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Mz xt 1 i fASTEDIUj VOLUME 5 NO 53 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY SATURDAY DECEMBER 17 1910 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK 11 STATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Will Hold Midwinter Meeting in Louisville Dec 2829 Interesting Program Is Arranged The following interesting program has been arranged for the coming midWiner meeting of the K P A in Louisville Dec 2829 itA New Form of Cashbook Sam uel Judson Roberts Lexington Lead er Your Home Paper Mrs Ella Hutchison Ellwanger Frankfort i Kentucky State University Chief Justice Henry S Barker of the Ken tucky Court of Appeals The Next General Assembly Col Green R Keller Carlisle Mercury Tax Revision Arthur Y Ford LouisvilleTurning Over a New Leaf Mar maduke B Morton managing editor Nashville Tenn Banner Buried Treasure Prof C J Nor wood Lexington director Kentucky Geological Survey What Is News John J Berry Paducah NewsDemocrat Tribulations R L Westover Villiamstown CourierjBusiness Building Round Table conducted by M F Cooley Louisa News Looking for the Profits J G Cunningham Middlesboro RecordI Elevating the Standard Wallace Brown Bardstown Standard A Oneman Office Clarence Ster rett Hawesville Cooperation ClarionIducted by T burg Republican The Mechanical Department Bei BCozine Shelbyville News Rural Schools in Kentucky J B McFerran Louisville Illiteracy in Kentucky the Real Status of the Question M OSulli van Shelbyville Sentinel The entertainment features are in the hands of the Louisville Conven r tio nand Publicity League and include a theater party for the editors and their ladies MRS JOHN A GILKEY ICOMMITS SUICIDE- s Conditiony ency the CausetA telephone message received early Saturday morning told of the death of Mrs Dr John A Gilkey at Nortl Middletown She was found in her room about oclock Friday afternoon in an un conscious condition by a negro servant Upon investigation it was ascertained that Mrs Gilkey had taken a quantity of strychiuiue evidently withsuicidal intent Dr Gilkey was summoned from his office where au tidotes were administered by Drs Henry for and Cook who had been sentI Drs Fithian and Daugherty of Paris were summoned by telephone and reached North Middletown in a short while in their automobile Mrs Gilkey was a daughter of Mr John W Skillman and has one little son Marion Fithian Gilkey It is thpught that Mrs Gilkey was re estrangementas the latter for several months it is said had been residing with his fa ttier Mr C W Gilkey l Mn Skinner Kerr of the firm of Kerr Bean of this city left Sat tirday morning to take charge of the femams I tt NIWfBUILDING FOR 3LbNE HOTEL PLANT George Bros Will Transfer Light Ap iparatus From Basement of St George Hotel Messrs C B and W W George owners of the St George hotel build ing are having erected a nice brick veneered building near the corner of rtlie alley back of the hotel on Washington street The building will used e for a power plant that will light the large building The power plant which is one of the most complete in Hlie city has been located in the 2 1 THE WINCHESTER NEWS basement but the owners have de cided to use the basement for other purposes and to have the light plant away from the hotel building- AUDITORIUM A new Western picture entitled Mazeppa or the Wild Horse of Tar tary showing the battle and capture of Mazeppa by the Castellans This is a stirring picture Western in every detail Taken in the heart of the Rocky Mountains and played by men and women of the West An other good picture also on the bill is a Pathe with two subjects The Fiftieth Anniversary of Yokahama Japan and The Latest Fashion Shirts the latest come- dyINDICTMENTS II OF GRAND JURY Inquisitorial Body Is Nearly Fin ished Will Probably Adjourn Wednesday The grand jury before adjourning Thursday afternoon returned indictments against Millie Cary nuisance Nose Mitchell gaming Nora Rob bins nuisance Pearl Wheeler nuisance and Jack Haley and others for gaming All but the Wheeler woman have been arrested and placed in jail The jury will meet again next Wednesday as it was impossible for them to complete their work and adjourn- on Tuesd lYiBASKET BAll AT AUDITORIUM Wesleyan Players Will Line Up Sat urday Night for First Game of the Season Tfie first game of basketballwill be played at the Auditorium Saturday night Game jailed at 9 30 p m This will be a very interesting game and hard fought throughout as there is a fine list of basketball material at Wesleyan this seasonIThis game will give the public an idea of the team for the coming sea on Every player will try to demonstrate his superiority over the other as there are several men trying for eachof the three vacant places on team Capt Hunt who played a star game at center last season will play forward It is a sensation to watch him and Henr tlay the two forwards llctitfWfmXSfce of the most sensational basketball players of the state COLLEGE TO CLOSE ON NEXT WEDNESDAY For the Christmas Holidays and Will Take Up Again on Wednesday Jan Kentucky Wesleyan college will close for the Christmas holidays on Wednesday Dec 21 and the classes will be resumed Wednesday Jan 4 11 TRY ALL- CRIMINAL CASESD- hlaket Will Be Taken Up Monday by Judge Beriton and All Indictments Will Be Disposed of Judge J M Bento adjourned the circuit court Friday afternoon until Monday mprning Part of the petit jury was discharged Friday morning until next Monday and Friday after neen the remainder was discharge until that time Judge Benton will on Monday morning take up the crim inal docket and all those who have been indicted at this term will be tried It will probably take all Mon day and Tuesday to complete this docket The safe place to do hurried Xmas stropping is the allyearroundref able Curry Dry Goods Co It points that way t 121631 ATTACK MADE ON PROFESSOR By Students Who Were Incensed by What They Considered Unjustly Low Marks NEW YORK Dec 17 Arthur Bus by assistant professor of anatomy in New York university and Belles ud Hospital Medical college was made j target for bits of chalk blackboard erasers text books Mal a number of fragments of cadavers from the dis secting room by a section of the sec ond year class in anatomy when hi appeared before them because mem bers were dissatisfied with marks he hadawarded them as a result ofan an examination held last Friday Of a class of 30 medical students Dr Busby rated 10 below the required mark 14 as fair which barely passes them awarded good to two and the highest mark excellent to four When the students met in the halls of the college building on Monday they began to compare notes and were astounded to find how few of their number even those reputed toj be most learned had passed A meeting was called and behind closed doors a census of the member of the class was taken and the exact number of students who were satisfied with their rating was learned There were just six and of these twc were of the opinion that they knew little more than they had been credited for The result became ap parent when Dr Busby met the class for an oral examination at 9 oclock When Dr Busby entered the elec tHe lights were switched off and n rain of missiles descended on him Cries of We want Becker We wantc Becker intimated that the students preferred to learn to wield scalpel and ply forceps under the tutelage of Dr Julius A Becker who was in structor in anatomy last year Dr Busby was a match for class and soon had them in order thtI For several minutes he talked them in his professional capacity then laying aside his dignity IK quietly invited any member of the class who had thrown anything at him