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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 r r r J a n r rt r 1 rt f I o tJ k ST EJ TION tTHE RNEWS FnJrty WEATHER rain or suck II VOLUME 5N0 57 WINCHESTER KEHTtWKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 221910 I CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK 1 ANOTHER liNE i TO THE SOUTH r l N Is to Make L E Direct I f r tiLtIWFrom Washington to Jackson Y yilkFla 3 rAn official of the L iN Railroad J JtJPany was here Wednesday din conversation vitlha gentleman outsome i J- facts that wall be very in thbusinessofficial stated that it was the of the L N which has recentl x purchased the L E railroad t Jackson to connect with the C C 0and this with the three div 45 will make a main line from Washing WasliiugtotonIf this is done Winchester will be one of the most important points o the line He said that in the future there would be large quantities of coal and timber carried over the road and thn Winchester would be the Place where the transfers made The official whose name conyC not be learned left Wednesday ing for Jackson and will probably re turn the latter part of the week POSTOFFICE Will be open Dec 25 from 10 am to 1 pm and rural carrier will be on duty at these hours Mon day D c26vill open from 10 a m tto 2 m City carriers will make one delivery and rural carriers will make their trip as usual JOHN G WHITE P M I MiTWO AUCTION SALES Mr Howard Watt Reports on Personal Property Sold by Him for Mr Sajiuel Berryman Deceased an- Mr J F Wheeler The sale of the property of Mr SamuelBerryman deceased near Red Bridge Tuesday was attended by a large crowd and fair prices were realized Mr Mn H R Watts true tioheer reports the sale as One 7yearold mare 140 One aged mare 41 One 2yearold mule 124 1One140It Two yearling steers weight 500 Ills 2450 each v Two small steer calves 1550 it One 2yearold springer 38 Two cows 38 and 40 One brood sow 20 Five shoats weight 100 lbs 7 head Lot of mixed hay 12 per ton Corn in field 1 to 150 per shock Lot of Plymouth Rock hens 40c each o All the household goods and farm ing implements brought good prices SALE OF MR WHEELER AJarpe crowd attended the sale Mr J M Wheeler Wednesday T v stockand farming implements j brought good prices but the bid of 15050 per acre for the land wap refused by Mr Wheefer Mr H R Watts conducted the sale and reports tais follows 4k One 5yearold work horse 140 i Sixtytwo ewes 5 to 610 t Plymouth Rock pullets 75c each Plymouth Rock liens 72c each 6crto Tit key hens 250 each Turkey gobblers 360 each Corn in field 225 per barrels Tire sale of the fainting implemen t j onlvirit- I r KNIGHTS ARE TO- i HOLDSERVICE- s S i To Observe Birth of Thier Supreme r 5 Commander at Their Asylum Si 25rX The members of Winchester Com Tempplag vy I 1 f J s t 4 5 l l l1 CtenuityDe 125 at 3 oclock program for the occasion lia IA arranged and invitations to th have been sent out Tli public is also invited to attend Fol lowing is the arranged program Song by chojr All Hail the Power of Jesus Name Song by choir Onward Christian SoldiersISermon by Rev Geo W Shepherd Song Abide With Me Benediction by Rev C E Crafton All Knights injJaiareurgcd t ineYGRAND JURY IN SESSION 8The grand jury after an adjourn ment for several days was in session lvans principally closing up matters which have been under investigation and onf this grand jury was much heavier than any for several terms and many indictments have been returned IAT Trinity Mission Is to Have Entertain menton Monday EYening Dec 26 at 7 Oclock On Monday Dec 26 at 7 oclock there will be a Christmas entertain ment and Christmas tree at Trinity ssion Mt Sterling pike All friends invited and the pastor Rev Stuart Banks desires to lucanyone bi 1n any poor children who would enjoy the entertainment There will be something there for them The program to be rendered with be as follows nightClcaluInvocation choirdThe Maude Townsend vThe Christmas Story Lobel Ric Song Little Christmas Pictures Nannic Neil Mamie Perkins Alice Rice Daily Patton Della Willis Clay Dywear and Ida Clay Bailey The Bells of Shristums Lily Neils1Jack Frosts Greeting John VebstcrIsHappy Christina ITcrmaJ- ob111Ca Christmas Bells Kervey Pey freyChristmas Gifts Maggie Rice Maude Tp msend Lily Rice 1Ia Webster Minnie Neil Chorus With Hearts So Light etAddress and distribution of gifts Hark the Herald Angels Sing choir Chorus And Now We Say bye ASKS CHANGE EeCharles Forkner Alleges That He Cannot Get a Fair Trial in Clark County Testimony was heard by Judge J M Ben ton Thursday morning pu the petitonof Chas Forkner defendant in a suit brought by Mrs T Q Hag gard for 40000 f9r a change of venue Forkner alleges that he can not get a fair and impartial trial in this county and asks that it be transferred to some other county ad joining Clark PEOPLES FORUM I ii To the Editor of The News So many people have asked me regarding the circulated story relative to the price of gas as quite a number of people seem to be under the impres sioii that with the coming year the raisedn I J1t those apprehensions may be entirely dispelled for raise is eontemr plated Very respectfully yours GAO A GREEN Agt Winchcst eiyivyjiDec1 CtrPrsri11 a rh oi f t E fri OLD BLOODED ASSASSNATIONe Marks Day in Garment Workers Strike Between 1800 and 2000 Strikers Return to Work CI JCAGOb the size of the garment workers strike Was lessened Tuesday violence in coldbloodedowere accredited to the strikers by th policeA conservative estimate of the number of strikers who returned to work as individuals was between 1800and 2000 John Donnelly a driver for ra noii union tailoring contractor was slain at Miton and West Chicago avenues police ltIa wholesale grocery house was held up at that identical spot trod shot through the left arm DonnetIyhadstreet lint careful examination showed that all of the bullets came from the west side of Milton aye ite That two men participated is indi thebulletswagon by Inspector Revere are of 32 caliber while those found across the street by Lieut Dammann are of 3Icaliber EEXTENUATING CIRCUMSTANCE President Taft Holds That Intoxica tion at the Time of Committing Murder Should Be Taken Into Con siderattonr corneto life the sea tence of death passed upon John Wynne at Honolulu President af takes the view that intoxication a the time of committing murder ma be urged in extenuation of the degree of the Grime Wynne who was an oiler on the steamer Rosecraiis was convicted f the murder ofa mint named McKin vesselnharb01- 1n passing upon the case President Taft indorsed the papers in part as follows hiYs i ere was an d opportunity for him to form a pre meditated purpose to kill McKinnon and to execute itnild the element of murder in the fit st degree would be present and require the ver 1diet given But there is evidence that Wynne had been drinking all lay and that when he came aboard his gait wa unsteady and he was in a drunken conditionIt sufficient in my judgment to raise a reasonable doubt whether his mind was in a condition capable of i = t SPECIAL NOTICE it ADVERTISERS AND PA IRONS tti ORDER TO GIVE OUR EMPLOYEES A HALF HOLIDAY THE FbRMS OF THE flEWS CLOSEDaSATURDAY DEC 24 AT jl O C LOCK A M ADVERTIS SATUReDAyS EDITION SHOULD BE HANDED ik NOT LATER fHAN FRiDAY AFTER MOON J =that premeditation necessary to Cop degreeDrurikenhqss time but it may be inconsistent with a state