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J ii 1 J EDITION1 II VOLUME 5 NO 46 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY IFRIDAY DECEMBER 9 1910 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK 1r PROCEEDINGS OF- CITYCOUNCIl r Little Business of Importance Was Transacted and Much Time Was Consumed in Discussing the City Hall tThe City Council met Thursday night pursuant to adjournment last Friday night and finished the work which had come before them There was very little business of import ance transacted and a great deal of nbuildingand Mrs Amanda Rice offered the deeds to the lots on Lexington avenue to the Council and stated that they wore willing to take the bonds in pay pdropped pMayorthe meeting and all the Couijcilraen t ilere present with the exception of MtvGorge Hon who is away on bus iuess and Mr C G Bush who was ill r propertyiiers pJohnoft o fthe auditing committee but no action was taken s City Attorney F II Haggard was directed to confer with Mr J M Stevenson and if possible reach a settlement with the widow of George Hume the colored coati who mer killed at the rock quarry last wasI v Property owners Burns avenue pjfered the city an alley running from p upturn avenue to Lexington avenue lA d asked that it bq macadamized jThe alley was accepted but the Qpun cil did not think best to macadamize it The saloon license of Talbott Ramsejy Were ordered Vansferrcd toG M Ramsey Mrs Carrie Buckner asked thai part of the taxes paid by her be rebated and made affidavit that the val iie of her property had been increases from 3000 to 4000 without haCijig been notified to appear before then tax supervisors The matter wa referred to the grievance committee lCtothe E T Lewis Company andcol lent for same Mr Wheat represent ijig the Harry Bros Company apd peared before the Council and en deavored to get them to take over the sewer pipe which the purchasint committee of the old Council con tracted for The matter has been iii the courts and at the last term decision was rendered by Judge J M Benton relieving the city of any responsibility Mr Wheat stated that the matter would be taken to theIi Court of AppealsbThe following accounts which wore r hjeld up at the last meeting to be investigated were allowed and ordercil paid u C 0 Railway Company 200 harles Hagan 210p Winchester Electric Supply L 550 litClark County ConstructionhCompany 24313 Standard Oil Company 5088 John W Crone 590GG tTotal 137118 10 BH MONEY i DISTRIBUTION NOW No Quorum of Board Meeting TuesI r day and Action is Deferred t- oabate Yet to Be Fixed LEXINGTON Ky Dec Theuc be no Christmas distribution foi 1tiYi membej ofthc Burley Toba e- oocietYsobl of 1909 this year for tiiCi district board of the society vlii h was to have met here Tues vftny toarrange for an immediate dis tlIhtit1011 of the money from the 20 000600 pounds which it isestimated have been sold up to date didnot Jiave a quorum and an adjournmnet vas taken without setting any date for another budbweather was said to be responsible fora quorum not being present some surprise was expressed that an ad journment was not taken until Wednesday or some other time in the near future when a quorum probably would be no explanation was officially given it wus currently under stood that it is found that the sales have been confined to so small a num z 4 THE WINCHESTER NEWS disIItdcthave left out so many counties that it would perhaps have caused more discontent than satisfaction and that the real reason absent members of the board were not at the meeting Tuesday was that but little of the pooled tobacco from their counties has yet been sold However efforts will be made to tasters the sales from those counties from which but little of the pooled tobacco has been sold and it is semiofficially stated that distribution of the money receive- may be expected some time in Janu ary The press bureau of the Burley Society Tuesday night gave out the following statementIBecause the executive board has been able to foretell when a rep resentative quantity of tobacco from the various counties will have been sold it has not been possible to fix a time for a distribution However the board expects that it will be to make an equitable dis in January It has been im for a number of counties to in the sales thus far made thou h efforts have been to the clusiOn wOnlysponded to the roll call the eight members o fthe executive committee and nine other members of the district board being those who answered The board of control of the Tobacco Company also met but as the members ofthat board are practically the snipe as the Burley Tobacco Society nothing could be done at that meeting either and it was accordingly adjourned E OFFICE lit MAY of MUVfD Rumor in Lexington That Consolida tion May Be Wade With L N Headquarters in Louisville LEXINGTON Ivy Dec bArumor is current in Lexington that the shops of the Lexington Eastern railroad at Lexington may be moved ow that the Louisville Nashville I1In has assumed control 6il thilt prop jilifc SJjenf fyficSf ff t the L bl Iiswith the L N in Louisville and while the L Ewill likely retain its present vaunt it is expected that the officials of that company maj become part and parcel of the official family of the L N It is said to be a certainty that the management of the L N to take care of all of the proposeBI Punals of the L E It however that the L E will behcIeafter operated under that name and not as the L N The changes or transfers of the officials of the L f Eo miry mode the first ci of January so the report had it It was stated at the office of Gen N eral Manager W A McDowell of the B that no ofliqial notice of any such move even being contemplated been made to the localoffices Mr McDowell himself was not in his office but the statement given was made by an attache WIDOW ROBBID AND CRfMATED a Police Are Positive That Her For tune of 49000 Was Stolen and Her Body Burned- CLEVELANDOhio Dec flThe- o of Noble county after spending the day in investigation are pos Hive that Mrs Minerva Williams widow rc ue years old whose charred Oljwas found in the ruins of her bunied home near Kennetts burg Wayne Township Wednesday morning was murdered by robbers who fired the house after obtaining 49000 concealed in it Relatives of Mrs Williams that she always had that amount of money in the house in an iron strong box Search for the box in the ruins has proved futile For five Years past the aged widow had refused to have anything to do with her relatives and had lived the life ofa hermit Her body burned ton crisp wns found in the ruins at the spot ivlieilmen bed had been lo = cated WOR1US RECORD H j Rene Barrie of France Flew More Than 16 Miles in 10 Minutes an 55 15 Seconds 9Ade Wednesday laftenioon when Rene Barrier of France flew more than 16 miles in 10 minutes rued 55 15 seconds thereby winning a prize of 5000 offered ba Memphis news paperBarrier traveled at an average rate of 8793 miles an hour The previous record over a closed course was es tablished by Leon Morane at Rhcims last August In this flight a speed of 65 miles an hour was attained lIe outwinged John B Moisant who blazed the way over the course by nearly eight minutes Both used Bleriot monoplanes The flights qf Barrier quid Mpisjint ytleulationsof ontgome1yllPark QHenalong the Mississippi to Presidents Island four miles to the south and back 16 the starting point Barrier ascended at just 2 minutes and 35 seconds after 2 oclock Describing uniform spirals he rose to a height of 3500 feet Then he darted westward over the housetops of the suburbs and in three minutes vat lookin down on the skyscrapers of the TToivjitown district Atre ttiunin point eSpifel edWPJf1o fe ullli www tJl f o ic iTejheaded cast landing at133 jmnutfl 30 15 seconds after the hour PREVALENCE OF- wiCKEDNESS Chicago is Shown By Review ofN thee Police Bureau of Records It5 Dccl 9rEli fiiocn miii lets vero cofuniihed in Lineage slur ing November This astonishing report of the prevalence of crime was contained in the monthly review of the police bureau of records submitted to Chief Steward Wednesday by Sergeant Horace Elliott As far as the records show no sin gle months crime record in ChichfC was ever so extensive as this The report further showed that 3P lost their lives in street gar and railroad accidents during Novem ber and nine persons died as the re sell of automobile and carriage ac iineand insane received pohuf attention during November Of thi number 142 cases were fatal Although the number of murder automobile killings ando tllcr crime are constantly increasing it is difficult to secure a conviction or an offender in prison because of theoI parole law GENTLEMEN give your wife a nice buggy robe or heater for a Xmas present so you can use it yourself see J M Woods Fri93t NOTICE- I will not pay any bills charged to me without an order from me B II Talbott 1292wksI COURT OF APPEALS REVERSES DECISION Of Jessamine Circuit Court in the Case of FB Taylor et al Against J M Betts t il FRANKFORT Ky Dec 9The tjdrys won a victory Thursday when the Court of Appeals reversed the judgment of the Jessamine Circuit Court in the case of F P Taylor et al against J M Betts ct aland held that the local option election- in that county was invalid The opinion was written by Commissioner Clay The wets won in a local option elec tion held in Jessamine county last spring by a majority of 35 votes and the drys contested the election on the ground that the special registra tion was not tell five days prior to the election as provided by law but less than five days before the elec Hon Holding that the Kentucky Statutes prohibit theV use of the Holy Bible as an emblem on election ballots the Court of Appeals reversed the judg iiidcase vs wick In this election the drys had won by a decided majority and the judgment is reVersed because the drys usedas their emblem the open Bible The emblem of the wets on the ballot wasa bottle of whiskey a glass and protruding from the glass was the head of a snake with its pronged tongue sticking out opinionpressly prohibited the use of the Bi ble as an emblem anti thatt he emblems used in the election were prejudicial When the case was tried in the Powell Circuit Court one of the witnesses testified that an election officer told hint Illtif he wanted to go to Heaveii lie must put his mark under he bleuInd that if he wanted to gd to he only had to put his marl un Jer UIQ Kettle of whiskey A man of other witnesses testified to similar remarks one of them saying he was on the side of the wets that he was afraid not to put his mark under the Billie for fear God wouldstrike him dead DESIRE TO SEE HIS LIIILE CHILD Brought Walter Haljja Defaulting IBahkv Itj1Prison rINEW YORK Dec 9It was a longing to hold in his arms his baby which he never had seen that broughtM Walter A Halla teller back to New York and prison He surrendered himself Wednesday confessed theft of 44000 from the Herald Square Branch of the Green wich Bank and was remanded foi sentence er Hall whois 24 years old fled from ly ew York last July and wandered about Canada he said bettinglolIt horse races When he Ihc bAby arrived This longing tonsee the child made his exile miserable He sent 500 to his wife which a she turned over to the bank Later he said he sent 1000 to her but she told the police