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Digital page images are linked to the text file. yj n fSTEbITION v VOLUME 5 NO 45 It KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 8 1910 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK 1 RESOlUTIONS 0 ARE ADOPTED On Departure of Rev G W Shep herd By First Baptist Church of Lakeland Florida The following resolutions were adopted by the First Baptist church of Lakeland Florida in Conference November 27 1910 upon the departure of Rev G W Shepherd to assume the pastorate of the Central Baptist church in this city Resolutions It is with feelings of genuine sorrow that we your committee present the following resolutions on the occasion of the departure from Lake land of our beloved brother and pas tor G W Shepherd During the eighteen months or more that Brother Shepherd has ministered to our spirit ual needs in Lakeland he has made itff himself a place in our hearts that cannot efface He has proven himself to be a true servant of the Most High loyal to his Master un tiring in his efforts to advance the interests of our church and a rec ognized leader in all the moral conflicts that have come upon our fair city Brother Shepherd has been a true friend to the lowly and needy a wise counsellor in all church affairs n gospel preacher who feared not to pjroclaim the truth and withal a Christian gentleman of the purest type His wise counsels have re rsuited in a growthand development t of our church that has placed il among the leading churches of oui denomination in the State His preaching has been in spiritual pow er so that the sheep have been fel and sinners brought to repentance His hightoned Christian character Has been such that his visits into our homes have been inspiring andup lifting In view of the foregoing we offer following resolutions which wt deem fit and deserved First We as a church take this Shepherdiifpreciation for his services so faith rimy rendered luring his stay among ufi He has led us into green pas hires and beside still waters in his tmnistrations and fed us on the palest meat of the Word in his preach jugYSecondThat we assure him of our appreciation for him not only as a minister of the Gospel but as n inaneHe has shown that he possesses those qualities ofmanhood that make him a citizen of the highest rank We believe our city is bet tel off for his having lived in our midst and taught us both by precept and example the means of true Chris tian citizenship ThirdThat while we sorrow over his departure and grieve as the moment of goodbye approaches we have faith in him as a man of God and be Ijeve he is conscious of the leadings of the Spirit in his acceptance oifnnother field of labor Our loss is Kentuckys gain and we heartily 1 commend him to the good people of liis native State and city and assure him that our good wishes will follow him and our prayers attend his labors wherever his lot may be cast Fourth That a copy of these res X lit ons be placed on our church Vjrrccprds a copy be furnished the Lake land News The Witness and the Kentucky papers for publication Respectfully submitted V CHARLES M BRITTAIN Vy ROBERT LMAYES E C ANGELL WAS BELOVED CHARITYWORKERof tGood Accomplished By Mrs Ella Bush McCoy rVy An account of the death of Mrs ijlja McCoyin Indianapolis Ind is clipped from the Indianapolis News 4qf imand published below r fit Mrs Ella Bush McCoy 65 years vlVold one of time bestknown charity workers in Indiana died yesterday r afternoon whilebeing taken to her home 132 Rnst St Joseph street i time city dispensary ambulance after Ifshe had suddenly become ill while t f waiting f6 adstroetcar tit Washing ton and Pennsylvania streets Mrs V YcCoyl hls Vl uun J McKee h 1 THE WINCHESTER NEWS was returning from a meeting of board of managers of the Indian- Womens prison and had stepped o an East Michigan street car to trans fer to go to her home She com phiined of feeling faint and she was assisted into a drug store where the dispensary ambulance was called Dr Walter L Hayworthambulance sur geon found that Mrs McCoy Wjis in a serious condition and a stimulant was given Dr David H Harold arrived a few minutes later and Mrs McCoy was placed in the ambulance She died just before reaching hei home her death being due to pulmonary Mrs McCoy was born in Winchester Ky in 1845 and came this city 42 years ago Site had toI a widow for about 16 years which period she devoted most of her time to chastity work She had been a member of the First Presbyterian church for about 40 years Time Rev M L Haines pastor of the church says she combined in a rare way kindness of heart with great administrative ability Mrs McCoy was greatly interested in the Indianapolis Orphans home and was a member of time Charity Organization Society She was also a member of the board of State charities and of the Womans Relief Corps She leaves two daughters Mrs Julia Hall of Ft Wayne and Miss Harriet McCoy a teacher in the public schools who lived at home with her mother YOUNG GIRLS ARE mm Grace Church and Cleo Spicer Two SixteenYearOld Lasses Stope Here Enroute to Cincinnati Grace Church and Cleo Spicer two sixteenyearold girls dropped in the city Wednesday night from Richmond The girls said that they were tired of living at home and had decided to take strip over the coun try They were on their way to Cincinnati but stopped over here to lay in a supply of clothing before they startedon their long journey They came here on the six oclock train from Richmond As soon as they got here they went to the store of A Feld and began to make their purchases The little Church girl controlled the purse stung and made the purchases She bought herself nc blue tailormade suit and a tan one for the Spicer girl There wove alterations needed to make a good fit and before this was done the girls being strangers Mr Feld had to have the money The little Church girl promptly filled out a check for the amount of the purchase and added 15 for other expenses and signed her fathers name Mr Feld became suspicious and notified Chief of Police McCord who took the girls to the police station and called Mr Church who is a prominent cattle buyer of Richmondover the phone and told him that his daughter had stopped over in this city on her way to Cincinnati Mr Church promptly ordered the girls arrest and stated that he would be over Thursday morning to take them back home While waiting at the police station the Church girl decided she did not want Mr Feld to cash her check and told him if he would return the check she would give him the cash for the suits This suited Mr Feld better and he accepted the proposition The little girl produced a large roll of money from which she took a 20bill and paid him and time clothes were deliveredThe were taken to Mr Mul lins house and given a nice warm bed in the residence portion of the jail and Thursday morning Mr Church came here after them Mr Church was unable to tell where the girl procured the money unless he said she had cashed a check of his with some of the merchants at Richmond Ml OF MINNIE HENSLEY Following the Serivces the Body Was Laid to Rest in the Allen Burying Ground The funeral services of Miss Mint nie Hensley who died at her home on the Mt Sterling pike Tuesday night of pneumonia were held Thursday RlnoTqm Following the services the body was buried in the Allen burying ground PREVENTION FOREST FIRES Is Discussed By Lake States Forest Fire Conference in Session at St Paul ST PAUL Minn Dec 8Tim Lake States Forest Fire Conference under the auspices of the Minnesota State Forestry Board and the Mimi nesota Forestry Association begun a yThcthe causes and prevention of forest fires in Minnesota Wisconsin and Michigan Henry S Graves United States Forester in a paper presented to the convention estimated that the total area burned over during the past season amounts to over 3000000 acres It is probable that between 6000 000000 and 7000000000 feet of timber was killed Some of this can still be cut andutilized The money damage will probably reach 25000 000 if both merchantable timber and young growth are considered Of the over 4000 fires 34 per cent started from the railroads It may be said however in this connection thatImany of the railroads did enormous service in putting out fires which were started and in patrolling their rights of way Seventeen per cent of the fires were set by lightning In the case of 23 per cent of the fires the cause is unknown Probably a portion of these fires were set by lightning a portion by carelessness and a portion were incendiary SbIper cent were set by carelessness burning waste and 10 per cent by campers Six per cent were incendiary and the balance from miscel raucous causes HOLD SERVICE V BY LAMPLIGHT Body of BrigadierGeneral WesSe Merritt is Laid to Rest Beside His wife WEST POINT N Yec S BrigadierGeneral Wesley Merritt U Aretired 21st Superintendent of the United States Military Acad emy was buried here Tuesday night by lamplight with the military honors of his rank His body was