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IIQ 0 d Y J f liST EDiTiON THE WINCHESTER NEWS EELIIII VOLUME 5 NO 55 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY TUESDAY DECEMBER 20110 i CCKTS A COPY io cain A went E SHOE FACTORY ffII Ir t ER IsAswrMl if MMaffcts Can Ser EnMfffi LJT Will Pcetiiwy Havt 500 Expert Etof toyees 1The Winchester Commercial club for some time been negotiating with a large shoe factory relative to locating a branch factory in this city This factory is known allover the United States and has ben in active operation for more than 25 years aiid at present has over 1800 em ployees The club raas at last secured a proposition from the factory agree to locate here provided they can se cure enough labor The vice president and general manager of the company was in con sultation with the directors of the club for a couple of days last week and has investigated the situation here quite fully They are ready to ti locate provided they can secure as many as 50 girls and women to be gin with They use only white help The representative who was here stated that if they could begin with 50 he would be walling id take at easJ three months toeducate them jojopF rate the machines and would send 15 of his expert operators here to teach them And as soon as he had educated this number he would in crease his force its rapidly as possible until he had as many as 500 at work He stated to the directors of th club that if they would secure him 5C girls and women to begin with he felt sure that lila company would put ir the machinery and begin operation immediately The work required is operating power sewing machines and as theic t aiitnnmber of sueti operators herr wSrhad formerly operated machine fttnb lovernll factory he club feltsthni it5fsr would easily be able to securer the required number v The representative of the factory plated that they would be willing it jrnurantec the operators as much a 3i per waeT fb begin wfthahdaftei they had become skilled in the operation of lhemadhincs theY could earn tipywhere from 9 to 16 per week 4s many of their present operator were now le inugs tliesoaniounts It is upknWinCheictrto dacmrethi factoiy ilfl started with 5ft wiomen ana girlKiit will Undoubtedly be in creased as it is the manufacturers desire to have as many as 500 at work if possible TheCommercial club through Lev isH Hampton secretary of the Corn inercial club is advertising for ps many as 50 girls and women who will la be willing to learn this trade They are requested to either call on him in person orsend flheir name age and street address As soon as thee names are secured the representative of the factory will return with bis forelady and master mechanic and meet the applicants and if satisfied t with themwill nncebegin prepaxarj tions for immediate operation anfl S will expect to have his machineryiin stalled and work begun by the middle of February This means more to Winchester than any enterprise that we have yet herd proposed as it will mean ulti injjtery n nayroll of 200 or 300 per wepk The factory is assured if we fndux isb the labor OYikDOSE i Of l STRYCHNINE 16 iHoltflftit Oldest Son of Postmaster itlj GCv White Is Found in Serious tiS lticr j r it Jr t V Holt Whte the oldest son of Post nmsler Jolin G White was fquiidin jithd Union station Monday night about oclock by the telegraph operator 4Mr Norlftcutt in a serious condition andupon investigation it was learned that he had taken an overdose of strychnine The boy statedtfter being revived trial he had been tak Ia ing the medicine rn weak heart and i gotten too much Ji White had been in Lexington dur ingth day but returned to Winches Jter on the 6 30 C 0 train In Stead of going home toe remained in fJo city He was found by Northcutt Wtting sear the OOQX of the station Allows JB semi ooscions condition vITeei hardly talknnd appeared kJtf Wfnng11T box containing 5 t jr strychnine was found by his side Mr Northcutt ran to the restaurant of Mr Robert Profit and secured somE hot water and mustard which he gave him This revived him for a wtoile and may have been the meant I pf sayg his life As soon as pos sible Dr B F Johnson was sum mouednd after working with him for narly an hour and a half had him sufficiently out of danger to roe taken home by his father who had been summoned WOMEN ENGAGE- r IN FT I Becky Moore andMasyDodne Arrested in ucktown on a Charge of DJsdorderly Conduct iBec1y Moore and Masy Dodge two colored women of Bu ktown were ar rested Monday nilifoil a charge of disorderly conduct They had a fallingout over a trivial matter and wore engaged in fighting when the police officer Jiajjgened along and took them to fJ housei AUDITORIUM jThi A brand new program will be seen at the Auditorium theater Tuesday afternoon and Tuesday night Two splendid Paibe pictures ahd illustrated songs by Mr Dakin will make a fine show and a treat for tihose who attend A good comedy picture is Maggie Hoolihan Gets a Job Also a beautiful picture entitled A Castaways Return and How Jack Helped His Sister MR JOHN B ijff 1qquiri SHERiff JsSworn kt and immediately Begins His Duties Fills Vacant Caused ty Resignation of Mr Bush Mr John Ballard WaJi nppbinted deputy sheriff by Mr W013rock sheriff jTuesttsiy mbrhing Mr Bal lanll wd iniiribdiafely sworn in and bdgaihisdiWes The vacancy caiised by the rcyignatiort ot Mi D Bush will Tftj filled by Ballard wIn s tin exdeputy policeman FINE SON IBorn to Mr and Mrs Younger Jones of this city Sunday morning fine boy POULTRY SHOW fOR WINCHESTER Will Probably Be Held in Week Fol lowing Exhibit in Lexington Much Interest Manifested +A poultry show for Winchester and Clark county will be the next attrac tion A show of this kind has been undler way for several months and the first steps in perfecting arrangements were made Saturday afternoon when vi meeting of a few of the fan ciers was held in the Fraternity building and an organization was made A number of the fanciers were present and the following officers were elected Mr S V Alex ander president N B Barnes vice president B S Bartlett secretary and Ed Cleland treasurer Another meeting will be heM at the courthouse Saturday afternoon and every fancier is requested to attend There has been more interest man ifested in the poultry industry in Clark county during the past year than eveigjjgfore and during that time two largqjj poultry plants have been numIstock arid there is no doubt but Hhat show equal to any in ithe state will put on It is the purpose of those interest in having the show in Winchester to arrange the date so as to follow the week in January in which ithe poultry slioW iis tobe held in Lexington and a number of fine cxfaibfls will no doubt be induced to comp here Poets have been known to nccnra late fortunesby going jrV ik at soMttiiinr else r rrt i ti l I y E HMBB ADOPT RESOLUTON 1 Will Hold Another Meeting in Lexing ton Jan 5 to Formulate Further Plans lAt a meeting of tobacco growers at Lexington Monday resolutions were adopted as follows Be it resolved that we the to bacco growers of the Burley tobacco district shall organize ourselves into an association for our mutual protection Select A committee ofnine of which the chairman of this meeting shall be exoficio chairman to b appointed by 3iim whose duty ii yball be recommend a plan for tb perfection of a permanent organiza tion That said committee be given until 10 oclock tomorrow morning Dec 20 to complete its j4Uid it shall be its duty to rcportft ree ommendation to this body tfit twcct ing to be tjalled at that hour in Lex ington Ky The cpminifetee on permanent or ganization of this movement shalt be compos of the following Hon H nry M Bpsworth Fayebte county Judge B F Hill Henry county Senator H M Froman Car roll county Perry Minor Owen county Edward Gill Mercer county Rhodes B Thomas Scott county Judge J II Pblsgrove Franklin county John E Farm Garrard county Clarence Tate Lincoln county After the adoption of the report of the resolutions committee the con vention adjourned until Tuesday morping at 10 oclock to consider the report of the cpmmitt je on perpia nen r i f 1mplYOIthe o th iR FIjrAreeomm ifll thtl crop n tIt 0nie contract out out the 19l2 crop that all counties in the Burley districf ares requested to send delegates te Lexington on the fifth day of Jan irairy 1911 to devise ways arf means to bring about this J Eoii the Pltt1 0 jUg tbA91- lIOhJ4 II1JHn i 0 1JJ4 a- d1UtJVc4P 0 n otI Jun TSecbrtd We favor countyorganiza tion tind home rule Third We avor a reasonable percent contract Fourth We favor a separate or ganization and recommend coopera tion with similar tobacco organiza tions It was decided to hold another meeting Jan 5 1911 and Dec 31 wac fixed as the day for the several coun ties to hold meetings find appoint delegates PRISONER GIVEN YEARS REPRIEVE State Provides That Persons Shal Not Be Hung Until After the Clos of Next Session of Lenislature MONTPELTER Vt Dec 19Un intentionally the Vermont legislature has given Elroy Kent the convicted murderer a years reprieve The state provides that person shall not be hung till after the close of the next session of the legislature after tie sentence is passed Kent was sentenced for Friday Jan 13 1911 The legislature lins niHmirnpil fn the holidays till Jan 3 They cannot reach final adjournment in less than 15 days so Kent will have to be re sentenced and the date placed after Jan 1 1912 The legislature refused to ChaiiS the penalty to lire imprisonment and the reprieve is an aeoidentaic to the long session COMED WORD fOR WORD FRflM HAWTHORNE Members of University of Pennsylva nia English Deparment Are Hugely Enjoying Joke- PaIIiADED5LPrnA Dec 20- Nembers of the University bf Pepn syIvanja Eng1isli d plititlle tl l ti iff J f rt t ArtES SPECIAL NOTICE TO ADYE rISErS AND PA TRaNS IIN ORDER Td GIVE OUR EMPLOYEES K HALF HOLi- DAY THE FORMS OF THE NEWS WILL IE CLOSED SATURDAY D4 24 At II OCLOCK A M ADVERTIS ING MATTER FOR SATUR DAYS EDITION SHOULD BE HANDED IN NOT LATER THAN FRJDAY AFTER VON 1171 hugely enjoying a story at the ex peuse of a young instructor in con hypoIcom t l6 vAs not being marked fairly vfInmy essayast weel fbtfre were marked 16 error iu grnrifinar ho said and there was really not a single mistake How do you know there were no mistakes 1 asked fibej professor Because Icopied ibAVQrd for word from Hawthorne answered the fresh man The professor examined tbepqpCl