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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t f A de 1 L 2 Ik l LAST EDITION S00SX3G THE WINCHESTER NEWS Rain or snow p rill rIten VOLUME 5 NO 56 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 21 1910 I CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK DEATH OF MRS ANNA SMITH Passes Away at Her Home on tHe Muddy Creek Pike of Consumn lion After Long Illness Mrs Anna Smith aged 45 years dhed at her residence on the Muddy Creek pike Wednesday morning after an illness of several months of con sumption Mrs Smith is survived by her hus band J C Smith and one son Mile1 G even She leaves three brothers Thos and Henry Green of Illinois and Warren Green of this county and three sisters Mrs Eliza Crim of thif county Mrs Nannie Bollard and Mrs Kate Tracey of Lexington The funeral services will be eon meted at the residence Thursday morning at 10 oclock by Elder J W Harding and the remains will b buried in the Henry Greening grave yard at Ruekerville MR JOHN W WALDEN IAD TO FINAL REST Services Are Held at His Residence on First Avenue Followed by Inv terment in Winchester Cemetery The funeral services of Mr Jobr Walden who died Tuesday morning following an illness of several month of paralysis were held a this resi deuce on First avenue at 10 oclocl Wednesday morning and were conducted by Rev X J Chandler am Elder JT Harding Following th services the bodywas taken to th Winchester cemetery for interment The following were pallbearers K F Fitdi P M Frazier Sam Tapp J A Harris Robert Harrison and T 0IWills ITALIANS GO TO JACKSON Fiftyfive Workmen Are Housed a Union Station Enroute to Jacksor to Work on Extension Fiftjfive Italians bound for Jackson to work on the extension arrived here Tuesday night from Chicago and Cincinnati and left Wed nesday morning over the L E rail road for that place They were housed in the waiting room at tin Union Station while in this city HUNTING TRIP Mr B D Goff left Wednesday bengone several days hunting pheas ants Upon his return from Elliott county Mr Goff will go to Florida foi a several weeks hunt CARD TO GROWERS OF BURLEY TOBACCO General Meeting Will Be Held in Lex ington on Jan 5 and Delegates From Counties Will Attend KTo the Tobacco Growers of Kentucky West Virginia Ohio In diana and Missouri A meeting of tobacco growers who have not been affiliating with the Burley Tobacco society held at Lex ington Ky Dec 19 1910 declared for an independent organization of growers for the purpose ofsecuring fair prices for their tobacco At this meeting it was determined to call a more general meeting to be held at Lexington Jan 5 1911 at 1 oclock pm and the growers who have hitherto remained out of the pool are hereby called to meet at their respective county seats on Fri day Dec 30 1910 a t 1 oclock p m for the purpose oM electing delegates to attend the meeting in Lexington A Jan 5 1911 to form a organization of the permanentI pendent tobacco growers ley district herebyidelegates as to what action they shall take at the Lexington convention of z tr Jan 5 lOll The call is signed by Judge B F MillofHenry county chairman M II Froman of Carroll county and Hon June W Gayle of Owen county All growers who are willing to pool or cut out their 1911 crop as may be decided upon are invited to attend and participate in these county meetings FREE TICKETS TO AUDITORIUM Are To Be Distributed to Children of the City in Addition to the Christ mas Presents Bloomficld Ratliff managers of the llimielmestcr Auditorium have sent to Miss Sue Peddicord secretary oJ the Associated Charities tickets fO tllof the poor children and then mothers to whom the Santa Clan committee will send Christmas foi the mowing picture show on Tuesday Dec 27 These tickets will be dis tributed at the same time that the Santa Clans committee sends out iU packages on Saturday Tiid all holding such ticl afternoonI idmitted free at the Tuesday afternoon This is a most generous act on the part of Messrs Bloomfield RatlifT and is highly appreciated not only by the Associated Charities but the little ones who will thus psosiblv have an opportunity of seeing a picture show for the first time in their lives The people of the town are certainly trying to arrange a happy Christ mas this year for the poor SANTA CLAUSHAS Associated Charities Committee h Preparing to Assist Him to Pleasi the Children Santa Clans has arrived at the As sociated Charities room and it would do anyones heart good to go there gad see the preparations which are being made for the little folks of the city candies nuts oranges ap ples bananas toys and all kinds oi Christmas goodies Tire committee hada long tabh placed in the room and the packages are being arranged so that they can be sent out to the homes on Satur day afternoon and thus enable the mothers to have the little ones hang up their stockings Saturday night when instead of waking up Sunday morning with the stockings empty old Santa will have arrived and filled them to overflowing with all the goodies that can be found anywhere- All who are interested in this Christmas work are cordially invited to come to the Associated Charties room on Saturday to see the manner in which the committee handles this large distribution There will be over 180 children supplied and UK distribution will go off just like clock work The finance committee reports that money is coming in very slowly but the purchasing committee is nol standing back on this as they fel confident that the good people of this city will supply the money and that the lack of funds will simply be a dc lay ofa few lays They know thai he people will furnish the money and Limey ogre determined that the children hall have Santa Claus This method of distributing Santa Claus presents will give more gen uine pleasure on Christmas morning than the thousands of dollars which will be spent in the homes of the rich AUDITORIUM Two Splendid pictures will be shown at the Auditorium Wednesday Selig presents Hal Reid in one of the great sensational dramas entitled Human Hearts which is well known from coast to coast Biograph will furnish a good comedy picture en tied When Were in Our Teens Mr Dakiu will be heard in a new song IS ACQUITTED Fred Chambers who was tried in time Clark circuit court Wednesday morning on a charge of seduction was acquitted by the jury that tried the case 4c BEAUTIFUL LITTLE CHRISTMAS POEM Makes Deep Impression on Readers and Is Reproduced on Cards De mand Is Great There have been so many favorable comments on The Little Window vYishers which the Santa Claus committee of the Associated Charities Had published in the paper this week that they decided to have the little poem publishedon a card The poem has now been printed on one sand cards und every home thouI city should have one The demand has been so great that they may have to duplicate the order but all who wish one of these cards can as long as they last obtain same by calling on Miss Sue Peddicord secretary of the Associated Chari ties in time Fraternity building WHISKEY RATE WAR- ATTRACTS ATTENTION M Gulfoile of Paris and Rev John son of London Lay in a Large Supply The whisky rate war in Winches ter is attracting attention in adjoin ng counties and as far south as LondonMr M Gulfoile of Paris came here for the purpose of laying in a supply but could not wait until he ot out of the city to drink it and Officer Boone found him in such a onditiorithat it was necessary for aim tai find lodging at the Mullins houseV Ross Johnson of London laid in ar1lnrgesupply aim dwheu begot to the depot he sampled one of time quarts and before he knew it Of ficer Strode had him on his way to time MulUns house Wednesday morning Ju asbsessed Johnson Witha fine of 10 vhich he readily paid and went hack lo his home on the 10 oclock L N train with enough to enjoy a good Christmas 1rBLOOMINGDALE 1I Jj rd ai- 1r Tom R eebrIiWs feH11Iflcih this plnce to 1Vi1ichestcathVMr Fielding Adams has moved to the place vacated by him Mr TJT Rahiey and wife and five children visited at the home of Mr James Abner Saturday night and Sunday Aunt Nancy Adams who has been WbBurgher fdr time last nnonth returned to her home Sunday Mr Wm Wilson had a fine mare to get badly crippled last Thursday by Lee Gambol is visiting Mrs R N Martin this week Miss Stella Burton is on an extended visit with relatives near ParisMiss Stella Gamboe and Miss Allie Rison arc on the sick list Mr Reuben Greet and family moved into our midst Sunday Born Dec 10 to Mr and Mrs Miller Bradley a daughter Nannie B and to Mr and Mrs James Patrick a son Cecil Hunter I SPECIAL NOTICE 1 TO ADVERTISERS AND PATRONS IN ORDER TO GIVE OUR EMPLOYEES A HALF HOLI DAY THE FORMS OF THE NEWS WILL BE CLOSED SATURDAY DEC 24 AT II OCLOCK A M ADVERTIS ING MATTER FOR SATUR DAYS EDITION SHOULD BE HANDED IN NOT LATER THAN FRIDAY AFTER NOONII Mrs M E Gamboe and little son Clydeand danghteiyMiss Stella yis ited at the home of Mrs Jozie Thurs dayMrs Ida Adams and three children were the pleasant guests of Mr John Gambocs family Sunday George Allen Abner