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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 if i- fsTEDITIoNj VOLUME 5 NO 43 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY TUESDAY DECEMBER 6 1910 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK CHARtEY MARTIN is EXONERATED By Coroners Jury Which Held an In quest Over the Body of Negro Whom He Killed Coroner II C Nunnelley held the inquest over the body of John Ash ley who was stabbed to death by Charles Martin white Sunday af tcrnddn and the jury returned a ver diet declaring that they believe- that Martin cut the negro in selfde fens L The inquest was held in the t police court rooms lIon J M Stev ehsoh appeared for the defendant while Mr S T Davis Cquuty Attor iiey represented the Commonwealth The testimony of Pearl Wheeler at whose house the fight occurred Ike Johnson who was in a room over the one Martin and the colored man wcreI in Dr J H Tyler and Dr Rankin and Joe Frazier was taken rThe jury was out only a few min utes when the signed the following veib diet We the jury find the body under in vestigation to be that of John Ashley aged about 24 years old and from the testimony further find that he came to his death from a knife wound inflicted in the left side of the throat- S id wound was made by a knife in the hands of Charley Martin and in the home of Pearl Wheeler in Man Bells alley in Winchester Kentucky qn Sunday afternoon December 4th 1910 and we further find that it was doiie in selfdefense P Y DRAKE JOHN CONWAY THOMAS ALLEN JOSEPH JONES HENRY GILKEY v TOM MOORE H NUNNELLEY Coroner After the Coroners jury had re turned the verdict Martin applied to Judge J H Evans for bond which was granted The amount of the bond was fixed at 500 r NEW SOBPEONAS WILL BE ISSUED To Take Place of Those Which Were Stolen From Office of Sheriff of Breathitt County c PARIS Ky Dec Subpoenas for the appearnce next Wednesday in the Bourbon Circuit Court of more than 40 witnesses from Breathitt county to testify in behalf of the Commonwealth in the cases of John and Thomas Davidson Jase Deaton and Hacker Combs under indictment for the murder of John Abner and which were sent by the clerk of the Bourbon Circuit Court to the sheriff of Breathitt county to be served by that official have been stolen from his office which probably will neces sitate a postponement of the trials Information of the theft came in the form ora letter from the sheriff of Breathitt county to Clerk William CourtIover tp Commonwealths Atorney Robert B Franklin A new set of subpoena will be issued bu they can not b3 served in time for the forthcoming trial No information has been received as to the identity of the pur loirier of the legal documents the serving of which is all important to the prosecution 4 GOOD MEETING HElD SUNDAY j Excellent Program is Rendered By Ladles Missionary Society at Washington Street Presbyterian Church 3n placeof the regular service at the Washington street Presbyterian church Sunday evening December 3rd the Ladies Missionary Society heled an open meeting which proved most profitable and entertaining An seeralrP The delegates report from the recent synodical meeting at Harrods burg was given and contained much encouragement to the workers Th- burdenof e themessagewas a simple plea rot c4 otieri among chuucl members in thebJ r t ff w t J r THE WINCHESTER NEWS B C gospel among the unfortunate bot at home and abroad Miss Alice Ramsey discussed deplorable condition of the 50000 grcatImen and boys need and are asking for teachers and preachers Miss Ruth Beall recounted her recent ex pe iences in Jerusalem in a care fully prepared paper Her vivid de scriptions of the places familiar our o Saviour and the paths so often trod by his feet touched and field fast the attention of the audience Mrs Poynter aide a strong appeal for assistance in supporting and neighdKentucky mountains comes the edonian cry Come over and mlieJI usas it does from every quat the globe The special music pre delightfulandtaken for Home jyid Foreign work All in all this meeting wos ore of the most successful open sessions the Ladies Missionary Society has ever held INTERESTING LETTER FROM RfNICK ROBS Spent Thanksgiving at Weymouth England and Will Later Visit France and Other Countries The following interesting letter has been received front Mr Renick Robb of this city who is a member of the Hospital Corps on board the United States battleship Delaware U S S Delaware Weymouth England Nov 2J 1910 Dear Friend We arrived here almost a week ago and I must say we had a bvoyages Quite a number were just a bit sickof the sea as it is expressed aboardship or as others would probably say sea sic Upon our arrival here we were met and escorted into the English channel by a number of the ships of the English fleet There are about ship here English and some very large ores but aiiumber of the officers and men from the English dreadnoughts have visited us and there is little fault to find with Americas latest type battleship The flagship Connecticut Mich igan and North Dakota are also here There were sixteen ships to make the trip across but the others are visiting France We have had a delightful visit here and I must say the people have certainly been unus ually courteous to the American Bluejackets Weymouth is a town of about 20 000 population It is a great seaport town and summer resort And I have enjoyed every moment spent here- I shall leave Sunray for a four days trip to London A number of our boys are there now all having been given the opportunity to gn there We sail from here to France on December 8 Spend several weeks there giving four lays leave to all i norder that we may visit Paris Will spend the remainder of the winter in Cuba and return tothc States sometime in May Today has been a busy one aboard shipTC have been entertaining a few of the English sailors Certainly lad a fine dinner anti all the lads seemed to be delighted with our dreadnought Am sending you one of the menu cards Trusting you are enjoying the best of health with kindest regards I am Very respectfitlly RENICK ROBB II A1st class U S N London England No 4 Trajalgar Square U S Dispatch Agent U S S Delaware DEATHS AND FUNERALS Mr Ben Goff Prewitt Mr Ben Goff Prewitt aged about 45 died at Lexington at 930 Mon day night Mr Prewitt was about 45 years of age He wasa Son of Mrs M A IJrewitt of this city wto survivesOne Mrs Henry B Nelson of Muskogee Oklahoma also survives The funeral will be held at the residence of his mother Mrs M A Prewitt on S Main street on Wed