Wednesday that she never received it When he could resist no Hit lcamerendered 15900 which he said way nil he had left of the moony he had taken BLIND BOY KEEPS v 5 W 111 UP WITH STUDIES w To Such An Excellence That Teacher Does NotRealize That His Sight is Impaired RICHMOND Ind Dec 9TotalMblind and able to keep up studies in school only through a most remarkable memory and rehearsaldthe things he had been previous to losing his sight was the condition a in which Ralph the tenyear old son of John Bales was found by a Dr J E King County Health Officer n his inspection cf the Dltcn Tcvn a ship School Considering the condition of the boy his achievements in school arc looked spoil with amazement For the last year and a halfwith abso lutely no use of his eyes whatever he has maintained good standing in school and has pursued his studies with such creditable results as too lead the teacher Samuel Lamar in to believing liis eyesight was not seriously impaired It is doubtful if another case of the kind has been recorded in the educational annals of the country Charles 0 Williams Connie Sup ernt iHlent of Instruction will make an effort to have the boysent to the State School for the Blind- AUDITORIUM Forgiven n splendid drama just released by Selig gives a natural impression of domestic life and ex perience with the moralwe should be slow to anger and quick to forgive Another good picture on the bill is an Essanys entitled the count that c6untedJ a beautiful story of the golden West WINNfR WEARS 700 SMllf Accomplishment of 32 Meals of Quail and Wine in 32 Nights Wins Wager CHICAGO Dec 9 George Raz akles ate the lust bit of broiled quail sipped the last quart of champagne pushed back his chair and then smiled a r700 smile as he gazed about atI other diners in a downtown restaurant Razaklcs had just gone through this same program for 31 preceding The accomplishment of his thirty second nieal ofwail and wine in an equalnumber of nights made him the winner of a 700 wager Now I will bet 1000 I can eat 32 more quail in the next 32 nights said lie You could not bet wilh me on any proposition said the proprietor of the restaurant axt JiOsfe qxpensc the quajl and wino were served WAS NOT IN REFORMATORY Mother of Murdered Man Calls Lawyer a Liar Who Spoke Evil Wcrdc of Her Son- VINCENNES Ind Dec 9Insisti- g that Memo jfgore banker anr GilIumar Wednesday afternoon closed for tin defense in the murder trial Iiiman went into a lengthy discus of insanity finally picturing oore as a monomaniac a person in sane only on one subject yielding tt 1whonible Mrs Gibson the grayhaired moth of the murdered man became great excited when Attorney Kessinger for the defense charged that her salt hndeen the inmate ofa refonna turnIink towarcMhe crowd in the cYIiroom and again toward the lie Its a lie a he 1lit I Mrs Gibsons eyes filled withtcI and her mouth twitched as she lis tene with bated breath to the awfu nietire painted of her deceased son HOBBLE SKIR- TPROVESUSEFUl Mrs Laura Scott of Kansas City Was Saved from Being Robbed B Wearing Freakish Garment CHICAGO Dec 9Here is how the poor despised hobble skirtthe garment reviled by two continents a woman giving the name o rs Laura Louise Scott of Kansas City from being robbed of near 1 The freakish garment torn am- isheveled nod looking anything but freak of fashion appeared in Judge Newcomers courtroom Wednesday a witness against the alleged robber Mrs Scott who swept into tlu Harrison Street Station clothed likt modistes model made time assertion that her Kansas City hobble was the only thing that prevented Joseph Berman a taxicab chauffeur from obtaining all her ready cash She claims he drove her all over tIn Southside and then took her in hii cab to Jackson Park held her up and after a hard fight robbed her f 120t The t tiobbleKisave thVf other 800 that she had concealed in a lisle thread bank J3erman was held t the grand jury in default of 3 000 bond- GARMENT WORKER- SEVERELY BEATEN Miss Hannah ONeill Was Felled a Blackjack and Kicked By a Un ion Man- CHICAGO Dec 9Strikinggar meat workers numbering between 40000 and 50000 the West Side streets Wednesday and lick many meetings including the wind up at the National League Baseball Park where President Murphy pro vided 75000 sandwiches and coffee for all The line of march was closely guarded by police and extra details were on call but there were no outbreaks except when watchman were taunted at the clothing shops Miss Hannah ONeill a nonunion garment worker was severely beat en Wednesday by a picket who slip peel up behind her and felled her with a blackjack lIe was beating and kicking her in the body and face when bystanders drove him away Earlier in the day 20 nonunion workmen coming from Eastern cities were mobbed at time LaSalle street station and badly beaten A riot call brought the police and the bruised and crippled arrivals were taken to a hotel when the mob disappeared The parade was remarkable for sev eral things Although red flags had been forbidden by the police the women wore red hats and the men flam ing red ties Bands played the Marseillaise and the long line of marchers sang it on the many tongue all except English Time banners were chiefly in Yiddish Polish and Bohemian and every language was heard except English IS KID TO GRAND JURY Kate Buckner Colored Gives Bond in the Sum of 300 Charged With Robbery The examining trial of Kate Buck ner for assisting in robbing a tflrilir man on last September of gear y 300 Princess Dudley was arrested in Cincinnati last Saturday for rob bing the man and in her confession implicated Kate Buckner Judge F P Pendletou after hearing the tes timony held her over to the grand jury which will be in session again Monday Her bond was placed at 300 which she gave WILL LOCATE 1 a WINCHSlEI Vlr W P Sandhie Who Represents RobcrsonNorton Dry Goods Com- o pany of Louisville to Move Fam ily Here Messrs N R Ratliff and Vie b Bloomfield Friday morning leased thIlJ property of Mrs Will Young on lege street to Mr W P Sandhie o Richmond who will move his famih to this city next week Mr Sandhii is the traveling representative of th RobersonNorton Dry Goods Coin pang of Louisville- DEATH OF ML JAMES WHAlEY Was Father of Mrs Joe Adamson of Maple Street and Uncle of Mrs Jeff Ratliff Mr James Whaley df Sharpsburg aged 90 years died Thursday night of complications incident to old age Mr Whaley was the father of Mrs Joe Adamson on Maple street am an uncle of Mrs Jeff Ratliff on Burns avenue in this city Mrs Adamson and Mrs Ratliff left Friday at noon to attend the funeral WORK ON SEWRS 0HAS BEEN RESUMED- Large Force of Men Are Busy Laying Pipe in the Open Ditches 5stemIon was largethlaying of pipe in the ditches opened will be rushed and work will be stop ped then until in the spring The wag of a yellow dogs tailis More men have been ruined by schemes than y bad companyI I SG00GXDO5XS 3G 3eXDSQ33 I WEATHER gFair Friday Night and Saturday S Warmer S MILS TO PUT 1 IN APPEARANCE No Check Has Been Received By Superintendent Lanter With Which to Pay the TeachersiNo check had been received by Superintendent J E Lanter Friday morning with which to pay the coun ty teachers Saturday The check was due to arrive here the middle of the week and should be for 407884 The amount this month is dpubh that of any of the previous months on at count of the fact that two months salary is due the teachers SUFFERING FROM STRANGE HS ElevenYearOld Son of Mr Charles Irvine Believed to Be Victim of Softening of the Brain The elevenyearold son of Mr Charles Irvine who lives near Hunt is in a serious condition and tlyj do tors in attendance are puzzled as to the cause Last week a sister of the little bcv let a heavy piece of iron fall while they 1wereplaying together ana it struck him in the head At first it was not thought that the boy was hurl much but litter in the week he wns taken ill and a physician was sum moned So far it has not been de tei muled the cause of the boys ill riiess but it is feared the bloorithc head has caused softening fithe brain WANTS SEARCH MAnE FOR HER FATIIR Little Girl Tells Police of the Absence of George TackettFamily is Destitute llI J ijiiin Ii JIioFniji zri mu fjmtnio aofurfliTB yrfi t t h 91J19 9t1TtRrl1nk oj i orl1ln 1iv un illS t tJHday last week without notifying any member of the family and nothing has peen hoard of him since The family lives in the northern section the city There are six small children in the family who arc in needy circumjjtan = ces and Miss Peddicord secretary fthe Associated Charities has looking after them since the departure of the husband and father DYNAMITE BOMB AKENS AESIDEN1tS Of ar hide Tenement District Explosion Shakes Floors and RaK ties Window Panes NEW YORK Dee 9 Residents of 30 blocks of East Side tenements were awakened early Thursday byau explosion which shook the floors and rattled the window panes with all the violence ofa mild earthquake Time center of the disturbance was on Fortyfifthstreet where for several hundred feet east and west the sound of breaking windows and falling plaster caused 200 tenement dwellers to tumble from their beds and flee in scant attire to the streets In the middle of the block a dy namite bomb had been exploded in the vestibule of an apartment house occupied mostly by Italians Luck fly the force of the explosion wasxmostly outward and none of the res idents was injured The fourinch plank flooring of the vestibule had ben cut through as with a knife and a hole four feet deep had been gouged out of the floor of the cellar tI away Time police were unable to inch anyone in time apartment who would ad mit having received a threatening letter The damage to the building was estimated at 3000 1iiE5TOo LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR RENT House of 7 rooms on Wheeler avenue near the College Price 16 per month Phone G0i3 or apply to M A Baxter 12S3t ri t c 1f I 7 r tft lJ if t iN yi c PaT = CJth hi 1rc hIfur n ft U U t WIKCHESIEINfWSi t t rAn Independent wsp ap II Published by The Winchester News Cot Incorporated RMce 09111 South Main Street Winchester Kentucky Dglly Except yn a Entered as secofidclassi matter J Nuvember 28 1908 at tho postoffice in Winchester Kentucky under the Act of March 3J 1870pJI Ibtk Won RMI t SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Mail- Dally one dear n 300 SiX Months 150 On Montjh 25 l J l Payable in advance 0ADVERTISING RATES plspiqy Per Inch I One time any edition 25 three timesj within one week 5f6 One week continuously 100 One calendar mOJ continuously 30 0 Four weeks 4 times a week 210 Pour weeks three time sai week 18 Fur weeks two times a week 120 Four weeks one time a week 75 je fnaNoticesPer Line Business notices body type7c Puro reading news heading 15c three continuous insertions of same item at double the onetime rate Classified Per Word Oneiinsertibn any edition I i Three insertions continuously 2 Each three Additional insertions1 c One calendar mo continuously 10c Nothing counted less than 10 words t Uo item charged on books s for less than 25 cents ti ia r fr SIlh I t iRISEIi7EaiFdRl dtlEl i B t ADVERTISING BY THE ll ic NRAL oFli S- ntza YOSX AND CHICAGO ir Unn 4SH3 II ALL TUP PRINCIPAL FRJDAY DECEMBER 9 1910 J CAN THE NEXT CONGRESS rJ SATISFACTORY1Iit L iABlFf caving out uie preliminaries me following