or had indulged their propensities for vocal exercises to make it a personal matter with him Dr Busby is a big hale person about 28 year old No one in the class signified intention to treat with the doctor in any other than his officialcapacity NOTICE Any of our subscribers who have not received a new Telephone Directory please notify No 300 managers office and one will be sent you East Tenn Tel Co 1217lt BANK ROBBE- RKILLSHIMSELF Eludes Pursuit for Five Hours but Is Surrounded About Sundown Cli max to Sensational RobberyI SALINA Kan Dec 17Irn Ward 30 years old who it is said Thursday morning robbed the State Bank of Paradise at Paradise Kan securing 2500 killed himself when surrounded by a posse of farmers I4 miles north of that place late Thursday Wards suicide came as a climax HeIthe farmers of the entire section had been notified by telephone and the posse easily picked up his trail For five hours he eluded the farmers but about sundown he was sur rounded When the members of the posse reached his side they found 2500which Ward had stolen from the band Time band officials say all of the stolen money was recovered Ward who lived 12 miles northeast of Luray Kan went to Wednesday night He told people there he was riding across the state on a wager and he attracted only casual notice This morning he went to a hardware store and bought a re volver ammunition and a coil ofrope lie then went to the bank where he covered Cashier Bert OBrien and four others with the weapon After the safe had been opened by the cashier at Wards direction the five men were marched into a backroom arid forced to lie on the floor The L o lone bandit then bound and gagged themAfter searching the vault securing 2500 Ward walked over to the hardware store purchased rifle ahd a large number of cartridges arid mounting his horse rode rapidly away In a short time the men in the bank were discovered by custom ers and were release- dSWEARS HE IS NOT GUILTY John Teagle Charged With Compile ity in Quadruple Murder Asks God l to Witness Innocence KANSAS CITY Mo Dee 17Ig- ive my word before God that Ian not guilty I gave you gentlemen credit for better sense This is the first statement made by John Feagle alleged slayer of Eme line Bernhardt one of the four peri sons killed on the Bernhardt farm south of here last week when asked if he had anything to say about the charge Feagle had just been arraigned beffore Justice A L ayes at Olathe an and pleaded n + t guilty when he made the assertion The prisoner who was arrested last Monday had been rushed from Kand sas City Kan to avoid a writ of habeas corpus issued by Judge L C True of the district court of Wyan- dotte county Kansas applied for by Feagles sister Fcagle when first arrested de dared he had quarreled with the Beruhardts on Wednesday the last time they are known to have been to seen alive He said he had gone to their home hunting a hog which had strayed from lips farm Later ho said he had never been near the place Sam Bailey is still held for inves tigation in connection with the mur der NARROW ESCAPEF OF PASS NGERSI a Pennsylvania Line Steamer Maryland Catches Fire and Is Forced tc Make a Landing at Sewells Point NORFOLK Vaj Dec ITjjTIie Pennsylvania line steamer Marylanei which left here at 15 oclock Thursday for Charles with150 Piiilabdolphin caught fire when an hour out und was forced tnakeavIthidint- at Sewells PoW aS W tgers were transferred to the steamer Pennsylvania Many of the passengers on tIt steamer were women and they became frantic when the flames were discovered and some difficulty was a experienced in preventing them from leaping overboard Tugs from Norfolk were rushed tclthe assistance of the burning steamIJ er and a dozen streams of water were turnedon the blaze The fire started among 500 bales of 1rapidlysaved from total Tugs are still battling with the fire A United States sailor named Stone hung over the sides of the steamer while several companions held his Tcct and with his hands burst open i window leading toIthe freight hold and turned a stream of water on the fire He held this position for lo minutes while the Maryland was racing with all speed possible for Sew lls Point to discharge her passengers Had tne fire been discovered 30 minutes later it is believed there would have been fearful loss of life A dozen tugs responded to the Marylands distress signals and in a short time had their streams turned on the blaze No estimate of the damage could be obtained- t Why dont some of the married women look as pretty as the widows Whats to hinder IAtchison Kuu Globe When a man is going to ask y u for a favor the first thing he does is to shake your handAtchison Kan GlobeWhen you get through with your work for heavens sake go off H1 rest dont bother thEn who is still busy Atchison Kan Globe 7 e PLAN TO PLAY a SANTA CLAUS Which Was Formulated by Frank Wallen Is Frustrated by His rest Thursday in St Louis ArI ST LOUIS Dec 17Frank Wal lens plans to play Santa Claus for more than 150 children in North St Louis have gone awry There is mourning among the scores of little ones who know the big redfaced kindly man who gave them trinkets and promised wonderful Christmas giftsWallen is a prisoner on charges of burglary and for the robbery oftpostoffice at Dawson Texas The jewelry which was to have helped fill the Christmas stockings of his little friends is held as evidence against him Wallen admits the jewelry is part of the loot taken from a store n Dawson When Wallen wns arrested Wednesday night a list of names ofchilI dren was found in his pocket He tried to destroy itand when he admitted it was a list of names of the children whom he had planned to give presents After Wallen was arrested the police learned he had often given chil small articles of jewelryiThere goes Santa Claus for the kids in North St Louis said Wallen regretfully as the police packedup the articles Ive always liked children said Wallen Ive never been mourned but I like to have them around me Im sorry they caught- me before Christmas for I was going be Santa Claus to a lot of them ONCRESSMANS SON WEDS MISS LAWSON Following Ceremony Mr and Mrs McCall Left on Honeymoon Destination Kept a Secret EGYPT Mass Dec i7hiss Lawson daughter of Thos 11 W Lawson was married to Henrcl McCall son of Congressman Samuel W McCall at Mr Lawsons estate Dreamwold Thursday The cere mony was performed by Rev John W Suter rector of the Church of tIll Epiphany Winchester Mss Lawsons only attendant wmw her younger sister Miss Bunnye Lawson and the best man was S Dacre Bush II The ushers all of ihain were classmates of Mr Mc Callat Harvard were Gordon Ware Alexander Wetherill Lawrence Lunk Trucott Huldekoper C D Moss Frank Harding Patrick Grant II and Douglas Lawson The bride wore a white velvet gown cut en princess embroidered ittJ lilies seed pearls and silver threadf pearl net cap and point lace veila t1lfrthe plate of their honeymoon but the Christmas holidays they will go to Portland Ore where Mr McCall will enter business WHOLE CARLOADc OF LITTLE ONES Pass Through Chicago on Their Way to Houston and San Antonio Texp Where They Will Be Adopted CHICAGO Dec 17Thcre were 52 of the babies not one was over 3 years old A whole carload of them passed through Chicago Thursday on a 2500mile trip They came from a foundling home in New York City They were billed to Houston and San Antonio Tex where each will be adopted There were blueeyed and black eyed babies babies with raven locks and sunny tresses and some with no hair at all The Michigan Central road deliv ered the carload of babies to the II linois Central in the afternoon An hour after it arrived the car had been started to Texas