of mind necessary to consti tote it certain degree of Berime con tinues the paper Of course if after determining to commit murder one gets drunk inor Tier Id nerve himself to the deed the drunkenness only points to and con firms time premoditjitiori but where the purpose to kill is formed in a drunken brain the intoxication rebuts neeies degreeThe s ujiis own handwriting OUT AFTER ILLNESS Cal Woodson Moss proprietor of he BrowuProctoria hotel was out hursday morning for the first time i i several days Mr Moss has been onfined to his roont with torisilitis 1S JUSTICE xrOIBLAPK HAND Woman Kidnaper aria Rappa Ital Guiltty JuryYNEW YORK Dec 22 Justice dealt the Blackhand a quick blow in Brooklyn Tuesday with the comic tionin less than six hours ofa worn an kidnaper She is Maria Rappa an Italian 30 years old A jury found her guilty of abetting tlie kid naping of Michael Rizzo and e Longo It was in the womans that the boys were fo1 dThc roomI alty is not less than five earsm prison Sentence will be passed late Win Bealln clerk arrested through a trap set by Jos Petrosino a New York detective in Italy Tues day was found guilty of sending a threatening letter to Dr Marker G Dadirrian of New York City The missive signed Blackhand set forth that inasmuch as Dr Dad irrian had paid no attention to de- mAnds for money your money eau i not save you now You must die j The punishment is a years Jmprisoa ment PiE FIGHTER IS EXONERATED Coroner Says Fighters Take Same Chance tif Death as Football Play ContestaRPHILADELPHIA Dec22uAprizefighter takes the same chance of death as a football player wlen he enters a contest said Coroner Ford Tuesday when he discharged John Kaime a young pugilist fro ni custody and exonerated fllim from tali blame in the death of John Imhof t whose skull was fractured in a bout at the Nonpareil Athletic club last Friday night We dont hold a football team re sponsible for a death and I see n reason to hold a prizefighter adde the coroner The bout which ended fatally was between Imhof who is better known risuKid Gardner an ars when both boys were apparently on even terms Kaime struck ImhofI straightarm blow on the jaw Imhof fell like a log and his head struck the floor He was carried from the ring and aft attempts to revive him were made he was hurried to a Jios dayA r seconds testified that the blow Imhof received was not hard to floor a child They could n MarV what made Imhof fall Charles kus who qualified as an expert jthatNOMINAJION IS WITHDRAWN Appointment of J N Sharp as U S District Attorney for Eastern Ken tacky Taken from Senate WASHINGTON Dec 22The- President Wednesday withdrew the nomination she recently sent to the senate appointing Jas N Sharp as district attorney for the Eastern dis tract of Kentucky No reason given at the White House for tl withdrawal of Sharps name Senator Bradley is understood to have advocated tire withdrawal of the Sharp nomination following tl filing of CImrgesagainstItheprosp ire district attorney It is also known that the Kentucky senator nomilationofIthat it was made principally upon the instance of Representative Edwards of Kentucky Senator Bradley it is understood liar not presented the President with the name of his choice for the district attorneyship of the Eastern Kentucky district President Taft has decided to ap point H Clay Howard of Paris Ky as minister to Peru vice Leslie Combs who has asked to be trans ferred- Mr Howard had been a candidate theI r f 11 Christmas Present y f r I REMEMBER thatthcNews needs yow r you have not paid up Come in on tDay next and give us a ChllstmasPesenfby paying upifor a eara4rf lf 5r Jf+ t kJ1rL ki M lfifi n i J tt i rar ft JI t r rilrsJ JifJ1 aci it iIttr JPw t 1 vr 0 J 11 j 11 itO ti t tos 1 k it tf h 1 t j t l p r 11 t i r Srr i t rt tYa rdjrf aci iIt firr t 10 J t 1 J iLtJ i 1 4 i n i f iJ t J I h l t l1IfT 44 s Jj t aJ 0 v l fllr rJlfC C C McChord of Kentucky and B fL Meyer of Wisconsin were confirmed by tbe senate to be members of the interstate commerce commis sion Mr McGhord by the action of the senates becomes at once a member of the commission as he was named to take the vacancy caused by the KnnppMr Dec 31 when he will take the place of Former Senator Francis M Cockrill of Missouri After a brief session both the sen ate an dhouse adjourned Wednesday for the holiday recess They willcon Gene again Jan 5 In the senate in terest centered in time import of the committees on privileges and elec tions on the charges that bribery had figured in the election of Senator Wm of Illinois The report was uplaterBoth houses received a special urgingdannulling that portion of the consti tution of the new state of New Mex linesdbetween New Mexico and Texas The resolution was adopted by the sen ate Practically all the time the house was in session was devoted to con thejudiciary CAPA TIN LOST HIS BEARING And Norwegian Bark Petra Is Wrecked in Snowstorm and Gale Which Swept Coast HOLIFANS Dec 22TIu snowstorm and gale which swept this coast Tuesday night caused the wreck of the big Norwegian bark Petra bound from Rio Janeiro for Halifax captainSon the dangerous ledges at West Pen rant three miles from Sambro on the west coast of Nova Scotia The crew of 16 reached shore safely al though some of them spent a hard night ill the icy rigging of tHe stand ed vessel In spite of the high seas three of the crew fearing the bark would go Theytostruggle Capt Hanson and the oth er 12 men of time crew stayed by the ship but had to lashr themselves to ofttempted to reach the wreck in boats but were driven back Wednesday when the sea had mod crated Ephraim Mariott and his so Hiram leaders of the little colony oi fisherfolk reached the stricken bark riggingdroppedty The bark is a total wreck DECLARES ARI TALK IS SILLY Major General Leonard Wood Says He Had No Fear of Such a Con tingency lajorGeneralTuesday night at the banquet of Buriiside Pst G A R characterizet the war scare talk as ing that he neither saw any prospec of war nor had any fear of such a contingency but simply had ads o sated acarefltlreorganizu tion of the reIsouo word of three letters which I 1 shall not repeatTime at present is to do the best it can in developing the countrys military resources und organizingtJmilitia1 to ing frr 600 to When the officers who will have been with the militia four years con e back to us we shall receive the ft benefit of the civilians viewpoint something which we like the men nlwaysiikel ys See Royse Bopne before buying your feed We handle the best iij town 125tf rxJ r 1rT Itrllr f t MARKET8 CHICAGO Dee 21Uogs receipts 25000 against 35000 estimat jEhhbgliermixed 7 407 80 good 7fx7 80 rough 7 407 55 light fir 40 n 7 80 Cattle receipts 15000 lOc higher Sheep receipts 15000 10o15c higher Provisions Market ruled strong The buying of about 10000 May lard at the opening sup posed to ue for outside packers gave strength enough to the market to lust during the session The January shorts also added to the slren th Light stooks were thestrongfcattlrc CINCINNATI Dec 21Cattle receipts 333 head active andistrong 1015c higher fair to good shippers 5 25J 25 2503 75 Hogs receipts 3790 head active 1015c higher butchers and ship P ors 7 857 90 G7 90 Sheep receipts 337 heal active 1015c higher 23 75 Lambs strong 1015c higher at 3 750 STATE POULTRY SHOW For the first time in time history of Kentucky a great state poultry show is to be held