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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t VWWVtYVWWWWWWWVV WVW I LAST EDITION I tpppC GXX K VOLUME 5 NO 52 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY FRIDAY DECEMBER 16 1910 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK ISOME ADVANTAGES OF THE EXTENSION OF THE L AND E While Winchester is Asleep Other Towns are Preparing to Reap Belle fit From Railroad Building The article in The News about the advantages to Winchester of the ex tension of the Lexington and East ern railway through the mountains toward the Virginia line has caused much comment among the people The merchants seem to be awakening to the importance of the opportun ity Some of the leading members of the Commercial club are discuss ing the steps which must be taken But we are not the only people who are on the outlook for the benefits to come In a twocolumn editorial of the Lexington Herald an endeavor is being made to stir up our neigh bor An extract from the editorial on the importance of the L S E rimy awaken some of our sleepers Here it is- There is a prospect that is pointed out in the annual report of the secretary of the Commercial club which Lexington greatbbenefit and that is through the growth that is to take place in the near future in Eastern Kentucky Lexington merchants should supply the trade of the mountains Lexing ton banks should furnish the money to finance their development both the of the Lcxingtonlandopportunities Cincinnati and other cities of Ohio and West Virginia SECOND TRIAl OF DEVARY Who Is Charged With the Killing cf JlrHarvey Ewen at Dunaway Church Sept 19 1909 Friday morning Judge J M Benton began the second trial of N Devary who it is alleged killed Hal vey Ewen at Dunaway on the night of Sept 19 1909 The killing occurred at the Dun away church after the night services nd was the result it is said ofa quarrel Devary gave himself up to the officers the day following the shooting and cIa xs be killed Ewen in selfdefense This is the second trial Devary has had The first trial was held last December and resulted in a hung jury At noon the prosecution had closed and Devary had testified for himself TWO COUNTY SCHOOlS ClOSED r the Fall Term This Week and Teachers Have Left fur Their Homes Two of the county schools finished their fall term this week and have closed Miss Maude Craig finished her work t the Sudduth school TnesI lay and left for her home in Pulaski c Pranklip school closed Friday afternoon GOES TO CINCINNATI Mr S D Goff left Friday morning for Cincinnati where he will be for several days on business for the Ha gan Gas Engine and Manufacturing company no THE PENITENTIARY 4 Princess Dudley Colored Gets Prison r Sentence for Robbing White Ma of 300 J vPnncess Dudley colored oho was charged with robbing a white man of nearly 300 last September was THE WINCHESTER NEWS have reaped enormous profits from that neglect Due to the fortunate circumstance that some of the ablest and most enterprising men from the Big Sandy Valley went to Cincinnati accepted positions in banks and wholesale houses Cincinnati has secured and maintains an ascendancy in the trade and finances of the Big Sandy Valley which now makes it more difficult far Lexington and Louisville to secure that trade than it would have been had we Kentuck theIsented by the statebWe believe it to be a conservative estimate that within the next five years a minimum of twentyfive mil lion dollars of outside capital will be spent in the construction of railroads and the development of the coal- mines in the mountain counties which ought to be tributary to Lexington It is probable that twice that amount will be spent We shall not be sur prised to see the mountain counties of Eastern Kentucky increase more in population in the next five years than has the whole state of Kentucky in the past ten years If Lexington is wise and progressive the banks and the merchants both wholesale and retail and the schools and col leges of this section ought to derive great benefits from that increase tried in the Clark circuit court last Thursday afternoon and sentenced to a tern in the state prison of from one to five years The theft was committed last September and the negro kept it covered untillwo weeks ago when a friend whom she confided in at Cincinnati turned her up Kate Buckner colored was indicted Thursday on a charge of having aid ed her in the theft and will be tried at this term of the court DEATHS AND FUNERAlS MRS LUCINDA ECTON The funeral services of Mrs Lu cinda Ecton who died Thursday morning were held at the residence of her laughter Mrs George W Sh other Friday morning The services were conducted by Rev Richard French and Rev J II MacNeill The body was buried in the Winchester cemeterycFollowing were the pallbearers nIT Strother Roy Scott Joe Ecton- C R Strother T Strother Scott and C B Ecton JrILOSES SUIT FOR SERVICES Verdict Is Rendered in Circuit Court Thursday Afternoon Against A A jury in the case of A A Clay vs Chenault administrator Thurs day afternoon rendered verdict for the defondant The suit was for services which plaintiff alleged was due him The sum claimed was over 20000 The trial was begun Monday morning and consumed four days The jury was only a short time in arriving at a conclusion MAN IS KillED IN OKlAHOMA Thirtyone Are Seriously Injured When Three Cars of a Southbound Train Are Derailed nIS Okla Dec 1GOne man man was killed and 31 were seriously injured when three cars ofa soutli bound Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe train were thrown from a bridge into the Wasiiita river five milts from here Wednesday afternoon Floyd Goau Davis was killed Among the seriously injured Robert Ethridge Mills county Texas P Jackson ne gro porter Cleburne Texas J W Oakes Stockton Mo R E Mc Neely Kansas City Practically every one on the train was hurt though many in a minor degree The smoking and baggage cars plunged 40 feet into the river landing bottom side up The Pull mans and other passenger cars kept the track Two of the injured are expected to die The wreck was caused by aIbroken rail RICH MERCHANT IS KIDNAPPED Inocent Solis Noted Bandit De mands 6000 as a Price for thee Restoration of the Prisoner HAVENA Dec l6Senor Cris ccndo Perez a wealthy merchant of Sanli Spiritus Santa Clara ince was kidnaped by the banditIInocent Solis and 6000 is mantled as the price for the restora tion of the prisoner Senqr Rafael Beninez a merchant of Havana was captured by bandis in Remcndios Sant Clara Province Monday and was only freed after 3500 had been paid He was illy treated and when restored to hh friends was badly wounded Inocent Solis who is the captor of Senor Perez is a notorious bandu known some times as El Gucrillero Last summer he obtained 4000 a ransom for a son of Manuel Lope of Ciego De Civida Solis was once a policeman ii Havana and is a veteran of two rev olutions He was in prison in 1900 serving a term for burglary wherI released under the amnesty act FATAl RESULT OF EXPLOSiON Eight Miners Are Killed in Mine and Lives of Four Members 01e Rescue Party Snuffed Out BLUEFIELD W Va Dec 10 Explosions of gas in the Greene mine near Tacoma Va Wednesday morning entombed eight amt when Superintendent Barrowman any three bank bosses went to their res ue four more lives were snuffed ou iv the deadly damp Wednesday night ten blackener bodies were taken from a lower leve brought to the surface when hundreds of women and children await in vain fcr husbands and thers Most of the bodies were identified among them being Superin tendent Barrowman who gave up hhI life in the cause of his employes The explosion was due it is said t the opening of a gas seal on one of the levels Following the report of the first explosion James Barrow man superintendent of the mine and three bank bosses rushed to tin mine and ordered the car lowered tc assist in the work of rescue Shortly after they were lowered r xecond explosion occurred in whioh the rescuers lost their lives It vra an hour after the second n rplnsr before an attempt was made by ih scron party of rescuers to enter thf mute and then only those eouippp with cygen helmets were allove1 t enter Several trips wore made by th party into the mine before anyone was brought to the surface Finally one miner was found near the en trance where be had crawled maim ed and delirious Rescuers from the nearby mines ar rived on the scene at 1 oclock aid took an active part in reaching the entombed men Much anxiety in that vicinity is expressed for a man named Brown a gas expert from Pittsburg who it is sai 1was at Tacoma Wednesday It is said Brown was seen to get in the mine car with Barrowman as a member of the rescue party Noth ing has been heard from him since A government mine rescue car from Knoxville Tenn reached the scene about 11 oclock Wednesday night It is in chvirge of Foreman A R Brown andE M Owens Rescue parties with complete equipment im mediately set to work EW lAWYERS ENGAGE IN FIST FIGHT Followinn Introduction of Ghastly Evidence Bcdy in Fine State of Preservation VhCIiBRG Miss Dec 1G The court was startled and the crowded room stood aghast Wednesday when a body was carried in at the instigation of District Attorney Thames and was offered in evidence by the state in the celebrated case of Miss Rosie Minor chargedwith the murder of George Smith last October It developed that the body of Smith never had been buried and had been held at a local undertakers awaiting the trial The sudden move of Mr Thames caused a craning of necks Having embalmed the body was in a fine state of preservation and the state hoped to get it introduced as deuce eviI Judge Mounger wsa taken unawares but promptly ruled that the body was not admissible as evidence Without any further interruption District Attorney Thames directed the four men who had borne the body into the room to carry it back to the undertaking establishment Miss Minor was affected by the sight Following the