is at Lexington working as a carpenter Mrs Ed Gamboe and little son vis ited the formers mother Saturday night and Sunday JACKSON FERRY Born Dec 14 to Mr pod Mrs Watson Shearer a fine boy Misses Katie Jordan and Lillie Willcox spent Sunday with Mrs J D Baber Mr J D Baber sold some shoats to MtAWjHisJjracy at 6 34c a lht rl wifeandchilr drcn Iwqre lijujguests of the forme rs parents Saturday night Millie and Lena Gravctt were guests of Loula and Patsy Woosley last Thursday night David Christopher spent las Thursday night with Rodney Woosley Nancy Willcox and sister Lillie vis ited Minnie and Annie Shearer Wed nesday night GO TO BARNES On Thursday Dec 22 and get a b jautiful souvenir with every 100 ciishj purchase while they lastLfONE- D A ONDY E j BARNES 1t GOTOBARNcS On Thursday Dec 22 and get a beautiful souvenir with every JjJlOt cash purchase while they last ONE DAY 0TLIyE J BARNES ILL OF LA G IPPEIMr IT C Prewitt Peoples State bank is confined to his home on South Boone street with la grippe All cards in doll contest to receive credit must be here by p m Dec 23 CURRY DRY GOODS CO 12212t Christmas shonoers should not miss seeing the beautiful line of toys of every kind at the Hensley old stand before buyina at your own price M D ROYSE 12213t ALL TRAFFIC IS BLOCKADED Three Thousand Persons Are Impris oned in the Tubes Under the Hud son NEW YORK Dec 2LTlmre thousand persons were imprisoned in the tubes under the Hudson rive- and 60000 more were held at c Jersey stations when the electric cur rent in time Hudson river was cut off luring the rush hour Monday morn jingoFire in the Jersey City powei house put the boilers out of commission and the dynamos stopped bus when the demands on the power plant were the greatest As a result 100 000 commuters were obliged to turn to the ferries which were crowded- to their capacity When it was found that the dyna mos could not be put into operation for several ihonrs guards were sent out to the terminals and trolley transfer points to warn incoming crowds of the tieup and tell them to take the ferries and word was telephoned to the outlying stations on both sides of the river to admit no more pas sengers It was nearly 930 before service was resumed J CIRCUIT COURT The Clark circuit court was in os siou again Wednesday morning The first case to be called was that of the Commonwealth vs Fred Chambers on a charge of scdncton This con consumed the entire morning MISS COUZINS TAKES OFFENSE At Words of Craimman Lloyd Wh3 Said She Was Aaed and In firm o emo fUAuunittUfcjchats the pf d l uetlmeyrnayreviscm riff up Svard downward QI sideways out they cannot walk with impunity upon the rights of Miss Phoebe Couzius Because Chairman Lloydof the Democratic congressional committee it is claimed failed to pay Miss Couz ins for political services and worst of all because in declining her aid he explained that she was aged infimishe says she is going to sue him for umsteen thousand dollars as ljoul11sI soon er but for a provision by which congressmen in Washington arc made exempt from service while attending to their public duties Dr Conzins she is an LL Das wellas one of the countrys foremost women politicians said Monday night I will see Mr Lloyd during the session of congress and find out what he intends to do If he declines to compensate me for my trouble in pre paring for the campaign last fall I will sue for severa Ithousand dollars He says 1 am aged and infirm I think A Christmas Present I REMEMBER that the News needs your Money if you have nott paidup Come in on CourtsDay next and give us a Christmas Present by paying up for a yearIZ i lFL i t iit rt Iam still able to convince him tha I ctin go on the warpath Yes warpath 1she repeated D you think any man can hire me tc make speeches and then break hi contract by simply saying Iam agei and infirm That is what comes of changing politics she added Until recently I was an insurgent Republican as m3 father was before me Recently tin tariff caused me to become a Demo crag MOUTH OF FOURMILE 1Mr Merrett Brownes baby is quit illm Mrs Ben Jones who has been sick for several weeks is getting along quite nicely Born Dec 12 to lf1alia Mrs Walzie Shearer a fine boy timetrsbClay Wilcox at Mt Sterling who is quite low with tuberculosis Mr Lawrence Epperson of near Winchester spent Sunday with Miss Dolly Christopher- Mr and Mrs D IT Morguson spent Monday in Winchester with Wallace Hucklc and family Messrs Raymond Wilcox and Win Paraido are visiting in Lexington this weekMr and Mrs G M Mitchell and two children visited Mr B Aorton and family in Winchester Satur day and Sunday Mr and Mrs Tom Schooler of near Flanagan visited her mother Mrs Geo Broson from un til IolHlayIMessrs Geo Sewcll Tnck Bush Jim Ramsey and Stonewall Parido have gone to Lexington this week with their tobacco Mr John Thompson moved Monday to time Haggard farm and Mr P Hucklc will move into the house va cated b1r Thompson- Mr D H Morgnson went to Lex ington the past week to visit Mr and Mrs Fred Morgnson Mrs Vivon of Indian Fields is spending a week with her daughter Mrs Belle Mayberry Miss Burdeaux Ferguson will give an entertainment and Christmas tree at her school on Friday evening GRAND JURY TO MEET THURSDAY The grand jury will meet again Thursday morning and will endeavor to finish its work Many matters which it has been investigating vii be finished and indictments probably returned Christmas Exchange The ladies of the Central Baptist church will have in exchange on Fri day and Saturday of this week Noon day luncheon will be served Saturday The ladies will also serve courtday dinner in the Opera Irons block on Monday Time demands for our Calendar have been so great that we have beer compelled to duplicate last year orders three times We still hawse sons left for all who will call for then JOUKTTS INSURANCE AGENCY 205 McEIdowncy Building A Natural Presumption When Ednas mother wished the little girl many harpy returns of the day on the morning or her fifth birth day the child said thoughtfully Im five years old today and now spose Ill just keep on being fiver and fiver and fiver every day till Im six TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS The first of the new year is approaching and every merchant needs money The News is no exception to the rule It has a large amount of money due on the rural routes and by mail Every subscriber that is de linquent will find the date to which he has paid up on the margin of the pa per It is hard for this office to reach you but it is mighty easy for you to drop in while in town on a Saturday or some other day and give us a few dollars Kindly 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 rulings no daily paper can be sent throuoh the mails at the regular 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 out pocket also by naming in right away and paying up wlXMas1Miss ty is visiting in Winchester Mrs J N Powell mid daughter Miss Marietta have returned from a visit in Lexington Miss Fannie Curry teacher will have at Christmas tree and entertain ment at the Flynn school house Friday afternoon MARKETS CIIICAGO Dec 20W11CUt XII ono expects anything but a narrow market unless bull leaders who have enmorous lines showing big losses decide to either reduce their holding or do enough additional buying to force the shorts to cover on a tem porary advance It is not likely there will be any effort to sell any part of the line at this time as the market willlnot tllkVttltnlcs there is a large de nn IuhInoted yesterday t Wo primary move ment is heavy The milling demand is slack The situation is heavy except as relieved by confirmation of adverse crpp conditions caused by drouth CornAn active local leader in com cowered a line of nearly a mil lion bushels yesterday just when the news was most bearish This is time explanation given for only ti fraction al break in failures while the cash market wasspfm one fijt and an enorhious acsm ltf t y 040 cars Leaving all other features out of time calculation the filet that Iowa and Illinois together have about 100000 000 bushels of corn more than last year is a decided bear argument be cause the bulkof corn for this market comes from these states The fact remains that futures remain decidedly stubborn and it may be they nee getting support from the people who are obliged to hold the market at its present level For the present we would limit selling orders to the swells 20Hogs re ceipts 230001reiV tcq pyc4ivjf100 bclmdyear ago 27000 head opened steady mixed 7 3077ci goo 7 507 70 rough 7 507rn light 7 307 75 Cattle and sheep strongCINCINNATI Dec 20Cutlic receipts 2K5 head steady slow to good shippers 4 75G 20 Hogs receipts 4233 head 510c Iqwer butchers and shippers 7 757 80 find 5 757 7i3 Sheep receipts 123 head steadycQ3 65 Lambs stea ydat J3 755 90 See the beatiful line of chinaware at your own prices at Hensleys old stand before purchasing L2213t M D ROYSE Christmas shooners should not miss seeing the beautiful line of toys of every kind at the Hensley old stand before buying at your own price M D ROYSE 12213t Z r4iiJJI1 