wasltruc DEATH OF MR1 JERIN1ALDNRes- pected Citizen Passes Away at Age of 71 of Paralysis at His Home in This City Mr John Wnlden diednt his homo on First avenue in tfcU city Tuesday morning itt thel age of 71 ofj paraly fSlSMr 1V1 lden id Survived by iBthfeiV cliildrer DIr 1IJeDnie fJonns MriWo seph WhldenMrsi Mcittie Mobratand MisgUosie WaldenvioC this city Messrs John Will and T M Walden of Tennessee and Shelby Walden cf Covington v The funeral servicejf will be conducted at the family residence No lIP First ayenncj Wednesday Dcc 21 at 10 oclock a ni by Elder J W Harding and Rev th J Chandler Following the services the body will be tnken to the Winchester cemetery for burial The pallbearers will be H F Fitch F M Frnzier Snm Tupp J A Har ris Robert Harrison find T liWillH CHILDS BODY 9 Z 2 IS REINTERREff Remains of Anna Mae Rue Are r Brought From Curt iriWVa to Log Lick Cemetery The tidy fA1arc Rue thc little dmighte rof Mr and Mrs Wm Rue wtio died at Curtain W V in 1906 arrived here Tuesday morning and was taken to Log Lick where it will be reinterred ISLAND SUNK BY EARTHQUAKE Surfaces Covered and Nearly All of Inhabitants 75 Families Have Perished PORT LTMON Costa Rica Dec 21Vordftom San Salvador reach ed here Sunday announcing the sink ing of an island in the Ilopango IA goon following an earthquake shock It is asserted thtariy all of the inhabitants about 3Sy families per f ished w v The in1ing f tbisliid t iit jt T IIJ a series of earthquake were felt throughout the republlch I The shocks began early in the even ing and grew in frequency and lence as night progressed until midnight when the watchers freti shores beard the sound of guns the people on tlc island Shortly after that a huge bondfire was lighted on the island and at about 1 oclock a boatload of frightened women arid children reached the mainland The survivors reported that other boats were coming as fast as they could be fiUedas the island was slowly sinking under the feet of thiS inhabitantsThe n of the mainland were appealed to for aid but in view of- the continued shocks and the stead ily increasing violence of the sep in the lagoon the boatmen were afraid to venture Indeed there was no time While they debated another and more violent tremor shook the mainland and the fire sad other lights on the island vanished In the morning not a vestige of the island remained In all it is esti tastrophe mated that 170 perished in the ca This is not the first time clazs that such a disaster trnditionI iptirredjn Central America firsMhtaice in the memory of living man however when such a peculiar tragedy has followed in the wake of anearthquake in the tropics The formation of the lagoons und their geological origin arc responsible for their unstable condition The lagoon of Ilopango tills what were once the craters of a chain of volcanoes and the island was a for mation of comparatively recent life Estuaries and lagoons like the oiu where the horror occurred dot th whole coast and as the seismic tre mor was widespread in its extent i is feared that wholesale loss of lif may have occurred farther away POSTOFfICf Will beidpenSnilclay Qc 25 fron 2tra6 omlOHlrt to 2 p thtTyity cUrrier will makfe one mornliig trip Rural carriers will be on duty at above named hours JOHN G WHITE P3r FAT At RESULT NtIOgthlsrtt iti tn7Thiiteen Persons Are Killed and 5P Injured by Three Dynamite Blasts Konday Morning NEW YORK Dec 21 Thirteer persons were killed two of their women and 50 injured in a doubl explosion of gas and dynamite in tin new electric power Jioiise of the Net Yoik Central railroad Monday morn ingThree dynamite blasts picked up r northbound trolley curllifted it intf the air and sent dpwc upon an automobile inch Avas pass iigon the other side of the street kil1iedtr1pfthe city was injured rTheexplosion occurred is at Pitfsfield Fiftieth street and Lexington avenue which is half a dozen blocks north of the Grand Central depot The explosion which could hi heard for many blocks partly wrecked the fire engine house near by and prevented the firemen from getting their apparatus into the street At a postoffice substation nearby the explosion slightly injuredseveral clerks and threw the mail all over the floor In the New York Nursery and Childrens hospital ceilings were partly shaken down and the windows broken but none of the 300 children there were badly hurtf WANTEDFifty girls and women to learn to operate power sewing machines in a shoe factory to be located in this city Niqe clean weekly 300 per week guaranteed Operators after becoming experienced can make from 900 to lGpO per week Please apply to person or send your name age and street address to Lewis R Hamp ton Secretary of the Wincljester Commercial club Fifth floor Mc Eldobney building Winchester Ky Every time you look at a 12ryear old boy he needs a new pair of shoe Atchison Kan Globd vNecessity is a genii tliiijh tpmike- a virtue oif vpu haveno Setter enn 1 ra 1f r 7J jc 3t L itIeJ f f iF7 rf 1 i l i AVIATOR HAS NARRflEARE S0Bfl Recsvers Cotisciiusness aM Was Found Ti Be Only SHthtly Hurt About the Face DOVER England Dec 21Clauth GrahamWhite the English aviate who recently won the international aviation cup ut Belmont Park had a arrow escape froni serious injury Sunday As it was his machine was wredkedand he was badly cut nbout the face A large number of aviators have been waiting here for the last fort night to compete for the prize ii 200000 offered by Baron DeforuM for the longest flight across the English Channel in 1910 the flight to be made by an Englishman in an Englishbuilt machine Graham liito Monday morning ascended for a trial flight in a strong wind His machine began to rock and he was unable to restore its equilibrium It turned over plunged to clue ground and was completely wjrecked The aviator fortunately fell a lit tie to one side It was thought at first be had suffered concussion but ho soon recovered consciousness and itwns found that he had received nothing more than some bad cuts about the face YOUNG HUNTERS DISPlAY HEROISM Hold Bandits at Bay Until the Arriv al of Posse One Man Killed and Two Captured ViGFANI21After a aiinmng battle between three robbers who had looted a gen eral merchandise Store at Clifton six miles from here Sunday andn posse one of the robbers was killed and the other two captured A clerk whotiatl been and gagged jby tle robbers wa found SatuTdqy impaling aI Aposse start ad intpurtqt qthe Fq b 1P P tJpst r1iilf ur Jl1nlt boyihiRcr scIitofGIiffleindCRe1ie4jlugput Ttlrce oftb bpyfj covered the robbers with their small caliber rifles while the fourth went for help Before the officers ar rived the robbers succeeded in mak ing the three boys prisoners and forpcd them to carry a portion of the stolen goods for eight miles When the posse overtook their each of the robbers seized a boy an used him as a shield to protect ther from the fire of the posse mcanwhil revolvers keeping up running fire from thci W H Harrison father qf two r 1pOeshot one of the robbprs whowa holding Harrisons son before himI 1JyenderedTo MAIL SUBSGRlBfRS The first of the new year is approaching and every merchant needs money The News is no exception ti the rule It has a large amount of money due on ths rural routes and b mail Every subscriber that is de linquent will find the date to whlchh has paid un on the margin of the paper It is hard for this office to reach you hut it is mighty easy for you t drop in while in town on a SaturdaI or some other day and give us a few dollars Kindlv remember your sub scrintion the first time you are ir Winchester Dont nut itoft After the first of the year ThE News will be compelled to cut off al subscribers who are in arrears threi months This is not because we art not willing to trust you but becaus of the postofnce department Unde the rulings no daily paper can be sent throuoh the mails at the renular rates to any person who is back threi months in his subscription We know Iithereforeour pocket also by coming in righ away and paying up HELEN KELLER OF MINNESOTA ST PAUL Minn Dec 20Vern Mabel a St Paul girt 10 years old is termed tlc Helen Keller ot Min TKota by the stttle board qfvyisitj brs in its annual report l r k F ji LeQ- 7 V ff I IL 1000 from this years l isiitre and wants the same fount jr year for the girls education She is an inmate of the Ute school deIte r HkvMny de volQs all her time to teahThg1er Stiss Gammon entered the school goSheshe was tit the school C r ul doll Today she has a vocabularyof 3000 words She writes the square luu11j f the blind operates a typewriter Alltl reads raised letters Site bus ulo made rapid progress in liproiliing and speech She makes lier iCfvfn clothes I IJ St to XMas MARKETS CHTCiVGO Dec 19What Trad ers arc puzzled as to the outcome of Ulr ball operlli s by J1A Snl 9 sos t iliW pljJP s4wat range ifr m bushels TtJpQcg as iijwillkike- a crop accident or something unr usual in the way of bullnewtfi help the leaders out of tjipifc big oIdingSj as the wheat wrtsall bpiiglitttfrjiiigli at higher prices This pit situation keeps the public out of the mhrkel and prevents natural sellingprefesitrd from the local trade Even with the 011 same exports aBlafctyear from Dec am 1 ib Jidy 1ctIiintieitrnttt llnrduviit ro- hbcubdT1000O00O bk1sxltni7enjis i ii oterilEnto iiVtddkclhntth1iivflnt 1C1oj52 asfnot befoeiwcasFCJauiAda irillhig hiu sell her surplus cheaper nndquieker f fthan this country BoUt Argcntinci and Australia will be shipping hcv wheat in another month or six wjiki Against fin this bear news tjlcuo is the possibility of a revival of tha mill ing demand and a reduction in Corn stocks after the first of the year Careful observers can see little al this time to lift the market out ot the nit Natural conditions Are bearish and big Holdings are keeping sell ers in check Corn The primary market of orni Uhisroountry the pasfcjfyTpekvV weIarprnii riD8 t- cIs and flj725jOOO huphelswinwejwass JfnMuuuuii iujmiiu i i uc piq YAAtS Chicago has accumujntod ome There on tracks and in elevat ors about 3500000 bushels of corn The December shorts have been sat isfied The trade is impressed by the fact that Illinois and Inwa are credited with nearly lOOiQOQOOO bushels more corn than last Weather conditions have favoreiHho marketing With all this the incOJhas been slow and the market stub born and it may be wen to limii nlos to temporary swells Oats There is a narrOw scalping market in oats with