incident Albert Bonelli a jurybailiff FATAL MISTAKE OF PHYSICIAN One Child Is Dead and Another Dying as a Result of an Overdose cf Poison INDIANAPOLIS Ind Dec 16 An overdose of atropine sulphate paused the deafl of Johnnie Staley aged 6 Wednesday It was prescribed citydispensarybrother of the dead boy took a doseI jf the sane drug and is tia critical condition According to the statement of Mrs C J Staley the mother she went to the dispensary for mcdi sine for the two children Mrs Staley said the interne toll dropsJrcsthe wi11watcrany bad medicine Watch me take it Clmesi said gettWith one gulp he swallowed the bitter dose Chester demurred and according to the mother in resisting swallowed only a part of the dose containing five drops His childish resistance probably saved his lifcIIn accounting for his mistake in giving an adults dose to a child theJ interne said that during the night be fore he had been nervous He arose and obtained a textbook on prescrip tions and attempted to study until he was sleepy He said that he remembered when Mrs Staley called of justbeforeprescriptioncue BADGER GAME IS FORESTAllED Victim Escapes by a Ruse After Be ing Held Up by Young Woman and Her Husband WASHINGTON Dec 16After having been bound and gagged as he was about to leave a luxuriously appointed apartment in the Cairo whither according to the police he had been lured by an attractive young woman and confronted it is claimed by a series of photographs of him self and the woman while her hus band at the point of a revolver com manded him to sign a check for 5000 Henry Rosenthal senior member o Rosenthal Levy escaped by a ruse and gave the Ueinformati n which enabled diem they say to cjp ture the most daring badger gam workers ever known to Lave operated in this city Police arrested Wednesday Jas R Knott aged 20 years while the latter was trying to collect 2000 the amount promised by Rosenthalafter lie told his persecutors he could not hadbsigned a check the night previous Later the detectives arrested Mrs James B Knott at Tacoma Park where she was waiting to get her hus band presumably to leave the city The capture of Knott and his wife had scarcely been affected when de tectivcs went to the Kuott apartments and arrested Knotts brother and Alton Armstrong 20 years old an electrician who says his home is in South Dakota All the members of the band are locked up at the First Precinct station and held on the charge of blackmail with the exception of Benjamin Knott who is held in 1000 bond as a witness Knott and his wife have been married only since the latter part of Oc toberRosenthal is said to be very wealthy COMPLIMENTS JURY- COMPOSED OF WOMEN Prominent Olympia Women Form Jury Which Is Said by Judge to Be Ver Superior OLYMPIA Wash Dec l6silti- ng in the jury box without removing their hats five prominent Olympia women listened to testimony and armaments of lawyers trying the case ofe A Koch a milkman against Fouls fi Canfield street contractors Koch claimed that a blast set off by the contractors caused his team to runaway and do damage to the extent of women were called but Mrs E B Graves president of the Humane society sent a physicians certificate stating she was ill The court excused her and by stipulation the other five were selected to trv case After being out an hour the women returned a verdict in favor of thee plaintiff awarding the full amount of damages asked- According to attorneys lucre this is first time in Washington if not the United States that a female jury drawn from a venire of women only has been selected to try a case Judgr Gile of the justice court who pre sided declared that the jury of women is superior to any jury that ever sat in his court TO PROMOTE CAUSE OF HER RELIGION Mr Marv Baker Eddy Left the Bull cf Her estate Directs That debtedness on Church Be Paid CONCORD N IL Dec 16Fot- he purpose of more effectually pro moting and extending the religion o Christian Science as taught by me Mary Baker G Eddy in her will filet Wednesday makes the Mother Church of Boston her residuary legatee after various other bequests are paid Among these other bequests is onl of 100000 to the Christian Scienc board of directors to be held in trust for the purpose of providing free instruction for indigent Clmsliai ScientistsIn to the previous gift made to her son George W Glover of Lead S D 10000 is given him ii the will and the same slim is giver each of his five children Dr E J FosterEddy her adopted- son gets 5000 Calvin A Frye 20 000 and there are several more be quests of 1000 to 3000 each to relatives and to attendants of the Eddy household By codicils Mrs Eddy directs that an indebtedness upon the churchedi fice of the Second Churchof Christ Scientist in New York shall be can celled from her estate and bequeath her crown of diamonds breastpin to Mrs Augusta A Stetson of New York The will filed Wednesday was exe cuted on Sept 13 1901 and reexe cuted as an original will Nov 7 1903 the previous will haying been lost or misplaced There are vivo codicils the first dated Nov 5 1903 and the second May 14 1904 rThesafe place to do hurried Xmas shopping is the allyearround reli able Curry Dry Goods Co It point s that Tray 121631 SECOND FIRE IN lAGRANGE Causes Death of Mayor Charles Mc Dowell and Injury of Two Men Big Property Loss LAGRANGE Ky Decl6A sec ond fire which broke out here Wednesday night not only caused a loss ol between 15000 and 20000 but re suited in the death of Mayor Ohas McDowell and the injury of two men Mr McDowell who was one of lu leading druggists as well as the chit executive of the town was killed In a chimney falling on him while he wa watching the progress of the flame about 4 oclock Wednesday morning The two inured men are Chas Fisher and Alfred Fisher Chas Fish er was seriously cut with an ax whih chopping down a small frame build ing in the path of flames and Alfret Fisher was badly hurt by falling glass Neither of the men is fatally injured The fire broke out shortly after i oclock in the roof of Sopers under taking shop where it is supposed Ii have been smouldering since the fire of Tuesday night Soper was in his store at the time the fire started amid when it was discovered the roof wa almost ready to fall in He barely succeeded in escaping with his life From the undertaking shop whicl was detsroyed the flames spread the Home Telephone office burning i to the ground and wiping out Young barber shop and Dr R B Cassady office and residence The onestory frame jewelry shoj of J T Brown was torn down to sloj the progress of the flames and it wa while engaged in this work that tin tO Fishers were injured It seemed for a time that the entire block would be destroyed and helj was asked from Louisville the fin department responding promptly After hours of hard work the flame were gotten under control but continued to burn until after 4 oclock The fire wall of Numers store stol pec the fires progress and saved see en a the buildings on that side of th blazeMayor McDowells death occurred after the flames had practically beer subdued He and several friends weie standing near one of the ruined buildings when a chimney toppled The men with him saw the chimney start to fall and called to him to jump He was too late however and before he could move he was buried under the debris He is survived by his wife and several children THOUGHT WIFE WAS SlEEPING George Spencer Later Discovered He Body With Life Extinct Stih Clasping Babe- LOUISVILLE Dec 1GWith he stiffening arms clasping her two monthsold child the body of Mrs 3eo Spencer lay for two hours sur rounded by four other children desperately ill with the measles The fa ther a laborer out of wbrk was per forming the duties of the household and believing his wife sleeping did not disturb her- Unable to obtain steady employment Spencer took his family to s tworoom cabin on the outskirts of the city The dwelling is remote froir ether houses and when he found his wife dead he was afraid to leave the children alone to call assistance Dis tressed in his sad predicament he waited for a passerby whom he might hail No one coming he finally ran to the nearest house and told his story Relief soon came and the siciI children were cared for by charity organizationsPoorly and clothed Mrs Spencer contracted pneumonia bu managed to keep up and care as best she could for her sick children until Saturday night Taking the baby in her turns and two other children in the bed with her she laid down for the last time When neighbors went into the house soon after Spencer had given the alarm they fonnd the sick children still on the bed with the had of the mother One may die Christmas See the line df pictures at the Winchester Paint WaU Pa Do your mInt something tasty for per Company 1210tf GGXX 0 WEATHER Fair Friday and Saturday SUCCESSFUL MEETING Rev J IT Newberry has just re turned from Ashland where he con ducted a very successful meeting at the Centenary Methodist churolu More than 50 confessions of faiu were threeb services held last Sunday The total numbered more than a hundred flIJc S IV U MARKS CHICAGO Dec 13Whet Yesterday was a bull day in therentire strain list Bull loaders bought niough wheat to start a little ad vance and the short sellers of Miy veek not having made much hrad say were quick to coven on till advance Members who came hero from the Northwest yesterday say there si a liberal movement of wiicut rom farmer elevators It looks like half million bushels increase in stocks at Minneapolis and a liberal increase at Duluth While the vol ime of trade is light the bull loaders an no doubt force a temporary advance if they stand under the mar vet but the judgment of careful tend ers is that the swell will be only temporary fwd that without a change in the character of the news from the Argentine the heavy tone will soon return to the trade Com Three days break in rash 3orn prices shut out country offer ins gave a lighter matt caused cash Prides to recover a half cent and nat urally shorts