eachnight A church committee consisting ff C W Webb Attorney A P Alexander iind Mrs W W Banks has sent 100 invitations through the mini to the unsaved to visit the meeting Dr J H Tyler of this city who is negotiating for the manufacture of his put tylcss and burglarproof window sashon which he recently secureda patent has applied for a patent on the same in several foi eign countries Asthma CatarrhJ Cured i Expert Medical Scientists Announce Startling Results Obtained By Senpine takingdmadd aen e great discovery for Asthma Hay whichewrite for it It is curing thousands of the most stubborn cases It mak havetor severe matte conditions are where you live Senpine will CUTe you If ybu have experimented with oth er treatments Iud have failed to fine a cure do not be discouraged but send for a trial of this wonderful truly meritous remedy which is a scientific compound discovered by a Professor of Vienna University and is being recommended by thousands SELECTED THE WRONG PLACE Dr H H Crippen who his wife in London has been hanged He selected the wrong place to com mit the crime He should have killed her in the United States when- he would have been sent to the asy lum and then as likely as not have escaped from there Glasgow Republican w r y 1- 5XMas MARKETS CHICAGO Dec 2WHEAT Nobody considers the crop condition serious in the southwest and the scare at this time is- regarded asIpremature but the trade brought wheat on it at the last hour yester day Leaders are expressing the belief that the bulls will find a grist of bad crop news from Kansas and other States and probably will make further effort at advancing prices At least two or three million bushels of wheat came on the market around top prices before the close It was a nervous excitable trade and even those who were bearish are not mak ing much opposition waiting for the present Jinny to subside and count ing on a chance to take the selling to ood advantage when present buyers attempt to realize CORN With fine weather and large movement in the near future present temporary swell is not likely last Firmness in corn has been helped lime bull turn in wheat by a lighter country movement than ex 9 twflW railmei firm cash market rh a ibr tslmve bcJntorc dtt weer OA1SStiffcishpremium very receipts and strength in other markets the features which have caused moderate upturn in oats PROISIONS Gellt says 22000 hogs against 20000 last year are on the market Looks like packers are willing to take the hogs at present prices Any let up in the hog moe1i ment certainly ought to gheJ1s 1J sharp trim in prices in bothliogS and ts product rliriY ASOCI IEDPhESS SUMMARY l iciucAGO Dcc2CaWe Re ceipts 9000 slowand weak beeves 4f0750 Texas steers 420a 540 western steers 425640 stockers md feeders 330575 cows and heifers 225630 calves 79 Hogs Receipts 25000 5 and 10 cents higher G40735 Sheep Receipts 20000 strong 225430 western 275425 yearlings 420525 Lambs native 425670 western 450665 Come to see Bloomfields special suits and overcoats at 10 1250 and 15- ONEHALF OF PADUCAHS SALOONS MAY BE CLOSED Inability of Proprietors to Give Real Estate Bonds and Mayors Power the Cause PADUCAH Ky Dec 3With tin dawn of New Year it is now appar ent that half of Paducalvs saloons will quit business unless the General Council immediately passes a new or dinance revising the licenserevoking ordinance At present the Mayor has the soh power to revoke licenses and he ha done so in two or three cases A surety company on the bonds of two proprietors for their obedience fo the law recently was compelled to payI the city 800 forfeiture and now the bonding companies refuse to become surety for any more saloon proprie tors unless they give real estatte se curity in return About halfof Paducahs saloon proprietors are unable to do this With half the presentnumber out ol btfsuielfs the city treasury would suf ferlbss of about 20000 0r1J InialuJlngoa Woman The terms jingo and Jingoism were voluminously applied to Secre tary Elaine and to President Cleveland and to their attitudes as American by foreign newspapers in their attempt to show that the Americans were spoil ing for a fight The words evidently come from the Amazonian empress ol furdoral on 204 A D NoteeAn exchange says matches are cheaper than gas This cannot mean the kind that are made