large shipping sales lay after day to offset the big crop figures 0CnrCAQO Dec 10Recoipts of hogs 30000 head cattle 19 000 hnad sheep 26000 Hogs opened 5e lugh r left over 4400 receipts a VertfJh ago 28000 head inixetF47O7 50 rood 7 50S 7 70 ITO gl17 357451 light firt3S7 75 Crtttle l 1Ot20e highel Sheeii lOc vliighdr Cincinnali Dee lOPCn1t1e rdh xeipts 1349 liead activjo andi t ilrik 1015c higher fair to lgoodfehip oers 4 750 20 Hogs1 rcCip 1468 head strong btifchcrStn J shippers 7 857 90y common 175 8 78 Sheep receipts 49Jlieoac- teandy at 23 55 lambs steadjiit 5 85 TOO UTE TUtlASStEY PlIotIni1 1 r t c P 4 r Pa e Two tHE WINCHESTER NEWS lElittSIERS NEWS r r An Inifependent tItwrsp ape tr byI CO f4 Office 109111 South Main Street 1WiniChester Kentucky it Daily Except Sunday if Entered as secondclass matter November 28 1908 at the postofflee in Winchester under the Act of March 3 1879IBoth Phones 91 x SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ii By Mail Daily one year 300 M Six Months eo 150 One Month t 25 Payable in Advance i ADVERTISING RATES Q DisplayPer Inch Onetime any edition I 26 Three tufcep within one week 50 One week cpntinuonsly 100 i One calendar mo continuously 300 Four weeks 4 times a week 240 Four weetl1ree time sa week lW Pour weeks two times a week 12j fi Four weeks one time a week Reading Notices Per Line ii lrBusinessG Pro reading news heading 15t Three continuous insertions of sum i item at double the onetime rate Classified Per Word One insertion any edition 1i Three insertions continuously 2a m Each three additional insertions1 mo continuously 10 Nothing counted less than 10 words No item charged on books fo ilessthan 25 cents THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THEI OFFICESlICAGdi BRANCHES IN ALL THK PRINCIPAL CITIES I TpifGA hINETOf We are so prone to accept what i we haveas matters of cbiirse that lv seldom think of the years of toil that may have been spent in perfecting a sinle machine The gasoline mptoi was5eKfeuieJ yjGeoJiB Sheldon pf Rochester N v Be worked for 2f tIU1p1I jjfin rIl fi tiT tlM tyears before he got a macmno thai ani792 j iio1 911r4li 0 9do JwpJ11 1jlfJb ltY91 90J He began by experimenting witK steam as a method of propulsion but in lSTS this idea was abandoned and he began the study of engines using other agents He investigated engines to be operated by ammonia by bisulphide of carbon and oth lrer liquid fuels In 1875 he built and operated an engine that was driven by a mixture of laughing gas and kerosene This machine was a fail t use He moved slowly after this 70Ctcn 1 c tti1ii nrnElit wrdhg direction often 1j r insurmountablelialted by seemingly difn Jijities Paling 1875 he reached the cWclusion that roadTocomotioii winuld be achieved only by an intern al combustion engine of the compr s sion type using liquid fuel At Ins lie was on the right road In 1877 he had conquered either by actual experiment or by theory all his main problems The time had come to build the engine In 1878 the first engine test was made Finally one never to be for gotten lay all was made ready for th test the ignition flume was lighted the flwhcclgi en a spin There was 1a sharp explosion then increasingly explosions The engjnefran The granting of uhe patent was fol lowed by long and costly litigation but the patent was finally sustained bringing financial reward after a wait jOf 25 ears Now the royalty on au tomobiles manufactured under the Seltlen patent will place Mr in the ranl ot millionaire inventors j something which is a rarity As n Wile it is generally sonic one other than till inventor who reaps the re wards of a patent It is rather dif ficult to estimate just how much money has beets paid in royalties but there are now 83 automobile manu iartuter paying royalty to Sir dens benefit 15Cl1 Mayor Gaynor of New York s a pedestrian lie received a complaint of d iI rT VcAV f Winchester Lumber and Manufacturing Co cars11lcOur neighboring court of Powell- is not rich but it has money in its treasury Two dollars and eightytwo cents as per official report in the Clay City Times It is reported that congressmen of both patties are staying away from Washington to keep from going on record Xo use gentlemen The peo ple are watching you After all is said and done pool or no pool there is a universal law of trade that supply and demand regu fates prices whether it be tobacco or any other product Now we are to have the hobble parasol Wonder if this means that the women in place of punching us in the face with their parasols are going to hobble ourfeet The most useful person in our community is the one Una t dont forge Call 95 and flG for firstclass good of all kinds in the grocery line L212ood2w E J BARNES NONOfRfUL REMEDY THATS WHAT IS SAID OF STOM ACH PRESCRIPTION GUAR ANTEED BY PHILLIPS Stephen Watts of LaiisiliagtMichi gar writes For over three years I suffered 1lttt shin atlllalnlo Hl iom stoltl ail dseae I liadti b helptBm inv r1 l mIo wOl ny njy a an alsora dizzy headache I doctored and used every remedy that 1 heardof but it remained for nONA to curt ne eiilirclY + Bft1ri Itliiileitseii thret JboxtJSmy appetite and digestiye1r beacme allright It isiii won dcrfnlrenicd MffONA stomach tablets arc small and easy to swallow Tley stop the most painful stomach dis tress in five minutes They driver out soreness and gas and make the stom ach clean and sweet They are sold by Phillips under a positive guarantee to cure any east of backThey into people run down by indigestion Sold by Phillips and leading druggists ev ery where at 50 cents a large box A TALK TO THE BOYS My heart goes out after the boy Everybody is wondering what will lci come of him He has left the day school ho is not at all up in the studies of the school room he has none from the Sunday school and has almost or entirely forsaken the God to whom his mother prayed that lie totmake a man a m ti whom men would delight to honor a cure enough man yes a man among men Boys let me tell you of two boys whom we will supnose lived on a farm well surrounded with all the ncccssu ties of life on a farm where boys ought to be happy plenty of lusci ii ofemirfclisome play a loving father to in struct and to care for their weir re n loving kindhearted mother to fondly caress them a mother to whom they could go after the days toil and tell her all and bury their sorrows in her loving bosom to be kissed and ressed by the best friend a boy ever had or ever will have on earth Boys couldnt you stay at such a home Wouldnt you stay at suh n nut let us reckon that one dayilley whirlnJlomelf Does it not look reasonable that those two boys would be happy anti just delighted to stay at ii rme1 of Vanity Fair saw fast young men smokedtperhaps their first cijjarct cilciM also the saloon and took the first glass of wine became acquailed with fast young men found out vhii was a t1lUlcil thing drowsed ID U the wet endof a eigaret What was the result Home load no more charm for one of those b Mothers ways are loo old fashioned oldJt r r 1H i i 1 WEVE BEEN DISCOVERED selling firstclass lumbar at isocondr class prices We iplttalh guilty and propose to kcnp ou doing it wihenever possible Thats our plan to make this the most jwipular place in town for discriminating buyers If you are a judge of quality in lumber you are the one we faint to see and you ought to scc us bpnic I must move in better circles Inm resolved to be a man of fashion Ami the younger of the two goes to the father und demands Ifoe portion of goods that will fall to him I am going away Did you see mother look np1 Did you see the arrow that pierced her heart Listen at father t say Son Mother and are getting old now oiir locks are turning gray and we had hoped in our old age to himImoney kisses mother goodbye shakes hands with the father and is gone Mother with a heart almost broken cheeks wet with tears watches him go A conscience within him causes him to look back to the old home und mother waves a fond goodbye Look at her bowed down with grief Re turning from the hallway to her fa vorite room she sits down and looking back over her years she see that boy in childhood She can most hear his childish prattle Tins is the first night the boy is away from home without mothers knowledge of his whereabouts SJie is thinking of him Father is there the other boy is there too But the younger the baby Help her poet Where my wandering boy tonight Let us turn to the boy Isee gawky country fellow dressed up witha crowd around hint a crowd educated in sin intemperance and vice and all this poor boy knows how to do is to foot the bills Look at him Feasting at thin best hotel in the city Hear the clicking of the glasses nil at his expense ITe is the chief nut at the dance the center of attraction at all the hay festivals lint the fool awl his money soon part Thn ho tclkcepor presents his board bill for earring bill and barroom bilKf Tlfe young luau with nervous hand writes n cheek The host sends it to the hank It is returned1 writ ten zeros the back No Funds The hoardinghouse keeper confis cates his clothes his jewelry Not n friend in all the gnyiftiiowd io come i hisrcsHucI1e ibyluiuuself inn- They are peeping at luau from the win ddlil They tore SnVirigV Alh1 ha toM yon so Wharmust Iledol rTunrryiind almost uitketitlft a friend Vitliifr reach miles ftlil father and mother- Hark a farmer has a jobone of the lowest meanest jobs that a heat lemon could do lie hires out to reef hogs With board and lodging No he must sleep with or near the hog j and must eat the husks From a loving home and mother to the Gay City from there to the hog pen Just as low as he could gut But this poverty is a blessing ITe came to himself when he caught up with the hog pen A boy willnot do rightcannot do right until he comes to hintsclf The thought of home mad mother and father came to him and he said I will vise and go home I will fall on fathers neck II will confess my wrongs mid I will take the place ofa servant Big reduction on nil framed anrt unframed pictures during this month Winchester Paint Wall Papci Company 1210tf Let Us Find That Leak It takes a skilled plumber to find some leaks Dont waste your tinge and energy looking for it Witu out else inspection we can find the leak for you Thats what omcsor experience and the faculty of knowing how Anti ice dont charge you anymore rOleour experience either Theres the 1111 dealingLwith its Sam Thos Boone 29 West