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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t i ICICJI mllCMMo III IIIOIII mST EDITION THE WINCHESTER NEWS WEATHER Fair Tuesday 1 J VOLUME 5 N054 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY MONDAY DECEMBER 19 1910 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK STATE BOTTLERS ASSOCIAtiON flt Be Held in Louisville on Feb 15 and Mr Wainscott is Kep Busy Mr G L Waiuscott will be busy tiiis week sending out notices to the bottlers of the stale notifying them o J the semiannual meeting of the Kentucky Bottlers association which be held in Louisville on Feb 15 Wainscott is secretary of the association and the largest bottler in the rtale- CAftED MEETING 1 OF CITY COUNCIL IsHeld Saturday Afternoon for Pur pose of Transacting Important Business A hurried call signed by five members Saturday afternoon brought the city council together Saturday night in specialsession he petition stated that the object of the call was to pass ordinances regulating the shooting of fireworks during the Christmas holidays in the city limits and to transact other important business After they had assembled however it was found that there were already enough ordi nances on the books to take care of this matter and the important busi ness was then transacted The im rePceive the resignation of Mr C G Busti as councilman of the First yrard and to elect his successor Mr Bush recently moved to the Citizens Bank building which is in the Fifth ward and was not eligiblejo act at councilman from the First ward longer The loiceof naming the one who wasltd succeed Mr Bush was left to Mr Geo Hoii who is also councilman froot tHe First ward and he present edthe name of Mr H B Scrivener whom he said he would vouch for ant Air Scrivener was unanimously ejected In order that there would be no delay or hitch the county clerk was on hand and administered the oath oi office to Mr Scrivener An orde iyas issued ordering the clerk to pay all the city officers on Dec 23 in or der that they would have some money for Christmas All the councilmen were present and Mayor J A Hughes presided ACCIDENT ON BOONE AVENUE The Two Victims Leading a Jaded Bay Horse Return to the City Aft er Varied Experiences Amusing things occur especially since the whisky war in the North End has been on tyVLast Saturday night two men were driving out Main street andattempt el to turn into Boone avenue They made a close call for the new Catho yicichurch but finally got headed out pooneavel1ue When they reached the residence of Mr t II Bush they afire talking rather wildly the driver wanting to stop and make some iinclnirieswhile his companion was youdeedVie will get there V Tlie driver finally prevailed and putting his hore up asked a passer iby4jir he could Jell how they could f r get to Ford They were told to just p Pn the way they were goingand hy would soonget there The driv er gaVe the horse a rap with avlip s find as the horse plunged for taVd the other fellow said Watch liesonocagun go and he was going some Twenty minutes later a man with a noticeable limp and a meek exPres- sion was seen leading a bay horse II Bret with sweat and with a few strings of harness on him down Main street Another man was walking along the pavement with the rest of the har rness on his arm The man who directed them to Ford saw them and ifald tp tlie one who was carrying the r r i i ate Jl harness Partner you didnt get to Ford He said No we met a fellow out here who ran into us turned us over and broke our harness Partner can you tell me where I can finda harness shop to have our har ness mended 9 He was told and they went happily on their way TOtCHANGE HANDS Mrs DelaneyBush Withdraws From Firm on Account of III Health Business MayBe Reopened The restaurant business conducted by Mrs Jennie Delaney Bush and Miss Hoskins in the Conway building on Court street was closed Monday They hadonly been in business a few months and quit on account of the ill health of Mrs Bush It is probable that the restaurant will be reopened under a new man agement in the near future FIVE ARRESTS 1H SATURDAY NIGHT Bargain Counter Whisky Is Partial Cause of Briskness of Business in Police Circles The bargain counter whisky was partly the cause of business being brisk in police circles Saturday night Five arrests were made Rich Moon of Bourbon county heard of the cut rates and came all the way here to get his share He got itand the Mullins house got him Owen Gilvin was so unfortunate as to get disorderly and he found his way to the same place Gilvin was accompanied- by Sam Morriswho acted disorderly with him Dexter Bell and Blank Charles got hold of the fighting kind and they art waiting at the Mullins house for Judge Pendleton to pass judgment on their case ofengaging in an affray NEW TRIAL IS DENIED Motion Is Arqued by Attorneys and Executors Will Appeal to the Hiaher Court The Lisle will case was called be fore Judge Lewis Walker Monday morning in the circuit court on the motion for a new trial made by the executors The questions were ar gited by Attorneys J F Winn J M Stevenson and Robert Harding for the executors and Attorneys D L Pendleton and V YoBush for the contestantsThe for a new trial were exceptions to the rulings of the court in receiving and rejecting testimony on the former trial the instructions given by the court and improper argument of counsel After a hearing Judge Walker overruled the motion for a new trial and the executors exceptedand prayed an appeal to the court of ap peals which was granted UNLAWFUL SALE OF- INTOXICATING DRIMS- Officers Ii Boone and Madigan Arrest George Bush in Poynterville for Violation of Sunday Closing Law A raid was made Sunday on sever al places where it was suspected whisky was being sold unlawfully by the police department The raid was madeby Officers Boone and Madigan The only arrest made was George Bush colored vho was selling liquor in the store of Oren Bates in Poyn tersville He was tried before Judge F P Pendleton and fined 60 and costs Always remember that if a man knows where he can make a dollar he 1will not tell you about it he will go after it himselfAtchison Kan Globe jf t PREITY IDEA IN DECORATION Realistic Snow Storm May Be Seen on Interior of Building and Win dows Artistically Done A pretty idea for Christmas decoj ration is carried out on the interior of the spacious store of McCord PhillipsHundreds of cotton flakes are strung on invisible threads in such a way as to give the effect of a win ter snow storm From the center of the ceiling is an immense aircraft enjoyingA small motor above one of the display windows puts the snow flakes in gentlemotion and the en tire effect is very realistic The windows are decorated from the stock of the splendidly filled store Princeton and StacyAdams shoes for men and Princess for la dies being displayed to the best advantage profuselrlinladies while a splendid display of mens furnishings compose the con tents of the other window PEOPLES FORUM GIVES SOME REASONS To the Editor of The News In re spnse t the query in Peples Forum of Saturday allow me to make a catergorical answer to those questions for I recognize the right of The People to know the What and Whyof the acts of their supposed servants The board of councilmen answering the first question Why was the city judges salary raised would answer for a minority of the council In the first place five councilmen were pledged to the act Secondly In scrutinizing the celebrated Richmond Kycase decid ed in 3906 in which Judge Benton decision was reversed by the court of appeals this latter court held the police judge under the charter of fourthclass cities entitled to a dep uty clerk and after much abstruse reasoning decided that the city and not the judge must pay the salary of the clerk Also that he might act as his own deputy and receive the salary for the extra services With this mandate of the law before our eyes the board almost unanimously decided to be agreeable and nol force the judge to appoint a clerk and collect by such the salary More over wo had it authentic that the incumbent was in a conciliatory mood and willing to waive all claims foi the time pastII months 330oti condition that we unanimously voted him the pay for a deputy The latter we could not secure therefore the back pay was allowed On this lot ter point the city attorney ruled that no suit would lie for collecting the claimed back pay but for the sake of harmony and to prevent litigatior to the hurt of the citys business it was allowed with but a single dis senting vote This answers question Nos 1 and 2 The answer to question 3 Why allow the architect so much for city hall plans 590 or about that It was the opinion of a minority ap proaching closely to a majority that the allowance was excessive The architects proposal was to charge 2 per cent on the plans but consented to let the council decide what was an equitable fee The claim was re ferred to a committee of the mem bers of the council who from experi ence as builders and