See the beatiful line of chinaware at your own prices at Hensleys old stand before purcasing 122131 M D ROYSE See Royse Boone before buying jyour feed We handle the best in town 125 if TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY ROOMS FOR RENTTo parties without children Mrs H C Bedford 135 College street 12213teod FOR SALEA nice Chiekering piano- in firstclass condilimur Apply to Venard Owen 12213t T KIs l Pr ir u u T 1ulaill1wa THE WI NC H ESTER NEWS = um U I THE WINCH STERS NIWIS An Independent Newspaper P 6Ished THE WINCHESTER NEWS CO Incorporated Office 109111 South Main Street Winchester Kentucky Daily Except Sunday Entered as secondclass matter November 28 1908 at the postoffice in Winchester Kentucky under the Act of March 3 1870IBoth Phones 91 SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Mail Daily one year 300 Six Months 150 One Month 25 Payable in Advance- ADVERTISING RATES One time DisplayPer any edition InehIThree times ftuiiroije One week continuously 100 One calendar mo continuously 300 Four weeks 4 times a week 240 Four weeks three time sa week 180 Four weeks two times a week 120 Fog weeks one time aweek 75 Reading NatiCeePer Line Business notices body type jvTVfcc Puro reading news heading 15c Three continuous insertions of same ftem at double the onetime rate Classified Per Word One insertion any edition lo Three insertions Lon nuously 2o Each three additiotial ins rtions1J2c One calendar mo continuously 10e Nothing counted less than 10 words No item charged on books for less than 25 cents THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN fi ADVERVISING BY THE 15 I GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO nRANCHCS IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES RECIPROCITY IOneG Blaine He missed being President by a narrow margin null and then only by the fool remarks of a preacher atr tfiiairmtetin New York fOle tgc ia tu1884tan if been nominated in 1892 he hlhad e been elected It was Mr Qnceived the idea of ro eiprtcityyiUl our neigrb ring coun tries Since the death of Mr Blaine but little has been done in the way of reciprocity Tile country with which we are mostclosely related is the Dominion of Canada We want closer relations with Canada and the feeling of Jhe Canadians is shown by the following taken from an exchange One thousand welltodo sturdy Candian farmers from the far west ern portion of the Dominion thronged the house of commons in Ottawa on Friday last demanding freer trade witht lie United States Their demand was emphasized as regards the abolition of duties upon agricultural implements and mac inerv Tod comply with their request means less revenue from various sources to the Canadian government but it means more successful and more profitable farming and more ex tended area of tilled lands It means more food produced for the world outside of the borders of the Dominion and increased foreign tradS and more flourishing conditions at home to the Dominions inhabit ants1 To the United States where so man manufacturing establishments employing hundreds of thousands jf persons fire engaged in outputting implements and machinery compliance vith the demands of the Canad ian farmers by the government would mean larger outputs larger sales and the employment of increased forces of workingmen ull the reply of the Premier Sir Wilfred Laurier to the petition of the farmers he very aptly said it would not be advisable for the Dominion parliament to attempt to legislate upon the subject at this time while negotiations are pending with the 1JIreciprocal tariff arrangementsWith England and the cast ern portion of the United States calling for freer trade with Canada and the western part of Canada calling for freer trade with us it should not be a question as to the result being a letting down of the tariff barriers plaped by both cpuntries v The United States and Canada t should enterintd the freest and most tween the two countries that due re reciprocalrelations as to frade be gard to government revenues will p erj WEVE BEEN DISCOVERED selling firstclass lumber at second lass prices We plead guilty and propose to keep on doing it wflieuever possible Thats our plan J to make this the lAst popular place in town for discriminating buyers If you are a judge of quality in lumber you are the one we want to see and you ought to see us Winchester Lumber and Manufacturing Co UNTIL v CHRISTMASOur Christmas and if prices will do it we intend to convert the biggest part into cash Now is your opportunity to get sure enough bargains with no strings attached Below are a few specials 3000 Leather Rockers for 2000 1500 Leather Rockers for 1200 10OO Leather Rockers fori 750 1250 Morris Chairs for 950 2250 Dining Tables for 16SO HENRY H HALLr FURNITURE UND WINCHESTER KY January Prices NOW- AT TODD BROTHERS- Big DepartmentStore We do not propose to take advantage of the Holiday rush and charge exorbitantly We give our patrons now the advantage of the prices which will prevail after the Holidays Suits Cloaks and Furs A few Caracal Cloaks worth 1750 go today at lO9r 18 and 20 Cloaks go at 119i A few childrens Fur Cloaks which are left worth 75Ogo at 498 Other Cloaks at your own pri- ceSuits About fifty suits left the latest styles and models at onehalf their former valve Comforts andBlankets 300 Blankets 5198- X125 Comforts 98c Dry Goods Notions Big line of Dry Goods Notions and all kinds of Christmas Goods CHEAP Furs Etc Muffs and Fur Sets at WHOLESALE PRICES A few doUs left at FAR BELOW COST Big line qf Shoes all leather at a saving to you of from 25c to SI OO per pair We carry the BALL BAND Rubbers the best that were ever made t Come to us for anything you want in the way of lolidav Goods We will give you better prices than ay other store in Winchester and will guarantee that you will be satisfied TODD BROTHERS 11 Spnth Main Winche ter Kyc L tr mite And such arrangement shoiilit be completed at th6 easiest possible day so thatpeqpleof both countries shall receive speedily the benefits re sulting from freer interchange of products NO INTEREST HERE Interviews Wednesday with tobac co growers of this county show that no interest is taken in the movement inaugurated at Lexington to pool the tobacco crop Their experience with the Burley society has made them suspicious and we doubt if any kind OLa pool canbe formed in Clark county It is a matter of common knowledge theft tlfel deldgsites from politicalconvention right kind of an argument rH The politicians or the Eastern states are consistent whether they be Democrats or Republicans They want free trade on raw material but are strong forprotection on the goods that they manufacture The shortest days of the year are the coldest and the longest days are the warmest and yet NO political con vention so far has adopted a resolu tion to change these conditions It is unfortunate that in Some cases a man must commit a murder r House Slippers Mens Kid Opera 150 and 200 Mens Kid Romeo 150 and 200 Womens Felt sev era colors 150 and 175 Childrens Red Felt 100 and 150 pontjiforget the Silk Ties 50c grade 3 for 100 CapsMufflers Ties in Xmas boxes 50c and 75c each Shoes and Gents Furnishings lrttWfiBttb 3r3SFai ut 5U u Hutsell Smith Patterson WalkOver Shoes all styles 350 and 400 Stetson Hats 350 to 500 I Fur Caps 250 Suit Cases 350 to 800 flWINCHESTERS LEADING DRY GOODS STORE CurryDry Goods Ck t Everybody is Coming To This Great Holiday Shopping Center The fact is undeniablethis is the popular Xmas it is is ih sauE berth van 20 be than the 20 per store the Shopping C IIolidayI crowds are fr proof wayand ofthe thatsI i4 xOurmeat Holiday mer irb chandisepriced reas 6 onably have struck H tHe chord of popu ar- alfavor Our exhaustive preparation and planning wasf not in vain We have made good We purchased the right goods and selling them tat the right prices Conte4let smooth your wrinkles ofperplex ity and you can go cheerfully on your way rejoic ing and richer in your purse than if you went elsewhereCURRY DRY GOODS CO WE ARESATISFIED WITH SMALL PROFITS before found out that life u IThe upper aner will lower lower berth cent our of are us 11Inuunced for a stato office SUBSCRIBE FOR T7ic NEWS L S r 60 dtulill to mu e i J r Thats the sentiment which goes clanging around the world to the tune of the CHRISTMAS CHIMES r You will not be backwardin showing the holiday spirit Perhaps you mays even choose to remenilier yourself If you care to compliment yourselfvery highly you could not do better than to get one of ourStei Bloch or Garson Meyer suits or overcoats Here are some attractive Christmas offerings Eclipse Shirts 100 and 150 Six pairs of Everwear Spx in a nice holiday box guaranteed for six months 150 Tie and Suspenders to match in Xmas box 50c f We have not the space to name all the man need things yve are s showing We invite your inspection c f ALLAN MURP8 b- rrcr i i j- irJ rL 4 4- r i 7 = THEWJNCHESTERNEWS f Jet is lr Fruit OakesMade by the best chefs of The Na tional Biscuit Co lilt Cakes 35cts 11lbt50 Packed in tin boxes OF In the py it A lbs by to save