Broadway tt r J YOUNG MEN WANTED Government Pays Railway Mail Clerks JSOQ tq 140 a YearFree Scholarships Are tfffered Uncle Sam holds examinations foi railway mail elci ksjpostoflice clerk r canicrrfeustrtin htiti5e shin dcpaltImental clerks Prepare at the coming examinationsIThousands of appointments arc to be made Common school education is all you need city and coriitiy peo 11rit0iiniment A3S Kochcstcr N Y PURE XMAS CANDIES can be had at Mrs Chas ft Wests confectionery 11278tcod Administrators Notice All persons having claims of any 3Irs7111icenotified to present same to me on or before the 1st clay of January All claims must be fully proven fl31 required by law W H GARNER Tues Admr C T A f NOtiCE I will not pay any bills charged to me witlfoutan order from me K 11 1alhott1132rv Sec TCqysJ f Boone before buying your feed We handle the bet n town 12fif 12jf a i IILl rrJ 11cs14c s VicePresident R Clark County National Bank n Efitabtlshorl 1OKS Accounts of Merchants Farmers and Traders SolJcltel 0CollelllCn Made on Points Capital aria ISuiplu 35000000 IRON MOUNDI Mrs Mnnda Sons is on the sick list Mr Edward Brookshire made a business trip to Lexington one day last week Mr and Mrs J T Stone and two daughters Josie 1J and Minnie were pleasant guests of Mr Mack Sons and family Sunday Mr W M Hawkins was in Irvjue on business Wednesday Warden and Elmer Stone were the pleasant guests of Shclbyville and Dewey Gaius Tuesday night Mrs Grassie Davis was the guest of Mrs V R Combs Wednesday and Thursday Miss Nancy and Sadie Sons Bertha Lee and Sherman Palmer Archie and Elmer Sons Slaclby ruins and Philip Priehett were the guests of Messrs Tempie Alice Snllte and Warden Stone Thursday nightIGENEROUS OFFER OF- McCORD PHILLIPS Popular Shoe Firth Will Give Away Absolutely Free About 75 Pairsof Shoes On Monday morning from the hours of S to 1030 the popular shoe giveIof childrens shoes ranging in size from the 7 12 to 2s The shoes will be given away as long as they last to the poor children of the city who call at the store ac companied by parent or guardian BANKRUPT SALE Mr R IT Brookshire auctioneer Tuesday morning conducted the sale of the bankrupt stock of Mr Frank Ilensley The stock was sold to Mr Ollic Olul raliri Christmas See the line of pictures at the Winchester Paint Wall Pa Do you want something tasty for per Company 1210tf driU r i WINCHESTERS LEADING DRY GOODS STORE l Here In Time For Xmas yt t i tI t l i r t lt iiACompletestockofFursArriyedyesa terday from the Celebrated Miller Factory A REMARKABLE ASSORTMENT OF t I- g MOST UNUSUAL ALUE z m I t 5 a Buying Furs like diamondsisexcept ton e the few expertsa matter W of confidence The fur business here is day after day reaching a volume z z almost double the records of last yearmThese twofacts considered together are significant I They show that the people know they can depend on furs in the Cur ry store to be exactly what they seem They show that after comparison the preference for siyles and for values is wisely igiven to CURRY DRY GOODS CO Furs make Ideal Xmas Presents Make your selections ROW from furs you know are correct in Style Workmanship Quality snd Price 11 WE ARE SATISFIED WITH SMALL PROFITS HEROISM OFu J fRlfrS S f Prevented Escape of Many Prisoners After Father Had Been Dealt Mur rierotjs Blew TwistingYftrthe look vpon thin inside door with an iron ToHY pwlne11hucl1Jcelrl wf one of the cell bet1 POlIWI1I cling Sheriff Yau Guii ten went to lock the piisnnors nlforI the gig it Spencer Stevens Charles Collins Win Evans and Herman Herder made their escape from the Sunday night urlBergen anti Evans were recaptured shortly afterward while Collins and elevens arc still at liberty Collins who is charged with burg lary and larceny dealth Van Gun ten a murderous blow with a short iron rod and led Ire rush for the door The sheriffs tao sons carat Jo his rescue and the youngest a boy prispnersfromempty rifle Ten prisoners were con lined in the jail and all are believed to be implicated in the plot pcnitentiarykill and wad to have been taken away Monday The other three who made their escape are charged with burg lary and larceny Evans is but a lad of 17 He and Collins who goes by the name of Kent Sherlock also were sentenced to tote Mansfield re formatory for an indefinite period Saturday Van Giuiten was painful ly injured OFtQUART OF BLOOD From Veins of Son to Mother Prob ably Saved Her Life Hopes for Speedy Recover- yPIIILAlELPIIIA Dee 20TJI successful transfusion of a blood from the veins of a son to thuIIl his mother in the Howard Saturday is expected to tin speedy recovery of the latter who was suffering from anaemia The patient is Mrs Cierc Xercaurr the mother of six children who was admitted to the hospital about one sack agu tvfior laving laJ ssreiri uolcul hemorrhages She was so weak from the loss of blood and the impoverished condition of that which remained that the physicians had lit tIe hope of saving her life unless a t T quantity of pure rich blood could be injected into her veins- TwoofMiciPcinAsI ohildreli and lieu husband volunteered to supply the blood and after un examination of Iof thorn Tsado re 18 years old the eldest lof thcejuidrciiiwas selected nct11theremarkable wits 1I rlwQp r EVENINGS 1lcrehantsof Winchester will peep l111tilI Christmas REMEMBER You cant take chances on lns Incs cuts They must be of d uuhIble tjti lily Wt urc see flat your Xgis gins comeinom CU1MIY URY 21SltIt We handle all kinds ntnoalat reasonable prices Come If set us vbefore buying Hose Urtrne d5tL KEER1IO THE RIGHT e THEBEST is alone good enough for our customers We have been in this business in Winchester h for many years and have learned by experience many points in thecoal trade which make it Dossf for us to JIIanybodyels RED STAR can The quick burning big block long flame Red Ash Coalthe best domes tic fuelwe guarantee every load ROYSE 6 BOONE WIMMET Ky IM ftMK rt fi f f t fJr7 J 1i s q Idt PaS TNE CIICITER Wi urtrfrrlr NEIS r P I k- yoriMtMaMtI IfltIIEWS ett rJtolpornted I111 irtk JIIiii street Wi dw KwtucKy rSig DIiIrExctft JKwUy tereaas secondclass matter tier 2S 1D08 nt the postofilc Winchester Kentucky under the oil March 31979- fhII MMMS 91 Rt11tGIIPT1 NltATES one year 4Y Mail 300 Months 150 One Month t 25 Payable in Advance t i I ADVEiTISIWS RATES I DitfcPtf Inch I c I any eiitioa j 12 nrij titgMwithut one week 50- x00Otis t ttiutw Jly I 0 JaU1Io eoptinnouslyiaon Por + jMCs a week I Font tw time sa week St 3 Fear w two try s a week 1 I Four we Tw one dine a Week 75 HMMMi NetfeieFer Mne I BmiMM ces type7f irt iHntws he ing15tJ Tire coatwuous insertions of stUnt tem at d able the onetime rate Clil3 Pit Ward I One insertion any edition L TrM iiiuns c4iitinnanslY 2- 1I ek additional instionS dPIo ar inOft cpntinuously 10 4 1Tit ing counted Tess than 10 words LNo il ehax d pn hooks fo Ieea than 25 cents I THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGH APt EitTISING BY THE t J OFFICESw otrJ BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES T JIEi1iWe areso prone ldaccejjti what wewethink of the years of toil that I Imay have been spent in perfecting a I Wmi 1 FmA hlite ht S i Wf YGG NY 2 EochesteiifIjhI1 ITAIpears he trot a mac ino il1apaydoh Vll sfuf tregf agItfe began byesperimenti g with Steam as a method pf propulsion but antiIolhrngehts He investigated en Il 1nes i4 be operated by ammonin gas by bisulphide of carbon and oth Lerliqnid fuels In 1875 he built and operated an engine that was driven by a mixture of laughing gas and kerosene This taactiine was a fail ure Hemoved slowly after this often lll 1t akin 8li e0cvrdltgni1diredtion Ytoften l Iialtedseeming f insurmountable- dilliLlilliii During 187g lie reached tile tfn nclusioathat roan rq como lour viould be achieved only by an inte n al combustion engine of the comps sibn iye using liquid fuel At lust iT tires on the right Toad In 1877 he had conquered either allipismain problems The time had come to biil thy engine In1878 the first engine test was made Finally one never to be for gotten dayall was made ready for the 1I test the ignition flame was lighted life flywheel given a spin Theta was o Sharp explosion then increasingly rapid explpsjons The engln TIhe granting of the patifrttWUs Slowed ol by long and costly litigation 6uttlti3titen was finally sustained t irt 1In t vialreardaftsr waitiP n t a tofc25fitWf bV thq royalty on au tomqbileS manufactured under the ellt SeldfR in Tlt Jicft millionaire Yentprsj Boraetiiing which is a rarity Ma rule it is generally some one other than ffie illy ehtor who reaps there wards a patent It is rather dif il ijicult to eistimhte just how much btnaey lade den paid in rpyalties but there arP now 85 a tomobilo menu z jfaoturers paying royalty to Mr Sel dens 1jwn ff l8ir qayi1ortot NeyY k n jf 1J ved rr n1 wt ti4t itfit fr i 4- Ii Wirfchesier Lumber and Manufacturing Co tlmnntownll is not rich but it has money in its treasury Two dollars and eightytwo cents as per official report in the Clay City Times t Tt is reported that congressmen of both parties are staying away from Washington to keep from going on record No use gentlemen The people are watching you After all is said and done pool or no pool there is a universal law ofI trade that supply and demand regulates prices whether it be tobacco or any other product Now we are to have the hobble parasol Wonder if this means that the women in place of punching us in the face with their parasols are going tofliobble one tfect ThVmost useful person in our community is the one it dont for get Call 95 and 06 for firstclass good of all kinds in the grocery line l212eod2v E J BARNES omiRtEtLREMEDY THATS WHAT IS SAID OF STOMACH PRESCRIPTION GUAR ANTEED gy PHILLIPS Stephen Mitts pfiI1atiMnk Michi gan For over three years I suffered marl pain and amio nee Tom tom l 1fisea jctltI ha it helpm mJ rgstie mJ dud won IISllIgAoreljvus and fermt4ttir als a dizzy headache I doctored and used every remedy that 1 heard of but it remained for MIONA to curf quo eirceltfvre IIhl1lIDfeilth ret- oJDmgt1y Ppeti tehnndwiiire Jilix is beac it aHviMit It won caulremedy isln11 H iMHONA stomach tn arc small and easy to swallow 7 Tlfcy stop the most painful stomach diS tress in five minutes They drive put soreness and gas and make the stomach clean andsweet They are sold by Phillips under tl positive guarantee to cure any cast of ihdigestoin or money back They put vigor and vitality