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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t ii IEEETJVOLUME 5 NO 42 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY MONDAY DECEMBER 5 1910 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK COLORED MAN FATALLY CUT John Ashley Colored is Stabbed to I JDeath Sunday Afternoon by Char vOey Martin 1e first fatality from violence to Occur in this city for over a year oc stirred Sunday afternoon when Chat ley Martin white stabbed John Ash ley colored to death Martin and Ashley met in the house alletiaboutthe story told by the woman Martin who had been drinking went int- the 0 house to warm Shortly afterward Ashley came in and the three sat talking for a while The woman went to the back of the house auc it was during her absence that ill witncssIcdThe woman says she heard th thIr c she saw Ashley coming out bleeding with Martin following TheY1aj I across the alley into a vacant turned and came back Ashley said 1 to her that he was dying and start ed to the office of Dr Tyler Marlin ran up to the south end of the alloyt and she never saw him again Ashley was stabbed about an inch andtwiceThe stab below the ear severed the jugular vein After the negro was stabbed lie ran out of the house jacrpss the alley and then turned and went to the office of Dr J H aTyler He went unassisted and when TVitlihi nfeW yeas trfthe office fell rind it was nece5siltyto c liY him jn Hecdied a few mordents after ihgNat the office nivI After the cutting Martin went to the office of Dr J N Rankin and had a cut on his left side and n cut on his finger dressed A search of the negros clothing and the house in which the affray occurred revealed no weapon which the negro could have used in cutting Martin Martin was arrested at the office of Dr Rankin by Mr Woodson Mc Cord chief of and d in th 1eMartin was seen at the jail Sunday night a sUortJ wlfilecifiJr lie bhh locked up1ii daskedar statement He was unableto htlllmucliand was complaining with his left side which he said was cut S whenJshleYat me with a knife and struck me auicltyasHats a very small one and began to defend myself I do not exactly know where I cut him nor do I know much about what has happened Martin was very sick and talked with difficulty After the shooting Martin said he felt that he was hur- badly and ran to the offce of UIJ N Rankin to have his wounds dressed The inquest was held by Coronet Nunnelly at 2 oclock Monday after noon MR1 BEN KING PASSES AWAY i In Succumbs to Heart Trouble at His Residence Near Wades Mill After a Short Illness Mr Ben King aged 62 died at hidresidence near Wades Mill Sunday morning after a short illness of trouble He is survived by his wife and seven children three boys Henry and Allen and four daughters Cellie Alice Zeldie and NellictThe funeral services con ducted at the grave in the Winchester cemetery Tuesday morning DccemberI 6th at 11 oclock b El cr Hardingc t I MR ooosI MUGH IMPROYfD Was Stricken With Acute Indigestion Saturday Afternoon But is Now t ii utpf Danger MrVJ M Woods vvas taken sud len 1Y ill with acute indigestion in his Itp THE WINCHESTER NEWSz Saturday afternoon and it was essary to remove him to his hourE Fairfax street For several he was seriously ill but Monday morn ing he was much improved and was able to be at his office for awhile FIRE DEPARTMENT EXTINGUISHES BLAZE The fire department was called to the home of Will Keyes on Washing ton street Sunday morning to extinguish a small blaze in the roof of the wdefective COLLEGE PLAY IS PO TPoNED Will Not Be Presented Until After InterfereeWith Indian Opera cThe college play has been postponed until after Christmas The play was well under way and was to have been presented about December first but at the request of the ladies of the U D C it was put off until the 12th The ladies however seemed to have some difficulty in getting their show under way and have setb le date for the 15th If the did as intended and as they were prepared to do that is to put their play on the 12th it would undoubtedly cut seriously into the attendance of both shows This is of course nnadvis able hence the action of those in charge of the college play It is hoped that this postponement will insure large house for the operatta on the 15Hi and at the college play when given SI41 I tr tKS HOLD ANNUAL MEMORIAL SERVICES Members Pay Honor to Brothers Who Have Passed Away Since Organi zation of Lodge The Elks memorial bohl atlft olub ooinson jprnpon Col T G Stuart presidedD aHlwps assisted in c nd services by Iessrs J F Winn Zed Hodgkin Frank Murphy Dr J W Stapleton J S Winn Matt Bean 0 Johnson and Judge J H Evans Following is a list of the member who have passed eaves since the or ganization of the lodge on Jointers 10 in 1900 J Ed Mitchell Dr N V Prcwitt Judge Rodney Haggard George W Flanagan- J Asa Bush Will E Bean tsJoe K Robinson Mitchell Oalmes h r James Cunningham Dr Washington Miller MAYOR FAILS TO SIGN CHECK Payment For Services Which Coun cil Voted Were Rendered as Clerk By Judge Pendleton At the meeting of the Council Fri ay night an allowance of 30 a month was oted F P Pendle fotclerk hire According to the law lh permittedsb council Judge Pendleton has done the clerks work himself making tip allQJ3 ice Dr M Browne stated to the council that ac ding tojl decision of the Court o Appeals they were required to pay a clerk of the police judge This seems to be doubted by Mayor J A Hughes who has refused to sign the check for the eleven months past solely which was allowecj the judge and also the 430which was due for the past month The mayor has not stated why he has refused to sign the check and Monday when n representative of the News called at his place of business to get a statement fronqlnthe learn ed that the may oixw tsabsentfrot- he m elt FFOTTQ BRING AHOUlrflAiffM Yi In Divided RenubHcan Forces of the U S Senate Said to Have Been Made By Taft WASHINGTON Dcc 5Iu what as said to be an initial effort to hat7nonyinthe United States Senate President Taft invited a number of the regular and progressive leaders to the WhilcIHouse Saturday The the regulars who stepped in single and in pairs during the day attract ed little attention But political Washington began to sit up and tape notice when Senator A B Cummins of Iowa time recogniz ed leader of the insurgent wing o the party in the Senate arrived at the executive offices at 3 45 oclock in lilve afternoon He was quickly followed by Senator William E Borah of Idaho also a progressive Later came thcinfbrmafibn thai hlimitedin an appearance The President lidnot attempt tc ring the Senate leaders together in one big conference There were er more than two in his private at one time He saw Senators ClnnN mins and Borah together and had a private wordwith enCl alone In insurgent circles Saturday night it was said that the preliminary con ference with the President hall givci no definite promise of success The PreaiHfehtvwls reported as conciliaI toryCl1 ttris buMo hnVe vas iiiJtibus ftF do all ill his poWer to brihg hbbut unity of ac1ioh in tilt partyti A prominent member of the pro gressive wing in the Senate was ask ed Saturday