a 100 the is FANCY j While 3 for lOc 40c dOZ Extra 3 for lOc 40c King GOfl peck Extra 50c peck EttYa the best Ii1I 20c IB H Pres T L What You Have Been For BIG CHRISTMAS OFFERING IN GOOD THINGS EAT WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE LINE Xmas Candiescity having purchased TON 2000 childrens health buying impure candies few cents OVER DIFFERENT VARIETIES lOc to 40c per poundBuy early while selection complete WESTERN 1APPLESPearmain fancy Winesaps doz- Fancy Baldwins fancy Rugsetts Ileeklfancy Malign Grapes TmJthe majkpt CHENAULT IZ SELLERS VicePres- R BAKLR SecTreas Waiting MacNeill 6 Weathers TO Granulated Bananas Extra fancy Jumbo Baminas 20c dOZ Grape Fruit Large Florida Grape Fruit IOc3for 25c Oranges Florida Tanacrines or Kidglovc Oranges 3 for lOc 35C doz Florida OrangesWe were fortunate enough to obtain our oranges this year from Mr Vic Bloomfield being shipped direct to us from his grove at Daytonia Florida There is nothing m the market that can compare with this fruit for flavor We will cheerfully replace any bad oranges in a box 200 176 150 126 Sizes 25c to 40c per dozen3V 50 per box Nothing You Can Buy WiirDelight the riiildren More Than Fire Works We always carry the most complete line in the city of Roman Candles Firecrackers Skyrockets Torpedoes and many other Pyrotechnical Displays too numerous to mention j nun = L Elks oNo40r i The Of Main Street 4 I r fBF BUCKLEY V t Mgrs d DAN W SCOTT j The Central Kentucky Tobacco Warehouse Co Incorporated Both Phones 964I t Opp State University S Upper to Lime Lexington Kyi The Leading Warehouse In Lexington Having sold over 2000000 pounds since opening of season October 25 1910 Offers superior inducements to farmers of Central Kentucky to sell their tobacco in the largest best lighted and best equipped loose leaf tobacco ware house in the world 500000 square feet floor space 500000 pounds capacity of loose leaf tobacco per day Redrying plant of 75000 pounds per day Pri f vate track free to all railroads capacity 15 cars X loaded or unloaded under shelter Shelter for one hundred and fifty wagons stable room fcr300 horses Open day and We have sold an interest to the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Com pany who are represented byMtvB F Buckley of Bourbon County one of the mostexperienced tobacco warehousemen in the state Strict personal attention paid to the receiving grading assorting andselling of each individual crop whether loose or in hogsheads If necessary we can devote one head tobacco throughout the season Call and see us and be fully convinced where to sell your tobacco either loose leaf or in hogsheads t The Central Tobacco Co IncorporatedLexington Kentucky t J t t h Your Wife or Sweetheart Will Appreciate a Nice Box of Candy For a Xmas Present See our wonderful suggestions All sizos ranging from 70c to 500 Also Miss Holladays Famous Homemade Can boxes XmtlsiI GENLROUS OFFER OF N McCORD PHILLIPS Popular Shoe Firth Will Give Away Absolutely Free About 75 Pairs of Shoes On Monday morning from the hours of S to 1030 the popularshoe ginlwayof childrens shoes ranging in size from the 7 12 to 2sVThe shoes will bagivcn away as long as they last to Inc poor children lor the city who call at the store ac companied by parent or guardian Rig reduction on oil framed anti monhI lID 4jc ldev ICajhler R o VlcePruldenl Asst Cashle Clark County National Bank Established 18SS Accounts of Merchants Farmers and Traders Solicited Collections Made on Points Capital and Surplus 35000000 BANKS ON SURE THING NOW KingsNewSchingeck 647 Elm St Buffalo N Y They cured me qfchionic con stipation when all others failed Unequaled forBiliousnfes Jaundice 11It41arater Drug Company r or CRACK PER Ib or Cream Ib lb Mixed Ib OF FRUIT Makes ai acceptable An attractive Basket of Grapefruit ljOranges 0 Western Apple Figs 1 lb Dates and Jifc 1 A 1 lb Mixed tqIlNet tWE SAVE FEW BEAUTIFUL Y WREATHS AT 25c Also we have brought on for the Hol idays Kumquats Japanese Orange At 30 per qt STRICTLY 1910 CROP Mixed NutsGUARANTEED TO 90 CENT GOOD theuold country English Walnuts lt 25cTnmho Pecans 25c Nuts 20c Naples Filberts Z5c Nuts 20ft THESE WILL PROVE SATISFACTORY ANICEB- ASKET Xmas present FOR 100 Consists 1 lit Serous Nuts HOLLY A FEW Xmas SugesIions4l 4Orown Layer Raisins 20c ID Fancy Seeded Raisins I212C tB Layer Figs 15c and 20c mtoNew Dates lOc ID Cleaned Currants I5c IbltIIFresh CocoanutIOc each r IOnpe Cod Cranberries I5c quart r Shelled Pecans 60c IB Shelled Almonds 60c IB Shelled Walnuts fiOc IBiW JijfU Lt li f Both Phones MacNeill Weathers Building Home Pure Foods nightV fiLLKentucky Warehouse Brazillarraeona i tt rylI i J J il jt T 1ARTIS TURNBULL e- 7 WE HAVE THE MOST BEAUTIFUL LINES OF SILKS AND DRESS GOODS OF ANY STORE IN WINCHESTER WE ARE ALSO CARRYING MANY CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES WE HAVE MANY GREATIREDUCTIONS IN OUR VARIOUS LINES I A r WOOL GOODSt Ii Wool dress goods of all kinds and qualities are cut to the quickyou will have to come and see our prices to realize the great reductions READYTOWEAR All coats and readytowear garments of every description all this seasons styles are reduced as never before this early in the year TAILORED WAISTS 375 Waists go at 225 250 Waists go at M175i e MUSLIN AND DIMITY WAISTSV 150 Waists go for r f A99c 100 Waists go for 72cJ BLACK SOIESETTE WAISTS 200 Waists t 121 COLORED AND SILK WAISTS Waists which sold from 5 to 650 go in this sale for299i MUSLIN UNDERWEAR All muslin underwear also goes in this sale at prices that will astonish you X ARTIS n TURNBULL J3C h rf 1 I ii f tf t 1L cc I g I Faoe Pour H THE WINCHESTER NEWS CO H Sale of Unclaimed Freight v v To be held at some central location at Winchester Ky Monday January 23 1910The tLlexington and Eastern Rail say companyIvi l sell tine following c1t1 y t iC ireiglit Sale fnmmpTifli Yt3ftvfrJrh d i I it 9 Felix Hit f 1 n1 aYEtlarc Eliza leratnohs Jr cks74iCy l lkix books Rev J H Harris Kyl Robert Shoal Shoal hvLbosbooks L B Grigsby Grigs i y K 1 box IiQUseliolcl goods John Vii limns ClayvOity Ky 2 boxes books IJO Davis Dundee Ky 10 empty egg cases B F Miller TnUdga Ky 1 birrcl Eware S B Smith Torrent ivy 4jRails A food Millard Huff Con l e Ky 1 large picture ctd F E Bur nett Torrent Ky 1 extension table Mrs Ellen Moore Tallega Ky- kkkcfOBVKBseiSioil123123461233 1 box clothing S L Phillips Fil soii Ky 2 largos jugs and contents T R P schooltitdesk Ivy A Bates Viper Ky 1 bundle plow handles J G Combs Jackson Ky l keg cider Lewis Clemmons Jackson Ky 1 barrel glassware Jas Stacy Son Sassafras Ky 1 box hardware 0 N Chicago House Wrecking Co Clay City Ky 2 bdls wagon spokes A B S Major Ky 2 rolls carpet package curtains KyiTorrent Ky rbills miners tools Henry Hicks 11i e tCllI t Cof2 boos drugs 1 box drugs E Sandlin Elkatawa Ky S bpxes dl1 g 1 box powder 1 bo- xGware1VM Turner Elkatawa Ky 1 bdfi roofing strips Robert Cun dill Elkatawa Ky 9 boxes drugs Irvine McDaniel Jackson Ky pails animal fool Henry Couch Athol Ky 5 pails animal food Jack Stidham Atho1I1Cyc marble 1 base stone J N AWe oii r lkatawaKy Jbdr D Ext tables Mary yire Jackson Ky 5 pails A food Will M T Duff Elkatawa Ky coopGarrett1 bdl poles Trimbell Furniture Co Tallega Ky 1 bill stock food B F Elam Jacks n Ky 1 case baking powder J M Bra shear Jackson Ky 1 washer crated 1 wringer attd Matilda Creek Tallega Ky DiscoeryHardwick 2 Coletropery CpM Jflckon Ky 1 barrel glass 1 box groceries Ar mina Combs Jackson Ky 1 stove crated F Grayson Win chester Ky 1 box medicine 1 box adv matter G D Plummer Jack on Ky 5 pails A food E Duff Jackson Ky lbpx medicine J M Taulbee Tor rent Ky 1 box glassware Mrs L Osborn Winchester Ky 1 case drugs John E Combs Jack sonly +1 2 cases medicine 0 N 11 L Stevens Jackson Ky TCl large box groceries Mrs S Mor gui Jackson Ky 2 boxes P frames 0 N Gordon Portrait Co Jackson Ky 1 case Diamond Dyes YoJ Baker Jackson Ky 1 box A matter 2 boxes A rood Kyi W II H McCulIiim Tallega Ky show case std Cornett Combs Jackson Ivy 1 rocker K D Laura Hill Filson Ky 1 bbl mineral water in glass 0 N J W King Jackson Ky 1 bbl glassware Miss S Howard Jacksoh Ky 1 box drugs E C Davidson Jack son Ky 1 box drugs G W Ingram Elka tawa Ky 2 sewing machines Melvin Johi son Stanton Ky box A food 8 pails A food Dan B Dan Jackson Ky 1 box hardware Robert L Deaton Jackson Kv bdl 2 whounds A Martin Co Jackson Ky 1 package A matter Time Sanford Pharmacy Tallega Ky 2 boxes drugs A II Holland Elk atawa Ky 1 box garden seed Sarah J Gilbert Elkatawa Ky 1 box drugs A J Johnson Ellen tawa Ky 1 fertilizer distributor 1 bdl disc 1 box garden seed W E Rice Tal lega Ky 1 box Eware 1 box scoops J N Oliver Jackson Ky 1 show case Ed Deaton Jackson Ky 5 pails A food Laura Puckett Torrent Ky 2 boxes Wglass Cleveland Lumber Timber Co Jackson Ky 1 I1 box machine parts J M Mc Intosh Tallega Ky 1 crate crockery Mary Brashear Jackson Ky 1 reel W paper 1 paper cutter 1 bdl paper cutter Jas Combs Jack son Ky 1 box Eware R B Combs Jackson Ky 1 box drugs Blanton Hogg Jackson Ky IIbox A matter W B Roberts Jackson Ky II W r box groceries