nesday morning at 10 oclock by Rev Wm Gumming and the burial will take place attire Winchester ceme tery Following will be the pallbearers Jas S Winn John E Garner M S BrtSyoipgon w A woman iaretime rosani- he fo gu Isti tot li1 VINDICATION AT THE PULLS Will Be Sought By James Howard Who Was Convicted in Connection With Goebel Assassination LEXINGTON Ky DecGAnoth- cr man who was convicted in con nection with the assasination of Sen ator William Goebel will seek vindi cation at the polls This is James Howard Republican who has an nounced his candidacy for State Senator on the Republican ticket in the Seventeenth Kentucky Senatorial Caleb Powers who was elected to Congress from the Eleventh District at the recent election Howard was pardoned for his alleged con nection with the assasination of Goe bel Henry E Yout ey who is the only man in the penitentiary serving a life sentence for complicity in the Goebel murder swore he aimed the lattcljfircd GQVI WILLSON TO BE SLIGHTED At Public Reception Which Will Prob ably Be Given in Honor of Commissioner rt C Rankin FRANKFORT Ky Dec While the entertainment of the Governors attending the conference here was a success it was not accomplish ed without a good deal of soreness because of the scarcity of invitations to the various receptions Colonel E H Taylor Jr was the only enter tainer who played no favorites All looked alike to him The Republicans at the capital are so miffed many of them because they did not get invitations to attend the reception at the mansion that they are talking about getting up a public reception in honor of Commis sioner of Agriculture M C Rankin and Secretary of State Ben L Brun cr and not inviting Governor Willson Only two heads of departments at the capital attended the Governors reception and several stayed at homo after they were invited because song of their colleagues were snubbed All claim that the reception to the Governors should have been a State affairNONCOMINISSIONED IOFF1gERS CRUELTY To Recruits is Ore ofthe Features of the German Arny LifeGross Cas es Cited BERLIN Dec GCruclty to recruits by noncommissioned officers is one of the features of German ar my life which induces many lads of time Fatherland to evade their mili tary service Gross cases of this kin 1nre continually coning up be fore Courtmartials and one of liiL worst has just been heard at Glogan where Sergeant Stanislaus Livitzki of the One Hundred and Fiftyfourth Infantry was sentenced to six weeks imprisonment for 202 nets of cruelty on the soldiers under his charge It appears that Livitzki was in the habit of beating young soldiers with the butt end of his rifle punching them in the breast with his fists and belaboring them with the flat of his sword rtn the knee caps and other parts of the body He also boxed their cars pulled their hair and occa ionally dragged them over the floor with their heads downward Livitzkis excuse was that the men were inferior in quality and needed stiff treatment in order to become efficient soldiers HORNES STOCK COMPANY OPENED TO LARGE CROWDS Homes Stock Company opened their weeks engagement Monday night at the opera house in the West ern comedy drama ft story of the plains Under Arizona Skies which proved to be one 6 fthe best Western plays even presented in this city jErafik MTReadiek in the role of Steve 31 h Il the foreman of Arrow Rarely didmtexcellentpiece of yrk as the r uncouth and bighearted Westerner Mellj7 Freeman as the ranchwoman caused many hearty laughs Blanche Epley and Gertrude Hamilton pleas ed immensely Whitney Collins and John Fairfax as the two comtsuncle ers were typical as the sons of tIre range Howard C Robinson as tune Indian and1r Emmeriek mIll Thompson did well All in all the 4IIorne Company is an attraction of the first water and away from the common shoot cm up repertoire Con puny Tuesday evening the company will be seen in A Mothers Mistake society comedy drama in which Clara Morris starred for several seasons A new version of East Lynne is announced for the special womans matinee on Wednesday on which oc casion all seats will be 10 cents Wed nesday night the company will pre sent Frank M Readicks beautiful pastoral of rural life The Shores of Sin a play that grips the heart and brings one back to nature with characters found around the village emporium stove including the village gossip the champion checker player and the grocery keeper and village choir The piece will bcgiven a complete scenic production OFFiCERS FOR EASTERN STAR Are Elected at Regular Meeting of Winchester Chapter No 153 Held at Fraternity Building At the regularmeeting of Winchester Chapter No 153 Order of Eastern Star Friday night at the Fraternity building oflh ers for the ensuing year were elected as follows Mrs J Smith Hayes W M Mrs Lucien Beckner A M Mr James N Hisle W R Mrs Woodson Moss Con Mrs Henry Hall A Con Mrs C H Bowen Secretary Miss Beulah Thompson Treasurer Mrs Lizzie Dudley Warden Mr M D Royse Sen Mrs J H Boone Marshall Mrs Julia Bowen A Mrs M D Roysc K Mrs J E Grubbs E Mrs Ed Cantlcr M Miss Cornelia Page E THROWN FROM HIS mm Mr George M Hart Deputy Sheriff While Out Summoning Witnesses Narrowly Escapes Injury Mr George M Hart deputy sher itt while out suminoniiig witnesses for the Circuit court Monday night barely escaped serious injury lIe was driving near the farm of Charles Oliver coming from Allansville when his horse allied and ran up a steep bank turning the buggy over Mr Hart was thrown out and considerably jarred After a short while he was able to repair his buggy and har ness up and came on to town DL ALLEN IS MUCH BITTER Contracted the Disease While At tcndinn Patients But is Now Thought to Be Out of Danger Dr Richard Allen who has been dangerously illof typhoid fever was reported Tuesday morning to be much improved and it is thought he is now outof danger Dr Allen con tracted the disease by attending sev era patients heiir his hone in the county r As soon as it was discovered that Dr Allen hiadftlie fever lip was brought to thehome of Mr Phil Par rish in this city where he has been under treatment LICENSE ISSUED Mr JA Boone County Clerk is sued marriage license Monday afternoon toiMr J IT Aldridge and Miss Ida Wells of this county Red Star c nlisfhe best on the market sold by Rose Rboncu 2jff ARRANGEMENTSFORBANQUET And Reception Will Be Made aj Meeting of Winchester Lodge No 20 F A Winchester lodge No 20 F A M will meet in their rooms in the Fraternity buildjng Tuesday nigh t for the purpose of arranging for lie ban quet and reception to be held next