is the Rational DeniqctatJ J ic plartfoimsctjv the tariff that was i 1908iI the tariff by the reduction of import K duties Articles entering into compe lition with trust controlled products S should placed upon the free list andmaterial reductions shall be ma in the tariff upon the necessaries of life especially upon articles con- rating8 with such American manu acturcs as are sold abroad more graduatedti educli jonsillScl other schedules as srty ttb restore the tariff to amu3o is x Existing duties have given W the manufacturers paper a shelter bc fi hind iliich they have organized com H binations to raise the price of pulp gaud of paper thus imposing a to niipon the spread of knowledge We H demand the immediate repeal of the 5 tariff on pulp print paper lumber H timber and logs and that these arti S clcs be placed upon the free list iA platform is the creed of the Iparty and is supposed to be binding Jlhc next Congress will be Democratic by a large majority the Senate near SDembcralic thqjplatformlof import duties This we construe to mean a general reduction on all merchandise that comes to this couri felry from an other country All the propioSitiOll I The second proposition is to put ton the free list all articles coming yin competition with trust made prod nicts One of the difficulties iu car ryiug out this proposition will be t determine just what are trustmade products Tobacco is controlled by a trust So is whiskey Also sugr rfwinch other articles the price are more or less controlled d by the trusts When it cones to tak ing the tariff from tobacco will the Congressmen fro mthe tobacco grow t ins districts favor it7The liquor WINCHESTER MANUFACTURING CO INCORPORATED trust is one of the most powerful in the country but eau the Congressmen who represent the whtekey nuufuj fucturiug districts aunt the corn growing districts rote for free whiskey and would free whiskey be accepted to the prohibitionists Can the thebcane and beet sugar sections vote for free sugar And will the Congrcss men representing tho lumber produc ing districts vote for free lumber Will the Congressmen from Kentucky vote foi free hemp11Tilt the Con I gressmen representing the cotton growing States vote for free cotton Will the Congressmen representing 0the sheepgrovmig sections vote for free woo17StOther things could be moutionec but these are enough to show the difficulties that the mijority in Con gross will have in franIiug a tariff law In the present tariff schedules Wet11mor a revision and a revision down ward We shed no tears over the ri suit in the Congressional races but we have serious doubts as to tit ability of a Democratic Congress to enact a more satisfactory tariff law than the one wenowlmve = flere is peifeett ogrewg the tarjj o t o o doing it r i tw IIf those dont want to dance with the Japan ese naval officers it is their business and whats the use making a fuss about it Deacon Callahan says that the killings in Breathitt nreuvcr Deac 7OtlS as iulc d bcsfrpc ple and mp t7sDeacoli Ci1Ciliaii i nteritidfetiti lhsibl3i18filfitae iWc have a tip tatt main offices o the L 43 rrtilroad under thu lii N management will he removed from Lexington River dams and battle ships art taking too lunch moucy Wo want a National system of road building hThere is a law against drinking on railroad trains but the boozers arc andtThis is the kind of weather that you can use cl storm front Call and ec what I am selling J 1Ilvoods vY Fri9r3t 6 h Rctl Siatoal iSi the best on the l u lcctsldb Roysc tBoonc 1251 Blighted Affections Now the ashes of my heart are en tombed in my breast as in a sepul- x cher of ice yet once that heart was formed of fire and burnt and raged until it perished self consumed From The Parricide Objection That Counted Mildred I take It for granted that your father objects to my coming to see you You do him an injustice Mr Snoodle Hes perfectly willing thateobjects Awfully disagreeable weath er isnt it Tea in London In 1658 That excellent and by all physicians approved China drink called by the Chinese tcha by other nations tay alias tee is sold aVthe Sultaness Head Cophee house In Sveetings Rents by LondonOldtLondon Nqwspqp er t fcv 1 For Blunted Scissors When your scissors become blunted and require sharpening fake an ordinary knife upon which place the scis stirs as if in the act of cutting By drawing the steel along the blades in this manner several times you will goodos MiraclesWhatever you yilisnue by which that shod shall come lest you indeed limit your good But make persistentlyregularlye horn se rYzs WE LOAD RIGHT UP the minute we receive an order for lumber We carry such a big stock that wecan meet aiyt requircmeh at a moments notice Order your next lumber here ancTyou will hae no delay on lhb job ht liapcoiuits aJfff when the cxpcuso mcehanitsT is considered LUMBER Californiab fAD THIS il l ALL WHO SUFFER FROM CATARRH SORE THROAT OR COLDS Millions of people throughout America have breathed HYOME1 pronounce it llighomc and now own n IIYOMEI Inhaler made of hard rubber If you own a IIYOMEI Inhaler no matter where you live you car get fa bottle of IIYOMEI at Phillips and drugirlsls everywhere for only r0c Ask for an extra bottle of HYO IIi yitjllhyoulor stuffed up head iu two minute + and stop hawking arid snuffing in J weekJust pour a few drops of IIYOMEJ into the inhaler and breathe it iu thats all Its so easy and so pleasant and so much more desirable than swal lowing nauseating drugs Breath Ilyomei over the inflamed membram o fthe nose and throat und its sooth ing healing action will be felt im mediately If you have not a IIYOMEI Inhal er get a complete HYOMEI outfit NWe This on vofitsltOOa idw5ti it comes a IIYOMEI Inhaler f1ii last itadetime and o gWtllto be ty- fidmplcet t falluly 11 c of III Ol EI write Boothsllyqmei Co feuffojb v Y Red Star coal is the best oa the market sold by Royse Bonne 125tf Fire Fire Fire Everybody tluesrcold days- destroys Not a conflagration which property but a snug bright mrlll9r in tire sitting room din lllg t ctcBu mgg Tintbhave winter home Comforts HTulT weight low puces and pronipt141c livery ly fen you trade lucre Let us send you a ton today BEDFORD TUTTLE Both Phones 305 Go toRo fse Boono and get a bail of the Red Stgs coal the let in town 12 ra if SAVED FROM AWFUL DEATH How an appalling calamity in his family was pievented is told by A D McDonald of Fayetteville N C R F D No S My sister had con sump lion he writes shewas vary seemed to grow weaker every day as all remedies failed till Dr Kings New Discovery was tried and so completely cured her that slue has not been itrotibled with a cough since Its the best medicine I ever saw Jot heard ifiror coughs colds Ih4 grippe asthma croup hemorrhage all bronchial troubles it has po equal 50c 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed bj Winchester Drag Company AN IDEAL XMAS GIFT Have sortie of those beautiful sejia photos made at Earps gallery Just the thing for your friends Dont de lay Christmas will be here before you realize it 1119 wkseod The mnu that was offered is cents for his 1910 tobacco and failed to sell is out behind the barn kicking himself SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson XIFourth Quarter For De011191 0 TERN TIONAL SERIE gHEf i fTex jQf the Lcesijn Matt xxvit 1550 Memory Verses 41 42 Golden Toxk Isar liir5tCommertary Prepared by Roy D M Stearns t have come to the Inst scene in IWe st event In history iiiid we can scarcely do more than rind It aud viriteft Vs weeu believe it firmly and our hearts can My All for tnL1for my sins He was wounded transgressions bruised for my Iniqui tlhs11e Bath redeemed me from the curse of the law beint made a curse for me Since the death of Abel all that have lived on the earth and have passed off It have with hut two excep tions gone by dying tint of all the millions upon millions of deaths there never was one like thus Of alt the others each died because of sin for there had been no death if there had been no sin Uut this man had no sin Ije jfnew Ho sin lie died for our sins All others had to die they cottld not help IL This man laid down his life tif his own Accord No ouecoutd take ill orb flers t this rajro livtid before the world vwIlltalked with Adam and Enoch and Xoah anil Abrahaiirand titpatriarchs with Moses and Joshua and David lie made them all anti ull things IIeva tt8d manifest in the tlesluHe still Uvesjind lie will come again and all who have ever lived niusrgive account to Him Let us re member these things as we meditate upon hum Tn the lesson of two weeks ago we left Him before Pilate accused by the Jews as an evildoer arid by them de liveredvto theIioman governor to be put to death He lead passed a sleepless night a night of the most cruel abuse at the bands of His tormentors It was now early morning and Pilate pe suodedtbax JiaivasjaaJluunccnt nfftnTTJaa nlade QVeTrtteu1pTS1bYeT Him for knew that for envy the ehfpries had etch art i tmvers tprisQnermight selecLfaiid he suggested that he should release Jesus who is called Christ His wife had sent him a message urringhim to tiara nothing to do with just maul for site had suf fered many things iu a dream because of Him Meantime the chief priests and elders were perusading the people to ask for the release of a very wicked moan a notable prisoner called Barab bits a murderer S3wlien Pilate made his seventh ntid last attempt to release Jesus and tskcd whether it should be Jesus brMsiRtbbas they asked for Barabbas Listen tPeter after Pente Ldstcbn JUrh1njj thiseye delivered Him up Slid denied Him in the pres ence of Pilate when he was determined to let Him go But ye denied the Holy One and the Just anti desired a mur derer to be granted auto you and killed the Prince of Life i Acts IlL 13 15 Whet Pilate asked What shall I do then With Jesus who is called Christ their united and persistent cry was Let hint be crucified Pi late then tool water and washed his hands before the multitude saying am innocent of the blood of this just person See ye to it Then they cried His blood be on us and on our cTilI dren versos 242il So Pilate willing to content the people released Barab bas scourged Jesus und delivered Him to be crucified What eau any follower of Jesus eta ieit iu a world whose highest civil and religious authorities so treated the Son worldReligionfor Jesus Christ than the Jews had respecttorHim for the sake of politeness and the devil is the one who is really worshiped and he is the father of lies anti a murderer Stay It you can and see what followed as the Holy One is de livered to their will After being scourged the soldiers strip Him put on Him a scarlet robe crown Him with thorns mock Him smite Him on the head spit upon Him remove the robe put Iris own clothes on Him and lead Him away to crucify Him At first He bore thecross then they compelled Simoiftbe Cyrenlan to hear It And so they go forth too malefactors led with Him to be put to death a great company following and some walling women to whom he spike some weighty words They rcJach Golgotha and quickly the cruel work Is The Son of led Is crucified and atitle placed over his head in Hebrew Greejr1 and jtip IC3 S OtrNazareth the Kliig of the Jews That was about 9 a m1ot the most awfliirday that earth1 eversaw They revJled Him as He bearig ny sins They railedHint