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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fi U7 IAST EDITION THE WINCHESTER NEWS IIy VOLUME 5 NO 49 WINCHESTER TUESDAY DECEMBER 13 1910 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEKill INTERESTING FACTS REGARDING HISTORY OF HART FAMILY F Joel L Hart Famous Sculptor Was Son Of Josiah and Judith Ha Worked First as A Stone Mason Kentucky was admitted into the Union as a state June 1 1792 It then had a population of 74000 Preceding this date there was a strong sentiment in favor of allying Kentucky with the Spanish govern ment This sentiment grew mainly from business reasons The Alle gheny Mountains formed a barrier between Kentucky and the Atlantic Coast states Our trade naturally went to the seaboard south of us New Orleans then under the domin ion of Spain was the market place for our products Gen Jas Wilkinson a soldier of tire Revolution had settled in Ken and was the leader of those favoring allegiance to Spain The first settlements in the state of consequence had been made ina period dating about 20 years before the state was admitted into the Union In an old ledger before us we find an account with Gen Jas Wilkinson December 1792 He is charged with castings amounting to 41 pounds 8 shillings and 4 pence In tin same ledger 5bf date May 5 1791 there is a charge of one pound and nine pence against tire firma of Rochester Hart Co This firm did an extensive business in buying the produce of the early settlers and shipping it to New Orleans This was before our present coinage system was established and business was done largely by barter and on credit when there was to be a money consideration The transportation a was by flafcboats that were floated down the Kentucky Ohio and rivers It was about this time that Rochester of Rochester Hart Co started from themoutl of lower Howard Creek in this county with a fleet of boats manned by stases From that time to this day neither Rochester the crew or tIll cargo has been heard of Heavy storms prevailed and one theory was that all were lost bait the general opinion was that Rochester arrived in New Orleans sold Ms cargo includ ing the slaves and went to Spain Josiah Hart was the partner of Rochester He owned 800 acres o land in a square the southern bound ary being what is now street in this city The creditors of Rochester Hart Co closed in on Mr Hart and his land was sold bringing about 3 per acre The wife of Mr Hart had inherited from her fathers estate in Virginia a larg number of slaves These slaves were her own property and could not betaken to pay the debts of Rochester Hart Co The creditors of Roches ter Hart Co with a view to fore in Mrs Hart to sell her slaves to whom she was attached had her hus band arrested and confined under the law providing imprisonment for debt These were trying itmes for Mr and Mrs Hart Their land was gone and there was nothing for the slaves to do Many conferences were held between the husband and wife The negro buyer was on hand offering a price for the slaves to work on the cotton plantations of the South To sell them would secure the freedom of her husband but it would also mean the separation of the negro fam ilies and cruel treatment to aUof them At last her mind was made up that she would set them free The legal forms were complied with and nil of the negroes were sent across the Ohio river into free territory When there was nothing to be gained Dir Hart was released from his im prisonment The descendants of this uable couple live with us today and have shown from generation to gen elation that they are worthy of theI stock from which they have come Josiah Hart was a son of Thomas and Mary Morgan Hart Thomas JIart was a soldier in the War of the Reyoluticn and the 800 acres of land rigs part of a military grant The maiden name of Mrs Josiah Hart was Judith Tanner She was descended from the best blood of Virginia and the mother of Judith was known as Lady Tanner from the dignity of her manner and character and the social position of the family from which she came in Virginia The children of Josiah and Judith Hart all bom in Clark county were Thomas Morgan Robert D John Joel L and Mary Morgan Thomas the elder son was mar rfed to Lucy Ashley For many years heV vas the principal surveyor of Clark county ami as long as he lived he was a perfect encyclopedia of j r wJ boundaries corners and distances and to him all turned the farmer the lawyer alikefor a disputed line or a clouded tithe lIe served his county in the legislature in 184950 and was at one time county school diergenernllinof his death was an honored and use ful citizen He was the father of nine children tti11livingJosiuhAndrew Hart was admitted to the bar but died soon afterward Mary Morgan Hart married John D Weaver Several children wer born to them Annie and Dr Rober- Weaver of North Middletown Ky and Otho Weaver of Oklahoma are living Little did Mr and Mrs Josiah Hart think when they were raising heirl children under adverse circumstances that one of them Joel Tanner Ifart would be recognized as among the worlds greatest sculptors but it was so to be He worked first as a common stonemason Later he began to work in marble to design and make images His greatest work Woman Triumphant was destroyed by fire at Lexington Ky To better prose cute his work Mr Hart lived for many years in Italy Mr Andrew Hart a nephew of Joel T has the family genius and has constructed a wonderfulmachine on which he has patent It is a perfect voting ma chine of such mechanism that wo are unable to describe it NoteThe information contained in this article about Josiah and Judith heart was obtained mainly from the late Judge James Flanagan wio got it from his father Peter Flana gan who was acquainted with the facts R R PERRY WORKCARRIED AlONG RAPIOLY Hundreds of Laborers and Many Car loads of Supplies Are Sent to the Mountains of Kentucky Work on the L E extension eastward from Jackson is being carried along rapidly hundreds of laborers and many carloads of supplies ving already been sent into the mounttains of Kentucky both from Lexington and from tho eastern end The opening of the threemile extension from Jackson to Quicksand has brought much freight into the mountains Several large warehouses are being built at Quicksand solely for the storing of the supplies of these contractors and another for the storing of powder and dynamite which will be used by the ton in the workon the 93 miles between Quick sand and the end of the line near Elkhorn near the Virginia lineIQuicksand is a freight while the only passenger station on the threemile extension is Dumont This station is about two and one quarter miles from Jackson and will be a passenger flag station only and no freight will be received there all such traffic being taken charge ofat Hie freight station at Quicksand which is intended for freight only One round trip each day will be made to Dumont the train from Jackson arriving at Dumont at 113 oclock and leaving for Jackson a 1140 oclock The reason the train- is not sent on to Quicksand is that the station is located on a branch line and this place will be made the pas enger stop for Quicksand The Quicksand station is located the mouth of Quicksand Creek where the millsofHie Kentucky River Hardwood company and of Mowbray Robinson are located These firms have a number of houses in course of construction and when they are com pleted they will be used for the hous ing of the employes of the two com panics There is also a large commissary belonging to the same people whieh- does a large wholesale and retail busi ness This place is expected to become a prominentjiplace for the haul ing in of mere amUse gals the ship pinkof different materials srespeciaUy snugger d In addition to the force of men sent out by the L E to begin the