Tuesday and Tuesday night On the afternoon of next Tuesday special degree work till be put on and at night a banquet will be given Vis itors from the surrounding towns will attend OEVARY TRIAl IS POSTPONED List is Given of Cases Which Will Be Tried During September Term of Circuit Court j The Devary trial which was set for trial Tuesday in the Clark Circuit Court was postponed until next Wednesday by Judge J M Benton on account of the absence of some of the witnesses Two cases for gambling were tried Tuesday moniing Following is the docket for the term Third Day Anderson Clay vs J W Shan nonH C Hart vs C 0 R R Co C 0 R R Co vs HC Hart American Standard Jewelry Co vs T D Bcrryman City of Winchester vs American Tobacco Compan- yhuntBridgeford Co vs Washington Miller City Winchester vs Clark County Construction Company John G White vs S W Willis Ex ecutorsR Burk vs 0 K Railway Co- N Lehman Bros vs L N R R ColtIIT J Carle vs Thomas A Jones George C Webb vs Thomas R JonesCity of Winchester vs Winches ter Water Works Co No1 City of Winchester vs Winches ter Water Works Co No2 R C Prewitt vs City of Win chester J G Hays vs Kate Elliott etc W H Miller vs F B Feltner Clark County National Bank vs T E Barnes Louise Oliver vs A Howard Hamp ton etc- Embry Co vs Mrs C E Smith etcJas A Evcritt vs American So ciety of Equity Sterlinir Glove CoYfi A Feld Lucy Y Stuart vs JT Cham bersG W Allen vs James Dawson Winchester Bank vs Chas Swift etcWinchester Bank vs S L Swift etc Winchester Bank vs Winchestei Overall Co etc M B French vs Winchester Over all Co etc Obe Howard vs Luke Niblack eU Clark County National Bank vs Grant McEwan etc Harry Bros vs City of Winchester W C Biser vs W M Anderson- B F French vs E C Ramsey Floyd Horton vs Doc Pigg etc Bellman Cohen Co vs Feld Winchester Bldg Saving Asso ciation vs W Z Eubank G D McCullum vs City of Win Grey SoR R Perry Fourth DaytW Z Eubank vs Lewis Hampton vs R L Suther landS Baron Son vs A Feld J W Porter vs James Reffett etc E F Farney vs Vernon Wade Otic Conkwright vs L E R R Co L T Flynn and wife vs City of Winchester N B Barrow sJ T Quisenberry F M Sackett vs Burt Brabb Lumber Co- Hampton Foreman vs Leora Hurtt C B Wilcox vs J A Rose J1Y Porter vs N T Benton J S Ritteuhouse vs H H Swan go Fifth Day W S Tyler vs D S Gay Lauren Haggaril vs Charles Fork j 0 i ncrR P Scobee vs RT G Bush DayJoeHodgkin W L Brown vs H C Thompson DayClark Com pany vs Jennie Bush Clark County Construction Com pany vsAl Kohlhass etc C C Cheiiault vs Amanda Anderson etc Eighth Day D S Gay vs W Bush Nelson No1Co DS Gay vs W Bush Nelson No 2 D S Gay vs N Ford Brent No 2 D S Gay vs N Ford Brent No3 D S Gay vs R B Hutchcraft No Martha Crump vs Cheriault etc DayE G White Nannie West vs Louise Oliver etc DayOhas N R R CoF H Van Hoose vs L N R R Co Equity Apnearance J YoPace vs Grant Hill etc Fannie B Martin vs Robert Mar tinCity of Winchester vs E T Lewis etc S B Rcdmon vs Mary S Phil lips fJ W Hudson vs B B Hudsons heirsThomas Wallor vs Clarence Rich ardson AshleyMinson Thomas L Phillips vs T G Stu artGco Cooper vs Mary Cooper Daisy Hall vs George Hall A A Clrfy vs D A Hughes Lexington Banking Trust Co vs Floyd Day Polly A Locknane vs Cecelia White et at J W Johnson vs Cora Wilson etc Julia Taylor vs Dan Taylor Allan G Pruitt etc vs Nannie S Gay etc Lee Mason vs Lena Clay Mason Mrs S F Ballard vs Nannie L Nolcini etc Mollie Dunn vs Henry Dunn Mary E Boone etc vs William Robinson etc Mary Emma Scott vs Strother Scott Ordinary Appearance- The National Bank of Poteau IT 1JS Eastern Kentucky Telegraph and Telephone CompanyB Coyle vs L N R R Co C W Adams vs J1 Thompson etc E G Rankin vs T G Stuart Murphy Grocery Co vs St Paul Fire Marine Co Bankof Russell Springs vs Be- T Head etc Nancy Stevenson vs YoW Stev enson C W Vermillion SoE Tennessee Telephone Company Chas J Scott vs C 0 R R Company GIVES UP SfARCH FOR HiS DAHTER Reaches San Francisco After Long Walk Only to Find That Mrs Fleischkamp Had Gone MOBILE Ala Dec Guycs I have given up the quest Iam 98 yoars of age and can walk no loner Stich was the statement of Frank Schrom who lacks two years of being a century in age shortly after readied Mobile Sunda fronl New Orleans after a brief stay in Biloxi After working from New Orleans to San Francisco and back in quest of his two daughters the aged man oakarrivedin Mobile to enter a Cath olic Home for indigent and old people in this city His daughters are Frances Schrom a spinster of about 52 and Mrs Josephine Fleischkamp 301 Baltimore street San Francisco As it took time old man four months to walk the distance and his daugh ters received no word from him during that time it appears that they had decided he had died so when arrived at San Francisco he 11eI that Mr Fleischkamp had sold out his business i plumbing establish ment and taking his wife and sis terinlaV had left for other scenes Some neighbors reported that they had gong to Southern California to buy oran ez rove others said they did nQ1tq Pittsburg 0ifJ r f IWEATHER t lWednesday Fair 1 ESTABLISH lINCOlN WAY Four Governors Are in Favor of Project to Honor the Name of Ab raham Lincoln rRAT GIiF0I1T Ex tending fro mUie Pacific to the At lantic Ocean it is proposed to construct a Lincoln Way to honor the name of Abraham Lincoln Kentuckys greatest product in national ilfcv Four Governors are intensely inter ested in this proposition They ate Governors Willson of Kentucky Marshall of Indiana Deneen of Il linois mill Hadley of Missouri During a few moments in the lull handshaking and receptions while the Governors were in this city Gov Ydiscussedmending to their incoming Legislatures the change of names of highways in their States to time Lincoln Way The route taken by Lincoln when his parents left this State for Indiana and later Illinois will be1 the routes recommended by Cover nors Marshall and DeneeniLegislaturcfrom Louisville to Hodgcnville and thence to the Lincoln Farm was changed to the Lincoln layMIt is proposed by Governors De neen Marshall and HiTdiey fo make this road a part of thenational LiiiV coin Way that will reach from coast to coast During the discussion GOr error Marshall said that as a child he sat on Lincolns knee and heard Stephen A Douglas speak during time LincolnDouglas debates kind was on the platform when Lincoln an swered him It is proposed toin terest the National Government in the national Lincoln Way DRINK IS CAUSE OF PREDICAMENT According to Confession of Dr Mich ael J Keating Who is Dying in a Public Ward in Los Angeles LOS ANGELES Gal Dec GDyi- ng a public ward at one