i hey ifiHcSpd H fnt until about noon jiip simshontno longer and there tray darkness oivdr all the land uritU about J p m when He cried with a loud voice slid said Father Into Thy handy commend my spirit arid He was gtwo Thy earth quaked the rock rent rises wire opeuriL and in tie tejimj tlie city the veil which the ho from tQelmost lobfrElIPlllt twain fiohj the top t ldtrall the Scriptures fulfillrU liy tliesSfe events Give held tll Hfs s vfiti saxUig ftoin fthe cross nnd In tlitv first fhroe el forglreiiefu1ic unl lllre while here ni eanli waititig for dI kingdom to rouse L Fin sI First Grade Clothes fJII JLllnJ flbmrills ITrI t 1111 HI rJfld If There are several kinds readytowear clothes Spme arcanaUQ invat quantities to meet low price demand These arc the commercial kitKlJjV t Others even firstgrade clothesarliieumean but slight greater putla arc made for the man whofe easily pleased In these little attention is given to fit or finishes le is a negligible quantity Thats why it pays to get the best kind the fnesttif thc firstgrade clothes ApLEEROeHESTEMCLOTHES i- li Iri Intit1hes yotla aye atr4of the Ycrr iKlS s le 1 JfMgffttlCb fie firt ttaiJ8V fiMiSHi sti3h as only ltlasicrtci tsllIeuare capable plgiymgw lndsoitisnthnt Aertiocliestcr clotiiesVirrWtfrii by UienJfsl dressed j Rich the world over A lifelong saving ada better wardrobe will bji the result of your critical inspection of our Fall Stork tom Suits and Overcoats S1O to S3Q Special cut on several lines of nice new style suits Jv L For Holiday GiftsMens Silk Half Hose v 50cIMens Mufflers 50c to U IN r ns gloves 50c to 500 BcanbfulNeckwcar all of Fancy Color 5Qc and 75c Belts with watch fobs to match 100 Pajamas for men r ltyvQ 100 and 200 Sweater Coats 100 to 400 White Plaited Bosom Shirts SQl 100 and 150 Stetson Hats Soft and Derby L350 and 500 J H KEYESIM J m I WINCHESTER KENTUCKYh tl i MAR11ALLAbiPROC1AMEU In the Honduran Capital and the Larger Cities of the Republic and the HVC Jails Are Filled Gt1TE11 Tu1 CITY Dec Mftvtial law has been roclah gftie Honduran capital and the cries of the Republic and the jails ace filled with political prisoners Wholesale arrests of persons suspected of having some connection priSingtlCbeingltmnde p5linoNApnsfsenger deras without a passport signed by the Honduran consul at the point ofr sailing and the authorities are vigi hunt in following the movement of persons arrhyng from XcvOrlesJis and outer Gulf ports Advices received Thtiysday front fUtJ1CInrretterns j a former VicePresident nut it close friendof Bonilla r FnconSimcd reports say that Bonilla escupwbitTtxlpaseveral days prior to the issuance ofl the order and it is believed he Guittsias are en route to the United WE CArl IMAGINE jj YOUR AJISFAQT10 when you see the shirts collars un dcruear etc you sent lucre to bUt laundcicl You fhorJd hardly bc3 hove them to ctho sage garment rfcethfirstto wonder why yon had not seiiE us your laundry w0rk before Wli dny shall wVlerfd for oitrthinry3u Winchester Laundry c6lljI Tai States where they plan to organise a TdMoluUonaryjexpeditioH jyjain the Davila admiiustraiion I BCNlLLA PLOTTING PEVQLT i bRLEAS Tin Pry 9 Ac1 IXEW to advices received lie e Pgl4 icarpo Bonilln former President of iTTondnras is plotting to pverthrowJ President DHvija Hui agents arcjj said ta be sectuia anns and aramu jiition and the revolutionary mpvci melt has reached a point where au uprising may occnr at any minute Hf r r J I 4 j i 1 4 p c f c THE WINCHESTER NEWSliI ur IIFIRST ISecond 2500 Watch or Ring THE PHONOGRAPH SPEAK FOR ITSELF CeH BOW ENJeWele and 29 S Main St WINCHESTER KY DONT FORGET OUR PRESENT TO Y- OUSOCIETY dJ i Ie WillsAldridge The marriage of Miss Ida Wills and Mr Haley Aldridgc was beauti fully solemnized at the home of the bride in the county Wednesday after noon at three oclock Quite a large number of the friends and relatives were present to witness the ceremony which was clJ rrn 7FRev illlagloves to match Slit js the lovely daughter of Mr Geo Wills and greatly admired by a large circle of friends The groom is the son of Mr James Mason Aldridge and one of our most worthy young men Best wishes and congratulations are extended Good Man Returned Mr G B Garrctlwfrd ormcrry ran the a l l rr th Jcoonfor 1Tbnttcc6iy2 bfslf li8 b fghV RwtYto the Wades Mill neighborhood Mr Garrett is a most excellent man and we are glad to learn of his return Mt Sterling Advocate To Establish Lodge x Mrs JT Womack of Winchester is in the city for the purpose of RoyalNeighborsof West Liberty and vicinity West Liberty ConderIReturns to Old Kentucky Home Robert Clark for the past year 1 clerk in Kleins Department store hay returned to his old home in Winches i to1 IIter Ky On Wednesday evening be fore leaving a dozen of Mr Clarks friends tendered him a very pleasant surprise at the apartments of J N Hutchinson where a farewell ban quet was served by the Busy Bee Restaurant A number of shorl were made expressing good wilfe6Wi foLM cijijgfc urns stay lieire nade a iof friends Elkins ITa Inter Siontitam1 li Wedding Anniversary Mr and Mrs W H Cooper were surprised with an elegant dinner on Sunday December 4 that being the 44th anniversary of their marriage During the absence of Mr ami Mrs Cooper who were attending church at White IIalla sumptuous feast was prepared and upon then return was spread in splendid fash ipn and ffreatly Jred 7i1nnG Wfclittetfere present and the nffrrif tJelrguests Twyman Dock and Janie Cooper Sr- I II and Ellen Cooper and daughter Mary John and Glorenna Cooper Bun Coulee B C and Hester Fox George and Albert Fox B T and Kate Fox Milt Sajlic and Clay Fox Wm and Lizzie ITcndreson and baby Bluford Charley and Alta R Todd Meredeth and Betlie Fox JDand Fannie EtMr Thomas J Crockett who has been a student at the K YoC has returned to his home in Bath county BLACK CAKES t Dont disapoint the family by not having TT ons of our own famous Black Cakes for the CHRISTMAS DINNER We have all the materials you will need Seed Raisins Currants CitronI Lemon and Orange Peel Layer Figs Dates Shelled Pecans Shelled English Walnuts Valencia and Jordan Almonds Genuine New Orleans Molasses All Grades of Brown Sugar Enjoy One of The Seasons DelIcacIes MacNeill Weathers Both Phones 40 r YOU ARE URGED TO CALL EARLY AND INSPECT OUR LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS Everything in Brass beautiful Dolls best line of Hand Bags Fancy Clocks 75 cents Furs of all kinds new stock Umbrellas new Neckwear Crepe and Fancy Scarfs Handkerchiefs for men women and children Silk Hose Mens Socks Perrin Kid Gloves for 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 Bilikiri craze Ih 1t WearkDEPARTMENT 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 VJ s h IIll 811 11 11 CLIFTON BI ROSS G Wt i j to tike up agricultural industry Mr friil1dshereJ Embr of this county is now located at Pacific Washington where he is doing well Mrs Nannie Clarkof Paris spent the week with relatives here Dr James N Smithcrs the popular pharmacist at Strodes is on the sick list Miss Pearl Buchanan is visiting relatives in Bourbon county Omer Booth and Miss Nancy Minor both of this county were married Wednesday December 7th Ira Weldon and Miss Viola Rucker were married Wednesday December 7th at the home of rtlie brides ents Mr andMrsWfJ Thicker near RuckervillerBMrs now 1ld Hampton Floyd Day nnd Miss Margaret Day were Sunday visitors at Mt Sterling Irs Jennie Delaney Bush who has been laid up with a sprained ankle for two weeks or more is out to Royse Boono and get a road of the Red Star coal the best in town 125tf OFFICE LEASED terilMr 1fR Ratliff Friday morning leased the room in his building on Lexington avenue formerly occu pied by Mr R R Batson as a liar ness shop to Mr John King who willconduct a printing shop SELLS HOUSE AND LOT Mr Vie Bloomfield sold a house and lot on Clay street to J A Frazier for 125 and other considerations TAYLOR WANTS PURE FOOD LAW TO COVER TOBACCO WASHINGTON Dec OSc11atol Taylor of Tennessee introduced bill Thursday to extend the provisions curl regulationsof the National purr food 1awto tobacco in whatever form it may be offered for sale One lot of suits sizes 34 to 44 sold for 10 and 1250 to close out at 750 It will pay you to see these suits Vic Bloomfield C- o1282t SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS OUR HOLIDAY GOODS Are daily arriving Come in and inspect them ManyI novelties in Sterling SilverBros Sign of Big Watch 54 S Main St WINCHESTER KY Save Time by Telephoning When a man feels the necessity of being in two places at the same time he goes to the nearest telephone and sends his voice By having the service of the EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATEDI youhaventCall our manager f r full information MRS GREEN ENTERTAINS Is Hostess For the Euchre Club on Thursday Afternoon and Couples Club in the Evening Mrs George Green entertained the Euchre Club on Thursday afternoon in a hospitable and charming man Her The house was decorated in nar cissus chrysanthemums and poinset tars and the effect was rich and beautiful On the mantel stood handsome vase handpainted in narcissus and containing a great cluster of the same blossoms A delicious menu consisting of old ham beaten biscuits fruit salad scalloped oysters handed in silver baking dish frozen claret punch cof fee and sandwiches was served Mrs Green was assisted in enter taming by Mr Green Minter Arthur Green and Mrs J M Jenkins- In the evening Mrs Green was hos tess for the Couples Forty two Club and entertained the members in an inimitable manner After several hours at the game which were of great social enjoyment a menu sim afternoonwithballs rolled in grated nuts clam ag nins and old ham was partaken of by guestsMrs is a charming hostess and the parties on these occasions were delightful in every detail U D C MEETING Time Daughters of the Confederacy will meet with Miss Featheringill on Maple street Saturday afternoon at 2 oclockLOne lot of suits sizes 34 to 44 sold for andtorclose o 1at750 JtralLpay auLJp see t1W mJfRJe Co 3ii1 OYIICI fl3VI rt REPAmIG If your organ or sewing machine needs repair call on or write to 27 New street Winchester Ky E T phone 1532 D B SIMPSON See Royse Boone before buying your feed 2We handle 4ha best in town 125tf t if g t1 i1ft Urn i l ire It That i1 rove A Life Long Fnena Beautiful Furniture is Largely a Matter ot Proportion of good lines of sincere treatmentyet these things add nothing to the cost of manufacture It is a mistaken iHthat low priced furniture must lack dignity and good taste and quality need not necesarily be missing if you go to a store that has a name for square dealing The offerings here are built upon the oldfashionedbut goodrules of workmanshipthey are built for service and will yield a lifetime of comfort Furniture Carpets and Draperies that will prove a loyal friend to your childrens children because every piece is 0 made on honor It pays to buy good Furniture good Carpets and good Draperies Furnitu eHentY H Hall Undertaken WINCHESTER KENTUCKY 4 i r Rtt ei l iiii Pane Four i IIl h THEWINCHESTFR NFWS ii p Hp 5rmi t t OMYRGAIN COUNTER TOMORROW YOU WILL Find Thfe Fallowing Good hJ AT SPECIAL LOVV PRICES 4 wMe p tpr 8s Shirts Mens Corduroy Coats and Pants Mens Suspenders Mens Heavy Fleece Lined Underwear Mens Lined and