by way of New Or leansTheir foster parents will meet tires e babies at Houston and San Antonio An agent of the New York Foundling hospital an institution conducted h the Sisters of Charity1 of New York City has traverseelthe district find- t ing homes for these abandoned youngsters Men and women who are to adopt the babies each have received card calling for one baby These read This entitles you to Marguerite or Henry or Thom as as the case may be Half the babies will be disposed of at Houston and the remainder go to families in San Antonio MARRIAGE OF- ROBIN COOPER Who Was Once Convicted of Murder Solemnized at Louisville Bride Daughter of Railrpad Man I LOUISVILLE Dec 17Robin Cooper of Nashville Tenn tcats married to Miss Eva Lee Smith daughter- of Milton H Smith president of the Louisville and Nashville railroad at the home of the brides father Thurs day evening at 6 oclock The groom was once convicted with his father for the murder of Senator Cormack of Tennessee but at the instance of the states attorney his case was dismissed when it came up for retrial a few weeks ago The wedding was perhaps the most beautiful held here this season The ceremony was performed by Rev Aquilla Webb of the Warren Memor ialchurch Miss Louise Patterson was maid of honor while Win Cooper- of Lafolettc Tenn a brother of the groom was best ma- nPEOPLESFORUM DESIRE TO KNOW To the Editor of The News The people who selected and elected the present council on a platform distinctly committed to a policy of economy with less salaries for officers and better pay for the man with the it hoe wish to know 1 Why was the police judges sal ary raised 2 By what authority of law was the judge paid for the services of i deputy clerk 4330 during the pas months when he was his own and deputy 3That work was performed by the architect on the abortive city tall building a chestnut now entitling him to a haul of nearly 470 from the city treasury- A frank answer to these questions ould please the people generally and especially your scribe INQUISITIVE ONE Winchester Ky Dec 16 THE OLD FOLKS To the Editor of the News Please allow me a short space in your charity columns While it is Christmas and we an of the little ones and young let us think of the old mother dwidows of our town and make hearts happy as some of then our old Confederate soldiers wives who are dependent ou them selvs for a living Let us remember the old folks A cheerful giver E E M PURE XMAS CANDIESo be had at Mrs Chas R Wests confectionery 1278teod TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS The first of the new year is ap aching and every merchant needs money The News is no exception to the rule It has a large amount of money due on the rural routes and by mail Every subscriber that is delinquent will find the date to which he has paid up on the margin of the pa per It is hard for this office to reach you lint it is mighty easy for you tc drop in while in town on a Saturday or some other day and give us a fewI dollars Kindlv remember your subI scriotion the first time you are in Winchester Dont nut it off After the first of the year Th News will be compelled to cut off al subscribers who are in arrears three months This is not because we are not willing to trust you but because of the postoffice department the rulings no daily paper can be son throuoh the mails at the renular rates to person who is back three 1months in his subscription We know you do not want to stop the paper- therefore aid us alldou can and help our pocket also by coming in away and paying up rightI r t n Fair WEATHERI t t MR BISHOP IS ILL Mr J A Bishop is confined to his home on South Maple street with mumps Mr Bishop wits taken ill Friday and is reported to be quite ill 1Ioayst XMas MARKETS CHICAGO Dec 16Wheat There is a theory held by some good people that a concentrated holding ofa big line exists and probably beheld throughout the entire winter season with a view of taking advantage of crop scares or other bull news in the anboccasional stirring up of the market to keep the trade from getting altogether stagnant but prices are prob ably permitted to gradually work some lower with a view of adding to the holding at figures which will even up present losses This theory like many others may not be founded on present loss Any moisture for the wheat states Southwest will be bear ish Until we ket past the holidays is not likely that the cashand mill ing demand willbe sufficient tel help buyers greatly Com Many local shorts were forced to cover yesterday After the news was established the estimate of 453 cars was given out Early buyl ers appear willing to sell at the ndr vance Dispatches from Illinois In diana and Iowa points report rather liberal sales from first hands at 33 to 38 points where the disjyxtches ten days ago declared that Hie country would not sell at anything under 40 cents The enormous crop total in dicated in final figures about 200000 000 in excess of record crop of 1900 andover 350000000 in excess of last year cannot be regarded as anything but bearish While the bijj movement is on we think the money will be on the selling side on strong swellsOats Regardless of the rather strong cash and December position in oats the cause of the short inter est it looks as if the late months will respond to any weakening in corn fu tures Provisions Gelt says 16000 hogs against 15000 estimated and 29000 last year Shorts in January product especially that of ribs and pork cry ated a demand at times that was hard to satisfy stocks of contract ribs about onehalf a million and nly two weeks to make them CHICAGO Dec 16Cattle Ref ceipts 1500 lOc higher beeves 4 4o a 7 35 Texas steers 45 10 Western steers 45 85 stockers and feeders 3 35p5 70 cows heifers 2 356 calves 77 25 Hogs Receipts 15000 slow steady 4G 70 o 7 70 Sheep Receipts 8000 steady native 42 404 35 Western 2 3054 30 yearlings 4 305 iii lambs native 4 25G 30 Westmi 44 50G 25- CINCINNATI Dec 1GCattlo Receipts 633 headsteady gdn4i shippers 34 604 65 common 225 3 75 Hogs Receipts 373 active strongs 5c higher butchers and shippers 47 807 85 common 4x 75- a7 90 Sheep Receipts 300 steady 23 65 lambs steady 3 3755 85 We handle all kinds of coal rat usI12filf CIASSIFYt STRAYEDTo my place on Iron Works pike four miles from Win chester a small heifer Owner can have same by proving property and CJII 0 I- frr4 4 + Rwsain iv u il c t g rwitrpJ d t r itr i ff TfiWINC StERN WS ti 2t4 v J i r i mf rir j T t THE WINGHESTER NEWS J Ae Independent Newspaper h Published by If The Winchester News Ca l Incorporated 0Iflce 80911 SoutH Main Street Winchester Kentucky Dally Except Sunday t Entered as sacondclasa matter Kovember 28 1908 at the postoffice in Winchester Kentucky under the let of March 318791 Botk Plicnes X011- SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Mall p Daily one year 300 SiX Mpnths 150 OM Month v 25 Payable in advance- ADVERTISING RATES DisplayPer Inch One time any edition 251 Three tunes within one week One week continuously 100 One calendar mor continuously 300 Four weeks 4 times a week 210 Four weethree time sa week 180 Fur weeks two tunes a week 120 Four weeks onetime a week 73 Reading Notices Per Line Business notices body type7y2c Purer reading news heading15c Tfiree cpnjtinuous insertions of same item a double the pnetime rate Cl asslfiedPer Word One insertion any edition It Three insertions oontinuously 2i Each three additional mgsertionslzc- One calendar jno continuously 10c Nothing counted less than 10 word No item charged on books foi less thau25 cents THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE- ee I I GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES r WHEN WE WILL GROW It is characteristic of human mi begincuses Our failure to grow in population is humiliating and but for the f development in the mountain counties r the census would show an actual decrease for the state There has been a decrease in many of the socalled Uest counties Lawlessness has had its effe tnot so much in preventing people flu coming in1as in driving those that were already in out The Burley Tobacco society was started for a good purpose and minder the lead of such men as time late C M Hanna would have succeeded and bcen blessing not only io the tobac co growers but to the thole state Whether it be true or not there arc many who believe that men prominent in Ihe Burley society winked at night riding Many good people rathci than to be menaced by these outrages left the state Many of the bettei r class of colored people have found f better opportunities in other states thesoft Our venue laws are time most ob- I jectionable of any state in the Union l This keeps out capital and it is well known that the people are at the rpoint where the most capital is iu i vested The legislative department ofour I state has been for a number of years PeopleJthcy dp not believe that they will get ria sTjuare deal r We have too much politics When rites are sent to congress one as a j vindication for having been charged t1tha coiispicray tomurder and an i other charged by affidavit with ac whattcan we expect other people to think of us Jr have just as many good people in proportion as any state in the tiUnion but unfortunately they are not the ones that come to the front KWhen the good people are sufficiently aroused the corrupt politicians the grafters and all classes of evildoers yillKe sent to the rear then and not growi weightiont an thmg is THE BEST customers Winchester many experience which make it possible for us to serve you better cheaper and satisfactory anybody else J RIMARTINCOL I SUPPLY BO 2 TFLO1R ofbe faftonV CHRISTMAS WREATHS ofEvery Xind CHRISTMAS TREES for Everybody 11 I Small Trees Little Trees Medium Trees arslLdrce Trees PURLLANTt fVOpera House MAIN ST A t gravity us to the earth thai indicates the pounds on the bcalcs Ifscience keep on demonstrating ce will wind up by being nothing A lot of distinguished Republicans of Pike county have recently been in Frankfort to confer with Gov Will on about the appointment of a comity judge The courts decided that the socalled election for county of ficers in Pike was a fraud The good brethren should Iget together and let Parson Hopkins lead in prayer When is any land of shoe a slip pcr7 On the ice No charge Lafc Young editor and temporary senator from Iowa has made a speech Sorry he made it It has lowered the standing of editors Down at Louisville Dr Ben L Bruner made some severe strictures on the state officers of which he is one The Doctor is right in one re pect The people certainly did make a mistake when they elected him to an office ITEM FOR WOMEN Marlboro Mass June 1 19101 can frankly say that Parisian has given me perfect satisfaction and will highly recommend itas a hair grower und beautifier and a sure euro for dandruff I also leave recommended it to several people and it has given wonderful results Mrs G Barteaux 26 Main street Cynthiana Ky June 3 1910 I leave only used two bottles of Parisian Sage and I find my hair has in creased wonderfully in thickness and luxuriance and beauty The dandruff all disappeared I was wonderfully surprised as I have tried many hair restorers though I have foundnone that ever has helped my hair except Parisioan Sage so I can say it is worth all of the hair restorers I have ever found and I will tell many friends about it Gratefully your friend Miss M Clqugh Box 212 Phillips guarantee Parisian Sage to kill dandruff germs eradicate dand ruff stop lair and itching scalp or money back It is the most JeIightfnland refreshing hair dressing in the world and is not sticky or greasy Phillips and druggists every Avheje 1411oj pO ents l rge bpt tle The girl with theaubuni hair is on every package SUBSCRIBE FOR THE HEWS is alone good enough for our We have been iii this business in for years and have learned many points in the coal trade more than i tiJb Block pulling Sage falling by 0 RED STAR r re caaoa tvThe quick burning big block long flame Red Ash Coal tno best domes tic fuelwe guarantee every loa- dROYSE B00NE Winchester Ky Both Phone3 FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Rev J II Ncwberry will preach d the First Methodist church Sunday on account of the absence of the paItor Rev 0 J Chandler who is in Shelbyvillc Christmas 7 See the line of pictures at the Winchester Paint Wall Pa Do you Want something tasty fen per Company 1210tf firi J 7mr p I Capital SlQOOOP Undivided Prfitsi200000 i i THE Winchester Bank O- NwIliCHESliEk KY N H WITHERSOON President EW R SPHAR Cashier SOLICITS YOUR- ACCOUNTS II A CHRISTMAS PRESENT for the old or young is a box of Low ncys candy or a basket of frui from Mrs Chas R Wests confec tioner- y127Steod See E J Bares for your Xmas candies and nuts 1212eod2v Big reduction on all framed mill unframed picturesduringmonthr1Winchester Paint Wall Papci Company 1210tf Call 95 and 9Gf or jScstciass goods ofall kinds in the Ii sw1212coIf you want 3ourwish tocome true you have to help it along Atclusuh Kan Globe u 1ED11AT1O Of- c A CRUSTY BACHELOR The Mt Lebanon correspondent of the Jessamine News in his Christmas l letter is evidently trying to create a sentiment in Jessamine county that will place a bun on some of the usual concorcitants pf the holidays This is the production of his latest philo sophizing One of theprincipal causes of corruption in society is because qf wo much ignorance prevalent among its members We have known ladies who have passed the age of girlhood carrying on a correspondence with gentlemen to address them My DearestOne and My Darling and then in her complimentary way close withall the flourishing attempts in penmanship at hcV command Tire world is round and the sea is deep in your protection arms I long t sleep YoUlsclibe thinks this the superlative degree of ignorance When a student in u business college ii Lexington a fe y years ago we reedy ed ajcttey from a youn glady similar to the above and of course showed it to our roommate and it tickled him so much and he laughed sq heartily and long that he took the cramps and but fur the timely assistance of a physiciantllC young man would no doubt have died We covenanted with the physician and the roommate that we would never again be so lit tie as to engage ina course of corre spondence with jv female unless slip had enough prudence in her sweet little knot to write a decent and lc gitimate love letter We cannot conceive how any man with ordinary sense can conscientiously take a woman for better or worse with such deplorable and willful ignorance or dreadful corruptness If your scribe should ever be fortunate enough to secure a wife which is mot doubtful there are two unfortunate traits of charactcl whil we hope to avoid One is willful ignorance and the other is a woraaji with a mouth full of taffy with her jaws continu ally in action The man who can sit by the side of a lady fifteen minutes with her mouth fun of gum and her jaws moving automatically making a noise similar to a cat lapping milk is as braysasiA1lexaiider who wept because of no other worMs to con querjt NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF E t klDWELL BANKRUPT The final meeting of the creditors tof E E Kidwcll will be held Dec 19 3 p nu at law olIices of Pendleton Bush C Bush E TBURNAM wdsat Referee in Bankruptcy J v CENTRALs BAPTIST CHURCH Follo v JJe ciowd