covered for all months The upturn of pearly one cent way better than anybody looked for Much of the local short interests way elim inated The market for a few days may depend on heavy or light coun try offerings It looks as if the movement will be sufficient to greatly increase the stocks of corn here be fore the end of another week and without Southern demand of import incc the situation is likely to continue heavy but subject to tempo recovery like that of yesterday Oats We feel that oats will show little slubborness in cash mind De cember contracts through this month but the late mouths cure likely to show weakness as soon as the edge ioff the corn marke- tProvisionsGelt says 20000 Log vearkbPrices of hogs yesterday shoveil a 1t packing profit for the first time this serial The pit and local trade are disappointed in the action of the prqvision market yesterday andwent short We cannot onlysayrrglrrl iug the action of the market for the near future that the hog movement will govern CHICAGO Dec 1jaW receipts 5500 steady beeves 543it 725 Texas steers 3905 stock ers and feeders 325SOO cows hifcrs 2755S5 calves 7TrP2 hogs receipts 19000 higher JTI 780 sheep receipts 18000 strciir native S240425 Western WoM2o yearlings 4305505 Limbs 425U30 Western 450n G2j CINCINNATI Dec 15 CattU receipts 789 slow fair to good biptpens 4004G5 common 5iljt 375 hogs receipts 2718 active 2 o 25c higher butchers and shippers S73aiSOtsheep receipts 305 iambs steady iJ5JJO See E J Barnes for your Xrnn candies and nuts 1212eod3v IThey Should Be Reasonable haveYcomedy because they would not wear horrid tights Dear dear a girl must wear a little something on the stage even in these emancipateddays Louisville CourierJournal t Ii 1 i v 3 y r Ut p tL 11iPaue Wo J l lf QYIJ tJ i nlJlI t r tiHE WIN CHESJE R NEWS I Art Indletlen tlycwspytr- Published I i by CIifliee 0311 South Main Street i Winchester Kentucky Dally Except Sunday i Entered as Becondclass matter I November 28 1908 at the postoffide IIn Winchester Kentucky under tHe bat of March 5 1879 I il1 i p all II i 1ByDaily one b Six Months 150 I Oite Month d 25 Payable in advance I itiis PAPER REPRESENTED ron oh rid 1Sw f i tE n iiJ mNEmL OFFICE e NEW XORK AN D CK ICACO t BRANCHES IN Atl THK PRINCIPAL CITIES ITHE WRONG WORD legisiso Ii antediluvian and antiquated revenuec system can be changed a new era coroIt held back in the march of progress by the mossbacks Danville Adv x Icate Advocate is entirely too fI I est Honesty should be used whe intelligence occurs If our taxing system was revised to conform to si I business basis just think of what it would do for Danville and other cities a I There would be but one assessdr for the whole county And he would take the school census for the whole I county There would be but 0l1e board of supervisors and that to COlt I sist of the county judge sheriff and county clerk toserve without extra 1 pay There wouldbe but one tax collector and his work would be done atv WINCHESTER CO INCORPORATEDS onefourth of the present cost to the taxpayers just think for a moment of how many good party workers both parties wound be out of a job and how hard it would be to raise enough campaign funds to buy the is another thing about our legislative department the Advocate has overlooked It belongs to the interests and everything is fixed in advance Probably a distinguished former legislator from Boyle county now of Washington D C could give the Advocate some pointers about how it is done It is not more brains that we need but more honesty of purpose but so long as we honor men thatwill sell their vote for fifteen hundred dollars or any other amount we need expect nothing better The Democrats dont view withal so much Ias formerly The great philanthropist Andrew Carnegie is such a little man that in crowds he must have a strong man on each side of him to keep from being run over The trouble with Democrats gener ally is that too many of them want to boss the job If after tile present term of our genial President has expired he is an ex he will probably reflect that it would have been better to stand by his friends AVe have noticed that none people go to shows and pay for admission than go to church where the gospel is free bnIti If If i SJ HANDSOME PIER MANTEL- is no longer possible only to the very rich You can buy one here allready to put pat a most moderate figure Artistic grill work rails newel postRrr elcjare other specimens of our trill work which permit a man of moderate Dmeansi m as lie wants LUMBER MANUFACTURING n J J Iis kicking now because Judge White exConfaderate soldier has been made chief justice Some friend should take Heyburn around the cor ncr and tell hini that the Civil War is overTen dollars paid to a workingman in wages is worth more to the loca merchants than twenty dollars in till hands of a capitalist The workingman spends his money The capitalist dont Thee are a lot of military post custonIanything else f I In the death of C M Hanna Kentucky has Most one of her best citizens He was a leader of men H it was that formed the organizatior known as the Burley Tobacco society THe work was done in this city where he was aided by the Co mercin club The permanent presidency o the organization was offered him I would have been better for all if 1u had accepted M JOHN A SNOWDEN OFFICE IN Bean Building near cornet Maifl and Fairfax Street Residence 143 Donna Avenue rOFFICEBoth Phones office No 352 Residence Home Phone 329 IDEAL XMAS GIFT IANHave some of those beautiful sejirr photos made at Earps gallery Just the thing for your friends Dont de lay Christmas will lie here before you realize it U193wkseodj e r TURNBULLtt t HAVE THE MOST BEAUTIFUL LINES OF SlLKS AND WEd DRESS GOODS OF ANYSTbREINrINCHESTERVEARE 1ALSO CARRYING MANY CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES WE HAVE MANY GREATIREDUCTIONS IN OUR VARIOUS LINES f I n v WOOL GOODS Mi jl EJ 4 h Wool dress goods of all kinds and qualities are cut to the quick you twill have to come and see our prices to realize tie great reductions =YL v READYTOWEA- Allil coats and readytowear garments of every description all this IIseasons styles arereduced as never before this eaVly in the year IiI TAILORED WAISTS p T t II j75 Waists go at 226 I 175fII MUSLIN AND DIMITY WAISTS vi SO Waists go for 99c 100 Waists go for vv i J 72c III Oulh o BLACK SOIESETTE WAISTS I I 200 Waistsi 4v vi4l2lI tdaAlt Aft n II COLORED AND SILK WAISTS IIwists which sold from 5 to 650 go in this sale ior99- x r vi tq MUSLIN UNDERWEAR All miisliii underwear also vj11bastonish you r II + v a TURNBULLt ro u TO M IL SUBSCRIBERS The first cf the new year is ap preaching and every merchant needs money The Mews js no exception ti the ruletha a 1arge aRicunt tine en the rural routes and detbEvery subscriber that is Hnguenjt wm lint Jhe date to which he paperhilt it is mighty easy for you to drop in while in town en a Saturday Jr some ether day and give us a few dollars Kindly remember your sub scriotion the first time you are in Winchester Dcnt nut it off After the first of the year The Mews will be compelled to cut off allI subscribers who are in arrears three months This is not because we arc lot willing to trust you but because if the pcstofuce department Under he rulings no daily paper can be sent hrcuoh tha mails at the renular rates o any person who is back three nonths in his subscriotion We know IOU do not want to stop the paper hcrefcre aid us all ou can and het ur pocket also bv coming in righ- away and paying up NO MORE CATARRHI Phillips Has a Guaranteed Cure That Has Stood the Test of Time Catarrh cures come and catarrh niCS go hut HYOMEI continues tc nre catarrh and abolish its disgust ng symptoms wherever civilization exists Every year Unj already enormous ales of this really scientific cure fo catarrh grows greater and the pre mt year will show all records broker If yon buy n IITOMEI outfit for 100 and hide it in a dark eitplmil t wont cure your catarrh If you breathe it daily as direct e J t will cure your catarrh or it won post you a cent Ask Phillips llyomelILnlialer somewhere around the house Tot it out and start at once to forevCi id yourself of catarrh Phillips will sell you a bottle of lYOaiEI liquid for only 50 cents tart to breathe it and notice how juickly it clears out the air passages ind makes the entire head feel fine IIYOMEI used regularly will Pure atarrb coughs colds bronchitis o ore throat A complete outfit iy ludiiig a hard rubber pocket inhaler osts 100 No stomach dosing Just breathe it It kills the germs soothes indli als the inflamed membrane THINKS WELL OF GARRETT We are pleased to sec tie name of our friend and neighbor from Clark county Icon H Green Garrett sug c tec1Hs a suitable person for the Republican nomination for railroad commissioner from this district His selection wculd reflect credit upon the party to which he belongs ant n as much as the Republican nomi nation is about equivalent to an elec Hem vc sincerely hope his party wil lOnor itself by making hjm its stun dard bearer if he cnn be induced ts icccpt itana thus insure the statr an honest and efficient public serv antMt Sterling Advocate Dem ENDS WINTERS TROUBLES To many winter is a season o trouble The frost bitten toes am fingers chapped hands and lips chilblains cold sores red and rougl skins prove this But such trouble fly before Bucklcivs Arnica Salve A trial convinces Greatest healer of Gums Boils Piles Cuts Sores Ec zema and 25c at Win- Chester Drug mpnnyI I DONT TAKE CHANCES Be on the safe side by calling a plumber Dont try to undertake it yourself It is like trying to put u sick person on his feet without a doctor The result will be the same disaster Let us come and either repair the djimage or advise you what to do V Sam tiros Boone 29 West Broadway NOTICE- I t aril i9tJpajarty bills charged tome withoiit an order from me It IL Talbo t 12132v rE- TO HOSPIT At IN4 LEXINGTON Mr 0 Hs ins Is Sick With i Stomach Trouble and Is Now at S11 