Untried Gloves Mens Heavy Woolen Shirts Mens Work Shirts Mens Shoes Comforts Blankets Ladies Skirts and Cloaks Come to My Store T fmorrowifljVouWanttoSave Money J EStreetWinchester Ky L VLQ1ATIUN oF ANTITRUST lAW U S Circuit GqUrt Declares That There is No General Conspiracy in Restraint of Trade PIULADEIvPIIIA Pa DQC 9The United States Circuit Court for the Eastern Distiict of Pennsylvania Thursday declared that there is nc gfinernl conspiracy among the anthra cite coal carrying railroads and coal Gompuniqs to restrain trade or com merce or to monopolize tile trade 01 to maiiitaiu certain prices but it di decide that the Temple Iron Company is a combinations of anthracite con cnrrvins railroads in violation erit tin Sherman antitrust law nitptiieti 1ipjnnctjpnlion from continuing ni violation oJ the act The sum and substance is that the Government wins only one of the several points that in the Temple Iroi Company case and that the defendants will not be compelled to changi the present pncUJdf coal as a result qf the courts decision otleorgcWilliam M La lining last February Three opinions were handed doivai late Thursday afternopn and each differ from tlieafttliet Yg i 4iJudge pray MfslaUiYif the Govczjn nL cs rt t1 trn la ling to the Tem i o which he 8iistoiriTCTHrflAH If 4 fv Judge Buffingffiifr dtsmJsW All the charges except the ofteV against the Temple Iron Company and the one re lating to the 65 per cent contract ex isting between tlie big corporations anti the indSpeiident coal companies he sustaining the charges of violation of law on these two points Judge Lanning dismissed all the charges mhde by the Government The snrsrfiicdiTTJunB1907 during President Jfyesm el tfS lodmin istration Tie s a11tJilltIir he- Phi1aclelphinlf li lie Lehigh Valley Railway the Delaware Lnckavranna tL Western Railway the Central Railway of New Jersey the Susque61nnahaflelphia and Reading Coal ahd Iron Company the Lehigh Valley Coal Company the Lehigh and Wilkes bflrre Coal Company the Penns han ia Coal Company the Hillside Coal end Iron Company the New York Susqiielmnna Western Goal Com pany the Temple Iron Company and about 40 individuals or sot Jlcf1 in dependent coal companies The three other anthracite coal carrying railroads were not involved the suit as they were not competi tors in carrying anthracite to tide water They are the Pennsylvania Railroad the New York Ontario Yesteni and the Delaware Hudson The form of decree to be issued in ihe case of the Temple Iron Company will be token up later by the court Governiileard The case which probably willnow e taken to the Supreme Court of he United States was hard fought Following the filing of the suit in 1907 an examiner was appointed and ibout two years were spent in taking testimony on both sides Four were given up to argument in the tlaysI er part of last February- J C Reynolds who is in Charge of several other trust prosecutions Fpr the Government argued for the Department of Justice and JohnR Johnson of Philadelphia was the jIuefplQader of the large group oft ittolmeys fvrthe defense XMAS CAKESr3 Sc hoE RB1dCompafTStf fore buying your fruit cakes for Christmas 1273 FREE FREE FREE Beautiful 1911 calendars the WalkOver Lady to all who visit our store Saturday December 10th We cannot hive them to children ALLAN MURPHY 129lt riSSFULOPERATIONI Dr Gen P Clark performed Kry successful operation on the little c1augl r f Gordon for adenoids ThursdayThe little girl Is getting on very nicely Christmas GUtSConsisting of Beautiful Bropches Cuff Buttons Jabot Pius Lockets Neck Chains Watch Fobs Bracelets Shirt- Waist Rings Tie Clasps Scarf Pins Clocks Watches Silverware and Glass are to be found at the New Jewel pricesC111t guaranteed CHAS A CAFER I HERSJEWELER RED STIR The quick burning big block long flame Red Ash palthe best domestic fuel we guarantee every loa- dROYSE OOONE Wlncliester Both Phones 7 Peoples State BankPAID UP CAPITAL 10000000 Hh Surplus Fund 2000000 In our short history of a few years we have hilt up a bust proudWe because of the volume to which it has already attained and the prospects for its future growth We ate gratified because we have established a reputation for fa r dealing with our customers and friends And we are glad that our customers are iu all parts of the city and coun ty and that we number our customers among the humblest a well as the rich depositors We would like very much to have you enlisted as one of our ustomers and cordially invite you to make us a visit and inves igae our facilities fpr doing an uptodate banking business t JOHN M HODGKIN Cashier J L BROWN Prcs L B COCKRELL V Pres t V 1 1 sr f1fk aiiEyixi ksy arr 744tw k tUJ 6r3-K 1 l PARTIES RUN NECK AND NECK Prospects Are That They Will Come Preciselythe LONDON England Dee 9 =At the close of thepolliug Thursday night in thegereralrelections the of Government the parties was as followsIe 147 Laborites 28 Nationalists45f Independent Nationalists 6 Total 22G Opposition Unionist 192 Tim fifth of the election ended with parties still running neck and neck aid withprpspectsMhat they will come under the wire in almost precisely the same relative position they held at the start We have the very best feed oh the market Come to see us before buy mg 12otf PASSES AWAYl IN WASHINGTON 11JjJ It WarormerG oWe W eBs t qown pfIrec a day announcing the death of L D S J Patton formerly one of the best known and most prominent citizens of Somerset Ky at North Yakima Yash Sir Patton who died last night is the fifth member of his fam ily to succumb from eating canned asparagus at a dinner party at his J home several days his wife his mother onfclhultltcjirS Frank his daiinhtcrshother ialattiilMrs JennitJiJtuh11 H aIng tijCf ithiuXhe lust few days while liia soninlaw Frank Kuhn is at the point of death All members of the family are widely known in Somerset and other Kentucky towns where they have numerous relatives Mr Patton was formerly one of the leading business men and best known citizens of Somerset where he conducted one of the largest furniture establishments in the mountain sec tion lie s a very successful bus iness man and left for the Western country on account of his health where he prospered from the and where he was recognized as IfI leader in busines iahd social circles of North Yakima SUGGESTED FORt lUPREM COURT It is Rnprejl TI i the Name of Senj Paynter Kentucky Will Be Men tioned to the President WASHINGTON Dec OIt was learned at the White House Thursday that the name of Senator T H Payn rr of Kentucky is among a number which have been suggested to the President for appointment to the QI ted States Supreme Court Af ter a conference wtih Senator Joseph W Bailey of Texas on Sunday last the report spread that one of the Suprejne court vacancies now exist na is to bq filled by a Democrat and that Mr Bailey Las been asked to onss upon several whom the Presi lent was then considering When this became known several Illinois men here who watched Sen ator Payntec eluting his service iq the recent investigation of Senator Lorimer at Chicago suggested the annie of the Kentucky jurist to Private Secretary Norton who declared that he would lay it before the Pres ident A CHRISTMAS PRESENT for the old or young isi a box of Low neys candy or a basketof fruit from Mrs ChasR Wests confec tionery 1278teod t d OPENING OF HAIR EMPORIUM Mrs Mann and Mrsr SaVery Announce to Ladies That They Are- Fully Equipped in Their New Bus- inesst ietoJIndl e emporium at 12 West Fairfax Win fuUycquwpedI Trail dressing f1 IIn i1 cd bhiwpf1 nbn Ian eniinS Marcellc waving Hair clipping ISMn tr tlI on baud a line of loose anifImanufactured rlrair Orders promptly filled Bring your comb ings and have ttbem made to order We wftnt your business Satisfac assured 1Tare also agents for the Amer Queen Correct Carset front jvitU its Perfection Front Piece which are made from guar anteed materials throughout mid arc selected with the greatest care both as to quality and appearance pattern qnd tgajiure Cnlldm se4 our mofjs 1j JtX 3pPdf t We sell Yellow Jacket coal noth ing better for grate or the stove phone R MARTIN COAL SUPPLY CO- y 1273tj FOR SALE Storm fruits buggy rugs and foot warmersjust the thing fcr cold weather R MAnTINc08b SUPPLY CO X12731 n Insurance The strongest Life Insurance in the world Special Con Instrantebest Life and Fire Insurance see W T Ogden l One lot of suits sizes 34 to 44 for 10 and 1250 to close out aif75Q It will pay you to set suits Vic Bloomfield C- o1282t COUNTY COURT DAYS Below ja list of the days county courts are held each month in coun Anderspn Lawrenceburg 3rd Mon dayGarrard Lancaster 4th Monday Grant Wilhamstcwn 2nd Monday Jessamine Nichplasville 3rd Mon day MondayLincoln MondayMason Mercer Harrodsburgj 1st Monday Montgomery Mt Sterling 3rd Monday MondayOwen JondavPowellScott Georgetown 3rd Monday Shelby Sfhelbyville 2nd Monday Wpodfqrd Versailles 4tb Monday Bath vine 2nd Monday Bourbon Paris 1st Monday Boyle Danville 3rd Monday MondayGark MondayFayetteMonday ijeming Flemingsburg 4th Monday frankUn FranHprt isj garrison Cynthiana 4th Monday We handle alt kinds ofcOlJl at reasonable priccsni Come to see us bQfpre buying Royse Bopjie 12Jtf4Jfid w RAILROAD TIME TABLES EXINGTON EASTERN RY CO rime Card In Effect June 21 1908 Daily IDailj 2 Bound No 21 No4 Stations PM AM Iuv Lexington 01 225 1 7ao Winchester 305 8dd L E Junction 3 20 8 26 Clay City 90ZaS q1 358 9 110 Campion Junctionn 430 1933 43TorrentBcattyville Juno 510 1017 Athol I537 1045 0 K Junction o05 11115 r Jackson1 610 1120 i NoilNp3 No5 jii Wesjlionnd lailyjpaiy Sun v It Ex Sun Only Lv Jackson 161012201 700 0 K Juno 615 223 705 2521730BeattyvilloJunc Torrent 7301341 81 Natural Bridge 745355 826 Campton Juno 17481357 828 Stanton 426 854 Clay City r 1815 435 902 L E June 5 934 Winchester 912 5 071 946 rLexington 955160511025- SHE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE HADEDAILVy Xs Jrrru CEPX nStlHtrr L ft E Junction Trains Nos 1 tad 3 will make connections with the 3 0 Ry for Mt Sterling Beattyville Junction Trains Nos and 4 will male connections with ie L A Railway for Beattyr lie Ky- Cemnton JunctionTrains Nos 3 3 and 4will connect with the fountain Central Ry for passenger o and from Campton Ky 0 K Junction uhJfos i Lld 4icvill contidct with the 0 K ailwi ifrfe 4iite K fcMsway w connection wit i the tffi Ia nvnv for Beattyville Ky iii W A MDOWELL Genl Mgr EAS SCOTT G p A LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE Southbound No 37 Cincinna ti nxyill local Arrives 1016 a m departs 1019 a aNo CincinnatiJackspnvillG imited 1039 a m No MaysvilleStanford local vith Cincinnati connection at Paris- rrivesat 6 25q at 635 p m Nbi 31CincinnatiAtlanta limited 1117 p m Northbound lo AtlantaCincinnati limited 157 a m No StanfordATaysville ben onnectina Jt Paris fr Cincinnaf lue at 715 leaves at 722a m ifp 38 Knoxviller Cincinnati lo 1 arrives 248 departs 253 p m No 32 vlfsnvill9finni 2iii imited 558 p All ere daily excepf Nos 9 anc 10 Which are daily except Sunday CHESAPEAKE OHIO Eastbound No 26 Daily Ex Sun 853 a m No 22 Daily 1210 p Jo 28 Daily PK Sun 630 p m No 24 Daily 9 10 p m Westboui C No 27 Daily Ex Sun 722 a m No 21 Daily 648 am- io 25 Daily Ex Sun 250 p m No 2J Daily 4dj p m We handlp all kinds of coal at reasonable prices Come to see us before buying