work of constructing the 90mile ex tension of the L Ea smaller number of workmen have been dis tributed at intervals along the line of the L E for the purpose of re pairing bridges and culverts in order that that portion of the L Ewhich rtyears been in operation for several may be put in better physical condition It is reported that thi work will be kept up throughout the winter and it is hoped b ythe bcgin winter IS FORCED TO KEEP AT WORK And Nervy Telegraph Operator Sends Message to Station Agent That He Is Being Held Up NSW YORK Dec 13Yhile a andtShore railroad station at Highland N Y Saturday a dramatic story of the holdup was being wired to Wee IIIagentkeep on working he wired He doesnt know that Iam not sending r quickWord a 0posseNolan said the bandit had disappeared down the track West Shore officials believe him a member of the gang that held up the Cornwall agent Sunday Shortly before 5oclock Saturday morning Telegrapher Gleisner at HighlandThis is Nolan the instrument is tickedowl Iam being held up I wins sitting at my desk when a young man with light overcoat came in Pointedreyo1er Said he wanted money would kill me if I resisted toldme to wor kat instrument went to key culled you up Will send help at once Gleisner replied Keep right on at work E Gleisner notified Cornwall to send out a posse and then called Nolan again Keep him there and well catch him Help coming soon hr wired With short intervals a lengthy reply clicked in on Gleisner as follows- I am still at work so is highwayman He tells me to keep sending- messages He has his gun pointed at me He is now going towardsafe t is unlocked Now he opens safe Gun still pointedat me I watch him pHeblow you to pieces Confess I am badly frightened He looks like he means business He ransacks the safe watching me all the time lIe out money and tickets put them in pocket c He is walking back toward me He says Stay where you are If you move in less than five minutes after I leave here you will be a dead man I have companions outside He backs toward the door- I am asking him to remember that this holdup may cost me my job Am arguing with him He says he is sor ry but cart help it He smiles Keeps on toward door I am begging to leave a little of the money be He laughs Cant hold him any longer Now he is gone Wish I had a gun Nolan wound up Could pot him easily SIGNS CLERKS SALARY CHECK ReceivesnAmount Allowed by the City Coun cil Mayor J A Hughes liras signed the atIcheck for the amount allowed Judge P P Pendleton for services ofIclerkof the police court and the mat ter is now closed up The check was signed last Friday afternoon and at the same time a number of others were signed for bills passed at th last meeting of the council NEW RESIDENCE The handsome brick residence of Mr J T Luman on the Boonesboro pike which has been under construe tion since early in the fall will be completed this week Mr LuaYan in tends moving to it from his residence dfiWest Broadway next week 50000 WORTH OF GOlD BARS lh Are Recovered and Sjjc Men gpd pjne 1Woman Are Arrested in San Fran cisco SAN FRANCISCO Dec 13Rcovery of almost 50000 wortho f gold bars and the arrest here Sunday of six men and one woman ends a man hunt whole has extended ove lthe entire country for three months since more than 50000 in bullion was stolen from tire steamer Hum boldt on Sept 11 OperativeharrySergeant Edward ODay and 13 local detectives swooped down upon four lodging houses in the vicinity of Sixth mud Howard streets and took the half dozen suspects into custody At the offices of the secret service in the postoflice building every tries known to cunning detectives was employed to secure their confesisons Important information was glcnnet andmessages to apprehendOthCI members of the gang were sent broad over the country apartmentbrought which contained bars of gold wdiich the detectives claim is part of 170 00 in gold bullion shipped aboard the All steamer Humboldt from the Tanner gold fields in Alaska on Sept 11 While the gold was on its way to Seattle till robbers removed the gold bars of and substituted bars of pig lead y Two members of the party are known to the government One DEone of the ringleaders ofa boon s s3tematicships plying between Alaska and Seattle It was in his room at the Hay ston apartment that the treasure was found His wife gave the name of Irs E C Smith- XPERIENCE OFW PUP1ITMAN of Prisoner Was Confined in Room With Several Tons of Powder Com mander Makes ThreatsaJers NEW YORK Dec 1311ow itbe feels to live in a prison which also is used as a storehouse for several tons DpowdClday was told Sunday night by William P Pittman an American soldier of fortune when he arrived hereon the liner Allianca from Cristobal Pittmans prison adventure was only one of a goodmany exciting TI1hitherolutionists He was captured by the government forces at Bluefields and sent to Managua where he was thrown into prison The commander of the prison he said decided that if the town was captured the powder A stored there would bc blown up and the prisoners with it On Aug 22 however the revolutionists took the town and the prisoners were released by the revolutionists Pittmans home is in Cambridge Mass t FATAlLY SHOT BY SWEETHEART Miss Bessie Reader Dies as Result of Pistol Wound Inflicted by Grov as er Vice Sunday Morning ST LOUIS Mo Dec 13Miss Bessie Reader 22 years old who was shot probably fatally soon after Saturday midnight by Grover Vice when she refused to give him her love died Sunday Vice who then attempted to end his life by taking acid and sending a bullet through his Citev l hospital The shooting occurred lice t boarding house Vice was reared by the girls fa ther who is a Presbyterian ministe- at Piedmont Mo r Do you Ipve met Bess he in quired as she stepped into tine hall from herr room Slie answered with an emphaticrib Vice threw one clan about the m and kissed her As she struggled rin his embrace he shot her in the sigh breast The girlsank to the floor un conscious Her sweetheart asked her receivceltFinding the girl did not answer hi pleadings Vice walked to the front of the hall andstepped into an ante room where he drank acid and then shot himself The bullet entered the skull above the right ear and came out at the top of his head RIVERS ARE AT FLOOO POINT Several Persons Are Drowned and Miles of Cultivated Flowers Ar 131he Italian Riv eria has suffered greatly from the cent storms and the weather ens even more loss Miles of rejvoted flowers have been San Rcmo is flooded and many of rsidents of that city were during the night to escape from win dows by means of rope ladders their houses being surrounded with water Several persons have been drowned The railway between Bordighera and the French frontier has been in terrupted on account ofwashouts the rivers in the north are at fix flood point- The Tiber also is rising fast A on its banks on which the village Pontcnuove stands is being rapid undermined and its collapse if threatened MEN ARE TO MfEl Bird Financiers to Discuss Advis ability of a Show Here During JanuaryAn is being made by poultry fanciers of Clark county to have a poultry show here during the month January immediately following the tIMessrsN B Barnes are the prime movneed a meeting of the fanciers has called for Saturday afternoon next in the Fraternity buildings IG CASE IS NOW ON TRIAL Suit of Mr A A Clay Against Anderson Estate Is Being Heard in Circuit Court The suit of A A Clay vs Chen arlt of the estate of Anderson which urns cacircuit court Monday morning con sumed the entire day Tuesday and i will probably extend over Wednesday is The suit is for a claim amounting to about 20000 which Mr Clay alleges is due him for services to the late Mr Anderson AN ORDINANCE Be it ordained by the Board of Councilof the city of Winchester Ky First That it shall be the duty of the Judge