Mrs Sarah C Meyers Winchester Ky 1 bbl glassware Mrs 0 Holliday Jackson Ky 3 boxes monuments H Wilson Jackson Ky 3 boxes monuments M Melton Athol Ky I box millinery goods W M Beok ner Jackson Ky 3 boxes monuments Z Bates Jackson Ky 4 boxes marble A Thomas Jack son Ky 1 bdl bed springs 1 bdl mattresses 1 bdl bed ends 1 bdl bed rails Mrs Laura R Fox Elkatnwa Ky 1 box books Geo Napier Elri tawa Ky 3 boxes picture frames 1 box glass Green Brashear Jackson Ky 3 boxes monuments G R Cornett Jackson Ky 3 boxes monuments M Campbell Jackson Ky 1 keg cider 1 box samples Isas Smith Jackson Ky 1 keg pickles John Olges St HIens Ky 1 box medicine R S Osborne Son Jackson KyI ChristmasWreaths In many Artistic Ways CemeteryWreath for you Christmas morn And in Christmas Trees we can please you in size and price Place your order at once and be sure and happy PlantS blooming and decorative to please all comers I Poole PurllantOpera Hove Block Main Street r tij Read The News 1 3 boxes monuments J B Ever JII Jackson Ky v 1 bdl shingles Winchester Lbr Mfg Co Winchester Ky 1 box groceries Belle Davfsr Winchester Ky 2 boxes drugs Mrs YoH Neal Clay City Ky 1 case medicine Frank Elam Jackson Ky 3 boxes marble T S Messcr Jack son Ky 1 box crockery N Simpson Jack son Ky 1 case medicine Sam Combs Jackson Ky 1 box picture frames 0 N J B Adams Jackson Ky 1 case medicine Madison Back Jackson Ky 1 box medicine E H McIntosh Tallega Ky 1 bill oxbows Ben Goff Win chester Ky 1 bdl Gware 1 crate Ew are Rosa Hornsby Tallega Ky JakIsonson Ky l box groceries B Littlepagc lay City Ky 1 box marble W M Johnson Stan ton Ky Over in Jackson Depotr 1 box books 2 boxes medicine 1 bdl 6 palms 1 skillet 1 gridle 3 teakettles 13 pots 1 large boiler 1 bbll glassware 1 rocker 1 plow 1 bdll pictures 1 picture frame 1 bdl 2I 21boxesmatter 1 show case 5 boxes Mickey Twist tobacco 2 lulls grate baskets 2 bdls castings 6 grate baskets 1 bdl bags 2 boxes drugs 1 package advertising matter 1 keg cider 3 boxes household goods 1 sewing table 4 kegs cider 2 pieces table 3 12 boxesWacWMbn bed rails 2 iron bVritila1 box dry goods 12 wagonskeiijs lbvn rjobjwl kitchen table 1 gasoline Hoe 1 box picture tramesj 1 egg case 2 D shovel plow beams 1 piece iron 1 lot stove pipe 1 hogshead china 3 sheetiron stoves 2 bowls 2 pitchers 5 large bowls 2 mcdiumIrails 3 bdl bed cnel5r 1 bdl head board l t OVer it Wyap Jiej lfcatlieiijttelt IIi lj j t11 fO yer lfAihr 3 chairs Over at Torrent 1 plow helve 1 bill tubs 1 box 2 bdl sash cord 2 large rolls grocers paper 1 box Eware J M Fugate Jack son Ky 1 box Eware Jacob Fugate Jack son Ky 1 box Eware F G Napier Jack son Ky 1 box Gware Kelly Noble Jack son Ky 1 box groceries F Bcgley Elk atawa Ky 1 box A food 5 pails A food J M Fugate Jackson Ky 1 box A food 5 pails A food J Fngate Jackson Ky 1 box A food 5 pails A food M Watts Jackson Ky 1 box A food 5 pails A food F G Napier Jackson Ky 1 box A food 5 pails A food J H Miller Ned Ky Over at Lexington 1 bdl plow handles 1 Dr whisky J Stacy Jackson Ky IDONT FORGET A complete stock of fine Furs ar rived Monday Guaranteed correct in style workmanship quality and price CURRY DRY GOODS CO 12213t Christmas See the line of pictures at the Winchester Paint Wall Pa Do yon wiant something tasty for per Company 1210tf Dont fornet that M D Royse has everythin in the way of toys at sac rifice prices at Hensleys old stand 12213t Here is the place to do our Xmas shopping for your children Hensleys old stand Everythinn at reduced ROYSEiHere is the place to do your Xmas shopping for your children Hensleys old stand Everythinn at reduced prices M D ROYSE 12213t Insurance The strongest Life Insurance in the world Special Con tracts Also Fire Insurance Cos If you want the best Life and Fire Insurance see W T Ogden NOTICEi I will not pay any bills charged to HTalbott r PARISIAN SAGE This Great Hair Grower Now Sold i Oil Over America What do you think of the liberal proposition that the Giroux Mfg Co ofBuffalo N Y American makers of Pmisian Sage are putting up to the readers of the Winchester News They know they the absolutely certain that they have the only real hair grower beautifier and dandruff germ destroyer on the market today and knowing this they have requested the Phillips Drug Co to state to eIery reader of The News and to every i1inityantecs Parisian Sage to remove every trace of dandruff to stop falling hair and itching scalp or money back of go our On SUITS AND We carry the largest line of snitS It and raYcllctte overcoats in town or Overcoat frod Suit or Overcoat 1500 20 Suit or Overcoat 18 Suit or Ovcrocat 15 Suit or Suit or Overcoat 800 10 Suit or GOO We have 50 Suits 10 to 15 498 PANTS are all up to date and stylish oAro Pants 39 ti4 I Ul 1a i lv 3 Pants noV 7cr 210 250 Pants now 189 2 Pants now 149 150 Pants now 112 125 Pants now 89 CORDUROY PANTS 4 Pants now 312 350 Pants now 2G9 3 Pants now 229 250 Pants now 195 2 Pants row 149 150 Pants now 119 SHOES are time best We arc closing out our entire stock for less cost 6 Shoes 5 now 309 4 Crawford Shoes now 329 350 Shoes now 289 3 Mens and Boys Shoes now 225 250 Mens and Boys Shoes 198 2 Mens and Boys Shoes now 159 150 Mens and Boys Shoes 119 BOYS have about 50 Coats which we will out for 298 These coats are worth from 5 to 15 A BIG AND BOYS 5 Bootees tan or black 369 4 Bootees ta nor black 298 350 Bootees tan or black 259 3 Bootees tan or black 229 3 Boys Bootees 225 250 Boys Bootees 189 ill1Ilustrous that all de fillWomenmost refreshing and ideal hair dressing free from stickiness or grease Large box SOc at Phillips and drug gifts everywhere I have used Parisian Sage for some time and think it has no equal as a hair beautifier and scalp cleaner No more dandruff o rfaded hair thanks to Parisian SageMrs William Hogland Sault Ste Morier Mich June 2 1910 Dont forget M D Royse has everythino in the way of toys at sac rifice prices at Hensleys old stand 12213t an the A of the list These FJblslieim Boys SHIRTS SHIRTS SHIRTS 2 Shirts now 139 r175 st now 125 08 125 and 1 Shirts now 79 75cent Shirts now 49 50cent Shirts now 39 48 Dozen 125 and 1 Shirts will be sold during this sale for 69 cents SHIRTS 2 Flannel Shirts for 129 150 Flannel Shirts for 98 125 Flannel Shirts for 89 1 Flannel Shirts for 75 HATS HATS 350 Stetson 2G9 3 flaws Stiff 229 f 3 Haws Soft 229 250 Hats 1Q8 2 Hats 148 150 125 Hats 98 10 Dozen 2 and 150 Hats will be sold for 98 cents Cordu ro for 750 best 75c now 39c 25c Garments now ALL WOOL BELOW COST OVERALLS The best Overalls in town 1 Overalls now 79c 75c Overalls now 49c 50c Overalls now 39c NECK TIES 50c Ties or Suspenders now 39c 35e and 25c Ties or Suspenders 19c 10 25c Ties at 15c SOCKS 50c Socks now 39c 35c and 25c Socks now 19c 20c Socks now 14c 15c Socks now 9c lOc Socks now 4 pairs for 25c One lot 15e Socks for 7c 25c best allwool Socks at 18c DONT MISS THIS Boys 25c stockings- now 19c 15c lie chinawareI12213t purchasing M D ROYSE should not miss seeing the beautiful line of toys r of every kind at the Hensley old stand before buyingat your own price M D ROYSE 12213t is the place to do your Xmas for Henslcvs old stand Everythin at reduced prices M D ROYSE 12213t Dont forget that M D Royse everythinn in the way of toys at sacrifice prices at Hensleys old stand 12213t POSITIVELY THE LAST CHANCE Our Big Sale Positively Ends After CourtDay This gives you opportunity to buy your Holiday Gods atQur greatly reduced r prices Our entire line Suits Overcoats Cravsnstta Overcoats Hats Shoes Gents Furnishings at Actual Cost Now is time to buy your Christmas Gifts for Father Son Brother or Friend beautiful line Silk Mufflers Silk Our customers all know that sales are always the Square Just look at bargains we below OVERCOATS 2250 1350 1150 Overcoat 1000 1250 Overcoat made ttjP3nowJlcJArr 5I1i15356 Corduroy Corduroy Corduroy Corduroy Corduroy Here bargains than pow419 FlorsheimShoes Crawford OVERCOATS- We close BARGAIN- MENS BOOTEES appearance that Shirt TOP Hats Hats Hats Hats 112 Suits worth 4l9c AND dozen Here your children Etc 25Slii l50Smvtsnow FLANNEL CORDUROY SUITS1250 UNDERWEAR- The Fleecelined Underwear UNDERWEAR UnionMade SUSPENDERS guaranteed Stockings Christmas shopping hast and Neckwear Umbrellas Hosiery Corduroy shoppers COATSWEATERS In this line we6iTeryoii time biggqt bargains tl3 Fine Wool Skaters now 198 250 Fine Wool Sweaters now 175 2 Fine Wool Sweaters now 149 150 Sweaters now 110 125 Sweaters now 98c 1 Sweaters now 79c 75c Sweaters now 39c 35e Boys Sweaters 22c MUFFLERS 2 Fine Silk Scarfs suitable for Ladies or Gents now 100 1 Fine Silk ScarfSVl i rile 50c Phoenix fufllers 39c 25c Phoenix Mnflllcrs v i 19a CAPS 75c Corduroy Caps now 49c 50c Corduroy Caps now 39c 35c and 25c Caps now 19e5-0e Caps now 39c 25c Caps now 19c FANCY VESTS 4 Silk Vests now 275 350 Silk Vests now 239 3 Silk Vests now 200 250 Silk Vests now 179 2 Fancy Vests now 125 150 Fancy Vestsuow 98 If Ki GLOVES db 4 2 Gloves now V130 175 Gloves now 123 150 Gloves now 112 S 125 Gloves now rr 98o 1 Gloves now 70c- 75c Gloves now 49c 50c Gloves now 39c 25c Glove snow 19c 15c Gloves now 9c