By tie efforts of Hon M C Rankin commissioner of agriculture the Kentucky Poultry association was formed some months ago and it will hold its first annual show or poultry fair at Lexington on Jan in fo 21 next Premium list and catalogue will be ready for distribution Jan 1and will be sent to any one on application to Secretary Frank L Smith Lexington Iy TO MAIL SU The first of the hew year is ap proaching and every merchant needs tonthe rule It has a large amount of money due on the rural routes and by matt 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 toreachIyou hut it is mighty easy for you to drop in while in town in aSaturday or some other day and give us a few dollars Kindlv remember your sub scrintion the first time you are in Winchester Dont nut it off After the first of the year The- News will be compelled to Cutoff all ubscribers who are in arrears three aretactof the postoffice department Under the rulings no daily paper can be sent throuoh the mails at the reunion rates threest hereforenot want to stop the paper us all ou can and help rightseta rCOOK RETURNED BUT NO LONGER A HERO c22ThlrsdayI F harbor but no longer a hero iiioo LATE TO CUWI WANTED Fifty girls tend women to learn to operate powei sewing machines in a shoe factory to located in thicity Niet clean 300 per week guaranteed Oper illators after beG m l1iex1 erienced can make from nOQ to 1600 per ofneck Please apply i6 person or send your nameagiid street ad1 dress to Lewis R llitmptoniSecre- tarv of the Winchester tJommercial club Fifth floor McEldwuey building Winchester Kjv tii k I 11222f r f 1i J 7 i a r t I ikc + rys f Kys Ffi N v il t r t it fF Ir i 1 i Jt i if i lii r ICi 1 toT ESTERrNEWSr y Y 2 l StTH iCffTR KEW M IOdepett Newspaper 0Ld4 t T tbyTHE CO k yfl Iqq ioratedI t Qflcel I 09JII South Main Street Whiohestery1entucky e t Daily Except Sunday Entered as secondclass matter November 23 1908 at the postofl e t in Winchester Kentucky under the Act of March 3 J 79J Both Dories 91 i n SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Mall Daily o1e year 300 Six Mouths 150 One Month 5 Payable inAdyance 1r i1Mils Pk Racpt EtritD FOR FOREIGN ADV lStirtXnaa JillijLtGENtttAL OFFICES 4iJ Y9ftK AtaD CHteAGo r BRANCHES INALL TWE PRINCIPALCITIES THE SQUTH IN FIGT ION IsaacIhasfi gives Mrs llairietL Beecher Stowq the credit of Jh bringing Ivehtuekv forward in fiction by her novel of tQJsaveral novels among them Temp est and Sunshine tr Tind1 uLenaEivr ers laid Her scenes in Kentucky James Lane Allen and John lox Jr are given due credit for their works as is alspjrrs Alice Hegan Ricqill author of Mrs Wig gs of the Cab bagepatcTi Other authors of lesser note arc given creditable mention We presume that the story was sent us for criticisrmitris a good story well wjratteii Mmt we find errors as follows George D Prentice was the seditor of Louisville Journal and not George G King Sqlomon was a white niauandnot thneglO as Mr Ma rcpsson makes him appear It is s a matter tofr4lfitoryliiat lung Solomon was sold tfvi vagrant and was bought by afreenegio woman HJoQ n If the y20 per cent off on upper PullmanT gives wisdpm but very fete ever know as much us the yqung nuw thinks he knows Col Wattersou writing from Spealver Cannon and deplores t he fact that tlicj next speaker Mr Clark will bo de prived of the power that Ivlr Wat tci son thinks is necessary for the speaker to have Our good friend Jim Allen of thq says that thq first snow of the winter felL on Oct 28 within four days of the earliest record We beg to call the attention of Brother Allen to the fact which he will doubtless on rct ilqction that there was a heavy snow storm in Kentucky Opt 17 1863 We are not lpthcr dabout the It ruction between Secretary of State tier has no fact The loss of Senator Dollivcr of Iowa was a greater than it was first thought The governor up pointed Editor Lafe Young as his successor Sir Young has made such a fdol of himself that all of the editors are humiliated Christmas shouners should not miss seeing the line of toys of every kind at the Hensley old stand before buyintj at your own price frt D ROYSE 12213t When Christmas with winter comes blowin Lid presents to friends you arc shown Tis tIC highest of praise In these merriest days To say thfit you got them from Bowen It Rev Henry Clark and Mrs Wilcox and babies of Paris are the guests of Rev 1 E Black of this city for the holidays tr J n k n r WEVE BEE DJl 9tBgJh rISelling firstclass lumber at second class Prices We plead guilty audi ipropose to keep on doing it possible That s ijpuc plan to makes this the most popular place iu tpwr for disciiminatjigf IY S If yoir area judge of quality in lumber you i arc the one T a want to see and your ought to see us Winchester Lumber and ManijfaQtujcijfg Go 1utUlcjWe Experience Washington coinpliiucuts CynthianuyDeinoeiat remember rhelfirst calamity beautiful wlienevej I IN t lGl 1l0Ni Relief in five Minutes and Perma BagkrWhen Phillips state that they have a remedy that only costs 50 cents quid is guaranteed to cure any man or woman who suffers from food fer mentution or money back what are Vinlchristcrit Food fermentation causes belching sour stomach gas eructation heart burn and that lump of load feeluui as you probably know The name of this most remarkably istamach prescription is MJONA Most people call them MIONA stomach tablets because they knou that therein no remedy so good indigestion or stomach disorders Here is one opinion Ilmvc been troubled with indigos tion for morc than a year I bought one hog of MIONA and it cured me Now I would not be without f box in the house for 500 It save Met of doctor bills when you can bt Hired for centsArthur Seder juest Nichols St Wakefield Mass MIONA stomach tablets COt of cents a box at the Phillips Drug company and druggists everywhere and money back if ithey dont cure See E J Barnes Tot yqucXmas candies and nuts 1212eod2v yr Tlic dmnijuds for otjv Calendars haye bqqn so great tTiijt we have beer compelled to duplicate last years orders three times We still have some left fjr all who will call fop them JOhhTTS ISlJp 1LYCG 1GECI 205 McEldowney Building PICTURES FRAMED At yourowir price this v ltM D ROYSE HensleySlan 12203t CHRISTMAS PRESENT for the old or young is a box of LoW neys candy or a basket of fruit from Mrs Chas R Wests1 confec tioncry 1278tetd Loj r kl wvr a u Jz THE ENTIRE STOGK OF1OC fy o Carpetsr I 1 p ANDR U f GS at titt tQst until January 1st i 7uwin save from 33 131 to 50 cents 5h the cfeolla if you will act quick and buy your Christmas Presents here t r i H tl6xR1 tNft I u ANfv I J l f 0r L r Y r JS v Tf t t VERDIOT FW t f f t tIJD1lnHmPsiitacfc In suit of Obe Howard vs Luke iNIblaelc for daniagesalleged to lime ieensustVine cl iyplaintiffbY reason of stock balouging to defendant killr Ilipg a call tliul iijiying a co be Ipnbring to plaiiitiff the jury Thurs n y morning returned a verdict for the fendnntr TRIALttagainst Rose ittas begun in the Clark IgirguiJ court Thursday afternoon The suit was brjciught by Wilcox for trnnsaet1Qnlmounting EXPlO mN KILLf lO MINER Second t Great Mining Disaster Within Year in Enfliand Brings Sorrow tc Thousands BOLTON England Dcc 22 Morr ban 300 miners lUst their rives Wednesday in an explosion iii the Lit tU ilulton colliery othe llulton Colliery company located utsideo fthis city The explosion lecurredearly in the morning ho l the