laid be side that of his wife in the military reservation cemetery There was no service in the chapel of the academy as had been planned Time special car bringing the bodj from Washington was delayed by the storm and time hour was so late it was deemed wisest to make the ceremonies as brief as the due dignities would allow Officers who have attended every military funeral within the last 30 years could recall no other held by lamplight- As the regulations provide the Fife and Drum Corps followed by the Cadet Corps fell in at the fronton the appearance of the coffin The lifers breath froze on their instru ments as they shrilled time slow meas ures of the dead march Behind them clanked the escorting battery Then came the coffin draped in the colors the body it enclosed had served for a lifetime followed by the pallbeai1 ers mourners and attending civilians Thirteen guns were fired Lanterns guided the procession to the grave and there while the mourn ers stood bareheaded in the snow the coffin was lowered into its resting place the words of the burial ser vice were spoken three crashing trolleys echoed across time river the bugle sounded taps and again th minute guns took up their count RETURNED TO PENITENTIARY Aged Prisoner Will Be Permitted End 0 His Days Within the Gri Walls of State Prison EAST CHICAGO Ind Dec 8 To be permitted to end his days within the grim walls of the State Prison at Michigan City is the one ambition of James Rollo aged paroled two months ago after liav 1 hug served two years ofa threeyear sentence Patrol Officer Lorimer of that in stitution came to East Chicago Tuesday and took the paroled prisoner back to Michigan City with the prom ise that his wish was to be gratified Rollo has been following his old oc cupation of stationary engineer Time loss ofa partof one of his feet made the work irksome how ever and he wished for the comforts he had enjoyed during his prison life at Michigan City Rollo was sentenced to a term of three years for stealing a fanners scythe Hhc received employment al his old trade looking after the engine in the electric plant that sup prisonHe paroledbytion of two years of his term IN FACTORY WAS FOUND LOCkED When W Irving Wolf President of Company Ran Into Hallway to Give the AlarmHNEWARK N J Dec 8V Ir ving Wolf President of the Wolf Undergarment a Mjinufacturiiig Company 25of whose woman and girl employ ees perished in the fire of Saturday November 26 testified Tuesday before- a Coroners jury that Miss Anna Hang one of the victims was in entire charge of the plant and responsible a for working conditions and the comfort of employees Eugene McQuat Superintendent of time Anchor Lamp Company where the fire started said that when he ran into the hallway to give alarm to the employees on tile floor above he found the door loading up the stairway locked In your judgment asked a juror do you think that if that door had not been locked more of time employ ees on time floor above could have got opt oil think the entire floor could hare been emptied replied the witness HOTEL BUSSED IN EVANSVILLf Fire Swept Over 1000000 Worth of Property Within Four Hours Many Narrow Escapes EVANSVILLE Ind Dec 8 Within less than four hours early Tuesday morning fire stept away more than 1000000 worth of property in Evansville destroyed the Fendrich factory the largest inelee pendent cigar factory in the world demolished several other business holdings and threw almost 1500 peo ple out of employment It is believed that the heavy snow that fell kept the fire confined to one block For a while the fire threatened the large St Geroge Ho tel a half block away and Manager Harold Vanorman awakened the guests and they escaped in their night clothes Ernest Knodcl whose saloon was destroyed was sleeping with his wife and children above the saloon and they were awakened by the barking of their dog y Larry Lejeune Evansville Central League baseball player and his wife and child barely escaped with their lives Trey were jccphj above Lo jeunes saloon on Locust street Many of the girls employed at the Fendrioh cigar factory came to mmork as usual this morning not Having heard of the fire and when they saw the ruins of the once large factory ireuefor them in order that they may have a merry Christmas Some of time firemen were bruised by falling halls and bricks but none was hurt seri ously Red Star coal is the best on the market sold by Royse Booue 125tf AUDITORIUM Southmern the Biograpli is the feature picture at the Auditorium theatre today in this picture you see some of the greatest actors on time stage as Bi ograph employs the best talent obtainable Essanys will fur 3fish A beautiful story enHfledThc Deputys Lave- sr RELATIONS ARE V RY STRAINED Between Japanese and Americans in Southern California and Society Girls Are to Blame PASADENA Cnl Dec SThc leading society girls of this city decline to mingle with Japanese naval men of high rank evento meeting them on the ballroom floor and as a result the NipponeseAmerican relations in Southern California are severely strained The Japanese training squadron Admiral Yashiro and all his officers are apparently insulted and resent time indignity Upon the arrival of the Japanese squadron at San Pedro a few days ago the Hotel Maryland management arranged to give a swell ball in hon or of the commander and his officers The hotel people learned that society girls wtould kayo nothing to do with the function It was found necessary to call off the ball on short not to time Admiral In the meantime he toad sent out exquisitely engraved invitations for return dance on his flagship yester day These were not delivered but were left iu the key boxes Where fore it seems nobody showed up for the Admirals ball When the school children of Long Beach were all ready to take cars for San Pedro yesterday telegram from Admiral Yashire in formed them they could not be accommodated COL LAMPTON WAS LlONlnO Guest of Honor at a Noted Society Function in New York Ragged Edge Club From Tribune Just look here and see what ha ben going on over in New York Cot W J Lampton a Kentuckian by birthwho was first stung by the journalistic bee right here in Boyd county but has been on the job until he has become one of the biggest ones of the profession and whose writings are always sought after b the leading metropolitan newspapers and magazines o fthe country ap peas to be sailing clear over the mist and clouds in the social firmament A guest of honor at the famous RAGGED EDGE CLUB in Gotham where his greatness is duly lauded and his high sounding title which hr recently won from his native com monwealth fitly recognized But dont it jar you through and through again just to see what may happen to a Kentuckian when he behave himself as vrgllas the Colonel hay been doing The news editor of The Tribune received the following invitation jus a little too late to be able to attend the function in which Col Lampton was the big one with the shaggy mane and has been so prostrated since be cause of his inability to be present that he has been unable to even refei to the matter untilnowfive days after the big doins were pulled off Mere it is Tile RaGGeD EDge Klnb COLONEL W J LAMPTON Guest of Honor Cafe Boulevard Thursday Dee 1st at Seven OKlock Dinner 98 Cents with Wine No Gun For him This Gentle One Bim Bim Of Later Day Oh say Take it away Powder andshot He cares for not This only Colonel From Kentuck That ever Got struck OnaYMCAHumble ZOE ANDERSON NORRIS 338 East 15th St Dancing FEATURE PLAY TO BE PRESENTED THURSDAY NIGHT Homes Stock Company announces for their offering Thursday evening The Man of Her Choice which they claim to be the feature play of the repertoire Wednesday night the corn Vpany presented Frank M Readicks 1 beautiful story of home life The Shores of Sin Mr Readick in his character of John Nelson was ex cellent and as the kindhearted old sexton impressed his audience with his work This play afforded an op portunity for special scenery The church scene in the last act was beautiful The Horne Company is a stock or ganization of unusual merit and is without doubt the strongest organization that has ever been brought to this city Manager Dinelle of the opera house has been trying for the past eight months to secure this com pany and only by chance did they 11lOokelThis company is not being patronized as it should probably on account of the weather or the fact that those who have not seen this show class itwith time common ordinary repertoire company But such is not the case with this show and to those who have not seen this company they owe it to themselves to give them aItrial as many shows have played here at 150 Pbthe satisfaction that the Horne Company gives MEETING CITY COUNCIL Will Be Held Thursday Night in Their Rooms and Important Business Will Be Transactedi The City Councilwill meet Thurs day night in their rooms pursuant to adjournment taken last Friday night Only about half of the regular business was transacted lait IFjriday and many matters of importance