lOc Gloves now 7c HANDKERCHIEFS 35c Silk Handkerchiefs lUc 25c Silk Handkerchiefs 17c tic Silk Handkerchiefs lie lOc Handkerdchiefs 4 for 25c 100 dozen Handkerchiefs 3c COLLARS 10c Collars at 7c 15c Collars at lie 25c rubber Collars 15c 20c rubber Collars 12c 15c rubber Collars f 9c lOc rubber Collars 7c Are you going to buy your Suit Overcoat or Christmas Presents from us and Save Money Its Up tO YOU Remember this sate ends immediately after CourtDay Dont forget the place 4R FHANKrIn Jones Block N Main St1 Next to Ecton Hardman Furniture Store j J m Ii t s TI1G WIMfWrCTFR NEWS pane lava I HERE FOR CHRISTMAS GIVING I A visit to our store will prove Our IModern Hardware Store offers iS 4 exceedingly for gift giving I Baking Dishes Coffee Percolators IPocket and Table Cutlery IRazors and Razor Straps for boy or girl man or woman III Wont You Call and Let Suggestions Help You ROCHESTER WARE SPECIALS Baking Dishes 250 to 600 i Waiters 50 to 350 r sICake Baskets 200 to 400 Pots85 to 250 USEFUL GIFTS Washing Machine 350 to 1000 aC ISKnivesTea Spoons25c to 2 Per SelrTable Spoons50c to 4 Per IS arsble Coal Range or a Buck Gas Range in e the heart of the home hts the whole family rs- y I COME TODAY WHILE THE STOCK IS COMPLETE I GRUBBS BENTON CORNER BROADWAY and MAINI Ki f4Nl V1iVUYINNN1NWNW II NW1NbV li1NNN1V7NNi1FI1Nf 1Nf V If 1NYV11 1N1VUNNCS Y R P SCOBEE 6 SON CO =LUMBER = Rough and DressedISASH DOORS AND CAREY ROOFING fthe best that can be bought RUBBER ROOFING as good as any Home Phone 47 East Tenn Phone 147 Things this or similar troubles should IIF your misfortune you want help lOURexceptional ability will enable damage and our word for itour charges will be fair and moderate PLUMBING is a trade we have studied hard and persistently and successfullyt by trusting us with your work 1 GRANT WITT CO Phone 162 30 NORTH MAIN STR- EETNewsRead Tinet 1r iSft t Good appropriate Something lAWIDONT LIKE THE If the new law providing that the regular circuit judges shall act as special judges operates everywhere like it has in Pulaski county it is a farce anda failure The first special judge appointed to hold a term had two weeks busi ness and spent one week and with out notifying the attorneys or liti gants never returned to close the court and let jurors litigants and witnesses return the next week at an enormous expense but never showed up again lIe might have some excuse as he was chairman of the Democratic committee and the court he was to hold was just before the electionThe second instance was a special term called for last Jci1da1awhile the jurJ witnesses and parties were here for business no judge showed up until Wednesday morn ing It seems that the additional 1200 added to the judges salary is doing the citizens no good Had we not better return to the old system of the members of the bar electing a special judge We can get just as good service at less expense Somerset Republican AN IDEAL XMAS GIFT Have some of those beautiful sejia photos made at Earps gallery Just the thing for your friends Dont delay Christmas will be here before you- realize it 11103wkseodI Young America Elizabeth was sewing She saw me making a buttonhole and wanted to make one but I thought it little too hard for her she said Why mamma that isnt hard you just make eyo winkers all around that holeExchange LOVERS KILLEOON RAILROAD TRACK Graduates of Deaf Mute College Em brace Each Other at Station and Fail to Hear Whistle- EANESVILLE Wis Dec 21- W Ie two lovers deaf and duntb tr1MklIinstantly the girl Rose Lorof this city find fatally wound lover Roy Tunison of Rock ford Illwho had come to Janesville e for a Sunday calltHe was about to take an interurban electric for home and when the two were saying their farewell the rushedupon them and they did no hear the whistle owing to their af- Ifliction Theand was thrown feet and was dead when picked up The man suffered a fracture of skull and both legs were broken Ii cannot recover the doctors say Th two students together at the sttt graduatinglast ADVERTISEDLETTERS Archer F G Bentley Miss Maggie l t1RrOIlCfaig Miss Susie j h Olds Sallie Hjitten W J fI Hardinan Samuel Graves fJj j- Jjtckson II LI JLockhart Miss Amanda Matthews Andrew Martin J CIMarshall Mrs Mube Marshall E C Merriweather Horace YoIMcVey Mrs Marindia Ramsey J W Scot Mrs May Gordon Thomas Miss Lillie Wallace Mrs Bell Wiseman Oscar White Mrs Susie Walton JOHN G WHITE P M Red Stat coal is the beat on tIllI market sold by Royse Boonc 125tf PICTURES FRAMED At your own price this week M D ROYSE Hensley Stand 12208t We have the very best feed on the market Come to see us before buy ing 125tf DRINK 6 RpyEoIaMore SHOPPERS ATTENTION The swellest Christmas thins ever brought to Winchester at IIAGGARDSt ENDS WINTERS TROUBLES oef an lapserougbs lly before Bucklens Arnica Salve A trial convinces Greatest healer of Burns Boils Piles Cuts Sores Ec zema and Sprains Only 25c at Win- Chester Drug Company REMEMBER You cant take chances on Xmas pres ents They must be of dependable quality To be sure see that your Xmas gifts come from CURRY DRY GOODS CO 12183t v Candlesticks- If you must use a candle in a hurry and cannot find a candlestick try putting the candle into the neck of an empty bottle If you can get one to approximately it will serve quit penknifethe candle into a bottle a bit top small for It Rapidly Multiplying Judging from the advertising pages Obiseems to me that there is a new safeI razor invented every minute Yonkeia Statesman COUNTY COURT DAYS Below is a list of the days county courts are held each month in conn Anderson Lawrenceburg 3rd Mon dayGarrard Lancaster 4th Monday Grant Williamstcwn 2nd Monday Jessamine Nicholasville 3rd Mon day Lee Beattyville 4th Monday Lincoln Stanford 2nd Monday Madison Richmond 1st Monday Mason Maysville 2nd Monday Mercer Harrodsburg 1st Monday Montgomery Mt Steiling 3rd Mon dayNicholas Carlisle 2td Monday Owen Owenton 4th Monday Pendleton Falmouth 1st Mondav Powell Stanton 1st Monday Scott Georgetown 3rd Monday Shelby Shelbyville 2nd Monday Woodford Versailles 4th Monday Bath Owingsville 2nd Monday Bourbon Paris 1st Monday Boyle Danville 3rd Monday Breathitt Jackson 4th Monday Clark Winchester 4th Monday Estill Irvine 3rd Monday Fayette Lexington 2nd Monday Fleming Flemingsburg 4th Monday Franklin Frankfort 1st Monday Harrison Cynthiana 4th Monday KILLTHECOUGH ANDCURETHELUNGS WlTHDRoKIIIG9SIIEIDISCOVERY 50100IALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED Breade and Butter for Babies breadiso or sonous as in the nursery The worst thing you can give a young baby un der a year old is bread But later on bread becomes useful It should never be given new to a child at any age but stale bread or toast or bread baked crisp is excellent for children nowIheart the next generation would suffer less from decayed teeth and weak gestIon Sacrifice Sale M D Royse has purchased the entire stock of Frank Hensley on North Main street and is offering it at Sacrifice PricesEvery department is complete the stock being new and uptQ= date The store will be open to customers beginning Wedilesday Dec 2 1 10 Christmas buyers will do well to inspect the display of fine Queensware Chinaware Sweater Coats Underi wear Toys and innumerable other HighGrade Articles Pictures will be framed at practically your own pi ice during this sale Dont fail to take advantage of this RareOpportunityl I L i v CLASSIHEDCOUMN J CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTSI- c a word tor a slngiv insertica 2c a word far three consecutive bi sertions c a word for each additional In sertion tOeaword per month perInsertionNothing inserted for less than ten cents Nothing charged on books for less than 25 cents FOR RENT Handsome twostory residence of 10 rooms all modern conveniences andoutbuildings best location Price 40 per month Modern residence of 7 rooms fur nished Has bath gas etc This is dtousekeeplagWe have a number of small cot tages for rent from 10 per month up Office In McEIdowney Bulllding cms Phone 728 East Tenn 2- 3WANTED10o people to buy Pho nix mufilcrs for 30c at MeCord Phillips 12 O4t FOR RENT My cottage on Alabama street close to Hickman school building Mrs Gco D Fox Home phone 504 East Tenn 178121S31 SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN newspaperpublished ialty Catalogue on request South ern Magazine Agency Clark Lanner manager postoflice box 454 0 K phone 541 Winchester Ky 1123tf FOR SALEHarness saddles bug gy robes horse blankets horse col lays etc E A Lowry No 7 E Broadway 1123lrao V W Bush 6 Company FIRE AND TORNADO INSURANCEWINCHESTER OFFICE McELDOWNEY Phone 145 PENDLETON RUSH BUSH Mttorniyi at LAW 5tk floor McEldoTTney Building Winchester Ky LEWIS R HAMPTON Attorney at Law fficc 5th Floor McEiduwney BuildLm Special Attention to CollectionsiWinchester J M STEVENSON Attorney at Len iO S Main St Winchester Ky SHORTHAND Standard Phonography the short est legible shorthand Taught by a course of individual lessons the best method of teaching known J C Lary 234 S Highland street Home phone 737- WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home