Royse Boone 125tf ENDS WINTERS TROUBLES To many winter is a season of trouble The frost bitten toes and fingers chapped hands and lips chilblains cold sores red andrough skins prove this But such troubles fly before ucklens Arnica Salve A trial convinces Greatest healer of Bums Boils Piles Cuts Sores Eczema and Spins Qnly 25c at Win chester Drug Company WIHCHSSTR IDM HUSTLe Uncle Allen drgtnf said TJnclQ Allen Sparks 1you can gather some of the facts of a mans life from his tombstone It usually gives the correct dates of his birth and death Obstacles a Help Obstacles become pefiestpJj to the innn determined to overcotno them FVital tm16il7 WATER HEATERS Among Instantaneous Water Heaths TILe MUUO 1 Foremost Bailin g Water tty Qperiino the Faucet Ask fpipatticiilars GRANT WITT CO STREETa Ili 1PBtJLA aEt Hj n TiiV iCi ili schH re Glocktas a umepiece a tubular chime and an article of furniture for homed office or institution appeals alike to utility refinement and musical taste The perfect movement insUres correctness of time the solid oak or mahogany 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 serye as a pleasing reminder of amplechoicethe moons phases in the dial arch We are sales agents for The Hers Hall Clock fliOthisci and sen ill HPIfiI nirequest t Gfts byMarh You ean purchase gilts of Diamonds Sterling Silver Sheffield Plate Gold and Silver Jewelry Mantel Clocks Etc throughour Correspondence Department at moderate prices Correspondence solicited Silversiqithc Jewelers Goldsmiths The Frank Herschede Co Herschede Building Fourth Street East Cincinnati Ohio Stimulated Interest i Harlow = Jimson seems to bavoK wonderful amount of adaptabilits Barlow You he Whyivu once him excited over a fait of chess a is o t case l1 dor Fj bet has saw get 4c IN STAMPS IFIid a sample bottle of tlie FRENCH PERFUME 1II ite tolclltcicur American Offices Send c and we witlraanyoabssmplpgfthSimo3- jlusoe cJeligljtiul pxlract ycu ever cdi KcUil cf jrari All Healers G PAR OMERIE ED P1KAUD neral E8 PJHASDBLDB l flEW YORK oiffo iWl4 t t Jr t t riA 4 1 I t 4 r- c I L44 c j L II Tii THE WINCHESTER HEWS L IPag4tJ11vl 2 ISRAELS NEW COVENANT 4NOW TO BE ESTABLISHED So Declares Pastor Russell In kn Remarkable Sermon Messianic Kingdom the Power to Bring About Gods Will j on Earth tIA Brooklyn December cPastor Russell continues tp use the Academy of Music our largest Auditorium when ever he speaks in Brooklyn the Tab ernacle being of insufficient capacity He had a splen 1ofing people evident ly chiefly from the middle walks of life Asked why so few of the wealthy attended his characteristic reply was pf my Master it is written The com mon people heard him gladly He spoke from the following text vTho Lord whom ye seekS shall suddenly come to his temple even the Mes delightln1ofHosts but who may abide the day of hIs cpmlng Malachi Hi 15 Six thousand years ago in Eden our Maker in justly sentencing his diso bedient children to death intimated that ultimately the Seed of the woman would bruise the serpents head This hidden promise was the first intiraa t tlon of the Divine mercy which our gracious Creator purposed In himself frrpni before the foundation of the graciousItlie gpodOf his creaturesthat theV might learn to appreciate the exceed 4 ing slnfulness of sin For tup gopd 0IIthe angels also and that they fiilly know oChis justice as well of hi jwistoSjaidlloWc l God asI ujon eieatuict tli9s iindp lilt of U tju had Bunco Id 1tb11rnd forfeited IIf vhlch thijconiiitioriallyi Eternal torment as we have already degreeif s nteucc upon man plainly stated pfwas Dying thou shalt die not Liv lug thou shalt live in torment The soul that sinueth it shall die Genesis II 17 Ezekiel xviii 4 God intended to exemplify in his dealings with our race a principle of Divine government tobn1de operatlye q vcry vhtjre ulti mite 1r n on the aWiaU 3r W Ji iijm the enrth It f Ir GOdlspolctI these Enoch saying Time Lord cometh with ten thousands of his holy ones to execute Justice in the earth to estab 1lisli righteousness amongst men Time parsed nbut sin prevailed and the coining of the Great Deliverer was still future k Net God spoke to Abraham after first he had tested his faith and loyalty To him he mentioned the same greaj Deliverer who would bruise the serpents head and who would come in gfqat glory with ten thousands of his holy ones To Abraham he gave as wayJwoulds properly be called the Seed of Abraham He said In thy 1 Seed shall all the families of the earth t be blessed 1The Divine Programme was not J 1 changed but more explicit statements 4p Were then respecting it Thereafter all taught of God would know to look for the Messianic blessing through s Abrahams Seed Besides the Cove iiriiit was afterwardconfirmed with an Oath to Abraham later to Isaac later f to Jacob That Covenant promise be came the basis of Gods adoption of the entire nation of Israel all of Ja They were heirs of the IAbrailamic rienlllltthe OathBound Covenant It so great an honor from t the Almighty God has made some of the Jewish people at times to appear arrogant and proud let us not forget 4J1 that to err is humanto forgive Di c vine Perhaps if we were in their r stead our imperfections would simi x larly display themselves Gods Covenant of the Law Israels experiences of tribulation and I bondage in Kgjpt were probably nec essary to prepare them for Gods great proposition that they should keep the xLaw nudqs a reward have life ever liisiUfg As ltis written lie1 that ii0 iih thes timIngs shall live by them Leviticus xviii iI Israel greatly re joitcd in this raanifestatitm of Divine preference fortlieni more than for all others of humanity The Law Cove nftut was uietiiited The sacrifice of buils and of goats made a typical atone ieht for them for a year so that they nil l1t enter Into this Covenant rela tionship with God But when they at teiiiitPI to keep the Law they were disappointed They failed The Iaw of God being the run measure of ain at feet mans ability and the Jews likeS other men being imperfect tfotlll that they had undertaken ap Impossibility t bNot a Jew kept the Law perfectly Apt a Jpw therefore gained eternal lljfo duuiftg thb first year Put God 7 iel now lug this had mride prepara t Icik fer a roptition ot the Atouomont peoplelr nai life Year nftor year century after cecturif iieiv Tailed qnd dlsc ijrage meat topk I platq of God nsttaciiinjj theni a r rent iesson respecti lug the nird of licttvr ihosc of bulls and of goats mind also tel lung tlim that there te no other mains of justilUutoi in bbs sight They got ljessiuis under tills Cove nant liduratipnal blessings but not tile blessing Hoiied for pot life eternal Lfenctt lucy Avore not in a position become as they had hoped a toI lIoual Messiah a national Seed AUrUan tot Vie nlcsiiicg of all the nations God gave them kings for a time but theac were nl1 be to accomplish the promia ud tbVt lie shoiild bo of the lineage of David a great King far superior to the great wise and rich Sotymon Messiah woucl he Davids Son and yet Davids Lord Psalm ex Matthew xxii 4244 here as God intended Israel began to get the thought of a personal Messiah a King of Glory who would use their nation as his in ill U1UUUIUUIV iui lIe vvuvjuvi iiij of the world whezi veiy knee should bow and every tongue confess fo the glory of God A Now Covenant and Better Mediator The next lesson for Israel to learn was that a change pf Dispensation must come that as Moses had medi ated the Law Covenant so an anti typical Moses a greater than Moses would indict them Into the blessings and privileges of a still better Cove nant a Coyenan mor favorable to them arid under wliich they could gain eternal life This New Covenant was particularly set before them through Jeremiahs prophecy xxxI 3134 And this combined with time statement of Moses respecting a greater Mediator helped their faIth to take a fresh hold upon the OathBound Abrahamic PromiseIn thy Seed shall all the families art the earth be bleerf If a great enotigh Mediator should conic as the promised Messenger of God and should establish a bettor CQYCJiant under which Israel could have eternal life and if he as the offspring of David should become AhrnhamsIgreat MediatorKing would be fully jJl1SroftlitQ thejr nation became a fresh inspira tfonpfrtljtI it jgattlWred thtf fiffy odd thousand flf 1eoutot nil tho tribes of Israel who returned from Babylonian captivity under the edict of Cyrus offering them this privilege Through tile ProphPt Ezekiel the Lord again made mention of the fact that their Law Covenant made at Sinai QfcsiiiutloIIenant a better CotennuL Speaking of the time when J1e would rtgJither them out of all lands mkutlweuiU ful fill to then the promise jnaije to Abra I U1il niA iIaco 1nqiI131l t lTj- s tijrblessliugclares tfgt for your sakes do fffltis Ohoiisw of Israel but for my rirfnie s sale t He then proceeds to tell them that at the time he wouldreceive them back again into his love and faor he would also hUmble their pride by restoring the Samaritans und the Sodomites peoples Aybpin Is rael detested as feriora anti sinners God declares that neither of these peoples had t rC mmttc t as serious sins against Divine goodness as had Isra and lIlt when he wpuld again bless Israel lie vould bless also these other peoples IQ iielr nildst Let me quote his w 5yds When thy sisters Sodom and her daughters shall rfeturn to their former estate and Snmariii and her daughters shall return to their former estate then thou and thy daughters spitl return to your former es vemember untothand I will give them Sodomites and Samaritans unto thee for daughters but not by thy Covenant riot under tile old Law Covenant but under the New Law Covenant of the future and I will establish my Covenant with thee7 t in order that thou may est remember and be confounded and never open thy mouth any more because of thy shame when I am paci fled toward thee for nil that thou hast done salth the Lord God Ezekiel xvi OuOS This New and better Covenant Is to be mediated through a personal Mes siaha still more glorious Mediator than Moses a still more glorious King than David this One whom Israel be gan to look for and to long for Can we wonder that they failed to identify him hi the lowly Nazarene who died at Calvary We Cannot Nothing but a special assistance of the holy Spirit would enable any one to trace the coni nection between the glorious pictures of the prophecies tIme humble ap pearnnr pklJ 1 ue to fulfill tiiopi opheeie W d6ee howerer Ihat the great Messiah of Glory Jesus In his Second Advent as King of kings anti Lord of lords fills absolutely every demand jof Jewish expectation and of propheue outline Some can see but others cannot as yet that he who waS pierced Is the same One who as the Son of God In great glory Js shortly to blesnlsraelnml nil the families of the earth through Israel Abtdtf the Day of His Coning Our text is from another prophecy speaking of this same great Messiah the Meiliatdr of the New Covenanting of kings and Lord of lords who qs th ronresenuitlve yf the great Jer hd 1ab iiisfaitfeer is to reign until all enemies shall be jut down until Satan shall tim boimU ultimately shall be oruislud riitil Adrtm and his rare i leased frdiu fjiviue seuteiicu uirdcr J the New Covenant provisions shall L uplifted out of sin and degradation and