night for an expression as to time outlook for bringing tin regulars and insurgents together lit shookIhishead Such a thing is possible he de Jared but it certainly is not prob able This opinion was echoed by others EATH OF IS MARY B EDDY Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science Venerable Leader and Be loved Woman Passes Awaya BOSTON Mass Dcc 51151Mary Baker Glover Eddy discoverer and founder of Christian Science idead Announcement the passing of tihe venerable leader which occur red late Saturday night at her tom at Chestnut Ililla suburb was mud at the morning service of the Mothej Church in this city Sunday Natural causes explains tin death according to Dr George L West district medical examiner who was summoned a few hours after Mrs Eddy passed away Later Dr West added to his statement by say ing that the more immediate cause was probably pneumonia News of Mrs Eddys death was made known simultaneously by Judge Clifford P Smith first reader of the Mother Church at the close of the morning service and by Alfred Far low of the Christian Science PubHca lion Company in a statement to the cress According to Mr Farlow Mrs Eddy passed away at a quarter be fore 11 oclock Saturday night HShe had been indisposed for about nine days said Farlow in his state cessee1ed as as d Lyafternoon driyq until tyro1b feSr shfe gone r vas r until the last and she left iio finn message r641 v No physician was in attendance but she had the assistance of the students who comprised her house hold With her at the time of her departure were Mr Calvin AIrye Mrs Laura E Sargent Mrs Ella C Rathvon Rev Irving C Tomlinson her corresponding secretary Wm H Rathvon and her secretary Adam H Mickey uNo organgb the time or place of her burial have yetof been decidedupon Only her rela f the TThereattendance Dr George LIjestf of he55tton Center medical examiner of jtilie district was called early Sun Y morning Dr West after investigating pronounced death due to natural causes and issued the custo mary certificate- A telegram was sent to her son George W Glover of Lead S D ap prising him of his mothers death and requesting information as to his attendance and that of his family rigs Eddy was born in Bow N II JulylG 1821 gild was therefore in her 90th yeahteHER FORTUNE GIVEN CHURCH WASHINGTON Dec 5Former Senator William E Chandler of Now Hampshire who was counsel for theI children of rigs Mary Baker G Eddy in the litigation over her estate said bclicticfc l cause of Christian Science Mrs Eddy was certainly a re markablc character whatever InaY b the ultimate judgment of mankihd cp ceiiinig Christian Science stile MrJ handler Her intense correct Hess her Capacity for influencing thei minds of her devotees an 1of organizing a new Christian sect have beet allpowerful and made her one of the notable women of the tim- eEWPORT MAY giBEBlue Grass League if Efforts of the Manager of the Rough Riders Are Successful r ivLEXINGTONpossible that Newport will be rcpre rented by a strong team in the Blue Grass League next season For sew oral months the manager of th- Rough r Riders in the hustling Ken tucky city has been trying to secure jv nermission to buy a frrniise in tin Central Kentucky circuit but when after correspondence with President W C Ussery of the Blue GrasILeague a request was made to lent GarryiHerrmann of time Nationalr Commission to place a c p ixclub league the request was re fused at least for the present Both Newport and Covington are in the Cincinnati district and withI out the consent of the Cincinnati club and President Hcrrman no outside IIa league can invade that territory Herrmann said I willnot t present give my consent leaving impression that a request madcs later might not meet with refusal The Rough Riders manager has since been corresponding with Pros dent Ussery and the Frankfort man agement trying to buy the Frankfort Cranchi jevt 1residentUssery knouts nothing about any progress that his IinIt is not likely that Fran1ortwill sell but it is possible that both Cov ingtou and Newport will be represented in the league next year probably in an eightclub circuitFThe AllKentuckians are in Coy ington and Newport has several strong teams with a good ball earl- Covington is preparing to build a park so that the AllKentuckians may play at home If the two teams get tiplay on their own grounds two weeks ut a time and the schedule of games abroad and at home will not be hard to arrange as at present The report that Richmond wool withdraw from the league is illfound according to what a promincr man of that city leclnrcdwhile exington n a love days ago This gen who is interested in the base ballclub at Richmond said it was ttrue that the management is trying to sell the park but that it will immed iately rent in again or failingjn that secure another location andr main i the circuit TJie Richmond club did not make money last season and it is necessary to raise a good sizde amount to put the organization in smooth running c omliti onrith the money secured from the sale of the park the club will rent the frounds and go after some fast men for next year sligincrease ht to cheap lands iiv the West intolerance opposition in opinions rind then neat tobacco troubles IIiERTCHQSEN 11 PRESIDENT dIrPopular Head of K W College Wil Serve as President of State As sociation LEXINGTON Ky Dec 5Tim Association of Kentucky Colleges au Universities held its sixth annual meeting in Morrison College Trail sylvania University Saturday Tllc were the most largely at nded and successful in the history of the association and the entire pro gram was carried out without a substitute number The papers read were thoroughly prepared and were eagerly discussed Business sessions were held in the morning and afternoon and a banquet was given at Hughes at night where Prof A S MacKenzie of Kentucky State University was toastmaster andvarious instructors of the differ timelyetoasts with interesting addresses Perhaps the most interesting sub ject discussed during the entire mceLc was The Honor System led by Dr Thomas B McCartncyxof Transylvania University The system is inoperation at Transylvania George town and Central antiall three schools most heartily endorsed it while professors of other instiutions represented at the meeting talked in favor of it The Honor System was introduced in Kentucky by Transyl University It is used at Vir nia and Princeton Universitiesp Nearly every instructor in Transylvania and State Universities was present at the business sessions and the other colleges were well represented The association co of Georgetown College Berea1 College Kentucky WesTeymv College Transylvania University Kentucky State Un ersity and Central University At the afternoon ssion the fol lowing officers were elected for 1911 1jrcsidentJohn J Tigert presi de an College Vie President Prof James G White acting president of State Un ersitySecretaryTreasurerProf A II Throckmorton of Central University Members of Executive Committee Arthur ier or George tDcanrof C F Rumold of BereaColleg In the enforced absence fIPie l dent R H Crossfield of Transylvania University who was president of the association Vice