will come up Thursday night ITALIANS GOTO JACKSON From Chicago to Work on the Ext tension of the L E Railroad Sixtyfive Italians passed through here Thursday morning on their way from Chicago to Jackson Time men were being taken to Jackson by con tractors who have the contract frr the extension of the L E railroad beyond Jackson Nearly 200 Italians have passed through here within the past few days for Jackson BEAUTIFUL FRENCH DOLL TO BE GIVEN AWAY Homes Stock Company has quit a gift for some one Saturday aftci noon when they will give a larg French doll to time child guessing it name The doll has been named after a fiamous American woman The guesses will be received until 230 p m Saturday They may be mailed t Homes Stock Company or left at tin ticket window Any one may sea in as many guesses as they choose These guesses must have the hour aiu1 date upon them The first correct guess will be awarded time doll providing the child is in the theatre at the matinee Saturday afternoon The doll is the best that money can buyj and was selected out of Currys large stock It is now on exhibition in Strodes drugstore window The Horne Company presents for Satur day matinee Francis Hodjren Bur netts beautiful story of child life a play that will immensely please the little ones Little Lord Fauntlerpy with Master Frankie in the title role Ten cents admits any child to the matinee on Saturday One lot of suits sizes 34 to 44 sold for 10 and 1250 to close outI at 750 It will pay yon to sec these suits Vic Bloomfield C- o1282t TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY WANTED First class canvassers and collectors to work in Winches ter Must have goodreferences You can make good money Ap NorthlMain filllljto WEATHER Fair Friday and Saturday Slightly Warmer WINCHESTER hemorrhage MISS OF DOOR nothingbut Catlcttsburg OF CLARK SHOWS i INCREASE First Census Figures Fro This Coun ty ErroneousPopulation in 1910 is 17987 Several days ago the News published a telegram from the Hon E Dana Durand Director of the Census populaI1llls but the Western Union verified time figures from its Washington office On Thursday the News not yet being satisfied telegraphed Mr Durand again and received an answer in the afternoon showing that the first figures were a mistake and giving time figures of the 1910 census as 17987 Time telegram is as follows Washington D C Dec 8 1910 News Winchester Ky Clark countys population in 1910 was 17987 in 1900 it was 16091 in 1890 it was 15434 E DANA DURAND Director The increase show over 1900 was 1293 THE INDIANSARE Splendid Production is to Be Presented By United Daughters of the Confederacy on December 15 Rehearsals of time beautiful Indian opera Powhatan are progressing very nicely and much interest is being shown on the part of those engaged in time study of the production the company is still being augmented and a very creditable performance of this unique Indian show is fully expected and seems warranted Time cast of characters is an interesting one and also very capable entire personnel of which will be made known at a Inter issue Time costumes are pretty being In jLliianesque in effect brilliant with bead and color fringe work There will be special scenery and electrical effects 7e o l f ttci ri The prices ofadmisum in other cit ies have been 50 75j1 and 150 in the boxes in every way the talent of Winchester compares most favorably with that in many larger cities and while timer cis no demerit in the production as expected it has been concludedafter much consideration to fix time prices of admission to suit- a more popular demand and any seat in the house can be had for 75 cents to see Pow 1 tan pppnf Thursday night December 15 fa bargain price Aside from the fact of the attrac tion having the merit Powhatan is being given under the auspices nE one of the most worthy causes vhicu should appeal to the average good citizen of the community at large as wellas of our own city The Daugh ters of the Confederacy time U D C The reserve chart for the sale of reserve seats to Powhatan will open Wednesday morning December 14 1t Strodes durg store Tickets are now solicitationsopera company the U D C and friends Powhatan deserves to have a pack ed house next Thursday night Red Star coal is the best on time market sold by Rojse Boone 125f We sell Yellow Jacket coal nith inn better for grate or the stove phone J R MARTIN COAL SUPPLY CO 1273t cC I 7U1 JrAp WO uU C uaf Iio Wliis f ws I- J8j 1 AH frMngiift MIWHUHT I published by The I1Wr Tfit j t Met 8091 IJ South Main Street fl Winchester Kentucky Dally Except Sunday r Entered as secondclass matter r l iTove mber 28 1908 at the postoffice in Winchester Kentucky Act of Much 3 1879 r PJjI 00ecRwTtQILdiAiErSGYfall Daily one yearS 00 300 ri Bi Months u e i 150 DM MonbhI 25 Payable in advance- ADVERTISING t RATES Display Per Inch One time any edition 25 Three times within one leek 50 tOne week continuously 100 One calendar attn continuously 300 Pour weeks 4 times a week 210 Pour eeks three time sa week 180 Fur weeks two times a week 120 Pour weeks onetIme a week 75 Reading HoUce sPer Line Business notices body type7cP- uro reading news heading lt e i Three continuous insertions of same item at double the onetime rate Classified Per Word One insertioftany edition If Three insertions continuously 2c Each three additional insertions 1hc- J1 One calendar mocontinnously10 c Nothing counted less than 10 words in No tem charged on books for less than 25 cents IlL I tHIS HAPERREPRESEMTED FOR FOREIGft ADVERV1SJNG BY THE mot RAt OFFICES tCf fJ SV jyoffK AP CHICAGO 8hDi1h CHK ifi AiLTHFFRINCIPALtiTIE THURSDAY DECEMBER 8 1910 a r3 z THE NEXT COHGRESSr ni reproJseated by States as follows l1 Alabama 9 Democrats Arkansas 7 Democrats California L Democrat 7 Republi ywt pans Cot ado 3 Democrats I Cojfectcutl Democrat 4 JJi iJ 1 Republican i Florida 3 Democrats Georgia 11 Democrats If Idaho 1 Republican Illinois 13 Republicans 12 Dem ocrats f Indiana 13 Democrats 1 Republi l canIowa 1 Democrat 10 Republicans Kansas 8 Republicans Kentucky Democrats 2 Republi i cansLouisiana 7 Democrats Maine 2 Democrats 2 Republicans Maryland 5 Democrats 1 Repub ct lien t Massachusetts 4 Democrats 10 a Republicans Michigan 2 Democrats 10 Repub e licans Minnesota 1 Democrat 8 Republi r l cans to Mississippi Democrats Repubrlicans Montana 1 Republican Nebraska 1 Democrats 3 RePub- licansII Nevada X Republican I New Hampshire 2 Republicans I New Jersey 7 Democrats 3 Rej publicansNew i 23 Democrats 14 eI r publicans 1 North Carolina 10 Democrats Republicansah I cans IOklahomt Dcmgexats 2 Re it Oregon 2 Republicans Pennsylvania 10 Democrats 22 I Republicans IRhode Island 1 Democrat 1 Re ISouth Carolina 7 Democrats RepublicansTennessee s 2 Re I Ptrblicans D Texas1G Democrats l Utah Republican UPra C kthe minute we receive an order for lumber We carry such a big stock 4al JII that we can meet any requirement at a moments notice Order your next lumber here and you will have no delay on the job That counts a lot when the expense of idle mechanics i J Eis considered WINCHESTER LUMBjR MANUFACTURING CO INCORPORATED 1Vermont 2 Virginia9 RepublicansI canWashington 3 Republicans West Virginia 4 Democrats 1 Re publicanWisconsin 9 Republicans 1 Dem ocrat1 Socialist According to this roster the House will contain 227 Democrats 103 Re publicans and iSocialist giving theI Democrats a majority of 03 The colored population is grad ually decreasing in Kentucky by re movals to other States There are approximately 500 less colored voters in Clark county than 15 years ago In Kentucky there are 13000 less colored children of schoolage than there were 10 years ago Our friend J W Hughes believe in the moon Says that the new moon indicates that we will have fairly good weather Next December will be a harvest for the Washington hotels Thou sands of hungry Democrats will be there hunting for government jobs Mr Lee Wainscott is always thinking something ITe put this up to usuA calls Ba liar B answers You are a gentlemnjn What is A and what is B1 Everybody except the consumer gets a profit on provisions We ca them down profit and all XMAS CAKES See the E R Bakery Company be fore buying your fruit cakes for Christmas 1273 PUBLIC AUCTION We will sell as a whole 1withGrocerics Fixtures etc on Wednesday December 14th T at 2 p m at our place of business on North Main St H E TON BROS MANY ARE HURT IN JT CAR RIOT Eleven Cars and Eighteen Men jured Wqdnasday mt in Toronto TORONTO Out Dec 8A riot Wednesday night remarkable for its spontaniety and its fierceness while it lasted resulted in the injury of 18 men the complete wrecking of 1 street cars and the shattering of windows iti mpre than 100 more For two hours themob composed of several thousand persons surged back and forthon the principal business oughfares demolishing every stre car that came within reach and com pletely tying lip traffic followedtTwo weeks ago the local street car company installed payasyouen tee cars on the principal ear lines Much dissatisfaction