into people run down by indigestion Sold by Phillips and leading druggists ev erywhere at 50 cents a larger box A TALK TO THE BOYS My heart goes out after the boy Everybody is wondering what will become ort hint He has left the day school ha is not at all up in the hagliudiesN s gone from the Sunday schooland almost or entirely forsaken the God tpwhom his mother prayed that lie might k togmakeher boy a manly man a ll whom men would delight to honor a cure enough many yes p man among menBoys let me tell you of two boys whom we will suppose lived on a farm well surrounded with all the necess l ries of life on a farm where boys pught to be happy plenty of lucilh fruit arising with the lark full of mirbhsome play a loving father to in struct and to care for their weifrje a loving kindhearted mother to fondly caress theme a mother tp whom they could go after the days toll and tell her all and bury their sorrows iu her loving bosom to be kissed anJ caressed by the best friend a boy ever had or ever will have on earth Boys couldnt you stay at ouch a home Wouldnt you stay at sash But let us reckon that one day they jvent to the city and entered the whirl igme4 Does it not look reasonable that those two boys would be happy and just delighted to stray at ii lne7 of Vanity Fair saw fiat young men And maidens in the wihrl smoked perhaps their first cigaret ell i1also the saloon and took the first glass of wine became acquailedi with fast young men found out vliit1 was p ilitdea thing dre3ed uet t the wet end of a cigaret What was fte result Hanie jiad no more charms for one of Motfevwnytt are top oltl fashion ed t t isnt life nouhatthe old t i MS j t 4 iN 4 l iJifj1 c It stur r S1i WEVE KEN MteYEJICD ellig firstclan fluhibeitt Aicotid clasfc prices tW e jpjejidrjguilty and pjFopoAO tokeopon doing it ujhenevej possible Thats our plan to make this the most popular place in town for discriminating buyers If you are a judge or quality in lumber yon are the one we want to see and yau ought to see us t V J move ia hotter circles Tam resolved to be a man of fashion end the younger of thettrobroes to father and demands uae portion goods that will fall to him I milt going away Did you see mother lopk up 1 Did you see the arrow that pierced her heartY Listen at say Son Mother andl are gettingI old now onf locks are turning and we had hoped in our old lean on your arm They implore him to remain But n6 he gathers up hie belongings takes his wallet of money lasses mother goodbye shakes hands with the father and is gone Mother with a heart almost broken cheeks wet with teats Watches hire gg 4 conscience within him causes him to look back to the old home and mother waves a fond goodbye Look at her bowed down with grief Ro turning from the lhallway to her favorite room she sits down and look lug back over her years she sees that boy in childhood She can al most hear his childish prattle This is the first night the boy is away front home without mothers knowledge of his whereabouts SJie is thinking of hon Father is there the other boy is there too But the younger the baby Help her poet Where i my Wandering boy tonight Let us turn to the boy Isee a wwky country fe lot dressed up with a crowd around him a crowd educated in sin intemperance and vice and all this poor boy knows how to do is to foot the bills Look at him Feasting at the best hotel in the city Hear the clicking of the glasseshll at his expense He is the chief man at the dance the center of attraction at all the say festivals But the fool ajul his money spoil part Tho lio telkecpor presents leis board bill for carriage bill and bnrroorr IuUgfrie young man wiffii nervous check The hot sends it lo the hank It is returnolt itteu across the back No Funds The hoardingbouse kcepsr confis cates his clothes Tiis jewelry Not ieltd in all the gargisse + lIQ come io lrLcrescuem11eiyliyhilnsclfonly The are peeping atliiuTTrbm the win 1Ht1lieyttloariaAh hit toM von so WhfirmTtst he do rrlWitJrl llltNalmb t ilk kedi1ill Kieim ftliifr rdfi61i miles froib fatlirt and mother lark a farmer has a jjob one of the lowest meanest jobs thaia gentleman could do He Tiiros but to feed hogs With board and lodging No he must sleep with or near the Siogs und innst cat the husks From a loving home and mother to the Oaf City from there to the ling pen Just as low as he could gel But this poverty is a blessing He came to himself when he caught up with the hog pen A boy will not do right cannot do right until he comes to himself The thought of home and mother and father came to lam and he said I will arise mid go Ijpine I will fall oh fathers neck 1 will confess may prongs rod I will take the Wince of a servant Big reduction pn oH framed ante n framed pictures luring this month Winchester Paint Wall Papei Company 1210tf Let Us Find That Leak It takes a skilled plumber to iud some Leaks Dont waste your t tic und energy looking for it Wild Sn chase inspection we can find the leak for you Thats what comesof ex pe knowingttin e el ge you any tnorce fur our experience either Theres the advantage of dealing with us A Sam fc Thos Boons 21 west Br IY rrt jit1r 31 rJr 4f I tIr i J f r Jjfj r f YttOT HEN WAHTEf rrAtitllV ftt Vii tiUwt i- ICkltaM t1M 2 YfarFree SciwIirsWjis Are Fred rJIlttcleSii J1 holds exnegations fOl rain a ninl clerks ostofice clerk r Htfiopoln hblitfe gild depart mental clerks Prepare at once for the coming examinations Thousands of appointment are to be madeV bmmon school education is all you need city and countily ppo ple have equal chance Start to pre pare notv frce information Fret scholarships this month Write im jnedia ely ibCcn Sloot Dupart mcnt jt3 Rochester N Y v i PURE XMAS CANDIES n be had at Mrs Chas R Wests confeciiinery 1278teo- dAdministrators Notice All persons having claims of any l ticenotified to present same to me on 01j l1jIW H GARNER T uesm1C T A t JI NOTICE II wiil nofcpay any bills charged fto Inc tvitliput in lrTalbott12132w Qllyipgyonrtown 12ftfr 12ar- D L FtAPTON F I tAItI48 Ckir- s It o nrcn VicePresident Ant Clark County National BankFst- ttlhhed i ii r JOBS Accounts of Merchants Farmers and Trailers Solicited Cotef i Made oa All Points IIj ifiCI 1 tat atirSii14111 ti 535000000 IRON MOUND Mrs Man da Sons is on the sick list Mr Edward Brookshirc made a business jtnp to Lexington one day last week Mr and Mrs J T Stone and two daughters Josie B and Minnie were pleasant guests of Mr Mack Sons und familySunday Mr WaI Hawkins vas iil Injne on business Wednesday Warden and Elmer Stone were tile pleasant guests of ShelbyviHe rtud Dewey Gains Tuesdaynight Mrs was guest of Mrs V Bt Combs Wednesday and Thursday Miss N Qcland Sadie Sons Bertha Lee Palmer Archie and Elmer Sons Shelby Gains and Philip Prichett were the guests of Messrs Temple Alice Sallte and Wardep Stpne Thursday night J l GENEROUS OFFER OF f aMcCORD PHILLIPS Ii Popular Shoe Firth Will Give Away Absolutely Free About 75 Pjilrsof Shoes On Monday morning from the hours of S to 1030 the popuhirVhoe firm of JJcCord Phillips will give away absolutely free about 75 pairs of childrens shoes ranging in size from the 7 12 to 2s Tug shoes will be given away as long as they last to Uho poor children of the city who call at the store ac companicd by parent or guardian BANKRUPTS EI Mr R II Brookshire auctioneer Tuesday morning cbniijiqicd the sale of the blnklwt sb14J5 f1 Frank Hensley The stoc yas sold to Mr Ollie Young for 01t Christmas ScQ the line of picturcp at the Winshester Sanit Wall PiiX Do y4u ant spmethins ta per Cpmjiaijv d4 tlfp QVt g c d P WINCHESTER LEAOMQ y OOOO STOltE 7t 1 4tIp i f m r w t In rs r Here ThTIIIIC For Xmas= J J j r c j 4Hht i tt rJ tIi t Aill 4 i 1HN A Complete Stock of Furs Arrived Yesterday from the Celebrated Miller FactoryV I Ii I t litt I srA REMARKABLE ASSORTMENT OF f I ffSTq JUUALtA4U t J Ij 1t f eo r Buying Furs like diamondsTisrexcept toethe few expertsTa matter o w of confidence The fur business here is day after day reaching a volume z 1 fabn tdoublethe records of last yearr to These twofacts considered together are significant I They show that the people know they can depend on furs in the Cur comparisonheIt fVr1 t ai ft t r t ift 5j i CUY DRY G bODS CQ Furs make Ideal Xmas Presents V Make your selections now from furs you knov ate correct in Style Workmanship Quality snd Price i L WE ARE sAtisFjEciiwitH sMAtil PROFITS HEROISM OFt rSON4IIf Prevented Escape ot Many PrisotfP After Father Had Been Dealt Mur derous BlCW f TL1 0 Dee 2 Tiviln rtc the look upon the inside door with an ilml roll whiclrj hud becivtt portion ocrpowfelinwent to J9 ekfthe pnsniiovs uporrube nigbt Spencer SlcVcns Charles Collins Win Evans and Herman Berger made their escape from the county jail Sunday night t Berger and Evans were horfly afterward while recaptuledI Stevens are still at 1iheit Collins who IS charged with burglary anti larceny dealth Van Gun 4en a murderous blow with a short ttdoor The sheriffs two sons cant to his rescue and the youngest a boy 9r 151stcmpld the other prispners ng Qut of the door vilh an empty rifle Ten prisoners were 0911 fined in the jail and all are believed jo be implicate iii the plot penlteutialykmand was to have been taken away Monday The other three who made their escape are charged with burg lary and larceny Evans is but a lad of 17 He and Collins who goes by the name of Kent Sherlock also Here sentenced to fee Mansfield re formatory for an indefinite period Saturday Van Giujten was painfully injured TRANSFUSION UF QUARTOF BLOOD From Veins of Son to Mother Prob ably Saved Her Life Ropes for Speedy Recovery PHILADELPHIA Dec 20rThe Successful transfusion of a quart of blood from the veins of a son to those of his mother in the Howard hospital Saturday is expected to accomplish the speedy rpcqyery of the latter Vvho was suffering from anapraia The patient Is Mrs Cierc Nercaijor the mother of six children who was tidmittcd to the hospital about one Veck ago after laving hind several violent hemorrhages Sjie was so wcnk from the lo pt blood and the impoverished condllidnJ f that which Spmained that thaphysJqians Se hope of saving her H e ad1it1 Jf l t quantity of pure rith blood could be injected into her veins 71t totifilie4Olils children find llor husband volunteered to supply the blood and after an examination of allof them IatlOlelS years old the- ilc8dJ selectedotrcngthcuetllthe hCIttmutkablc 1ev f Ii t Christmas REMEMBER You