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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a jnI z r1if 0 w J V r l 9Q883XKSGX3 LAsT EDITION J II VOLUME NO 47 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY SATURDAY DECEMBER 10 1910 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS WEEK NUCLEUS FOR HOSPITAL FUND Is To Be Established Through Efforts of Kings DaughtersMem- bershipto Be Increased lungsPaighters lidedto increase the membership apd broaden the field ofwork It proposed to organize a circle of Kings Daughters in every church in thjp city and to concentrate their future efforts toward the establish njeiit of the nucleus ofia fund for itospitalfor Winchester MRS i ft PHILLIPS DELICIOUS CANDIES AreNow on Sale in Half Pound Poundand Three Pound Boxes Phillips Drug Store Has Agency industryhsisbeen prospects are that it will grow to be much larger in the near future For several years Mrs H H Phil salcYgrown until nearly every store in the city is now handling it This week Mrs Phillips started the making of fancy candy which is put up in boxes in sizes of half pound pound and ordof the purest engredients The Phillips drugstore his the agency for the tyoxjcandy and are Celling it almost as fast as it ds made M fINTERCOLLEGIATE T ASSOCIATIONr itLEXINGTONannual meeting of the Kentucky In HIZAteluniversitiies and colleges com pqsjng the organization Siate University will be represent edjiy Prof A M Wilson as Prof AM Miller chairman of the faculty Committee is in Birmingham attend ing the meeting of the Southern Association Resides State University representatives from Central Transylvania Berea Kentucky Wesleyan and Georgetown will be present It is understood that the charges recently preferred against Central Universi ty players will not be pressed but State University will probably pmdsent several important measures theconsideration of the body RECOMMENDS YAfROPLANfS S MachinePurposes WASHINGTON Dec 10As might luive been expected after his person 4l flight in aeroplanes in France Secretary Dickinson comes out in Iris arniual report with a strong endorse ifoent of the flying machine and with it recommendation to Congress for ail appropriation to provide the Sig nKf Corps with a reasonable number 6t the better type of machine for instruction purposes and field work tHc recalls the fact that the United States was the first nation officially to recognize the aeroplane for mili taffy purposes and conducted Fort Vfyer in 1908 the first public flight qf a heavier than air machine yet it has since that late made no addi tion to its aeronauticalequipment 3nch at present consist of one small aeroplaneand 1ms it added to its trained consistsiiof the Signal Corps Lieutenant and pine enlisted men on duty in con necHon with aeriinuatics There is I t nly one officer who is a licensed pilot for free balloons The Secrete calls attention to the ChesapeakBYt e s gt tegically pu thbAtlanticsea coast jts vli611y un6rifie noI a single gut h g au ted Todeferid the channel r v r r r ax 1 t r i ir f dsJ r f t TiE WINCHESTER NEWS5 q between Cape Charles and Cape HenryAt anchor important point the eastern entrance to Long Island Soundadditional guns are needed Except for these instances so far as guns alone are concerned the seacoast defenses at all home ports are in a very satisfactory state but much remains to be done in providing such auxiliaries as search lights and in systemwhichexpenditure Congress is asked to authorize an expenditure of 19540843 for the fortification of the termini of the conIstructionsum q ay iately in order to complete the project within three years The additional sum of 2000000 is also want ed immediately to be applied towards the creation of naval establishments- in the Canal Zone as a necessary part- o fthe defense of the canal OFFICE BUilDING SPRINGS A LEAK Gutter Had Become Stopped Up With Snow Which Began Pouring in Through the Roof Business had to be almost suspended Saturday morning in the office of the Grass Realty Company on accountof a leak in the roofof the buif tngIA gutter leading from the building had become stopped up with snow and ice backing the water on the roof The water soon rebelled a defective spot and began pouring into the office and it was necessary to move the furniture and fixtures to a dry spot in the room The wirers were sentI for and in an hour had trig leakstop ped and business was resumed SEARCHING fOR LOST OWES Bill of Lading Has Arrived But NothI ing Has Been Heard of the Fruit Several weeks since Mr Vic Bloomfield had shipped from his orange grove in Florida 50 boxes oforange which he had sold to the fruit dealers in this city for the Christmas trade The bill of lading arrived last week but nothing has been heardof the oranges Tracers have been out for several days and it is probable that the oranges have been lost and ill not arrive in time for the holi ays REFUSED FINE PAIR OF HORSES Mrs Mary Baker Eddy is Quoted as- Saying That They Were Devils Sent to Kill Her- LEXINGTON Ky Dec 10Mrs Mary Baker Eddy would not accept trig finest pair of carriage horses in America She said when she looked the pair over They are a pair of devils sent to kilr me The team she referred to had been selected by J M Osborne of Paris Ky a horseman of long experience who had been instructed to buy the best team of carriage horses in the United States v Mrs Eddy made the expression quoted in a letter todL L Temple- of Texarkana Ark4who had sent her the team as a The horses were bought in Lexing ton and were the noted blue ribbon winners Tattersall and Eckersall sometimes called during their career of exhibitions as Tattersall and mate They cost Mr Temple 10000 and Mr Osborne spent a month in looking over teams in different parts of the country before finally closing the deal for them Besides he accompanied the horses to the home of Mrs Eddy say that they were properly stabled and tried to persuade her to ride be hind them but did notsucceed The team remained in her stables only a few days when she had them ship ped back to the donor and Mr Tern pie is now using them to his carriage He says that while they live lie hill never crave an automobilc 4 IITALIAN BOY ISXIDNAPPED Rescue Effected By Police After Father Had Received Two Letters Demanding Ransom NEW YORK Dec 10They told me 1 was in Chicago said Guissepi Longo 8 years old when the police led him to freedom Thursday from the tenement room where he had been lockeda prisoner by kidnapers 1Among the scores of children stolen by lawless Italians his is said to be the only New York case on record in which the police have effected a re covcry Others have been returned- to their parents but not by the agency of the police owing to fears of reveiige The boy found Thursday was trac ed by the aid ofanother child whose brother is also held for ransom The police learned that Gnissepi was a prisoner in an East side tenement They searched the corridors and lis tened at transoms theYIhemcltransom Thats him he whispered excitedly and the police broke in the doorGuarding the child were two menI and in the same room were two other children a boy and a girl whom he only knew by their first