developed of this Protests became so lutmerot- that l the Board of Control decided i hqhl a public mass meeting at which tluvjmaUjy could be di cussed meeting rcsolvcil ihtp a series of fiery clenunc4ations of Ihtf at1tiencewas attacked by the mob vluclrgrew1 ell numbers ercTy moment Protest by Mayor Geaity lUHl other officials passed unheeded The police reserves were outaumheijcS 5ito 1 and were utterly powerless For than an hour the carnival of destruc tion continued unchecked See Royse Boone before buying your feed We handle the best in town 125 tf WINCHESTER OPERA HOUSE TONIGHT Homes Stock Co i Will prjeiseut The Feature Play of Jhe Week HerChoicee Beautiful Stoy of Hearts Interest Prices 10c20c30c f 1School Childrens Matinee Saturday 230 po m 1 0cts Admits any Child at Matinee e yetDoIETDETir Beautiful FREE To the child guessing its name Nam after a famous American woman Se your guesses in with the hour and day them The first correct guess gets t IN STRODES WINDOW Everything for Making Homes Comfortable Now is the time when you can enjoy comfortable home to the fullest extent In a soft luxurious easy chair in front of a cherry fire what could be more alluring these cold December evenings If your home doesnt contain one of these rest rivinj comfortbringing kinlgreat stock of them from which you can make your selection Or perhaps its something else thats wanted A library table Anew bed Mattress A rug for the dining room Dra v pefies We have splendid stocks in all lines of housefurnisli ings Now is the time to buy the needed things Dont delay Enjoy the comfort they give from now on Now that we have interested you let us speak of the quality ofour goods Weve spoken a great many tines on this sub ject but it will bear repealing Its an important point for you to consider in buying Quality counts a great deal Always con numberone v place in our stock Defective goods or seconds never come inside our doors we sell to give satisfaction You get de pendable goods from usandno other kind We guarantee everythingsoId by us If you arent satisfied with your pur cjiasewearejnt and without delaywe refund purchase money t You ttFind rs Money Saved in Buying at This Store HENRY H HALL FURNITURE UNDERTAKINGI Winchester hf Y t f 4Jhv nttlckt J I r SALE rOE 1Jt u Lv tttN tmftRfif cc lis Well JUtended an tpc d Brought Good Prices jAuctionj eerse Report fheatlet of Mr Allen Osborne which wits held Wednesday at his place on the Ruckerville pike was attended by a large crowd told every thing offered for sale brought good prices Following is the report made by Brookshire and Daniel auction eers 1 sow and 10 shoats 74 1 sow and 8 shoats 48 1 sow and 7 shoats 32 1 harrow X12 1 cow and calf 56 I cow and calf 58 II steers 1725 per head 10 steers 1740 per head 10 steers 1410 per head 1 aged mare x58 1 aged mare ijiW 1 weanling pony 4750 1 mare 171 1 fuiyear old horse 101 1 pair fouryearold mules 280 1 pair twoyearold mules 275 1 pair twoyearold mules lfil 1 hay mare 9l Fodder sold from 27 cents t30jcnts per shock corn from 105 ti 250 per Imrrel GREATLY IMPRaVED Tile many friends of Mrs Hart Robinson who fell on the sta lwl if her home on Browne Courtand vas godly hurt abut the face Ved icsday will be pleased to know that 4heis much better and able to out We have the very best feed on ilu market Come to see us before buy hag125If fXIRAPAY FOR CircuitdRCUlTJUDGES Petiticn For a Rehearing FRANKFORT Ky Dee SThe petition for a reTieiVring in1 the suit nvolving the constitutionality of the legislative act giving Circuit Judges 1200 a year increased salary fOl serving as special judges was overruled Vednesday by the Court of Appeals and the judges will get tilt extra pay allowed by the legislature Go to Roe Boone an1 set r jl f the Red Star coal ho bat Ir own 12 if MURDER CAStS ARE CONTINUED Special Judge at Paris Cannot FN Time to Try Men From Breatliitt County PARIS Ky Dec SThe trial of the Breatliitt county mimTcr cases pending in the Bourbon Circuit Court a Wednesday of venue was called afternoon by Specisv Judge J C Barter of Torapkinsville end were continued until Monday liorning at 9 oclock Judge Carter who is the regular DistrictInrhcdterurban car from Lexington and convened court at 3 oclock Immediately after taking the oath which was administered by Circuit Clerk William H Webb Judge Car ter called the cases of the Common wealth vs John and Thomas Davidson Jase Deaton and Hacker Combs charged with the murder of John lAbner The defendants answered Carter then announced to the attorneys on both sides of the pus f that he was to return to his home Saturday in order to convene the Monkroe Circuit Court Monday and that unless it was possible to dispose of the cases this week some other ac liori should bV taken- Commonwealths Attorney Robert B Franklin addressed the court and stated that inasmuch as 24 witnesses for the prosecution lead failed to answer when their names were called no trial of thfe ease could be had without tleirpresence and in further view of the fact that valuable time woulrbe consumed in securing a jury he thought it best that the cases be Set fortrial next peek or continued until the March term of courtti ai II = JWINCHESTERS LEADING DRY GOODS STORESt I i U I A 1wrwy r iaiChfistmas is only a few weeks hdfftThoughtful people who wish to avoid 5I the holiday rush are already beginningm i shoppingv m Let us urge you you to do your buyingm NOW while our stock is at its best before the store is overcrowded and nt Iatime when we can give every customer personalattention and better service PFTten Are You Cominge Curry Dry GOcJS Co WE ARE SATISFIED WITH SMALL PROFITS 0 i SPLENDID ENTERTAINMENT The cnteitainment at the Epper on schoolhmisc on the night of Dc ember 3 was a success in every way A fairsized crowd was present and the program was very entertaining Mr Win Berryman and sons fur nifehed the music uhicliwas extra good Miss Lee Shiratcssell was pre dented with a fine box of randy lining been chosen as the most popular young lady in attendance A hand some tie was NelsotbBowen as the most popular young gentleman About 50 was taken in vill be used for the benefit whichI winter school The success vntertainment is largely due to Mis Iattie Christopher vho is now teach ng an excellent school at this place One lot of suits sixes 34 to J4 sold for 1autl 1250 to close ou it 750 It will pay you to set these suit Vic l3looi field C- o1282U DEATHS AND fUN RAiS Mr Hume Clay Funeral services over the remain If Mr llumo Clay were conducted t the residence on the Paris pike Chnrsdny morning at 10 oclock bs Rev Cary Morgan The remains were laid to rest it the Paris cemetery at 1230 oclock tith services at the grave Following tale pjiillbearcrs Tume Payne James McClure WAV Mitchell Sidney GClriy YoB Crouch and Beii Woodford We handle all kinds ofcoal at reasonable prices Come to see u before buying Hoysc Boon 125tf p True Friendship I cannot contentedly frame a prayer for myself In particular without a cata logue for my friends nor request a happiness wherein my sociable disposition does not desire the fellowship of ruy nelghborSir Thcmas Brogue WE CAN IMAGINE YoUR SATISFACTION when you see the shirts collars un 1 flenvear etc you sent here to be ljuindercd You should hardly be lieve them to be the same garments so miich cleaner are they so per fectly done up You wont bc tHe firstto wonder why you had not sent us your laundry work before What day shall we send for your things Winchester laundry Co EASILY BREAKS A SEVERE COLD In Just a Few Hours All Misery From a Bad Cold or the Grippe Will Bo Overcome Papes Cold Compound is the fc suIt of three years research at a east of more than fifty thousand dclhiiS contains no quinine which we laud conclusively demonstrated is not in the treatment of coldsIIt is a postiive fact that a dose of Pipes Cold Compound takcnci y two jhburs until three consecutive doses are taken will end the Grippe coldtach limbs or any part of the hody fIt promptly relieves the most mie rable lteadactrlulluess head and nose stuffed up evcrishneso sneezing sore throlit mining of the nose mucous cctarrls il discharges soreness stiffness aril rheumatic twinges ft Take this harmless Compound its directed with the knowledge that there is no other medicine made anywhere else in the world which willtcure your cold or end Grippe misery aspromptly and without any othlir assistance or bad aftereffects asa 25cent package of Tapes Cold Chin pound which any druggist in the world can supply XMAS CAKES Let us bake your fruit cakes n fw fhr Xmas E R BAKERY COMPANY 127ft See Royse Boone before buying vOn i feed We handle the best ill town 12jif t How True Homily women angle for men says the PhUos pheroflollyUbl tapretty grl ilcjibndsvon her cuirvos i l ave You Any Mantle Troubles mlfi1BLOCKrAn IOP TROUBLES ARE OVER Block Innerlia Lined Mantlgnre 50 pet cent moretTWOCOMPLETEGET ONE TO TRY WITHOUT COST j Save the box covers from 12 Block Vytalty Mantles the best w 10 and 5 cent grade of mantles sbld take