to the couvl house Sunday morning and evening where the Central Baptist church holds its willbreceive a warm elcome and hear good singing ami gqspel preaching Pastor Geo Shepherd will preach Sunday morning on The Way of Holiness mid Sunday night thesub ject will be How Jesus Saves Hell 4sthma Oathrrh I Expert Medical Scientists Announce Startling Results Obtained By Senpine ctapriadvantageof g by TIe Woodwortli Co 1161 Broad way fJew York City requesting an experimental package qf Senpine the great discovery for Asthma Hay Fever Bronchitis and Catarrhwhich is mailed free of charge to all who write fqr it It is curing thousands of the most stubborn cases It mak es no difference how long you have been suffering qr how severe the climatic conditions axe where you live Senpine will cure you If ypuJbaye experimented with oth findtfor a trialof this wonderful truly meritous remedy ivliickis a scientific compound discovered by a Professor of Vienna and is being recommended by thousands See Royse Boone before buying your feed We handle the best ii town iynn 125 tf- j 125ifUi CENTRALBAPTIST CHURCH t George W Shephe d Pastor eEyieslt coiirthoiise Sunday at am preaching at 11 am and7i4p m Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7J5 pm EvSat10tf DrQ Pierces I1 avorite F nIIIs no osetoiCUI the jWealcnes5es painful disorders and irregularies of the womanly organism It is THON JRMDY SOP time ailments sold lid r druggists devisedanI gotten up by 3 regularly tsr n of vast expe rience In treating womans peculiar diseases and is carnally adapted to work in harmony Ivith her delicate organization by 331 expel rfenced and skilled specialist in her malaciies THE ONE REMEDY for womans ailments sold by druggists which contains neither ads cohol which to most women is the rankest polscis OP other injurious or hiJblt=forming drubs THE ONE REMEDY for women the composition of which is so perfect and good that its makers are not afraid to print its every ingredient in plain English on its outside bottle = wrapper and attest the correctness of the same under oath thus taking its users into their full confidence and warranting physicians in prescribing it in their worst cases which they do very largely It is foolish as well as dangerous to take medicine the composition of which you know nothing Therefore dont let a dishonest druggist prevail on you to accept a secret nos trum for this professionallyapproved medicine OF KNOWN COMPOSITION Every in1 red ent in its makeup has the strongest indorsement of the leading medical men of all the several schools of practice Send cardrcquest for free Booklet of same Every woman may write fully andconfidentially to Dr R V Pierce Buffalo Nv Yi and be sure that her case will receive careful conscientious confidentialconsidera Lion olritelyfre4candIn addition to this free advice Dr Pierce will send a fine French clotbbQ pd co py whoofwill send 31 onecent stamps to pay the cost of mailing Dr Pierces Pleasant JPellets and invigorate onceTheyworkIn harmony with Favorite Prescription when needed as a gentle laxative Sugar coated tiny granules easy to take as candy h JJ Ir their efforts to get rich some melGo toRo so Boone anal get 1special rriecson pictures mirin j neverget hlyolHla house and lot Jloul f the Red Star coal ha bfi t December WincJiQstpi Paint Wall l town 12 if Paper CompnnJ7 1210ft Good Things I I I HERE FOR CHRISTMAS GIVING I II to our store will prove Our IIModern Hardware Store offers Imci t exceedingly appropriate giving frtL ALsYSLs6JolleS Percolators IIi Something for boy or girl man or woman I- SI Wont You Call and Let Seggesfioiis Help You I is ROCHESTER WARE SPECIALS is Baking Dishes 250 to 600 Waiters 50 to 350 IS Cake Baskets 200 to 400 Coffee Pots85 to 2M USEFUL GIFTS III Washing Machine 350 to 1000 rtKnivesTea Spoons25c to 2 Per Set r bleSpons5qe to 4 Per Set IICSthe r IS I COME TODAY WHILE THE S KIS COMPLETE I 1GRUBBS BENt I t- I CORNER BROADWAY and IidAIR1 rz J r ii f 15 1 M MMMMMM M MMMM MMM M M r a ia i J ir 7 7 c = D= THE WINCHESTER NEWS PaocThfie f tl14I- S THE BEST EVER I OUR NEWt I 111 Adjustable Portable Mirror You can hang it in any position adjust it at any angle You can hang it upon your shoulders and have both hands free to shave or dress your hair It is the most con venient and the simplest mirror arrangement ever seen Each one is nicely finished and makes a hand some article Just the thing for a Christmas present to the brother who shaves or for the sister who tries to do the work of two hands Yvith one- REMEMBER THE FREE HItC H Bowen UJEWELEROPTICIAN tip- i 7 t = 4v SOCIETY Among Those Present Whenever theres an accident And victims names arc listed Among them there are alays some AYho went home unassisted But when thereis a midnight feast Where liquids fizz and foam No paper ever tells just how The revelers got home Pretty Christmas Party The first Christmas party of the season Was given Friday night by Mis Susan Diickner at her spacious home on Main street The party was given to tier music pupils The house was elaborately decorated in poinsct ila Southern smilax and Christmas eblls Christmas carols were sung Christmas stories told and games played after which the guests repaired to the lining room for refresh deCOlated1ChristnUls The guests were Thomson Marian Todd Roselynne Stevenson Elizabeth Bcckner Pauline Stevenson Laurie Duty Ida Walden Rosa Day Fannie Todd Marie Bloomfield Louise Kohlhass Vida Thompson Mary George Isabelle Dinelli Mamie Scrivener Jennie Judy Ratcliffe Mary Edmunds Fran ces Pendleton Gertrude Bloomfield Elizabeth Hodgkin Ruth Ilardman Lenora Profit Ritchie Lee Bush Jqn nie Hill Fox Anna Belle Wills Eflle Kindred Frances Bush Mary Lisle Duty Anireline Xcvarro Rachel Yare Bush Merrie Bees Mrs Nancy Mc Clure Messrs Ross Todd and Theo Phillips Christmas Sale The ladies of the Episcopal church will have a Christmas sale in the Op era House block Tuesday beginning at 10 oclock soBetted NeWYear Dance The Kaidqlf club will give their an nual NewYear dance at the Audi tofiunion Monday evening Jan 2 Sexton Trosts orchestra will furnish the music and this affair promises to be one of the prettiest of the season Miss Mary Ewing Gaitskill has re turned from Hpllins Yu where she lots been attending college to spend the winter Mrs JUanda Bronaugh of Nichols ville and Mrs Frank ICeiser of Paris have returned to their homes after a visit to Mr and Mrs JS llutsell Mrs Kate McDonald and daughter of Clinlonville have moved to thi city Miss t1naGtitsI ll has returned from St Josephs hospital in Lexing ton She is greatly improved Miss Maude Parrish of Clinton vine is visiting Mrs Jennie McDon ald Messrs Jim EallanlAlec Ilardman and Dr Will Gordon were in Clinton ville Thursday Mr Robert Martin of the U S army is spending several days in Cincinnati on his way for a visit to his brother in Indianapolis Miss Callie Miller who has been the past season with Mrs Ella W Haggard as trimmer has gone to Ironton 0 to spend the holidays Miss Kate Howard of Ford visit ed here Friday MrAYM AYafts is visiting in Lexington r Just Received A TON OF L Xmas Candies and Nuts Think of it We sold over that amount last year WHY Because our Candies are absolutely pure Made from granulated sugar and pure syrups Our as sortment of Nuts we buy from a the largest house in the U S SEE OUR LINE BEFORE BUYING ir Lv JMacNeill 8 Weatherst 5c0 Phon s 40j u r Miss Margaret Cornett will leave Wednesday for Hazard Ky to spend the winterS Clarrence Wasson of Millersburg will ar rive Thursday to spend Christmas with Miss Nettie Lon Banks and Miss Mary Boone Little John Lisle McCord has returned from Mt Sterling where he had been