names The police think they also may have been kidnaped The two men on guard were arrested as were five other Italians among them a woman Gnissepis father is n welltodo Brooklyn grocer Since he disappeared on November 19 the father received two letters demanding money the first asking 10000 and the second 1500- 0CHARRED BODY IS DISCOVERED Big Iron Shackles were Holding the Legs and Victim is Thought to he ExConvict NORFOLK Va December 10 With big iron shackles holding the legs the charred body of a supposed escaped convict was found in the dying embers of a camp fire near Archmont the residential suburb of Norfolk Thursday The body is supposed to be that of some fugitive who becoming tired after eluding the authorities started- a fire in the country lay down to sleep and then his clothing caught fire Being handicapped by his shackled limbs the man was unable to fight the flames JUDGE HALBFRT TO TRY CASES Judge Stout Who Has been Confined to His Room since last Saturday IS No Better PARIS Ky Ky December 10 Judge W C Halbcrt of Vonceburg probably will try the Breathitt coun ty murder erases which are docket ed for trial Monday in the Bourbon Circuit court Special Judge J C Carter of Monroe county who has been conducting the court since the illness of Judge Robert Lee Stout practically con eluded Friday all the business pending that could be disposed ofand left on the afternoon train for Louisville so that he could be at Tomp kinsville by Monday when he will convene the Monroe Circuit court JudgeStout who has been confin ed to his room since Saturday with an attack of grippe continues quite ill and was not as well Friday as on Thursday Jiulclge Stout has had considerable fever and while his ail ment is not considered of a dangerous nature he is and has been a very sick mallIDr JT Vansaut his attending physician visits his bedside daily the home of the Misses Williams on Pleasant street where Judge and Mrs tout have been guests since the conv iyt atilt b at least a week or1ten days t r before Judge Stout will be able to leave his room Circuit Clerk William II Webb communicated th Governor Willson Flriday afternoon when it became known that Judge Stout would not be able leave his room and was informed that Judge Halbert haW been designated as special judge to continue the term of court Governor Willson said however that lie had received no word from Judge Halbert and would endeavor- to hear from him be long dish 1i tel ephone Special Elisors Adam Sta ty cy OlJlYllgoffin county and Ed Callahan wrier is in Boyd county armed withsub poenas are expected to line up aj number of valuable witnesses for the Commonwealth and it is expected that everything will be in readiness Monday when the cases are called for trial TAFT CONSUlTS WHH CABINET Ito Called a Special Meeting to Go Over the Supreme Court Situation Harmon at White House WASHINGTON Dec 10Presi dent Taft called a special meeting of his cabinet late Thursday to go over the Supreme Court situation Tjie narrmyilglrrapidly night that Mr Taft has not reported a conclusion and probably willnot until next Monday or Tuesday Mr Taft has consulted with more than fifty persons regarding the forthcoming appointments The present leaders with the exception of Senator LaFollette wIle has declined to go to the White House have been quite conspicuous in the more recent conference Sen tors Cummins of Iowa and Borah of Idaho were with the President again Thursday night The regular wing of the party wa represented in late afternoon conference by Senators Lodge of Mass CtaliforniaSenator saw the president Governor Judson Harmon of Ohio called at the White House Thursday to pay his respects to President Taft He stopped only a few moments Both he and the President seemed- to enjoy the visit Governor Harmon was greeted most cordially Two stories of the campaign were ex changed but neither story was vulged When Governor Harmon visited the White House during the conference of Governors last year he was asked it lie liked the looks of the place H s reply at that time was that a mill bould always consult his wif before taking a lease on any place of abcI TIi irsdny the Governor declared that the nice white paint and the subdued green walls of the ex3iu live office were quite attractive Do you want something tasty for Christmas See the line of pictures at the Winchester Paint Wall Pa per Company 1210tf RENDERS VERDICT FOR PLAINTIFF in Case of Kr Ge rga Hunt vs Dr H C Hart Which Grew Out of a Deal in Hogs In Police Court Saturday morning Judge F P Pendleton tried the case of Mr George Hunt vs Dr H Hart and rendered a verdict in favor of the plaintiff The suit was for 5070 the purchase price of someI meat hogs which the defendant pur chasedof the plaintiff and refused to pay for alleging that they were not as represented DEATHS AND FUNERALS jfMrs AI Anderson Mrs Al Anderson died at her home in Mt Sterling Thursday of cancer of the stomach Mrs Anderson is the motherin law of Mrs Joe Anderson who was formerly Miss Naricy Nelson of this city V Miss WillieMe poison went to Mt Sterling Saturllay to attend blmfun oral V FIRST TO BOOM CHMPCUU Kentucky Democrats Take Initial Step By formally Endorsing Him 1For Office of Speakership WASHINGTON Dec 10The first State delegation to boom Hon Champ minorityleadernext Congress was launched Friday when the Kentucky Democrats for mally endorsed him for the office Friends of Champ Clark say his election to Speakership of the next House is assured and that there is no othercaiulidaite in the field and no real opposition They say Mr Clark had already received positive pledges from 175 Democratic Representatives and more o aless equivocal ones from 25 others and that of the remain ing Democrats in the total of 227 in the next Democratic Congress virtually all of them are expected to rally Clark Ollie M James presided at Fridays meeting of the Kentucky ogle gation and the others present were Congressmen Stanley Thomas Johnson and Cantrill with proxies frog two of the others and one member unheard from Messrs Sherley and Helm the forImer an active candidate fo tithe chaii manship of the Appropriations Com ittce remained away from the meet ingThe delegation in endorsing Mr Clark for Speaker and former Con gressman South tumble for Clerkof the House adopted the following res olutionsResolution Endorsing Clark Whereas the lion Champ Clark by virtue of his long experience asIRepresentative in Congress by his distinguished services as leader of the minority by his able and attractive defense of the principles of his party by his tact his patience his consummate knowledge of human nature rare courage and conservatism hm done meal to bring about perfect union in his party which in such striking contrast at the present time with the confusion end disorganization of our political opponents are firmly convinced that he is in every way cmnently suited for the high and responsible position devolv ing upon the Speaker of the House and Representatives in the 02ndCon gtes Therefore be it resolved that wr endorse said Champ Clark for the position of Speaker in the sixtysec and Congress and agree to use every honorable menus to secure