them to ourdealert freei r StotarDealers Write for Our Descriptive CIrciJar and New Catnlogtjd I The Block Light CoYoungstown Ohio Sole Manufacturer eatManttesSomersendSuppesofevsrr l Ii s d 4 t r 7 q 77 tt 1 THE WINCHESTER NEWSaTIne w 4w Are You A Mason Or a Knight of Pythias lj Nc Or an Elk t 1 t 1 pOr an Odd Fellow V- V fj j Ora Red Man Or a Woodman J U v rNomatter what We have a most com plete line of Fraternity Emblems in Rings Lapel Buttons Seals Charms Fobs and Stick Pins Some very inter esting designs You should show your colors Let us help G H1BOEN Jeweler and Optician Winchester Ky DONT FORGET OUR PRESENT TQ Y- OUrs dJ elf SOCIETY A SheltonGlover i Married at the Methodist parsonage 210 Boone avenue December 7 iby Rev II C Wright Mr Fred Shel ton son of Noah Shelton and Miss Nellie Lee Glover daughter of Jesse Glover Both are residents of Clark county Congratulations are extended iI Bazaarvt The ladies of the Catholic church pyill have a bazaar on Friday Satur ofTthcmage of the public is solicited Christmas Exchange The ladies of the Central Baptist church will have an exchange on the Friday and Saturday before Christmas Cakes are to be a specialty Orders taken Exchange The Central Baptist ladies will have an exchange in the store room owned by Miss Lizzie Taylor on Maui street on Saturday Everybody is invited CongletonKilgoreThe M Kil gore of Cannell City to Mr W T Conglcton of Lexington was solemn ized in the parlors of the Brown Proctoria Hotel late Wednesday af ternoon Rev IJ Spencer of Lex ington officiating They were accompanied to this city by Misses Ella and Nora Congleton of Lexington and Mr and Mrs II K Gambillof Cannell City The bride is a very charming and popular young lady She was a member ofa party sent for an outing to Atlantic City N JI r i t by the Lexingtoiyllerald several years agoMr Ray Rupard of Pilot View visited in Winchester this week llesstt tlhl1tBarrow and Harvey Bush leave returned from Iowa Mr II 0 Thomas is visiting his daughter Mrs Addie Smith in Fay ette county Mr Robert Martin of the United States army who has been visiting here has gone to Nashville Tonn to be the guest of Capt J A Nash foiJCa vliJesl pf Mr Euca IInggalclof Texas is here to visit his parents Mr and Mrs Suott Haggard Mrs A J Lisle is slightly improv ed Mrs John Hodgkin was in Lex ington Thursday Mrs Charles Parrish attended the performance of The Girlof My Dreams at the Lexington opera and Mrs William Johnson are guests of the formers sister Mrs J C Daugherty- Mr Fred Broadus is ill at his home on Whin avenue Mr A B Askew has returned to his home in Jackson Tenn to ac cept a position as manager of a wholesale house Mr Askew has been with Allan Murphy and has wbu friends who regret his de partureMaster John Samuel Blount has re tuniedld his home in Lexington after spending five mouths with his aunt Miss Mary White Mr J L B White who has been ill for two weeks is improving Mss H D Yarlie of Milwaukee is BLACK CAKES 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 Currants Citron f Lemon and Orange Peel Layer Figs Dates Shelled Pecans Shelled English Walnuts Valencia and Joxdan JliHQads Genuine New Orleans Molassest All Grades of Brown S gar t Enjoy One of The Seasons Delicacies 11w MacNeill Weathers Y Both Phones 40 H JM YOU ARE URGED TO CALL EARLY AND INSPECT OUR LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS Everything in Brass beautiful Dolls best line of Hand Bags Fanc Clocks 75 cents Furs of all lands new stock Umbrellas new Neckwear Crepe and Fancy Scarfs Handkerchiefs for men women and children Silk Hose Mens Socks Perrin Kid G16Ves fo Women and Misses Perfumes Spangle Fans handsome line of Scarfs in Crepe Sprangles and Embroidery from 100 to 15 each Umbrellas for men women and children Raincoats for children all sizes 200 300 and 375 Silver Comb and Brush Sets small pieces of Silver of all kinds Hat Pins Rings Brooches Beauty Pins Belt Pins Cuff Buttons ComB Barretts Baby Bumps the new indestructible Dolls a big line ask to see them the craze is worse than the Bilikin craze i y ReadytoWear DEPARTMENTM Is full of new things and many bargains are being shown 20 Sample Suits to close out at 1500 value 2500 20 Suits 1898 up to 2500 values in this lot up to 5000 New Cloaks Waists Skirts and Muslin and Net Underwear come in and give us a look CLIFTON ROSS a r visiting her mother Mrs 0 Daughr city on Buckner street Miss Catherine McCord is visiting in Richmond Miss Golden Day left Wednesday for a visit in Cincinnati Mrs Jack McCord continues to im prove and her many friends hope for a complete recovery at an early ante Miss Mildred Johnson is visiting in Lexington She was a guest for the birthday party given by Miss Ollie MAe Clark Wednesday evening Mrs D N Zimmerman of Lexing ton is visiting Mrs Ed Sutherland Miss Rosa Wilson of Mt Sterling is visiting Mrs E B Freeman and Frank Ramsey has been call ed to Palis by the illness of her fatherRev T J Porter has returned from Louisville where he attended the meeting of the State Board of Missions of which he is a member Rev Mr Porter was appointed a member of the Sunday School Advisary committee Mr W W Curry is ju Cincinnati on business Misses Jane Gaitskill and Eunice Earp were in Lexington Tuesday to see Mss Edna Gaitskill who is at St Josephs Hospital Master Cecil Haggard who was accidentally shot recently is getting on very nicely Mrs J W Bell has returned to her home in Iluntington W Va after a pleasant visit to Misses Eva and Taylor Gilkey Mr and Mrs James Lewis have returned fro ma visit in Nashville Tcnn POPULAR AUCTIONEERSFORM Messrs R II Brookshire and Rob ert Daniel Thursday morning former a partnership in the auctioneer ing business and in the future wijl do business as Brookshire and Daniel Both are popular auctioneers Red Star coal is the best on the market sold by Royse Boone 125tf The Big Department storT 1 Is all ready for the holidays We have laid in a very extensive supply of Christmas things SUITS and CLOAKS 3000 Suits and Cloaks 1850 2200 Suits and Cloaks 1350 1500 Suits and Cloaks 1000 1250 Suits and Cloaks 850 A big line of Blankets and Comforts are gong very cheap I SHOES 1y All kinds cf Shoes for the men the women the chil drenat a very low price sAgents for Holeproof Hosiery Simmons Kid Gloves American Beauty Corsets Fays Stockings McCall Patterns Reliance Carpet Warp f TODD BROSi- i South Main St Winchester Ky Un HIGHEST PRICES FOR TURKEYS Is Paid to Mesdames Robb Brown Holloway and Proctor By Toohey Bros Price 154 Cents Mrs William Robb Mrs Joe Brown Mrs Holloway and Mrs George Proctor Wednesday sold their turkeys which were held in pool by them to Tooliey Bros for 15 4 cents This is the highest price paid for turkeys in this county this year The turkeys were purchased for the Christmas market TO MAKE THEIR HOME AT PUEBLO COLORADO Mi Kenny Hadden left Thursday afternoon for Pueblo Colo accom parried by his wife and child Mr Hadden is leavin gfor Colorado on fu prospecting trip and will probably cate ona farm in that State WONDERfUL REMEDY THATS WHAT IS SAID OF STOM ACH PRESCRIPTION GUAR ANTEED BY PHILLIPS Stephen Waits of Lansing Michigan writes For over three years I suffered much pain and annoyance from stomach disease I had no help from my digestive organs apparently and my food would stay in my stomach and ferment causing gas there was also a dizzy headache I doctored and used every remedy 4hat I heard of but it remained for MirONA to cure me entirely Before I bad used three boxes my appetite and digestive or = sans bcacme all righjicllis a won derful remedy HHlEONA stomach tablets are smalland easy to swallow They stop the most painful stomach dis tress in five roinutqs Tlicydrive Out soreness and gas and make the stom ach clean and sweet They are sold byJJhillLps under a positive guarantee to cure any case of indigestoin or money buck They put vigor and vitality into people run down by indigestion Sold by Phillips and leading druggists ev erywhere at 50 cents a large bos Sec Royse Boone before buying your feed We handle the best in I town 125tf Artis Turnbull I iAfrank statement of the reasons why we cut prices on tailored suits waists wool goods and many other articles The November weather was delightful but it was too fine for business resulting in a heavy i overstock which willaWool Goods Wool dress goods of all kinds and qualities are cut to the quick you will heve to come and see our prices to realize the great recuctions ReadytoWearAll coats and readytowear garments of every description all this seasons styles are reduced as never before this early inthe year Tailored Waists s 375 Waists go at 2t2 v 250 Waists go at Vl75 Muslin and Dimity Weists 4 150 Waists go for i99c 100 Waists go for t2ci Black Sbiesette Waists SVi 200 Waists 121 Vi Colored and Black Silk Waists Waists which soldfrom 5 to 650 go in this sale for 299 Muslin Underwear t All muslin underwear also goes in this sale at prices that will astonish y- ouArtis J Turnbull 1 i 1 t i jI I I iyf iiji+ J rn w rPn = = rj T THJE WIH CHESTER MFWR yiii iII ITHIS J 1rTr J c advertisement is intended chiefly for tlie ladies but ody else Qan read it theres only some good Christmas suggestions in it Ladies of rally have some trouble in deciding what sort of a Christmas gift to give a man or a IIIbo wahA istor fyif big or too old for toysbut who still wants arid enjoys the Christmas pleasures I II Now qne thing is clear the best sort of a Christmasrvfyty 3 j c reallvWSTOpits fits something tbt a man would sooner QrUater buyfor himself if he can so much the betterJ l a A good plan is adopted in some familiesor circles ofg I Ir friends each person makes a general list of all the- Y it 1jV things wanted then you can choose your gift from that list and know youre giving what will give d J wj v pleasure If you get the wan to whom youre wanting t I 4t t r to make a present to getup such a list youll find fiery likely that most of the things he putt down are things in this store for this is a mans soreeif n18afh1e r MarxCoIh J fare the leading feature and a good overcoat or suitf 1 is about as good a gift as you can think of He may 1 A d v not put it down overcoats of that llifid cost X18 tos f lT 30 suits 20 to X30 he may think thats too much i r- j I v to ask But if you go ahead on that you cant make r 7 mistake Well arrange all questions of correct fit f H1 j 1 here are so many otherthings lo rrtha11 jdontV rf t costso much that would be always acceptable weT i t v think a little list of them might help you =If f I Tj tr t k 1 v44S t Bloomfield Special Suits und Overcoats 10 125ftand15 i I 1 You wiUiind a r4cc selection ot Mufflers Ties Silk SQ Bath Robes 9 in fact every ikNt tj era f J t thing that would make a nice Xmas present Coi O t l VIfC BtLOltO F ELD f1z cr01 II iI d THE STORB THAT SAABS YOU M0NJEY r 1 c CdY L J i J uu THE WINCHESTER NEWSY h PaeFlvd VeSt I Willd See The BargaiiBCeiMiter at Jesse Owens Saturday 9 I READ vi v AD TOi1ORROW fij ta MOUTH OF EOURMILE i H Mr 11l Fred Morgnson of LexingtcJn who have beers visiting his parents Mr and Mrs D II Morgu Kon and relatives have returned Jl met Kllr Ferguson of Saulsberr Ky spent part of last Week with his uncle George Ferguson Mis Dolly Christopher is visiting friends at Indian Fiel1sKy this week 3Irs Charley WJlcox spent Satur day in Winchester with her daughter Mrs Harden Hopper Mr Mark Ferguson of Mt Ster ling spent from Wednesday until Sunday with his brother George Ferguson He is in Richmond before returning home Mr Charley Wilcox and family at tended the funeral of Mrs Sarah Hampton at Bloomingdale Mrs Sarah Hampton died at her house at Bloomingdale after a long w BIG MONEY RAISING survretl Henry services graveyard 230oclock Tom Aldridge WinchesterI handsomely entertaineclmitiI join prosperous happy at74 loqmfield must raise large of money within afew days and in ordeipt p td we are FORCED place entire stock of Mens and Boys Clothing Shoes Hats and Gents Furnishings at actual gives opportunity right in season to in your supply at Big Saving to Our stock absolutely and fresh shopworn goods everything do not like to a sale so early in season are compelled to 0Jwbgcause we bought much and and need money have full line Holiday Goods which AT Our sales have always saved money nothing compared to what we are forced to offer you Below we few of our bargains read them then come and money p SUITS OVERCOATS I We carry the largest lino of suits and cravcnclte overcoats in town 25 Suit or Overcoat 1050 2250 Suit or Overcoat 1500 20 Suit or Overcoat 1350 18 Snit or Ovcrocjit 1150 415 Snit or Overcoat 1000 1250 Suit or Overcoat 800 10 Suit or Overcoat tOO t We have 50 Suits 10to15 498 PANTS These are all in tide up to date and y stylish 0 Pants now 419 5 Pun IR now 4 Pants now 289 Pants now 249 3 Pants now 219 250 Pants vow 189 2 Pants now 149 150 Pants now 112 Pauts now 89 CORDUROY PANTS 1 Corduroy Pants now 312 jjtfoO Corduroy Pants now 2GO- fTCoi ilmey Pants now 229 250 Corduroy Pants now 195 2 Corduroy Pants now 149 0 Corduroy Pants now 110 SHOES Here are the best bargains Yea rc closing out our entire stock for less than cost Florsheim Shoes now 419 5 Florsheim Shoes now 369 4 Crawford Shoes now 350 Crawford Shoes now 289 3 Mens and Boys Shoes now 225 r 250 Mens Boys Shoes 198 2 Mens and Boys Shoes now 159 liens and Boys Shoes 119 BOYS OVERCOATS- We have about 50 Boys ihich will close out for 298 These coats are worth from 5 to 15 A BIG BARGAIN MENS AND BOOTEES 5 Bootees tan or black3694 Bootees nor black 298 l 350 Bootees tan or black 259 3 Bootees tan or black 229 3 Boys Bootees 225 250 Boys Bootees 189 Illness of catarrh by her husband and five children Wcedie George Simon Willis The funeral were con ducted at the Shearer Sunday afternoon at The family have our sympathy Miss Gillic Brown and School ar Miss Cora Walter s We sum you the you is new old but new We the but the now We you but now list save Coats BOYS SHIRTS SHIRTS SHIRTS 2 Shirts now 139 175 Shirts now 125 150 Shirts now 98 and 1 Shirts 79 75cent Shirts now 49 50cent Shirts now 39 48 Dozen cud 1 Shirts will be sold during this sale for 09 cents FLANNEL TOP SHIRTS 2 Flannel Shirts for L29 150 Flannel for 98 125 Flannel Shirts for 89 1 Flannel for 7i HATS HATS 30 StctsQn tints 209 3 Haws Stiff Hats 229 3 Haws Soft Hats V 220 250 Hats V 198 2 Hats 143 150 Hats 112 125 Huts US 10 Dozen 2 and 150 Hats yill he sold for 98 cents CORDUROY SUITS 1250 Corduroy Suits for 7750- UNDERWEAR i best Fleecelined Underwqar worth 39c 25c Garments no19eAL- T WOOL UNDERWEAR J3ELOW COST OVERALLS best UnionMade Overalls town 1 Overalls now 79c 75c Overalls now 49c 50c Overalls now 39c NECK TIES AND SUSPENDERS- 50c Ties or Suspenders now 39c 35c and 25c Ties or Suspenders 19c 10 25c Ties at 15c SOCKS50c Socks now 39c 35c and 25c Socks IJOWlOc 20c Socks noi 14c 15c Socks now 9c lOc Socks now 4 pairs for 25c One lot 15 c Socks for 7c 25c best allwool Socks nt 18c DONT MISS THIS Boys 25c guaranteed stockings now 19c Inc Stockings lie Ofoil kexingUm to the hone of Mr jfand Mrs Dee Babeivon Virginia aPt enue where they Jvere Monday evening ulhen they returned to homes jWe a host of friends in wishing them career sff 0 sozis t sins 30 o 1QUO sold foriOViiid l250 to close out 0 It pixy yybn see these suits Vic C- o1282t i a so to our cost This an put a no give do too of go COST is a f AND 339 350 125 Jlr 329 and 150 we ta She is and 125 liow 125 Shirts Shirts The 75pnow The in dozen theirs and to a ICOATIn this bargains 3 Fine Wool Sweaters now 108 250 Fine Wool Sweaters hotr473 2 Fine Wool Sweaters now 140 150 Sweaters now 110 125 Sweaters now 98c 1 Sweaters now 79c 75c Sweaters now 39c 35c Boys Sweaters t 22c MUFFLERS 2 Fiic SilkSdarfsiSuifable for Ladies or Gents now 100f1 Fine Silk Scarfs roc 50c Phoenix ainillcrs HOc 23c Phoenix Muflllcrs lOc 7 CAPS 75c Corduroy Caps now 40o 50c Corduroy CH s now39c3c and 23c Cwps now lOt 50c Cups pow 30c 25c Caps now I9c FANCY VESTS 4 Silk Vests now 275i350 Silk Vests now 239 3 Silk Vests now 200 250 Silk Vests now 179 2 Fancy Vests now 125 150 Fanny Vests now 98 GLOVES 2 Gloves now 130 175 Gloves now 123I150 Gloves now 112 125 Gloves now 980 1 Gloves now 70c 75c Gloves now 49c 50c Gloves now 39c 25e Glove snow 19c 15c Gloves now OP lOc Gloves now 7c HAP DKEE UltFS 35c Silk Ifcindkcrchiefs lUc 25e Silk handkerchiefs ire loc Silk Handkerchiefs lie lOc Handkerdchiefs 4 for 25e 100 Tozcn Handkerchiefs 36 COLLARS lOc Collars at il 7e lye Collars at He 25c rubber Collars 15c 20c rubber Collars 12c 15c rubber Collars 9c lOc rubber Collars 7c The above are only a FEW of our BARGAINS THIS SALE STARTS RIGHT TOW andf l will last the entire month of December The BIGGISH MONEY SAVING PROPOSITION you ever saw Come in and make your selection POSITIVELY AT ACTUAL COST We will not CHARGE EXTRA for ALTERATIONS during this BIG SALE Remember the big sale starts NOW Buy your holiday goods from us and save money DONT FORGET THE PLACER J FRANK T J In Jones Block N Main St Next to Ecton Hardman frniturSf r l t t i 4r t1 fi I 4 r RAILROAD IK HUB 10 EXINGTON EASTERN RY CO rime Card In Effect June 21 1908 Daily lDai1 YiC 2i Bound No 2 No4 Stations PM AM lOc uv Lcjtmgtpn i251703Winchester 3 05 8 13 L E Junction1 320 826 50190StantonCampton Junction 4 30 9 38 Natural Bridge 435 943 ITorrent Juno1 510 47195fj Il017 537 1045 10 0 K Junction o05 11115 lr Jackson 610 UJ20 I Noil No31 Noft Westbound DailylDaily Sun fELl 01 Jackson 16101220 700 0 K Juno1615 257 05t 2521730Beattyville Natural Bridge 745I355I 826 Campton Juno 748 571 828 Stanton 1815 854 Clay City 825 435 902 L E Juno 900 5071 934 Winchester 912 520 946 irXexington t95ti J 6 05 110 25 THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY LX CEPT SUNDAY H E Junction Trains Nos 1 ind 3 will make connections with the 7 0 By for Mt Sterling Beattyville Junction Trains JTos and 4 will male connections with he L A Railway for Beatty ille Ky- CAinpton Junction Trains Nos t 3 and 4 will connect with the Mountain Central Ry for passengers o and from