visiting for several weeks Mrs Oypie Simpson has returned from a visit to Miss Margaret King in LexingtonMrs Reed will leave Monday to spend Christmas with her daugh ter Miss Gladys at Midway college Miss Frankie Clark of Paris will spend the holidays with Misses Mary Boone and Nettie Lon Banks Mrs Tandy Chenault of Mt Sterl ing is visiting her sisters Mrs F H Jackson rind Mrs J L McCord Miss Cora Baldwin has returned from Caldwell college Danville to spend the holidays at home Mr and Mrs Clarence Boswell of the county are visiting Mrs Ed GaitskillMrs John Clelland and Miss Or mie Hodgkin arc in Lexington to at tend the performance of Little No body from Starland at the opera house Rev 0 JChaudler is in Shelby yule where he will conduct services Sunday Mr and Mrs M J Toohey have returned from Ilarrodsburg where Mr Toohey has been receiving tur keys for the Xmas holidays Mrs Hubert Hunter was at Ross lyn Ky Tuesday to attend the fu neral of Donely Maxwell Mr YoG Shropshire is visiting friends in Atlanta Ga Mrs J Patton has recovered from several weeks illness- IMPORTANT Acceptable gifts must be quality rifts All goods sold by CURRY DRY GOODS CO are guaranteed 1217lt MMUCH BETTER YMr J Grain who has been confined to his home on East Broadway for the past ecjilhtoisUitis was able toie downtown Saturday morning I I FIRST BAPTisT CHURCH Services Sunday at 11a inumid 7 nfn Sunday schoolat 930 1IiI The Sunday school will have a Xmas tree on Friday nigit Dc 2Ba the church There Avillbttspmctlijing on the tree for every child and member of the ufitfysCho01 Everybody is invited to all these services 4 Eo f ANOTHER DAUGHTER Mr and Mrs John G AYorth are the happy possessors of another laughter born Thursday morning Dec 15 at the Good Samaritan hos pital Lexington Ky NOTICE I will not pay any bills charged to iimetalbott 12132w rWhen in Need of 1 PLUMBING TINNING All Kinds of Repairing Work Mantles Globes Chandeliers etcJ se LUCIEN WILSON- East tenn Phone 1O8 S Maplpi- 12lfil wk OPERA HOUSE 22ndTuesday Johnny and Ella Galvin Presenting a series of New York Musical Comedy Successes including A Bell Boy The Man Question t AND 1 Zira From Turkey 25PEOPLE25Special scenery gorgeou costunres wonder ful mechanical effects dnzfclirig elec tric effects EVERYG l d Beauty a Hit Each bill is up to a standard pf any 150 musical comedy but will be presented here vt Popular prices 2Sc 3SC8hd 50c Scats Now on Sale at StrodesDrug Store GAS DYSPEPSIA AND INDIOESIIONVANIS Settles Your OutofOrder Stomach and Ends All Indigestion Five Minutes Later You can eat anything your stomach 011dyspepsiament or sour on your stomach if you will take a little Diapepsiu occasiqn ally Your meals will taste good and xnything yon eat will be digested nothing can ferment or turn into acid or poison ior stomach gas which causes belching dizziness a feeling of fullness after eating nausea in digestion like a lumpof lead in stomach biliousness heartburn wa ter brash pain instomach and intes tines or other symptoms Headaches from the stpmach are absolutely unknown where this effective remedy is used Diapepsin real ly does all the work ofa healthy stomach It digests your meals when your stomach cant A single dose will digest all the food you eat and leave nothing to ferment or sour and upset the stomach Geta large 50ccnt case of Papes Diapepsin from your druggist and start taking new and in a little while you will actually brag about your healthy strong stomach for you then can eat anything and everything you want without the slightest discomfort or misery and every particle of impurity and gas that is in your stomach and intestines is going to be carried away without the use of laxatives or any other assistance Should you at this moment be suf fering from indigestion or any stom itch disorder you can get relief within five minutes PURE CANDIES FOR XMAS can be bought at MrsChas R Wests confectionery Nuts fruit fireworks a specialty 127 8te- od8ankruSale The complete stock of B F Hens ley willtbespld at public auction at the storeroom on N Main street to the highest and best bidder on Tuesday Dec 20 1910 at 10 a m This stock is ideal for the Xmas trade and will be a bargain Terms cash Sale made by and un der and subject to the orders of the federalcourt Immediate possession LEWIS R HAMPTON Receiver in Bankruptcy N B DEVARY IS ACQUITTED Jury Renders Verdict in Murder Case for Defendant After Being Out a jv Short Time if B Devary Whp shot and killed Harvey Ewen in September 1909 at Dunaway church was apqnitted Fri lay afternoon by the jury that tried thq case after being out for only a short time The trial was begun by Judge J M Bentoii Friday morning and the whole day was consumed in hearing the testimony and arguments by counsel for both sides This was the scond trial Devary has had Time first could not agree and after being out several hours was discharged Devary claimed selfdefense and the jury Friday acquitted him on this plea Hot J11 Stevenson and Attorney FoII Haggard represented time defendant and Ilon5B A Cnitcher commonwealth attorney HonS T Davis county attorney assisted by Attorney D JA Pendl ton represented the commonwealth No FUPtHE1ORK THE SEERSON T Lewis Company Will Suspend Operations for Rest of the Win terr Aa r TheD T Lewis cDijipanv which hasUie contracts for il1g in the sanitary sewerage system here has decided to close uptliediteh now open bmOIgotten GET one of our Overcoats before Christmas yourself a present of one if YO- Uth nobody else wilL It will be a Christmas reminder for a long time to borne Hart Schaffner Marx clothesWear well look well all the time have the right tone and style Suits 20 to 30 Overcoats Sid to30a BLOOMFIELD SPECIAL SUITS and OVERCOATS 10 1250 15 VIC BLOOMFIELD CO THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY u u with the ditch and hope to finish putting in the pipe by the latter part of next week It is very important to the company that this work be completed by this time asfi number of their men ale sire to leave in time to be at home in Nashville during the Christmas holidays In order that it will be completed in time for them to leave it will be necessary for the work to be carriedon Sunday and permission has been asked to work oi that day The blasting will be suspended and only the JkJlbl11LtlQtcallse a noise and disturbance will be done SEVERAl ARR ESTS MADE BY POUCE Was Busy Day and Mullins FridayHouse v Received Four New Board ers as a Result The police department made more arrests Friday than they have any day for several weeks George Buck ner started early in the afternoon by getting too much of Bucktowns favorite beverage and fell into the hands of Officer Boone who took him to the Mullins house Will Parks R IJ Robinson and James Robinson fol lowed Buekner to this popular inn on a charge ci being disorderly Reel Star coal is the best oa the market sold by Royse Boone 125tf 2 r Mtft6 WINCHESTER IDEAHUSTLE ArID UAKU PnlllttfBotnDbnWYtRmaluUse DDAVER DD ARD for tpwnii asa Ce IA of Your New or Remodeled Building iIingsI IT costs jess than lathand plaster lumber or metal is more qi put up is durable sanitary andartIstIc t It willnot crackchip or deteriorate With age it deadens sound keeps out heat and cold retards fire and resists strain or vibration Made entirely pf selected woods reduced to fibrous form and pressed into panels of imiform thickness handsome pebbled surface Made in convenient sizes for every purpose Small quantities furnished for mating Imany decorative and useful household articles Full instructions for application Apply to r d y J WincheSter H t t Lumber Manufacturing CQ INCORPORATED tI l J r v Pane Four rr THE WINCHESTER NEWS T c