miners had entered the pit to begin work Its force was tcrrificLand later investiga tion showed that the lower passage iad been blocked Heroic efforts were made by rescuers all day but a fierce ire which followed the explosion prc the rescuers from penetrating beyond 400 yards into the worikngs- At 9 30 oclock Wednesday night all rescuers mere called out of the mine adn a conference wits held at which Government Inspector Gemini the engineers and the mine manager were pre q1t Inspector Gerrard js hued a report after making a d scent alto the pit in which he stated it im fppssible that any of the miners are still alive He added that nothing could be dqne except to bring up 41 bodies found lying near the shaft dhis report ivttwcoinnniuicutod to tae anxious croyd aroiwd the pit month after which the bishop of Manchester conductgd a touching service in the ope nair and the pear le slowly dispersed X6 explanation is thebcause of the explosion which com pletely wrecked the mine This is the second greit mine dis aster in England this scar an explosion hawing occurred in tlC Welling ton colliery at White HaVen Cnrc berlahd off liar1t in which 13 aiincrs were kiUed The explosion Wednesday resulted u the temporary disablement of the machinery whereby the cages are lowered and drawn to the surface and it Ayas Considerable time before the rescue party reached the bottom In HI they brought out eight men still living but mpjjlof them were in ji serious condition from the noxious gases Ten bodies also wr re removel and 40 additional bodies were found partly covered by heavy hulls of coile egllircryllliis Hgenlcnts Capital J10000P Undivided Profits 200000 THE- Winchester Ban O- FWINCHESTER KY N H WITHERSOONt Presitknt VSh R SPHAIZ Cashier t 1 II t SOLICITS YOUR- ACCOUNTS y al l URESFRAMED Atjvbur own ne liis Iteet- 4f D ROtsfer Hensley Stand L2r203t e Xi i f 0 r WINCHESTERLEADING DRYogapDs STORE I f0 CURRYPRY t GODS catq Jift f fl 1i oWlUarrr J q rry Small Parcel vlthelr9 Conveniei o cJ os4h f ff ir Evening t THEFINALas 1 GIFT THOUGHT i The Gifts 01 Dependable Quality or- t and Children ti n t r rn i iJust a levy of the many lie pful for yotar assist in qijft Chposiiig at thisYOUR XMAS SfQ IE tf I Dress Goods 5Cc to 300 yd Wait anti Dress sIo r t SOcto 2QQ fd- a Kid Gloves Ladies or o Ghildrens SUCQ to 409t- o All kid gloves fitted and guaranteed Glovesf r andMittens 15c to v LOO vBon Ton Corsets 30to SOO- w Royal Worcester Corsets 100 to 300 brMuslin Uridergai merits 25c to 10GO 1iSilii petticoats 375 to 1900 Silk Hose 25c to 200 t 25c to 200 Knitted Mufflers and Scarfs 25c to 500 Sweaters Ladies and ris C 50c to 1000 Baby Cloaks 125 to 500 Baby Caps 40e to 125 i Baby Saques 25c to 50c f i t Liixiirious Furs Complete ASScrtment received Monday from the celebrated Miller Factory Every piece as to style workmanship quality and price Muffs and Scarfs sold sept rately or iri match sets 150 to S30 eacht r Gre and many of them just things m WE SATISFIED SMALL rescuer to go into the mine every three hours Toward midnight two mere miners were found alive They wcre terribly burned and in critical conditiont amount Il later that the 40 hodies found had been collected at the bottom of the shaft and will be brought upa soon AVilicker of still rescuers thatUJ16re may tlie CHRISTMAS PRESENTS Omen awaya1 the Auditorium theater Besides seiig 2000 feet of the very best motion pictures every child that buya ticket lor Thursday Friday Saturdays mAtinee will be given nice box of candy The matinee starts promptly at oclock in the afternoon and continues until 43tla sill the admission to all is only oe IVir Dn kin will be heard in new song each night It- EARTH TREMORS RECORDED W 1SIITTf1T0Y doc 22Slighta- rthquake lIrswe Cco e lon tIlis1 tv 1BlanketsBathrobe Blankets 800jBaby Blankets 5Qg to t myCounterpanes my Umbrellas 50c tp 650 miPictureg4WprkmScisEorsMesh Bags 25c to 5O 550Bead 1 5fleBarrettes150Back 100Beauty I S s s tJ ARE PROFITS a as or n 3 a e i w the SQismpgraph uuinversity lucre Wednesday night be gijiniug at l1 p m and lasting until 102 a m The reJ11orswcre- piobably the ftereffccts ofa past carthfiuaKfe Y Store Opeit 1 Every Until Xmas Right Women suggestive attractions iace guaranteed possibleI x f Why ive lines 1 No more substantial Gift All Linen Tabl- eDaulask75c to275 yd Napkins to match 100 to 850 adz yhSuitsregularExtremely abIernovelties notions accessories the justIthis section CURRY DRY GOODS cof fi WITH i t i Phoenix Mufflers assorted colors white black gray navy bines sky BloomfieldCo f f market sold by Royse 3poue Red Star coal is the best on fclfc 126ti t U Bankf p Surplus Fund 2000000 In our short history of a few years we have h oi1t up a busi proucLWe because of the volume to which it has alreadyattained sand the prospects for its future growth We are gratified because we have established reputa tion for fa r dealing vith our customers and friends And we t J1tr t Yell as the rich depositors a We would like very much to have you enlisted as one of our igati44 s 1k tq I t fI i L tJOHN M HODGKI C1Shit irJTL BROWN Prcs 1ll COCKRELL V Pres II J J J t r r ij c u i TH E Wl NCH ESTER N EWS CO BB f v TKE tiTlE I j- IIJTLKE ij j tJp-r t rj fi S i i THEv TI14ECjlJ 1 t v If to secure it l i Z l7fffj you t y i T i t want the pick of Our Holiday Goods you Must tN1 q i Call Immediately i iIt4 t i1t J ri TAILORED SUITS We have Splendid Values in our Tailored Suits They are all now going at Greatly Reduced Prices i l Come also and see our Fine Assortment of f i p PERSIAN SILKS41 f t for Waists Phoenix Mufflers and other accessories If Messalinc Alligator etc n a complete of all kinds of S able Merchandise Silks Wool Goods which i should see before buying elsewhere 1 I CLIFTON ROSSI MiJ Everybody Wants It itk J- Ourr store is crowded all the time with those who are after the A 20000 flV J Amberola Phonograph Only JI two more days before Christmas and 3k then the rush will be over Are you in fa y terested If so better come in now be fore it is too late Of course you have jE all next week to place yourself in line 3r J for the handsome machine but it is much k more to the point to take advantage of Ot Jk our present to you in connection with iw your Christmas shopping w rittRemember we have just what you w 1 OPEN EVENINGS ifik J ttIL C HBowel1ik ittttt SOCIETYi Mrjand Mrs Oil Flynn will arrive ram Wilmington 0 Sunday to spend the holidays with relatives Mr arid Mrs S K llodgkin will leave Saturday for Mrs Hodgkins old home at Sulphur to spend the holidays v Mr Wro Pcake who has been at tending college here has returned to his home at Campbellsburg to spend ttie holidays Miss Jennie Berry Wills left Thurs clay to visit friends in Louisville lllromcaunt Mrs Sam Crawford at Clinton yille s t ififiss Louise Deitrich has returned home rom college to spend the hpli t da s1th her parcuts on Lexington r 1lz i iiI 7Jt 1 li1f 1 irjJ fyr J tit t 1 Z f t avenue tr 4tMjt Mrs Keith Tuggle and children leave tojflm liar Bu lard in Normal Ill to make their future home Mr Less Cotton of Madison coun ty one of the organizers of the Wholesale Grocery riompany was in the city on business Thursday Miss Alice leaves Sal urday to visit her parents in Richmond Mrs Carrie Buckner and her daughter Miss Sue Buckner left Wednesday to spend the holidays with Mrs Buckners son in Now York prW 0 Wilkinson and svifc of GynlOiiaiiaV Ire