jcscphsIMr W 0 Hoskins was taken to the St Joseph hospital in Lexington Thursday afternoon Mr lloslans has been ill since early fall with stomach trouble and other complications which will probably necessitate an operation before his recovery is assured If you want pictures framed see us We alb making special prices on all framing Winchester Paint Wall Paper Company 1210if CiCNOT NAME THE COMMITTEES Will Be Selected In Some Other Way Than by Appointment by the Speak er of the House- WASHINGTON Dec 1GThes- peaker of the next house ofrepre sentativcs will not name the committees of that body Speakercxpect ant Champ Clark Representative Un dci sroodof Alabama prospective chairman of the ways and means committee when the Democrats assume control and others of the con scrvative wing of the house Democ racy have reached he conclusion that dF r rz of StclImioyHol and MIGHTY DElICiOUS DRINKS L When vojt ire tircfl awl worn out from CHRISTMAS SHOPPING a cup ofour HOT CHOCOLATE HOT COF FEE or HOT BOUILLON will take the tfiill from your niarroKv urtd put new life into you each drink is a drink ofpleasureTASTYandSATISraNG HOT CHOCOLATE CLAM BROTH BEEF TEA COFFEE LEMONADE TOMATO BOUILLON NOTHING EQUALS HOT SODA on a cold day TRY ONE TODAY M aiki1s Prug StoreWe give GOLD TRADING STAMPS M Rj n the committees shall selected in some other way than by the present system of appointment b jtjie speaker This much developed Wednesday It will be ratified in all probability at a caucus of the net members who may be called together in January for the purpose of mapping out action on the rules and ether problems No definite plan of tariff revision was arrived at or agreed upon nt the conference Monday night between the Democratic nlerubcrs of the ways and means committdc Democratic to to 350 Cake to Pots to F c1elegntiol1I yule Courier Journal according II a statement issued by Col Wattcrspi Wednesdaynight llild marked the sos sinn in both houses of congress Wed nesday In the senate fclie entire time was taken up by SeiVa r Uristow of Kansas whose opposHi i to tho French spoilation claims ai chulcdin the oriinlbus bill pfe vcntcd the passage of that measure Good Things 1 I HERE fOR CHRISTMAS GIVING I iAvisit to our store will prove Our odern Hardware Store offersrs much that exceedingly appropriate for gift giving 1 Baking Dishes t Coffee Percolators 1 I Poclcet and TaMe Cutlery Razors and Razor Strapsifmt 2- II Something for boy or girl or woman J3 ri IWo t You Call and Suggestions Help You fIS ROCHESTER WARE SPECIALS Baking Dishes 250 600 Waiters 50 IS Baskets 200 400 Coffee 85 25Q filibustering practically claims man Let USEFUL GIFTS 1 earCarvingKnives and Forks50c to 12 Per Set Tea Spoons25c to 2FerS2t ISpoons 50p to x 4PGrS6t A Malleable Coal Range or a Buck Gas Range in I3theheart of the home delIghts the whole famIly Iss r 6 a I COME TODAY WHILE THE STOCK IS COMPLETE IE tJ I r m GRUBBS BENTON l CORNER BROADWAY and MAIN I I5L t r car r MMM r MM Ii PJJ M MM MMf1 11 toli t 0 c I J THE WINCHESTER NEWS u ak Threat j 4- a1 f WAKE UP WAKE UPt f THE TIME IS AT HAND If you expect to secure your Christmas Pres = ents Early ad give the tlerks a rest or if you twantthe pick of Our Holiday Goods you Must 4 Call Immediately f TAILCRED SUITS We have Splendid Values in our Tailored Suits They are all now going at Greatly Reduced Prices h Come also and see our Fine Assortment of PERSIAN SILKS for Waists Phoenix Mufflers and other accessories InQiIrI II of all see tt JJJ ir r The ladies tist church will the opera house block on Saturday hey will also have an exchange olio text Friday and Saturday atllliCh choice homemade cakes will e a specialty if J Miss Catherine McCord has iffifurn etl from a visit in Richmond If Miss Virginia Lisle will return at x Miss Annie Croxton will arrive from Philadelphia to spend the Florence Bedford is visiting Mr Geo Moore in Mr II C Thompson is in Okla homa on business Mr J W Scobee spent Tuesday land Wednesday in Louisville in the interest of the Winchester Manufac turing company Mr and Mrs Harry Ecton are guests of Mr and Mrs Robert Brat ton at Wades Mill Mrs Bratton is reported to be ill Mrs J L Bbslcy will return Fri I V7n1 JI Think of itl We sold over that amount last year WHY r Because our are pure Made from sugar and pure syrups Our as sortment of Nuts we buy from the largest house in the U S SEE OUR LINE BUYING w r 40 ton Thursday John Tompkins is the guest of W W Tompkins of Danville Mrs Thos Burns of Knoxville Tenn is visiting her aunt Mrs Calmer Mr Vernon Pharis of Detroit Mich is the guest of his mother Mrs Ellen Pharis Miss Mary Amis of Louisville is visiting Mrs B F Buckner hand Mrs Stuart Ecton of Maple street arc being congratulated on the birth Friday morning fa 10 pound girl Mrs Elizabeth Beets visited Dr and 3lrs Jeffries Goodwin at Lex ington last week Miss Lucy Carroll has returned from a ten days visit in Lexington Mss Willie Hieatt leaves this week to attend a house party to be given by Miss Bridwell at Fairfield Ky preceding the BridwellCoot wedding Mr Walter Hampton is hunting in Rosa Carroll of the county is visiting in Winchester for several days Mr Isaac Rash is ill at his home in the countyand Mrs Eugene Evans and children have gone to Lexington aft er visiting Mrs Claude McCauley and Mrs T B Owen Mrs Reine Middleton left Thurs day for Monroe Va to visit her daughter Mrs John ORear Messrs W IT Hodgkin and IL W Scrivener are in Garrard county on- business sirs W A Whitcomb is ill Mrs J D Gay of Pine Grove has gone to Versailles to spend the holi days with her mother Mrs Grady Capt Sam M Boone left Sunday over the Q C for Arcadia La where he will spend the remainder of t i See our Fine of and de Ctiene Scarfs Also a Fine of Plain and Books in and Also a Good Line of etc We have a line kinds of Season able Silks and Wool Goods which you should before buying elsewhere 1CtIFTON ROSS 1SOcIETY I Spendthe Friday Exchangej Lexington dangerously countyI Just ReceivedATONOF Xmas Candies and Candies absolutely granulated BEFORE MacNeill Weathers Both Phones Fortress FANCY SCARFS Line Messaline Crepe Fancy Line Fancy Pocket Leather Alligator Skin Brass Jardinieres complete Merchandise B Nuts the winter with his sonGabeDan ville Messenger Messrs D D and S E Eldridge of Lexington have gone to Clark to attend Mr T J Pendletons birth anniversary celebration which will be given there this week Lexington Leader In a recent letter to a friend Mrs Ibzan Tribble says that they are tie lighted with their home in Smith wick S D but sigh for the old Ken tucky home The eldest daughter Frances graduates this year from school aid their youngest Anna Lisle aged 11 years will finish next year 0 II Scott aged 23 a prominent young farmer of Clark county and Miss Sadie Powell aged 27 of this county were married at the brides home at the Levee last Friday in the presence of a few friends Mt Sterling Gazette Trye a box of Genes fancy home made candy Phillips Drug company sole agent 12152t HELP THE ME wl now WISHERS Santa Claus Committee of the Asso ciated Charities Are Preparing to Make Glad the Hearts of the Chil dren The Santa Claus committee of the Associated Charities has been busily at work for the past few days and are making arrangements to gladIon the hearts of 150 or more little chil dren on Christie morning YOU HAVE JUST 9 More Shopping Days UNTIL CHRISTMAS TO DO THAT SHOPPING Baldwin BrosSign of Big Watch 54 S Main St WINCHESTER KYI The committee appointed for the raising of this fund reports that very little has been turned in as yet but they feel confident that the citizens of Winchester will not fall down on this work but will still continue it as they have done for the last 16 years though the list is very much larger this year than ever before We have laidof a number of lit tle children throughout the citywho have been wondering if Santa Claus would come to them this year and we are authorized to say to all of these little ones that Santa Clans will cer tainly be there One of the good ladies of the town handed us a clipping from the Detroit Free Press The Window Wishers and we are publishing it herewith and trust that everyreader of The News will read it carefully and send in their donation of as much money as they can spare to Miss Sue Ped dicord secretary Associated Chari ties or any other member of the so liciting committee That committee is as follows C B Strother W T Poynter Jno M Hodgkin R 0 Fitch J LVBosley J W Chambers John N Bush M D Royce John E Garner C H Loveland W T Ogden E L Upham Miss Sue Peddicord John M Stevenson The clipping from the Detroit Free Press is as follows The Window Wishers The little window wishers with their tender eyes of blue Standing there before the toyshops dont they touch the heart of you I Dont you almost shiver with them as their tattered clothes you see The ragged little urchins with the patches on each knee Can you see them longing yearning- in sweet childhoods wistfulway And forget them in your planning fora merry Christmas day I Oh the little window wishers baby hearts and baby eyes With their trusting faith in Santa gazing there in glad surprise At the dollies and the soldiers and the Teddy bears believing That they will not be forgotten Canyon see them without grieving Can you think of them oggOlmstmas when the merry morning starts Disillusioned to empty stockings broken hearts Oh the little window Wishers look inn longingly todayf At the wonders in the toy shops in sweet childhoods wistful way Dreaming dreams of Christmas stock inss filled with candies and with toys Just as full of faith and fancy as your own girls and your boys When you see their big eyes glisten- as these splendid things they view Can you rush by and forget them dont they touch the heart of you We handle all kinds of coal at reasonable prices Come to see us before buying Royse Boone 125tf Special prices on pictures during December Winchester Paint Wall- Paper Company 1210tf DIRECTORS ELECTED The stockholders of