contractors were best judges of the value of such services This committee re fusedIto recommend any reduction of the claim Therefore it was unani mously allowed presuming it to be a just one and not exorbitant as at first supposed Very sincerely yours M S BROWNE Winchester Ky Dec 19 A BELL BOY The attraction at the Winchester opera house for three nights beginning Thursday Dec 22 will be n repertoire of rollicking musical comedies by A Bell Boy company with Johnny Galvin the Geo M Cohan comedian and Ella Galvin the winsome little soubrette as the chief funmakers of the big company rep resenting the productions Bcsides being full of amusing comedy situations witty dialogue bril J liant lyrics tuneful music andall that goes to make up high class mus ical shows A Bell Boy company has a number of big bets and novel ties that place it in dl class all by itself at the very frontof attractions of this order Everything is new and bright The scenery a special 10foot carload of is describedas being beautiful the costumes gorgeous and the mechanicaland elec trical effects such as have never be fore been attempted outside of New York One of the sensational l scenes is a song by Ella Galvin in which she introduces a regulation sized touring car with a bewildering blaze of light furnished by ov rtwo hundred eleotric globes Another brilliant electric effect is the great Moon scene a magnificent spectacle in it self introducing the charming little Ella Galvin as Cupid riding a huge electric moon The latter scene with the electrical scenery painted for it the costumes and the chorus properties and electric effects is said to bo one of the most costly single scenes ever used in a musical comedy employing as it does the entire strengthof the company will be a rare treat for Win tehester theatergoers to see musical productions up to a standard of the 150 shows for the ptfpdlar prices of 25c 35c and 50c The company carries 30 people including a large chorus of pretty girls Seats on sale at Sfrodes drugstore WRIT OF HAABES CORPUS FILm tI By Which Grover CFish Hopes ti Obtain Possession of His Infant Son RICHMOND Ky Dec 19 Attor petitionJudgtSmcklefolld curing the possession of Fishs infant son from the Welch family ir Dcrca with whom the child has beer since about a month before Samuel byPishThe child was virtually held as sayforand since then it has been carefully guiirded by the members of the household including Fishs wife for the purpose of preventing Fish from obtaining possession of the child The Welch family has refused to even let the father fee his Fishs attorneys claim Th childIconfident that they will obtain tody of the child The case grows out of one of the most dramatic startling tragedies ever enacted in the history of the county Last April Grover C Fish shot and killed Samuel E Welch who was his fatherinlaw in a drugstore in Berea Fish surrendered himself immediately but was released in the Madison circuit court on bond The venue of the case was there after changed to Jessamine county on application of the commonwealth- on the ground that itcould not have- a fair trial if the case was tried in Madison county because of Welch character and standing The trial will take place during the second week in January in the Jessamine circuit court at Nicholasville POPULAR OFFiALMOVES MADISON Deputy Sheriff Bush Resigns and Makes Arrangements to Go to His Farm Near Richmond Deputy Sheriff Bush who has btll acting deputy sheriff under Mr W 0 Brocksince lie has been sheriff re signed Saturday and began moving to his farm in Madison county Men day Mr Bush has been one of Ijc leading deputies in Mr Brock of five and has made a good officer Some n are so dense that about the only time they ever get next is in a barber shop r Complete stock of new furs received today from factory Latest styles guaranteed oxf values CURRY RI GOODS CO It o S SEN LORIMERI ISEXONERATED Committee Declares That He Would Have load Maiority of Three Votes Without Fraud- WASHINGTON Dec 19 Senator Lorimcr of Illinois was given a clean bill of health Saturday by the sub committe of the senate committee on privileges and elections which in vestigated charges of bribery made in connection with his election to succeed Senator Hopkins The re port of the investigation was made to the full committee on privilege and elections which then adjourned until Tuesday to give the members opportunity to study the evidence rjEvidencepassed between certain members of igInoredwas declared that if the votes of recehIinginated Mr Lorimer would still haY had a majority of three votes Tin subcommittee was a unit in assert ng that the evidence did not show that Mr Lorimer had been connecter with the alleged distribution of t jackpot or any money to influence the legislature in the preferment ol himself for the senatorship MORE FACTS ABOUT FAMOUS SCULPTOR Mr John W Murphy Gives Reniin iscenses of the Life of Joel T Hart Our old friend J W Murphy knew Joel T Hart intimately Mr Murphy has given us sonic ad ditional facts about his life am work The last stone chimney built b Joel T Hart is at Mr Hortons av Flat rock in Bourbon county II was engaged for some weeks on hi workwhich he completed in splendid style meeting the praise of the eu tiro family Every good rock ha Joel T Hart cut on it Mr Hal was asked why he did this7 He re plied briefly that the day wouK3 come when they would know Il knew the genius he possessed and hi answer proved his immortal future After leaving Mr Hortons he wa engaged to work for Mr Pat Doyl at Lexington Mr Doyle was ar Irishman and I believe was the best workman in marble and stone Lex ington ever had His shop was bur the corner of Upper and Secone streets This shop had a room 6xf feet in which Joel T Hart workout ate and slept This was a dimintitiv place to shelter a man of such f grand and splendid genius Here hI toiled early and late and even Mi Doyle his boss was no more than an uneducated boy just beginning u learn the trade Mr John S Wilson a druggis lived the second house from the shop and at once saw the talent and skil of Mr Hart and helped him finan dally This was an incentive t genius and an honor to Mr Wilson It was not until Mr Hart cut a bust of Chief Justice George Robertson of Lexington that his gem1 was recognized This only lacked breath to be Mr Robertson His next model was the Hon John P Crittenden which was perfect Then he took a cast of Henry Clay and went to Florence Italy to begin his glorious career He cut three life statues of Mr Clay for which he received 10000 each After this he began the figure ofa woman on which he spent 21 years stating that it took the Lord that lengthof time to accomplish a beau trial woman His name will never die as long as the sun beautifies tht earth Referring to Woman Triumphant Mr Murphy says Mrs Mary Woodward living onI the corner of Limestone and Consti tution streets at Lexington Ky offered to furnish the money free ifi the city would employ an engineer to draw a waterproof and fireproof building in which to keep Joel T Harts magnificent statue Woman Triumphant Many citizens thought the court house was the proper place to keep the figurejrso that the thousands might gaze upon this immortal l dream worked outin Carrari marble j J Co tThe place was sought by thousands and the figure was the admiration of every person Handmarks showed upon it and it was cleaned and finally it was enclosed in a large glass mold It was still the praise of every tongue and remained in its grandeur until during a school entertainment in the building some waste paper and trash caught fire Many persons wanted to carry the figure out Others believed the fire could be extinguished without dam age The flames increased so rapid ly that they reached the steeple or cupalo andsoon consumed the woodwork of the large bell which was over this figure and fell crush ing it to pieces This was a great loss to mankind andno model had been kept by our poetsculptor Joel T Hart CHRISTMAS SALE The ladies of the First Episcopal church will have a Christmas sale on Tuesday in the Opera House block patronage of the public is solic iON CHARGE OF PETIT LARCENY Jay Young and Louis Robinson Both Colored Are Given Jail Sentences in Circuit Court Jay Young colored was tried in ihe Clarkcircuit court Monday morn ng on two charges of petit larceny andsentenced to seven months in the county jail Louis Robinson col ored was also sentenced to 60 day n the county jail on a charge of pet it larceny Young stole two pairs of boots from the store of R Frank and Robinson was charged with stealing i pipe from the B George drug store oil North Main street After these two cases were finis ed the petit jury was discharged until Wednesday morningJ DEATHS AND FUNERALSI Mr Andy Henry Mr Andy Henry aged 57 died at his home in Lexington Sunday mornI ing of complications Mr Henry ista brother of Mr Luther Henry of this city and be sides a widow is survived by five chii dren The body was brought to tin1 city on the 12 oclock C 0 train and taken from here to North Mid