cant take chances on XJias pres cats They must bcofc lendable- I titT WiJIn seer at your t J PItYfWe handle all kinds nfli coal at reasonable prices Come vVtibefore buying Hoyso Boone r P KiEP THE RIGHT THEI3EST is alone good enough foj our customers We have been in this business in Winchester for many years and have learned by experience many points in thecoal trade which t make it possible for us to erve U 1ter tjieaper and mpre satisfactory anybodyelse iii MARTIN COAL SUPPLY thanI r RED STAR VVr = Tht quick burn ng big block long flame Red Ash Coalthe best domes tic fuel we guarantee vcQIoad ROYSE SBOONE ItIIIchlllEt Jf I i J r 1 f FrF o a J i J t i J 4J i Ul Mit II 107E r u 1fZ IItt KEUP c WAKE U rt THE TIME IS AT HAND 3 J 1 f j Ilftttift1iL 91J If you expect to secure your Christmas Pres rt1ft esr rI ents Early and give the Clerks a restor it you PI d ti r 7 il want the pick of Our Holiday Goods you Must 1 f j Call Immediately i i TAILORED SUITS 1 We have sPlendid Values in our Tailored SuitsI They are all now going at Greatly Reduced Prices Gome also and See our Fine Assortment of js rJ DCYlrAN iL fi PI LAACo p f C r foFWaists Phoenix Mufflers and other accessories nj u have complete all of 1 Merchandise Silks Wool Goods which 1 see before buying elsewhere i iUI IL jjtIHllihhlIJ tfJIJH tlItru 1a ItlfrHt iilII 3nJi ir1jlTU6iH a 9ftvi IIlIifJI snRGa IIrf utl lrJ JI SfIt tw JI tI11 Jrlft UIIE IJi 1IIl HT EtG 7IiKI7i- J I IE Ji1i fJIJ OrlqU It Ii ra tWedding Announcement nll1 4 ounce the marriage of their dnugh Frankie J Joseph Alexander Bush Wednesday Dec 28ut the residence of the bride near Rucker Ville No cards but friends ahd rela tives invited Exchange and Lunch The ludies of the new Centnxl Bap tist church will have an exchange in the Opera House block Friday and Saturday next before Christmas Pr efers will te taken for cakes winch vill b4 i d1ly t Chrlstraas Enter limcht IMiss Carrie Lyon Lyon will have OhnstitinistTeo at the Buckeye school EverYIhodybruij cash douatiCiis for the benolit of lhe Ghi5ron Homc of Louisvilli Former Citizens The penfcfal Methodist Advocate SCOltlllflrmcrRev G HCJlqcrsOlt D D wlio was transferred from tdl Memphis cionferenae aiJts recent session lo- tnS orHtMisMssippiconfefence has i t2i i WATCH 1 FOR OUR jL Big Xma- ts Ad l i J MS d dbaf gaiMaO t buy U ntiL ou r1 se 11 fs w tjwaiti g kfor C ttMacNenl hers t f Both PholJes 40 1J bcqJtsttlirlUcdi111IICdlumbll Il Shanltlt ye 1tct1Qrg nig 11 1 di1000 tmetnbcru UlHl lllu JoiJi prOtnihyyiJt tLUrchcs In fenfor ence V Rov Goo H1 Means who wits transferred from tho Louisville the Xortli Alabama conference was pointcd last week Albertsville Sta fmdIconference he and his family have been visiting with Mr F Downing of Lander Memorial church Louis ville Rev W F Taylor D D mem ber of the Kentucky conference but who is still unable because of SQL vcre ease of rheumatism tortal j charge of the regular work has gone Florida spend the winter His address is Miami FIn care Hotel FANCY SCARFS See our Fine Line of Messaline and Crepe de Chene Fancy Scarfs Also a Fine Line of Plain and Fancy Pocket Books in Leather and lliator Skin il1 1 f 1tIJEItn Ij flt i u Jt Ails GOodLlne ft SrrIloJ pib t0 a On 10 aaoiJ1 i i e Du o it ISSi emitnao jttf aT4ur nm Brass Jardinieres etc l 1 We a line of kinds Season vo able and H you should = lHilutj ififTOjIII1lHlftrlH H2JHJHJSiO- At3fiOi 1 IT If Ullff Ij I L I rfl n I 3r to I nII a HI i r t c 11 f o h nt to p to J a to to r f I 1 Biscayno The first day fis b In fjri tdrlo pleacnon hThconfel cs nn 00O60y9t IIe h ls toiftK other year to able to r ume his plate In illY oln tonfereilce Millers Meeting Tlhe Central Kentucky Millers as sociation was in session at Lisxmg ton Thursday There was little im portant business transited at the meeting Several mutters of interest to the millers were discussed how ever one of the most important being the use of iraiform packages for tho products of the different mills that are members of the assodationf Thq session QlodGtT ith ami che nfa the PhoGnitC hotel 91 MaUnpUi Q1ciil IIi tv oluijor J J Adams wtto has been u t u lI t t 1 k tI f l mct rr 8biU for i I tbristmas footw ar k and 1Rotions t J 11 J tk- k j e i k bo0riix1I 1l r 9 L I k q I k r 4 Kf ttrjC iIJ J2 i Jtf j 1 t Ilurtii 111C g Qllfpr rpc jm is wita IjWWljq i1I1GqpflJo ilulJfn tca s ffi1 Ul nd the past week John B Mitchell visited his mother Mrs Malvina Moore at North Mid dletoin the past week The Sunday school of the First Baptist church will have a Christmas tree at the pnuch on Friday night Dee 23- Mrs N P Gay mid children arc with relatives in Madison county Mr Nalhan F01d yhqis attending the medical department fthe Uni versity of Louisville will return home Thursday to spend Christina with his parents Mr ahdMrs M Farfi Mr C T Hudson Cliifton Mo has ariiVed to spend Christinas with his sisters Mrs A F Vivon and Mrs J F Bads The Kaidolf club will give its an nual NewYears dance at the Audi torium on Monday evening Jan 2 Mis Maude Craig finished flier school at the Sudduth school house the past week and left for her home in Pulaski county S D Goff was in Cincinnati severat days the past week on business for the Hagan Gas Engine Co Mrs Thos Quisenberry and pretty twins arc guests of Mr Wm Rion Sr and family Paris Kentuckian Mrs Thps Burns of vnoxville Tenn is the guest of her aunt Mrs Calmcs A CHRISTMAS PRESENT for the old or young is a box of Low neys candy or a basket of fruit front Mrs Chas R Wests confec tionery 1278teod GIVE YOUR MONEY A CHANCE TO BUY FULL VALUEi12203t CURRY DRY GOODS CO FITZPATRICKTIPTON A marriage license was issued Tuesday morning to lIrJ R Jitzi patrick and Miss Emma Tipton both Clark county 10f PICTURES FRAMED Afc your own price this week M D ROYSE Hensley Stand 12203t vl s BScRII FOR THE Es8 g1 Ji t i c PICTURES Fn p Dt Abyoiui own price this tfcekr IIlID ROYSE Hensley S andI 12 031 Complete stock of new furs re ceived today from factory Latest styles guaranteed quality best of values CURRY DRY GOODS CO it The Price of Riches If I knew a miser who gave up every kind of comfortable living all the pleasure of doing good to others all the esteem of his fellow citizens and the joys of benevolent friendship for the sake of accumulating wealth Iorman said you pay too much fonitour whistle Benjamin Franklinij 1 Z IJJII womenhito lea1l1 lo operate power sewing machines in a sHUe1 to bo located in this city ilNice clean work 300 per week guaranteed Operators after becoming experi enced can make from 900 fo 1600 per week Please1 apply in persQn or send your name age and street address to Lewis R Hamp ton Secretary of the Winchester Commercial club Fifth floor Mc Eldowney building Winchester Ky Go to Royse Boone an l get a load f the Red Star coal the bet jn town 12 5 if tSlCIRoxpk BQ9oc11 Qo buying HWHfc h rid1l best lOfO Itotf i4lffl v f DayiiCome to See Us at Night gggfl SS For your convenience our store will f be open every evening this week until 1030 Our full fore will be present to extend the courtesy of th6 store We will be pleased to show you the most complete and satisfac tory line of cut glass tipVelties fit goods souvenir spoons and fewvtWinchester KIu IiWe have something to suiteyery member of ydur family and allofryeur friends ft Ir Remember Our Present to Y 1iTr Q H Bowenr 1 t JEWELER OPTICIAN 1f iJt h tf II r pJJt ff 1rI j i1f i Wr1 7t c l t rJ z y p tti J1w st 8 lJw h i J I i + Jt 1 j Yic I THtKCHESTEC i i 1 tS c Jf 4 r v s t w d p 01 ills That rt t I- U r v- or ForgottenoIlr 1t 1 14t 1 i r iiJ Furniture Ss Ieful And Ornamental IIT surprise the family on Christmas morning Vfitha useful i gift And if Yoj n whor4il i jMver im the Mitt beenYil paanV n eW and novel tiifigS to chofs from took wMdiesver wiy you will the a ii 4tttfactive gUt suggestion that I nFtha ink va n wr iJl 4ris V flie desire anateneve i ct l tlit ufc1 rtaiiIj of what to give yff Come when stocks are at their best whenyou can take plenty of time in select J L iEgi Come before thuiymd bustle of last hpus shopping niafees JL buylgi alflsk fJ jj r for and 7 you us fr ratafoo J till iiiENRy H HALLr ttr FURNIT RE UNDERTAKING2 t I I L Iffe1I3JA1OI I11nchesterKentuy 1I1Illf l kr u h at 1 =I u t y l Citizens NationaLit Bank I Prii tip Capitl100OOCJ SiirpiuilSltlOO 2t i fa f I Jcnf BUSniES I 2 OJma yNOOH 3311 We Will give you courtegtis treatment land attend promptly id carefully to h U business entrusted to us JrP 6 Cashier1Fj Seen about that insurance yet Its a bad policy to put it off better have its write you a policy iu one of Our companies every one of which is ofa substantial excellent character Xmas fires will soon commence the Xmas Tree fires etc Take the hint and permit iisto ins sure you against lire loss iBtrothers Insurari e Agency Fraternity Bldg Phone 185 OUR CHRSITMASDELIVERY Of laundry work will be especially prompt You can rely on us to have your things done wheu promised Bot if possible send them earlylOin laundering is always most popular when people like to look particularly nice as at Chirstmas So get on order in early wliilq we can still promise it our attention Wihtl1esterl dndrv Co s oil 4o L t 1 WE ARE SOLE AG3EifTS FOR Mftnjer s French Chocolates and Bon Bon Just received a fresh supply direct frcm the factory iCltolc CIGARS ia holiday packages 1bo up 1 Also mice line of FREHCH BRIAR aidL MEERSCHAUM PIPES BOwn PrttQ lPhann eyChas A Hosey Ph Gj Proprietor j Ac Bead The News-fc lC1L iS fe A 1 j t T i o rJ 5 J tl a FAMOUS ELIXIR t Johnny and E113 Galyfai anti theiiij big BellBoy musical omcdy corn p uYillpJient a reaelrtoirli of the cOl lCS kf eVinebester pek fiIi3uae BJgmmffgItiDl stlhr evening Dee 22 Each production is guaranteed by thelPufc Fudge laws to contain no reQftttr fehfeh 5JcH joke microbe I I know whp you are but you dont know vjho J anibaccile or this is no place for a lady selfre spectlestioying microbe They are Johnny Galvins concoctions of five per cent humor one per cent nonsense 15 per cent cleverness and 79 per cent intoxicants describes in the patfiolog logical treatise of Dr YouCantM IlcLangh nsPurc Fun has been bot tled by Jas A Galvin and can be ad for the asking at the Winchester opera house One de of this lhirthe for mula is plainly stampednn the out- Side of each bottle = is1 guaranteed to turn the silver lining of the darkest loud After two doses you will write an eulogy on your nwtherin law Jas diSClaimSjany Each bottle