President Tigert a as chairman of the different ses Among the outoftown instructors present were President Hinitt Profs Crooks Throckmorton Clarke Ram Smith Thomas and Blayncy of FtanGeorgetown Profs Marsh Rumbold and Miss Robinson of Boron Presi dent Tigert Profs Garnett and An dersonof Kentucky Wesleyan EW ROAD GRADE NfARS COMPLETION h Running From Grassy Lick to Pretty Run Pike is One of the Pret Countyg Mr S H Rutledge surveyor has- aboutcompleted the work of making grade for the new road from the Grassy Lick pike to the Pretty Run If the plans of Mr e 11pretticst PEiLElONIAN CHANGfS HMmSI Judges J D Wyatt and E S Clark nPurehase News and Job Plant of Mr J R Williams FAL OUTII Ky Dec 51r J R Williams who has for almost 13 years successfully piloted the Pendlc Ionian one of the most prosperous and best weekly papers of the con n try has sold his news and job plant to Messrs Wyatt and Clarke The sale was quite a surprise to the people and the fact that it will take Mr Williams away has brought general regret to the residents He is a ale Jll hero viw e Kentucky Press Associa fa tion and a member of the executive board of the association He is a fine gentleman and an excellent newspa per man widely known by members of the craft allover the State The new firm is composed of Judges J D Wyatt and E S Clarke both excellent gentlemen The former has beIb Erting Inquirer Judge Clarke is our present county judge and is fully equipped for the business AIRSHIP flIGHT ACROSS ATLANTIC Attempt Will Be Made in Early March in Connection With International Yachting Cruise MUNICH Dcc 5Preparation JosephBruckthe Atlantic It is planned by lIcrlI Brucker to have his airship Suchard ready for a trial trip about the ihiddlc December It will be mounted and filled in thf Parscval balloon shied inI Munich and after trials will be ship ped to St Vincent Cape Verde Island where the start will be made late in February or early in March In connection with the exhibition it is planned to hold an intrcnational yachting cruise the yachts to start a dayor two ahead of the airship and a prize will be awarded to the yacht which first crosses the Suchards ath According to Herr Brucker the hurricane season will be over when he makes his start and he does notI expect to encounter any headwinds thunderstorms fogs or cyclones The balloon to be used have two 100horse power m jtorsvhicl will drive two 50horse power propel legsWILL BE MB MONDAY NIGHT Jay Young Colored Stole a Pair of Slices and Other Articles From Fr ik 1 IaIII Ir I Saturday night Jay Young colored stole a pair of shoes and other articles from R Frank who conducts clothing store on North Maui street and escaped He was arrested later by officer J II Boone and placed in J the county jail He will be tried before Judge F P Pendleton Monday nightIL SERVICEST OF MISS WEBBER Are Held at Residence of Her Par ents Mr and Mrs Philip Webber at Becknerville The funeral of Miss IMaude Weber who died early Saturday rooming after an illness of tuberculosis was held at the residence of her parents Mr and Mrs Philip Webber at Becknerville Monday mrnoing at 10 oclock The services were conduct cd 13 Rev J S Wilson of La Grange Following the services the body was brought to the city and hinted in tlI Winchester cemetery POPULATION OF ClARK COUNTY Estimated at 15434 a Decrease of 1260 Since 1900 Census The following telegram nvas receiv ed Monday at noon from Washing ton D 11inchester News Winchester Ky State population 13th census 2 289905 12th census 2147174 lit h census 1858635 Clark county pop ulation 13th census 15434 E DANA DURAND Director FINE DAUGHTER Born December 4 to Mr and Mrs Hardin Hopper a 10pound girl We have the very best feed on tc market Came to see US before bllY trig LF1 p WEATHER LTJuesd CLARK COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT Convenes Monday But as None of the Scheduled Cases Were Ready For rial Adjournment Was Taken Un til Tuesday The December term of the Clark Circuit Court was convened Monday Vcryfewand it is probable that a number of the old ones on the docket will be taken up The criminal docket is also very Hgth as there were very few ftrimesr com mitted during the past few months The murder trial which has been passed for several terms owing to time absence of several witnesses will be IllomingAt Circuit Court the docket was clear of a mur der trial find in his remarks to the JudgeBeatonhe had hoped that this one would Ue also but he saw from the morning papers that on the day before the convening of the grand jury a man had been killed in the city He di rected time jurymen lo investigate the platter thoroughly and place the blame where it belonged He said that the time Martin jvas arrested itkbottle of whiskey was found on him This whiskey he said was procured witJha physicians prescription and that it did not appear that Martin needed it The la W11C said was very strict on this matter and that they should investigate it closely The selling of whiskey to Mown inebriat by brie saloon kecp rsIW11slnlSd called to their attention1 iuldY fllty were instructed to investigate anti see if this law was being violated He also called their attention to ambling and the game laws and the carrying of concealed slid deadly weapons Following is the grand aifdpelit jurors for the term Grand JuryT G Barrow fore man John G Parsley M IT Gtu d ner W E Dean J N Thompson Charles Todd lhe Watts ft JShbh b7u well Barbee Befits W B Hqd kiji lfJO 9J oihnJaPefIt hFtctilRash Gordon Haggard DayndIZrttl = ton Zadc Hodgkin K S Wills S A Shepherd Leeland Haggard J B Lindsey J F Hughes 0 S Johnson C McClure YoD Rupard John McCormick T B Jones YoE Pin ncll T J Pendleton Phillips Web ber and Ed Fox None of the caste set for Monday ready for trial Monday mom and court was adjourned until morning i FRANK GORDON IS BADLY INJ RfD Falls at His Residence Monday Morning and Sustains Broken OldiMr Frank Gordon who lives on Winn avenue fell Monday morning and received serious injury Mr Gordon was walking inhifi yard when he slipped and fell break MrcGordon is 70 years of age and the wound is considered a very serioim one Dr Frank Johnson was summoned and dressed the injury Midshipmen Conway and Aslibrook of Kentucky wer6 token ill with typhoid fever at Annapolis Sunday Co Roosevelt declares in a private letter that he will tell in a speech December 13 just what caused the political upheaval November 8 TOO LATE IB CLAW FOR RENT New house furnished on Boone avenue with gas and bath from January 1st to May 1st W II French 125Gt FOR SALE 27 acres of good land close to city limits Apply to G D Fox Real Estate agent McEldow ney building Winchester Ky 125tf WANTEDFodder and good feed lot for 50 cattle B D Goff d2 53t v l j c Pa eTw0 t i ii t i1J un rL gut lljt r II 9 x 14 tlEw KMSIEfi NEWS Ct L Newspaperff byi CSh t Incorporated 1tffct SOOIII South Main Street WinchestersKeptucky Dally Except Sunday Entered as secondclass matter November 28 1908 at the postoffice in Winchester Kentucky under the Act of March 3 1879J lott PhonH lsill rByDaily one Six Monthd DM Month Payable in advan riADVERTISING RATE- SDlsptayPer Inch Ono time any editionf 25 Three