dletown for burial Poets are bornbut unfortunately they seem to live as long as othe peopleAbout the freshest things to bo found on a farm in summer acre the city boarders TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS The first of the new year is approaching and every merchant needs Money The News is no exception tt the rule It has a large amount of money due on the rural routes and by mail Every subscriber that is de linquent will find the date to which lie has paid up on the margin of the pa reachIyou easy you drop in while in town on a Saturday- or some other day and give us a few dollars Kindlv remember your sub scrintion the first time you are in Winchester Dont nut it off After the first of the year The News will be compelled to cut off all subscribers who are in arrears three months This is not because we are not willing to trust you but because of the postoffice department Under the no daily paper can be sent throuoh the mails at the renular rates to any person who is back three months in his subscription We know you do not want to stop the paper therefore aid us all ou can and help our pocket also by coming in right away and paying up- AUDITORIUM No moving picture theater si comI pletc without a good singer for illus tratea songs so Messrs Bloomfield Ratliff who Auditoriaurn theater arid who are endeavoring to give their patrons a good show have engaged Mr Fred Dakin to sing tetttress was unable to sing until this week The song selected by Mr Dakin for Monday night is very ea fnlJand4i connection with toA f X iS I 2000 feet of the latest and newest pictures makes u splendid show A comedy picture entitled Advertising for a Wife and a drama A Life for nightI MARKETS CHICAGO Dec 17 Wheat If it were not for the big holdings of hull leaders in this wheat trade and the uncertainty as to what they will do on a break or bulge there would be a much better trading market and probably a decline in prices As it is the pit trade and the country go very slow about selling on the dips and stop buying quickly on the swells It makes a narrow market Argentine news is conflicting as to the surplus 65000000Ithe harvest season south of the Equator as favorable andrecent cables seem to anticipate an early and large movement of new wheat from that quarter after the first of the year Except as the market gets a rally from covering by shorts or a show of support from the bull leaders we think the tendency will be downward CornThe one surprising thing in the corn trade of the past couple of days has been its stubborness in the face of selling pressure and theheavy receipts Only yesterday when the run of corn on this market was 510 cars May prices lost but 35 of a cent There is a very limited Eastern demand and not much call for cars in that direction It looks as if stocks will pile up here fast With continued fine weather and large receipts there is uncertainty enough in the situation tt induce active selling on all hard spotsSOatsSome active people in the oats trade were on the buying side oC December and May yesterday and with moderate receipts and large shipping sales the market is showing considerable firmness ProvisionsCelts says 11000 hogs against 15000 last year Until the January option is out of the way we are liable to have unsettled con ditions as it is a question to be set tled between the longs and shorts as in ribs and pork there are no stocks as yet and only a few weeks to make them Surrounded bv above condi tions makes it irnpossfble to judge the action of the market for the near fu ture CHICAGO Dec 17Cattlereeeipts 200 head steady beeves 415- Ca7 35 Texas steers 45 10 Wcst ern steers 4 55 85 stockers and feeders 3 355 10 cows r heifers 2 356 calves 79 25 Hogs receipts 10000 head dull at 6 70o 7 75 Sheep receipts 15000 heart steady natives 2 40430 West ern S 2 304 30 yearlings 4 30i 5 65 lambs native 4 255 3D Western 4 5062n CINCINNATI Dec 17CaWc receipts 34 steady fair to good ship pers r4 605 65 common 2 25Cii 3 75 Hogs receipts 2493 headstrong 5e higher butchers and ship P ers 7 857 90 common 5 75 7 90 Sheep receipts 30 steady nt 253 65 lambs steady at a3ro 55 50 TOO UTE TO CLAW ILOStA black fur piece for neck between corner of College and Boone and BrownProctoria Mon day morning Return to Robbins at News office 121JtL FOR RENT My cottage on Alabama street close to Hickman school Mrs Geo D Fox Home Jbuilding East Teli 176 I I 12183t i Jl- iiiv r rlif T y r 1 J yc j z jpa q 1t i t fytfjt vrrtw reTWp w THE WINCHESTER NEWS zTHE TIJIIHESTHSNEWS l An1mJpenaerit Newspaper t Published by THE NEWS CO J 1 pot tedi O SIreetrDaily Except Sunday t Entered as secondclass matter Npiyember S 1908 at the postoffice aii Winchester Kentucky under the Apt of March 3 189I1BothPhones 91 SUBSCRIPTION RATES K By Mail Daily one year 300 8ij Months 150 fIe Month 25 f Payable in Advance THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FCRCG li BY TnE i l GENERAL OFFICE NEW YORK AND CHICAGO 8 ANCHES IN ALL THRPRINCIPAL CITIES I I ABOUT WAR t KJLi The secret communication reported it have been sent to congress last jockabout our unpreparedness forE tar and the donation by Andrew jjpgie of ten million dollars to pro 1Jotc peace has caused our people iJ think more or less on the subject tJ war possibilties Oh this subject e take pleasure in printing a sensi IJe editorial from the New York Tribune IuIt must be confessed that the more hear about the war scare at t the more docs it seem obable that some of the uses hich have been made of that rather ipelodramatic incident and particu f rly somvliat we inay call the ailiscare utterances which have lien delivered concerning it had teir origin in or at least received pretty direct inspiration from ipoint not alt ether remote and ofIt vebtnpnGAiQBOit nsi an rapidly JrtofJt the Itltercnit Km1 p ot design and at Klwn p lii 11JJ DEAvU confusion of lath a r Uoz vcXs onJ cciiijs i Use DEAVER bOARD for the Wallsand Ceilings of Your New or Remodeled Building- T l costs less than lathand plaster lumber or meta1 b moft i8 nickand easily put up is durable sanitary and artistic It will not crack chip or deteriorate withageit deadens sound keeps out heat and cold retards fire and resists strain or vibration Made entirely of selected woods reduced to fibrous form and pressed into panels of uniform thickness with handsome pebbled surface Made in convenient sizes for every purpose Small quantities furaishecHdr making many decorative and useful household articles Full instruclicns for application Apply to Winchester umber ManufacturingINCORPORATED Buncombe county If indeed the greater part of the episode did not savor of much ado about nothing it must have been peculiarly unfortunate in some of its most conspicu ous aspects Surely there was no adequate cause for the agitation which was displayed over the sec ret report which was at the storm center So far as can be ascertained by painstaking scrutiny there was really nothing in that document which has not long been common property in the market place of Gath and in the streets of Askelon or which might not have been had the sufIfithe world does not know the size Ul dI distribution of our fortifications the contrast between our militia and the regulars and all the rest of it it must be because the world fails to read the thousand andone pub lications in which those facts are explicitly set forth Nor can we agree to the propo sition that to admit perfectly well known truth implies an incorrigible degree of moral turpitude or answers to the constitutional definition of high treason It is not good taste and it is not patriotic to decry our own landor to exploit unnecessarily the paucity of its military defense But we should certainly regard it as of al least equally questionable taste anti sense to go swaggering about with a chip on our shoulder and pro claim our readiness to whip all creation when we know that in fact we are unprepared for even a small war There really is it seems to us noth ing in the question of preparing for war or keeping the peace which is incompatible with cool nerves told common sense or which it should lie Impossible to discuss vljhout vying 0 1 TotTS a- ARTIS TURNBULL rwfoo Wl HAVE THE MOST BEAUTIFUL LINES OF SILKS AND DRESS GOODS OF ANY STORE IN WINCHESTER WE ARE u MiSO CARRYING MANY CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES WE HAVE MANY GREATREDUCTIONS IN OUR VARIOUS LINES j rJI I i T I WOOL GOODS iUiiXJi jiJi Wool dress goods of all kinds and qualities are cut to the quick you n iaowiU have to come andsee our prices to realize the great reductions READ Yti TOi WEAR All coats and readytowear garments of every description all this seasons styles are reduced as never before this early in the year l 7H TAILORED WAISTS I 375 Waists go at v225r1QQ Waists bO att ir MUSLIN AND DIMITY WAISTS 150 Waists go for 99c 100 Waists go fbrv 4 v 72c BLACK SOIESETTE WAISTSj 200 Waists A 121 COLORED AND SILK WAISTS Waists which sold from 5 to 650 go in this saetfor299A- ll MUSLIN UNDERWEAR muslin underwear also