jowevber contains three dosesTo properly intrqducc this latest elixir to the masseS the sole mann fnc turers and owners will commencing Thursday Dec 22 at the Winchcs cr opera house give n testimonial in Inch a number wellknown actor nllactrcsscslhcadedb Johnny and themselves in i fashion tp recorameuji constant use Ifthis panacea P S infants old men ladies whr ire no longer YOUli whopUiesnt keep track pf the score and Tronic grohches are cordially in jTheOl e musical productions Each is a laO show but be presenter to Winchester theatergoers for th e nopular priers ot25c 35c and 50c Seats on sale at Strodes drug store WAHT D Fifty girls mid Womeh to learn to operate pWer sewing belloeaweekly X300 per week guaranteed Operators aCter becoming QxperU eitcedcan raakq from to 1000 per week Please apply tu persnn or send your name are and street address to Lewis R Hampton Secretary of life Winclustcr rcElcloney Rei Sttr oat I thij best o1l ketsold by Rose k Baef rJ l ii When no time occurs in the day And at evening you feel in the way storeSeeAt Bon JSiInt they aU say c lrFiIrrOORfi GAYS aeysleouJCOUt erson day Garrard Laricaster 4th Monday Grant Williamstcwn 2nd Monday Jessamine Nicnolasville 3rd Monday MondaytJ Mondayhiason itondayMontgday Iffiholas Carlisle 2nd Monday Owen Oweiiton 4th Monday MpndavsPowell Scott Georgetown 3rd Monday Shelby Shelbyville 2nd Monday Woodford Versailles 4tb Andav McidayBourbon 3tyle bjvrTile 3d Monday Bc thiqJ jicksbn 4th lton Clark Winchester 4th Monday Estill Irvine 3rd Monday Fayette Lexington 2nd Monday Flemintr yiemingsburg 4th Monday Franklin Frankfort 1st Monday Harrison Cynthiana 4th Monday THE AUDITORIUM IeIContinuous performance daily from 330 to 430 and from 7 to lO p m Music by Miss Fel illustf ated songs by Mr Fred Dakin New pictures and new songs every day ADMISSION 5 Cents See E J Barnes for your Xmas candies and nuts 12i2eod2w buyingItown 125tf Specinlrues on pictures daring ecember NallaPaper omri Real Aid Tide eiri5li Jtwhichcan be liven to afcy rto to help trim to helpCilia 1A i 1j J Ioijr1oictufes all kinds of coal Ml rent z e Qe to c ul befot5 st ytg Rspe Bouffcl 125tfIj IDletmove Impediments to cure and when It does it is far better than medicine Exercis acts aj a downright sUm mat to the skin and the other cleans ing organs Hence your fox hunter is enabled to eat and drink considerably more than your philosopher So you cannot pursue lifoi buslness as you can afoot nr afoslng 0When in treed of PLUMBING TINNING jJ All Kinds of Repairing Work Gas Mantles Globes Chandeliers etc sea LUCIEN WILSON MaplekJ OPERA HOUSE diJohnny and EHa Galvin Presenting a series of New York Musical Coined SuccessesI including A Bell Boy The Man QuestionA- ND Zira From Turk- ey25PEOPLE25 Special COfoot carload beautiful scenery gorgeous costumes wonder fnl mechanicaleffects dazzling dec tric effects EVERY Girl aBeautyII Each bill is up to a standards of any 150 musical comedy but will tc presented here at Popular prices 25C 3Sc aiwl SOc ittf1MvM = eat StnNfjJ Drag Stare N Internals of Ocean fe hound nrelovervarious kinds The boiler tubes if p jjnd vfluld stretch abou- tJe1IIlllesJ h nser tubes aye r tx entyfiVe wie iondensers pump up moVethan fifty thousand tons of water a day and the furnaces con- SUme about million cubic feet a14perhour r No fewer th separate pieces of are used in shipJHis PcnatcIIa So you are in love eh Sneered the firS smoker Wen a woman ts only a woman rut a good cigar is a smoke My girl Is of rather a pan tella shape responded the secon smoker That is what attracted m to her n the first place Louisville CourierJournal Espe i ll iBfgger Than Himself William Barnes Jr has Joined the Little Brothers of the Grouch He says K6 hatesa bets r n rj REVIVING HIS OLD ORCfIftD WAnderful Results sf Preptr HagrtHInf of Aged Apple Trees In chwHtta- L t t IDostonJ Stearns Wyman bier had Co In orcharding hicJLi will interest growers of fruits Mr Wymans home is in Winchester apple trees some of them Milt a hundred years old have bloomeiiaa4 j fruited on his grounds without mttea U9n until last year when be tiy busy with a view In mind of tryinjcf to make the old trees grow bigger and better fruit + Large apples were produced by a tree which the owner bellevedVto be the most wretchedlooking one ins Winchester It was a down a tdout growth very old hopelessly decrepit and all In as a producer whoa Mr t Wyman began revival work nftHe cleaned out the hollow trunk filled the void with cement removed all loose bark on trunk and cut away dead branches and covered the cut places with a preparation to xHebut that was whit tLe f needed and very early last spring ife bloomed in a glory of Sladness that surprised some of the neighbor who rwere quite sure that Mr Wyman had been too severe in his revival work No fertilizers were used As the weeks rolled their courses the old apple tree seemed to get into the gayety of tho sunshine and the breezes Bees and humming birds quested sweetness Mn the hearts of its blossoms robins and finches and bluebirds flittered through its foliage and early in the summer nest baby apples as big as horse chestnuts fore told to air Wyman the autUDltcom ing bfbig frtilti f p 1iMEN FIRSt TOWEAR JEWELS J AntiqueStones rInstitute I origInatorsthat women merely copied the adorn 1 ment from men who gradually ceased using them as decorations seethe prov- en by the J Pierpont Morgan Catalogue of famous jewels and work ot rart now in possession of tha Chicago Art Institute The Institute received thcatalogue the other day it Is II second pr1ntddand is r prhr IN ulatiori- only rt1PQt flu eh 5000 to co jhe IrThe jewels turedln he iloguei which are In Mr Morgans private col lection reach back through oiy to times when written records did not affalrj3MThe and decorations and the inscriptions on their face Indicate that men wore them A the Jewels grow Moro recent fn tS tlft mo More IdenU lied with what Is femin i1nd f- liestfin YorAby women rjjgflst exclu j y The known history of each of thav Jewels printed near the reproduce 21iinches nsotthe FdzeRegard The dentists We was having same paper hanging done and anxious to spur the paper hangar oh to his best efforts she said Now It will be worth your while to make a nice job of tills for if Im satisfied I91Ill well Ill set the ftodbiio pull a r t o ui tt fi f gr 2T r use u The Most Sensible Christmas Gift You can give your hus aISuit or an Overcoat He willsurely appreciate it and not only will it give him pleasure on Christmas day but will7 make him happy all the time that he is wearing it We have splendid line of Mens and Boys Presto t Qyercoats from 500 to 1500ro t 41so a fine Hue of Boys Suiis from J M150 to 500 t It will tfeto your interest to visit our store before buying elsewhere jky i q t if Harris Friedman4 r t it a t3 b14 Main Street Winchester Ky t 37n Ti TE T i c l h LrTII1jh toc cC THEWIVHUT1UEV I J She Badge of 11inesty1 lion every wrapper of Doctor Pierces Golden Medical Discov cry because a full list of ingredients composing it is printed there JprovenIcure of up f rundown system as no other tonic can in which alcohol is useL The active medicinal of native roots such as Golden- Seal and Queens root Bloodroots L V and Black Cherrybaik ire extracted and preserved by use chemically pure tripler fined glycerine Send to Dr R V Pierce t Buffalo N Y for free booklet which quotes extracts from 11recognized medical authorities such as Bartholow Kmo1Scudder Coe Ellingwood and a host of others showing that these roots can be dependedupon j for their curative action in all weak states of the stomach accom liverPantfir complaints and In wasting IS i fleshand gradual running down of the strength andsystem 11L The Golden Medical Discovery makes rich pure blood and r so invigorates and regulates the stomach liver and bowels and through them the whole system Titus all skin affections blotches pimples and eruptions as wlS as scrofulous swellings and oldopennnin sores or ulcers ape cured and healed In treating old running sores or ulcers it is well to insure their healing to aPl1Y to them Dr Pierces AllHealing Salve If your druggist dont happen to have Salve in stock send fifty cents in postage stamps to r V Pierce Invalids Hotel and Sur gical Institute Buffalo N Yand a large box of the U AllHealing Salve u will reach IYou by return post You cant afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this nonalcoholic medicine OF KNOWN COMPOSITION not even though the urgent dealer may thereby make a little bigger profit Though he offers the substitute for a less price you cant afford to experiment with your health Go where they give you what you slt foi without argument it stomach liver and bowels invigorateSugarcoated 71Pt i gl tffc Ttffings1J pw rIS HERE FOR CHR I STMAS f GIYDNGIS Ic bUt alldt it tnriv dJhT nfl 1J1 wFCT sf I 143 11 99W SV 161 aolJqlT8r lo toat JC r eD oa zag viSlt tO OrUst rewil PrOV itQUr la t Modern Hardware Store offersdfl0 iJ I appropriatefor i15 I Baking Dishes Coffee Percolators IS Pocket and Table Cutlery Ir Razors and Razor Straps ISoni6 thittgforboy or girl man or womanI IS 15 f SIWont You Call and let Suggestions Help Y llIROCHESTER WARE SPECIALS IS Baking Dishes J250 to6Q0- Waiters 50 to 350 151 0 ICake Baskets 200 to 400 Coffee Pots 85 to 250 lai iUSEFUL GIFTS Ic Washing Machine 350 to 1000 CarvIng Knives 150 to 800 Irs Knives and Forks5tfc to 12 Per Set ifrableA Malleable Goal Range or a Buck Gas RaDg ill heart of the home delights the whole family 15tht Ltl fli l 11 COME TODAY WHILE THE STOCK IS COMPLETE ii L f Lt t 1 t f 15 GRUBBS BENTON CORNER BROADWAX and IMtAIM 1b JIFiIi K JMWWWRmTO Kf ar- i led Slat coal is the be f on ibi Go to Roysc Boone and get the vciybcst feed m the i Marke hold by Rpyse Boon foy 1of ite Red Star coals thetis OJWchavCome to see us bofcre buy a L 125tf ist v J2 5 tf t ii i tZ js f f b 1 q y l r 4C1 XCTTWQ 2IE 1TK iEls Little None c cer Store rrv n Pro ctoP and Customer Out lTroy N T E r Bouchard a grocer Cohobad aajp citlaff time with a siFrann of Vc A Jiii store llr Bduchata lad onh aOpoundl of honey aa3 was attrilcted to the continualIbHe wai3 greatly surprfsed to se the gtreat aim flitting aloitI honey i tbeknn for fewdi tiutet etched i1PYc fl mod dtU though a I W rearWien to drive the bees away they retaliated and succeeded not onlydriving bjjjtck tho grocer but In g customers out as well The ferocer was obliged to resort to a