times within one week 50 One week continuously 100 Ona calendar mo continuously 300 Four weeks 4 times a week 240 Four weeks three time sa week 180 Four weeks two times a week 120 FOUK weeks one time a week 75 Reading NoticesPer Line Business notices body type7c Puro reading news heading 15e Three continuous insertions ofsame item at double the onetime rate Classified Per Word One insertion any edition lc Tbreo insertions Continuously 2c Each three additional insertions1hc One calendar mo continuous1ylOe Nothing counted less than 10 words No item charged on books foi less than 25 cents i 4ESERUjER0 SENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE It1UI GCNERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO 1 BRANCHSstN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES h MONDAY DECEMBER 5 1910 jI DEMOCRATS ON TRIAL It is the most interesting time in activeILtfStOgfl hopofulTh people demand ariffalleducitlolrxherdrynlationof cor orations the reduction of govern mental e ofrthe corporation control of politics and most of all they demand sincer ity Both parties subscribe to these doctrines The question is which i the more earnest For the moment the Republicans are wholesomely re buked and the Democrats are on soft fcrance But the same lash will far with the same sevreity on them il 1 they resort to evasion For there aic no longer parties in the old sense no longer organizations that can count jQiii blind obedience t JtDhis wholly new condition is not only interesting it is almost revolu tionary for it means tlbat the peo ple seems likely to exert a more di reel control over the Government The indirect method of expressing themselves through party loyalty played out It has ceased to be ef fcctive Tho strength the depth and seriousness of the peoples earnest f ness were not appreciated until No- vemberi sal The only parts of the country I where trio lie tnblksus held their i ground decently well was in the ter I ritory of tht Insurgent wing of the a i party J1e above from Worlds Work is f atmc epitome of the situation y Thousands of Republicans and In orEjjin open revolt against the Republi can Pi1PtYati the late election The result was not a victory of the Dem Locratic party but a vIctory of in sur ReojpubliQan party lid lost the confi j dendo of the masses and deserved t the rebuke that they got The ihdications in Some sections are that the Democrats are trying to curry favor with the special mr terests the liquor interests in the Westv and the corporate interests in Contt firx the status of the Democratic party in tirqminds of the people WINCHESTER LUMBER INCORPORATED MANUFACTURING The tariff must be reduced That was what the people said when they voted inVNbveiubir but we want no immediate or radical revision that would affect our industrial progress the Democrats are wise they will stand by the tariff commission plan We are certainly in luck Going home Saturday night our good wife informed us that we had a surplus of meat It had been so long since we had more than a sufficiency that we asked to be shown and there it wits A whole lot of backbone with meat on it and a good supply of country sausage It was sent in by our Good Samaritan friend J B Martin If there be a better place than this world and we get there first we tend to have the best quarters re served for Jim Martin On Sunday morning our good friend II T Strothcr presented us with a fine meerschaum pipe and nn elaborate case for holding it Wt1 always liked Harry but did not know what lie thought of us until he showed- it by this token The aristocratic appearance of the pipe is not in harmony with our make up of clothing but we appreciate it all the same We take no pleasure in publishing news that is discreditable to anyone but if we failed to publish the npvsr the btd a weIl as the good W egl4o cease to be a newspaper i l Y t VP Uy r 4 TT fJ Go to Royse Boone and get a coati of the Red Star coal the best iii town 12 otf HILLY FREEMAN With Homes Stock Company OPENING OF COMPANY Hprnc iStockCompany opens the lw qrs engagement atthc opera house Jforfday liigitt presenting for the op ming play ii romance of the Western plains Under Arizona Skies A heartgripping dam t dealing with life on thlu ancilv and the land of tin cowboy This piece will be given n complete scenic portluclion as tin Horne Company carries their own scenery Frank M Readick will be seen as Steve Morton the cowpuncher and foreman of Arrow Ranch Milly Freeman will have a good com edy part as widow Cannon a typical Western woman Whitney Collins rid John Fairfax will be seen as Par son and Freckles the two cowboys whom widow Cannon stops from cursing Gertrude Hamilton the pretty little leading lady will have a good opportunity to show her best Worka Pepela the Mexican girl Blanche Epplej Ilanard C Robinson and oth er members of the company will be be cast to good advantage Tho prices for this engagement will be 10 20 gild 30 cents Ladies free Monday night when accompanied by one paid 30cent ticket purchased at advance sale before 6 p m Manager Dinelli of the open house has beet negotiating with this company for some time regarding book ings and now that he has succeeded in getting them here he feels confident that he has the best attraction of its kind on the road j They Formula WillisSo the play will appeal to an classes GllllsuYes Indeed Its threequarters full of upt6 date slang to catch the young and one CU33wordslto ONLY THE SOUHPEST BEAMS should be used in any building oper ation Any defect in them may mean the collapse of the structure is sure to shortcnits life any1Q t4Bpyyou beams and other lumber here h thus making sure there will be no soft or weak spots to spoil an otherwise veils- batl t StMJttwrel dI MARK T CHICAGO Dec 3WHEAT Traders are likely to forget muchof the exaggerated crop damage news from the southwest with the first snow which is likely to occur any day Bull leaders have made an effort to have the trade overlook the 112000 000 surplus estimated by Broomhall for Argentine In the excitement of the last few days little has been said about the big surplus of wheat from the 1910 crop for which there are noi foreign buyers and a slack milling de mand Leaders may continue tc churn the market until they got out some more of their wheat but the natural tendency will be lower as soon as the southwest gets sonic moisture and the boar forces again become aggressive COPT The country needs not to be told that corn prices must depend on whether the farmers sell their sun plus or not at these cfigurcs Cash prices arc up 3 to 4 cents from the low point and late yesterday some Deceivers reported better purchase n the country The better cash pric s should give this market a big run of corn early next week as the short interest has been well covered on the advance One local short came in on a big line around to pprices yesterday and another local interest aggres sive on tale selling side samiitrtime made conditions sug gest a reaction from the advance of the week OATSLook for the market to react whenever corn shows weakness PROVISIONS Gelt says 14000 hogs vs 12000 last year No pork being made as yet Friends of