his elec tion SMiTH ANSWERS WOODROW WILSUN GovernorElect Makes No Comment Statement Issued on the Sena torial Situation NEWARK N J Dec 10 Formci United States Senator James SmithI Jr made statement Friday in answer to Governorelect Woodrow Wslsbns op n letter Thursday in which Dr Wilson urged the nomination of James E Marline for United States Senator to succeed Senator Kean Mr Smith says I have read Governorelect Wil sons statement on the United States senatorial situation It is a gratuitous attack upon one who has befriended him but whose candidacy has not been announced and it is an unwarranted attempt to coerce the legislature The Governorelect knew that I had not reached a decision in this matter and that he saw fit 10 make the uncalledfor reference to deprives his act of that fine courtesy which should control not only Sohth ern gentlemen but the conduct of all gentlemen Gratitude was not expected of him but fairness was and his act denies it- CHAIRMAN AGAINST WILSON NEWARK N JDecember 10 James B Nugent Chairman of the New Jersey Democratic State Committee made this statement Friday Governorelect Wilsons statement has amazed The duty of our party embraces many issues The choice of a United States Senator is niter but not the most important riU14C us Dr Wilsons act is certainly ill advised Govcrnoielect Woodrow Wilson said Friday night hnt he had no comment to make on the statement is sued by former United States Scan tor James Smith Jr beating upon the United States senatorial silua iton in New Jerse- yMARRIED TO- MILLIONAIRf Information Comes From Menominee Mich That Former Floridora Girl js Wedded ST PAUL Minn Dee 10Ac cording to information from Menom inee Mich the Nan Martin of Wash ington D Cwho was married in Paul on October 24 to Sumner Pres cottof Menominee a wealthy lum ber man is none other than Nan Pat terson the former Florodora girl who was three times tried for the murder of Caesar Young The license was issued to Nan E Martin of Washington D Cand Sumner Prescott of Menominee Mich Captain Prescotts Ifriemls say positively that his bride is Nan Pat tersonPrescott was married by Court Commissioner Dalrich and no oiiii in St Paul recognized the name of tlta bride as the New York sensation center Since the marriage Mr Prc colt has sold out his iuterest in vhc Prescott Company and the two haw gone to Seattle to make their homeI Prescott disappeared last summe and while he was gone a rccever was placed in charge of his affairs which were found tf be in excellent shape When he returned he threw the receiver out of the plant saying he had merely been on a pleasure trip and resumed his place in the com panys affai- rsGREAVES GETS LIFE SENTENCE In Plea Before the Jury He Begs That He Be Put to Death or Given Free dom ST LOUIS Dec 10Life impris onment was the verdict in the case of Austin Greaves who conducted hi own defense in the Circuit Court here Thursday on the charge of fire degree murder in killing his neighbor Alfred Hunter about four months ago Greaves will ask for a new trial Greaves brought his remarkabli defense to a close Thursday in tin trial for his life whet he placed hi children Goldie aged 12 and John aged 0 on the witness stand and orgy From them by his questions the stor of the neighborhood persecution which he is seeking to show causei him to kill Alfred H Hunter Tin children testified they heard Iluntei threaten their father Greaves took the stand in his OWl defense Thursday afternoon despite the fact that the direct testimony had been closed Greaves pleaded with tho jury fat nearly a half hour either to acquit 01 sentence him to hang Dont send me to the penitentiary gentlemen the prisoner urged UK jury in so low a tone that not all oi them could hear him If you fine me guilty of having deliberately am maliciously killed Alfred Hunter J want death If you have found r reasonable doubt want you to ac quit me as the judge has told vor to do TEACHERS RECEIVE THEIR SALARIES Check Arrives Friday Morning For Two Months SalaVy Amounts tc 467884 The teachers of the county schools were not disappointed when they went to the office of Superintendent J E Lanter Saturday morning to get theirI checks for the past two months ary Friday the check from the State Superintendent had not arrived and as it has been grayed for several day son different occasions it was feared that it would not arrive on time this month The cheek arrived Saturday morning amY amounted to 407854n j ISunday Fair WEATHER West Somewhat Portion Colder In I A at at to on me me St PRICES lOBE INVESTIGATED Attorney Huffaker Will Probably Place a Statement Before the Presj ent Grand Jury LOUISVILLE Ky Dec 10 Commonwealth Attorney Joseph Huf faker is of the opinion that it will be possible for him to place before the present grand jury a statement ol the case of the peopleagainst the alleged coal combine which is de glared to have arbitrarily shot up the price of fuel 25 cents a ton with the coming of the frigid snjfpl The attention of several dealers was called to the fact that the saute grades of coal were selliijjj iii New Albany front 7lcnts to 125 a ton cheaper despite the added freight and bridge tolls The consensus of opinion riinon railroad men seems to be that the re tail coal men ore making from 50 cents to 1 a ton net on coal at the present prices The opinion is gener al allover the city outside of the Louisville Coal Exchange circle that the dealers have banded together and arbitrarily advanced the price because the cold weather forces pea ple to use coal- Alderman Ben Brumleve will in traduce a resolution at the next meet ing of the General Council urging the grand jury to investigate the advance in tire price of coal SUIT GROWS OUT OF HORSE TRADE Plaintiffs Alleges That After He Had Purchased the Animal it Turned Out to Be Other Than Represented After adjournment since Wedges day the Clark Circuit Count again convened Saturday morning and was in session all day The suit ofMelder vs Hodgkin was the first enlled and most of the day was taken up in hear ing testimony in this case The suit grew out ofa horse trade and the plaintiff alleges that after he our chased the horse from defendant and took it home it turned out to be other than represented and asks for dun ages The grand jury which adjourn ed Tuesday will be in session again Monday morning FILES PETITION IN BANKRUPTCY Doors of Mr Frank Hensleys Store is Closed Liabilities Placed at 3000 Assets 2300 Petition in bankruptcy was filed by Mr Frank Hcnslcy who conducts a five and tencent store in the Herr building on Main street and Saturday morning the store was closed The assets are given at 2JO with liabilities amounting to 3 000 Pendleton Bush S Bush altar neys represent Mr Hcnslcy aidameeting of the creditors will he held in their offices in about ten days DEATH TO BE- INVfSTIGAHO YOUNGSTOWN Ohio Dec 9rThe investigation of Dr Harry A March Coroner of Stark county in to the death of Walter Young who died atthe Massillon Hospital For the Insane from the effects ofa scald ing shower bath was started htreiThursday The statement is made by him that Youngs shower bath may hare been the result of a patient at the asylum