smokinG process to drive out his unwelcomevisitors and after they had gone he found that all but one or twoof his boxes of honey remained untouched ITho bees had evidently been work time and were buzzing their approval at the completion of the Job when the grocers attention was at traatedrd First Aerial Stowaway BerlinA workman of the name of Hase has achieved the distinction ot becoming the worlds first stowaway on an airship Impelled by a longing t6 experience flight through the air Hase crept un der a tarpaulin covering the benzin- etankof the Parseval VI which as cended here bound for Ken f He i crawled out in the coursesofthe- voyagqapd Apologize or r J it- 11enc e sill kUhkSkir ink fWest Springfield Mass Tom Har per a trapper stopped here on his way to New York with a canoe load of skunk ekins Harper says he receives big prices for the skinsin NewYork wheroJtlfey are treated and sold as the finest minkBusiness is so good that Harper haa hired three trapperaT to work Ibr htni The AncIent of a Future Day People arc always talking of the study of the ancients yet what does this mean but apply yourself tc the actual world and seek to express it since this is what the ancients did e hoetbu11 N r l PiCTWICt FtAMED JAttslU JtP t1 K c 112203tWe have the very best feed ou ilu market Come to fee us b lug 125tti fIndeedo determine h nut hOW free wv arIbut vent kind 6 t csfeatures we are s r or small im ortnc to any of cb thq1w g et liberty Mil of the reatest we deserve it 1Vbetbet- ye can win it fate must determine ut that wg will be tvortby1 of it Wt nay ourselves determine and the orrowfulest fate of all that we can utter is to have it without deserving t Ruskin DRINK t More Than Wet SHOPPERS ATTENTION The swellest Christmas tLisgs ever brought to Winchester at MRS ELLA W HAGGARDS 1212tf Cqital uN- UndiedProhts 1ItlV oI itlSNI THE Winchester Bank =UI fgWIK Cfe ESTER IIY f NH WIT ERSOON President W R SPHAR Cashier ti adIr SOLICITS YOUR- ACCOUNTS i PURE CANDIES FOR XMAS RIWestsfireworks a specialty 127 8teodi wn rr www su soaa avs eaaw rn q- nt3l tt HH ttHUtlllntJj ltttrti HII Sacrifice SIt1w = Ij lilJt rtBD odi 10 j 2i wlIeffI rtl I1JjJ hbiJIJoHl Iu I = rUaoU rl r 9 1 mOO u ltpl iIJ ul jflllt1JJtIfi Ji williI Jl X y naS p rQl e nl1r vSlOel iif rranK Henslej on North Main street and is offering it at Sacrifice Prices Iin Every department is complete Ihe stock being new andupfQ date The store will be open t6 customers beginningr W d i j3f sday Dec i 2e1f IO I t t J tt t t C Ji tP1as buyers wiH do well to inspect ttfe display of fin Qiefibsware Chinaware gweater Goats Under wear ToyiSand innumerable otherv l A ii t tar t Pi ytulrt ft HighGrade Articles i 1f it J P t4 J p 1 J i Pictures tti will be framedat praeticall Y yiitirQwn pI ice Uvduringti Dont fail to take advantage of this j Rare u pijrtnnily 7 J L x1i 3 0 a j2 Ah j yi1 0 yy I0 t CLASSIFIED ADV RTITS 1MItIertic a wiri fir sirtlM ids a word pr piattt t MrfnserUMNothlnt tastrtri flSu AM ton tI fh strro JE c Handsome twostory rcv tV10 rooms all modern Wuvi iies and outbuildings bikt Un Price 40 per moulh Modern residence of 7 rooms furnished Has bath gas etc This U your clituicQ to start to feoustt eep ing for 30 Price DO por month We liavo n n nib r of sma eot tuges for rent froub1 porinottlli up Office In McQdowney Buefe home Phtrw 728 EsstOTcM 2g 2FORbanm filsFreet close to Iliekmtm Jsohoo- lwiiaiiig Mrs Geo D Fosjjllorae phone59i East Tcnn rnhij bm 1 =183t STRAYEDTo my place o Iron Works pike four mUGS from Win chester a small heifer Owner can have same by proving property and paying charges J T CROUCH 12lT3t SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN Cor any magazine or newspaper publishedlClubbiug offers aiyspec ialty uuthFern Tanatier manager postonicc box 454 0 K phone 341 Winchester Kyi 11 tf FOR SALE narnoss sadilloi bug gy robes horse blankets hoffio eol- fet l W 7 E Broadway jkl3Aino COinlmyFIRE JNSURANfi PEKOLETON RUSH BUSH Atternays at Uw- 5tk Floor McEldovmey Buliciiivx Winchester Ky LEWIS R HAMPTON Attorney at Law dice 5th Floor MdStduwtiey lluiidii Special Attention to Collections Winchester Kj r I Sm N =s lAUornT at Lofc IrcaIn St WJncHfistcr Ky nORTHAND l Stand rd PJiono rapljy the short est legible shorthand fjaugifc by a course of individualsspnbthe jest method of teaching known J C Gary 234 S Uishland rct Home phone 737 l WINCHESTER ROLLER MilLS The shiest and best inflation in RollerIbest made Kerr White Pearl Hoar erfcctiourni LediiJt8tkMa mzrn es IX AND WEEK LTPAP hS SUBSCRIBE Pd W If yon Have not your old subscription do it tlcnCid Jy so as to lose no numbers I can meet any price any agency Call or write for my new rata gne WALLER BEAN OM Siaiitf lv j Ai t 1 C2 J1 I lji1J Ir b- yair c c t o J t i1 tt f t j ii1 a t Il E tZ 7 twhww F w rri Twaj CO l1 z 1tM I f 0c ai h i d rV1 r l4- t Ltl Ii 1h M r i f iI lIere Your Christmas Store With The Unusualo P out iIChtfflasPrice f You Get The ProM t RE UP AGAINST IT THIS YEAR just as eVery merchant who bought heavily on Winter f JLGoods and Christmas Goods is feup against itwJiicknieans that thousands of dollarwQrth ofrl Good New Merchandise of our usual high qUa Ity remains unsold and Chrl a we away SM IJ HWeve had lots of business this Fall but no itear what we anticipated t we would ofTiadifthe crop and weather conditions had been right Were not stung were not going VoSW 0WHY I because we are going to turn the stuff loose and were not going to offer a lot of calamity bowls while we t are doing it either well be smiling as usual We feel that the people of Winchester and Clark County know and appreciate the service and merchandise which this store has to offer and that our customers know that our prices are far below those of similarstores and now while you read this and until Jan i uary 1st 1911 the prices have been dropped WHY 2 To sell the merchandise that we have instead of keeping it until next Winter Read the prices and remember them Youll find everything as quotedfDont stay away because someone somewhere has fooled you with a sale well treat you like we Inrt fire q f yop4nt bWge it askjzpur neighbor or come in and see I I The Sale Starts the Minute You Get Here aiid I I I CLOSES 10dA fi JJAHX I 1911 I r1 j j fAll JMtenstQO Work Gloves65cr 75c Grade at 45c 50c Grade ate25e Grade atm 18c We nave about 200 pairs of Mens and Boys Gloves and Mittens Ww 2m Mens u vf Woxk Shuts aUsize3 au cs re vtoxSOc values only 3Sc Metfs Heavy Fleece Idned Underwear WKtiUft at J f5c MMs CiO Qwauxo Pants 225 M aOO ro Pat r5- tju aOO Pat iiS4- G4Y 00 i1 roJ ants 100 M A too 1A Pat 75 tts ctk1 mitts At CST We be11eveyoutllap gijcclate this site as ow ChTisimts Present j ytii Yfiewelcon- ie4rae avntage ol the saving and have ttie Savings l i It ii r l h i1 i t t 1 I o o Jp 125 Comforts X100 100 Comforts r i f 85 500 AllWool Blankets in granr f for per paIrh r 3i25 s 50c Sus endersuprrf3 G 25 c sus enaers v rfpj i- I 80 About 300 pairs to s i rii1ibmf TPT 75 pairs of Boys Qidd Pau J j to SKQQ value for 35c TAw BOYS SUITS AT WST r200 Mens Fine Dress Shirts the regular 100 grade go now at75c250 Mens 50c quality Dress Shirts go at 35c Mens 200 Sweaters u 125 Mens 150 Sweaters uirulOOi tQIlUeni Meht5r50 SweateISuuuuu3 rt Men s Hosiery all kinds and prices AT COST A J g line of Mens Ties 50c and 75c quality for 35c Trunks allS oiL I No 42 North Main St The ouse ofth Lowes Oash Prices I I t t L rI ilkP lf oI xL T 0 1wk tIt q Y r ii 0 2- r r Every r Pair j i fhoenA 11 ac U f lAG orrra 1fire T f t House attAT COST Everything is IReady the 1 Sale starts I OW- I tI1 f January 1st 1l st i J fo Ifj 1 t 0 k 1 f4 f JoIjJ i t tW v = I 110N oLi U nr 11 5i r IJIJllUH BllJllltJlLlln RIIIw 1 Heres Your Christmas Store With The Unusual j Christmas Prices You Get The ProfitS j r W4 Jl UP AGAINST IT THIS YEAR just as every merchant who bought heavily on Winterr WERE and Christmas Goods is up against it which means that thousands of dollars worth of r New Merchandise of our usual high quality remains unsold and Christmas a week away Weve had lots of business this Fall but no where near what we anticipated nor rhat would of Had if the crop and weather conditions had been right Were not stung were not goY tg torjuuWHY i because we are going to turn the stuff loose and were not going to offer a lot of calamity howls while we are doing it either well be smiling as usual We feel that the people of Winchester and Clark County know and appreciate the service and merchandise which this store has to offer and that our customers know that our prices are far below those of similar stores and notVwhile you read this and until Jan uary 1st 1911 the prices have been dropped WHY To sell the merchandise that we have insteadIof keeping it until next Winter Read the prices and remember them Youll find everything as quoted Dont stay away because someone somewhere has fooled you with a sale well treat you like we wouldtanttoJe re1Lt tJfYOJllQ t b lte e it ask dour neighbor or come in and see t The Sale Starts the Murate You Get Here and Jtt t n CLOSESJdAN LRY 1stX 1911rj v Mr0 T JI u nmnAll Mens 100 Work Gloves 65c 75c Grade at 45c 50c Grade at 35c 25c Grade at 13c We have about 200 pairs of Mens and Boys Gloves and Mittens I 200 Mens Hdavjr Work Shirts all sizes anpcojors regular50c values only 35c w l Mens Heavy Fleece Lined Underwear worth 100 go at 75c M 225eMens 250 Corduroy Pants 175 Mens 200 Corduroy Pants 150 Mens 150 Corduroy Pants 100 Mens 100 Corduroy Pants 75 200 pairs of Odd Pants AT COST We believe youll ap preciate this sale as our Christmas Preseni- rtvyou Youre welcome ftfriit Take advantageY of the saving and have f the Savings a t 125 Comforts 100 100 Comforts 85v 500 AllWool Blankets in gray for per pair t 325 i50c Suspenders a jtjr f 35cf25c Suspenders J Jf 1if 18c About 300 pairs to select from 75 pairs of Boys Odd Pants 50c to 100 value for 35c ALSO BOYS f SUITS AT GOST 200 Mens Fine Dress Shirts the regular 100 grade go now at 75c 250 Mens 50c quality Dress Shirts go at 35c Mens 200 Sweaters 125 Men s 150 SweatersJ 100 Men s 100 Sweaters j 65f- Mehte J 50 Sweaters 35 r Mens Hosiery all kinds and prices AT COST A 75cbquality for 35c Trunks at 15 off I No 42 North Main St The House of the Lowest Cash Prices I 1 1 r l iI Every Pair t fSho saA It Q 4 tl r o trry 1U T intne rt House AT COST f Everything is Ready the Sale star- tsNOW j and rgnsIto= jT r January lsf o CXtot P