death to perfection ajad everlasting life the unwilling and disobedient being destroyed in the Second Death The Prophet Malachi points out that 13J1Mcdliwhom they had waited long and of whom they delighted lo think He implyIIngtbatnn StIuponBut after this joyful that their longexpected and gfoliedinI Mediator of the New be loolted for hey were hIs day would be one of trial one of special testing and proving that the Lord might find tIN antitypical Priests and antitypical Levltcs to serve In the antitypical Temple He would be like a refiner of fire to take away the dross and to leave only the pure metal fiery trials apd testings being Implied He 9u11te like fullers soap In the sense that a great washing or purging would take place to make ready for the Kingdom the called awl chosen and At faithfulIJp will We may undt ntand that this spirit of devotion Is now reyiVirig amongsj the Jews and particularly amongst those who are identified with Jerusa lem jind time Zioniftf movement filth erto this lmatllmemliohitttf tri fd ment in the intcrej tof Jewish nation aiizatioh anti a home for exiles Now however the Inc time has come for a real movement of those who Ithe faith to draw near to God and toI their faith by helping in the restoration of earthly Jerusa less and her interests DelayedI as his glorious Agent in tIme great work of creation had the honor granted of bedoming the great Messenger himI the Covenant the great Priest and King of Israel the Michael of Daniel xii 1 But greatI were JegitCju nested with his attain ment of this siti 1 faith la2sijlilsljieaeduy 3ihi1nust to the iH to a man TiOTf fdl1m but a perfect man holy harmless undefiled separate from slnuefa 2 Thus prepared to become the Redeemer It wItS his privilege to make full conse cration of his earthly interest and the Fathers pleasure to beget him of the holy Spirit at Jordan to the spirit na ture on the highest plane For three and a half years his sacrifice burned upon the altar It was indeed thaii tho sacrlfice of bulls and gontsI for it was a corresponding Ad mnll eye for an eye a tooth for a tooth a mans life for a mans life lesus lmltiltlius ia ftf e13vithi his crtlU h tlie oqn5riemice- daRsuz + tui19t11ffiitmini 1leat nWiiglmer un morellltlttJ jkllj ripus Thus he was at once both a sac Vifice aud tie spiritbegotten priest who offered that sacrifice When he arose from the dead his personal sacrifice had ended and his personal per fection as a spirit being was com why did he not at once be gin his great work as Prophet Priest King and New Covenant Mediator for Israel and through Israel for the world It was because there was to be more than one sacrifice In tne Divine Plan on the Day of Atonement Throughout this Gospel Age this risen glorified High Priest Mediator Prophet nnd King lias been waiting to inaugurate his glorious Kingdom of blessing waiting while a little handful of saints should be selected from the world and tested and found worthy and glorified with himselfa little flock out of all man kind both Jews and Gentiles When this Bride class shall have completed her sacrifice In and under time merit of the great Priest then ev ery arrangement for the blessing of Israel as Abrahams seed and of all nations through Israel will have forthwith commenced Thus seen the reve lation of Israels great Messenger of the New Covenant is very important not only to the Jew but also to the world of mankind who must receive their blessings under Israel by a corn ilirnco with lit snmi New Law Cove nant Moreover the elect handful of saints drawn called and gathered dur big the parenthesis period are also deeply interested In Gods glorious Kingdom for the Divine promise is that they shall heathen changed to be like their Master and share his glory Judgments Will Be of tho Lordi Notice the further message of thd Itord through the Prophet 01 wilf t6me near to you to judgment and iI trill be a swift witness against jprcercrs anti against adulterers and flgalnst false swearers and against those who oppress the hireling in his wages the widow and the fatherless and that turn aside the stranger from his right verse Ah do we not see here plainly stated that time Messianic Kingdom nun not only glory and honor to those whom he will accept as senants but that it means also requirements of faithfulness to time principles of Truth of purity of harmony with COIl And this lesson for tIme Jew under Ills Nw Covenant arrangement will ultimately apply to all nations Under that new arrangement under Israels New Covenant all the families of the earth Will be pHvlIeged to bel cpnie Israelites indeed through faIth- fulness to tIme great Prophet Priest tad Mediator oT Israel and of all the families of the earth rMANAGEMOFLEDAIRY J Following te a very valuable article on the management of the dafryfberd by an expert on matters pertaining to dairying which those interested In the subject will find useful and impor tant Whether the cows be grades or pure Ar It Is of the hIghstimprancq in butbdiig up1a dalry beldtQsecure a pure bted sire of outstanding dairy merit Unless the sire is descended from good milters it is folly tpejcpect A GOOp SPECIMEN OF DAIRY COW By courtesy of Iowa State collqgej him to produce good milkers noSnat tel how line or how ideal he may be Ias an Individual Another nuttier of prime Importance n the succ ssfui management orf a dairy herd is the keeping of a record of the mill and butter fat produced bj the Lndivldumicouvs of time herd ftliiI keeping of a daily record of the weight of the milk of each cow is a very situ pie and inexpensive task All that Is necessary Is to have a small scale and a ruled sheet of paper upon which to record the weights of mill morning and night Time daily weighing of the milk from each cow is valuable also in serving as a check upon the work of time milkers The milk from each cow hould be tested about once a mchith dirlng the whole period Of lactation A satis factory way of doing this is to collect vhat is known as a composite sample which commsisti hi securing about pne half ounce of milk fro in each fsix tIijillcontiinihg4 inhount of preserva thc The test of his otni1osite sample will represent tlu avp a je amount of mutter fat for tile period during which the sample wastnkiMirund will serve with stiflicient accurncy as an average test during the entire month By keeping a recorlpf1bhs kind It will be found wner of practically every herd Ip Weeding cows which do not pay and the only sure yay of locating these cows is In keeping rjcorm3jIs outUapd above jl UiIlirs 3tfe ir ItEshotditqpo be ntftnldo to go Vlthout Ills shoes at least two or three mouths every year In fact it is hardly necessary to shoe a horse on the farm unless he Is to goon the hard roads or wprlv on the hard soils where he fs required to do jnucli heavy pulling Without shoes a horses hoof will grow oiif regain its natural shape which is always more or less changed by continuous shoeing Many city horses with hoofs bound and cracked and otherwise injured have been taken to a farni their shoes pulled off sml turned out to pasture and thoroughly cured within six mouths In fact the farmers around time large cities used to find In this class j f animal a cheap supply niany ss11tcd os rest on Mother Earth without their shoes Notes on Horses Do you want a balky horse You ran easily have one by giving him too heavy loads to draw Tim whip needed to make a horse In reuSe his speed is In the manger Good treatment of n horse will not soon be forgotten Neither will poor treatment The way a horse Is han died makes the animal what he is Some men beat their horses for things for which they are not respon sible- After a hard days work in the fleW the horses will enjoy a few moments to roll in the yard or about the straw pile Your horses will scratch them selves more In five minutes by rolling than you can scratch them with a cur rytornb in thirty minutes SquealsI quiet nut so nervous as a hungry one and sue will not get u mIll down so i cbTllishe reduces thedaiigcr to the pigs There is suchva thing as making too rare ul preparatlon for the litteiof pigs ito much straps put in the farrowing pen tIme rffoliier will make the mtt so deep illitf the little telhJwt yijl get entangled ItiJihe straw whore the mother will lie upon them Good Way Vo Was1f Stable Blanke A stable blanket that lots been n all winter is lisiitfUy badly soiled tiiil heavy as well as disagreeable rain a sanitary standpoiutvv To vash the bUinket Is no small ttwJr but by wise ineans it niy be eInIqaeFi with litHe trouble ned Sabor Slniply spread the kollod mind naturatetl blanket oh sod rriuiid during a heavy sjiriiig rain aud if rain does uot clcanstr put ut duriug uinfhe AS ssimm an ain t tirf li UlanVJ an J Ml cd IlamigiI up llrx H atur take it It 0ay I tlv XMas MARKETS SWllEATiCHICAGO Dec Two or three timings were made clcsir by the crop figurcs of yesterday The bull leaders did not find the report as much ofa help as expected mid- were busy unloading long wheat QI fU brcakat the close The establish ed fact tinttm ilia acreage is tIle great est xjver seeded in this country has a IbejVrish effect The report estab lished the fuel that the sensational figures recently sent from Oklahoma were worse than useless as the con dition in that State was given at five eighths The publication of the fig ures emphasized the fact that con dition is the only bullish feature and that due to Ckof top growth Ahich may be no drawback to the erop when the growing period arrivr es in the spiing There is no toiling what hc hull leaders wjll try to do limit the conditions are oil the side of sellers to pick the swells if Uifcke are any Traders are convinced that l1u ncs hn ruiiTioni tfj- en PJilmiflImulE u ll1r01 Cd1N I v Jrtm c ascj jiiough corn piled up here to lIutlIh end to all probability of any squeeze aven in the December contract or shipping circles The former heavy upItime heavy movement ure ly keep up if the railroads furnish the cars hcreasinJfnithe mail tq yljhvnjdiiCline lhaj P9n St1Mfllli d hll lJl 1JI0rJ5 QN hirficltsas pr3lt00D ighinst 21000 hist year Caslv taidx is improving Qud outside spctiula hon is also showing some improve ment ASSOCIATED PRESS SUMMARY i CHICAGO Doe SCattle re ttcipls 8000 weak beves t44Oi 7JO Texas steers 1105J5 western steers t10H20 stock ers and feders i3255 cows mId heifer 220610 calves 79Hogs l coipts 30000 slow and 5 cents lower at Jp6G5750 Sheep Receipts 25 000 slow i native 225 wcstelu 2kGOo425 year jihgt410525 lambs fiia tiva 450625 WEDNESDAYS TOBACCO SALES The Lexington tObacco warehouses handled 228 hogsheads of the pool ed Burley tobacco crop of 1909 yesterday aggregating 240105 pounds Iricos ranged from 6 to 163j cents Of the loose leaf tobacco 82300 pounds were marketed The range pf prices was from 3 to 18 cents a substantial advance over the prices pf Tuesday See Koyse kBoone before buying your feed We handle the best in town 125 if WORK BEtHEl RUSHED The work of building a room for the soda water and fruit stand of Mr J C Wilson in the Auditorium building Was begun Wednesday morn ing by Messrs Blodmfield and Rut liff and fil beilished as lust as possible order that Mrv Wilson can start his business See Royse Bernie before bujin your feed We bandletite best in own 4 125if One Thing Not Observed A cynIc J return uJ from a party n Torontp given by some new rich itizensivho were rather ostentatious but not given to thlusc of correct Ehgllsh supVosX said an Ibqulr ng friend that eery thing was very swell rtwadsaid the cynical yoUth with a ya wn Vey rythiing was ob served esiceBt tke rules pf syntax t f CaIIfIl3tflthh 1L TkV afck mind cannot bear uy bingkrb old L 1ssIfied lciveltimel1ts f lea word for a slngK msertlec 2c a wqr4 toy three consecutive IfI1 srtioii c1it Wrdfor each additional InI sfcrtiont tOe a word per month Scattered insertIonS Ic per word per insertion Nothing inserted for less than ten cents charged on books for less tha25 cents FOR RENT Handsome twostory resilience of 10 rooms all irtodern conveniences and outbuilcliigs best location Price 40 per tuuulli Modem residence of 7 rooms fur nished huts batlu gatclc This is your chance to start to Jiousekccp ing for 30 Price 30 per mouthy c have a jynuoer of 111lol tages lor rcntffri 10 ileirTmonth up Office in HcEIdowney Buillding Home Phoie 72P East Tcmg2G Insure In- STRHERS j OLD REUAfBlE Fire Insurance and and Real Estate Agency KKICK Ft tcrriiiY HId Ihone l8r WANTEDFiist class canvassers and collectors to work in Winches ter1 Must have good refetcnces YVm csrn make good inqncyj 1j1 11 rr Gotdotir24Noiiim Main street tu rL fcU 7 FOrj RENTA largo conveuieiU clean dry stable in center of town Apply to Mrs YoA liealty one35fti 12Stf- WANTEDAt oHQe a liv hustling boy to deiivcr Xews route Apply ClaiT Tanner News office 1263X cq FOR SALE 27 acres tf good lnnl close to city limits Apply ioG I lpx tu e ib tl2 n11pjmc rwWhcst rllhttouoJD IJItIl 1rtIH FO1cc upstairs rooms for light housekeeping Ga2 and water IIsticet tIts M U Lockuane li 3tf TAKENiforClubbing offers a spcc ialty Catalogue on request South ern Magazine Agency Clark B Tanner manager postofilce box 454 0 K phone 541 Winchester Ky 1123 tf FOR RENT New house furnished brtbIiIT French 125Gt- WANTEDFolder and good feed lot for 50 iChltleB D Goff 4 1253t buildingSITE Is from Winchester on the west side of the Paris pile Price 1000 cash oil will divide into 3 lots and sell for 350 each Will sell to Mwhiie or colored people Address Tl M Stevensou 1060 St Cmqjniiati Ohio li30Gt FOR SALE Harness saddles bug gj robes horse l1l1ketsJJOrse col EIFOR SALEPure bronze turkeys MrsY Ji P Golden East Tenn phoiie 332 il17lmo landIbtci Afaiy th li W Ecfon at Fclons irooerv lflinif FOR SALE 25 handsome oak park tables good as new 250 each Ap ply at the Auditorium Theatre 127U LOST Art style Amethyst ring 3 reward for return to II R Fitch News office 12C5t Shameful Watte of Time hoStGaaJV tHat treubie en flie yoote ape r lofailpiCl Of 1e ftomteiiijE tutralty that ae i faiihM i t7 Ttirt monC ij I LeadEri jW n B pfeiat 5aENv CURTISif I Cwltt s Vlcerruldent D corr R Crshlti Clark County National Bank I F bmbIhm1R S Accounts of Merchprils Fanners and Traders Solicited u Ccllecllon Made on JlLPolnls Crpital and Surplus 35000000 iDRINK 4- RoiaMore WINCHESTER ROLLER HiflLLSsJ The oi cst and best institution in the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why ni use jma flcrrttbcsj made Kerr perfection anJ Willie 1ecrl flour has no euiihl I PEHDLETOH RUSH RUSH = Attorneys si Law Sy MeEhdorvicy J3uiIdingjm WInchestsIKi JILEvIfWIH M Td ml JII IJJi Attorney at Law u fJfflce 5th Floor McEidown y 1uiidiu Special Alien lion to Cil tiJn Winchester Kyv r Irtit STCVEPiSO Attorney at Lie iO 3 Sain St iIuc1hcstur K r 6i lIT 11 s1IIomR1HJ lQirJilbt IJr- Standard Pliont rph V time sliprtr ojaIItary 234 S Highland street linimm- ophono73i t i1 IV W Bush S Company IFiRE AND TOKN- ADOINSURANCE WINCHESTER KY IOFfICE McElDOWNEY BUIIDIN3 Phone 145 ULLThECOUGH AND CURmELUN- GSWII4KINCS IIEWDISCOVERY 1111 OLDtiLeouttrRzALLT- HROATAND LUHG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY ReFtSNDED XMAS CAKES We bake tile best fruit cakes on thu market at reasonable prices E RJ BAKERY COMPANY lSJ i i 111 First Printed Book The first boofc printed with type ac cording to Pettigrew with tho Latin tJ Bible published by John GUttenbergx 1hlnedthe of IfPsalmsebdkn August 14 1457 the flrst I a T if Gets CoTfcrt From License Every time the ilutcnjobils breaks down notice you examining your g state license do that for encouragement f The license says lia como petent to cperate the machine Houston Chronicle v Entirely Cured f- myit kiitiL i q l1ipIUIO tbAni saldWra Lai- 4tk ei4liaii lett tt th time If 1 epIruxyyt- J ijl i r c k i c m l 1 t raJ SixTHEWINCHESTER NEWS 1 t I A Sensible and Pleasing Christmas Gift For Men Can Be = S iA Had Better From a Mans SlorecjC ji 4 i to nj J Do you recall the enthusiasm that was showu by the men of the house over sensible Christmas Gifts last year Men appreciate sensible things for gifts trinkets are soon forgotton and 2l thrown aside where useful and appropriate remembrances recall to the receivers mind the giver t long after the excitement of the Holidays have past We are prepared better this year with a more complete assoitment of very useful gifts for men than ever before yt il We Suggest The Following Cross Out The Ones That Appeal to You And Let Us Assist You in Making Your Selection H 1 i 7 Suits or Overcoats r For Evening Dress business or semidress occasion 1 MAXWELL or SOCIFaTRR4 tl Suit Cases and Hand Bags 50best I j t ROBES itt MUFFLERSSILKlJ II an1T NI Ii Ii-MTiTl tp N Wtz tiltsz U MG2 s3EU81tNrAdlliDiA fPR Iy9t8 lJ7Mf niiVat 0 1OU6 flit ri bOHE XWV2qLL cvwDlE2 ND l1l31 lrt OT iarJ AnpT vUJ vlJsL Lc s Ulr=b u w4 1J1r rf tmBHHlvg 0 t iii f RupardSteVVart cdrtipari l tn IIu ah j1f H Mr Charles A nosey who recent ly purchase the ro vnProctoriji pharmacy Friday afternoon moved ltis family from Huntington Y Vu to this city Mr Hosey has leased the + racy house on South Maple street js WANTS TO HELP SOMEONE For thirty years J F Boyer of needed lielprui Mh1llCi Thats why heaia dtQ longtiimselfBackache Nervousness Loss of Appetite Lassitude and Kidney disor BittersItroubles Five bottles he wiites wholly cured me and now I am well and- positivelyhearty Its also guarauI w L11 o ui = za 1zsr 0 SiI fone ym i A This is the name of bnejof the very best Cough RemediesYou can obtain We have sold it for a great many years and have never found a remedy that gives such splen did results For that i Racking Cough SPRUCEHONEY will act almost like magic Children take it without troubleIMARTINS DRUGSTORE t Citizens National BankP- aid up Capital 2100000 Surplus 51000I WE SOLICIT YOUR We will give you courteous treatment and attend promptly and carefully to aU business entrusted to usIJD Simpson Pres AH Hampton Cashier TF Phillips V4 Presi J W Poynter Asst Cashier ciyrah 4 Or 4 fi l n t1r cpsia and Malaria Try them 50c at Win Chester Drug Company ffr J t sozis inns lot OUQ sold for 10 and 1250 to close out at 750 It will pay you to see these suits Vie Bloomfield Co 1282tkAOR COMES TO END As John Hue ner Returns Erom or Toy Hammonck oo4 ST LOUIS Dec DBending over his work in the light of a coal oil lamp John Huesuer 51 years old sank as he toiled in a labor of love Although he had put in a full day at mar doll hammock for eyearofd ilrmn llanneman njho called him grandpa When the hands ofthe clock point ed to 11 Wednesday night Huesner ceased to sing and stopped his work with a sigh The twine with which he wove the hammock had given out He must get more Taking off his slippers and putting on his shoes he went down the outer stairs leading from his home at 2742 Cass avenue Down at the darner a groceryvas still open anditbere he e through the yard a little ball of sao formedon the heel of his shoe He reached the top step of the stairway when the sno von his heel caused him to slip 1 fell backand plmige headlong down the tep Ills acct was broken and he died Charles Hanneman Irmas father had been a lifelong friend of Huesner who was a frequent visitor to the Hanneman home at 1617 North Jef ferson avenue She asked Huesner if he would not ask Santa to bring her jj doll hammock One lot of suits sizes 34 to 44 sold for10 and 1250 to close out at 750 willpayou to see thesq suits Vie Bloomfield C- o1282t i A Pair Perrins Gloves KID FOR STREET WEAR White Kid for evening A aqersilk Qr f r lined We exEapgevallgjQves M J M IH l lr the correct size after Xmas tn pr frr bi T11i Pure Silk Hose AtI50 cents the pair these are the nost extraordinary values to be had BATH HANDSOME NECKWEAR STYLISH UMBRELLAS r RitTSjQU1TtQims pVC oLrt i STICK VbbblMJiDVbbH t aUFRiLTNIfSJI r C1 t tmtl r EEffli Lingering Body Winchester Kertucty BUSINESS tWfiere upfar LTI Dress forY 1IiAwRM s F 1i1tBREATHITT C URT Begins at Jackson With Special Judge PresidingIFew JACKSON Ky Dee DAsprciall term of the Breathitt Circuit Court began here Wednesday afternoon with Special Judge Cammack of O vvcn ton presiding Court vine scheduled to begin here Monday but owing to the sudden illness of CircuittC1 Redwihe who was expectet to preside no court was heltl itntiLcdiiciday when Judge Oammack rnvc illi1 lg cei itppourttll by the Governor ctJudgeMuch confusion resulted from the delay and but few trials are expect cdas many of the litigants have gone home and the witnesses will all JudgeCammackhe would be at liberty the first two weeks in January and would return litigantdesiredthe present terns for a special term January 2 XMAS CAKES nowforPANY 1273t YOUNG MEN WANTED MaiClerksScholarships Are Offered Uncle Sam holds examinations for fail way moil clerks postofTice clerk 4sneuthe coming examinations Thousands of appointments are to bfJfcinade Common school education peoplpare now free information Free scholarships thig month Write im DepartIibc HAVE YOUR PICTURE TAKEN iI at tarp s stifdio for Xmas presents ll193vkseod I l f A NTFD APPRAISERS f n motIon of Mr J J Rutledge Thursday afternoon Judge J II Evans appointed Messrs W B Wills W N Ramsey and J N Ifcnaker appraisers of the estate of Mrs Anisle B Rutlcdge deceasedI Red Star coal is the best on tbij market sold by Roysc Bound 12otf PURE CANDIES FOR XMAS jean be bought at Mrs Chas Ri frJIitfircwcrksA jf 3t SL27Steod i t1i TO BrownPfoctoria PHARMACYF- or pure Drugs Druggist Sundries Toilet Articles and everything found in a firstclass Drugstore Phone us your wants and we will deliver the goods promptly Both phones 370CHAS A HOSEY Prop Capital 51QO OOP Undivided Profits 200000 THE Winchester Bank VJT f otr nWINCHESTER KY Nf H gVITHERSOON 1 President 1W R SPHAR Cashier 1 J SOLICITS YOUR- ACCOUNTS Go to Royse Boone and get a mlli of the Red Stat eo he 15t ipJ z lJbun WINCHESTER IiEAHUSTLE IPURE XMAS CANDIES TT y can Tefna Dat Mrs Chas R Wes confectionery 1278teod J THE BESrt9is alone good enough for our J customers We have been inr this business in Winchester for many year and have learned by experienced ma t pointsin the coal trade whief rmake it pcssible fort us p serve you better cheaper and more satisfactory the anybody else r LMJNJOALJ SUPPLY 0f r A Great Assortment Of Christmas GoodSil We hav made unusual preparations for 1 our Holiday TradeiThe largest and most complete stock of Toys in Central Kentucky can be seen in I our store r AJLQh ristmas Goods j Mechanicalf 4 Skates MSteropticors Mirrorscopes andjhundreds of other articles Dont visit our store when in Lexit1gtonJ Ir a i CDCallowayCoi ti I Successor to T B DewhursL I 146 W Main Street Lexington Ky stJ+ j