turning on the hot water while the attendants were being changed at midnight Sunday Dr March declared that he would x hold a Coroners investigation put ting it up to the Governor for a furrther inquiry TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR SALE An oldfashioned piano and Earnest Gabler Call foist TPnu phone 223 rings V tv 1210Gt l II I 0J =PgeTwo AJ U UlcUWIu TilE W IICTFHE n1 AIthW IPIIIK t L f iiiii J i runchesterNeWl Cit Ioozatcda4 fA ftci lOQVil South Main Street 1ftIII Itt r LLt kYtDaWfeccet nay iitie gi sed i cl 8 msttEfi Kovember 28r 1908 at the post oft eI IS Wirichtester Kifcttcky under the Act of March 3 1879P t tl ta 1 I UPTidNRATL By Kfail- D iyy onflyeaX t t r f301 SiX Months 150 DM Montite 2f Payable inr advance rusp H PCRRrpRESEtlt 1F f nCIC ADVERTISING BY THE r m = ISSDClMTJOHt tfNiAA oJlrHnzf N =W YORK AND CKl SAfeQ flRtNCtfl3IThAftL TIIFPRINCIPAL CJTlt SATURDAY DECEMBER to 1910 LOOKS LIKE GRAFT N receiitcfoftiiiinniblltioii froth Lou isville says that Mrs AiWic 0 Mar tnvfonrier night matron at the Ken tucky StateTemtentiary in an in- teKviewsnid that she had paid 200 in political assessments in1 a perioll eeifdiiig frbm January 1907 to No vember lOOOj JSlie would like to have her money back she says and has placed her claim in the lialids of an attorney for collection ifrrs Mrirtin who is at present JumsekSeper at the Willard Hotel was discharged as Night Matron of tile STate Penitentiary last July after a tilt with one of tliii Prison ConirnisSi ljrs She had served there as Matron since June 1900 She claims thal in January 1907 she paid 25 and in February of th- sinfeyeai25 more In November 1909 Hie former matron states sh paid aiv lassessmeitfc df 50 and oil two other dates between February L907 arid November 1909 the sum ol ioOor50at a time elfrs Martin says she wrote to tin Pin CoriihiiBsioners asking them t refiiii lfth money that sic had paic out jajsessihents since Jiuiiiary 1907 which was 200 but no atten tion was paid to htir request She then puts the case in the hands of At torney Morgali Chinn she says but lias heard nothing from him ITlie former matron says that us ually there are frOnt 50 to guards employed at the penitentiary matron and attendants being classed a guards and that all of them wore as scgs d as she was Nothing was ev er said by the prison offlih1ac cording to Mrs Martin abbut airy as sessment being levied as far us slit khtiw but that in some rnysteribuj way One of tlie guards would conic around with a paper and the employ ees would putdown their nanles all forarlikev amouhts having previously Ihhedill soMe milliner tile ainbunl they vcr expected to give This looks bad to us but it maybe that we are nBt up td the MtdJH ethics in politics1 We dont have to raise tobacco Nbtliiflg wouldbebetldr fdr our pros titan for ta sihgle tobacco jiedutti be sown in 1911 There is no class for whom we Ijave greater respect than policemen We iiiIiinthei asked a question of a p lina but we got a courteous ariswifr arid if he could not give us the inforniation desired he put us in aiviy to get it There was some trouble at Preach ersvillB over a preachers preaching and nbw the good people of P reach euisyilieare writing pro and con to The Starifprd Jouinal to explain about tile preaching It reacliersxille tihetflntlpatLeislat rs of Ken ptiky are responsible for our failure to tadvaice in populatiori A fail iireto revise oil taxing system is a1 conspicuous illustratidrr of thevils resulting from standpatisui Soinct of couhtyfeschariges con iiftie to print hine ini1ck pbetrjC i i t e Ii 11j f JiNf iE t I RpMJVTfPF Of many hundreds of thousands of cut S forms a well sustained basis for every claim put forth by the makers of DR PIERCES GOLDEN ifrEblCAL DISCOVERY CG remedy for many of the troublesome affections which afflict mankind yet it is riot extolled asta cureall any means No extravagant promIses are flaunted before the public t6arbrts false hopes in the afHictedl Yoiir neighbors probably know of some df its many cUres ask them i ff Trre iigh strengthening and arousing the storiiaetf liv iftijtioels lBl1oUS action digestion is promoted whereby the blood is enriched and purified diseageprodiicin iIja teria destroyed antir expelled front the body and ttias a tllettovercome crrrcf cozind vigorous health established THe Discovery containno al l1 land nUhabitfprmirijgi and ha its every ingredient printed on its wrappers This OPEN PUBfclCjLTY places it in ap class distinct from the ordinary secret ri6stfumsvvitliwhiph it has no re lationship Physicians therefore don t hesit te to prescrib6it in badroaseS of indigestion torpid liyer or biliousness and in skin and blood affections People of intelligence and keen discernment employ it The u Discovery is a1 pure glyceric extract of native medicinal roots of great curative potferfcy and can irlirib cage do harm to either child or adult Tne ged find it a great invigorator ptherevised uptodate edition of which is now pff red iArcloth covers postpaid for 3T cents in onecent stamps to cover cost of mailin driiiy or in paperc6V ers 21 cents Address Worlds Dispensary NIdicalctibn RV fHrte M D Presidenf 663 Maul Street Buffalo N Y WELL SUSTAINEDy 44- r lot I I IIjW4t k WINCHESTER LUMBER MAt4lFACTURiNCO INCORPORAtED Everything has an end even a Presidents message Suppose it is oiir weakness hut we never could apprcdiiite the pdetry about the heantiftil snov It savds labor to allow the7 ped s trians to tramp down the snow Our friend Mi 0 SnllivanJ of the jShelby Sentinel gets off the following ort Senat6r McCrearyS caiidi daey for Governor Like Tennysons famous brook the candidacy of Brother McCreary runs on throughout all time and it maybe hereafter when his spirit leav es this sphere that he will be found in the lists struggling for Gabriels position of Chief Trumpeter or for the jobof standing guard at the Pearly Gate as a successor of the Holy Saint Peter Red Star coal is the best on the market sold by Royse Bborie 1 5qf FltiST BAPTIST CHU Rfctt Services Sunday at the First flap tist church at 11 a in and 7 p in Dr Porter the pastor will preach at both hours Morning subject What Love Can Do Evening subject JITlie Risen Life The ordinance of baptism1 will be administered to those of tlibTlew nljinbers who are ready and desire it Sunday night The Simdny schbol is l1i to have a Xiiias 1Vdoii Clllishiias1 There will be a present on tub Irec for every member of the SundaY1 school A cordial welcome is ex tended Jo everybody to atCend all the above services Go i I Roysd Booiie aidr cta Itihd of tile Red Slar ciiltliil IjosHn hml lUotf Big r dlt tin on oil framed aridj iinfianiGd pidluVcsdirihjrtlHs moutH WiucliesrerlMiut Sf Wall paJ Coi4ay r v 121ttf tj WE LOAD RIGHT Up the minute we receive fin order for lumber We carry such a big stock that we can meet nny requirement at a moments notice Order your next litmbei here antI yott will hne no delay on the job That counts a lot when the expense of idhr mechanics is considered WE CAN SATISFACTION when ydn see the shirts collars un derwear eld you1 seiit herc to lie laundered You should hardly believe them to be the same garments so much cleaner are