time one of the most prominent physicians and surgeons of the world Dr Michael J Keating is now at the County Hos pital Dr Keating who is 77 years old is a native of Ireland and grad uated fro mthe Royal College of Stir geons in 18G8 He went to London in 18G9 and wias granted a professors degree at the King and Queens College of physicians In that year For two years he was superintendent of the Rotunda Hospital in hennarwhich is the second largest hospital building in the world In 1872 he came to time Gnitqu States where lie obtained a positing as examining physician with the Uhft t ed States Marine Corps and also fill ed responsible positions at Annapolis and for the Immigration Bureau The doctor admits that his downfall is due to drink and says that he broke his fathers heart through his imil diligence in intoxicants Dr Keating is very yell connected his ljrotherinIav fceing George Routledge the largest book publisher in the world Another brotherinlaw is Henry J Gill who twice has been a member of Parliament for Dublin LOT SOLD N R Ratliff and Vic Bloomfield managers of the Blue Grass Realty Company Tuesday sold a lot in the Companys Addition to Mt Sterling parties for 325- Unlike In Real Life I was so sorry we had to move away from that cozy little flat said the comely young matron on the floor right below us wasayoung man who played the cornet every evening and the music he made was the most delightful I ever heard ITOO LATE TO CLASSIFY IWANTEDAt once a live hustling to News route Apply Clark Tanner News officerr12G3t LOSTAn oldstyle Amethyst ring 5 reward forneKnrtnao II EFitch 1265th r r r i l l Fade Two k q I uaiet r tirt7ua kir hf c 1 j ITTilE MSB NEWS w i AtIndMltdent New papa Published by The Winchester NevVs Co Incorporated nee 808111 South Main Street eatuckyc Dally Except Sunday Entered as secondolpss matter November 28 1908 at the postoffice in Winchester Kentucky under the Act of March 31879p litli SI SUBSCRIPTION RATES By M Daily one year 300 siX Months 150 Ch Janbli u 25 Ts nyflble jn Advance k ADVERTISING DisplayPer AJEIOne time any edition Three times within one week 50 One week continuously 100 due mo 300 Four weeks 4 times a week 210 Fourweeks three time sa week 180 Fur weeks two times a week 120 Four weeks one time a week 75 Reading NoticePer Line Business notices body tyPe 7cPuro reading news heading 15c Three continuous insertions of same item at double the onetime rate Classified Per Word One insertion any edition lc Three insertions continuously 2c Each three additional insertions One calendar mo continuously 10c Nothing counted less than 10 words No item charged on books for less than 25 cents iiu PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE 1tl Wr Jw W CTNTRAU OFFICE a x klwo C tcACo n CHZG IN ALL fMF PRINCIPAL CITIE i TUESDAY DECEMBER 6 1910 MRS EDDY When history is written in the centuries to come the name of Mary Baker Eddy trill occupy a prominent place No woman since Joan of Arc has developed such a wonderful per sonality not excepting Queen Elizabeth In Joan of Arc and Mrs Eddy there js muqh of similarity Both had a vine mission but there was a differ duct in their way of carrying it out Joans was that of war to accomplish good JMrs Eddys that of spiritual consecration to accomplish the same end Joan of Arc lived nearly six hundred years ago She was a peas ant girl without education She way modest anti refined in her deport ment She lived at a time when France was almost under the control of England She had visions and heard voices calling her to the defense of her country Orleans was held by the English troops She gol t a hearing with the weak King and was placed at the head of the army Her ability asa general is a mat ter of history It was an age of sup yrstition that with the jealousy ol Ifrcnch officers caused her downfall She was accused as a heretic and sorcerer condemned by the inquisition and burned alive At Rouen May 30 1431 when she was 20 years ofage according to all historical accounts the life of Joan was ab solutely pure At one time a council of doctors nvas called to pass on her sanity At another tune a council of old women decided that her moral character was good Mrs Idyvas the founder of Christian Science and but for one advancedjcivilization she would have met a similar fate to that of Joan of Arc Just as the socalled Christians of six hundred years ago were the enemies of Joan the socalled Chris r trans qf the present day were the en el1eof Mrs Eddy We read in a church paper not long since Christian Science is the culmination of lunacy This editor if given the power would have locked Mrs EddjT in an asylum It is estimated inthflP2about M yarsago This Is rcmark = 4 WINCHESTER LUMBER MANUFACTURING INCORPORATED Westminster Chimes iJ HJ LJriII TUBULAR BELL CHIME The Herschede Hall Clock as a timepiece a tubular chime and an article of furniture for home office or institution appeals alike to utility refinement and musical taste The perfect movement insures correctness of time the solidoak or mahogany case with classic lines conforms to good taste and the melo dious tubular chimes sounding the hours and quarters after the peals of Whittington or Westminster serve as a pleasing reminder of the passing hour The fifty styles give ample choice in design size and price allshowing the moons phases in the dial arch We are sales agents for The Herschede Hall Clock Co of this city and willsend illustratedcat alog on request Gifts by Mail You can purchase gifts of Diamonds Sterling Silver Sheffield Plate Gold and Silver Jewelry Mantel Clocks Etc through our Correspondence Department at moderate prices Correspondence solicited Silversmiths Jewelers Goldsmiths The Frank Herschede Co kHerschede Building Fourth Street Cincinnati Ohio 75 to I able There is not a city of any consequence in the United States vithout a Christian Science organi zation There arc also many organ izations in other countries All will admit who know the personnel of the membership that it compares favor ably with any other Christian organization The most remarkable woman of this age or possibly of any age has gone to her reward but the workof which she was the founder will goon and on the are not a Christian Scientist Our mind runs more to materialism which is just the opposite of Christian Science We want to do justice to all In doing this we can in all hon esty say that Mrs Eddy was a great and good woman It cost the Democratic State Com mittee in Now York 328870 tq elect its ticket There must be a very superior quality of State officials to cost so much money Seattle Washington is infested with rats The authorities arc paying ten cents per head for dead rats and the boys are having the time of their lives and making lots of money A man loaded up with booze i about as dangerous as the gun that is not loaded The old sa ingIWater is free does not apply to those of us that live in the cities When a man is alone itpis not by any means certain that he is in good company Do you know anyone that ever read all ofa Presidents message We think that the jury in the Wendling case dui right The proof against him was strong but it was not entirely conclusive We miss Uncle Charlie Woodford For many years when deep snows came he would drive over the side walks with a Vshaped sled displacing the snow He was a colored man but we never had a better citizen Administrators Notice All persons haying claims of any kind against the estate of Mrs Al ice M Gilkey deceased are hereby orbeforeAll claims must be fully proven as required byelaw W H GARNER Tues Adm3r C T A We lint dle all kinds of coal at- easomtle prices Come o see its before buyingAltojse 5 Bdonc e t5lf VVE LOAD EIGHT UP the minute we receive an order for lumber We carry such a big stock that we can meet any requirement at a moments notice Order youp next lumber here and you will have no delay on the job That counts a lot when the expense of idle mechanics is cbnfeiilpled J v East 750 We have the very best feed on the market Come to h co us before buy ing 125- LCiJBUOAUCTION We will sell as a whole with guaranteed invoice Groceries Fixtures ctci oil Wednesday December tat 2 p n1 at our place of business on North Main St EGTOM BROS WINCHESTER OPERA HOUSE TONIGHT Homes Stock Co Will present The Beautiful Society Drama A Mothers Mistake conqueredTheentour Prices lOc ZOc 30c Seats on sale at Strodes Drug Store Special Ladies Matinee Wednesday 2 130 p in The New Version of The Favorite East Lynne Matinee Prices roc to all Go to Roy Boone an1 get a Fall If the Red Star coal fthe h e t In town i 12 fitf SALOON LICENSE IS TRANSFERRED The saloon license of Mr Oeorge Ontson was ordered to be transferred to Matt Thomas in the county court Tuesday morning Go to Roy se Boone and get a load of the Red Star coal the best in town 12 5tf We have the Tcry best feed on maikejt Come to see us before tlIpl lug v V 12otf r 1 1 ItcY J I 101YS XMas LOW COMPlfXION A EYESIAfEae beauty creams o improve your complexion if your stomach is out of order Belching of gas and heartburn m Wi fsod in the stomach Bad food means bad blood and bail blood means a bail complexion Try MtONA stomachs tablets for storadclr misery biliousness dizziness and indigestion They relieve in a few mhiutes th make rich red PhilIlipRead wlia l a Iansas woman says I had been doctoring a year stomach trouble and found not forI that did as much good as only have the second box raid they have relieved all pain in my stomach For stomach trouble or indigestion MIOXA cantr be beaten MIONA has done a w rhl of good for me when doctors fniledMrs Cordelia 3 Mann 207 jlth St Junction City Kans MIONA stomach tablets are sold by Phillips and druggists everywhere for 50 cents a large box Test sam ples free from Booths Miona Buf falo N UNCLAIMED LETTERS Abner Miss Jane Bacon James Barns Miss Dollie Barnett Bennie Bibley Miss Annie I CahJe g1 jon fipok Reed u mM Franklin George 2 Ilcilyes K Kane Eddie Kane MissLucrlle- Middleton H W Mo rein nd Miss Ethel McGee Miss Katie Oldem Mrs no C Raines Y- oHichanlson J Richard Simmons Mrs L12 Stokely Miss Ida May Stanfield Mrs Susie Yeary Mrs Cliff P JOIIIT G WHITE Postmaster PUBLIC SALE OF Land Stock and Crop Wednesday Dec 31st at 10 oclock a m at my place two Hud onelmlf miles west of Win chester Ky on Van Meter pike at Kinross Station on L S E I mil offer to the highest bidder at public auction my farm of 854 acres lids place lies in one of the most deSir- able parts of Clrirk county close to tmvn railroad station in 400 yards of house nicely watered by running stream neverfailing houseblocated upon an elevation land lies welland in one of the best produc ing parts of the county At the same time I wills ll G2headof sheep tile to lamb March 1st one Bourbon Chief mare coning three years old hnndomCf has been ridden and driven some One bay family horse gen tlc for lndy fodrhie Xnrragnusett Inidimcultivators hjiy nukes Birdsell 31 inch wagon combination betlanfl frame tcdder cutting harrow smoothing harrow disk roller one HoroMor and one Kentucky wheat drill two mowers buggic about 180 shocks of corn in field some fodder forks hoes and other thing too num erous to TERMSMade known on day of saw v JOHN Mb HEEL ERR R No 4 Winchester Ky 4Go Boone and get n laudof ihejgedStarcoal the licst in tfIf ASQIlARED tlE L Is assured you when you buy Dr Pierces family medicines fot1 all the into them are printed on the bottle t wra andPPcorrect You know just what are ingredibntsare from Natures laboratory beingselected from the most valu inaour American forests and while potent to cure are perfectly harm lessrcven to the most delicate women and children Not a drop of alcohol enters into thefa composition R much better agent is rued both for extracting and preserving the medici nal principles in them viz pure triple refined glycerine This agenik possesses in= trinsic medicinal properties of its own being a most valuable antiseptic and antifersient nuiritiye and soothing demulcent Glycerine an important part in Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery in the cure of indigestion dyspepsia and weak stomach attended by spur risin heartburn foul v breath coated tongue poor appetite gnawing feeling in stomach biliousness and kindred d the stomach liver and owels s Discoverycurinois a nasalspecificor of the stomach bowels or stages theyield r passages covery necessary constitutional treatment to cleanse the Passages fre t or times a day with Dr Sages Catarrh Remedy This thorough course oftreatment generally cures even the worst cases o fn coughs and hoarseness caused by bronchial throat and lung affections excek t consumption the Golden Medical Discovery is a most efficient remedy especially In v those obstinate hangoncoughs caused by irritation and congestion of the bronchial mucous membranes The- sudden Discovery is not so good for acute coughs arising from colds nor must it be expected to cure consumption iri its advanced stagesno medicine will do thatbut for all the obstinate which if neglected or badly treated lead up to consumption it ist1l best medicine that can be taken