visiting Mr and Mrs S C Boone and other relatives Ja jif f Y fi WWf j 4 this county M G Buckner and family of IHc arrived on Friday and the family oflf T McEl downey SteriingJTtuisdnyTheir Newton of l forchend is IGarnerhis Mr and Bowcn on Lexington aye line and will remain until after the holidays Mi G A McClure arrived here CitytoMr ajid Mrs J C McClure Mr Mc Clure holds a responsible position withn gasoline engine concern in g BIG CUT PRICES g Christmas NNeckwear offering including QQor3for 100 Phoenix Muffled 38c 1IiMcCORD pHiLdps m tt SlIIFSv tt4lr FANCY SCARFS J See our Fine Line and Crepe Cie Chene Fancy Scarfs Also a Fine Line Plain and Fancy Pocket Books in Leather Skin IiA Also Good Line Brass Jardinieres We have line Season and you BI Edison ij Tllttr1ctnr Qnisenbcrry grandparents and Kansas City Miss Mary Day is nt home from college for the Holidays Messrs Win and Kelly Day have gone on a bird hunt in Rose Hill Va where they are also visiting their grandmother uivr iUUlt A CHANT TO BUY FULL VALUE 12203t CURRY DRY GOODS CO Phoenix Mufilers assorted colors white black gray navy blues sky blue and pink each 39c Co It PICTURES FRAMED- At your own price this week M D EOYSE Stand 12203t t ON i We are every Tie in our store 150 1 75c and 5 Devalues for the small sum of Y L J c a rrr1iiH 3 22 i F r ff 2 v of ofk w a of rr t t t f E i MONEY Bloomfield Hensley a j t 0 THE DOLL CONTEST BYCECurry Dry Goods Co is being conducted upon the fairest and possible policy contest could be conducted This firm will countan ance no other meth odIf anyone has the slightest doubt of good faith on the part of the firm or of any contestant l favorinsenting complaint Writing It will be handed to the con test judgesfor their de ision Curry Dry Goods Co If customer will write her name on the back of Contest Card before card is sent in it will be appreciated by the contestant favored See Roy se Boone before buying inlOIiEet IlleJeaUfulline of chinaware Oldttaj t 4Z Ji w 3- i Y WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR Meniers French Chocolates and Bon Bons Just received a flesh supply direct from the factory i Choice CIGARS in holiday packages 100 up f Also lMEERSCHAUM J BrownProctoria Pharmacy l JChas A Hosey PhG Proprietor r Dont fornet that M D Royse naS everthini in the way of toys at sac rifice prices at Hensleys old stand 1Thisis Christmas ATS PARRISH BRADLEyS f We are headquarters for Christmas Groceries and our stock cannot be ex celled Order early and avoid possi ble delay when the rush comes I Here Area Few of The Good Things That We Have Celery fresh and crisp fresh Turkeys Cranberries Fresh Oysters direct from the Bay Fruits of all kinds Choice Canned Goods foreign and domestic all fresh uVegetablesf Figs Plum Pudding Dried Fruits Cheese Mape Syrup Pancake Flour and in fact everything kept in firstclass grocery store 1TT n 5J B at1Winchesters Largest Store Four Floors p rry Mt t i E r 1t fc c I rFour l1TPaee TUIIIIIrIoII T ri IIrW n 0J 0 A I I Gift Things That Live Long I t 1 Why buy presents that soon become just so notch useless when you can buy something handsome and useful thattwill be long lived at no extra expense We speaK of furniture amountfof money you are prepared to spend you can buy something here that will be appreciated 1 IWoIRON BEDS Dt YENPORTStFOLDING BEDS HOQlsCAS S BUFFETS SIDEBOARDS CHINA CABINETS i KITCHEN CABINETS RuGS CARPET SWEEPERS f BEDROOM CHAIRS and pry pose VERY will You T vr Congressman Make Figtft Bring Matter WASIUNGTON mined fight made Repre s Rainey Illinois lenders bring fowler Melts 1SrROCKING CHAIRS CHAIRStfiNfNG MORRIS CHAIRS HALL CHAIRSrHIGH CHAIRS 4 REED s ROCKERS 1 SEWING ROCKERS CHAIRSICHAMBER SUIT- CIIIFFONIERES CJHFF0ROBES BED COUCHES on a large of PAINTED GHINA DINNER whWwe to CLOSE OUT at GREAT They make Gifts Furniture Henry Undertaking p i i rROOSEVELTSRAILROAD EXPENSE TO BE PROBED Rainey to De termiiieri to Before Congress tj Dec 22Actcr will be by nta tHc of one of the Democratic the questioii of President loose squarely be fore cbiigljcss i ROCKERS LEATHER REVOLVING Y lOne of the stockholders of the cl1 wrote Rainey that if Col Roosevelt Iud paid for all trrnsportalion furnished hint on his orders while he was in the White L arise ifllouldhac cost him 75v 000 on that line alphe and the data furnished Rainey lie says include estimate of 120000 as the amount that Col Roosevelt as a matter of right owes the Pennsylvania railroad recent resolution demand ing information as to all of Col Roosevelts traveling expenses while The Most Sensible Christmas Gift You can give hus band or your boy is a Suit or an Overcoat He will surely appreciate it and not only will it give him pleasure on Christmas day but will make hint happy all the time that he is wearing it We a splendid line of liens and Boys Presto Overcoats from 500 to 1500 Also a fine line of Suits from 150 to 500 i t Willie to your interest tq visit our store before buying elsewhere i tA Harris f Friedmant 14 Main Street Winchester 1 KJV i i l u Natioiw1 Pa dup CaPita110000CJ SurPus X31000 W S LttITV UKStTSINJtSS We will iye you courteous treatwent and attend jromptly andv carefully to stfbttjess entrusted to us H Jp Simpson iPres r A H Hampton C stiles T F Phillips Vpresi j w Asst Cashier ititit rtl f i da Vi thiIt c Iy A fIi i it ltj1 l 1f tff r t r r itr j I 7 Weve made great preparations for the Holiday trade Never before has our store contained so many attractive of ferings and never before have we been in a position to offer so much for your money Comeasee what weve gathered Here are a few of our special offerings from 1a big store full BABY CRIBSrLADIES DESKS i ODD JDR SBERSc PILLOWS FRAMED PICTURES PARLOR PURXITURE HAT RACKS r PEDESTALS J SHIRTWAIST BOXES DRESSING TABLES o DINING TABLES TABLES PARLOR TABLES LIBRARY TABLES HandPainted chinbWe have hand line HAND SETS other a see them H Ha WINCHESTER KENTUCKY J to traveling expenses Railway an Rrineys your have Boys iIt t Citins kl Poynter valuainexchange KITCHEN he was President has brought out lIlarge correspondence including letters from a number of railway stockholders who agree with Mr Raineysja view that the railroads should not be saddled with the expense of the spe cial trains and specialcars ordered from the White House telY1afterom from further consideration of his res olutonir as he expects that the committee pigeoholes the measure CINCINNATI FIRE COSTS 2OOQOOdrShoe District of the Queen City Scourged by a Disas trous Blaze j CINCINNATI Dec 22 Three hu man lives and property valued at 2000000 ivas the toll taken by a fire that mowed a Tshaped swatch through the heart of the shoe manu facturing district of Cincinnati early Wednesday giving the fire depart ment the hardest fight it liar had since the burning of the court jioue in1884and threatening death aril devastation over a radius of several city blocks Every fireman in the city department and every piece of apparatus that Was fit for service spent five hours in the most desperate and ap j patently hopeless battle with the lames that has ever been waged in this city The dead are Robert Gear pipe man Engine Co 4aged 30 skull fractured Walter Morris aged 18 laOS Main street skull fractured Selnvengel laddcrman Hook and Ladder Co 15 killed in ruins o f Sycamore Street Stable company Dent forget that M D Royse has eti ef thinn in the way of toys at sac riftc