goes in this sale at prices that will iastonish you I J J ARTIS tv TURNBULL t tdi Tt r t IS offat a tangent While we have no sympathy with those alarmists who see a hostile cruiser in every gnll that glides along the horizon afncl vsjigpect every pack case of Japanese goods to be a ling orsci1l1 d vtftif Satsuma braves we can hrtye none either with those who affect to consider this nation superior to the common laws of mankind find therefore exempt from the need of ordinary prepara iionsfor selfdcfenseWe do not need universal conscription nor a vast staitcti f3utieitlicrb can we prudently afford to go without a navy strong enough to meet any that is likely to be sent against us or fortifications at all of our chief ports and at both ends of our great isth nian canal as nearly impregnable as engineering skill can make them Ourgovernmetilis proceeding in a rational and orderly manner to pro vide these essentials and we have no doubt that it will take suitable steps to increase the efficiency of the army iHvtJliKtever degree ffi3TyHbe necessary As for the rest lct us be tiunqull Buncombe county at least is in nt immediate danbgerof invasion President Taft is a progressive His mistake vasi in surroundin himself with thereactionaries and listening to them rather than to his real friends t If the Democrats couldavoid ii session of congress next December it would be better for them in the election the next November Judging from our exchanges vc conclude that when the editors mind is out of mate1nlhc writes Do your Christmas shopping early Dispatches from Washington say that Caleb Powers has been in Washington trying to usurp the pre rogatives that belong to Congress man Edwards until March 4next Going too fast got Caleb into trouble once and it may do so again Of course every baby is beautiful but it is surprising how quick they can grow out ofjL We hear no more sneers at the in dependent voter The tone for the yellow dog to get votes is on tbi wane From the way State Inspector Todd is g inmoney collected from delinquentcounty officers we are inclined to think that all county officials are uofhoncst Elimls Olio volume 1 No1 is be editorIpage If I commit sui cide it will be the last thing I do It is a little paper full of bright sayings and sunshine thoughts The price is only 2pc per fear NOTICE I will ny any bills charged tame without an order from me B H Talbottl I12132wVr it The safe to do hurried Xmas shopping is thiaiUyearround reli able Curry IrjrGdpds Co It points that way 1 r121G3 tvit4 k B ff LARGE LAYING HOUSES F t tt AT POULTRY PLANT Are Comoleted and Thousands of Young Hens Are Put in T hml Centract Made The large laying houses at the poultry plant of Mr Sam Jett completed Saturday and the wercI sands of young hens which laying in a few weeks were put in them Mr Jett has contracted with a large hotel in Cincinnati for all the eggs and broilers at a fancy REMEMBER priecI prcsIentsXmas gifts come from CURRY DRY GOODS CO 12183t HON CALEB POWERS STOPS IN WINCkZSTER s Guest of Postmaster John Gi White on His Way Home From Washington lit Caleb Powers stopped over in Winchester Sunday en his way home from Washington While in the city Mr Powers was the guest of Postmaster John G White ITO ATTEND COURTI IN MT STERLING countISterling to attend the Montgomery comity court The purpose of most of them in going was to purchase cattle for winter feeding WINCHESTER IDEA HUSTLE JWINCHESTERS LEADING DRY GOOD CURRY p RGOODS GO Good Gifts For EveryonaI Prices to Suit AH Purses Do your Xmas slqppingherean save golden minutes and silver dimes Weve carefully chosen the worthiest and most beautiful of gift thingsall are well arranged easy to select from and our a store is at its best You save time by 5 making yonr selections in this store m ra Weve bought well and the superiority of r J a our buying facilities is strikingly shown inm0- our Tow pricing of these good stocks Comparison will readily prove our claim m I that you save money byshopping here i 85 to Tarsi to this store for your Xmas sU8S = stihlS and save olden mc- lIp nts and silver dimesr ilurry Dry Goods Co i SATISFIED WITH SMALL PROFITS a6tw 1 HERE FOR CHRSTMAS GIVING i 1v it to our tore will prove Our IHardware Store offers Emuch that exceedingly appropriate giving t f s itr 1 Baking Disd esCoffee Percolators 2I IPocket and Table Cutlery Iand Razor Straps I Something for boy or girl man or woman iSI 13 I Wont You taU and Let Suggestions Help You i fS ROCHESTER WARE SPECIALS 60QtJ Coffee Pots 250 IIJrJ USEFUL GIFTS Washing Machine 350 to 1000 tCd viri KnIves 150 to 800 Knives and Forks50c to 12 Per Set Tea Spoons25c to 2 Per Set Table Spoons 50cto 4 Per Set A Malleable Coal Range or a Buck Gas Range in heart of the home delights the whole family ither IrCOME TODAY WHILE THE STOCK IS COMPLETE I i r5 J a GRUBBSBENTON fl CORNER BROAOWAY and MAINit i P RFMt f4 fI l M PJlPJI pqPJtJUt PJlPJlPJlPJlPJI PJJPJlRQPlPJI T4 4 01 1wr 1 i1 1 W l y yr u + IL THE WINCHESTER NEWS Pane Three p r WAKE UP t WAKE LJRt THE TIME IS AT HAND If you expect to secure your Christmas Pres cr ents Early and give the Clerks a rest or if you 4 71 want the pick of Our Holiday Goods you Must iLCall Immediately d d p r TAILORED SUITS We have Splendid Values in our Tailored Suits They are all now going at Greatly Reduced Prices t Come also and see our Fine Assortment of PERSIAN SILKS for Waists Phoenix Mufflers and other accessories rI a of all of t you see I f Miss Croxton at Home v Miss Anne Croxton who has been fin has returned to spend the holidays at home Miss Croxton has the chair of Latin at ipgontz school near Philadelphia and is greatly pleased with the work The Ogontz school is a finishing School for young ladies and now has about 120 students It is one of he most complete schools of its land in the country Euchre Club Mrs Harvey Franklin will enter thin the Euchre club on Wednesday Surprise Party tokens of their esteem on Saturday Miss Ecton rallied gracefully to the Messrsv Bloomfield and Ratliff Auditorium theater to the Kings Daughters hospital Announcement has been received FOR OUR or and bar buy you- sce it Its waiting t L here of the approaching marriage of Miss Mary Craig Moffet of Lebanon to Dr John Crawford Crenshaw The bridetobe is daughter of Dr S Moffet and is a young lady of charming personality She visited Mrs Joe Tanner here in the spring and won many friends who extend best wishes Dr Crenshaw is a young man of sterling qualities in every way worthy of the lovely bride he has won Missionary Society The Womans Foreign Missionary society of the First Methodist church will meet Tuesday afternoon at 230 oclock in the Sunday school room of will please bring Advo cates Mr Gov Bowen with Al G Fields minstrels is Iat home for a weeks visit with his parents Mr and Mrs S E Bowen He will leave Satur day to join his troupe in Hamilton OhioMrs Rossie Deriton who has been ill of fever is improving slowly Mr J W Porter was in Richmond Speck Thompson has returned from Washington D C for the holidays Hon Caleb Powers congressman elect from the Eleventh Kentucky district was in Winchester ont Carrie Lovett of Ford was here Saturday Miss Margaret Hoskins was in Lexington Saturday Miss Kate Curry will arrive Mon day from Cincinnati where she has been attending the Art Institute Mr John McDonald of Mt Sterl J f AL4t 4f1C + See our of Messaline Crepe de Gene Scarfs a of Plain and Fancy Pocket Books in Leather and Alligator ifjfl a of Brass etcr f y nn We complete line kinds Seasonable J r Merchandise Silks and Wool Goods which should before buying elsewhere C L I F1 T O Nf B ROSSI I ISOCIETY 1 I Pennsylvania surprisedMiss guestskln donateIfund- CrenshawMoffett WATCH Big XmasAd tFull Xmas ideas gains Dont until worth fo- rMacNeill Weathers Both Phones 40I a SaturdayMiss urdayMiss M FANCY SCARFS Fine Line and Fancy Also Fine Line Skin Also Good Line Jardinieres have ing spent Sunday with friends here Mr J D Bush and family are moving to Madison county Mr and Mrs Lemon Benton were in Richmond Sunday Miss Myrtle Todd of Ruckerville is visiting Miss Nannie Martin Mr and Mrs James Moore will spend the holidays with relatives in LexingtonMiss Hisle of near Richmond is the guestjof Mrs J D BushMr Wilson Broadus will leave Friday for a weeks visit in George town Miss Myrtle Bonar and Mr Harry Price of the county spent Sunday with Miss Mattie Salmon Miss Edna Ramsey and Mr Lyle Ramsey will spend the holidays with relatives at Muir Station Mr Leonard Rye is visiting in Harrison county Mr Homer Brkespent Sunday with his grandfather at Becknerville Mrs Ellen Gaines of Frankfort is visiting her daughter Mrs Brent HaggardMr Mrs Albert Spinner and little daughter Paullean will leave shortly to visit the formers mother in Elk Rapids Mich Mr and Mrs C W Push have moved from Chaplin Ky to this city Mr and Mrs Rush are the parents of Mrs Fred Broadus Miss Marietta Powell is visiting in Lexington AN IDEAL XMAS GIFT Have some of those beautiful sejia photos made at Earps gallery Just the thing for your friends