the product feel that we unto get hogs to make the stuff as low as the prod uct at present prices Some uneasiness on th part of shorts in Jan nary pork was manifst yesterday ASSOCIATED PRESS SUMMARY CIIICAGO Doc 3 =Cattle rc eipts 7000 fstln 4it750 Texas sf t 40ulW west wn 425640 stockers and feeders 33057o cows heifers 225625 calves 79 hogs re eipts 14000 5 cents higher 050 1Y7A5 sheep receipts 3000 weak native 225425 western 275 420 yearlings 420520 lambs native 425050 western 450 045 Come to see Bloomfields special suits and overcoats at 10 1250 rtnd15 s Capital 5100 OOP Undivided Profits 200000 rHp Winchester Bank OF- f WINCHESTER KY lN H WITHERSjOON 0 President W R SPHAR Cashier iifj e f H SOLICITS YOUR t ACCOtJNTS 1 i n 4loaltown s c 12 if A Tree That Duriqg the driest months pt toe Rhodesian yearAugust September and October a tree called by the na tlvea LMukololo exudes moisture In large drops from its topmost leaves and gives the traveler who happens to be standing in the immediate vicinity the Impression that a shower of rain Is fallid1 When the nativessee onaI of these trees dripping they say TheJ Mukololo is for rain Even during the hottest daythe tree weeps copiously Strand tlt tI t2O l D a S tOIXMas RAILROAD TIME TABLES EXINGTON EASTERN RY CO rime Card In Effect June 21 1908 Daily iDaib- 53a Bound No 2 No 4 Stations PM IAM jv Ltsington 22517 3 Cr Winchester 3 wp gilvj L Junction 120 18 SO Clay City 350 90 Stanton 358 9uO- Campton Junction 4 30 938 Natural Bridge 4 35 943 1956BeAthol n 1 5 37 11045 0 K Junction p05 1115 ir Jackson VV 610 11120 tNoi1 No3 No Westbound DailyJDaily Sun Ex Ifirrn Oit JT Jackson lG10220 700 0 K Junc1615 225 70 Athol 640252 7 30 1i H p154Torren1Natural Bridge 745J355 826 Campton June 17481357 828 Stanton 815 426 854 Clay City 825 43p 902 L E June 900 J07193Winchester 912irXexington 9 55 J 6 05 lO25 THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EX CEfT SUNfeAY t Tr EJlineGotiTrains Nos ud 3 wifiiriake connecUoris with flit hH O fly fox it t9rli1g l1 H Beattyville Junction Trains No and 4 will male conaecticna wit he L A Railway for Bealty ille Ky CXariton unction Trains NOR 3 and 4 will connect with th fountain Central lly for passengers o mind from Campton Ky 0 K Junction Traiz Nos 3 rid 4 will connect with the 0 5 K ttailway for Cancel City TV and way stations Train No2 will make connection with the L A railway for Beattyville Ey WA MCDOWELL Qenl Mgr lIASsCOT G P A f LpyiSyiLLE IIASHVILLk- Southho and No 37rCmcinuatiKn6x7ill6 loc n rriycs 1016 a ml departs 10il9 a 410 No 33 Cincinnati Jacksonville e united 1039 a m No MaysviileStanford local vith Cincinnati connection at JParis frives at 6 25 at 635 p m Nit 31CincinnatiAtlanta limited 1117 p m Northbound No 34 AU nroCiDCHlDnt limifec 157 a m No 10 StanfordMaysyille loca onnectinAt Paris tnr Cincinnati tine at 7ii5flcavcs at 722 a m No 38 KnoxviileCincuinati al arrives 248 departs 253 p Ko 32 Jhiks nvitlpCinni li united 558 p m Allare daily except Nos 9 nnL 10 wliicli are daiilyexceptiSunday CKESAPEAKE OHIO Easlboand Xo 20 Daily Ex Sun 853 h m 22 Daily 1210 p mT pNonu mr Wegtbqui tNo 27 Daily Ex Sun 722 a m No 21 Daily 648 am mJoNo 23 Daily 41 p m AN IDEAL XMAS GIFT Have some of those beautiful sejia photos made at Earps gallery Just the timing for driends Dont des Ghristmaswiil be here before you renlize it i I1=1tJ 3wks eod WINCHESTER IDEAHUSTLE DEATH Of MISS i ANNIE t CASE j tt Young Daughter of Mr J B Case Neat Lawrenceburg Dies Fri Iof Morning HllEXINGTON Ky Dec 5Miss- m c Lee Case of near Lawrence b ataoclock at the home of her father Mr J B Case lie lost his wife who wasa well known newspaper and magazine writer two months ago Miss Case leaves four sisters Misses Cordelia mud Sarah Case of Law renceburgj Mrs J D MeCowcn of Linden Walk this city and Mrs J II Shely of the Russell Cave road and three brothers C T Case of the In ternal Revenue Service of Lawrence burg and John and Robert Case students of Bcrea College The funeral was held at the home of Mr Jr B Case Lawrenccburg Ky Sunday morning at 11oclock We have the very best feedan the market Come to see us before buying 125lf FROZEN AMOK CHRISTMAS TOYS Aged Man Who Made Toys For the Children Each Year Found Dead in Blacksmith Shop- PHILADELPHIA Dec 5Frozen to death three days ago and lying in the midst of Christmas toys which he made every year for the children of the neighborhood the body of George Freed aged 70wus found early Saturday in an abandoned blacksmith at Lelund and Viiic yw stQ Ac h tSiborhoqd formerly s allowed Freed to occupy a portion of it Years ago Freed told them that he had been a prosperous build er and contractor but meeting with adverse circumstances he had been separated from his wife and family and reduced in circumstances Hc claimed that he had a brother living in Virginia who was wealthy but lit never applied to him for aid lIe was last seen on Wednesday when he is said to h complained tIt1 ejghbjL mhf the coWJulof be ing wjyithout fire or covering to keep titfdownt trom the colaid wjjile mltas Condition The poliecarq end a oring to locate the brother in Virginia GAWIIMIGO RELIEF COMES IN TWO MINUTES COMPLETE CURE IN FEW WEEKS Dont go on hawking yourself sick every morning its cruel its harmful mat it3 uimeuessury If after breahing IIYOMEI the wonderworker you are not rid of vile catarrh you can have your mon ey back No stomach dosingrrjust take the little hard rubber pocket inhaler that comes with each outfit and pour into it a few drops of IIYOMEI Breathe it according to directions In two minutes it will relieve you of that stuffed up fooling Use ita few mini utes every day and in n few weeks you will be entirely free from ca tarrhBrcatlmingIIYOMEIis a very pleas ant and certain way to cure catarih Get an outfit today it only costs 100 its worth 1000 to any ca tarrh sufferer For sale by Phillips and druggists everywhere who guar antee it to cure catarrh croup coughs colds sore throat and bron chitis After you once own a Hyomei hardrubber inhaler which comes wit the outfit you can buy an extra bottle HYOMEI liquid for only 50 cents the inhaler lasts a life time e Red Stat coal is time best on th marletspldbyJoyse d Boone VAI 125tf WANTS TO HELPSOME ONE BOyerlOflFertp some brie now Suffering so long himself he feels for all distress from Backache Nervousness Loss of Ap petite Lassitude and Kidney disor ders He shows that Electric Bitters work wonders for such troubles Five bottles he writes wholly curedme and now I am weiland guarantiedforBlood Disorders Female Gomplaints mid Malaria Try them 50c at Win chester Drug Company JWINCHESTERS LEADING DRY GOODS STORE l CurryDryGoods CO I UMBRELLAS The popularity of the umbrella as a gift is growing year by year The extraordinary yalues shown here will appeal to the Qcpnpmica New and complete ciH inspection JTf IV H v 100 to 650 Curry Dry Goods CO THE STORE OF PLEASANT AND PROFITABLE SHOPPING WE CAN SATISFACTION when you see the shirts collars uitr clerwcar etc you sent here to Uo laundered yoitnphoiildi hardly he hive them to he the sane garihjyifg so much cleaueu axe they so peii featly doiijaHii Qiv Mtaif t ber the firstt