To find out more about the above mentioned diseases and allabout the body in health and dis l Adviserthe Pco les Schoolmaster in Medicine revised and treatupmeet thereof Clothbound sent postpaid on receipt cf 31 cents in one cent stamps to pay cost o mailing only Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y YOUNG MEN WANTED Government Pays Railway Mail Clerks 800 toI400 a YearFree Scholarships Are Offered Uncle Sam holds examinations for railway mail clerks postofllce clerk or carrier custom house and depart mental clerks Prepare at once for the coming examinations Thousands of appointments are to be made Common school education is all you need city and country people have equal chance Start to prepare nowfree information Free imI Q WE CAN IMAGINE YOUR SATISFACTION when you see the shirts collars un derwear etc you sent here to bo laundered You should hardly be 1 liege them to be the same garments so much cleaner ate they so par fcctly Hone up You wont be the v firstto wonder why ym hind not sent lus your laundry work before WIt t day shall we send for your things t Winchester Laundry Co Mead The New s t I 1rMgrslf i Me Central Kentucky Tobacco Warehouse CorIncorporated i Both Phones 964 l Opp State University S Upper to Lime Lexington Ky The Leading Warehouse Irv Lexington Having sold over 2000000 pounds since opening of season October 25 1910 t Oilers superior inducements to farmers of Central Kentucky to sell their tobacco in the largest Jjest lightedand best equ11pcd1qos leaf tobacco wars house in the world 50p000 square feetfioor space i 500000 pounds capacity of loose leaf tobacco per da3 f f Rcdtying plant of 75 000 pounds per day Pri- vatet track free to all railroads capacity 15 cars loadedor unloaded under shelter t t Shelter for one hundred and fifty wagons stable room fcr 300 bosses jOpen day and night M 41 5 IJ We have sold an interest to Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Com pany who are represented by Mr B F Buckley of Bourbon County one 1 1- of the most xperienced tobacco warehousemen in the staten Strici personal attention paid to the receiving grading assorting and selling of each individual crop whether loose or in hogsheads If necessary we can devote one floor to loose leaf arid one to hogs head tobacco throughout the season k Gall and see us and be fully convinced where to sell rour tobacco either loose leaf or in bogs eAcJ r l i 1v i TUt leijtral Kentucky TobiccQ Warehouse CoIIncorporated Lexington Kentucky l itq eNal iw r ri kq b4 i rrsAgt Jt t 4Ir Ja 4G nFW mfi N rilttir4 VL uuJU a r i n r f 4if VL jTHE WINCHESTERNEIHS Pane Three Mr wwI Yyy I V r e HaveM I Just received a nevi and cpmIplete line of English Leather Goods of II consisting hard Cases iasty Note end Memorandum Books Portfolio Traveling Sets Papier Poiidra iiBook whale tic line is 1 ft JI- and Ky fiQAGEl OUR UJ 1A Birthday Parfy Little Miss Ruth enter iingil Saturday afternoon in honor of liar eighth birthday Tub little hostess was assisted in ciiterraining her guests by her moth er and sisters Her little friends M brought many pretty remembrances of the day Tlic color scheme pink and while vascarricd out in the individual cak es and brick cream Fruits and mints were also served Tie table was beautifully decorat ed with wliite chrysanthemums and pink candles The hinge birthday cake was decorated in pink and white W9 the aringintviduaI candlesticks holding pink candles Tile little guests were plisses Ruth Shepherd Lee Nelson Louise Boone Martha Haggard Eliza abetliKoyse Pauline Jones Martha Bedford Phoebe Day Mildred Hodgkin Eliza Martin Mary Agnes Gr don Gay Nell McPherson Elizabeth vand Nancy Austin Manilla Lyman I The C W B M Meeting The local auxiliary to tIre CW B lJ met in the parlors of the Christian cjiurch afternoon at 2 oclock hour was enjoyed by time member l i Married in Mt Sterling horhoodan Miss Essie of this county were married here Mon Jay by Rev YoF Wyntt Mi Stet ng Gazette Portable Mirrors Sh Brush Broom and Hat Brush Cases Tie Cases Glove Cases Come unbroken C aHBEN IIJeweler 0IlticianM Winchester DONtT PRESENTyT0Y0 ii SOCIETYI Singleton Nancy Dayamid Monday servicesi knownyoungIlornback 1avlng Kandkecchietand it fIFinish of School Term Time school at time Locknauc school house which was abandoned by Mrs Burton will be finished by Prof Robert Berryiuau rvr A Double Weddinq Elder M P Lowry officiated at a double weddiulr at his home Satur day Time Chg parties were Thomas Sehoolcr aud Miss Gillie Brown Walter Brown and Miss Cora Aldridge Tie bride in the first couple and the groom in the second were brolhcr ind s steer being chil dren of George TJrown who lives on Lower Four Mile- WillMove ta Lexiigton Henry U Ramsey and family will move to Lexington this week where he will have a prominent position with he Standard Oil Company with which he has been connected for a number of years A Dinner Party Misses Ella and Ida Delaney gave a charming dinner party Friday evening at their elegant country rome in honor of Mr and Mrs Atha Delaney of Oklalfbma The affair was very de lightful anil one of many wjiich have made the Delaney home noted for its hospitality Mr W P Smith has resigned his position with YoJ QBurk and ac cepted a similar one at Shannon Miss Carrie Lee Hathaway of Lex ington spent several days this week here the guest of friends Mr John M Woods is recovering from a sudden and serious attackof stomach trouble UU BLACK CAftES Dont disapoint the family by not having one of our own famous Black Cakes for the CHRISTMAS DINNER We have all the materials you will need Seed Raisins Currantsi Citron Lemon and Orange Peel Layer Figs Dates rShelled Pecans Shelled English Walnuts Valencia and Jordan AJrnqjiM Genuine New Orleans Molasses EnjoyJ MacNeij Weathers 1Both Phones 4O t x V r =c 0 c r or tr v ijIt 41 1J I IliB ROSSi i The careful shopper who desires unusual values 5 at reasonable prices should inspect our assortment of SAMPLE SUITS which we are offering at j GREATLY REDUCED PRICES1 t a Also see our line of handsome coats and theU i beautifulsilk and linen Hi t TAILORED SHIRT WAISTS Iiff we havein stock If roll are looking for va siiiltable Christinas present for your wife or sweetheart see y our Xis1la3of Brassware y We have umbrella stands jardcniers in alJl sizes anUmany other beautiful and useful articles There is no more acceptable gift than a handsome V ALLIGATOR POCKETBOOiK i r t tiWe Give S H Green Trading Stamps u I i t Clifton B Rosst t p 1 a t IEI1fIf L1jr i t r 4 Miss Sylvia Day of Mt Sterling was the guest of