Dont de lay Christmas will be here before you realize it ll193wkseod YOU HAVE JUST 9 More Shopping Days UNTIL CHRISTMAS TO DO THATSHOPPING Ha1dwinDrsSign of Rig Watch 54 S Main St WINCHESTER KY v t READ TillS ALL WHO SUFFER FROM CA TARRH SORE THROAT OR COLDS Millions of people throughout America hava Breathed HYOMEI pronounce it Highome and now own a v HYOMEI Inhaler made of hard rubbt riIf you own a HYOMEI Inhaler no matter where live you can get a bottle of ferOMErat Phillips and druggists everywhere for only 50c Ask for an extra bottle of HYOMEI Inhalent it is only 50c and with it you can cure a cough or a cold in aI dayYou can get relief from catarrh or stuffed up head in two minutes and stop hawking and snuffing in a weekIJust pour a few drops of HYOMEI into the inhaler and breathe it in thats all Its so easy and so pleasant and so much more desirable than swallowing nauseating drugs Breathe Hyomei over the inflamed membrane d fthe nose and throat and its sooth ing healing action will be felt im mediately If you1 ave not a HYOMEI Inhal IEI1soutfit at once and with it comes a HYOMEI Inhaler that will last a lifetime and ought to be in every family For free sample of HYOMEI Write Booths Hyomei Co Buffalo N Y Big reduction on all framed and unframed pictures during this m- onthInsurance The strongest Life Insurance in the world Special Con tracts Also Fire Insur theIsee W T Ogden fh r Winchester Paint Wall Papei Company 1210tf WINCHESTERS POPULAR MINSTREL BOY HERE Mr Gov Bowen arrived here Sat urday night to spend the holidays with his parents Mr and Mrs S E Bowen Mr Bowen is one of the leading men with the Al G Fields minstrels this year SHIPS CARLOAD OF HOGS TO CINCINNATI Messrs Robb Reese Monday morning shipped one carload of hogs to Cincinnati The hogs will be sold on the market These gentlemen t have purchased another lotjof hof which will be shipped to the Cinch y nati market Wednesday See Royse Boone before buying your feed We handle the best ifi townJ 1254fl J SODA FOUNTAIN 1 ANDFRUIrSTANQ Mr J C Wilson Monday morning opened his soda fountain and fruit stand in the Auditorium building MK Wilson has given his business lioussi the name of Roxa Kola Place anf will handle Roxa Kola exclusively 1 Go to Roy t Boone and get a load oE the Red Star coal the bet ffc town 12 5 tf E cE 55 ILP1 NOVELTIES 3 tU i Yes of course we have them i1 f Everything imaginable in r many different lines Sheffieldt Silver Sterling Silver Every 4joner Just the thing for the father 4 mother sister or the rest of the family Most complete 1 assortment to be found The 4 prices suit you t3 r Our Free 2OOOO Phonograph Is Still Talking J f C H Bowen v 1It1 JEWELER OPTICIAN y- y tt If I t st zr i t7 a iiiH br- l t I J r lt 1 retti a4e PourTFlE1W1NCHESTER NEWS CO t41s n r Gu I r i ri l1f =Yt M1HM c o b e dJIq t f k r 1 To do to9fmake the coming week the busiest week of this year To do that YOU have to help To IT MAKE you help there will be offered this week gifts in Hosiery Leather GQQds iKTeckwear- Handkerchiefs Slippers path Robes and Umbrellas PHOENIX MUFFLERS ABsorted Colors White Black Gray Navy Blues SkYBlue and Fink each 5Cc Bath Robes l f Tie Prettiest Assortment that has ever shown PRICES 54O and 6O0 I nnr- xIIIEIIS SWEATERS AllWoolin White Gray orl Fancy Weave from 150 to 350 ii SMOKING JACKETS A Large Stock to Select from in Elegant Patterns and all sizes 350 to X750 Fancy VestI Why not buy a Fancy r Vest while you can buy them at 50 Discount Come in and see what we- are offering at these prices REMEMBER Just6 More Days j t 2 1 J- f j Leather Goods Hand Bags and Suit Cases all sizes and prices 400 and up to 1250 Asoa Large Line of Tru- nksSRioes A Crossett Shoes in Pat ent Gun Metal Vici Box CalfiThe shoe for comfort and wear 100 and 5091 I HANDERCHIEFS Never have we shown a selection in lain and li- nen11orSc tOe 15 25 i50c TieSeI Case after case filled with them each Tie in a Pretty Xmas Box 25c50e and The IYoucouldnt find a better present togve your son for Xmas than one of ourrn Hart SchaiIrer Marx ORaSTROUSEG BROS SUITS OR OVERCOATS WE HAVE THEM IN ALL STYLES and WEAVES H 15 to 30We have to many charming and appropriate gifts that cannot here be enumerated You will find our Xmas offerings are in harmony with your pocket book from inexpensive articles to the most costly ones Let us show you our line of holiday goods before you buy All aie invited A hearty welcome no matter whether you core to see or buy Vie BloomfieI4 Company The Store That Save You Money Opposite C rtH mse Winchester i Kenluckyc- y 1 t q c r1 i t 0 v t f I sB iA 3Eet i r z f t r i JsieyINTERWOVEN SilK LISLE 25Co 1 Pure Silk Sox and Tie to match 100JSill Sox Tie and Handker chief to match y 150 and 200 Each set in a Handsome Xmas t B- oxSuspenders and Garters In Lisle and Silk Webb all sets come in Xmas boxes 75c H r- Gloves For Men Boys and Child ren of every description Hundreds to select from for dress walking driving auioing and working In yarn cloth kid cafe rein deersilk fleeced and fur lined 56e X1000 159 2Q03e09 Silk Mufflers All very Rich Colors and r Beautiful Patterns 75e 100 X150 2e60 300 0 It 1- TE I tt1Io + t 1 jt- 1 a TiyJw I r t 1tiHEWINCHESTERNEWS u ft WINI6JJ ft GRANT Will CO t iWJWiIr Phone 162 NORTH MAIN STREET =ChristrnasGiftsConsisting Lockets Neck Watch Fobs Bracelets Shirt Waist Tie Clasps Scarf Pins Watches and Glass are to be found at Store We will treat you right on prices j Call us and Clock guaranteed HAS A ITIJEWELER t FIRST ANNUAL CORN EXHIBIT For Helhin Lexington en January 36J 1911 Tile iptlcky Corn Growers asso shotIat the College of in Lexington on Jan 35 1911 Tie ollicers of the association arc President F M McKee Yersailes vicq president L H Daufeou Olm stead secretary George Roberts Lexington treasurer A II Gilbert Vice Presidents First dis trict YoB Finch Fulton Second district S J Goring Rock Lick Third district W H Clayton Heb ion Fourth L D Oneida Fifth J E Under wood Smoky Valley Rules of the Show ThqffollQWing rules will prevail 1 Entries close Thursday Dec 29 2 tbIc afternoon of Saturday Dec Jl 3 All exhibitors must pay the as socin Hon membership fee of oOc which enlitles them to all the benefit of the association 4 However boys and girls under 18 years4iof age may exhibit in the boys and gills free of charge The rule that the corn must have been grown by the children has been sot aside except for Class 20 5 Ajl prizewinning samples will be retained by the owners those not winning prizes if desired to a of the National Cons association only the five best tsamples in each class at the state show will be admitted to the national show in classes 7 Exhibits may be shipped prepaid to George Robevts secretary Lexing ton Ivy and they will be placed on exhibition according to entry S No exhibitor can snake more than one entnrin e ich class but may en ter in Caeb class open to him but a separate sample must he provided for each class entered 1premium ListCf ClasJ Ten cars white Dent corn t 1st Elgin watch value 10 donated by Inland Fan el 2nd l3rdr 42 4thsibs rriptinn Inland Farmer 5th ribbon Class 2Tcn cars Dent com 1 hoodYStuhb Co 2nd 3 3rd 4t111 subscription Farmers Home Journal 5th ribbon v Class 3 rncarRJentcorn other RURtuslCl3 3rd 2 4th subscription Fann ers Home Journal oth rjhboiu Class 4 Ten cars flint corn any JLat 32nd o i 3id1 sub jv 7 I iI IF this or similar troubles should be ourJJI you want help quickly OUR ability will enable us l eclair the danjage and our word for itour charges will be fair and moderate PLUMBING fM a Arade we have stutlieEtlhd d audvpersistently and wcbejia successfully YOU i1l tru ting t5 I r 30 j I Chains Rings Clocks Silverware the New Jewel ery the on Watch Rpairing All work ERS Y Agriculture district Laudlin district department and According ruling corresponding yellow 2 color fortune exceptional OUR CHRSITMAS DELIVERY 01 laundry work will he especially prompt You can rely on us to Im your things done when promised I3u- if possible send them early Ou laundering is always most popula when people like to look particular nice as at Chirslmas So get you cider in early while tin can stil promise it our attenti- onWinchester Laundrv Co scription Fanners Home Journal ith and 5th ribbons ICla8s 5 Single car white Den 1st Elgin watch value 10 by Inland Fanner 2nd 3 3rd 2 hit subscription Inland Farmer uth ribbon Class 0 Single ear yellow Den forn 1st corn grader by J L Owen Manufacturing company vale 7 2nd 53 3rd 2 4th and 5th 7 Single ear Dent corn othei tau white or yellow 1st 4 2nd 23rdLClass 8 Best bL1sluioIn 70 ears my color 1st 5 2nd r3 3rd 2 jrcminms by Lexington Holler Mill vo 4th and 5th ribbons Class 9 Ten ears sweet corn Isl r32nd 2 3rd 1 4th and 5th rib lions Class 10 Largest well developed ear of corn 1st 22nd 1 Class 11 Freak eon of corn 1st 22ndlClass 12 Smallest well developed ear of corn 1st 22nd 1 Boys and Girls Department Class 13cnJ1 ears white Dent corn 1st Elgin watch value 10 by nland Farmer 2nd 3 3rd 2 4th subscription eland Fanuer oth rib bon Class 14 