they so pdi feclly lone up You wont be the firstto Wonder why you hud not sent us your laundry work before What day shall we send for your things Winchester Laundry Co PA11ANSAGE THIS GREAT HAIR GROWER NOW SOLD ALL OVER AMERICA What do you think of the liberal propasition that the Gfiroux Mfg Coi of Buffalo N Y American makers of Parisian Sage are putting up to the readers of the News Tlfey kiiow they are abs lut ly cer tain that they have the only real hair grower beautifier and dandruff1 germ destroyer on tihe market today and knowing this they have requested Phillips to state to every reader of the News and to every person living in Winchester and vicinity that Phillips guarantees Parisian Sage to re move every trace of dandruff to stop falling hair and itching scalp or money back And every one who reads this important announcement should know that Parisian Sage makes hair grow not only abundantly but gives it that lustrous appearance that all desire Women will Ibid Parisian Sage the most refreshing and ideal hair dress ing free from stickiness or grease Large bottle 50 cents at Phillips and druggists everywhere I luuve used Parisian Sage for a sonic time and think it has no equals as a hair beantifier anti scalp cleaner No more dandruff or faded hair Jhanks to Parisian Slgelrs Wil liam Tloiihmd Sault Ste Marie Mich June 2 1910 Go to Royso B one arid get a bad the Red Star coal the het in itoWii 12filf UNDER SPECIALIST Mr andrMrs J BT Martin have aroiie to Louisville wheie Mr Mar tin will bol under a specialistS We handle all kinds of coal nl rcJtsonablb prices Cdme to see us ibef6iebuying Roysc Pouiib ii 125tfri i i d N J CENTRAL BAPTiST CHURCH aebrgc W Shepherd Piistor Services it courthouse Sunday selioiilit 9JOa ifu preaching at il a ni and 7 p irir Prayer mectinj Wednesday at 715 p m 11vSat10Ltf UltMlllHL SlAJiGS TWBE GHF Kentucky Organizes Important Bu reau Under New Law and Will Keep Mortality Records Plans to Safe guard Health JIBOWL1N6 GREEN Ivy Nov 30 A live WCpthiiiStN aVc beiils mndIherO itth iittthi1of the of ViiaUStaiistics law which gbf 101clPjlloranM the olloti llofmolhitlitsta t fti It is r department of the Pfate Board of llouUh and is ouri farrenohing ir irs imphrtniue to the welfare and lives f the people of Keiititcky Kentucky hits plitced herself in the front rank of States doing most forth ilreservation of health and in the establishment ofa Biirean of Vital Statistics sIte is the first df the entire south to take this longneglected step Ohio Massachusetts Indiana Peiiii sylvanirt Wisconsin Maryland Cal ifornia and nine other States have1 in successful eratioll suck a depart ment for the permanent niaintainancc of records of biiths mid for anibfc successf ffiglit against thd ravage of disease by means of the ccrtifi cates of deaths returned to the State Office The State Registrar Dr W L rieizer who will inaugurate and man age the Bureau of Vital Statistics has just returned from an extended visit in Ohio Michigan and Pennsyl vania and Washington D Cwhei he studied the operation of the mull those States which arc declared by Dr Cressy L Wilbur chief statisti cian of the Federal Government to be the best in operation in the United States Kenlnckys Bureau will be a combination of the bfcst features of these States with some suggestions of tin Census DepUrtment added Under this law before ni body is buried t lie undertaker must procure bitVial or removal permit1 wlriMij hall be issued only by the Local Rdgistrar who will bdplacedat coli vemcnt localities This permit ctn lies secured only Ibm certificate of dbiith Juis been filled out by the phy sician and in thfe event the person has flied of an infections on com niunieable disease smallpox cholera diptheria sHrtrlet fdver erysipelas before n burial penriit is issued the body must he so prepared for burial ih at thieve ino danger of a spread of the disease in the community This not only safeguards the public but by means of these reports of coming lflhlfl allover the tate properly tabulated and classified the Stole Boa of Health is able to learn the infeeted districts anti spots that ncedelitning upThroiigh5 its sanitary ilrj lors and engineer OvR SPECIAL IIdOIV rtm wR WF ARE W are IttlpDMersiand DistfiKUforT llitYldirEtiropen and Anielican WIHe and Whiskies THE SWEDENAMERICAN CO IS INDEPENDENT OF1 AlfY TItUSTza 1l WHY WE MAKE THESE OFFERS Tihtfierinipbrt rs can make suc1ispIendid 9eneroUg f rs Ttie trtisth can not compel us to sell at their prJ es1 afIfiSSaf wUlHlg totgive you the benefit of our foresight and advertising mthods Wh simply want tb prove the Werthof ofouFgoodsthanaIlRELl ABILITY As to our reliability go to Your banker and have him look us up in Dun or Bradstreet Express1Agentactlf as we say and that you will receive tlie best of treatnljertt at our hands TESTIMONIAlS Below we reProduce testimonials from a few of our steady customers Wiie b hundreds more but selected these because they were from men who are known all ovetthls iCQuntryv Our goods please them Dont you think they are worth a trial by you clin Gordon the German Senator theactor managerAvho has made the world laugh says Have never had better liquors or at better prices I carry them every where with me Bobby the the says I believe Private you for the price one SweUish steady YbuWill note tnat we have listed a number of standard wines and litjubrs in our They are 3nd Jiquofs are fit to grace lhe sideboard of any lionlein America We callyour especial atten tion to1 our famous PUNCH This is on6 of thb holiday liquors that has appeared in years Itt is madfrom a recib has handed down from tb by the Royal Family ofSwedenf and is now for the first time put upon the American market Too can not he said for it 12 quarts 4 quarts 118 goodVwhiskey orderblank SWEDISH generation generation ANY GOOOS IN ASSORTMENT IN ORDER BLANK SHIPPED ALL CHARGES PAIDUs express QUARTS ANY GOODS IN OUR ASSORTMENT shipped Express FOTJR quart4 of any goods in ANo our assortment absolutely UR I E IIr IN SHIPMENT 552 IN ORDER TO INTRODUCE OUR LlOiUQRS WE INCLUDE FREE OF ANY CHARGE ONE GROSS OF FAMOUS SWEDEN ANTIBLOWOUT MATCHES WltH OUR SPECIAL THESE MATCHES GREAT NOVELTY THEY ALONE ARE WORTH TOTAL COST OF TJEOR DER M i J and guarantee our goods to be as represented stated1 above special four quart FREE Is limited offers arp the liberal eVer mad at any tirnd at an price by any firmaIf youCat1not use tweJy quarts DELAY AS THIS OFFER WILL NEVER BE REPEATED youi order TQD AY NOW Our holiday business will be very large and to insure prompt shipment orders should be sent immediately m MAIL t INBLANKS CAREFULLY ORDER fltiNx Gentlemen Find enclosed for toKith flensef- ij jrwir express thefoliowing order QUARTS NAME OF GOODS T lrSW ISHtlH I s f rOR11 rS A SHERRY T rS A BLACKBERRY SA Private Stock Whiskey I S A CORN WHISKEY IAddress your envelope plainly to H H Dept 3O OHIO the cause of siulli prevalence of ease is learned and proper regula lions enforced as will stop this need less slaughter of the citizens of the The entire for e of the Bdiau aid State Board1 bf Health is engaged in appointing suitable at distances of a few miles over the eiitire Stlttc These