of te Police court of said city to act as deputy clerk of said courtSecond Such Judge shall receive compensation for such services an annual salary of 30000 payable monthly out of the treasury J A HUGHES Mayor S B TRACY Clerk Red Star co 11the best oa the market sold by Royse Booue 125tf TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY WANTEDA woman to cook and do light housework for two people Apply 27 E Washington street or 1213trLOST A black belt and metal buckle with topaz setting between 118 College street and Lexington ave line near Lowes pond Finder lpleas return to 118 College street i t L13Sr CALMNESS Of THEIRRECTORPre- vented Panic of Congregation o St Raphaels Roman Catholi- Church in Philadelphia PHILADELPHIA Pa Dcc 13 ev James J Kane rector of St Raphaels Roman Catholic church jightyfiftil street and Tun cum ave rue Sunday morning probably pre ented injuries to many of his con gregation if not several deaths from i panic when he calmly continued hauling the 10 oclock mass in the churchwhile smoke from a fire in the basement poured from the cracks n the floor just beneath the altar rail ater to be fololwed by the flames The fire apparently Iliad been smold ring for a long time having caught from an overheated furnace During the mass the church sexton notified he priest that the building was afire nd received whispered instructions o call the fire department andat aek the flames with the fire extin nishersith which the building was upplied With the mass over the congrega tion started in a mad rush for the doors Calmly Father Kane stepped before the altar rail and notified the panicstricken persons that the serv ice was now over and that they weres supposed to go out quietly and not like a lot of stampeded cootie The calmness of their pastor reassured the members o fthe congrega tion they ceased their panic and passed quietly into the street SANTA ClAUS FORCHLDRENAss- ociated Charities Committee Asks Donations for Christmas Gifts forfi the Poor Little Ones tlTheAssociated Charities met Monday afternoon and began active prepara s lions for supplying Santa Claus Lw poor children of the city towhotn Old Gentleman wo dulnot pay a but for this committee For 1G years a Santa Claus committee has been existing in our city supplying each Christmas morning ennllyIpresent or token of ChristmasgThe first they seine 25 children and each year nil umber has increased until this ye n there will be 150 or 200 to be sjj plied in this way The committee has never worriers our the people by begging or pleading with them to donate money ts this cause as they feel that it shouh1 be a freewill offering and that eel is citizen of the town and county should prize the opportunity of being per mitted to donate to such a worth The committee announce through the press what they are dong and what they want and that it necessary for money to be raiser with which to purchase these gifts It bc esnt to the little ones and the gen erous instincts of our citizens immediately s responds and the money i forthwith produced This year there will be no exception to the rule although the number has so materially increased and a committee was appointed to whom any who wish to donate to this cause may send them money This is indeed a most worthy cause and we doubt not that the money will soon be in the treasur with iwfhich to purchase all the arti cles needed The ladies of the committee tvil- meet Tuesday afternoon or Wednesday and begin the canvass of the city for the children and to arrange for the purchase o fthe nuts candy fruits and presents This will b quite a task and the ladies will have it completed in febe next few days bu if there is anyone who knows of an child from 1 to 15 years of age i this city to whom Santa Clans is not likely to make a visit they will confer a favor upon the committee by send ing the name or names of the child or children their street address ageI and sex to Miss Sue Petticord nnlllthesuitable presents arranged All who wish to contribute thi fund can send their donation tornv of the following W T Poynter R C Fitch I WEATHER Fair Tuesday fair and slightly warmer Wednesday KENTUCKY Mississippi Washington administrator J W Chambers- M D Royce C H Lovelan- dE L Upham W T Ogden John M Stevenson C B Strother John M Hodgkin Bosleyf GarnercPetticord Money sent to any of the above will be immediately turned over to the treasures of the Scents Claus commit tee Of course the more money raised the more Christmas can bc furnished to the poor unfbrtuiiato little chit dren therefore let us who are nuns gioIiberalloff sad let the little ones have a good time this year t COLDEST Dft OF m YEARfTher- mometer Tuesday Morning Hov ered Around Eioht Denrees Above Zero Tuesday morning was the coldest morning of this winter Thermome tern early in the morning hovered round eight and ten above the zero mark There was little change until late in the day and this was very pavementsiucleaned and the continued doll weather has made them as hard and slippery as glass Numbers of persons have had hard falls on iliee pavementst MARKETS CHICAGO Dee 12WlceatUnl- ess there is a different class of support than for the last three days of last week the bears count on forcing an even sharper decline in prices They claim there have been desertions the bull side daily since the of cial crop figures were given out Even the bun leaders are threatening give the market a twist from over spots Prices lost nearly two cents for the week and three days in dipitharc replying on the fact flints cash premiums exist The other fact that the big mills own practically all the spring wheat in sight and Chicago is facing an interior demand for cleat or stocks of red wheat after the fnet- of the year Everything considered the situation is heavy enough to sug ent sales on temporary swellscausod by any scare of shorts Com Most of the strength during rtlliesshorts in December who feared the now or some other obstruction might prevent sufficient supplies to meet all December sales to the East Pit observers claim that this short interest largely eliminated Receipts of corn were heavy the entire week and exceeded shipments by 1500000 bushels The weather conditions favor the continuation of liberal receipts and probably declining prices under Ifedging sales and hear pressure bo cause of enormous supplies for the year poitionshould weaken with corn Provisions Gelt says 43000 hogs against 45000 last year Holders arc still feeling comfortable and some lines held by stock yards people have been added to in the way of pyramid building The cash trade inot so good and with present receipts of hogs stocks are liable to show an crease by true firstofthemonth The crease by the first of the month The nowtCHICAGO Dec 12Cattle Receipts 11000 iheafl 10 cents lower beeves 435720 Texas steers 4610efeeders 350r calvesfReceiIntsnsteady 2500 450 Western 275450 yearling 450a 575 lambs native 450o 680 Western 5C70 IDEATH OF A CHILD John Irvine son of Chas Irvine died Friday at his home near Hunts of brain trouble aged 8 years The funeral was preached Saturday at Antioch church by Elder M P Lowry aid the remains were buried in the Baber burial round PdDe TwO I1JII JI IUUIU lUll H 0 II JfefHRUK rttti Ail Independent Mewspiptr Pit llsed by k Thi Winchester aittwtt ftIncorporated nee 5C9III South Main Street Winchester Kentucjcy t Dally Except Sunday Entered as secondclas matter November 28 190 at the postoffice in Winchester Kentucky under the Act of March 3 1879 raI9UJffiHipTlpH PATES luDailySix Months H L5Q Ose Month 25 Payable in advanqp ADVERTISING RATE- SDisplayPer Inch One time any edition 25 Three times within one week 50 dOnePour weeks 4 times a week 210 Four weeks three time sa week 180 Pour weeks toptimes week 120 Four weeks o 75rteReading HoticePer Business notices body type 7cP- am