the Winchester Grocery company met in the office of Judge J Smith Hayes Friday morning and elected the following di rectors C C Becker of Bryants ville W L Cotton of Cottonsburg and J W Bales of Winchester The directors will hold a meeting Friday afternoon to elect officers The original plan of the promoters is to be changed the scope of work will be broadened and the field of business increased We have a fine line of the choicest pictures framed or unframed at a big reduction Winchester Paint Wall Paper Company 1210tf i SevenMore Before Christmas Then the Christmas trading will be about over and the handsome 20000 Ed- T ison Phonograph will have its new owner t r = determined r II Are you satisfied to let it go without T = an effort If you have seen this valuable present we believe not Remember you T have an opportunity secure the peer of ir musical instruments this beautiful l piece ofA= furnitureDont forget that we are also going to give you a 2500 Watch or Ring = We want you to get these presents They are now on exhibition in our store TT 0 o 7i1 C H BOWENJeweler and Optician Winchester Ky DON T FORGET OUR PRESENT TO YOU 1n f jf il t f t Jaae Four d THE WINCHESTER NEWS 4 a S t W M HUGHES BIG WHISKY HOUSE to Offers you the Greatest Opportunity to buy your Xmas Liquors at Lower Prices than ever offered in Winchester We carry the Largest and Best Se lected Stock in the City both in barrel and Bottled in Bond Our barrel goods are all Pure Straight Kentucky Whis kies from 5 to 17 years old Our Wine list Virginia Dare Sher ries Ports Black Berries White Tokay Catawba in fact we car Nlryeverything that can be found in a First Class Liquor House OUR HOLIDAY PRICESu Sam Cla- yPshdexter Willow Spring Old Dad H Old tChingSf Ashland Van Hook Old Taylor Old Elk Buck Creek Queen of NelsonJ II Yellowstone Old Cedar Brook 9 Yrs I Old Taylor I Kentucky Bond Lillard Dew I I Sam ClayJ I IIOld Apple Brandy is the Best in the I Starlight Earth for BOTTLED IN BOND FULL QUARTS XMAS 1 00PER QUART X10 51 F Six and Seven Year Old Whiskies Barrel Old Old Market S3r2onPer Blue Grass S ecsal95year old per Gallon Our Stock Wines 7Oe per Quart 20 Year Old Port125 per Quart n the Best j IIOld Whisky on f PACE- r I 250 200 per GaUon bcVconsider a satisfied customer the best asset a whisky house can have on which to build a permanent business Come early andre member the place W M a HUGHESSuccessor to C B George G Bro St George Batf WINCHESTER KY n Peoples State BankPAID UP CAPITAL 10000000 Surplus Fund 2000000 In our short history of a fett years We have hilt up a busi ness of which we are justly proud We are pleased with our business because of the volume to which it has already attained and the prospects for its future growth We are gratified because we have established a reputa tion for fa r dealing ith our customers and friends And we are glad that our customers are in all parts of the city and court ty and that we number our customers among the humblest a well as the rich depositors We would like very much to have you enlisted as one of our ustomers and cordially invite ydu to make us a visit and hives igate our facilities for doing an uptodate banking business JOHN M HODGKIN Cashier j Li BRbWN Pres L B COCKRELL V Pros Have You Any Mafitle Troubles i KINNERLIN MANTLES IED PATeNTeDREGISTeRED AND YOUR TROUBLES ARE OVER liSiiOrdinary1fGET ONE TO TRY WITHOUT COST Save the box covers from 12 Block Vytalty Mantles the best 10 and15cent grade of mantles soldtake them to your dealer cfsend them to us and get a Block Inrieflin Lined Mantle free Bloc Vytalty and Block tnaerlia Used Mantles are forsale at Hardware China Plumbing Grocery and Department Stores IJfcalcrs Write foe Our descriptive Circular and New Catalogue f The block Light Chd Yotingstowh Ohio Sole Manufacturers Headquarters forieeandescentLtles Senaen ass SWpKw o every drties Gad Caee Keceieaq H4Pieseiae esa r r a UI h Put Things That Lie JtI r IWhy buy presents that soon become just so much useless trash when you can buy something handsome and Useful th will be long lived at no extra expense We speak of furniture Thats what you should give Doesnt matter what amount of money you are prepared to spend you can buy something here that will be appreciated ING CARTS IIFOLD CARTS BEDS IRON BEDS DAVENPORTS FOLDING BEDS BOOK CASES BUFFETS SIDEBOARDS CHINA CABINETS KITCHEN CABINETS RUGSICARPET SWEEPERS BEDROOM HAIRS HandPainted have oh a large line of PAINTED SE other we to OUT at a VERY REDUCTION They will beautiful You see Furnitur Henry Hall Undertaking t KENTUCKYiaVl i I ViAIVESRkThTi Tn ADMINISTERJ Mrs Clay Will Not Serve as Adminis trator of the Estate of Her Late Husband Mr Hume Clay Mis Hattie Neal Clay Friday morning in the county court waived he rright to act as of the estate of her husband Mr Hume day who dieda few weeks and Messrs J Frank Clay and Harry B Clay were by Judge J II Evans Messrs James McClure 0 S John son and Hume Payne were appointed appraisers of the estat- eSOUVENIRS OF SCHOllS FORT JArticles Made From Elm Tree of Pioneer Days Given to Friends by Mr A C Barrow Mr A C Barrdw has several friends ith souvenir art cles made frbin all elm tree that stood by the spring Which furnished Scholl Fort with water in pioneer times and according to ii well tra dition a tree vvluch Daiiiet Boonfc tapped The spring is on the farm now owned by Dr Driver lint was formerly claimed by Daniel Bdone TlC old claim was defeated because of tt prior survey inclosing the same land and is due of those in cidents sb pathetic irihis life by Which he found himself a poor matt when the country became settled and Bankrupt The Complete stock of B T Hens Icy will Be sold at public auction at the storeroom on N Main street to the highest and best bidder on Tuesday Deck at 10 a in This stock is ideal for the Xmas trade and will bo a bargain Terms cash Sale made by and under and subject to the orders of the federal court Immediate possession LEWIS R HAMPTON in Bankhiptey ot t ROCKING CHAIRS CHILDRENS CHAIRS DINING CHAIRS MORRIS CHAIRS HALL CHAIRS HIGH CHAIRS REED ROCKERS LEATHER ROCKERS SEWING ROCKERS REVOLVING CHAIRS CHAMBER SUITS- CIIIFFONIERES BED COUCHES CHINA DINNER propose make should administratrix Isince appointed administrators pioneers Receiver which caused his removal to Missouri 11soland cntdqs untilj others had gotten ahead of him in the lo catioiis The result was he lost e most of his entries Time Seholl llBironosa descendant of that fiiarriagc It is needless to addthat the souvenirs are greatly ATTENTION The swclltst Christinas tugs ever broucht at MRS ELLA W HAGGARDS 121 tf inNeed of 1 TINNING All Kinds of Repairing Work Gas Mantles Globes Chandeliers etc seeI LUCIEN WILSON East Tennfhone 108 S Maple J1F1 m- kSENATORS IN HILARITY When Hon Lafayette Young of Iowa Says Editors arid Not Congress Rule the CciirifrV WASHINGTON Dee 10 Senator Lafayeffe Y biiiigVof Iowa Thursday hCIhaprepare tl to malc6 an attack on his colleague Senator seeks the passage resolution changingthe rules of the senate and lion s6 as to permit payneAIdIrich grave dignified senators fro pane stand point of an editor which he is in pri vate life The senate gasped and then laughed when Mr Young told It that the country would feel relieved were congress to adjourn altogether for two solid years It gasped again when he alluded to itSimbfabers in breezy fashion as boys and when he declared that the cditdfs of the country find not congrgssr ruled the coithtry the galleries poi tith the senators in general v SAVED FROM AWFUL DEATH How an appalling calamity in his family was pievented is told by A DI 1WeveNever before has our store contained so many attractive of ferings and never before have we been in a position to offer so much value in exchange for your money Come see vhatyweve Here are a few of our special offerings from a big store full BABY CRIBS LADIES DESKS ODD DRESSERS PILLOWS FRAMED PICTURES PARLOR FURNITURE HAT RACKS PEDESTALS SHIRTWAIST BOXES DRESSING TABLES DINING TABLES KITCHEN TABLES PARLOR TABLES LIBRARY TABLES CLOSE GREAT presented hilarity McDonaldof Fayetteville N C F D No8uIy sister had consumption he writes she was very seemed to grow weaker every day as all remedies failed till Dr Kings SIDE TABLES TABOURETTES WORK TABLES LACE CiiRTAISSPORTIERS CARPETS TOILET SETS COSTUMERS ChinaWe hand HAND Sand Crockery which Christmas Gifts them H If WINCHESTER established Sale 201910 1ICmFFOROBES morerdesirable appreciated- SHOPPEfiS to1titicheskei rYhen PLUMING JOIN CumminSJlOI gathered NTew Discovery was tried andso completely cured her that she h not been troubled with a coughsince Its the best medicine I ever saw or heard of For coughs colds la r grippe asthma croup hemorrhag all bronchial troubles it has lib equal 50c 100 Trial bottle fret Guaranteed by Winchester Drug Coifi ntj == W NoT4 i tn U 0 H CHENAULT Pres B F BUCKLEY IYIgrsRThe Central Kentucky Tobacco Warehouse CouIncorporated Both Phones 964IIOpp State University S Upper to Lime Lexington Ky The Leading Warehouse in Lexington Having sold over 2000 000 pounds since opening of season October 25 1910IfOffers superior inducements to farmers of Central t Kentucky to sell their tobacco in the largest bestJlighted and best equipped loose leaf tobacco ware house in the world 7 500000 square feet floor Aacer500000 pounds capacity of loose leaf tobacco per day RearS inbg plant of 75000 pounds per day Pri vate track free to all railroads capacity 15 cars loadedor unloaded under shelter 3 Shelter for one hundred and fifty wagons stable horsesIOpen day and nighttWe have sold an interest to the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Comrpany who are represented by Mr B F Buckley of Bourbon County one of the most xperienced tobacco warehousemen in the state Strict persona 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 head tobacco throughout the season Calland see us and be fully convinced where to sell your tobacco either loose leaf or in hogsheads The Central