wondov wjiyryoii hall uott sent us your laundry work before What day shall rte send for your things Winchester Laundrv Go J Read The Nevvs II Ioo WATER HEATERSi AITIong Instantaneous VtTater Heaters The RU1JD is Foremost OoIIIngf Water By Opening the Faucet Ask for particulars GRANT WITT CO 3O1 NORTH MAIN STREET HaveAny Mantle Troubles hrx USE fJNNERtIN LINED w B ES IIt RE61ZTEREDwAND YOUR TROUBLES ARE OVER 1 Block TWOCOMPLETE Inn tlin Linedt Mantles give 50 per cent more light and will outlast six ordinary I GET ONE TO TRY WITHOUT COST Save the box covers from 12 Block Vytalty Mantles the best 0 and 15cent grade of mantles soldtake them to your dealer or send them to us and get a Block Inrierlih Lined Mantle free Block Vy rdwareChinaDealers Writo for Our Descriptive Circular and New Catalogue The Bock Light Co Youngstown Ohio Solo Manufacturers Headquarters for incandescent Mantles Burners and Supplies of every description Gas Gasoline Kerosene High Pressure etc s k 4F Peoples State BankPAID UP CAPJTAL 10000000 Surplus Fund 2000000 In our short history of a few years wehave btilt up a buss ness of which we are justly proud f We are pleased with our business because of title voluinp to which it has already attained and th prospects for its future growth We are gratified because we have established a reputa tion for fa r dealing with our distorters andi friend And we Mtywell as the rich depositors We would like very much to have you enlisted as he of our ustomers and cordially invite you to make us a visit and inses igate our facilities for doing an uptodate1 banking business r JOHN M iloDaluN 0lshier JI I L BROWN Pros L B COCKRELL V Pres lIT r TI fHl WINCHESTER WSt f ff tat fltrtlte t 1 ==r I W tt e HaieJust received a new and com plete Ime YjfjfBnglisk Leather I Goods consisting of Card Cases Portable Mirrors Hasty Note and Shaving Sets Memorandum Books Brush Broom and Portfolios Hat Brush Cases Traveling Sets Tie Cases Papier Poudre Handkerchief and Book Glove Cases Come while the line is unbroken f G H BO1ENJe- weler and Optician Winchester Ky DONT FOAGET OUR PRESENT TO YOU j l- ielf SOCIETY t Prof Bosley Entertains Pjfof John L Boslcsy was the genial Los for a chidling supper Sunday IJisijuests were Mjessrs A IT Syinpson J W Pointer Walker Hampton and Dave Rnitlon The affair was quite informal but- wnSverygretttly enjjoyjod by all pres l tI J tII qfO tl jIb MifesJbilHauSuAVclH after a teJson- IaV irhhmer atModefctoyeali igiiOw Jin fios Angeles visiting her brother MiyTom Sewell and will spend the holidays there Mrs Susan Paynter jwho recently moved here from Campion Junction ajid conducted a boarding house on College avenue will inovcito Winches ter next week Jackson Times lion and Mrs J M stcrcuson are iueimr congratulated on the birth Sl 4 nm Ol tLu J ll t lJ IIMr A n Askew has resigned Ins1 ndf1clhfMrs Pattie Lou Kohlhass will leave next wee kto spend the remainder of the winter in Florida lrs Henry Prewitt of Mt Ster lingj is visiting her daughter Mrs Jack McCord Miss Edna Gaitslall is improving nicely Mrs Sallie Early is ill at the home of Mrs Harry Ecton on Lexington avenue Mrs Will Finnell of Lexington Attended the funeral of Miss Maude J1ycbJcr t i Mr Frank Gordon fell Monday inorning and seriously injured his shoulder U u v T 1 Miss Mary George is ill of lagrippc Mr Ira Tanner has returned from a business trip to Virginia in the in terest of the Hagan Gas Engine Com puny SaturdayI lestnTiOJOOlUC jMfr A A of Iiidiaii jiclds is in this city on business Mi George Fry is ill Th l e y Run school will have a Oliflslmris tree on the evening of Dc ccniber 23 Mi Alex Hardman has accepted posifioirViirr the popular shoe firm andICity spent several days last week in this cil Mis Maw lIanlti ill spend the hiol pGOfiss1 Gladys AShtitsto Paris is visiting Miss Louella Ecton Mr Jess Haddcn has returned from a business trip to New York yisitinghCIJafcnts Mr L H Bush returned last week to New York Mrs Howard Ilajnpton spent the weekend in Mt Sterling MrsXannie Clark of Paris is vis iting her sister Mrs Pattie Lou Kh lias Miss Eddie Osbonic who is attend Normilhqre Mondayfdr Who Said Soup Dont that go good for dinner on a cold day We carry the most com plete line of soups in the city FEATURING The Celebrated FrancoAmerican Line All Varieties Boidllion Mock Turtle Oxtail Heintz Tomato Soup made from Choice Tomatoes and Pure CreamI10 15 and 25c Sizes r Besides these leaders we carry a complete line of Van Camps Sniders Monsoon Popular Size Soups lOc per can WHEN SOUP HUNGRY PHONE 40 MacNeill Weathers v BothtPFlo ne9Na 40net Lie ri i r fJiJW t r t- = =1 2 t rtptrii U dPJi i1fgp Vt1 4iit= Clifton B tOSS of J The careful shopper who desires unusual values at reasonable prices should inspect titu assortment of SAMPLE SUITS which werare ofienng tt GREATLY REDUCED PRICES thcIAlso see our line of handsome coats andu beautiful siljcandllin eji h TAILORED SHIRT WAISfShkAt J we have in stock If you are looking for a suitable I Christmas present for your wife or sweetheart see our display fJ tf i U Brasswareil ttIrf jH 1o IftPIVe have blla stands jardeniers in rs h sizes and many other beautiful and usefularticles There is no more acceptable gift than a haridsbnie ALLIGATOR POCKETBOOK 1f C nid i We Give S H Green Trading StampsI hi JJ Clifton B Ross if Ii J 4llt 0 ul Ii 1fifit li1JIB o o11i d L I ItI Wtf t I t tri =Ui1 r mIII q t3 I dftys with lieu is ill IlU3Jiiue IIll and Miss ue vniriod Bostitit VisitedjLiss Edna Gut ifiarrV Joseph s uspitiuin Lexington Saturday Sir George Hugliqs who has been q nicely3t i Miss LihiPlieipsanl attend tle l dI10rtin ance of The Girl of Jy Dreams at the Lejcingtbn opera hqnso Mon lily night Mrs Jack McCord has returned from Norton Infirmary in Louisville She is greatly improved in health Mr Hart Robinson is ill of1a grippeMr Charlie Scott is ahle to be out utter several days illness Mrs J H Burke of Kichmoml is visiting in this county and will begin a protracted meeting at Pretty Run school house Monday night which will continue until Friday night in elusive Mr CC Mann who has been ill for four weeks of bronchial pneumon ia is able to be up Red Star coal is the best on the market soUTby Roy c Bonne 1 5tfr Him Full Information A member of an eminent St Louis law firm went to Chicago to consult a client When hearrlyed he found that he had unaccountably forgotten the clients name He telegraphed his partner What Is our clients name The answer read Brown Walter E Yours Is Allen William Bn Just Sou Everyman has his price remarked the moralizer Perhaps he has re joined the demoralizer but it Isnt 6 ery man who has his market Hi jy L i iij f i a iBANKS ON SURE THING rNOW GngsIY They cured ine of chronic con failcdIIand Debility 25c at Winches ter Drug Company See Royse Boone before buying your feed We handle the best in town 125tfit Public Saiefl 4ihavirFriday December 9th at 10 a m on the old Domigan farm on the Donaldson pike about 11 miles North MtStFrlingpersonal property towit 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 eeringDeerihg Mower Milwaukee Hay Rake Chattanooga Breaking Plow SledCrlsscut oiIfampterlHoes3 dozen White Leghorn