reading news heading 15c Three continuous insertions of same item at double the onetime rate Classified Per Word One insertion any edition lc Three insertiuns 2o Each three additional insertionsizc One calendar mo continuously 10c o Nothing counted less than 10 words No item charged on books for less 1ian 25 cents THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGH a ADVERTISING BY THE nlffBftERICBWH GENERAL OFFICES NEyjf YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES mALL THE PRJNCIP1 CITIES SUGGESTS HON H G GARRET- FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER Referring to the possible Republican cauflidntos for Railroad Commis donor in this district Gapt J L McCoy in the Lexington Leader has the following about one of our citi zeiis Hon H Gie Clarkecounty a Tenth district man has all his life been a stalwart party worker and leader and has had much to do with the great growth of leis party capablegbusiness man Jmvmg been a famous sawmill operator fund general busi ness man all his life and very sue cessful one in all enterprises he has undertaken He has been for long years a lumberman engaged an ship ping lumber ties and staves to all parts of the country and being fa railiar witli railroad rates and traffic schedules he ought to make a fail Railroad Commissioner He is one of Winehestors most substantial citizens and is a strong pillar inXspme of the financial concerns of fas town as well as a live factor in the bur mess life of the mounitaiu section Hc is a member of I the Baptist church and a liberal con tributor to every cause that seeks tc upbuild lint only his own town and county but all like causes in tbe pn tire statCst The district is so overwhelmingly Republicjrt tt hat there will probably not be ariy opposition tq the Republic an nomihooV All that Capt McCoy says is erne and much more can be said of MrlGarrctt He was elected theLHcounties of Powell and EstiH in 1895 and servedijjQt as politician but as n represenJVtiyc of the business inter ests of tho state He was a delegate to the national Republican conven tion at Chicago that nominated Rooseveli in 1904 In 1008 he led the Republican ticket as a Taft theanomination for the Legislature in this county wljlfr Wore was no chance of his electiqnuflnd the majority against him was thirtyone less thon against Willson fqr governor He is n liberal contributor fo everything in which he believesHis eleption would insureva business admhiistraitipn of affairs by the Railroad Gommissiou J i t 1 t f WINCHESTER CO 9OA SAYS ROOSEVELT IS NOT DEAD Mr RooBclt iVnct lead byri J means The Republican party is stilla very able powerful organization ItI always been most powerful in pl identinl elections and most weak in off years Only presidential elec lipns bring out its full strength in tile North Mr Roosevelts future will depend more largely upon Democratic mis takes than upon himself Democratic success in 1912 will penr1 more upon the mistakes o both Mr Taft amid Mr Roosevelt than upon Democrats themselves The future belongs to the party that will snake the fewest and the small est mistakes The next presidency belongs to the independent intelligence and the telligent independence of New York and three or four other stales Mr Roosevelt is not dead by an meansNew York World The very next day after Dank Callahan gave out that there would be no more killings in Breathitt count J C Shepperd killed Bad Bill Bailey We do hot give this its a news item but simply to show that Deacons are not infallible Bellcounty claims to hold the ban ner for the growth of population an increase of 12740 in ten years It also claimed that Middlcsboro has There is nothing certain in politics but we prognosticate that in next congress the stalllpuL Republicans and the standpnt Democrats standpat side by side mill that Hit progressive Republicans mIl pro jressive Democrats will be goinp some President Diaz of Mexico is a sue cess in getting rid of his enemies It a prison sentence is not effective he has them shot It is now claimed that Solomon wan s ot so wise after all Ve always did believe that Solomqn was foolish about women Money will buy almost anything except human brais We have more respect for the lowest beggar than for the dude that wants to borrow a quarter rThe senate committee will report t he charges of bribery in the election pf Senator Larimer were not sus tained And this report willnot change the opinion of anybody It is said that the weather affect people find it does Just now the coalman is smiling while the ice man ip glum HUNT SCHOOl ENTERTAINMENT Pupils of Seventh Eighth Ninth and Tenth Grades to Give Program Next Friday at 2 Oclock The following program will be ren dered by the pupils of the seventh qighth ninth and tenth grades of the Hunt graded school on Friday after boon Dec 16 beginning at 2 oclo- ckpuaLiciAUCTION We will sell as a wholet with guaranteed invoice Groceries Fixtures etc on Decemberl4th i at 2 p at our place of business on Npjth Main St ECTQN1J8Pi a ltAJf tiDSOPt1F MANTELbtis no longer possible only to the very rich You can buy one here all ready to put up at most moderate figurer Artistic grillwork rails newel postsy lctc arc other specimens pf our mill- work which permit a majv ofmoderate means top have as handsome a home as hq wants LUMBER MANUFACTURING IN T a pcT Wednesday a t r ChorusBeautiful Beams by tlsej schoolRecitationWhat is Rare miDy in June Lowell Miss Mabel teljDialogue How Slic Cured Him1 Thomas Baker Polly Baldwin and Ejsie Jewell Chorus = Kind Wordy Cpn Never Die schoo- lReeitationThc t Chambered Nan 5us Holmes Mr John Newton Jfenry Recitation Tim Skeleton in Ar mbr Longfellow Miss Mary Frances Ectou Quartet WhippoonvSl Song 1CafIr Thomas basso and Mr Marcus Baber temi- orRecitationMy PlnIIate Whit tir Mr Lcoff Curtis Recitation The Death of vlic lowers Bryan Miss Bcssie J wellDialogucTrustj l Too rare H Learning by Experience Minerva FTjiggard Robert Rich n rCton Elba beth Read Rosa Jewell Anna Shear EaTcretvRecitationThe Raven fPcv Miss Dell Gilbert t Chorus Farewell School Days school 3The receipts of the afternoon will be applied to the library and decovsi tions for the schoolrooms TIll friends and patrons arc urged to attend h INDICES flON Relief in Five Minutes ahil Perma rum Cure or Money Back hawce a costs s 1and is guaranteed to cure any man or woman who suffers from fond for mentation or money back what are poor stomach sufferers in Winchester hill vicinity going to do about Wl Food fermentation causes belching sour stomach gas eructation heart burn and that lump of load feeling as ypn probably know The name of this most remarkable stomach prescription is MIONA fost people call them MTONA stomach tablets because they knov that there is no remedy so rood for indigestion or stomach disorders Here is one opinion I have been troubled with indiges lion for more than a yeah Thought one box of MIONA and it cured me Now I would not be without box in the house for 500 It slSa lot of doctor bills when you can heI cured for 50 cn1sAthurquest Nichols St Wakeficld Mass MIONA stomaoh tablets cost 50 Gents a box at the Phillips Drug company and druggists everywhere and money back if they dont cure Wa handle all kinds ofcoal at reasonable prices Come to see its lieforo buying Royse 8 Boom 125tf GeeAiiitIt Cold ToDay Dont you t peeJa Iqadt oijgpod coal We sell the best Red Ash Jellico sold in town Also Beat ty ville and Whito House Cannel Buy from us and you will be satisfied i BEDFORD TUTTLE BothPJiones 305 wALLaWi HIS J Pill TEETH And Charles Smljtjfc AJjjd 41 rail fn sine Tester Digs of Hemorrhage Several Days Later t COLUMBUS 0Q13CharlesS- mith d41 mi engine tester of Marion dice Siiuday morning in Grant hospital from hemorrhages oaused 1y swallowing his false teeth four weejjsago and from the shock ofan operation