Kentucky Tobacco Warehouse Ob l Incorporated Lexington Kentucky t i t 7 j r iw = x tiff IHrn1ETER NEWS t 7 P1nlllVIA GODS GREAT PLAN Hiooei4- i IN ABRAHAM AND FAMilY The Mystery Covered So Long Is Now Made Plain Isaac the Second Son of the Patri arch Pictured the Hc vcnly Seed Jshmael ths First Son the Earthly Seed f O m a h a Neb Dec 1 Pastor c i Itusscil of Brooklyn Tabernacle vis ited our city yes A terdny as the guest of the Interna tioaal Bible Stu dents Association Lie rave two pub addiessesfby large and in P QRy5SEg telligont audiences We report his address from these words of Scripture Ami Isaac brought Rebecca Into his rndthcr Sarahs tent and she became his Tirjie and he loved her Genesis xiv v When we sometimes speak of Abra I iiarn Isaac and others as types we should not be understood to mean that they were merely types that the Bi ble stories respecting them are lie tlqns A person or thing is a type expeiipiiecsjjreCgures and illustrates on a small scale some person or things yet fu ture As fdr instance Adam in cer thin respects as the head of the race was a type of Messiah the Second AlaIn iThe first Adam was thehead of our race but failed to give the eternal life desired In Gods providence Messiah is to be the Second Adam in the sense that he will regenerate as his children all the posterity of the First t Adam Messiah is thus declared in prophecy to be the Everlasting Father of mankind the Father or Life giver bettor than Adam and who will jusa e weakness imper fection and death Similarly Moses not only was a real 1 character the leader of the nation of Israel but additionally he was a type of ti greater MediatorMessiah AI lloscs mediated the Law Covenant for Israel so Messiah the Prophet like unto Moses or antityplcal of him Acts iii 23 is to be the Mediator of Israels New Covenant under which the Abrahamic blessings will reach IIthem and through them reach all the 31SImilarly the higher priesthood and its better sacri fices connected with the Xew Cove nant So also the undcrpriests and the Levites additional to their own prcidepcctions by which the New Covenant will shortlypask your atten tion to Abraham known in the Scrip tures as the friend of God as Ute father of the faithful and to his son- Isaac the Son of Promise born out of the natural order miraculously when his mother was old also to Isaacs wife Rebecca selected by Abraham jointhellwith liveswhollyGod was using them and overruling their affairs so as to make of them prophetic pictures of his own great Plan of the Ages These typepictures are always to be read in full harmony with the inspired writings of the Bible and never to be understood in contra diction of the same- Abraham a Type of God Not everything that Abraham did however is to be esteemed typical In a general way this grand man of the past looms up before our minds as a monument of faith and integrity and gothrouconstitute Him the father of many na tions made of him as St Paul points out q type Of the Almighty from whom flows every good and every per thei11essinthrough Messiah his Son and through Israel his people unto all the families of the earth All Christians presumably are aware of St Pauls interpretation of Abraham and his family as types As Abraham typified God so his wife typified the Covenant through which nltimatelyIeelopsa type and Messiah in the antitype SL Paul also explains Hint Sarahs serv ant Hagar at Sarahs wish became for a time lwr representative with Abraham and brought forth Ishmacl ttagar St Paul explains typified the Law Covenant vitalized by the gra chain arraiigctnents of the same God mid Father And Hagars son lit rally Abrahams firstborn typified Ilia Jewish nation the first develop ment under the Covenant As Abraham loved Isaac and desiredu Iblessingupon him so God Joved Is rael and desired a blessing upon Israel the offspring of the Law Covenant iSeverthelessas Ishinael the offspring ci of the bondwoman was declared not to be the primary heir of the Abra hhmic promise but a secondary one- offspringQf throughitblessing should first proceed i h1n the type we see that Sarah Abra origiD31bras r31afterbad brought forth IsbwaelJhen Isaac was born Sarah repudiated Isb himIthe develjaijiit of the Spiritual Israel and sot forth the Covenant by sued fice through which this Spiritual is Ynel would be dveloIedfrom that time ItlWm to be clearly manifest that the chief portion of the promise of God to bless the world was not to by fulfilled through the Ishmael Seed nuthral Israel but through the Isaac Seed Spiritual Israel Ths WellSpring of Hope For the Jews From the first there wu manifested a competition for the Abrahamic bless inIruntable development and strength mocked at the Antityjjical Isaac Jesus and his comparatively ignorant and unlearned followers and persecuted them In or der to continue the type that Abraham might typify God he was commanded Intolhecame upon the Jews eighteen centuries ago and which has made them outcasts from Gods favor as Hagar and Ish mach were cut oft from Abrahams presence and family and care The bread and water which Hagar took with her by which she and Ishmael were nourished in the wilderness for a time pictures and types the promises of God through the Law and the prophets which still belong to the Jew and upon which for eighteen centuries he has been nourished and without which the hope of the nation would have perished Now we come to the dire moment pictured in Genesis xxi 1510 The water provided by Abraham had been consumed No more was to be had Ishmael was dying Hagar his mother separated herself from him At the opportune moment the angel of the Lord appeared to her and pointed her to a spring of water where slip refreshed herself and Ishmacl with new life The antitype of this is now to be seen before us The Jewish people separated more and more from the Law mid the Prophets are becoming weak and faint as respects hope They are about to die But no the Lord graciously points out a wellspring of the water of life at this critical mom lit As Ishmael was rescued from death by this water so the nation of Israel whom he typified is now about to find in the providence of God that their portion of the Abrahamic Cove mint is the earthly one not the hea- ly one not the spiritual They are about to be refreshed and to enter upon a now career That career how ever will not mark them as Ishmacl tcs nor will their New Covenant relationship be symbolized by Hague the Old Law Covenant Thenceforth they are represented under a hew type Isaac Vcs Heir of All If at first our Jewish friends might be inclined to feel disappointed that they were represented in Ishmacl and not in Isaac by the Hagar Covenant the Covenant of bondage to the Law instead of being formed free from the Law there is a consolation Their consolation is that Isaac typified the Messiah and that Israel is pictured as the nation on whose behalf Messiah will mediate the New Law Covenant The Messiah must be spiritual in or dee to be able to confer the great blessings indicated in the Covenant made with Abraham Tbq nation of Israel never expected to be spiritual and had no such promise in the Bible To the Jews will come exactly what they have always been expecting greatness as an earthly people honor as the elect nation through whom the New Covenant blessings will be open edup to all the world of mankind the GentilesAs pointed out Isaac the son of Abraham typified the Messiah of glory the Son of God and heir of all the promises the one through whom alone eternal life may be ob- taIned and restitution to that perfec tion which will enable Israel and the world to keep the Divine Law perfect ly and merit the gift of God eternal life according to their New Law Cove nant by and through its great Media tor Messiah SpiritIned servant Eleazar typical of the holy Spirit to select a Bride for his son Isaac Eleazar might not go anywhere He was directed to go only to those of Abrahams family thus implying that none would be called to be the Bride of Messiah except such as were already in relationship to God through faith obedience and Justification When the servant had found Rebecca lie put upon her certain jewels explained to her and her relatives the nature of his mission and asked her if she were willing to come and be Isaacs Bride lIe said My master Abraham is very rich and all that he hath he hath given unto Isaac Thus tuVgreaitflchesot God are ugain illustrated In Abraham and the fact that Messiah is his Son and the heir of all the promises of God the One through whom Israel and all man kindshalf be blessed Rebecca PrOmPt- ly responded and thus betrothed herself to the unseen Bridegroom and hasted with the servant to Isaac As her kinsfolk bade her goodby they slUemillions Genesis xxlv We read that Rebecca arose and her damsels maids servants and they rode upon the camels and followed the man Eleazar Here we find in harmony with other Scriptures a picture of this Gospel Age and its work of bringing to tIeu tiaii a special Crlde class of saintly TI1I ones First amongst these saints wer some Of the Jewish nation according to the Divine Rule as the Scriptures setforthto the Jew first This Bride class has been selected from every nation people kindred and tongue yet in all will be but a little flock Fear not little flock it is your Fathers good pleasure to give you the- Klugdomthe spiritual unseen King dom of Messiah joiutheirshlp with him in his throne flot the earthly Kingdom which has been promised definitely to Israel The Bride Class and the Great Comp i1y Other Scriptures have shown us that there are two classes amongst these saints A few peculiarly devotedwlll constitute the Bride class And a larger number not so courageous of the Truth and righteousness will con stitute her companions her servants as Rebecca travelled accompanied by her servants These two classes are particularly specified in tile Scriptures 45th Psalm where we read of tIle MessidhBride and Queen In her resurrection glory she is pictured