prices at Hertsleys old stand 122131 t ERS SALE Clark Circuit Court The Winchester Building and Saying Association plaintiff vs Dock Piggs defendsatits By virtue of judgment and order of sale of the Clark circuit court rendered at the December term thereof 1910 in the above cause for tire sum ofcigfir hundred and Iweh 82519JIni1bercosts herein X hall proceed to offer for sale attlie court house doori i Winchester Ivenliicky to the highest bidder at public auction on the 26ih day of December 1910 at 2 oclock or thercajboiil being cotultyyx ouSt t1iir n tail Clehtlo lot inotttll t Uic fdHowingdescribed property 16 t r t JflgoL J r t SIDE TABLES WORICflABL GS oJ JARDINIERES PARLOR LAMPS l1IIRRORS MATTRESSES LACE CURTAINS PORTIERS CARPETS fTOILET SETS CIHNA CUT GLASS- COSTUMERS Crockery REDUCTION beautiful Christmas should I Manufacturing GOMMISSIOr TABOURETTES wit A certain house and lot situatedon Jackson street in Winchester Ky nd fronting thereon about 50 feet and running back in a westerly ctionre n distance of 140 feet more or less and being founded on the north b the property of John W Cbniptoii oil the eat by Jackson st reeton the south by the property of Frank Anderson r purehtsetbearinglegaluntil paidnail ha the force and eucct ofa jtuhgttieu- tBidders wUI be prepared to comply promptly with fhcsp terms J TSTOKEI1Y CllIJlf Plaintiff 3IjIshopping for your children Hertsleys edlprICcs12213t Phoenix Mufflers assorted colors white block gray navy blues sky blue and pink each 39c Bloomfield S Co It TOYS WANTEDI i Anyone havingtoys itt4ey want to donate to fife Associated Charities are requested to send to the office in ing the Fraternity building Friday mow DONT FORGET A corijpletc stock of fine Furs ar rived Monday Guaranteed correct in style vorkihansliip quality and price CURRY DRY GOODS CO 122131 Christmas shoppers should not miss seeing the beautiful line of toys of every kind afthc Hensley old stand before buying +at your own ROYSE12213fc Xmas nuts and candies at Barnes Everything guaranteed 1212eod2w E J BARNES v FIRST POSTAL BANK rIDDLES 1iO Ky Dec 22 The first p sfal shving hank in Ken tn jky4will be o sued here for bnsi nessJiin 3 lOll The post fficeil1 Middlesboro was designated by the postmaster generaTas the first place in 1CCntllekyit ia thought on account Itfsq Tnanypcople pf foreign nation iality workiiig herein the coal mines i itl q 4r di1 W rx t 1r NOTICE I will not pay any hills charged to me without an order from me R II Xlbott12132w A f JV u i is V 51 We have been in this in rti for rs anrf by many r points in th coal trade whi k ibaervean bod n IJ Rp i8Tlfl SUPPLY GIVE HIM PAIR OF- SHIRLEY PRESIDENT VPEN FOR CHRISTMAS r1IHE alonesood enough 6r7xir- v customers business Vincheiter lnahyyc fiaffe learned experience GOAL Cl DE SJYourgift boxes decorated with beautiful designs Ask to see them whether you buy or not SHIRLEY PRESIDENT SUSPENDERS are the kind with the Sliding Cord Back comfort rietbeif he were buying them himself HotidayBoxesto us hate color preferred and whether light or perpairCkiristiRS u I If would like three beautiful Art Panels ere lOaM alvcnisinv for framing prod 25 ants for he Prcridcmt Calendar THE ft A EifiARTON MFG CO 333 Main SL Shirley Mats itj RED Sf Aar4- I The quick burning bigfe block long flame Bedf Ash Coalthe best domes tic fuelwe guarantees 4 every loa- dROYSE t 6 BOON Winchester Both Phones 1 t IReadSacrifice SalelI4rr v i f ti i aNlial sxa M7D Royse has purchased the entire stockof Frant Henslejy oii North Main street and is offering it at 1 f Sacrifice Prices tait u j L Itif t Every department is complete the stbcli being 1i wt+ and uptodate The store YiJ1 be opens to customersv beginning f V Wednesday Dec 21 II tit Christmas buyers will do well to inspect the displa Y of fine 0iieenswarei Chinaware Sweaty Coats Und errw wear Toys and innumerable other J it i 111gbGradeArticleS r c i jr r yourowiivpiiceiduring this sale t y j i Dont fail to take advantage of this r RareOp orUDllxr 0 f i S OiJ S rtitlr i h I I TLL I r ex i J r r r7 v I I d0r vs x riI I j c L s c C27t i rn + 2 c a rirL M 1 fWeak Overworked WQmiiI4f Who are broken down and made invalids by the drudgery never ending household cares and duties of overfrequent bearing and nursing of childern and many other cares burdens and strains which the weaker sex hate to bear are deserving Qf profpunfl sym i pathy But while sympathy is commendable what these unfortunate women most need ist good honest sg aredealativeTonic h StrcngthgivingNervineand Regulator One compounded and carefully adaptelTTo act in harmony with woman s pecuiaraeii tate ever sensitive organization Who so well fitted to select carefully proportion the ingredients and compound a remedy for the cure of these distressing and often painwracking weaknesses and derange 7 iiients as the carefully and thoroughly educated and regularly graduate 4Pjjy sicjan wlto r has had a long and successful experience in treating just this class of cases Y Dr Pierces Favorite Prescrition f1 t THIS IrED ICrrrc IS t I t t1 TIlE ONE REMEDY Now andlfoKover 40 years sold by druggists for Womans I Peculiar Weaknesses and Distressing Ailments gotten up by one having all of the above qualifications v ftr TB ONEREMEDy which absolutely contains neither alcohol which tp mqst Women is rank poison noi injurious or hsbft forming drugs THiB ONE REMEDY which issd perfect is its composition and so good in its r j 0 7 curative effects cs to warrant its makers in printing its every ingredient as they do on its outside wrapper verifying the same under solemn oath c Inl all the above most important particulars the Favorite Prescription stands absolutely 11oncin a cross all by itselfas womans most reliable and trustworthy tedWi of esstl1d distress It is a pure glyceric extract made from American curative robots f found by tirn experience most valuable in curing womans weaknesses and derange 6 ments The Tedders in allch6Olof medical practice have endqrsed taclof its ingredi f nts as of the best known remedies for the cbrnpHcafed affections for wJ ic4 it is recom mended These poftssz endorsements should count for far more than any number of tf lay testimonials A booklet full of them sent free on receipt ofname and address WORLDS DISPENSARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION RV Pierce M D Pre Buffalo NY i jsiJIas shnnners should not cf eVO YkiPd at ths Hcnsley old 1 Price M D ROYSE nJIS t l1g the beaut lul line of toys eland befcrq buymqat your own i22i3t SS il HERE FOR CHRISTMAS GIVING I visit to our store will prove Our Modern Hardware Store offers rs much that exceedingly appropriate jforgift gx VlllgEIiI EISSI tIi Razors and Ra QPi Straps 1 Something for boy op girl man or wriia JII1f- h i Wont You Call and Let Suggestions Help You 11m I ROCHESTER WARE SPECIALS 1 6 Baking Dishes 250 to 600 50 to 350 6WaltersJ 200 to 400 Coffee Pots 85 to 250 15 ICarvIngKnives and Forks50c to 12 Per Set fITTpa SpQons25c to 2 Per Set table SpoonsSOc to 4 Per Set CS A Malleable Coal Range or a Buck Gas Rangeinathe heart of the h the Who l i f1delights I wLI COME TODAY WHILE THE STOCK IS COMPLETE- I r1GRUBBS BENTON y and It t V 1t f f t MAINl tfa1 J I1II = =t i M P M qpJ PJ4 M c 7 r t SI 1f v Y 555S SS L 1 = FINALGIFT5l TflUNIVERSIY t swie byJchn D Rockefeller Siimj of 10000000 Will pe aiil1n Yearly Installments Iy 11 CHICAGO Dec 22Jolm D