Miss Gertrude Wilson this wee- kIrn G Garrett attended the meeting of the officials of the Henry Clay Mre Insurance Company at Lexington Friday Mrs llattie Thomson of Nortli MiddletoVn4has returned home after a visit to Mrs Dr Hedges and Mrs Mildred Robbins Robert narkwhb has been at Elkins YoYa for some time has returnedandluis accepted position with Allan Murphy Mrs Chester Tanner of Oklahoma City Oklahoma is visiting here 3Ur rna Mrs Jas llackett of Richland Va arc guests of relatives here Mrs S D Goff is the guest of Mrs Alexander McLennan of Louis villeMr Lewis Rupavtt and Miss Emma Guy of Winchester were the pleas ant guests of Miss Estella Adams Saturday ami luqqyIJereJl CitiI zen Mr and Mrs Charles IT Duty of Winchester formerly of Mt Sterling took Thanksgiving dinner with Mr and Mrs P V Thomas at their home in Omaha Nebraska Mr and Mrs Thomas were natives of this city Mrs Thomas having been Miss Kitty II 1IazehiggMrs M E Cassidy tins city who has been sick at ofI TIl1cdaughter Mrs M G Buckner and son Allen of Owensboro have rc turned home after spending several weeks with her mother Mt Sterliii g Gazette Miss Mae Osbornc was bridesmaid at the TnrpinCurtis marriage in Es till county last week Mrs George 13 Nelson and Miss Clyde Perry will go to Lexington Tuesday evening to visit their grand mother Mrs Mary C Shiddell and all end Time Girlof My Dreams at hcj opera house A Great Assortment OfS ritms Goods We have made unusual preparations for our Holiday Trade The largest and most complete stock fIToys in Central Kentucky can be SCe1l1n our store x i AH Oh 1 1st mas Good s i displayed this week ln rt Mechanical I Toys Games of all sortsB1cyc1esCameras Skates SteropticoDS lirrorscopes and hundreds of other articles Dont fail to Jvisit our store when in Lexington t t C i fC IIQYlay COj Successor to T B Dewhurst 146 W Main Street iLexiiigtpii5Itj r L VEA1HER MAN PlAYS PRANK Deposits Five Indies of Snow During Night and Prospects Arc IMonday g This is something awfulwus wlliat every one said when they got iplTtiesday morning and peeped out of their windows to see what the heather man had done during file night But there was nothing to do but get the shovel and lift about five inches of snow which had fallen dur ing the night in order to leave the homes for work Early Monday evening it began raining and sleeting and the prospects were good for a hoavy sleet be fore Tuesday morning The conditions changed about 11 oclock Mon Public Sale Haxinjg burned qut Jhep sold out and having to get outs wewillbp Friday December 9Jb at 10 a m on the old Domigan farm on the Donaldson pike about 11 miles North of Winchester and 9 miles West of Mt olowingd6 good Milch Cows all giving milk and will be fresh in the spring i Fresh Cow 3yearold Saddle Horse 4 coming 2 yearold Horse Colts 4 Weanling Calves DeeringRaKe11CliattanOOga DiggerShoyel3 dozen WhiteLeghO rn Chickens About 10 dozen other Chickens Many other Ius mentionTerms Watt MNannie S Gay WM Ali t 123lt JLGAY Clerk gtourtown 125tf 1rt YSalcoholic stimulant for children He will our oy probably Very very rarely Ask hf often he prescribes atonicforthemN- ostimulation No alcoholhabil A3Ic JcWiJl prod bey answer Ie Very very fre your doctor about Ayers Sarsaparilla quently A ers Sarsaparilla is I strong as a tonic foffttf young i cMolr tonic entirely free from alcohol day iiijrht however and snow began falling which continued until early Tuesday morning About five inches of snow fell but in places it drifted ty knoe deep mak ing it very Ufticult to wakfilal almost v ble for teams to go at all ijvj weather man Tuesday die not give much encouragement for better weather but instead says it will get CCllcr to sec to it Tuesday night that the water is shut off nntHic will be saved lot of trouble and expense See Royse iCBoonc before buying your feed We handle tho best ii town l2j tf Red Star coal is the best on the market sold by Royse Boone rtv 125tf HAVE YOUR PIQTURE TAKEN at Earps studio for Xmas presents 1 93wkseod- SHOR1 AND Standard Plionograpliy the short est legible shorthand Caught by a course of individual essonsthe best method of teaching known J G Lary 234 S highland street Homo phonc737iv 5za pr m 7 7 Hog KiltinlIiime i It has lieeii well said thatl1allol the GOODNESS IN SAUSAGE was in the seasoning If you will USE OUP DtJfeJu1t S regS1ftlr t Rubbed Sage Cayenne Pepper i angrounds i f lABAR BLACK PEPPER There will be no question but what you will get all the goodness in your sausage Fresh pure full strength spices for mince meat Try us l tl MlARTiN 9 S DRUG STORE Winchester Kentucky a mAriis s furnburJ 1ltl6r t I Correct Styisj In all the newest weaves are features of our handsome tailored suits YouWilIBeWisetoBuyLadies t where the lure of below cost prices is not held out to you Come here and meet those keen minded buyers who always know where to get the most real value for their money r I f Gr1t Reduction in fcSUITS t We have in stock a complete line of beauty fully tailoredr suits of the best materials and i I WORKMANSHIPu t r ArtistJQ t1 t jV A t tI s I J 1 e c i Page Four f h rr THE WINCHESTER NEWS n H H r See Royse Boone before buying I ybiir feed We handle the best in town 12 tfI No Possible OverSupply Too much fresh air is only Just enough fresh air for any of us Citizens National Bank Paid up Capital 21 00000 Surplus 51000 r WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESSI We will give you courteous treatment and attend promptly ustit Cashier T F Phillips V Pres J W Poynter As st Cashier Gold Stampse Given Awayt We andareevery aticle you will buy at our store dur i our November and December Sale and Iweare offering our stock of Clothing and to sell at reduced prices Now is aa good chance for you to get your Gold BargainsrSelz 300 Shoes nOw250I Selz 500 Shoes now 350r s Crawford 350 Shoes nOv300Ladies and Misses and Childrens Shoes i at cost Ball Band 1st Quality Overshoes and Felt Boots are our leaders We guar r antee all our goods to give you perfect sat givingxa Harris Friedman14 Main Street Winchester Ky MIi avrtyt 1 LOVE OF DOG FUR HIS MASTER Caused Animal to Follow Him to the Poor House and Force Was Nec Iessary to Separate Them BOSTON Mass Dec GThe canine love ofa fourfooted pet for Hiram Thompson 80 years oldof East Brookfield recently came near compelling the town authorities to take the dog to the Poorhouse when Thompson was earned there Only with force and blows was the pet finally prevented from following Thompson The same love returned by the master for the dog last week gauged