as- the Queen robed in gold of Ophir with fine needleworkthe glory representing the divine nature vliich will be granted her and the fine needlework representing her glorious righteousness em bellished with the fruits of the holy Spirit The Psalmist tells how she shall be brought into the presence of the great King Jehovah and then a that the virgins or companions sI follow her shall also be brought the pr hence of the King showing that there will always be a difference of rank on the spiritual plane These two classes are again pictured in the Law as Priests and Levites the Bride class being represented by the Priests owing to their willing sacrifices of the- earthly portion in favor of the heavenly We are not to identify the Bride class with the nominal Christian Churches enItifyChurch of their day The Apostles aliitheout of a nominal many The Lord knoweth them that are his The true Church has been selected not only from all of the twelve tribes of Israel but from every other nation people and tongue even so many as the Lord our God has called Rebeccas leaving her fathers house typified the personal consecration of each one who led of the Spirit ac cepts the Divine Invitation to joint helrship with Christ The first jew dry given to Rebecca when first she heeded the invitation and invited the servant to her home represents the earliest blessing received by believers The jewelry she received after she had decided to go to Isaac and become his wife represents the blessings of the Holy Spirit which come upon the fully consecrated those who determine to walk in the footsteps of Jesus In the narrow way into the Kingdom under the guidance of the Holy Spirit Arrived at the end of her journey she found herself in the presence of flomIthe fact that the Church when having experienced the change of the First Resurrection and in the presence of the heavenly Bridegroom will no longer need the guidance of the holy Spirit through the Scriptures This part of the picture of course is yet future The Scriptures however in dicate and outward conditions cor roborate the fact that the time of this glorious change is nigh at hand To Be the Mother of Thousands of MillionsIIsaac imme and took her into his mothers tent Sarah had died and Rebecca became her successor Thus is beautifully BrIdeIwill be at an end and her place as n channel of blessing will be taken by the glorified Church Then will be fulfilled the prophetic blessing of her relatives Be thou the mother of thousands of millions Those thou sands of millions represent the world of mankind which will be regenerated or granted new life by the great Messiah during the thousand years of his reign as the Mediator of the New CovenantIMessiah will be the regenerator and ills Bride will be the nourisher structor helper of all mankind under the New Covenant because it will lie this antltypical Isaac and his Bride that will mediate for Israel and through Israel for the world the New Covenant of Restitution blessings Acts iii 1921 In thee and in thy Seed shell all the families of the earth be blessed applies primarily as St Paul shows te Messiah and his Church in glory the sacrifices being past the spiritual nature being attain ed as a reward for the sacrifices Gala tians HI 1C 29 Whoever will first receive Messiah and come into harmony with the righteous laws of his invisible Kingdom will be the first to be blessed There will be no partiality in tilts matter for God is no respector of per sons However because of their past experiences and earthly hopes anti trust in the Law and the Prophets the Jews will be the first amongst the nations to accept the new order of things and ally themselves with It therefore to them will the blessings go first and through them as Instru ments of the Kingdom the blessings will extend to all While thanking God for the glorious whichFmake our calling end election sure to Membership in the Body of the Bride f Christ SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson XIIFourth Quarter For Dec 18 191 6 THE INTERNATIONAL SERItgj Text of the Lesson Matt xxviii 120 Memory Verses 5 6 Golden Text Matt xxviii 20 Commentary Pre pared by Rev D M Stearns Those who know nothing of a risen Christ know nothing of faith or fort giveness of sins or life eternal and hasp no feospel to believe or preach ii Cor xv 1419 It asthe one great topic of Peter and Paul In all their preaching This Jesus hath Goa raised pp The Prince of Life whom God bath raised from the dead Wlth great power gave the apostles witness of the resurrection of the Lord Jesus The Godof our fathers raised tip Jesus Him God raised up the third day and showed Him openly God raised Him from the dead Acts li 24 32 iii 15 20 iv 10 33 v 30 x 40 slii 23 30 33 Horn 4 Hear the Lord Himself to John in Paimos1 long after He had ascended Fear not am the first and the last I am He that liveth and was dead and behold I am alive forevermore amen and have the keys of hell and- o death titer 17 18 In Col lUl- believers are spoken of as risen with Christ and are exhorted to seek those things which are above where Christ sitteth on the right hand of God After He died Joseph of Arimathaea went to Pilate and asked for His body and he and ICicodemus took it anti wrapped it in a clean linen cloth with about 100 pounds weight of spices and laid it in Josephs new tomb and rolled a great stone to the door and departed The women from Galilee having seen where HTs body was laid return ed and prepared spices with which to anoint His body when the Sabbath should have passed nnd rested the Sabbath day Was there ever a gloom ier Sabbath to any believers He in whom they had trusted as their Mes siah to whom they had lovingiymin istered for whom they had forsaken nIl hud been taken from them and crucified by the authorities as a wicked person and now tiity were In great darkness withioulany hope f r they looked not for His resurrection LIar ing no hope and without God in the world Eph ii 121 is the condition of so many religious people today be- caUse they know not arisen Christ The first day of the week having come theynre found very early at tin tomb to do what they hud purposed for His dead body but the tomb is open the stone rolled away and there is nobody to anoint for as the angel from heaven said to the women Yt seek Jesus who was crucified He is not here for He is risen as He said Mary Magdalene who came with the other women seems to have run to tell Peter and John as soon as she saw that the tomb was open and the body gone While she was gone the other women saw tIle angels and heard their message and went to tell the other disciples Pete and John ran to the tomb and having seen for themselves that it was empty the linen clothes lying just as when the body was in them they went away again unto their own home John xx 310 Mary Magdalene returned to the tomb and stood weeping then stooping down and looking In she saw two angels and heard them say Woman why weepest thou Even as they spoke to her I think that sh saw them looking beyond her and turning around she saw a man whom she supposed to be the gardener who also said to her Woman why weep est thou Whom seekest thou BUI not until He called her by name did she recognize Him Thus He appear ed first to Mary Magdalene even be fore He had ascended to the Father John xx1 1017 in His resurrection body As she went to tell that she had seen Him He having ascended and returned met the other women and allowed them to bold Him by the feet and worship Him verse 9 Part of the angels message tO the women waS Go your way tell His disciples and Peter Mark xvi 7 the only one men tioned specially by name Some time somewhere on that day He appeared to Peter alone Luke xxiv 34 In the afternoon He appeared to the two who walked to Emmaus and He walked with them and opened to them the Scriptures In the evening He appear ed to ten of them Thomas being ab sent comforfed them showed them His hands and His feet and ate a piece of broiled fish and honeycomb before them Luke xxlv 3543 Thus He appeared live times on that day and we know that He appeared on at least five other occasions during those forty days He shewed Himself alive after His passion by many infallible roofs beinsr seen of them forty days and speaking of the things pertaining to the kingdom of God Acts 31 At the end of the forty days hav- Ing commanded them to wait in Je rusalem till He should send them tile Holy Spirit He visibly ascended from the Mount of Olives and when He shall come again to that same mount bringing His saints with flits Israel shall receive Him and He will set up Hb kingdom Acts i 1012 Zech hr r Oj Our commission during HW absence is to be His witness s in the power of His Spirit in all tile world in tile consciousness of His pre eni and the manifestatlofc of ills pdwifr that froth till nations may be gathrod His hwl ihV rhurib that JOJIJPJ ciisjp asain Vte 18 Matt xxvlU 1S2U Acts ill iOJJj 4 COLORED COLUMN Therfi will be a musical entertain ment under the direction of the choir of Allens Chapel CfchurchMonday night Dec 19 The follow ing program will bd rendered Chorus I Will Sing Invocation Rev II D ColgrnneIChorus USing Paper A True Gentleman Misa Julia Allen Instrumental solo La Serenata Mrs Daisy HalL- Recitation Death of Little Joct Jessie Boone Duet Saving Grace Lillie Robin s6h and Jerry Lena Cherrault Papery Changes Chester Morton Quartet Awake the S Mrs Nancy Yatqs JVlrs GirtenMiss Alli son C Coldnme Recitation Brpther Walkins Joe Bronner Chcnault Solo The Sentinel Asleep Prof G II QuinnIAd and Mouth Dr K L Summers Solo One Sweetly Solemn Thought Mrs Nancy Yptes Rccitatidn Monas Waters Mrs J S WebbI Duet God Is Love Misses Harris and Scroggihs Address Dr J II Holmes Recitation Miss Ida B Instrumental Jolo IuwldnsI F May Allison Select reading Mrs W Quartet Come Thou Fount Mcs dixnics Yates Girten Miss Allison C Colerane Recitalioiij Evelyn Wobb Solo Mrs T II Perkins Remarks Dr J S Webb Solo Dr AB Deany Benediction Rev J Small