Ten cars yellow Dent corn 1st Blue Grass 5tooth cult vator value 4by S F Drake Ruck no S Filter 2nd 33rd Avery garden plow value 250 S E Drake Ruckno d Fister 4th subscriptior Inland Farmer 5th ribbon Class 15 Ten cars Dent corn othei than white or yellow 1st 32nd23rd 1 4th subscription Inland Farmer oth ribbon Class 16 Single car white Dent corn 1st 52nd 33rd 2 4th subscription Inland Farmer 5th rib hon Class 18 Bushel Dent corn 70 ears any color 1st 2 2nd 1iClass 20 Best collection of ten ear exhibits by boys corn clubs each ch diflereiait members 1st 10 2nd 5 Prizewinning samples in boys and girls department arc eligible tc sweepstakes classes Sweepstakes Best ten ears corn any color OH ver siding cultivator donated Q1i BendiIudBest single ear corn any color oin sheller donated by Intelnation al Harvester Co Louisville office Best bushel corn 70 ears any color Old Hickory wagon t donated lm1l1faetll1ingCo The corn will be judged by Mr J judge1Veutnra of i From S to 0 a m each day lei hues on corn growing Deluding se lection care and testing of seed corn breeding preparation of soil and cu tivation JLO to 12 a in eons judging classc s for men and boys f130 to 23011 m lectures i smi feritiUty and fertilizers t J 0 230to 4p p ncorn yidging lasses 0n Wednesday 730 p m the annual businesa meeting of filayoeia tion will be held Election of officers fc The ensuing year will take place atlchis meeti- ngOPENING 4OE I HAIR EMPORIUM yMann qnd Mrs Savery An riounce to Ladies That They Are Fully Equipped in Their New Bus iness Mann and Savery announce to tIll ladies that they have opened a hail jmporium at 12 West Fairfax Win hester Ky and are fully equipped or all kinds of work done in first lass parlors Facial massage Hair dressing Hair singeing Marcelle Hair wavingtScalp treatment We have on hud d line of lodsi md manufactured hair Order iroraplly filled Bring your comb tigs and have them made to order Vo want your business Satisfae ion assured AmercCorrect Corset front teedi with its Perfection Fron iece which are mrde from gnar intced materials throughout and an elected with the greatest care boils to quality and appearance patters nd tcnture Call and see our models ll23codtf Everything has an end even r Presidents message HAVE YOUR PICTURE TAKEN Iraqis studio for Xmas present- s11193wksseod 3ANKS ON SURE THING NOW Ill never be without Dr King few Life Pills again writes A ichingeck 647 Elm St Buffalo N V They cured me of chronic con riparian when all others failed Unequaled for Biliousness Jaundice ndigcstion Headache Chills Ma aria and Debility 25c at Winches for Drug Company hristmas See the line of pictures it the Winchester Paint Wall Pa- Do you want something tasty f jer Company 1210tf NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF E E KIDWELL BANKRUPT The final meeting of rile creditors if E E Kidwell will be held Dec 19 it 7 p m at law offices of Pendleton Bush R Bush E T BURNAM vdrsat Referee in Bankruptcy tfl Li1JlECOUGH ANDCURETHELUNGS ITIIDRKIIIGS NEW DISCOVERY 7UH cIOOfOLDSAllTHROAT AND LUNG TROUBlES SATSFACTORYOR iSee loyse Boone before buy y our feed We handle the best u tfi125ff MR McKINLEY COCKRELL LEAVES FOR NASHVILLE Mr MciKnley Cockrell left Mot- day afternoon for Nashville Tent to visit his sister Miss Elizabeth Cockrell Mr Cockrell was here on a jrvisit from South Dakota to bis antic Mr Sam Jett OFFICERS FOR ENSUING YEAR ARE ELECTED The directors of the Winchester Grocery company met Saturday and fleeted the following officers C C Becher president W L Cotton Cot tonshurg vice president J W Bale i treasury1tn the original phms and to put four men on the road The scope of bus bU5ll1C lDePaper Company 1210tf= NOBlDD8JONDS OF NEW ORLEANS City Unable to Obtain Funds For Proposed Improvements MUCH DISAPPOINTMENT FELT Municipal Betterments to Cost Seven Million Dollars LlkeltO Be Held Up Indefinitely Looks as Thought Crescent City Was Hardly In a Position to Finance a Worlds Exposition New Orleans naB no bidders for her 7000000 of sewerage bonds a aterw halide and It looks 11 though her greatest project for municipal Im t proyement would be held up Indefi nitely through lack of funds to pros ecute the work It would seem as though New Orleans was hardly In exposlt1dnevenof Louisiana when her to purchase local1ankersI own terms Tht financial predicament of San Franciscos rival for exposition honors Is toll In the following rross din patch from the Crescent City Revr Orleans LaOct 4Esp- ites several months of negotiation through the Hibernia Bank and Trus- company and In spite of g special act of the last legislature to facili tate the financial negotiations when the city board of liquidation met at noon today there was no bid for theI 7000000 improvement bonds p which the great sewerage and water project of this city was to have been been completed Much disappointment is felt a the failure of the bonds to sell as this great municipal project may be seriously delayed Mayor lehrman and City Attorney I D Moore both Issued statements tonight explaining the reasons About a year ago tho1 Interstat- Bank and Trust company agreed to finance the 7000000 bond Issue provided It was given the benefit of be- Ing the depository of tho funds col lected at 2 per cent interpst The contention wag raised that rhe bond taker could not be the depository Then a legislative enactment was secured to make tlegal for the buyer to Become the fiscal agent of the funds but still the bonds are unsold r BOND INTEREST EQUALS TAX Louisiana Exposition Securities Will Be Unpaid at End of Ten Years The following press dispatch published in the New Orleans Times Democrat Is selfexplanatory Crowley La Sept 23A petition to the voters of Acadia parish Is be 01lug circulated calling upon the voters postionposition tax Nov 8 The petition recites that according to the statement the country parishes are as sessed at 204373526 and the city or parish of New Orleans at 231045 937 and that as per the present as sessment the country will pay 106 63980 per year or 1066398 In 10 years and New Orleans 31 328445 per year or In 10 years 17084450 It states further that the inferest on these bonds will be 280000 pr year or just about equal to the amount of taX paid in each year that at the end of 10 years the state will stilt owe the six and onehalf million dollars at 4 per cent interest bonds which by the act the parfth of leans proposes to pay Th sen meat is divided on this question taxation and the promoters of thf petition declare that they wilt pus It through Give California Fair Deal There seems to be a cdntrovers on between New Orleans and Sai Francisco for the Worlds Panam- Exposition which will be held i 1915 Both cities are claiming th they are each the most logical poi thentis battles While we are not Inclined to mix up in this gilt and Injure the possibilities of either place by set tying the question as to where Iii exposition shall be held yet we thin the west is entitled to som of th godd things and we suggest that th fatIr Republican Will Benefit The Whole Coast The Napa Register says the master of the State Grange expresses th sentiments of the people irving that section when he says of the pro Panama Paciflc exposition lAn exposition of this nature If managed can not falto her of vast benefit not only to California but to the whole Pacific coast I be Heve the Grange will do well to favor and encourage the movement Will Pay Its Own Bi3 San Francisco boosters are going abbut in the meat practical wad to secure support for their proposed exposition They have raised a ciiin of money more than was ev invested in an exposition In America and propose to pay their own bin goveinntentg till to the public Omaha Bee f RAILROAD TIME TABLES QINIi TON I EASTERN ITY CO rme Card In Effect June ZI 1906 Dail37aStation PM AM v LDgton 225 I7ma 181JGajlay City 2 50 902 r Stanton 3 58 9 uU Gamptnr Junction 938 Natural Bridge 4 30I 943 QTTent 447 956 earcyville Juno1 510 11017 Athol 537 1U45 0j K Junction o05 11115 vr Jackson t 610 11123 Noil No3 Not iDailyJDailyfSnnT t Runl team v Jackson 161012201 700 Q K Juno1615 12231 705 At iol73CBeattyville June 707 320 754 Torrent 7301341 81 Natural Bridge 745 3551 82 281IL E June 900 W chesterj9 1 5071D34 5a j 6 oa 102 HE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS LXtCEFT SUWIAY IIL A E Junction Trains Nos 3wilt make connections with tb X P Ry for Mt Sterling Beattyville Junction Trains Nos and 4 will male connections wit BeattytCniPton Junction Trains Nos I 3and 4 will ccnueot with tb fountain Central Ry for passenger o 8n from Tetnilway for CAnnel City Kr an r way stations Train No2 will make connection with theL A railway for Beattyville Ky W A MDOWELL Gkrnl Mgr lids SCOTT G P A LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE Southbound No CincinnatiKnorville Joco Arrives 1016 a m departs 1019e No 33 Cincinnati Jacksonville united 10 39 a mlNo 9 9MaysvilleStanford local rith1 connection at Paris rives at 625 departs at 635 p No 31CincinnatiAtlanta limite mt Northbound iNo