the old man to give up snug quarters atthe poor farm and return to his isolated and lonely home Thompson and his dog have for years lived in a little house a short distance out of the village The old gentleman now SO has been an nit thority on the village life of the com munity ofn half century ago Four years ago Thompsons wife died in spite of the objections of friends and neighbors the old man persisted in keeping house with only the dog for company Up to a year iigo Mr Thompson got along very well in spite of the loneliness It was not untilsickncss and increas ing poverty began to make harsh roads that the neighbors decided to take action We handle all kinds of coal at reasonable prices Come to see us before buying Royse Boone 125tf V W Bush 6 Company FIRE AND TORNADO INSURANCEWINCHESTER OFFICE MCEIDOWNEY Phone 145 Red Star coal is the best on the market sold by Royse Boone 12ytf i RupardStewart CoKPRACTICAL CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR MEN THE GIFTS THAT ARE THE MOST APPRECIATED BY MEN ARE THEI1 ONES THAT ARE USEFUL AND MOST PRACTICAL f you doubt this asccrtion call to remembrance the expression on the faces of the male tnembers oftUe family when the contents of SANTA CLAUS pack are annually disttibuted Do you recall any enthusiasm over the perfectly impossible articles vhich have been their portion of the tokens of esteem and affections V rf t MAKE YOUR GIFTS FOR THE MEN THE KIND THAT WILL f BE THE MOST APPRECIATED LET JJS ASSIST YOU y A Tuxedo or Evening Dress Suit for the young man that is just entering in society this is something that he will have to have and will give him the most pleasure 3500 to 5000 Lounging Robes AND HOUSE COATS made in two tone effects allwool fabrics LN to 800 Business Brother appreciate wearing to Perrins Gloves Mochas gloves exchange gloves to Make Out Your List And Let Us Assist You With Same We suggest Neckwear Mufflers Cuff Pins Shirts Suit Cases Hand Satchel Traveling Bags Silk Suspenders Canes and many other things too to mention t r MAKE SHOPPING AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE WE WILL MORE TIME TO SATISFY WISHES f Ii RupardStewaLrt CompanyTHE TIMES The Jackson Times is It small week iy paper recently MtablEslipd at Jackson county Ryland C Music is the editor L T Hover male associate We appreciate the ry much The are some clippings from the last issue If law and order s to prevail crime and must cease Chickenhearted juries are as much a curse as the criminal Hereafter we propose to report the proceedings of the Police Court whether you appreciate it or not Bo good if you cant be good be care- fuL Ifa man desires to become law less choosing that course of his own volition why should he squeal likeI a jackass when someone finds out his business A trifling cuss who loiters away his time helping his associate out of trouble deserves well of tIt Devil Its a good thing that cleanliucs is not essential to salvation What a pity some people cant let other peoples business alone A grand scoundrel should not think every one else to be of the same type Some people are very indifferent about doing right even when it is much more convenient WINCHESTER IDEA HUSTLE TUNGSTEN LAMPS The Railway Light 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 f ti 120 60 watt lamp 90 40 watt lamp i ij 70 25 watt lamp 60 and we in order lp introduce mini berofuseful electrical appliances are1 selling them at the lowest possible margin of profit fr a few YIN ELECTRIC SUPPLY daysl t SS IWc have the very best feed on the Come to see us before buying 125tf DRINK RgXIA4IaMore WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution k the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home flour rthe best made Kerr perfection and White Pearl flour has no eauaL GO TO Bro nProctoria PHARMACY For pure Drugs Sundries Toilet Articles and everything found in a firstclass DrugEtore Phone us your wants and we will deliver the goods promptly Both phones 370 A HOSEYProp DB Presides Cashier R 0 VicePresident Asst Cashier Clark County National Bank Established 1865 Accounts of Merchants Farmers and Traders Solicited Made on PoInts Crpital and Surplus 350OO 000 A Suit or Overcoat for or Husband they will some that you have select ed in the way of apparel it will be a constant reminder every time he wears it 1500 3500 and H P In Dress Kids and fur lined and for the street and driving uses We all for the correct siz- e10d 600 Links Scarf Umbrellas numerous YOUR HAVE YOUR I JACKSON Breathitt paperY following lawlessness unworthy Winchester Druggist CHAS Collections Father Iti lc a word for a slOg mserbce- i2c a word for three consecutive Insertions Y2c a word for each additional sertion Oc 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 Groom cottage with bath gas and all modern conveniences Good sta ble and all outbuildings Ono of the best locations in the city A bargain at 20 per month i NniOffice rn McHdowrey Buillding Home Phone 728 East Tenn 26 Insure In- STROTHERS OLD RELIABLE Fire Insurance and and Real Estate Agency OFFICE Fraternity Ids Phone i8f FOR SAlE27 acres of good land close to city limits App 1 to G D Fox Real Estate agent McEJdow nev building Winchester Ky125tf FOR RENTThree upstairs rooms for light housekeeping Gasand water 19 Bu6kner Street Mrs M It Locknaner1123tf SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN for arty magazine or newspaper published Clubbing offers a specialty Catalogue on request Southern Magazine Agency Clark B Tanner manager pdstoflice box 454 0 1C phone 541 WincJiestenJKy j aJ l A FOR RENTNew house fUl1lish bailrjJr French 125Gt WANTEDFodder and good feed lot ffor 50 cattle B D Goff L1253tFOR SALE A valuable building mileIcash or will divide into 3 lots and sell for 350 each Will sell to white or colored people Address J M Stevenson 1009 Mound St Cincinnati Ohio 1130Gt LOSTRing Return to II E Fitch News office and receive reward FOR SALEHarness saddles bug gy robes horse blankets horse col Jars etc E A Lowry No7 E Broadway 1123lmo FOR SALEPure bronze turkeys Mrs J F Golden East Tenn phone 33211171mo tfOR 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 PENDLETON RUSH BUSHxAttorneys it Liar Stk Floor McEldowney Building Winchester KyI HAMPTONI aw Iice 5th Floor McKiduwney BuildJLic Special Attention to Collections Winchester Ky J M STEVENSON Attorney it Lw f iO S gain St Winchester ky r We handle all kinds of coalt reasonable prices Cjjme tu see ns before buying Royse Jone 12 fjt N The nprtordate woman isnevenui to date with her age V ri Ir4