flour the best made Kerr perfection and White Pearl flour has no eanal All Leading MagazinesAND WEEKLY PAPERS SUBSCRIBE NOW If you have not yet renewed your old subscription do it immediately so as to lose no numbers- I can meet any price quotedby any or write for my new catalogue WALLER BEAN1Phi- llips Old Stand SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS y 8 i j t a icc I i SfS fe 1 j Q fi J Z i r1s j o r ft PaaeJix THEWUlCHESTER NEWS ww V i i 7JoT h t tIr i5 l WAKE upl- i I1 tV EU t I i THE TIME IS AT HANDr If you expect to secure your Christmas Pres ents Early and give Ihe Clerks a rest or it you want the pick of Our Holiday Goods you Must Call Immediately e j r s r i IjiJ w TAILORED SUITS we have Splendid Values in our Tailored Suits They are all now going at Greatly Reduced Prices Come also andseeourFine AssortmentoflJ F PERSIAN SILKS for Waists Phoenix Mufflers and other accessories I Clierie Scarfs etc t nn a complete line all of p Merchandise Silks Wool Goods which should see before elsewhere c Ic J 1I c i r CLIFTON R OSSI a a t r tr14 yI iiiSOCIETY i Attractive Surpise About one hundred members of the I Central Baptist church surprised I their genial pastor Rev Gco W rwithII Each guest brought some substantial accessory to the pantry supplies and when all had arrivcl antI been relieved of their packages the large dining table was fairly weighted with the splendid array of good things Among llie offerings were turkeys old pants chickens cakes sausage lard potatoes butter flour and three im Incase baskets Jof luscious fruits tend many other wholesome and delicious edibles Rev and Mrs Shepherd after surpfiseI tinIe rind entertained their guests in a charming manner HeathKindred IMiss Alice Kindred was married Tuesday Dec 20 in the parlors of t Ilm I Books Bookst t H Your Money goes Farther E and the sensation of lasts longer when you give a really thinks of the giver while enjoying the story i Z t 1 tj Childrens for 9 Mother Sweetheart and Me I See our line of 150 values that we are selling at 50 cents Bib1TOy Books i It Y J k 4 1fj fj MkRrN5bRUQ STOREII r the First Christian church in this city to Mr Ollie Heath Rev J M Rash officiating They are popular Iilllncighhorhood Misses Golden and Margaret Day are visiting in Miss Lou Carroll has from an extended visit in returnedI Mrs C A Carrithers daughter Virginia Lee will leave Saturday morning to spend the holidays in Eliza bethtown Mrs Floyd Day and Miss Rosa Day are visiting in Cincinnati Mr Ford Patterson of Owingsvillc was in the oily Sunday Mr IL J Macklin of Hazel Green is in the city on business Mr Walden and familof Covingkm were called here by the serious illness and subsequent death of his father Mr John Walden Mr T M Walden of Tcnnesse will return home this week after being called here by the death of his La ther Mr John Walden Mr Jas Adams who hats been spending the winter with his sister Mrs Shelby Walden of Covington i FANCY SCARFS See our Fine Line of Messalirie and de Fancy Also a Fine Line of Plain and Fancy Pocket Books in Leather and Alligator Skin Also a Good Line of Y JLJJL fjf ass 1ardinie + C Q t We have of kinds Season able and you buying ijfiiJBi1 pleasure recipientK Books Books Father I Jackson Shelby Crepe has rctunicd home to spend the holi days with friends und relatives Mr Andy Lisle who has been se riously ill for the past few weeks is improving nicely Airs John Laurenee of Lexington avenue will spend the holidays with her parents Mr and Mrs bum Gar Indian lieldsIIrcttor Elma Fox is quite ill at her on Taylor avenue Mrs W P Smith is recovering from a serious illness Miss Sarah banter on Haggard street is on the Miss Elizabeth Nelson will spend the holidays with Mrs Chits Smith at liciuck Station Mr W P Smith wio left hereabout two weeks ago for Shannon has returned home Mrs J C Mobley and children have returned to their home in Flem inusburg after a two weeks visit to Mrs J K Cahal Mrs Mollie Baxter will spend Christmas with her diuighlcr Mrs C IT McRaCj in Georgia Miss Namy Mac Brock has re tnrncd from a visit in Paris Mr Howard Henry attcnded tnb This is the Week Before COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU Oatlclwirl BrosSign of Big Watch q4 S Main St WINCHESTER KY fL j p Do not fail to go to the NEW JEWELRY STORES before you finish your Christmas shopping If you are undecided what to give him or her come in and look through our stock and you will find presents at all prices and styles Watch and Clock repairing all work guaranteed CHAS A CARRITH ERS JEWELERS funeral of his uncle Sir Andy Henry at North lid letown Monday Mr C V Bridwell is in Mt Sterl ing on business Mrs Geo Browning anti little son of Cincinnati are giuWts of MrsLucy iainscy GIVE YOUR MONEY A C 10 BUY WLTiWAJJffl HANCEI 12203t CURRY DRY PICTURES FRAMED At your own price this week MD ROYSE Hcnsley Stand 12203t SAVED FROM AWFUt DEATH Inow an appalling calamity ill hif DjIsumption he writes she was very seemed to grow1 weaker every day KingTewcompletely aired her that she has not been troubled with a cough since Its the best medicine 1 ever saw pi heardof For coughs colds la grippe asthma crolip hemorrhage all bronchial troubles it has equal 50c 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Winchester Drug Company GOOD WATER A Presbyterian minister was out riding along in the mountains of Tennessee one summer afternoon The day was hot and dusty and he became very thirsty Hearing sonic water trickling from a spring above the road he hitched his buggy and wciit up an dsaw an old colored man sitting by the spring Good morn ing Uncle he said Is this pretty good hater Yes salr none better Three or four PhrenoloI gists done scandalized dat water and found it was deposedof four substances One was auroraborealis another was hydrophobia and the third WH appendicitis an I declare boss I clean done forget what dat fourth one war but it was something just as good The statement surely is true That this is no time to lie blue IToBecause of Our present to youl I PICTURES FRAMED At your own price this Week M D HOYSE Hensley Stand 12203t Go to Royai1 Boone awl geta load r E the lied Star coal the bet in tfIRoyse Boone before buying itlOWlExceefdirg the Limit theb84tislippeddown Jove never heard such language in r wI4w r X We handle all kinds of cool 1 reasonable prices Come tosee us before buying Royse Boone iZ5ltf i BIt JOHN A SNOlpN errBeantD r Mam and Fairfax Street Residence 143 Boon Avenue IfUBoth Phones office N6 352 Residence Hone Phone 329 iu We have the very best feed wAlie market Gome to sec us before bny q 1 J tfigJ t c SANTAS DILEMMA Old Santa Claus had come to town i And he was iceling blue t His stock of gjfts was very small lie knew not what to tin liecalledd his counselors to him And tom them all his w eiF This tariff has sent prices up To heights I cannot go And unless something is done soon it To help me in this row The people here will have small use I For me a year fruity roll j rIlHrcounselors all shook tlieir iieiute r They had no word to say This was the hardest nut to crack jrhBut each one passed it by Ami Santa Clans in dark Heaved forth a mighty le5pairi fAti last a stranger near the door iAdvanced and bowed fulllow I Anti said If I may be so lijld I may assuage yourwoc J I know lheplce where you ritay mal The verv things YOU need So if you wish jtTlfe thing rcunirdd sp2c1liI Old fejuitn Clans he smiled full broad 4 fhinews was good to him His1 counselors danced round the room 1tThey showed surprising vim The stfanger led tlfeni through time street But i ttCdno Avonf more They caine and saw TlieyiV happy now I Nt Rowens Jewelry Stater QEf D i 1 f 1ri f i J y L C Ir 4 4I hl j 2 = = n Fur w 1 A THE WINCH ESTER N EWS CO u a PGiJivlII vi f t t rf 7 1ti f i T rr Il NOte iBuYlng F iGlt F rMm The Ones That You are Expecting tile Most From Should Have the Best and First Attentioni IiM j Gifts for men are better found at a mans stotfe You will find here a complete assortment of andIt fV t a a of J M i a 1 t M f i 1 I U FORTUNE VRADDAUGftER Roberta DC Jonon Who Eloped Chicago With a Waiter Is Bene ficiary in Will Dec 2 lythe terms the will the late Rob i ert Buist wealthy seedsman Roberta B Dp Janon his who dis appeared witha hotel waiter last December and was found in Cltictri- S given in trust the bulk his c tate which is valued atI about SOO Affer giving 5000 to Mrs George Bedford his sister mid making seqther small bequests the will at charges book to AeuHowyour on Sbpposito here J NECKWEAR DAV ftJTHURSDAY tle- We 22iftd e i 1 Mv will make specialshowing Neckwear on this day v 1 Watch our Window fo1rNe Mo eititis We White and Kid Stetson Hat pall Shoes Suit Hand Bags Knit Silk Sets many other useful gifts t M- uparaStewartI i i j LEAVES to PHILADELPHIA of of grandchild of 1era It a J Display Cases sear provides that residue be held Miss Janon and that be given income My purpose will states being to and reward S c Edward J Flood mill C Cockcrbcrgcr who have been faithful employes many years and other than whom there is no one T