are the Registrars who not will report and deaths hut arrangements are being perfected so that they will report the cases of ihfeclibus anti dangerdiis diseases tli1t ocdur in their district and which do not necessarily did When this Pennsylvania which spends the snhi of HlO0000 eiich year for work The Voting PVecinct is bi as the unit for the territory Local Registrar will cover in When two or iioic units hd combined to advantage resulting in no inconvenience to the people this arrangement is nijlde Already hun heels of acceptances have been re ceived from men all over the State and include bankers lawyers teachers farmers clerks and hi nearly instances people who are interested in promoting public health work It is mainly the work of sell the proper blanks and instruc tions that tile time of the lau tfif Jan t it i t North one of stats of Follies of 1910 dont I ever had such as your Stock Hdcan sell it Al H Of saysEnterwhiskey and of propose to be customer one all that best ressINOF OF Woods Tnrich month want that been much THE by 185 ZQO IItS8 lit k j tt2 Quarts THE FOR THE OFFER ARE A AND 630DJPART OF THE We Express Charges iust as OUr offer compaiesverybusyOur mdst HrTHESESend in TEAROFFORDERBLANK AND FILL I lug SHIPPING DmEC i S P Remit by U JS or Express M hey Onlcrror bycuf rency If you send personal check add 25c for collection 1 l Express Office 1 R F D or St No County sTate THE SWEDEII AMERICAN COMPANY 1rt PORTERS ANDDISTRIBUTORS SwedenAmerican Biilding M CINCINNATI dis Commonwealth men Local only births Willi1je healthI cachI ports till 1hioperation wiliccupy tiUli AmericasJmoSr J Pay Name ro TREE PBIESCRIPII N Sent to All Who Ask Pr cripUdrtorlWnd rf ll New Med c1l DiscoVcrg SENT KIEiDI D J Walshs most onderful discovery has attained suchreiflark able success that he has decided to sand free prescription to aIr whB fill out the coupon below and mail it totlnyil1C ordinary dodtbr sdulii charge froth one to three dollars for writing a corntirotipreseriptioh4hiu specialist from five to twentyfive offer to write a prescripTibn suit able to your case and oJTev4odo it PftEti I will also send you free of cost my book How t6 Get Well for yoiit1 q1itthewonderful new prescription discovery just fill out coupon and yoiiwiii receive prescription and book y return mail all charges paid otopoir r Free TreatmentV IDrSend we at 1ce all cliarfjes paul 3onr free trmjnienfe foi case arid your ttaltentirelyfree to f liV NfE1S I1iYADDitESS IS I Ago HOv long afllicted IIf your disease is not on the list i 1 opposite write thenrbne Here J j j i 1 5H one t Ion of each I to a I MjPrincipaIToubfejns Been If yourtrwilhthe one from wHich yoii sutfeFriibsfc u Rlicnmntlsni Kidney Troutilti1 LmiiUagd Bjndder pPronbie Diabetes Heart Disease Dropsy Impure BlcotV Nenralgfa Fetnrtlei Tronl lo Drnrrlidea TorjjiS Liver CoiLstipation IartihlParntjsi Iiidigestidn Neiyousneis Hpn4achfulfaJnri r Dic1iiieS s Bright s i 4 f J t 44 iZJ ry Jl f t- t j c THE WINCHESTER NEWS lt Pane Tfirte i J4P r 1iLT m 5 TLrTOff 0I1f rFift stt1 i tAr t tnI v a ti L 2O 2toq CIS r tREE FEEE f tP it0 y1ucn Second 25OO Watch or Ring COME IN AND HEAR THE PHONOGRAPH SPEAKViOR ITSELF t H BO VT ENOptician 29 S Main St WINCHESTER KY DtiNT FORfi ii r it SOCIETY I u t Comphhishiahy DIheh- hiss Iiiloy Gurrctt informally cn 1fet lnetl with in chibtfiute course ou Thursday evening in Minor Shelbyvillets acre Dr George Brooks Missliulh Tucker Mi Joe Nunn licy Miks i Kite nun Mi Cliffy McClure 3fiks Anna Stoner Rash Mr FleiHiriJ Qiiis eiiberty and Mr Eugene Tucler The menu was very delightfully prepared find served in a cllarming manner curd the dinner was one of great social enjoyment jMrs Withers Davis and baby daughter Annie JonetMiaYe rclniiied tolilieir home in Paris afteY a visit to Judge and Mrs Eo S Joufctt Miss Laura Ecton contiiiucs ill ITer mmly friends hopefot a speedy recovery Mr James Smithers pharmacist at Stole drug stare is tlueateiied with typhoid fever and was removed to tho Good Samaritan Hospital Slit mrtny Mrs Carl Grant wtis Called to Mnd isou county by the death of her sis RaYburn1LIT Jl Scrivener 1X Mis Riith Scott of Lexington is visiting Mrs John CIdllandi j Mrs Jesse Blonde is visitillgi Here She will return id her home in Lex ington Saturday afternoon Mi J N Rankin of Lexington wns a visitor here Friday Mrs G B Nelson and little daugh ter Faiinie Belle were guests of Mrs Milry C Shiddcll in Lexington Thurs day afternoon Mr Will Porter ik visiting his sis ter Mrs J J Gibson in Fayette County Miss Jtne Gaitsliill visited hchiisis tet Miss Edna Gaitskill at Lexington Friday Mr WniAvidk GHy isScry ill at the i3rotynProctoiT1IAtailednoise has been summoned from Cincinnritj 1lrs D wight Penll lon and ehil = dren are visitinifriends in Louis villeNisi Anne Duerson is visiting jMrs James Kennedy and others in Mt Sterling Hiss Mary Lane is the guest of Miss Eva Spencer in Lexington Mrs Yernoit Hisle lilts returned from a visit 10hOstar Lyre in Lexington President Tigert of Kentucky Wesleyan aitteMettlhtftiideiHhg of the Kentucky Intercollegiajte Athletic As sociation at Thermeeting was held at the Phoenix Iiot- l and many measures relating to athletics of the colleges were disI ciissefll Mrs1 Radiol Barow1 continues very Mr Ben Prewitt has none to Wis crtnsin to attend college Red Stat tibaT is tlld best oh the market sold by Royse Boone 125tf tilE SAEVA TION ARMY H Our relief Woilr rapidbpace the year round but there are two special occasions upon which we Pit fdtih fiHliftl tinic mlc1 effort There late our free childrens outing in July and our annual Christmas CEStBLACKf Dont disapoint the family by not haviil gone of our own famous Black Cakes for the CHRISTMAS DINNERn i4kWe have all theVmaierials you will need f Seed Raisins CuffafitSr Citron Lenittli ntf OVarig Pgei- j Layer Figs Patfe Shelled Pecans Shelled English Walnuts Valencia and Jordan Almonds hi v Genuine New Orleans Molasses v v AlhGrades of BroMSugaf rIL1 jwt b vi f i i Enjoy One dfTKe Seasons Delicacies MacNeill Weathers BO hctPhbtles 40 f t j c jjOA 1 ilS 44tkQST fl ik NW 4 naC i J ti yY tf 7jo I f tr i =V 1 wu7w i U AW URGED ttf CALL EARLY AND INSPECT OUR LINE OF L HOflDAVD1j 3to I d JJ Jt Everything In Brass beautiful bolls best line of Hand Bags Fanc Clocks 75 cents Fursof all kinds new stdck Umbrellas new Neckwear Crepe H arid Fancy Scarfs Handkerchiefs for men women and children Silk HoseL Mens Socks Perrin Kid Gloves for Women and Misses Perfumes Spangle Faris 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 Piris Rings Brooches Beauty Pins Belt Pins Cuff Buttons Combs Barretts Baby Bums the new destructible Dolls a big line ask to see them the craze is wdrse than the Bilikin craze Keady l Wear t tJEPAATMENTj s full of new thIngs and many bargains are being shown 20 Sample Suits to j close out at 15 OO 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 J 0 J r CLJFTONB ROSSj t T s L AYRS HADR VIGOR StopsFallingHairMakesFlairflat Oho the I Makes Hair nr f LI J Lowelllliarmair dinner to the poor Now as Christ inns fa nearat li lmlvc are making preparation to give a free Christ inas dinner to all of Winchesters worthy poor