performed in the desperate hope of saving his lifer Smith while sleeping at the home a relative near Butler swallowed his teeth More from fright than from pain he came to Columbus and was treated at Grant hospital lit suffered no ill effects and it was thought that as is often the case an operation for time removal of the teeth would be unnecessary He returned to work and experienced no inconvenience until Friday when ho suffered a hemorrhage Hi was returned to Columbus where a second hemorrhage occurred as he whs placed in an ambulmice at the Uiioii station Sunday morning a third hemorrhage necessitated an immediate operation Too weak to hear the shock of the operation he died as he was being tnblef and two daughters The body was shipped to Butler his former home whore funeral serv ices will be IfcTd WChl dayI Big reduction on oIl framed and unframed pictures during this month Winchester Paint Wall Paper Company 1210tf SHOPPERS ATTENTION The swellest Christmas things ever broii2hitto Winchester at MRS ELLA HAGGARDS 1212lf J DONT TAKE CHANGES Be on the safe silo by calling a pUnnljcr Dont try toj luulertnkc it yourself It is like trying to put r sick person on his feet without J doctor The vcisult will be the sane disaster Let us come and either repair the damage or advise you what to do DonetWest Broadway ADVERTISED LETTERS Anderson S J Adams Mrs Mary E Brinager J D Boone Mommic Bartlett E B Ballard Mrs Nettie Brown J Y Curry Walter Crayne Miss Nannie D Dixon Lucy Fishier Myrtle Fields Mason I Gilliam W G Hisle HoiHamilton Robt Halley Jglm F Robert P l South Miss Opal Swope Mrs Zetta Stringer EllTucker W AA 1 Turnoy Mis Jossio Thompson Robert- JOHN G WHITE P M PILOT VIEW William Rupavd and family and J T Rupnrd and wife were guests of Chas Rtipard and family Sunday T A Piersall is on toIle sick list Turkeys have been selling for 15c per pound- S A Niblock bought five shoats from Zack Pace for 17 Robert Powell was out rabbit hunt ing the other day and killed a red fox Ho sdUTthe pelt to Thos Berryman for Kinney Hadden ii fairJily of Indian Fields leff iof Colorado last Thursday t Sic Johnson and wife weetvereruWui enesteihla msi HirJ aY j RV Y JACKSON FERRY Mr John Jordan sold a hog to Mr Win Richardson at 72i5 per cwt IrsJ D Baker is quite ill at this writing Richard Thompson wife and children spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J D Baber Miss Lillie Baker and brother spent Monday night last at the home ol Mrs Jas Woosley Louis Woosley Httlt sisttr Sal lie spent Thursday niglit with lIillic and Maggie Gravett Mrs Sarah Hampton died at hci home at Bloomingdalc Saturday Dee 3 She hat only been ill two weeks Silo was a devoted wife and a loving mother She is survived by her hus hand Mr J M lampion f five sons tivo sisters and two brothers with a host of relatives mal friends tr whom we extend our leiiderest sym patityPUBLIC SALE OF Land and Crop Wednesday Dec 21st at 10 oclock a m at my place two timid one half miles west of Winchester Ky on Van Meter pike at Kinross Station on h E I willof fer to the highest bidder at public auction my farm of S5Vi acres This place lies in one of the most desir able parts of Clark county close to town railroad station in 400 yards of house nicely watered by running stream neverfailing spring house located upon an elevation land lies well and in one of the best produc ing partpoi the county At the same tjme I wiltsell 62 head of sheep due tp lamb March Ist one Bourbon fhief mare coming three years old handsome has been ridden and drirI en some One bay family horse gen tle for lady to drive Nnfrngansctt turkeys Barred Plymouth Rocks In dian Runner ducks breaking plowsi cultivators hay rakes f ijich wagon combination bed and frame teddera harrow smoothing harrow disk roller one Hoosier and one Kentucky wheat drill two mowers buggies about 180 hocks of corn in field some fodder arks hoes andother things too num ejrous to mention TERMS Made known on day of dale 1JOHN M WHEELER R R No 4i Ky NOTICE I will not pay any bills charged to me without an order from me B II Talbott 12132w =Have you seen time AllView Mirror Its the best miryfor made C H BOWEN 12122t TULIP pied at tile home df his grafidpar eats Friday Doc oiO Othc little 1nB Womans Tme Friend4 Experimenting with new anduntried medicines is foolish and often dangerous It would take proveitselfo t scription During all that time it has been worn liftingand giving them the final touch of perfect health Women use Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription in preference to all other advocated medicines for it contains no alcohol or drugsIs riot anything like advertised secret or patent njedicincsrdoes not cjaim Jo fie abfo to do impossible things THE ONE REMEDY for women devised by a regularly graduated physician of vast experience in womans ailments and adapted to her deli sate organism THE ONE REMEDYgood enough that its makers are not afraid to print its every ingredient on its outside wrapper You cant afford to allow yourself to be over persuaded into accepting any secret nostrum as a substitute for this honest squaredeal nonsecret medicine Dont do itN0 honest druggist will attempt to cheat you in this way He who does should be rebuked and avoided Doctors prescribe Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription for their worst cases because they know what it contains and know its ingredients to be of the very best well now and then to gently cleanse out bowel germs that breecPweakness cause foul breath loss of appetite dizzi ness and headache Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets keep bowels sweet and clean Recommended by druggists because of their purity goodness and active gentleness Worlds Dispensary Medical Association Pierce M DsPres Buffalo N and Stock Wnchester habitforming eWestminster Chimes 1Lae wrr 1I fiLITUBULAR BELL CHIME The Herschede Hall Clock as a timepiece t a tubular chime andan article of furniture for home office or institution appeals alike to utility refinement and musical taste The perfect movement insures correctness of time the solid oak or mahogany case with classic lines conforms to good taste and the melo dious tubular chimes sounding the hours and quarters after the peals 7 f Whittington or Westminster serve as a pleasing reminder of the passing hour The fifty styles give ample choice in design size and price allshowing IIthe moons phases in the dial arch We are sales agents for The Herschede Hall Clock Co of this city and willsend illustrated cat alog on reques- tGifts by Mail You can purchase gifts of Diamonds Sterling Silver Sheffield PlateGGold and SilverJewelry Mantel Clocks Etc throughour Correspondence Department at moderate prices Correspondence solicited Silversmiths Jewelers Goldsmiths The Frank Herschede Co Herschede Building Fourth Street East Cincinnati Ohio 75 to 750 be to to our r Rev Kelly filled his regular ap pointment at the Chapel Sunday McKinley Owen of Winchester was the guest of his uncle Hayes Owen Saturday and Sunday Rev Thomas Stiuet of Wolf count was tile gie3 of W D Owen and family J tt1R The Most Sensible Christmas Gift You can give your hus band or your boy is a Suit or an Overcoat He will surely appreciate it and not only will it give him pleasure on Christmas day but will make him happy all the time that he is wearing it We have a splendid line of Mens and Boys Presto Overcoats from f50sAlso a fine line pf Bpys Suits from t 150fa5OO j It will your interest visit store before buying elsewhere I HarrisFriedman r f i 1 Icyi l t t ut t J crecdbought a fat lipgfjio + Recce Babb for 750 per cat B AldiSgc bought a hog for pcr cwt Red Star coal is time best Ton Ibc rnaiketjsbldsby RovseBbiinal 1 1gi Li h F r t r t i i 4 Y c c L THE WINCHESTER NEWSF ThreeFaoc r rLiiETYcIJ FORGET IllsTA We beg to remind you