Chickens About t10 dozen other Chickens Many other toonumeroustomentionTerms GayIClerk OUR HOLIDAY GOODS Are daily arriuiqg Come in andY inspect them Many novelties in Sterling Silver Baldwin BrosHl a am sSign of Bigl Watch i h i M 54 S Main St WINCHESTER IfYI 11 BAS A iCO O IN I FEW OURiSI Proves Quinine is Never Effective in the Cure of a Severe Cold or the Grippe Nothing else tbat you can take will break your cold or end grippe so promptly as a dose of Papes Cold Compound every two hours until three takcnt pains headache dullness headand nose stt cipk ecris1ncs i sneezing running of the nose sore throat mliious catarrhal discharges sorc ness stiffness rheumatism pains and other distress begin to leave after the very first dose resultranalcOttgrippe Take this harmless Compound as directed with the knowledge that there is no other medicine made any where else in the world which will cure your cold or end Grippe misery gibeeassistance or bald aftereffects as a 25 cent package of Papes Cold Com pound whifib any druggist in the Avprld can supply See Royce Boone before buying your feed We handlet71e best in t ntown 125tf 1 l L n it Mere Coincidence countyMpryland ens stolen set al igjjji In the chicken house fat would be discharged the minute the door wart opeJledT e gaper nlglit the was discharged and the next day three men In Ha gerstpwn Wre reported confined to their homes by rheumiaUsm i Many Like Him tilt Is a terr ble thl g said the prsoner to be known by a number insteadota name and to leel that all in Ijfe I shall be object tf suap- icignarapngtheppllcei But y4ou wIHtnot b alone my friend replied the phjlanthrppjc Isjtpr the saute automobiles thing appens to people wile own estne- r GbristlTl8S GUtsConsisting of Beautiful Brooches Cuff Buttons Jabot Pius Lockets Neck Chains Watch Fobs Bracelets Shirt VUnicf Rings Tie Clasps Scarf Pins rlr r ks Watches Silverware and Glass are to be found at the J ev Jewel pricesCallguaranteed CHAS A O A R R I T ME RSJEWELER SAVED FROM AWFUL DEATH How an app ling calamity in his family was prevented is told by A D CIsJ was very thin and pale had no appetite and seemed to grow weaker every day as all remedies failed till Dr Kings New Discovery was tried and so completely cured herI that she has not been troubled with a cough since Its the best medicine I ever saw or heard of For coughs colds lagrippe asthma croup hemorrhage all bronchial troubles it has no equal 50c 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Winchester Drug Com pany Go lo Royse Boone and get a load of the Red Star coal thefbest in lJ5tfiCOUNTY COURT DAYS Below isa list of the days county courts are held each month in coun Anderson Lawrenceburg Std Mon dayGarrard Lancaster 4th Monday Grant Williamstcwn 2ntl Monday Jessamine Nicholasville 3rd Mon dayLee Beattyville 4th Monday Lincoln Stanford 2nd Monday Madison Richmond 1st Monday Mason Maysville 2nd Monday Mercer Harrodsburg 1st Monday Montgomery Mt Sterling 3rd Mon dayNicholas Carlisle 2ndJVtonday Owen Owentou 4th Mnnday Pendleton Falmouth 1st Monday Powell Stanton 1st Monday- Scott iday Shelb- yGeoretown3rdlio Shelbyville 2nd Jfondaj Woodford Versailles 4th Monday Bath Owingsville 2nd Monday Bourbon Paris 1st Monday Boyle Danville 3rd Monday Breathitt Jackson 4th Monday Clark Winchester 4th Monday Estilli Irvine 3rd MondayI Fayetfej Lexington 2nd Monday Fleming Flemingsburg 4th Monday Franklin Frankfort 1st Monday Harrison Cynthiana 4th Monday HAVE YOUR PICTURE TAKENI at Earps studio for Xmas prcscnt- s11193wksco1 See Roysc Boone before buying your feed We liniuc the best in town 125tf Citizens National Bank I B Paid up Capital 100OOOr tri I iSurlusJSJOOO ft nSi31QA WE SOLICIT Y RHSl IPJI1t J4jL 1r We will give you courteous treatment and attend promptly and carefully to sl business entrusted to usIJ SJinpsonjPres AH Hampton Cashier T F Phillips V Pres J W Poynter Asst C- ashierwra tbO I wa oMa 1tqrl6S1 tiS Save Time by TeBphonJng ui Whena man feels the ii6essity of beingutitwbTplakcvafr then niitime he goes td th carettelephoneandltseiclsajiisivoute By having the service of Ute litII EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED It Is easy to tiavel all over the State and other States If you havent our servke you should have Call our manager for full DI informationREDSIAR The quick burning big block long flame Red Ash Coal the best domes tic 1fuelwe guarante every load ROYSE BOONE Winchester Both fhtneroJ r r A Great Assortment Of Christmas Goods We have made unusual preparations for our Holiday Trade Xlie largest and most complete stockof Toys in Central Kentucky can be seen in our store t J i All Christmas Goods displayed this Week Imported Mechanical HH Toys Games of all sorts Bicycles Cameras Skates Steropticons Mirrqrscopes and hundreds of other articles Don t fail to visit our store when in Lexington CDCallowayCd i Successor to T B Dewkurst Ii 146 WfM i Street rLexin 1kly t I G t tii1r E 7 tj r f r PIe Four THE WINCHESTER NEWS h I Winchester Opera HouseTonightThe Greatest Stock Organization ever at Popular Prices direct from one season in Cleveland 5 years in Cincinnati 2 years in Dayton 2 years in I Ky H0rne S IOCk Ci9 iP Presenting aEach Complete Presented Under Productions The ofRoyalty Title f c fU r tPo i I Whitney Collins Comedian IHJIQI L J S popu R PRICES = I IIliD s wrsrwsr jviTHEv LAYSr + lj Ut1t t1 i Under Arizona Skies The Man of Her Choice The Shores of Sin Wed Mat one at 6 P M I i J == bl r WENDLING Prisoner Says He Should Have Been Sent to the Chatrpr Allowed to go Free LOUISVILLE Ky Dcc 5 ifrseph Wendling Saturday night was fiid Alma Kcllnes and nunishmcift was fixed nt iffcnment The jury wa F at 620 p in und aimOuhciiciT a pct at 1010 oclock W ending was talking to his wifb 3 Madeline Wondling when t1Ie edict was announced and remained rfectly calm 3 I either ki11ed the little girl or I didnt said Wendling They should either send me to the electric chair or tarn me iftThc verdict carilc after a day spent ir argument by the attorneys and the rending of the instructions by Judge Gregory Although there were fourJ possible verdicts which the jury might l vo returned tinder the instructions 6 the court tlie erdict was merely murder The evidence presented aginst tVcndling waspurely circumstantial Alnm Keilner was the daughter o- fIr and Mrs Fred Kcllner of this ty and a niece of prank Fehr theI illionaire brewer who spent much me and money in the search for the WCl1l1ftiifPtiExtra were on duty at We several en the Crimainal jurt SnturdnyGrternoon when it came apparent that the crowd at lie trial of Wendling would cheeped jfi nay previous gather wg in th6 court room IFany personS rather than forfeit llteir sent in tipf room stayed aftci jjjle noon adjournment and were in their places when the court recon vened at 145 oclock Several women ieiriJude Gregory ordered the windows popteonngsterswho climbing il1 Ute through the n- r f A The Sign of The Four St Elmo Little lord Fauntleroy Sal Mat large wif low pane was I kenI ilrlY afternoon by t1liIhbStll tthAt pressed against it and Satur the rule to keep the windows t clear was rigidly enforced Wendling listened