OUR SPECIAL HOLIDAY OFFER WHO WE AREWe are Importers and Distributors of highgrade European and American Wines Whiskies THE SWEDENAMERICAN CO IS INDEPENDENT OF ANY TRUST WHY MAKE THESE OFFERS No other importers can make such splendid generous of lit fers The trusts can not compel us to sell at their prices We buy in large quantities In dealing with us you do not pay profits to middlemen We sell firstclass goods at less that half what you pay elsewhere We have determined to introduce our products to the American public and are willing to give you the benefit of our foresight and advertising methods We simply want to prove the worth of our goods and to make a steady customer of you Your trial order will do more to prove the value of our goods than all the advertising or letter writing we could do BradstreetrnkinuiiBiAgent write any Express Agent in Cincinnati and she how well we stand You can be assured that we will do exactly as we say and that you will receive the best of treatment at our hands TESTIMONIALS Below we reproduce testimonials from a few of our steady customers We have hundreds more but selected these because they were from men who are known all over this country Our goods please them Dont you think they are worth a trial by you Cliff Gordon the German Senator the actor manager who has made the I world laugh says Have never had better liquors or at better prices I carry them every where with me Bobby North one of the stars of the follies of 1910 says I dont believe I ever had such good whiskey as your Private Stock How can you sell it for the price Al Woods famous Theatrical Managers says gallonPnnch each month steady customerIYou will note that we have listed a number of standard wines and liquors in our order blank They and all liquors that are fit to the sideboard of any in America We want to call your especial attention to our famous SWEDISH PUNCH This is one of the best holiday liquors that has appeared in years It Is made from a recipe that has been handed down from generation to generation by Royal Family of Sweden and is now for the first time put upon the American market Too much can not be said for it 2 quarts 85IN4 quarts 90INSPECIAL 35 Day OFFER This applies from Nov 20th Dec 25th inclusive and will never be repeated 8 QUARTS N OF ANY GOODS IN OUR JC 80ASSORTMENTshipped by Express AND FOUR quarts of any goods in our assortment absolutely FREE 12 Quarts IN THE SHIPMENT FORu580j IN ORDER TO INTRODUCE OUR LIQUORS WE INCLUDE FREE OF ANY CHARGE ONE GROSS OF THE FAMOUS SWEDEN ANTIBLOWOUT MATCHES WITH OUR SPECiAL OFFER THESE MATCHES ARE A GREAT NOVELTY AND THEY ALONE ARE WORTH A GOOD PART OF THE TOTAL COST OF THE OR DER i r We Pay Express Charges and guarantee our goods to be just as represented as stated above Our special four quart FREE offer is limited to thirtyfive days so get your holiday orders in early so as to avoid delay as all express companies are very busy at this time of the year L Our offers are the most liberal made at any lime at any price by any firm If you cannot use twelve quarts yourself get some of your friends to join you in ordering and divide the shipment it reaches you THESE ARE ANTITRUST PRICES AND YOU SHOULD TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THEM WITHOUT DELAY AS THIS OFFER WILL NEVER BE REPEATED Send your order TODAYNOW Our holiday business will be very large and to insure prompt shipment orders should be sent in immediately lid JTEAR OFF ORDER BLANI AND MAIL JFILLIN BLANKSCAREFULL- YORDER t BLANK SHIPPING DIRECTIONS Cillnen Remit by S or Express Money Order or by cur collectionayQUARTS NAME OF GOODS Name I SWEDISH PUNCH 0 I A PORTPS A SHERRY Express Office I S A BLACKBERRY IS A Private Stock WhiskeyRFDorStNo S A CORN WHISKEYCounty State IAddress your envelope plainly to 0THE SWEDENAMERICAN COMPANY IMPORTERS AND DISTRIBUTORS MSedenAmerican Building Dept 3O M CINCINNATI OHIO FREE pRESCRIPTION Sent to AH Who Ask Prescription of Wonderful New Medical Discovery rf SENT FREEi i Dr D J Walshs most wonderful discovery has attained such remark abTe success that he has decided to send a free prescription to all who fill oiit the coupon below and mail it today The ordinary doctor would charge from to three dollars for writing a prescription the specialist from five to twentyfive I offer to write a prescription suit able to your case and offer to do it FREE I will also send you free of cost my book How to Get Well for your guidance Do not wait as you may not see this offer again but fill out the coupon and send today Remember it will cost you nothing for this yronderful new prescription discovery just fill out coupon and you will receive prescription and book by return mail all charges paid u Coupon for Free TreatmentAND FREE BOOK DrD J WALSH Box 2094 BOSTON MASS Send me at once all charges Beencn8efree to mo trouble Two crosses XX in front of MY NAME IS the one from which you suffer most Rheumatism Kidney Trouble TroubleMYDropsy Impure Blood Neuralgia Female Trouble Diarrhoea Torpid Liver h Constipation Partial Paralysis Age How long afflicted Indigestion Nervousness If your disease is not on the list Headache Malaria j opPristemit j the name here Dizziness Brights Disease j 1 i H one of Americas most I propose to be a grace home the to ever when U S one common COLOR D COLUMN The colored orphan asylum of New York bas been located at Union yale Negroes of Salt Lake City entered a protest before the city council against the appointment of two colored men because they both had white wives John Berry colored has been appointed teacher of penmanship in the Ohio penitentiary Our old friend Dr W D Tardif of Standford has invented a coupling device which enables the engineer of a train to uncouple his engine from the rest of the train while seated in his cabe The U B F Lodge which was founded in Louisville will celebrate its fiftieth anniversary in that city next August Members from all parts of the world will be invited to be presentIn New York internal revenue service is one negro collector draw ing 4500 per annum one examiner of corporations 3500 one gauger 1400 one division deputy collector 1400 one office deputy 1200 one stenographer 1200 one corporation deputy 900 andone messenger clerk 90fo- Mr Jas B Speed white of Louis ville gave500 to the Colored Or phans home in hat city this week There are 234 negroes in the New York customs house drawing 35000 yearly comtpany2000000 worth of business in the 11 years of its existence- A few days ago John W a Kansas negro paid ThomasI cash for a second farm near son He is said to be worth 80000 The colored people of Louisiana are 5000bto secure 10000 given by the whites for the colored Y M C Aof that city The same will be raised for the purpose of adding a gymnasium swimming pool baths dormitories boys department and other needed features to the present handsome homeMrs Irene J Worthy a former slave in the family of Jefferson President of the Southern DavisI acy died in St Louis last The whites are moving from the fashionable residential section of Washington D Cout to the suburbs and the elegant mansions are being bought by the thrifty negroes of that city Rev J Fisher D D announces the last communion of the year at the First Church on Christmas day Sun day Dec 25 at 3 p m Rev T Timberlake reports that Rev J Small will preach at Broad way Christmas day Sunday Dec 25Iat3 p m Communion at night Union 5 oclock Christmas services at Clarks Chapel M E church on Christmas morning Rev T Timber lake will preach Rev J S Webb D Dwill preach at Broadway at 11 a in on Christ mas morning and Rev T Timberlake at Allens Chapel C M E church Presiding Elder T II Copeland D D