of the beautiful IJ t 20000 Edison Amberola Phonograph and the 2500 Watch or we are giving away as Chrjptmas Present to tour friends 11l IS UPON USi Let us impart some fof it to you by showing you these handsome articles which we are giving away A machine exactly like this one holds a conspicu ous place in the Drawing Room of the White House j No reason why you shouldnot receive itI r Com iandsee ittzIl r C Ht BOWENJeweler and Optician Winchester Ky- I3t dl s cvi1 Charminq Entertainment enIItertaincdjit nrc on srtcel i honor of her guest Miss Victoria Boothof K Cm1l1 B college O- flNortJlons and They reported a nice time The guests wefts Misses Victoria Booth Delie Hull Pearl and Eddie Wade Keltic Oldson Bertie Turley Ida Peggs Edith and Agnes Reed Lillian Karriek Emma Karrick Rosa Kerns Pearl Douglas Nora Turpin and Hus iuTHle Messrs Charles and Ilarlan Doane Ode Douglas George Kerns Bennie and Carlos Wade Elmer Tiu tin Oral nice Leonard Talbott Robert Oldson Earl and Allie Conner Arthur and El mer Karritk Jeff Greene Ernest Swope and Mr and Mrs George Tall bott Misses Victorin Booth and Alta Lit ton Wade of K CHill B college spent Sunday with Miss Russia Gay Yule r U D C Meeting The Virginia Hanson Chapter Daughters of the Confederacy hell an enjoyable meeting wit lithe presi dent Miss Carrie Featheringill Sat relay afternoon The program was uite interesting and varied Deliciou refreshments were served by the host ess and Miss Bowden The meeting then adjourned until January lvhei- Mrs James Aisle will be the hostess ThcmasAldridge License was issued Monday for marriage in this county of theI e Thomas duel Miss Amanda Trances A Id ridge The groom is from Fayejie county IChristmas Gifts supjPOJtsa11 one in the mountains of this state Sunday a subscription was taken for the purpose and a ChristI ntlllEntertainmentIAn entertainment will be given aI the public school house at Hunt on the afternoon of Friday Dec 10 Tlio proceeds will be for the benefit of the library fund of the school The oustedttenth arc promised an afternoon of m l enjoyment The price of admis sion will be 15c Mrs Nannie Kash has returned to Mt Sterling after a visit to Mrs Floyd Day Rosa Wilson of Mt Sterling IlIiSS liras week E B Freeman of this lSn N Zimmerman of Lexing ton titers the guest this wellof Mrs Ed Sutherland Mrs II D Varlic of MilVaukeeis thp guest of her mother Mrs Q Daugherty of this cit- yMfrs Henry 0 Thomas is the arues of her daughter Mrs Addle Smithof F yette county armyI Just Received j r tJf A TON OF at t Xmas Candies and Nuts SI itfover th t amount last year I why Because our Candies are absolutely pure Made from granulated sugar and pure syrups Our as sortment of lout we buy from the largest house in the US- SEE OUR LINE BEFORE BUYING MacNetfl WeathersVtv f Both Phones 40 i t T7 1 y1 j J t Artis Tnrrbuni n li i A frank statement pf the reasons wjtiy we cut prices on tailored suits waists wool goods and many other articles The November weather i was delightful but it was too fine for business resulting in a hear Yk overstockiwhich willbe cut down by sweeping reductions nowa f I t Wool GoodsW- ool dress goods o tall kinds and qualities are cut to 7the quick you will heve to come and see our prices to realize the great recuctions j v t lleadyfoWear y Allcoats and feadyftowear garziients of every description all this seasons styles are reduced as never before this early in the year ITailored Waists 375 Waists go atM 225 11 250 Waists go at175II Muslin and Dimity Weists 150 Waists gO forJ u VU1VJ r 99c 72ciBlack Soiesette Waists 121iColored and Black Silk Waists Waists which sold from 5 to 650 go iri this sale for299- Muslin UnderwearA- ll muslin under wcaii also goes inthis sale at prices that will astonish you r Artis TurnbullI Iwh Jre he will visit Capt J A Nash Judge Allie B Young passed through this city Monday on his way to Irvine to hold the Estill circuit court for Judge D U Redwine who is dangerously ilL Mrs G B Penman of Atlanta Ga is tike guest of Miss Carrie Tethcrin gilK CincinnatiMrs friends in Paris airs JT Renaker has returned from a visit to Paris jfiss Katlierinc McCord is with relatives at Richmond Allen Barrow and Harry Bush have returned from a trip to Iowa Euca Haggard of Texas is visit ing his parents Mr and Mrs YoS Haggard daugliterfguests of Mrs Jdbn Parker and Mrs II W Slicer several days last week Miss Lenora Rice ivlio has been in the county for a month visiting friends returned to her home in Win hester Monday Christmas Sec the line of pictures at the Winchester PaintcC Wall Pa Do you wiant something tasty for per Company 1210tf COLR08ln S J PIPE UREAM Takes Wild Ride in New Automobile Which He ThouQht He Could Run t Col Win Robb of this city bought au automobile recently He had want ed one for some time lint being close financier he objected to tll price But the opportunity came to gel a 4000 machine for 2O00 and he made the purchase lie was in Lexington and tele phoned to his wife lijd daughter t meet him at the front hibtarm for an auto ride After some instructions he started the maehiile in the direction of his home From some cause unknown to Col Roble the machine continued to in crease its speed and he was unable to stop it When his front gate was passed it was going at the rate of a t mile a minute and he saw his famil as through a glass darkly Mr Robb kept the thing in th Steaming Hot I and MIGHTY DELICIOUS DRINKS f When you are tired and worn out from CHRISTMAS SHOPPING cup of our HOT CHOCOLATE HOT COFFEE or HOT BOUILLON will take the chill from your marrow and put new life into you each drink is a drink ofpleasureTASTY and SATISFYING t HOT CHOCOLATE CLAM BROTH LEMONADEit n J NOTHING EQUALS HOT SCDA on a cold day i TRY ONE TODAYJ Martins Drug Storet INe giva G01DTRADING SiAMP Lt Jrt JI I fl t t k huddle of the road and in desperation decided to let it go until it ran down Mjles and miles were covered but finally it stopped and Col Robb woke up RETURNED TO MOREHEAD J C Stun h the brother of Melvie Stuart who was found deadat the Winchester hotel Sunday morning re turned to his home Monday 1 Ir Stuart came down Monday morni 1tt shippedlloehead to l cd to stay here for several days He particulac rs ing and returned 0A RARETREATPo- whatan I Will t Be Seen at t Opera House Thursday Night December 15 That the people of Winchester ful ly appreciate the rare treat in store Intenseyest g manifested in the Indianeopera which will be given at the opera house Thursday night Dec15 under the auspices of Virginin Hanson Chapter CrAdded to the enthrallingstory of the gallant Capt jo Smith by thq beautiful Indian princess and the charming romance vrluch pulrainatcd in the union of John Rblfc and Poe t hontas and through this union in ii treaty of peace1tyhich undoubtedly secured to the English and their de scendants the sorereirintytof our awn thepersonalitytract those who wish to encourage talent It is not goiiig too far to say that the audience will be absolutely enthralled at the revelation of what ourn1idstpf the theatricalworld do not hesi taf e to say that our local talent will Compare favorably with any aggregation before the public in a similar dine All who attend this beautiful perforrnanqe will be amply repaid A study of the complete cast will show jjthis in advance The Principals Powhatan Mr Fred Dakin IliselaPathfindeiMr W K Reese i Ansome Arvey Mr Charles Ven able Winona Girl Jliss Anna Wills SunbeamBabe Peggie Cleland Cliff Gudenuff Mr Oullum Fpster 1 t Crazy Horse Oilmen Womack Captain JohnRolfe Mr Louis Hampton John Smith Mr Albert L Baker Kate Rash 1POlahontasliss s Winnie Gar re tt Song Birl Miss Genevieve Con wayllinnehahahiss Allen Cmtcher Assisted by a large and veiltrain ed chorus of bewitching Indian maidens and stalwart braves as follows Misses Anna Stoner Rash Anna Wills Nancy