Miss Carree NoI Will pianist Admission lOc There will be arC eption at the parsonage after the entertainment All arc invited J W MQSBY JrSce Red Star coal is the best on tin narkefsold bv Rojse Botune123if ne U j KHLETHE6OUGJH ANDCUETNELUN5ThDRKIG tlEWDSCOVERY 015 GH OOFOR OLDSupikoomE ANEIALUHROATAND LW6 TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATiSFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED Red Star coal is the best on flit market sold by Royse Booue 3j t 125tf EtDBHAMPTON1 F CURIBl tmi4ei cohlu s con R o VicePresldent CuhUi Clark Coiinty National Bank E tah1l heil 1868 Accounts of Merchants Farmers and Traders Solicited Ce1IedllUn Made on PoInts Grpital and Surplus 350 00000I H i1t0 1rt li t l- BrownPfoctoria PHARMACY Pot pure flrngs Druggist Sundries Toilet Articjes and everything found in a firstclass 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i i f = toon u airwgPage FROM states Glad Kentucky fortyfourth past years beut r AntE lfRCfHESTERCLOTflES- The Finest of the First Grade The Greatest of all in Value our Fall Stock we have suits and overcoats that New York Fifth Avenue tailors might well be proud of We in them range of material in those shades and patterns most approved by fashionas you would find in the most exclusive tailor And in AdlerRochesters you will find permanency of shapewear and lasting lookssuch is rarely found in clothes least you should verify some of these claims by seeing the new model garments in Fall Adler Rochester Sellreliable traveling erally asked r anywhere ur SUITS and 1500 to 2500 FawThe 3 aI Store4 rJ f have chosen our Boysline to please mothers well as boys y Boys want clothes that look well Mothers clothes that we have both ideas r3 show bestwearing Boys garments that maker makes And we can show just why they Knickerbocker Sailor or Russian suits350 up J t j If bring the boy here we agree to 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to be able to appear in the best magazines and ho will if the editors like his workI Seen about that insurance yet Its a bad to put it better have us write you a in one of our companies every one of which is of a substantial character Xmas fires will soon the Xmas Tree fires etc Take the hint and us to in sure you fire loss Strothers Insurance Agency I Fraternity Bldg Phone 1S5 r Ilil IF this or similar should be your misfortune you want help quickly OURexceptional will enable us to the damage and our word for charges will be fair mid moderate PLUMBING is a trade we have hard and persistently and we believe successfully YOU WIN by trusting us with your work GRANT WITT CO 11 Phone 30 NORTH MAIN STREET Ia r Duck is a stock exchange ILame Enbglan1anda the same in as in politics busted Yours W J LADIPTOt Your girl will appreciate a box of Genes homemade For sale at Phillips Drug IScc Boone before your feed We handle the ber iII 111rcasonubleBoone Gee Aint It Cold ToDay Dont you need a load of good coal We sell the Red Ash in town Also rUle and White House Buy from us and you will be f BEDFORD TUTTLE Phones 305 v iL The Kind We g suit that break g down bags that 3never wear 3 3Pricesfor inferior luggageI g Dont go tillyou see us 3rB flV II OVERCOATS f8 Mothers We the the want wear met We you the any you wear you will will him 3 Furnishings We new the not and new 3 Full Silk Suit Coats Be Sets and Pins t1- E 3 f3- E r8 ei WINCHESTER 3 LArl stands thirteen increase towards policy off policy excellent commence permit against troubles ability repair itour studied 162 business candy company 12152t Royse buying town 135rf before buying Royse 125tf best Jellicp sold Beatty Cannel satisfied Both cases dont BEAUTIFUL ROME TALENT PRODUCTION is Given Under the Auspices of the Daughters of the Confederacy and Supervision of Mr A L Baker The beautiful Indian opera Pow hatan which was presented by local ThursdayIThe scenic and costuming effects which were under the supervision of Mr Albert L Baker were very beautiful and lent a barbaric splendor to the setting Mr Fred Dakiu as Powliatan king of Virginia and chief of 30 tribes Mr Otho Ilisle as the Medicine Man heap big chief and Mr W K Reese as the Pathfinder heap little chief were the principal male char acters of the Indian tribe wattle Mr Louis Hampton as Capt Rolfe and Mr Albert Baker as John Smith im personated two jolly rovers from the ship Fearless in quest of adventures in the great American forest Other Characters all of whom played their parts with admirable skill were Mr Charles Venable as Ansome Harvey the Terror of Mugwump Mr Cul hum Foster as Cliff Gudnuff first sail or of the ship Fearless and Master Oilman Womack as Crazy Orse leader of the band The star role of Pooahontas daughter of Powliatan the Indian chief was enacted by Miss Kate Rash in her usual charming manner while Miss Winnie Garrett as Laughing Star also a daughter of Pow hatan and Miss Genevieve Conway as Song Bird 1lss Amia Wills as Win ona GirlandsMiss AllenTCrufcher a Minnehf1 ijjer greeted brounds of applause front the appreciative audience Miss Ellen Lush presided at the piano and accompanied the musical numbers with great sill audICarr Marvin Wright R Wright Graham Johns Culluni Foster Andrew Bruce Wm Crutcher Gilman Yom ack and Clarence Bean Members of the pretty ciibrus of Indian maidens and TomTom girls were Mamie Scrivener Beulah Elkin Rosa Templeman Dorothy Porter Bessie Conkwright Mire Farris Nancy Farris Anna Stoner Rash Katherine Nunun Mrs Ncppie Dnkin Nancy Jelt Minnie Glass Mary Don ahue Anna Wills Beulah Thompson Each of these young ladies displayed grace and talent in the performance of herr assigned part Among themust notable of the musical numbers of the first act were the soloUKing of the Forest Am I by Powhatan solo While Brushing Off the Mountain Dew by the Path finder and chorus of Indians a charming solo by Pocahontas and duet by Capt Smith and John Rolfe In the second act Miss Genevieve Conway as Song Bird sang n charm ing pappoose lullaby the juvenile part being taken by Babe Peggie Clel land who acted her part naturally and was greeted by rounds ofrip plause A solo by Miss Allen Crutcher as Minnehaha Beware of the Pale face found great favor with the audience as did the song by Smith and Rolfe So Never Say Die just following their capture by the In diansCapt Rolfe sang Who Is It Steps This Way at theapproach of Po cahontas who followed witha pretty solo This Strangers Interesting QuitePowhatan sang I See My Braves andsfollowing the plea 6f Pocnhontas to spare the lives of tie white men rendered J Do Forgive for Love of Thee My Chill The pretty young feather dancers who by their songs and drill so delighted the audience were composed of Marie Bloomfield Grace Womack Mary Edmonds Nancy McCoy Hen rietta Bedford Elizabeth Hays Ruth Sewell Nancy Loveland Catherine Day Anna Nelson Beulah Drake Marguerite Courtney Amy Deitrich Rosa Day Louise Kohlass Virginia Jouett Eleanor Taylor Lillian Jones Bessie Haggard Josephine MacNeill Elizabeth Stewart Moreno Morrow Margaret Wills and Helen Bowen In the third act the Medicine Man Pathfinder and chorus of TomTom girls sang Out West One Night as the opening number Winoua Girl who has a charming soprano voice sang Thats the Question You Must Answer Are You a Single or a Married Man mean while singling out individual members of the audience with a ray of reflect ed light from a mirror She was forced to respond to several encores The labyrinth revolution which was gracefully stepped by the pappooses made an instant hit with the audi ence The children participating were Phoebe Day Martha Haggard Mildred Hodgkin Mqrene Morrow Fannie Carrib Scott Ora Gaines Al len Mary Porter Louise Davis Mary Agnes Gordon Laura Tomlinson and Francis Rawlins We Are the Sailor Lads You Can See was sung by Cliff Gudenuff and sailors following their arrival to the rescue of Smith and Rolfe and Pow hatan answered with Mighty Pow hatan Receives the Great White Chief The solo by Capt Smith It Points That Waynctis one of tie moat laughable and enjoyable features of the occasion The final curtain closed with this chorus and Capt Smith still taking notes in this Little Bookrepetition of this beautifulopera will be given at the opera house at popular prices on Saturday after entertainment iundcr the aus pices of time United Daughters of the Confederacy and it is to be hoped that fully as large and enthusiastic an audience will attend on this occasion as was present Thursday night We have the very best feed on the market Come to see us b fore buy ing 125tf Call 95 and 96 for firstclass goods of all kinds in the grocery line 1212cod2w E J BARNES OPfm OF HA1EMPORIUMt Mrs Mann and Mrs Savery An nounce to Ladies That They Are Fully Equipped in Their New Busy iness Mann and Savery announce to life ladies that they have opened a link emporium at 12 West Fairfax Wis chester Ky and are fully equip r l for all kinds of work 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picture in Cocliostro adapted from Alexander Dumas the wellknown novelist on hypnotism A Great Assortment- Of Christmas Goods We have made unt seal preparations for our Trade The largest and most complete stockof Toys in Central inrour store All Christmas Goods displayed this week Imported Mechanical Toys Games of all sorts Bicycles Cameras Skates Steropticons Mirrorscopes and hundreds of other articles Dont fail to visit our store when in Lexington CDCallowayCo Successor to T B Dewhurst 146 W Main Streets Lexington Ky ChristITI8S GiftsConsisting of Beautiful Brooches Cuff Buttons Jabot Pins Lockets Neck Chins Watch Fobs Bracelets Shirt- Waist Rings Tie Clasps Scarf Pins Clocks Watches Silverware and Glass are to be found at the New Jewel pricesCallguaranteed CHAS A CAR R I HER SJEWELER Citizens National BankxPaid up Capital S10000C Surplus 351000 WC SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS f We wilt give you courteous treatment and attend promptly and carefully to all business entrusted to us J D yTr