of Louisville preached at Allen and Clarks Chapel last Sunday Special rally at the Christian church tomorrow for the pastor All members are assessed and requested to give 50c Rev Levi Johnson was burred at Mt Sterling Monday He was well known here The Old Kris Kringle club has is sued a very handsome invitation for a popular dollar a couple dance at the Hip Friday night Dec 23 We are in receipt of several let ters from cooks for publication pro testing against being snowballed bj white boys and saying if the practice is not stopped they will be eomtpellcfl to stop work Mr and Mrs Don Pafridge are ar ranging to spend the Christmas holi days in Tennessee the home of the latter John Lee aged 87 a former slave of Gen Robert E Lee in Virginia who was given free transportation Monday from Cincinnati to LebanonIKy said in an interview great Confederate General gave each of his slaves 100 acres of land in Texas after thewar Rev Green W Dodge was called to Lexington Tuesday to preach the funeral of Julia McGee Rev C H Payne agent sold the Copeland property on Burns avenue Tuesday to Mrs Carrie D Payne for 000 cash It may not be generally known but the Presbyterian church has 50 theological semiaries educational and industrial schools for our people in the Southland with headquarters at Louisville with 49 white teachers 237 enrolled in sewing 52 in cooking and 13 in carpentry Over 500 attend the regular services at the Preston and Handcock Street missions There will be a Christmas cantata at Clarks Chapel M E church Fri day night Dec 23 at 8 oclock known as Santa Claus Christmas Mailwhich is brim full of life Synopsis Uncle Sam bas a great sack of mail for Santa Claus There is trouble getting it to him on ac count of the cold and distance but Jack Frost with the aid of the Fair ies Mistress Santa Claus and others after a strenuous struggle succed in reaching Snowland to the delight of Santa and the joy of all Admis sion 10 cents Mrs Cora L Johnson of Lexing ton is the guest of Mrs J Small Dear Santa Claus I write to tellI you that I am a good little girl Pleas- come to see me Christmas and bring me a pair of shoes and stockings red ribbon for my hair a doll some toys fruits and candies Goodbye Santa Mary Lillie Hampton 19 Frontstreet- Rev Dr E Joseph is moving int the Woodford property Mr Arthur L Garnet and Miss Cora W Martin who were married in Maysville Nov 24 are now liv ing at Charleston W Ta The latter is well known here Through the kindness of three oi our prominent white citizens who are interested in the elevation of the race Judge J M Benton Postmas ter John G White and Col T G Stuart our attention is called to a act of the last session of the general assembly of the commonwealth of Kentucky legalizing slave marriages prior to FebrI4 I860 The measure l was preparedly US Senator W 1 Ir AssortmentI IWe have made unusual preparations for our Holiday Trade The largest and most complete stock of inIour sore 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 DCallowayCo Successor to T B Dewhursi 146 W Main Street Lexington Ky t i iIBank II Paid up Capital SI 00000 Surplus 351000 I WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS We will give you courteous treatment and attend promptly and carefully to all business entrusted to us J D Simpson Pres A H Hampton Cashier T F Phillips V Pres J W Poynter Asst Cashier L to it us in is us to in Strothers Insurance Agency Fraternity Bldg Phone 185 pairGto see or not PAIR OFSHIRLEY PRESIDENT Sliding Back and durablethe kind that a man forget HolidaySHIRLEY diredPHrSUSPEHDERS Buy off get part on of your would like beautiful Art Panels RIf for 25 cents for the HRISTMASiNE C A EDGARTON MFG co- 333 St Shirley Mass DemoIcrntieMrs Garvin accompany her husband Prof J II Garvin to State Teachers association theI meets at Henderson during the days Rev J Fisher married John and Miss Dora Bradley at his residence Thursday night GOOD ADVICEI Get ready to turn that old page and begin the new Let your finish on the old page be for good not for anecareworn individual smile It not cost much and will domuch to help begin anew the page for next record Another Christ mas you may never see and if you do perhaps some of your best friends uuloup the old year that the deeds there recorded may so stimulate you that newd3spiritre ofblife to live A of kindness will help make a closing for the old page the sunshine shed may do goodnot only to others but for you County Democrat ISHOPPERS ATTENTION The swellest Christmas ever brought to Winchester at MRS ELLA W HAGGARDS 1212tf Seen about that insurance ycU Its a bad policy put off better have write you a one of our companies every one o which ofn substantial excellent characterXmas fires will soon ccmmence the Xmas Tree fires etc Take the hint and permit sure you against fire loss you SUSPENDERS the Cord comfort able lets Signed guarantee every pair today and Christmas Stopping your mind three 10x14 FO framing President Main will Dr Pervine and happy will you years few deeds happy and Owen things policy ZIDB 1 CURT- iSaa t Presides ZCuhler s GOFJl R 0 VicePresident Asst Castile Clark County National Bank EAthUd 1865 Accounts ot Merchants Farmers and Traders Solicited llectioa Made on Points C pita and Surplus 35000000 DRINK RpaKgla More Than Wet We have n fine line of the choicest pictures framed or unframed at a big reduction Wincbestc Paint d Vail 2J CLA SIFIEO COLUMN CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS lea word Tor a slngu mserllep 2c a word for three consecutive in sertions Y2c a word for each additional sertion toe a word per month perinsertionNothing inserted for less than ten cents Nothing charged on books for less than 25 cents FOR RENT Handsome twostory residence of 10 rooms all modern conveniences and outbuildings best location Price 40 per month Modem residence of 7 rooms fur nished Has bath gas etc This k your chance to start to housekeeping for 30 Price 30 per month We have a number of small cottages for rent from 10 per month up iiRN o 1 TOKE Office In McEldowney luWtaf Home Phone 728 Eist Tenn 26 FOR RENTRooms to sublet over Curry Dry Goods Store Apply to Mrs Mary Fox Winchester Ky Home phone 594 East Tenn 17- 812153t SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN for any magazine or newspaper published Clubbing offers a spee ially Catalogue on request South ern Magazine Agency Clark B Tan ner manager postofiice box 454 j 0 K phone 541 Winchester Ky 1123tf FOR SALEHarness saddles bug gy robes horse blankets horse col EfV W Bush Company- FIRE AND TORNADO INSURANCEWINCHESTER OFFICE McELDOWNEY Phone 145 PENDLETON RUSH dr BUSH Attorneys at Law 5tk Floor McElddwney Buildim Winchester Ky LEWIS R HAMPTON Attorney at Law Jfflce 5th Floor MoEidovmey Buildiif Special Attention to Collections Winchester Ky J M STEVENSON Attorney it Law iO S main St Winchester Ky SHORTHAND Standard Phonography the short est legible shorthand Taught by a course of individual lessons the best method of teaching known J Or nary 234 S Highland street Home phone 737- WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in he county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home ftCJnrthe best made Kerr perfection and White Pearl flour has no canal AI Leading Magazines AND WEEKLYPAPERSSUBSCRIBE If you have not yet renewedvyour old subscription do it immediately so as to lose no numbers I can meet any price quoted byany agency Call or write for my new catalogue WALLER BEAN Phillips Old Stand If you want pictures framed see usTe are making special prices on all framing Winchester Paint Wall Paper Company 1210tf SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS 41ic