would prefer benefit in event of granddaughter dying without lawful issue directs that in such estate goes firmMiss Janon it is understood is Californiar market sold Hose Boone Red Star coal best on 125tiVto Royse Boomjjuid jjct a of Red Star coal best tJHlt 5tC r FREE PRESCRIPTIONJ Sent to All Who Ask I Prescription of Wonderful New Medical Discovery I SENT FREE Dr D J Walshs most wonderful discovery has attained such rcmark ablesuccess that he has decided to send a frep prescription all fill qufcthe below and it today The ordinary would charge from one to three dollars writing a common prescription specialist from live to twentyfive I offer write a prescription suitable your and offer to do it FREEcI will also scndyou free of cost book How to Get Well for your guidance Jo not wait as may see this offer again fill out thcAcoupon and send today Rcmemjcr it will cost you nothing this villwonderfulreceive prescription and bVok fcturh masil all charges paid f for FreeAND FREE BOOK- SD D J WALSH Pox 2094 IBOSTON MASS Send ire onto nil paid your free treatment for mj case and your all entirely free MY NAME IS MY ADDRESS IS long afflicted If disease is not the write the irnuio 1 r x t i f of tt the for De she the net for life the benefit Stable Albert my for to the my He a case the to his DC in by is the tlu Go load the the in 12 sl to lfo coupon mail doctor for the to to case my you nt but foV by uie list My Principal Trouble Has Been Make a cross X in front of your trouble Two crosses XX in front of tlio one from which you suffer most Rheumatism Kidney Trouble Lumbago Bladder Trouble Diabetes Heart Disease DropsyuImpure Blood Neuralgia Female Trouble DuuThoia Torpid Liver Constipation Partial Paralysis Indigestion j Nervousness Headache Malaria Dizziness Brights Disease igr g PRETTY LlTIlEI MANICURE GIRl Becomes Bride of Thomas H Wells Son of Former Steel Man Who Has Come Into Large Fortune PJTTSBURG Dec 21That Sta icia Walsh one of the prettiest little manicure girls Pittsbiirg ever knew but more reocntlof the Hotel Cadil lac in New Ygrk eloped to Hoboken proOIL the night of Dec 5 with Thomas Wells broker of that city giniIformer home in Youngstown 0 which they visited on their honey moon i1r Wells is only 22 years old leis bride but 21 and their story oj courtship reads like a romance1 Wells is tote son ofa former steel moan in Ytfungrttjwn and liar on1rimhconic into a large fortune left 1y his father who died some yeas nl The fortune borders near the million dollar mark Wells and the Walsh girl were schoolchildren aud child sweethearts together in Youngstown but while Wells was in college the young giitlj whose parents were poor started Out to make her own way in the world Some ihonths sine Wells who had gone to New Yoilniet his old love while talking through the Hotel Cad illac Then they married ust are making special piiees on If you want pictures framed set all framing Winchester Paint Wall Paper Company 1210tf We handle all kinds of coal nl reasonable prices Come to see us- beforebuying Royse Ponne 125tf ICoroners Verdict in India it would be hard to beat the verdict returned in India on man whose fate it had been to as t1 a tigers appetite That Pand died of tiger eating him There was no other cause of death 9 PHOENIX MUFFLERS JFfiPever popular Muffler for Men Women and Children r Suggest Evening Clothes lRes Mufflers Combination Shims C Coupon Treatment IThekind old gentleman from the countryIagreed to do the best he All went well until the fifth when with the bases full the pitcher got wobbly and put over four ones andthe batter started to wider base What will we do with young feller asked the old man of the pitcher Ve aint got no place put hlmSuccess Magazine toI Theyll Not Do It A woman who has reached the age Sis1telSsex will consent to swim or dive opportunely but as to avoiding corsets or being out of fashion it would not do that even if it enabled them to at tainthe age of 190 Pittsburg Dis patch When Mahmet Went to the Mountain believelfrom the top of it offer prayers to the observers of the law The people assembled Mahomet called the hill to come to him again and again and wheir it stood still he was never a hilljcome will go to the hillBacon- Lots Next Quest Time heals all griefs says the Philosopher of Folly When Lots wife was turned into a pillar of salt he just went ahead and looked for a fresh wife THE AUDITORIUM Piclure Theatre Continuous performance daily from 330 to 430 and from 7 to 10 p m Music by hgsibypictures and new songs everyday ADMISSION 5 Cents See Royse Boone before buying your feed We handle the bet in town 125fef Special prices on pictures durin December Winchester Fault Wail Paper Company 1 1210rtf a f For the next few days we will offer them for the remarkable low price of 10 I 39cBILL f I Go to Royse Boono aarl get a load of the Red Star coal lhe best town 12otf 111I rWhen in Need of PLUMBINGpTINNING All Kinds of Repairing Work Gas Mantles Globes Chandeliers etc see LUCIEN WILSON East Tenn Phone 12If1wk 108 S Maple J ji OPERA HOUSE 3 Nights Commencing 22ndI Tfcujsday Dec Johnny and Ella GaEvin Presenting a series of New York Musical Comedy Successes including A Bell Boy1 The Man QuestionA- ND IZira From Turkey 25PEOPLE25Special scenery gorgeous costumes wonderful mechanical effects dazzling dee tric effects a tvtKTlSongaHit IEalh bill is up to a standardof any 150 musical comedy but will be presentedhere at Popular prices 125c 35c and 50c Seats1Now IDrug IWANTS 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 50 long himself lie feels for all distress frpm Backache Neryousness Loss of Ap Citizens National Bank Paid up Capital 100000 Surplus 551000 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS promptlyiJ D Simpson Pres A H Hampton C Ehlert T F Phillips V Pres J W Poynter Asst Cashisr t8ia hr Seen about that insurance yet 7 Its a bad policy to put it off better have us write you a policy in one of our companies every oneof which is of a substantial excellent characterVjvXmasthe Xmas Tree fires etc 0 Take the hint and permit iii toftiii sure yon against fire Josst 1Fratertnity Have You Mfr Maaifle ftoiibles BLOCK USE INNEBLINlINED AND YOUR TROUBLES ARE OVER ImantlesGET ONE TO TRY VjTHOUT COST SavethehOXcovetSfronl 12 BlbclrVytalty Mantlesthe bed 10 and15cent grade of mantles soldtake them to your dealer or send them to us and get a Block Inn rlin Lined Mantle free Block Vytalty and Block Laned Manllej are for sale at Hardw China PlunibingGtoceryena Department Store Dealers Write for Our Descriptive Circular and New Catalogue ft The Block Lightr iJtftjSole Mri Headquarters for lHcande cent Mantle Burner aad Supplies of ev nt r description Can Gasoline Kerosene Hick Preuure etc petite Lassitude and Kidney disor hearty Its also positively guaran dens He shows that Electric Bitters teed for Liver Trouble Dyspepsias work Avonders for such troubles Blood Disorders Female Complaints ice bottles lie writes nholly and Malaria Try them SOc itt Win cured me and oI am well and chest r Drug Company r kr d i 6d7 t tkEiaht 00 i THE WINCHESTER NEWS CO 1 g i L j k i5 +S r to r 4 j f ITo do your Xmas shopping that you have been putting off from day to day We have decided to f make the coming week the busiest week of this year To do that YOU have to help To- Y MAKE you help there will be offered this week gifts in Hosiery Leather Goods Neckwear Handkerchiefs Slippers Bath Robes and Umbrellas i r PHOENIX MUFflERS l Aasorted Colors Wbite Bluest50c Bath Robes Assortmentj PRICEStt 600 DENS SWEATERS AllWool in White Gray or Fancy Weave from 150 to 350 SMOKING JACKETS SelectTand all sizes 350 to 750 Fancy Vest Why not buy a Fancy 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 w 1 r rQS I TIrr Leather Goods Hand Bags and Suit Cases all sizes and prices 400 and up to 1250 Also a Large Line of Tru- nksShoes Crossett Shoes in Patent Gun Metal Vici Box Calf The shoe for comfort and wear 400 and 500 HANDERCWEFS Never have we shown a grand selection in plain and fancy hemstitched linen or silk 5c lOc 15 25 50c 100 Ties Case after case filled with them each Tie in a Pretty Xmas Box 25c50c and 75c You couldnt find a better present to give your son for Xmas than one of our Hart Schaffner MarxOR STROUSE 6 BROS SUITS OR OVERCOATS WE HAVE THEM IN ALL STYLES and WE- AVE15t0 I 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 are invited A hearty welcome no matter whether you come to see or buy Vie Bloomfield G Company The Store That Save You Money Opposite Court House Winchester Kentucky S3 17 I v tC j r Hosiery INTERWOVEN SILK LISLE 25c rPure Silk Sox and Tie to match 100 Silk Sox Tie and Handker chief to math 1150 and 200MEach set in a Handsome Xmas B- oxSuspenders and Garters In Lisle and Silk Webb all sets come in Xmas boxes 75C SGloves For Men Boys and Child ren of every description Hundreds to select from for dress walking driving autoing and working In yarn cloth kid cafe reinsdeersilk fleeced and fur lined 50c 100 150 200 300 Silk Mufflersj All very Rich Colors and Beautiful Patterns l t 75c 100f 150 tOO 300 Ij