intently to the argument made by J Reginald Cle ments one of his attorneys and Loraine Mix the Assistant Attorney but showed no trace of motions His wife who has sat at his side the trial was in her place Saturday but Michael Hermann the French consul at Louisville did not come into the courtroom during time morning session Mr Hermann however had been faithful to tbe prisoner in his official ty and has evinced the g terest ihtlhe testimony udOiiced at the trial t sumIIIhad failed to prove that time body found in the cellar at St Johns church was that of Alma Kellncr- Mr Mix in his argument which was concluded at 1230 oclocksaid State had proved the corpus dc licti beyond the shadow of a doubt and that no one could have possibly have committed the murder and performed the mutilation burning and burial of the body except the janitor of the church Mr Mix was followed by John W Ray counsel for the defense the afternoon 59551011 of the court beI ran at 145 ocloek Red Star coal is the best on the market sold by Royse Boone 1231 ENDS 4Tc any winter in season of luulcl The frost bitten toes and fingers chapped IH gds nUtips chilblains cold sores red and rough skins prove this But such troubles fly before Bucklcns Arnica Salve A trial convinces Greatest healer of Bums Boils Piles Cuts Sores Ec zema and Sprains Only 25c at Win chester Drug Company 1Come to see Bloomfield special suits and ftvercdhts at 10 1250 and 15 r We handle of coalnt reasonl le prices Come to see ns before bnvjng R i Boon SV 125lf X rc JJ j F P Horne Sole Owner and Rill ItK 3O Cents uE Mothers Mistake 1pening Pay Tonight- A of The Plains Ladies when by sale before tfOR nutiderbCiglityearoUl trapto proportions 1tla Prosecuting throughout capach subsequent WINTERS TROUBLES airlands w w rIJ Founder Romance Western UNDER SKIES advance Jlt GDVRN R rltECT EOSS Delivered at Wareham Mass Ex plains His Ground For Taking the Stump Against Senator Lodge WAREHAM Mass Dec 5In a speech delivered here Saturday at the close of his three days speaking tour of Cape Cod Governorelect Eugene N Foss explained his ground for taking the stump to oppose time reelection of United States Senator enry Cabot Lodge i 1tt Jtheprecedent and he instanced the shi N in this direction of Governor Hughes of New York He added A Governor should be the interpre tcr of the popular will mud in going over this State calling the people to gether and discussing with them the question of the return to the United States Senateof Henry Cabot Lodge who has allied himself with the great protected interests who has legislat ed for them as against the people as shown by the official records of his votes Iam doing no revolutionary thingIWe handle all kinds of coal at reasonable prices Come to see ns before buying Royse Boone 125tf V W Bush 6 Company FIRE ANI TORNA- DO5NSURAWCE WINCHESTER fFOFFICE McElOQWNET Phone 145 Come to see BloomGelds special suits and overcoats at 010 1250 and 15rf A Long Watt A party of East Indian natives were found sitting In a row on the platform of a station after the train had left waitiag till the tickets are cheaper London Globe tM HAIREMPORIuM Mrs Mann and Mrs Savory An nounce to Ladles That They Are in Their New Business StimrT mind Savcry announce to the ladies that they have opened a hair einpbriumiat 12 West Fairfax Win PAfjtp Iabiut manage ffHairH jjngeing V v SIl ct railGt tiingaaMarcelle waving J Hair clipping Scalp treatment We have on hand a line of loose and manufactured hair Orders promptly filled Bring your comb and have them made to order satiSfacltipn jean Queen Correcj Corset front laced with its Perfection Front Piece which are made from guaranteed materials throughout and are selected with the greatest care both a to quality and appearance pattern 1Call TUNIIJTENLAMPSThe fee Company in order to encourage tile rlse of current have arranged SittUij ns to reduce the price of Tungsten Lamps to cost for the present 150 watt lamp 170 100 watt lamp L 120 watt lamp 4HR 90 40 watt lamp 70 25 watt lainp t and we in order to introduce a num ber of useful clecCijjal appliances arc selling them atiitkgJowest possible marginrrof profit for a few days SUPPLY e C fI1 l I e e r S G EAST LYNNE ar wewxn rraa s Little PRICES lOc to e n I r We bqst feed on the market Come to see iis before buy iI DRINK i2c More Than Wet WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Roller tinsWby not use home flourthe 6 best made Kerr perfection and White Pearl flour has no canal GO TO Bro nProGtoria 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 370 CHAS A HOSEY Prop DBHAMPTON F I Pres1dm Cubic SDCOFF R 0 VlceFrsldtat Asst Comity National FatabNked 1e 1r1Acc6UMs of merchals Farflers and Trailers Ss dld- Cc6o11 Made SiAH Pelts Cc pital and Surplus 350OO 000 11 Miss Gertrude Hamilton Leading Lady I 20 flCCt UJGU Lord MATINEE A ue a word for a single msertlce1 a word for three consecutive 111i sertions 2c a word for each additional in sertion jOc a word per month Scattered insertions Ic per word per insertion Nothing inserted for less than ten cents Nothing charged on hooks for less than 25 cents FOR RENT room cottage withjbath gas and all modern conveniences Goe idsta ble and all dutbuildings v6 the best locutions in the iffy Ai bargain at 20 pea month N D Office In McEldowney Builldlng Home Phone 728 East Tenn 26 Insure In- STROTHERS Fire Insurance and and Real Estate Agency OFFICE Fraternity Bldtj Phone lOSTAwhite setter lemon ears ArswertbMwith Ward Return to J P Lcw5t 118 Fairfax street flhye a lib era reward 123St w fftff FOR RENT Three up fans rooms for light housekeeping Gas and water 13 Itackner street 3frs 3L j B Loeknaac 1123tf SU SCRIPTIOKS TAKEN for any magazine or newspaper published Clubbing offers a spec laity Catalogue on request South ern ilcgazine Agency Clark B Tanner manager pQijtofiice box 454 0 1C phone 511 WinclMtifc Ky 23tL THIS AND WEEKI Il presented Covington Scenic Correct fjJA and BastLynne HeMA Everybody Free Tonight accompanied paid ticket 1ft sillsrandpecring x PHCH EUGENE thet OPENING OF FuIIEqiiipped WlNUELEGTRIC COI TINE WednesdayrFauntleroy Saturday ape purchased SiffN ARIZONA lidvejthelyery tmg IOark Bank LJflassil tjsements TOKEI OLD RELIABLE FOR SAlEA valuable building SITEA plot of ground miles 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 M Stevenson 1009 Mound St IJ Ohio 1130Ot Ring Return to H E Filch News office and receive reward FOR SALE Harness saddles bug gy robes horse blankets horse collars etc E A Lowry No 7 IL Broadway 1123lmm FOR SALEPure bronze turkeya Mrs J F Golden East T n1 i phone 332 ll17lmo 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 PENDLETOH RUSH BUSH Attorneys at Law 5tk Floor McEldowney Building Winchester Ky LEWIS R HAMPTON Attorney at Law ffice 5th Floor AtcEidowaey JiSpecial Attention to CoIIectioBa Winchester Ky 1 M STEVEH80H Attorney at Ls iD S Haki St Wt Kiterf Ky SHORTHAND Standard Pfeoaograpy the shortest legible shorthand Taught tj z course of individual Jes30tatBe r best method of teaebing blown J C Lary 234 S Higlibnd street Hems phone 737 We handle all kinds ofeoatreaw nlGreprices Coaoe tooe eK Before joying Koyse t Ym 12 1L