AtlantaCincinnati limiter 457 a m No 10 Stanfordr faysville local soijnectine lit Prfri for Cincinnati due at 715 leaves at 722 a m No 38 KnoxyilleCincinnati lo alt arrives 248 departs 253 p m No 32 ks9nville0incnsau united 558 p m All are daily except Nos 9 ant 10 which are daily except Sunday CHESAPEAKE OHIO Eastboundt 853 a m psIlL p ra hNo 24 Daily 910 p m Westbouiti No 27 Daily Ex Sun 722 a No 21 Daily 648 a m To 25 Daily Ex Sun 250 p m pam DAYSntBelow is a list of the days county courts are held each month in coo Anderson Lawrenceburg 3rd Monday liondayk Moeday n Lee Beattyville 4th Monday Lincoln Stanford 2nd Monday Madison Richmond 1st Monday fondayMereer y MnOn Nicholas Carlisle 2nd Monday Owen Owenton 4th Monday Pendleton Falmouth 1st Monday Powell Stanton 1st Monday Scott Georgetown 3rd Monday Shelby Shelbyville 2nd Monday Woodford Versailles 4tb Mondnv Bath Owingsville 2nd Mcnday Bourbon Paris 1st Monday Boyle Danville 3rd Monday Breathitt Jackson 4th Monday MondayerFayette Lexington 2nd Monday Flemingr Tlemmgsburg 4th Monday Franklin Frankfort 3st Monday Harrison Cyntliinnaj 41h Monday t Yt EDB1iAJIPrOffS iIN rrf CiPJe7 s con R o ntcn VlceFresldeit Ant Oak County National Bank Etabllnl 181t FarmersiSoilcllediMade on Points 11cellecuon 35000000 and ufplus DRINKa t o More Than Wet SHOPPERS ATTENTION The swcllest Christmas tlihigs ever rough t to Winchester at MRS ELLA W HAGGARDS 1212tf Bankrupt Sale The complete stock of B F Hens Joy will be sold at public auction at storeroom oil N Main street to he highest and best bidder on Dec 20 1910 jet 10a m This stock is ideal for the Xmas trade and will be a bargain Terms cash Sale made bmc1 under and subject to the orders of the federal court Immediate possession LEWIS R HAMPTON Receiver in Bankruptcy ENDS WINTERS TROUBLES To many n inter is a season of trouble The frost bitten toes anti fingers chapped hands and lips chilblains cold sores red und rough skins prove this But such trouble Sahde of Burns Boils Piles Cuts Sores Ec zema and Sprains Only 25c at Winchester Drug Company We have a fine line of the choicest pictures framed or unframed at a bijr eduction Winchester Paint Wall THE AUDITORIUM Picture Theatre i Continuous performance from 330 to 430 from 7 to 10 p m Music songsby everyday CentmS WINCHESTER POULTRY ASSOCIATION MEETS The Winchester Poultry associa riot met Saturday and elected S V Alexander president and B S Bart lett secretary The association will meet Saturday Dec 24r in the grand jury room at oyfc g a All poultry breeders anti those in IiheMR P B HODGKIN j RESIGNS HIS POSITION Mr P n ilndkin who has been salesman for the IT II Hall Ftinu fan e company for some time resintc Saturday Mr Ilodgkin has accept ed a position with the JT Dawson Grocery company on North Mni street and will begin leis duties a once Red Star coal is the best on lw market sold liyRosc a Bonne Hope and happiness are so chum my that when one dies the other commits suicide Some people are not satisfied with the milk of human kindness they want the creamf 1 ii ifoifr 7 r rausr r CLASSIFIED OlUMN Ic CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS I 2c Isertions IilOc a word per month- S perlnsertion l tithing inserted for less than ten ItforI FOR RENT I Handsome twostory residence of 10 rooms all modericourcnieaces- and outbuildings best location fPrice 40 per mouth k Modem residence of 7 rooms furnished J Has bath gas etc This is I your chance to start to housekeep ing for g 30 Price 30 per month We have a number of smallcot I tages for rent from 10 per month tt par kOfficeHome Phone 728 East Tenn 26II STRAYED To my place on Iron Works pike futr miles front Win ichester a small heifer Owner can r have same by proving property and fit J T CROUCH I 2173tifor SUBSCRIPTIONS any magazine or published Clubbing TAKENIialty Catalogue on ern Mcguzinc Agency net manager postolhec box 434 0 K phone 541 Winchester Ky 11 = 3t f 11 tglars etc E A Lowry Xo 7 E Broadway 12311110t k V WBush 6 Company FIRE AWO TORNADO i I rWINCHESTER I OFFICE jPhcncr PEWDllETOJf RUSH BUSH itt1o Heys ltd Law to It5thWfnchcstsr rKyI rJSpecial Attention to Collcclibns L Winchester Ky lJ M STEVE ZSOH t Attorney at Ism iiQ S Main St Winchester Ky L Iwt Standard Phonograph the shortest 1 legible shorthand Taught by a icourse of individual cssonstheIbest method of teaching Lary 234 S Highlandstreet Home phone 737cWINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS inIiThe oldest and best institution the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home flour the best made Kerr perfection anj White Pearl flour has no eaual c Leading All Magazines AND t WEEKLY PAPERS SUBSCRIBE NOW yourdso Ii as to lose no numbersT Ii anyat It my new ca i WALLER I ndfPhillips Old St IJ iIf you want pictures framed us WQ aye jnakogtsp4ciyl prices seeIall framing Wall Paper Company PftJltISUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWSy J 01IJi ii r 0 NIIw t Pane Six THE WINCHESTER NEWS CO 4 1i PresZR L BAKLR SecTreas BF Mgrs DAN flpe Central Kentucky Tobacco 4 f Warehouse Cot t O4lv v Incorporated a v Both Phones 964 Opp State University S to Lime Lexington Ky The Leading Warehouse In Lexington J f tJ jf i V Having sold over 2000000 pounds since openinEIJ ItiM of season October 25 1910 CentralfKentucky to sell their tobacco in the largest best- lighted and best equipped loose leaf tobacco ware SSB Yhouse in the world 500000 square feet floor space A 500000 pounds capacity of loose leaf tobacco per day Redrying plant of 75000 pounds per day Private track free to all railroads capacity 15 cars loaded or unloaded under shelter Shelter for one hundred and fifty wagons stable room fcr 300 horses Open day andnight We have sold an interest to the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Com pany who are represented by Mr B F Buckley of Bourbon County one of the most Experienced tobacco warehousemen in the state assortingandseilingIf necessary we can devote one floor to loose leaf and one to hogs head tobacco throughout the season Calland see us and be fully where to sell your Yeither loose leaf or in hogsheads The Central Kentucky Tobacco Warehouse Co Incorporated Lexington Kentuckyr was had Seen about that insurance yet7 Its bad policy put off better have write you policy of companies every of which is ofa substantial 0j Xmas fires will soon commence the Xmas Tree fires etc Take the hint and permit to in sure you fire loss Strothers Insurance Agency Fraternity Phone 185I Citizens National Bank f Paid up Capital 100000 Surplus 551000 SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS We wlU give yon courteous treatment and attend promptly and carefully to ill bnsness entrusted to J Simpson Pres A H Hampton Cashier T F Phillips Prey J W Poynter Asst Cashier Have You Any Mantle Troubles BLOCK USE INNERLINLINED AND YOUR TROUBLES ARE OVER Block Innerlin Lined Mantles gite 50 cent light and willoutlast ordinary- mantles II This moans a Aaving of 75 cent on your mantle expense TWO ICOMPLETE GAS IN ONE Price 25 cents GET TO TRY WITHOUT COST Save the box covers from 12 Block Vytalty the best 10and cent grade of mantles soldtake them your dealer send them us and get a Block Innerlin lined Mantle free Block and Block Inncrlin Lined Mantles are for sale at Hardware China Plumbing Grocery and Department Stores Dealers Write Our Descriptive Circular New Catalogue f The Block Light Co Youngstown Ohio Sole Manufacturers for incandescent Mantles Burners and Supplies of every description Gasoline Kerosene High Pressure etc FROM AWFUL t Row an appalling calamity in his family prevented is told by A r McDonald oh Jayetteville C r5IN My con r r JeLL J7J BVfe 1i BUCKLEY j WSCOTT Upper convinced tobacco a to it us a in one our one excellent character us against Bldg WE us D V per more six MANTLES per ONE Mantles 5 to or to Vytaltjr for and Headquarters Gas SAVED DEATH D tf f sumption he writes she was very seemed to grow weaker every day as all remedies failed till Dr Kings New Discovery was tried and so completely cured her that she has notbeen troubled with a cough sigce- r orheardr grippe asthma croup hemorrhage all bronchial troubles it has no freeGuaranteedany TOBACCO MEN ARE TO MEET duch Interest in Great Burley Meet ing Which Is To Be Held Thursday in Lexington LEXINGTON Ky Dec 17Reports from the various counties of Central Kentucky tell of intense in erest in the meeting of the tobacco rowers which has been called for Lexington next Monday afternoon at oclock Growers in practically every conu y of the burley district and in some If the counties where burley has only ecently been grown have already sig nified their intntion of attending the iieeting While the Burley Tobacco society had nothing to do with the call for the meeting it was said Friday by some of those behind the movement that no opposition was expected from the organization but that it was like ly the Burley society would assist in any movement looking to better prices for tobacco No program has yet been mapped out fo rthe meeting but the