Rockefeller has completed the task he 3j2b fqr himself Jn thjrfoumlijig ot the University ot Chicago Tuesday public announcement wasmadp of to Single and final lOpDQOQO gift LhH r includes all the jorijtrjlnitions that Mr Rockefeller hal planned to JWia 4 J jflk9 to the itniversjly sum i1iic1iAio be paid in beginiingj11IinatQly 3oQOOQOO that MrlioeJe feller has given the university Mr Rockefeller says he now bc liuYCis that the sdiool shpuld be sup ported and enlarged by the gifts of many Iather thai those qfn single etterIslaiids the limit of his conteinplaie1 assistance The lOlt1liflFips departments he trustees its he s ys funds may be furnished tyy otlj friends of the university Bpto llv prjis0iit nearly 000000 has boot given to the univetsity in addition li Air Rockefellers gif- tscplcsFORrPURE XMAS 1 f can beboughtaf Mrs Chas R frujtfireworks f 127Sfceod MTSTERUN NEWS MT STERLING Kyt Dec 22 The resilience of Mr David Salyer near Jetrrso1llIcthi county was comjiletely dstroyed hj fire togethei with all of the contents Tuesday aft ernoon The loss is 2500 covered by insurance In the same iiieighborhood and about the same lioilr the ftamc residence of Sonny Robinsoji was alsp badly damaged by fire hut part of the contents were saved It is not known whether Rob inson Imtl any insurance or not II firerjgiiJntedhave been caused by defective flues Arthur Richardson carrier on Ru ral Route No4 lias again assumed his duties andWQ Stephens sub stitute will engage in business Jtr Richardson has been a severe sufferqi from rheumatism for several months aliieli forqqd Jiim to tike a layoff In County Court Judge Allen Mc Cormiqk refused to allow the will of George Barry who died in Coloradt a shpiF time ago to lie probated Tin will was an unusual one The testator after giving his mother a sinnl amount left 1500 to his wife aiu then devised that the balance of tli estate valued at G00Q be spent fo u monumeivt to he created over hi grave Heirs cpntcstcd and claimcc1 that Barrys ill health occasioned In consumption had incapacitated hin frpm making a will afld Judge AfcCor tuick sustained their contention goodft212eod2w IL J BARNES YOUNG MEN WANTED Government Pays Railway Mail Clerks 800 to 1400 a YparFrce Scholarships Are Offered Uncle Sam holds examinations foi railway mail clerks po toflice clerk or carrier custom house and depart mental plerks Prepare at once foi the coming examinations- Thousands of appointments are tc be made Common school educatioi is all you need city and country pee plo have equal chalice Start to pre pare npw free information Free scholarships this month Write im mqdiatcly lo Central Schools Department A38 Rochester N X PURE XMAS CANDIES can be had at Mrs Chas R Wests confectionery 1278teod us We are making special price on ii you want pictures framed see all framing Winchester Paint Wall Paper Company 12VlOtf Here is the place to do your Xmas sJipppjnij for your children Kinsleys old stand at reduced BFJfiqs MD ROYSE 12213t We have the veiy best feed on flic bqfqrebuyii Red stat cqal is tile beat on the mai1vetrs6ld by Royse Bopne ii k 125- is- I Sik t sbisibiLc Dec 25 T93 0 T rif RJ rTlq SERIES Text of the lc Lu e 62- 0r4epryv scs 13 IJrGoldon Text Li e4ii 11 Cpmmortjsry Prepared by Rev D H Stearns As tie review suggested for odiv Is wholly concerning some events in tbe last week of Ills earthly sojourn His death and Ills resurrection vi inipotd better thaji to take till Christmas lesson suggested as Iii was made of a woman made under the law to redeem them that were under the law Gal Iv 4 5 This was all iji the fiilljjess of time and when another fullness of time shall haye cqme He will dome again tq fiiJ fill all that Is written 6f His kingdom and glorv as HtvraJJy ai at nistirsi coining He fulfilled nil that was writ ten His humiliation All nations will be moved as far as need be to bring about the events connected with His return as at the first Caesar was moved he knew not why tp decree that all the world should be enrolled A Jewish decree would require only the men to go Ex xxiii 17 but it is evident that the Roman decree re quired yptaen us well as men Had He been put to death by the Jews it would have been by stoning but life prediction required crucifixion IPs xxii lOt cud the Romans were in powder fit Hig death as well as at His birth that all Scripture might be fur filed Dr Pierson says that all history Is HIssfory and it must be true that nil events in nIl nations are work ing out the cternil purpose whjch has been purposed in Christ Jesus Dpubtless mazy a Jewish woman coveted to be the one of whora Isa Vii 14 spake but It was reserved for this humble maiden of Nazareth to be Ujiis honored It had to be some one of the tribe of Judah and the birth had to be In Bethlehem Get xlix 10 iJ v 2 This had keen decree Ctl tunes befortyea before the world was So they came tp BetljlQhem to tlje same city to which Ruth qamo with Naomi and where David after ward kept his fathers sheep But the guest chamber wns not ready there was no room for them in the inn These words InnneJ guest cham ber verse 7 and xxii l1jurc the same wprds and I think used only in these two places Look it up I have no Greek concordance at hand Can you truly say There is room in my heart Lord Jesus Aoom for Thee or From the story of liagar in Gen xvl all the way to Rev xxii 1C how fas cinating Is the record of heavenly min istry by those who hearken unto the voice of Ills word and do Ills pleasure Ps cjii 20r21 How comforting till assurance of Heb i 14 that they are still ministering to us and have con stant access to our Father in heaven Olatt xviii 10 In our last lesson on his resurrection I noticed but think did not write it that He did not show Himself alike to the chief priests and to Pilate but only to Ills own fol lowers who as a rule were the lowlj ones of earth So here the angels come not to any great opes of earth but to those who as to their occupation followed In the steps of Abel Jacob Moses David and others I often think of Zeph iii 12 will also Jeave in the midst of thee an afflicted and poor peo pIe and they shall trust In the name of the Lord and also of Matt v y Blessedare the poor in spirit for theirs is tim kingdom of heaven How precious are the tear nots of angels and of the Lord from GensIs to Revelation But they are only precious as we appropriate them and in them hear His voice to us individ ually Docs the saying good tidings of great joy still hold good If ro where are the joyful people who re joice with joy unspeakable and live to make the tidings known to all people Then hear the multitude of the heav enly host as they praise God and say Glory to God in the highest and oa earth peace good will toward tqen verse 14 Note that glory to God must be first always whether it Tf church or missionary work or individual service The Lord alone must be exalted We must cry as the ser aphim and cherubim do Holy holy holy is the Lord of Hosts Holy holy lioly Lord God Almighty Isa vi 3 Rey iv SI That will stilt our society denomination or church com pletely but of sight if only the earth may be filled with His glory All offerings like those of the wise men will then be unto Hiiii rather than unto any particular work for the works sake All our service and even our eating and drinkingshould bctoI the end that God may in all tblu l glorified through Jesus Christ 1 Pet iVi 11 I Cotx31 