There is nb doubt in our miiids but what there will be many a child wiht out a Christmas dinner or even a toy to brighten its heart on this day unless someone spends their day in this way Wcitfc however prepar ing to spend our funds in this way by giving a dinner to all the poor of this city We therefore ask the co operation of all the citifcetls of Win chester to aid us in this undertaking- In a few days our street kettles will inK JOHN A SNOWDEN OFFICE IN i Bean Building near corner Main and Fairfax Street Resident 143 Boone Avenue Home Phone office No 795 329IOFFICE HOURS 8t i ir GIVE HIM tf p1 J8 SHIRLEY PRESIDENT SUSPEHDERS t J Fori f CHRISTMAS ttTij i nt d be out and we certainly hope none will pass them by Copt anti Mrs Frazee See Royse Boone before buying your feed11Te handle the best in town 125tf We have a find line of the choicest pictures framed or imframed at a big reduCtrdn AVinchester Paint Wall Paper Company 1210tf C AMY eading Magazines AND WEEKLY PAPERS SUBSCRIBE NOW jIf you Jiave not yet renewed your old subscription do it immediately So as to Jose no numbers I call meet any price quoted by any or write for my new catalogue WALLER BEAN Phillips Old Stand pairgiftbcnCsdto See tHem whether you buy of ndfj SHIRLEY PRESIDENT SUSPENDERS are th kind with the Sliding Cord BSck cofafbrU t forgetheif he were buying them himself HolidayBoxesto us state color preferredand whether light or medium weighlwcbbing Enclose 50 cents pet pairandwe will mail to anyaddress Signed guarantee onevery pair Buy today arid get part of your Christmas Shopping off your mind would like three beautiW Art Panels 1014 PresidentCalendar THE c Ai EBGARTON MFG CO 333 MaraSt Shirley Mss t lpr 1 4ISTOMACH DI5TRES If Settles Your Out= of Order Stomach and Ends All Imlipestjoh Five Mln utes Later 1l There i1 saltjecttremendous antiferniQnt and dikes DialtepslnThist a heavy meal without the slighte fuss or discomfort and relieve th sourest acid stomach in five minutes besides all foul Nauseous iIthc formula plainly printed on each oDcent case of Papes Diapepsw then you will readily understand wlrgv this promptly cures Indigestion aim removes suchsymptoms Ins Hearsj burn a feeling like a lump of lend iL the stomach Belching of Gas anUi Eructations of undigested food wit Icr brash Nausea lleadaclfeTBilionitf Irandnimteshncsof gas or your food doesnt digest sandyour mouls dont seem to fit wh not get a r0 cent case from yoi m druggist and make life worth livingjj Absolute relief from Stomach aril perfect digestion off nnytliihj you eat is sure to follow five after and besides one case is snflj1 whole of sudtf 1Surely liiielwill always either at daytime or dint ing night relieve your stomach misj I elY and digest yom meals is fas haritly and valuable a tliiuft as yog could have in the house ABLE TO BE OUT i fIr IT IT Phillips who has been for the pMt week of lumbago was able to be out for the first time SdS t inday morning 0 We have the best feed on th market Come to seeus before buy Xll0Former Attorney General Richaffl Oiney of Boston has been retamcu an attorney for the American Stl Ins Refining Company in the Govertl suit to dissolve the company SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWSt nt AnUs TurnbullA frank statement of the1 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 bevyt overstock which wilj be cut down by sweeping reductions now y Wool Goods w Wool dress goods of all kinds and qualities aVe cut to the quick ybu Ill heve to come and see our prices to realize the great recuctipns I 1 ReadytoWearAll coats and readytowear garments of every description all this seasons styles are reduced as never before this early in the year t Tailored Waists 375 Waists go at iVi J l 1 25 250 Waists go at 1 75 J Muslin an Dimity Weists 150 Waists go for 99c 100 Waists go for T2c- Black Soieseffe Waistst 200 WaistsI 121 Colored and Black Silk Waists Waists which sold from 5 to 650vgo in this sale for29 Muslin Underwear S Allmuslin underwear also goes in this sale at prices that will astonish you p Artis Turnbulli rlj 10d1t t tikj d t 11 i hr t rc W vr f ic fi t W j f c 44 r i r L PMP FnHf THE WINCHESTER NEWS II X i Y i O H CHENAULT Pres LB F BUCKLEY MgrsR i t The Central Kentucky Tobacco I r Warehouse Co X Incorporatedi rIX Both Phones 964 Opp State University S Upper to Lime Lexington Ky The Leading Warehouse In Lexington h Having sold over 2000000 pounds since opening ci f of season October 25 1910 V Offers superior inducements to farmers of CentralJgpU l Kentucky to sell their tobacco in the la lighted and best equipped loose leaf tobacco ware t house in the world i 500000 square feet floor space lot 1j 500000 pounds capacity of loose leaf tobacco i r 1 per day Vs Redrying plant of 75OQO pounds per day Eri f vate track free to all railroads capacity 15 cars v loaded or unloaded under shelter r Shelter for one hundred and fifty wagons stable Itroomfcr 300 horses I Open day and nightt We have sold an interest to the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Company who are represented by Mr B F Buckley of Bourbon County one oftie most experienced tobacco warehousemen in the State Strictv personal attention paid to the receiving grading assorting and selling of each individualcrop whether loose or in hogsheads If necessary we can devote one floor to loose leaf and one to hogs Ihead tobacco throughout the season Calland see us and be fully convinced where to sell your tobacco either loose leaf or in hogsheads rf The Central Kentucky Tobacco Warehouse Co Incorporated Lexington Kentucky I a r v t Vic Bloomfield Company will be at home to their friends and all Christmas Shoppers from now until- December 24th i t and will be pleased to show their large assortment of Holiday Gifts suitable to every member of wthefamily t FLlytnchester Kentucky t fr r t tt fc I i COUNTY COURT DAYS r t Below isra list of the days county held each month in conn etEAnderson Lawrenceburg 3rd Mon iJ1y a esp Garrard Lancaster 4th Monday Grant Williamstcwn 2nd Monday Jessamine Nicholasvillei 3rd Mon day Lee Beattyville 4th Monday Lincoln Stanford 2nd Monday Madison Richmond 1st Monday Mason Maysville 2nd Dday1 Mercer Harrodsburg 1st Honda Montgomery Mt Sterling 3rd Mo day Nicholasg Carlisle 2nd Monday o j I9 to- XMas ttALIAN GIRL SUfS DOCTOR lli SaYs Broken Limb Was Set in Such a Way That Now Her Toes Turn In j ANN f iRBO Mich Dec 10 Miss Florence BenOliel who according to the genealogy of her fam Kingnagainst Dr Cyrenus Darling of the University of Michigan who set her broken leg her pride andcomfort as she says in Court in such a man rliiier as to make her toes turn inward fDr Darling she charges refused- to rectify the error so she employed another surgeon to break the leg and reset it She produced photographs hicqnrt showing the improper con tour of her leg after Dr Darling had sctitand askss damages of 1800 Miss BenOliel is a cultured Jew ies daughter of a missionary in Je rusalem The BenOliel family has been converted to Christianity She ismi lecturer on Emmanuelism having worldIMUST PROTECT THHR SURPLUS 4 In Future All Kentucky Banks Must Comply With Statutes According to Ruling Announced By