Jett Mamie Scrivener Bculah Flkin Rosa Tempelman Dorothy PII T Bessie Conkwright Alice and Nancy Fans Katherine Nunan Min nie Glass Donahoe Benla- Thompson and Mrs Fred Dakin Warriors and SailorsEarl Cau- her Will Harding Ran Wright Arthur Bruce Clarence Ban Robert Pitch Robert Carr Graham Joann Cnllum Foster Marvin Wright Will Crutcher Gilman Womack The graceful feather dance w prove attractive to utias performed by the following Marie Bloomfield Grace Mary Edwards Henrietta Pcdfor- Nancy McCoy Nary Elizabeth Hayes Ruth Sewcll Nancy Katherine Day Miss Nelson Beulah Drake Margujute Courtney Amy KohlhasiRosa s r Taylor Lillian Jones Margaret Wills Bessie Haggard Josephine McNeill Elizabeth Stewart But the crowning delight of evening will be the Story of Paleface Man as told to the dainty pappooses who are alternately fascinated and frightened by the horrors unfolded to them by Minnehaha This must be seen duel heard to be appre ciated The pappooses are Phoebe Da Martha Haggard Mildred lIreanlorrow Fannie Com Scott Ora Gaines Allen Mary Por tcr Louise Davidson Mary Agnes Garden Laurie Tomlinson Martha and Gladys Foster Francis Rawlins Laura Jett I This article cannot close without a word ofwarm commendation for the effective supporting work of Winchester String orchestra and lh Ellen Bush pianist Without the performance would be Hamlet minus the Prince of Denmark Everybody come Seeing is believ ing Prices o fscats are Vac 50c am 25c The reserved scat chart n el Wednesday morning at Strode s drug store To the anxious mothers of the pnp pooscs aC wish to state that every provision is being made for the well being and comfort of the little performer The committee of lathes in charge of them are Miss Carrie Featheringill Miss Mary Crutch Miss Joh1 Cleland Mr Chas Nelson and Mrs Jas W Womack Weird sounds have recently been disturbing the residents of the sub in ban portion of our city There no occasion foarlarm The explana lion is simpleIt is merely Mr F D the wellknown chauffeur rehearsing the warwhoo Ps incident to his role of the not chieftain Powhatan If you want pictures framed see us We are making special prices on Painthe TOMACH DISTRESS SIMPLY VANISHES Indigestion Gas Heartburn or Dy spepsia Go and You Wilt Feel Fine in Five Minutes If you had some Diapepsin untidy and would take a little mow ybui K if1J stomach distress or Indigestion would vanish in five minutes duel you would feel fine This harmless preparation wilHdi gest anything you eat mId overcome beforel ali crt rr you or lays like a lump of lead iii your stomach or if you have heart burn that is a sign of Indigestion Ask your Pharnlac Ji6fQtqijQ cent takeilla r will be no sour risings no belching rij ofundigested food mixed with acid J urlhflillnessd h sea Debilitating IIcadachcsfDizRi1mesa or Intestinal all go and besides there will be undigested food left over in the stom n ach to poison your breath with nause r ous odors h Papes Diapepsin is certain cure for outoforder stomachshecauseI it prevents fermentation and takes I justhe 1 there Relief in five minutes from all stom ach misery is at any drug store wnitr ing for you t These large 50cent cases contain thoroughlyy 0 dinb T a Leading All Magaziiis AND WEEKLY PAPERS h toxJiQia It j SUBSCRIBE NOWvIf you have not yet renewed your old subscription do it immediately so 1as to lose no numbers RI can meet any price qiolpd by 1Jat a agency Call or write for my neiicalilb glie WALLER BEAN Phillips Old Stand DEATHS ANn FUNERALS v Mrs Rachel Barrow tj The funeral services of firs Raclii morningS jHedges Tuesday morning at 1030 oclock duel was conducted by Elder J V Harding Following the services the was buried in the family legraveyard near tihe house Mrs Barrow was in her sixtyninth year and died after a long illness of cancer She is survived by one son A C Barrow WINCHESTER IDEAHUSilEul lJL JL JLi lJL Jl1 L 1 lJ LiH1JLIJ i Lz I Lz 6s Lz Li L LI1 Lp1 LiJ L J lT1 LiJ E t 1 HOLIDAY SPECIALS 1 r4BEGINNING TODAY WE e OFFER YOU THREE SILK 8 TIES Regular 50c GradeI8 I Three for 1 00 WetGuarantee the Quality and Style 8 These Ties sold in lots of 3 enly We have about three hundred of 8these Ties in our front case E they are gone our offer ends r I E COME EARLY AND MAKE YOUR E SELECTIONS i Ties Mufflers Glbves Caps Handkerchiefs EShrts Shoes and Hats r HUTSELL SMITH PATTERSON Ji1 lJi1Ji1Ji1 MJi1Ji1Ji1Ii1Ji1ri11IJi1rUi1Ji1J 1f 1W W 1 t f I i I tl r r r lu Page Pour THE WINCHESTER NEWS 0H CHEN ULT Pres B F BUCKLEY MgrsRThe Central Kentucky Tobacco I Warehouse Co Incorporated f Both Phones 964 Opp State University S Upper to Lime Lexington Ky 1 The Leading Warehouse In Lexington y Having sold over 2000000 pounds since opening t of season October 25 1910 1Lx ii IOffers superior inducements to farmers of Central HIcntueky to sell their tobacco in the largest best v lightedand best equipped loose leaf tobacco ware = house in the world Td 500000 square feet floor space 500000 pounds capacity of loose leaf tobacco per days kRedryinb plant of 75000 pounds per day Pri vate track free to all railroads capacity 15 cars loadedor unloaded under shelter jShelter for one hundred and fifty wagons stable room fcr 300 horses l t Open day and night We have sold an interest to the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Com- panyt who are represented by Mr B F Buckley of Bourbon County one of the most experienced tobacco warehousemen in the state Strict personal attention paid to the receiving grading assorting andselling of each individual crop whether loose or in hogsheads If necessary we can devote one floor to loose leaf and one to hogs head tobacco throughout the season Call and see us and be fully convinced where to sell your tobacco either hose leaf or in hogsheads i The Central Kentucky tobacco Warehouse Co Incorporated Lexington Kentucky sl A Great Assortment Of Christmas Goods We have made unusual preparations for our Holiday Trade The largest and most complete stockof Toys in Central Kentucky can be seen in our store All Christmas Goods displayed this week Imported Mechanical Toys Games of all sorts Bicycles Cameras Skates Steropticors Mirrorscopes and hundreds of other articles Dont fail to visit our store when in Lexington C DC ano way Co Successor to T B Dewhurst 146 W Main Street Lexington Ky jb ara itt it F J = Q DENIES REQUEST de byfondant theas case of Jouett against White asking lieforother judge Judge Benton denied writteillopUllon Of ISUPREMf COURT Edward Douglass White a Democrat from Louisiana Is Made Chi f Justice senijof Edward Doglass White of Louis iaimtoT5eCliief Justice of the Unit edStates Supreme court President Tufts promotion of As jjKjiute Justice White was received byfhe senate shortly after it con vened Ghief Justi eKWhites commission Wi sessionjAccompanying those of Judge Van Devanter of Eightijudicialof Georgia formerly of the supreme justicee tJiiiletf States action was taken in their cases IT there is no apparent oppo sition to either jurist nor novas an attempt made to confirm the judges made fo rthe new court of commerce AU were Jreferred to the senate judic nary committee Tliesejiale committee on interstate will meet today to con IcIof Wisconsin for membership on tin interstate commerce commission It is said there will be no serious opposition to the confirmation of eith er but as the senate has no first hand knowledge that Chairman Knapp named us the presiding judge of the Court of commerce intends to retire from tile commission the nomiuatior vi meetingThe ol commerce ire Martin A Knapp nano chairman of the interstate commerce commission for a term of five years Robert W Archbold bv United States district iiylge for the Middle district of Penn sylvania term of four years Williair II Hunt now judge of the court of customs appeals formerly Uuitec States distrust judge of the