under the par lor gas Boston Herald Classified Advertisements LINY Ic a word for a slngte insertion 2c a word for three consecutive sertions Yzc a word for each additional sertion lOc a word per month I Scattered insertions Ic per word per Insertion Nothing inserted for less than ten cents Nothing charged on books for less than 25 cents FOR RENT 6room cottage with bath gas and all modern conveniences Good stable and all outbuilding One of the best locations in the city A bargain at 20 per month MS 13 Office In McEldowney Builldlng Home Phone 728 East Tenn 26 Insure In- STROTHERS OLD RELIABLE Fire Insurance and and Real Estate Agency OFFICE Fraternity BIdS Phone FOR SALEEdison Standard Phon ograph large horn and support and l0 records in Al condition 1500 John S King 48 Winn avenue Home phone 289 122tf FOR RENT75 acres good corn land now in clover and ready to plow at once For money rent or good note Apply to H W Ecton at Ectons grocery 1010tf buildingSITEA from Winchester on the west side of the Paris pike Price 1000 cash or will divide into 3 lots and sell for 350 each Will sell to white or colored people Address J M Stevenson 1069 Mound Cincinnati Ohio ll306t SII LOSTBunchof keys Return to C C Robbins News office 112G6L LOSTRing Return to IL E Fitch News office and receive reward FOR SALE Harness saddles bug gy robes horse blankets horse col lars etc E A Lowry No7 E Broadway 1123 1mo FOR RENTThree upstairs rooms for light housekeeping Gas and water 19 Buckner street Mrs lI- B Locknane 1123tf SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN for any magazine or newspaper published Clubbing offers a spec ialty Catalogue on request South ern Magazine Agency Clark B Tan ner manager postoffice box 354 0 K phone 541 Winchester Ky 21123tf FOR SALEPure bronze turkeys Mrs J F Golden East Tenn phone 33211171mo IUNGSTENLAMPSThe Ice Company in order to encourage the use of current have arranged with us to reduce the price of Tungsten Lamps to cost for the present 150 watt lamp 170 100 watt lamp 120 60 watt lamp 90 40 watt lamp 70 t 25 watt lamp CO and we in order to introduce a num ber of useful electrical appliances are selling themht the lowest possi ble margin of profit for a few drays WIN ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO Sewer pipe of all sizes at reasonable prices Royse Boone 11143t tlSave money by investing in Red Star coal now Royse Boone 1114St Danish Proverb He bears misery best who hides II most Statistics of Persia The population of Persia is believed by old residents to be about 12000000 or 13000000 The climate and gener al character of the country resemble those of Arizona and California ex cept along the north coast which re semble South Carolina P SHORTHAND i iIlest shorthand Taught by a course of individual lessonsthe best method of teaching known J 0 Lary 234 S Highland street Home phone 737 i DRINK RtIaMore Now is the time to buy Red Star coal for winter months Boonet 1 WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home flour the best made Kerr perfection and White Pearl flour has no eaual GO TO IBro nProctoria- PHARMACY For pure Drugs Druggist Sundries Toilet Articles and everything found in a firstclass Drugstore Phone us your wants and we will deliver the goods promptly Both phones 370CHAS A HOSEY Prop a L l Cejhltt SD VlctPresldenl R eFITCB Ub AuL Clark County National Bank Established 1865 Accounts of Merchants Farmers and Traders Solicited Collection Made unAII Points rip Capital and Surplus 35000 000 PENDLETON BUSH fc BUSH Attorneys it Law 5tk Floor MoEldomey Building Winchester Ky LEWIS R HAMPTON Attorney at Law face 5th Floor McEiduwney Buildi Special Attention to Collections Winchester Ky J M STEVENSON Attorney at tor 30 S Main St Winchester K- yCompanyV i Bush fi FIRE AND TORN- ADOINSURANCE WINCHESTER KY OFFICE McELDOWNEY Phone 145 CLARK COUNTY FARMS FOR SALE NO1 137 acres miles south WinchesterNO acres 7 miles south of WinchesterNO 861i acres 612 miles south of Winchester Each of these farms are on good pikes and have all modern improvements t The land is good I desire to ru sell because of ill health Bargains if sold at once J B MARTIN R R No7 Winches ter Kentucky Phone 490Y r Hygiene Not Paramount A cup of cold water may still be given in charity even if you have ua 4 the cup r rI