Bruner FRANKFORT Ky Dec 10Int- he future all banks in Kentucky must comply with the statutes requiring them to create and preserve their surplus as prescribed by law Secretary of State Bruner Thursday an liounced this ruling after receiving from AttorneyGeneral Breathitt a written opinion upholding him in this ruling Bruner holds that each bank must comply with the law in setting aside onetenth of Usenet earnings to cre ate a surplus equal to onefifth of its capital stock before any dividends arc declared He also rules that after the surplus is created by law the bank must keep the surplus unim paired before dividends are declared In other words if a bank by any kind of loss impairs its surplus then the surplus equal to onefifth of the capital stock must be recreated be fore any dividends are declared land that the bank will not be permitted as was the case when the original was created by putting up oretenthof its net earnings before declaring dividends He says this ruling became imperative because a few n time Kentucky banks are using theirs to dividends and replac intbesurplns with onetenth of the net earnings r See Royse Boone before buyin your feed We handle the best in town 1 5tf- PRESIDENT IVSI RETORT COURTEOUS Accords Respectful Hearing to W K Who Had Made At tack Upon Him- 1jASIHNGTON Dec 10Presi dqmt Taft and W K Kavanaugh who made an attack upon the former during the recent waterways convention aitf St Louis met face to face at the- VhiteHouse Thursday The Pres ident gave a respectful hearing tq Mr T Kavariaugh as spokesman of a com mittee whicli called upon him to present a resolutioaadoPtedat St Louis fOl1rteclffootrt ew ajid then said 4eMr Kavanau theajf bench long enpugh to learn that it is s r k I A Great Assortment Of Christmas Goods We have made unusual preparations for out Holiday Trade The largest and most complete stock of Toysin Central Kentucky can be seen in our store All Christmas Goodsv idisplayed this week Imported Mechanical Toys Games of all sorts Bicycles Cameras Skates Steropticor Mirrorscopes and hundreds of other articles Dont fail to visit our store when in Lexington C DCalloway Co Successor to T B Dewhurst 146 W Main Street Lexington Ky be to to visit our 14 Ky the duty ofa Judge to listen to the testimony of any man no matter how much he may have been the court at the corner grocery Following the retort the promised to give tlC matter his earnest Mr Kuvanaugh is president of the Deep Waterways Association Int speech at the last convention he declared tla the Pres ident had lost interest in t Mississ on the examining boardand that he had unduly favored this of his own river the Ohio V W 6 AND KY OFFICE Phone 145 DRINK PAY TRAIN ARRIVES The L N pay train arrived Sat urday morning and all the hands on the section in this county received their monthly salary If you want pictures framed see us We are making Special prices on all Winchester Paint Wall Paper Company 1210 tf This is the kind of weather that You can use a storm front rQalland see what I am selling J M Woods Fri93t FOETHE NEWS The Christmas Gift You can giveyour hus band or your boy is a Suit or an give him on day but willImake him happy all time that he is it We have a line of Mens and Boys Presto from 500 ttf 1500 Also a fine line of Boys Suits from T 150 It will your rjiJferest store before buying elsewhere Harris Main Street Winchester abusing courteous President consideration LakestotheGulf llengineers improvements Bush Company- FIRE TORN- ADOINSURANCE WINCHESTER HCELDOWNEY RoIaMore framing SUBSCRIBE Most Sensible Overcoat appreciateI pleasure Christmas wearing splendid Overcoats to500 Friedman Asthma Catarrh Cured Expert Medical Scientists Announ Startling Results Obtained By SenpineK New York Thousands are taking advantage of the generous offer ma by The Wqo worth Co1161 Broa way New York City requesting an experimental package of the great discovery for Asthma H Fever Bronchitis and Catarrh whr is mailed free of charge to all who write for it It is curing thousands of the most stubborn cases It ma es no difference how long you ha been suffering or how severe the matic conditions are where you li Senpine will cure you f If you have experimented with oth er treatments and have failed to findI a cure do not be discouraged but send for a trial of this wonderful truly meritous yedy which is a scientific compound discovered by a Professor of Vienna University and is being recommended tthousands SHORlHANO t Standard Phonography the shortest legible sb Taught by a course of individual lessons t best method of teaching known J Lary 234 S Highland street Home phone 737 V AUDITORIUM rTlie Auditorium will present two splendid pictures Saturday afternoon mud Saturday nigltThe House With Closed Shutters Biograph latest success and anew vitagraph Dtisies ova June Idyll Both of these pi q tidies has justJM iilafised Icr 4rtd It Ja4 CLASaiFIED ADVERTISEMENTS- ca word tug a slnjw mswttcf 2c a wird for three consecutivi IP sertloo Kac a word for each addltlena insertion lOc a word per month Scattered insertions c per word per insertion Nothing inserted for less than ten iouksforFOR RENT Handsome twostory residence of 10 rooms all modern conveniences and outbuildings best location Priee40 per month Modern residence of 7 rooms fur nished Has bath gas et diThis is your chance to start to Aiiousekeep ing for 30 Puce 30 per tionth We have a number of small cottages for rent from 10 per month np 1 g Office in McEJd wneyhHome Phone 728 flat Tegg 26j Inw IIInsure t and and Real Estate Agency OFFICE Fraternity Bldlt Phone I8r FOR RENTHouse of 7 rooms Wheeler avenue near the College Price 16 per month Phone Gt5 or apply to M A Baxter 12JJSt WANTEDFirst class canvassura andcollectors tcrivork in Winchester Must have good references You can make good money ply to M L Gordon 24N4ri1- Main street J2S 3h FOR RENTA larger caturenieitt fTVitApplyPhone 356 128tf t FOR RENTThte uPstarts robins for light hpusekeeping asd ndrstreetiMrsLB EHrorpPller f lspecialtyern Magazine Agency Ch r B gn = ner manager postolfIceb x 4540 K phone 541 Winchester Ky r 1123tf jFOR RENTNew house furni ht- lJon Boone avenue with gas and bath January 1st to May 1st W French 1256t FOR SALEA valuable building jSITEA plot of groundmill from Winchester oh the west side of the Paris pike PricClObO cash or will divide into 3 lots iind sell for 350 each win sell to cewhite or colored peoplc Address J M Stevenson 1069 bi und St Cincinnati Ohio li30OtV FOR SALE Harness saddles bug gy robes horse blankets horse col gaFOR SALE Pure bronze turkeyg lYMrs J F Golden Eas Tedp- e6 332 JlJ7lmbr FOR RENT75 acres good corn land now in clover and ready to plow loadvenote Apply to EC tod f atHW veEctonsgrocerv 1010tt tinyINews office 12 651 WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS toldest and best inatilolion via Rollespillsbest made Kerr perfection and White Pearl flour has no canal PENDLETON BUSH 6 BUSH s Htttmeyi it Uv 5tk Floor McEIdowney Bailiiif KYCLEWIS Rf HAMPTON V Attorney at Law i i dice 5th Floor McEidoWmej i ijrSpecial Attention to ColIectioniK J i Winchester JCy J M STEVENSOI Jtalt it h W S MilHSt Wmclmtiri yi jjt l