district ol Montana term of three years JoIn Emmett Garland of South Dakota Jor the term of two years Julian W Mack now judge ill the appellate cir cult court of the First Illinois dis hid trciriof one year In the official nominations sent t the senate Monday the members of the new commerce court arc desig nated a ndditioual circuit judges In carrying thiout Mr Knapp is mvmei1 a judge for the Second judicia circuit Mr Archbold for the Thir judicial circuit Mr Hunt for the Ninth judicial circuit Mr Cleland fOIa the Eighth judicial circuit and Mr Mack for the Seventh judicial cir 1 Citizens National Bank Paid up Capital 100000 Surplus 151000 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS We will give you courteous treatment and attend promptlyIH and carefully to aU business entrusted to us CashierIWE CAN IMAGINE YOUR SATISFACTHM when you see the shirts collars un derwear etc you sent here to laundered You should hardly be lieve them to be the same garme so much cleaner are they so perfectly done up You wont be th firstto wonder why you had not sen us your laundry work before What day shall we send for your things Winchester Laundry Co 4ONLY 4c IN STAMPS for a sample bottle ol the FINEST FRENCH PERFUME IItS LIIACVEGETAL Write at once to our American Offices wend 4c and we wirirnai you a sample of the bottleIcPARrUMERIEfff EDPJNAUD BLDG NEW YORK Daysi XMas 5yousuitA perplexing if not serious sitna lion is regarded as having arisen out of the change in the personnel of the uterstate commerce commission made by President Tufts appoint recurs The two new commissioner proposed C C lIcChord of Ken tucky and B H Meyer of Wiscon yin named in succession to Commis toner Cockrell and Chairman Knapp respectively have heard none of the testimony in the important rate case ecently heard by the commission The cases have been set for argu ment Jan 9 1911 By that time the mart of commerce will be in process OhairmanKnappf etired from the commission Filssoclate jnsicee ourt overshadowed all else in the Donate Monday The omnibus claim- rill carrying more than 2000000 Tas reported and taken up but no final action on it was had Tn the house the pension appropriation measure was reported and will some up Tuesday It carries 153 588000 Both houses will be in ses ion Tuesday We handle all kinds ofcoal nl casonable prices Come to sec us refers buying Royse Boonc 125tf YOUNG MEN WANTED Government Pays Railway Ma Clerks 800 to 1400 a Year Free Scholarships Are Offered Uncle Sam holds examinations forBailway mail clerks postoflice clerk r carrier custom house and depart neural clerks Prepare at once foi the coming examinationS Thousands appointments are to made Gammon school education s all you need city and country peo lie have equal chance Start to pre K are nowfree information Fret scholarships this month Write im p nediately to Central Schools Depart Went A38 Rochester N T Special prices on pictures dark December Winchester Paint Wall Paper Company 12KMf AN ORDINANCE Winchester Ky Dec 1910 Be it ordained by the Council of the city of Winchester in regular scion s 1st That it shall be unlawful for my person to spit upon any pave nent or upon the floor of arty public = milding within the limits of said city ir pi2ndiris ordinance shall constitute a se orate offense and the person violat berug shall be punished as herein pro dded nt3rd The penalty fixed by this lingoes for each and every violation of the same shall be a fine of one dol are imposed by the city court after J3onviction 4th Any funds arising from this source shall be deposited to the credit of the general fund of said city 5th This ordinance shall become operative after the first day of Mai 1011 J A HUGfIESffaor S B TRACY Clerk Red Slai coal is the beef on market sold by Royse Boone 4 125c- VISITS LEXINGTON County Clerk J A Boone Ins in Lexington Tuesday morning on b nessLet us demonstrate to you AllView dressing mirror 12122t C H BOWS BID REFUSED At the meeting of the Montgomery county fiscal court the bid of 100 by the Old Kentucky Telephone company for a franchise was rejectedI JJt Classified Advertisements rrIWJJ CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS tc a word Tor a slngix msertice 2c a word for three consecutive sertions c a word for each additional sertion lOc a word per month peinsertionNot neehingphoforFOITRENT Handsome twostory residence ol 10 rooms all modern convenience and outbuildings best location Price 40 permohtb Modern residence of 7 rooms furnished Has bath gas etc This i housekeepingWe have a number of smallcot tages for rent from 10 per month upj p1ND Offce in McEldowney Building Home Phone 72P East Tenn 16 Insure In- STROTHEHS J OLD RELIABLE re Insurance and and Real Estate Agency FFICK Fraternity Bldif Phone i8r estsFOR SALE Four fat hogs weight 250 Ibs Apply J C Owen Phone 4G5X 1212tf FOR RENTStable on cor ner ol Kentucky and Calloway streets Mrs L G Reed 123 23t FOR SALEAn oldfashioned plan and Earnest Gabler Call East Tenn phone 223 rings 1210Gt FOR RENTA large convenient clean dry stable in center of town Apply to Mrs W A Beatty 128tfitFOR RENT DwaterLocknane 1123tf IforMnrbhshedialty Catalogue on request South rn Magazine Agency Clark B Tan leI manager postoflice box 454 O phone 541 Winchester J1123tf buggJars etc E A Lowry No 7 E 1123Imolg turkeys1Ifrs I phone 33211171mo FOR RENT 75 acres good corn la now in clover and ready to at once For money rent or good note Apply to H W Ecton at Ectons grocery 1010tf We have a fine line of the choicest ctures framed or unframed at n big Wpnl ticile All persons having claims of any AIIicenotified to present same to me on before the 1st day of January 19 All claims must be fully proven as required by law chW H GARNER Tues Admr C T A tiltAUDITORIUM engafpeel rem theater to singillustrated songs was unable to sing Mohdhnigliori ac count of hoarseness but willsing recavusterr res are on l bill u The Little Preacher a Western The1Cone pictures DANCE ON FRIDAY Miss Lucile Renaker will have her dance at the sample eroQrUofthe BromiProctoria att30 Friday Plight L t See Royse d Boone before buying your feed We handle the best in town 125tf REPAIRING If your organ or sewing machine ds repair call on or write to 27 street Winchester Ky E T ne 1532 D B SIMPSON V W Bush Company FIRE AND TORNADO INSURANCEWINCHESTER OFFICE Phone 145 PENDLETON RUSH BUSH Mttorntys it Law 5tk Floor McEldowney Bnildinff Winchester Ky LEWIS R HAMPTON Attorney at Law Ifflce 6th Floor McEldowney Bnildi lr Special Attention to Collections Winchester Ky M Lew 10 S Main St Winchester Ky SHORTHAND Standard Phonography the short legible shorthand Taught by a course of indiv l1ua1essonst1le best method of teaching known J C Lary 234 S Highland street Home phone r37- INCHESTERW ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in Rogertuse best made Kerr perfection and White Pearl flour has no equal See Royse Boone before buying your feed We handle the best hi town 125tf R JOHN A SNOWDEN OFFICE IN an Building near Corner ain and Fairfax Street avenuel 795IS t 12 gitoSDm EDBHAHPTON1 F Prrsldm Cutler s R VicePresident Aut Cublei redClark County National Bank Established seas Accounts of Merchants Farmers and Traders Solicited Collection Made on Points Crpital and Surplus orX35000000 1GRAND JURY ADJOURNS IThe grand jwhich was in ses sion Monday adjourned in the after noon to meet again Wednesday It is probable that the business will tic finished Wednesday and adjournment taken RETURNS FROM HUNT Dr IT D Stubblefield returned Monday from a hunting trip in South ern Kentucky He will resume ills practice of osteopathy here Jt PROTRACTED MEETING The meeting atthe Church of Christ on Fairfax street continues If with much interest The prcarhing is fine and the attendance is wouiler ful when the weather is considered No additions to date t k