Campton Ky 0 K Junction Trail Nos 3 nd 4 will connect with the 0 kK railway for Cancel City K7 and way stations Train No 2 will make connection with the L A railway for Beattyville Ky W A MDOWELL Genl Mgr lAS SCOTT G P A LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE Southbound N037 cm inn ADoxville local Arrives 1016 a m j deports 1019 a L Ird lJg9 aim Cincinnaifi Japkgpnyille 9 MaysvilleStanford local nth Cincinnati connection at Paris wives at 625 arts at 635 p m No 31 CincinnatiAtlante limited I1t17 p m Northbound Ko 34 AtlabtaCincinnati limited 457 a m No lb J3tanfordXaysville local onhectfricr kf Pdr fht Cincmnafe Inc at 715 leaves at 722 a m No 38KnprvilleCincinnati lo ftt arnvns 48 departs 253 p In- N 32 JhifksonviUflCJinni ali invited 558 pDi All are daily except Nos 9 nc 10 which are daily dicept Sunday CHESAPEAKE OHII Eastbound No 26 Daily Ex Sun 853 a m No 22 Daily 1210 p m To 28 Daily Jk Sun 630 p m Ito 24 Daily v 910 p in- WestbounJ No 27 Daily Ex Sun 722 a No 21 Daily 648a m- ilo 25 Daily Ex Sun 250 p No 23 Daily 415 p We handle nIl kinds of coal at reasonable prices Come to see us before bujiiig Hoysd Boone t 125 tf I h Tabby Cats From Bagdad Tabby cats are so called from the resemblance of their marking to a kind at watered silk called tabby after the name of the quarter of Bag dad where it was originally made which in turn was derived from ono Prince Attab To Clean the Chimney potatpeelingsthe stove Those who burn soft coal will find this a great help The potato pellicgs burn with such a fury that they carry the soot out of chimney From tittle Helps the National JJagnzide Criticism of English Life Our English lire suffers from t vices antazing UulIrtjB s and amazt- nextratiganeeLondon iiay II t C1assied Advertisements ca word for a sinaI inserticr- 2c a word fox threti consecutive IP ttions a word for each additional sertion I a word UK Scattered InseftfdnSIc per word per insertion Nothing inserted for less than ten cents Nothing charged on books for less 25 cents FOjRRENT Handsome twostory Yesideiice of rooms all modern conveniences and outbuildings best location Price 40 per month Modem residence of 7 rooms furnished Tins bath gas etc This is your chance to start to taonsckecp iug for 30 Price 30 per month We have a number of small cot ages for rent from 10 per month up A f4 P Office In McEldowney BuHldfoz Home Phone 72P East Term 26 inISTROTHERS OlDREUABlE Fire Insurance a4 and Real Estate Agency FfUCK PitternitT BIdS Phone i8r WANTED At Ollcen live hustling boy to deliver News route Apply Clark Tanner News office12G3t FOR SALE 27 acres of good laud close to city limits Apply to G U Fox Real Estate agent McEllow nev building Winchester KyJ2 tr FOR RENT Three upstairs rooms for light housekeeping Gas und water 19 Buckncr street Mrs M B Lockuanc 11 = 3tf SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN pnpmlpnblbhcllialty Catalogue on request Southern Mguzinc Agency Clark B Tar jner manager post f1ipe box 454 0 ylIf FOR RENT New house furnished on Booiie avenue with gas and bath from January 1st to May 1st W II French 125Gt- WANTEDFodder and good feed lot for 50 cattle B D Goff 1253 fOR SALE A valuable building SITEA plot of ground 2 miles from Winchester on the west side of the Paris pike Price 100- i cash or will divide into 3 lots an sell for 350 each Will sell to white or colored people Address J M Stevenson lOGO Mound St Cincinnati Ohio 1130Gt bugingy r rse tars etc EA LoWry No7 E 11231momFOR SALE Pure bronze turkeys Mrs J F Golden East Tenn 71moSFOR RENT 75 acres good corn tan now jn clover and ready to plo t at once Fur money rout or good note Apply to nT Ecton at Ectuns srrnceiv 1010tf FOR SALE2v handsome oak par tables good as nett 250 each Apply at the Auditorium Theatre 127U LOSTn oldstyle Amethyst nn 5 reward tor return to II E News offlce 12G5t Needle Caused Death chitnplained in peculiar way at a recentIInquest A doctor said that in unexplained way a needo had beatdlug of the heart agalnst ItS point j caused death from bemorrhags az tIClark omttyt National Bank to I ratabllshed 1Lo a Accounts dt Merchants farmers and Traders Solicited Collection Made on Points i cipital anclSurplus 35000000i DRINKr a More Than Wet t A WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS d The oldest and best institution n the county is the Winchester Roller kJbcsWhite Pearl flour has no eauaL QPENDLETON attorneys at Ltw Q Sib Jloor McEldowney Boildinf t Winchester Ky 4 LEWIS R HAMPTON Attorney at Law kJ Itn4 Sib Flour hillsoswtSpecial Attention to Collections Winchester Ky r J M rAttorneyjfl S lain St Winchester Ky f SHORTHANDF diStiindaid Phonoj rrpfivr jbu short est legible shorthand dTuught by tipcourse of individual cssonstlie- best method of teachiiis known JC Lary 234 S Highland street Home phone 737 V W Bush 6 Company FIRE AND TORNADO INSURANCEWINCHESTER BUILDINGdPhone 145 XMAS CAKES We bake the best fruit cakes on tIe market at reasonable prices E R BAKERY COMPANY12r3t No Demand Why dont people write poems like Paradise Lost or Dantes Inferno asked the sincerely literary person Wnafp the use rejojijod the curs fident scribetAll the people I know who bought the works you mentloa dbad to be persuaded to buy them for the sakj of the pictures Showy Boots in Russia All Russians have a weaknessr- k handsome footwear and the result ta that there are more pairs of showy boots worn In the czars empire U af1anywhere cfse on earth This prefer once extends to the women as wellaa the men tAllHe Was Worth Once there was an Indian named t fig Smoke employed as a missionary to his fellow Smokes A white man id encountering Dig Smoke asked him t what he did for a lIvi1 gUmph said Big Smoke me preach That so What do you get for preaching Me get ten dollars a year Well W saTd Ih6 white man thats damn door a paypmphUsaid Big Smoke 5m damn poor preacher 1u 7 lk i U kt frb J j t t1O c t i y kkr Lag yt y k 1ti = cofTt4y n u i 4 PaeIx THE WINCHESTER NEWS H 4 OH CHEN1ULT Pres BUCKLEYBF Mgrstthe Central Kentucky Tobacco 1 Warehouse Co Incorporated Both Phones 964 Opp State University S Upper to Lime Lexington Ky r The Leading Warehouse In Lexington Having sold over 2000000 pounds since opening v of season October 25 1910 r v4 Offers superior inducements to farmers of Central 1l = intutKy to sell their tobacco in the largest best d lighted and best equipped loose leaf tobacco vare L house in the orldt F 500000 square feet floor space 500000 pounds capacity of loose leaf tobacco f per dayyRcdrying plant of 75000 pounds per day Pri Y vate track free to all railroads capacity 15 airs V loaded or unloaded under shelter J Vwv Shelter for one hundred and fifty wagons stable fjf room fcr 300 horses T Open day and night iy3Ve have sold an interest to the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Com paiiy who are represented by Mr B F Buckley ofBourbon County one ofthe most experienced tobacco warehousemen inthe state Strict personal attention paid to the receiving grading assorting andselling of each individual crop whether loose or in hogsheads Ifnecessary we can devote one floor to loose leaf and one to hogs head tobacco throughout the season Call and see us and be fully convinced where to sell your tobacco either loose leaf or inahogsheads The Central Kentucky Tobacco Warehouse Co Incorporated Lexington Kentucky u The Soon r To Be- Married Man Should come here and see how he will not have to give up any of his bachelor comforts if he chooses his new furniture here If you are here bring your prospective bride to help y restfulourocker for herself a comfortable arm chair for yourself and a cozy t f j 4t sofa or both Ecton Hardman Citizens National Bank Paid tipCspital 100OOC Surplus 151000 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS We will give you courteous treatment and attend promptly and carefully to all business entrusted to us J D Simpson Pres A H Hampton Cashier 3V E Phillips V Prts J W Poynter Asst Cashier- Read The Newsr r r ViRDEN Mr Murry Pace is on the sick TMissCity shopping Saturday Smith Potts of Winchester visited friends and relatives here Saturday and Sunday ohiiInight and all report an enjoyable time Several crops of tobacco has been stripped in this neighborhood during the last season if John D Patton of Clay City via ited his cousin Enis Patton one day last week Aulton Roberts of Clay City vis ited here Sunday afternoon C C Clemons sold to Greelie Snow den 45 shocks of fodder for 10 cents per shock The little sixyearold child of F DV Curtis has recovered of a severe JHwere in our town Monday buying tuij ptpKillis Ware was in Clay City Stturday on business t- One lot of suits sizes 34 to 44 sold for 10 and 1250 to close ow at 750 It will pay you to sec these suits Vie Bloomfield C- o1282L MRS GREEN TO ENTERTAIN lIthe Euchre Club on Thursday after FortytpIIt one touch of nature makes tk whole world kin certainly the peanu is a toach that makes men pigs chlck ens sows all appreciate at one tim the real delights of that neversatisfy