fullest and freest discussion will be invited and every grower present will have the opportunity of presenting his own views as to the best method of com bating the downward tendency of prices No speakers have been an nounced for the meeting 11 vns said Friday by some of those interested in the movement for the meeting that since the call was issued Thursday morning prices have advanced at Cincinnati and in Lex ington This was attributed to the possibility of the growers getting to gether in some way to protect their interests though reports of the sales say the increase was due to the bet tr quality of tobacco offered The Fayetle independents behind the call for the convention are in dead earnest in the matter and are working k S yo 4 hardo obtain a good attendance at the meeting which will be called to order at then tourtit house at 1 LoelcMonday after noon r As provided in the terms of the call all the growers of burley tobac co in Ohio Indiana arid Kentucky are invited to be present whether mem bers of the Burley Tobacco society or nonpoolers When asked for an expression of opinion as totHe success of the move ment last night President Clarence LeBus of the Burley Tobacco so ciety declined to be quoted follow ing his invptible t rule recently and referred questioner to the press representative of the who was not in the city Friday nightI oARL N Mr John Henry is suffering very much from arising in his ear Mr John EHagard7of El Paso Texas is the guest of his parents and will remain there in 1911 Jas Richardson bought of T T Chison his tobacco at lOc straight- T E Osborne was the guest of his brother at Ruckerville Friday Mrs Tandy White of Lexington and Mrs Edith Deyary of Mt Sterling attended the funeral of their sister Mrs EC Osborne hereDeath Mr John Martin Hampton on Dec 3 tad took from him his pear ptecious wife Mrs Hampton lingered only two weeks of pneumonia and tIlJD God culled lien home with her loving friends Mrs Hampton said death was a pleasure she didnft fear to- go when lie bade her Mrs Hampton was years oldr She leaves husband and four sons to mourn her loss T f Though today were filled with mourninglrercY on the throne With Thy smiles of love returning We will sing Thy will be done WANTS TO HELP SOME ONE For thirty years J F Boyer of fertile Mo needed help and couldnt find it Thats why he wants to help some one now Suffering so long himself he feels for all distress from Backache Nervousness Loss QrlJ petite Lassitude and Kidney disor- lers He shows that Electric Bitter work wonders for such troubles hive bottles he writes whpjlj cured me and note J am well an hearty Its alsopositively guarari iced for Liver Trouble lyspqpsia Blood Disorders Female Complaints ind Malaria Try them 50c at Wn Chester Drug Company DR JOHN A SNOWDfll OFFICE IN Bean Building near corner Main and Fairfax Street Residence 143 Boone Avenue OFFICE HOURS JSSVnT Both Phones office No 352 Residence Home Phone 329 fwhenl Need of PLUMBING TINNING- All Kinds Repairing Work Gs Mantles Globes Chandeliers etc see LUCIEN WILSONE- ast Tenn Jt21111 OPERA HOUSE dThuJsday Johnny and Ella Galvin Presenting a series of New York Musical Comedy Successes including A Bell Boy The Man QuestionA- ND Zira From Turk- ey2SPEOPLE2S Special 60foot carload beautiful scenery gorgeous costumes wonder luLmechanicalreffects dazzling elec trio effects EV ER yGir a a Beauty Hit CrEndi bill is up to a standard of any 150 musical comedy but will be presented re at Popular prices 25c 35 e and SOc Seats Nowvon Sale at Strodes Dn Store r fI i i SV A RENDERS VERDICT IN I ABNR MURDER CME Crowd in Court Room Applauds Jig orously as Defendants Are Re leased from Custody PARIS Ky Dec 19We find the defendants John Davidson Hacker Combs and Jase Deaton not guilty was the verdict of the jury AftClitwoeration the jury filed into the courtroom and amid breathless silence Foreman J T Martin was asked by Judge Halbert if the jury had made a verdict to which he replied We have whereupon Clerk W H Webb read the verdict The crowd in the court room applauded vigorously and all efforts to suppress it by Sheriff Thompson and his deputies proved futile The aged parents of John Davidson Mr and Mrs Robert Davidson embraced their son while other relatives and friends rushed to congratulate the members of the jury Judge Halbert rapped for order ind told the defendants they were lischarged from the custody of the court and also announced his deci ion in the contempt proceeding against A S Johnson charged witl attempting to bribe the states stai witness Wm Stidham Mr Johnson was exonerated Judge Halbert made a favorable impression as a presiding judge and was congratulated for the earnest and mpartial manner in which he con meted the trial In a powerful argumrent ofan tour and a quarter Col Robert B Franklin closed the arguments short ly after oclock p meand the case vhich has occupied the entire week vent to the jury The court house was crowded and when Gol Franklin arose to address the jury silence prevailed With treat ability and impressive and dra matic delivery Col Franklin review ed the evidence in the case He said it was for the dignity of the law and the preservation of beace and order that he plead for the wnviction of the defendants and turning to the aged mother of Jonl Davidson who sat by the side of hei son he said- fro tear has fallen from your eye Ibut what like molten metal it has burned its way to my heart and trust that God may bless you It is not he continued througl spirit of vengeancefor that at tribute alone belongs to Godbut r sense of duty and conviction that 1 ISle of this jury that instead of your lioy being sent back home a frcr nan you may place your arm about urn as you did in his infancy anII md press him to your heart but he law may be vindicated by placing a rope around his neck Court convened promptly at oclock when the taking of testimony of Justice Chas Terry and Miss Bessie Bales the official stenographer of the court that conducted the inquest as the concluding testimony on rebuttal evidence was completed The jury was then instructed by Judge Halbert and the argument proceedcdI strong argument setting forth tau lack ofcreditability of the star wit ness Wm Stidham and upon tin Complete alibi established by his rli entsJudge Adams was followed b County Attorney Geo n Batlcrtan for the prosecution who presented Tear analysis of the testimony Charging the defendants with th Crime Judge Denis Dundon then spokr for the defense He said he did not blame the attorneys on the other side for seeking to shake Ed Callahan from about their necks Judge Dun dons address was n powerful plea setting forth the innocence of he accused and he appealed to the jury to render a verdict ofacquittal At the afternoon session Hon A Floyd Byrd of counsel for the prosecution spoke for nearly an horn rind a half He declared that Ed Callahan was not on trial and that there was nothing in the record connecting him with the case Mr Byrd made an impassioned ap peal for the conviction of the de tlacIa pall over Eastern Kentucky shonli be met with just punishment Attorney A H Patton closed the argument for the defense in an able speech that attacked as utter fair lacy the attempt of the prosecution to connect Ute defendants with the crime He pointed out the character of the witnesses who attacked the evidence of the star witness Stidham and analyzed the testimony to show that the defendants were not near the scene of the crime when the shooting took place L n Grandmother Deserves The Best There Is That smile on grandmothers dear old face will broaden if in your desire to make the evening of herlife more beautiful r you put in for her use this Christmas a great big Morris Chair upholstered so luxuriously that her comfort reaches the ideal Generously Upholstered Chairs We lay stress upon the excellence of workmanship in our present showing yet prices are no higher than if they were just simply of the ordinary sort HandPainted China 1I We have on hand a large line of Hand Painted China Dinner Sets and other Crockery which we propose to Close Out j at a Very Great Reduction They will make beautiful Christmas Gifts You should see them 1 c HENRY H HALLFU- RNITUREUNDERTAKING CHRISTMAS WREATHSof CHRISTMAS TREES for Everybody Small Trees Little Trees Medium Trees andLarge Trees POOLE PURLLANT Opera House Block MAIN ST Peoples State BankPAID UP CAPITAL 10000000 Surplus Funa 2000000 In our slprLuistory of a few years we have hilt up a busi ness of we are justly proud We are pleased with pur business because of the volume to which it hfu attained and the for its fut reputationare glad that our customers are in all parts of the city and county and thatnve number our customers among the humblest awell as the rl depositors We would like very much to have you enlisted as one of our ustomers and cordially invite you to make us a visit and inves igate our facilities for doing an uptodate banking business iJOHN M HODQKIN Cashier J L BROWN Pres L B COCKRCLL V Pre S if T l i tAt r ry io it J