ing tidbit the peanut rs O Spurious Superiority Dr Johnson said ofa certain Mr Kendrick Sir he is one of the men who have made themselves publIc without making themselves known That Is to say all his fame rested on attributes he did not own but pos rpeased only as the jackdaw in the fa1il e stuck the peacocks feathers lnh19 taU w tGOODFEEDS FOR OATS After many experiments at a government station it was decided by experts that oilmeal and cottonseed meal is an excellent substitute for oats A report of the experiment follows First The health spirit and endur one of work horses were the same when fed corn with a moderate amount of oilmeal or gluten feed or cottonseed meal as when fed a corn and oats ra ratioimial maintained the weight flesh and appearance of the horses fully as well us and with less expense than the one of similar nutritive value composed of corn arid oats Third With corn at 50 cents a busing oats at 40 cents and oilmeal at rny- r FINE BBED PERCHEBON By courtesy of Iowa State college 32 per ton the average saving in the dally expense of feed for each work day amounted to 16 cents by the use of weal in the place of oats FourthA brief trial of nlnctyouo days with gluten feed indicated that while it was capable of giving good reIsuits the ration containing it was as pulatableas the oilmeal ration and cost a trifle more per pound when gluten feed was worth 28 a ton Fifth Cottonseed meal gave somewhat better resultipnthe whole than oilmeal Tile ration containing was fully as palatable and as efficient in maintaining the health and weight of the lprses It was less laxative and a little cheaper with cottonseed meal at OatonISixth With corn at 50 cents a bushel and oats at 40 cents oilmeal had a value of fully a ton for feed ing to work horses with cottonseed meal worth a trifle more still At the usual prices of these feeds their use resulted in a substantial lowering of the cost of maintaining the hordes SUCCULENT LAMB FEED Gains May Be Realized When Cheap Corn Is Available Recent experiments brought out the fact at a government station that with corn at ordinary prices cheaper gains on lambs may be made with dry feed with roots or silage When corn and silage are low in price the gains made with silage are a little cheaper than those made with dry feed The largest total gains were made by the lambs getting sugar beets and the finish of Ihl810t was also a little better The lot getting turnips and cabbage required tbe largest amount of dry matter for each 100 pounds gain Silage and dry feed came next The least amount of dry matter wlisI required where sugar beets and man gels were fed The chief objection to mangels and sugar beets is the large amount of band labor required to ralscI them Give thC1lf Plenty The calves should be well fed butI a Jot Of calves are fed to death Four quarts of skinmiilk a day is enough for a fourweeksold calf As soon as any sign of bowel complaint shows In the droppings rt4luceVthe quantity of milk Olve a calf all the hay and branI It will eU and let it run on grass but do nut overfeed on skiinuiilk The calf tun Is reared naturally gets only ii small quantityof milk at a time and hi wild cow does not sites much at any time ITHE SHEPHERD Caring For the Newborn Lamb If you huu lamb thoroughly chilled Jnst after being born put him in n tub of warm water aud pour a teaspoonful of gin In u pint of hot water down his throat This will quickly put him on his feet Dipping Trough at Small Cost A trough for dipping Iambs can be made for very little expense and no oaetA tank VI feet long 4 feet deep and feet wide Is big enough for lambs an- growuaninals Importance of Skin Color Look at the rams skin Is it a brigh- cherry color It not It should be A bright cherry a ood indication of perfect twalth lfMJrT Wtte the ram is going out of iiilltloir white ski Is ordinarily infected with parasites byPricesD ewe lambs because you are offered a good price for lupin Remember If jpu sell your beet your flock is onl trvukRned thereby r AI c Do You Open Your Mouth Like a young bird and gulp down whatever foodor medicine may be offered you Or do you want to know something of the cornrpetition and character o which you take into your stomach nether as food or medicine Most intelligent and sensible people nowadays insist on knowing what they employ whether as food or as medicine Dr Pierce bclisves they have a perfect right to INSIST upon such knowledge So he publishes broadcast and on each bottle ivrapper what his medicines are made of and verifies it under oath This he feels he can well afford to do because the more the ingredients of which his medicines lIre made are studied and understood thejmore will their superior curative virtues be frequentheadacheDr Pierces Favorite Prescription is a most efficient remedy It is equally effective in giving strength to nursing mothers and in preparing the system of the expectant mother or babys coming thus rendering childbirth safe and comparatively painless The Fa vorite Prescription is a most potent strengthening tonic to the general system and to the organs distinct feminine in particular It is also a soothing and invigoratingnerv ine and cures nervous exhaustion nervous prostation neuralgia hysteria spasms chorea or St Vituss dance and other distressing nervous symptoms attendant upon functional and organsA of practice recommendeach of the several ingredients of which FavoriterPrescription is made for the cure of the diseases for which it is claimed to be a cure You mayread what they for yourself b Yrsending a postal cardrequest for a free booklet of extracts from the leading to Dr R V Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute Buffalo N Y and it will postIts to experiment with new or but slightly tested med icines sometimes urged upon the afflicted as just as goodor better than U Favorite Prescription The dishonest dealer sometimes Insists that he knows what the proffered fsubstitute is made of but you dont and it is decidedly for your interest that you should know what you arc taking into your stomach and system expecting to act as a curative To him its a difference of profit Therefore insist on having Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription PiercesCommon r 17 r QaysO XMas LEFT NOTHING 10 FAMilY Will of Mrs Eddy Not to Be Read ThursdayEstate is Estimated at 2000000 BOSTON Mass Dec RThat Mrs Mary Baker Glover Eddy head o fthe Christian Scientest Church left none of her estate estimated at nearly two million dollars to rela tives was gathered from a remark made Wednesday night by Judge Clifford P Smith first reader of the Mother Church who sail Mrs Eddys will isnt to be read Thursday asit contains absolutely nothing which would be of interest to any of the members of her fam ily He made no statement as toywhat portion of the estate which may go to the church Three years ago at the time of the suit by her socalled next friends Mrs Eddy set aside a trust fund of 125000 for the benefit of the three children of her son George W Glover in Lead S D while later in No vember 1009she made a complete settlement with her help with the understanding it was generally believed that there should be no eon test over her will At this time the trust fund was in creased to 175000 and settlement was made upon other heirs approxi mating 225000 Since the death of Mrs Eddy her son George W Glover has said be would not contest the will One lot of suits sizes 34 to 41 otidt at r pay you see these suits Vic Bloomfield Co 12S2ttr VVFOR SALE Storm fronts bunny rugs and ton colnd weatherI Origin of Fairy Tales Fairy tales ama made out ot the LowelLy r Gold Stamps Given Away We are giving Gold Stamps for each and every article you will buy at our store dur ingour November and December Sale and we are offering our stock of Clothing and Shoes to sell at reduced prices Now is a b good chance for you to get your Gold Stamp Premium A few of Best Bargains Selz 300 Shoes now250Se1- z 500 Shoes now 350 Crawford 350 Shoes now300Ladies and Misses and Childrens Shoes atcost Ball Band 1st Quality Overshoes and Felt Boots are our leaders We guarantee all our goods to give you pi rfect sat r isfaction We will convince you by giving us a call Harris Friedman14 Main Street Winchester Ky w Y f 1 Have not coughed once allday Yetyou preXf doctor about keeping Ayers Cherry Pee Your doctors approoal of flyers Cherry Loral in the house Then when the bard Pectoral will certainly gel all doubt at rest cold or COUgh first appears you have a Do as he says He knows io pSfc doctors medicine rirht at bandI A Great Assortment Of Christmas GoadsVWe have made unusual preparations for our Holiday Trade The largest arid most complete stock of- T in Central can be seen in fourAll Christmas Good s displayed this1 week Imported Mechanical Toys Games of all sorts Bicycles Cameras Skates Stefcipticops Mirrorscopes and hundreds of other articles Dont fail to visit our store when in Lexington lc DCalioway CO Successor to T B Dewhui r l46rW Main Street Lexington Ky Ar