The angels went away into heaven verse 15 It sounds easy but who can do it Men are being honored by nations today if they can stay a few houcs in the air and move from place to place The shepherds unquestionIngly believed the angels mrssage went and fount a they had scid and then made It known abroad glorifying and praislpg God for all the things they had heard mils el The people wondered ns they heard but Mary kept all iu her heart and pondered them It is only as wi keep in our hpnr stllll ponder the things pC Ctod that we will be id any degree liecefiiedi Itis only as we muse that the flre wilt buni ind we Vjiyi Sfleak i1J111tay PS n rtP axxxix 3 Job x xxii T trrtfi Jt f lU r Whin Need of 1 PLUMBING TINNING All Kinds of Repairing Work t Gas Chcndclicrs MCGJ ittEst Tenn Maplemt1 OPERA H0USE 3 Nights Commencing 22 ndr jsday Dec Johnny l1t JEjIa aivin Presenting a f ries of New York Musical COIIJ Successes iiicludjfgS A BeJI BOyiITheM 1l Quetiqn- Zira t 1 From Turk- ey25PEOFLE25 Special 00foot carload bequtiful scenery gofgcous costumes woncler ful mechanical effects dazzling elec tric effects EERVGirl a Beauty a Hit Each bill is npi to a standard of any 15Q musipalr comedy but will he prqseijtqd jiere at Popular pric- qs25c 35c and 50c Scats Now en gie Strcdcs Drug Store SHE UthToi1- IUMPictureThafre Continuous performance daily from 3304o 4c30 and from 7 to 10 p in Music by sopgsbypictures and new songs every day ADMISSIOM 5 Cents iSee Royse Boone before buying J Iiownt Special prices on pictures during December Winchester Paint Wall Paper Compaiiy 1210tf DRINK PPJ 4i0More Than Wet wrr IEIDBBAMPrONl Cashier R Clark County National BankEe- tHhod 1865 h r Accounts of Merchants Farmers and Traders Sfllcjted Collection Made on Points C2 pital and Surplu- s3qo1pqpQ i FSS WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS ifIThe oldest and les t institution the counK is the Winchester Roller tills Why not use hma flo rrth bsst made Kerr pecfcction anJ White Pearl flour has no eaupL Wcjiavc the vciy best feed n the market Come to 5ccius before btfy Tnsr 125tf Ghristnias See the line of pictures at the Winchester Paint Wall Pa Do you rant something tasty for per Company 4210t 4 i The Philosopherof lolly- Its bard tpifafHefe spy fr 1atsays te P l ofcgr of tqUy but more than likely lou wreiCecoci- dired ahaattoliebkby lJt 4 t l Jr r t rrir CLASSIFIEDQthMN CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT Ic a wara fur a g ititter- 2c a word ior three cpnsicutivt M- sertioBS l2C a word for each addtlwai sertlon lOc a word p er mgnth plcinsprtlotHothlng inserted 3lesscents Nothing or bucjs for less than 25 cents FOR RENT Handsome twostory residence of 10 rooms all modern conveniences and outbuildings best location Piice p jer mouth Modern residence of 7 rooms furnished Has bath gas etc This is yuur chaijcu to strpt to jhgusekccp iug for 30 Price 30 per month We have a mtinbcr of smallcot tigpi rent frojn 1Q p ijinonth up Jffjce In McQdovni 7flpgr Horns Phone 728 East Tens 2S u ROOMS FOR RENTTo parties without children Mrs II C Bcd ford 130 College street 122131cod v FOR SALEA nice Ghiekeriijg piaiiy in firstclass condition Apply tg Vcnaid 0yqii 122i3t WMJgP 100 pponlA tq buy Phofe nix mufllcrs for 38c at l1 Cord V Phillips 12204t SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN for any magazine or nqwspapgr published Clubbing offers a spec ially Catalogue on rectricftt Southern Mrgazine Agency Clark B Tan tier manage pistolTice box 434 Q 1C phone iV41 WirdjcsterjKy Ii23lf FOfi SALE IIarncss saddles bug gy robes horse blankets horse cot lars etc E A Louiy No 7 E Broadway 3123lrno VW Bush Company FIRE ANO TORNADO INSURANCEWINCHESTER jfcY OFFICE McElDOWHEy BUIlDiNG Phone 145 t PEHDLETOH RUH f BUSH Attorneys atUwj 5tl Flue McEldprney J3oUding Winchester Ky LEWIS R HAMPTON Attorney it Law tllCtl 5th FloOr McEiduwney Baildijc Special Attention to Collections Winchester Ky L M STEVEH3PH Attornty at m rnS gala St WIpcer Ky SHORTHAND Standard Pbonograpby the shortest legible shorthand Taught by a course of individual iessong the best mqtljod pfi teaching known J C Lary 234 S Highland street Home phone 737 Lea ding Magazines AN- DWKLYPA9ERS SUBSCRIENOW If oltllic not yet renewed your old subscription do it immediately so as t9 lose no nijrahers I can meet any price quoted by arty agencj Call or write fqr my new cafalogi WALLER BEAN fhiIipStandfc dto r See the beati fut line of china war I 3t your OWN prfowat HMcteysi tM stand before purciasinj 12 l3t MDROYSE r 1f 1 1i l i- cr l 11A4 ri I rs r fx7nyk r is a f fi Jif fr i 4 S ff ryL 7 tr f k1 1 t t 11IftU ESTER NEWS i ro liij04W- C IiiWYFuitOakest Made bjr the best chefs of The Nay is tional Biscuit Co i tlfiS Cakes 35cts 5lbfM0s 150- I l t Packed in tin boxes 1P4ir Yf7heW Waiting WE AND LINE OF Ifl Xmas Candiesif v4 tr i lbsthintheckillreiat ntli OVER 100 VARIETIES poundfBuy while the selection is complete F BananasrAPPLESExtraf fancy Jumbo Bananas 20c doz Tearmain 3 for I0c 40c doz forFtsExtraffancyRtissetts50c peck OrangesFancy Spys 50c peck atFlorida Tanacrines or Kidglove on Oranges 3 for Oc35c dtiz t l 1Phones 1HaCORE LOSE- t HEIRS LIVES 1 1 I i tGreatFfreinAhiladelphiaWednesdayN1ght f 4jf PHILADELPHIA Dec 221 lC11stoY North Bodine street More than a have been taken to it is that at least 12 are still the ruins of the Of those taken to the half a dozen have skulls findare injured The of are slight It was first that Chief Barter of the fire was among those still but while he was injured he be ing carried down by the falling malls the south wall of the big crashed down upon them At the time there were at least 35 men Is so handy to hold all her cherished y trinkets all her And it a handsome of furni too You a Chiffonier but felt you not Among the delightful and satisfactory f r i be a fine or r aiEilasy for the Head of the or two or three to fill that gap in your rpom and holiday we have 1 vr h XtNlMa tJ fI i f r g Lt if if f y L ft i Forj i l fBIG CHRISTMAS OFFERING IN GOOD EAT lprHE LARGEST MOST COMPLETE Vi DIFFERENT ijF early White Nqrtbera 18coroofoUlers estimated in structure hospitals fractured internally chances recovery reported department in thruins escaped Jheflamesdwellings building MY LADIES T CHIFFONIER daintiest fineries isjsuch article tune nayhave wanted could afford howmuchz rt Christmas presents rthe home would Dining Room Table Chair house chairs Come seewiiit goods B JctonWinchestrKyif rr z1f WhattMacNelilWeathers THINGS TO itdoz Florida Orangesr We were fortunate enouh to obtain our oranges this year f om Mr Vie loonihel herog shipped direct to us from his grove at Daytoisia Florida There is nothing en the m rket that can compare With this fruit for flavor We will cheerf uljy replace any bad oranges mil box v 200 175150 126 Sizes 25c to 40c boxYt Nothing You Can Buy Will Delight the Children Move Than Fire WorksW- ealways carry the most complete line in the city of Roman Candles Firecrackers Skyrockets torpedoes gnd many other Pyroteehmcal Displays l i too numerous to mention on lhesebuildiugs and all were car ned down Four men were later tak en out dead Twelve were able to extricate themselves from the mass of brickS and twisted girders but it is thought 20 men aye still ju the ruins seriouslyinjured talk with thei rbrother firemen whc are bending every effort to resbue them Tie north wall of the burned struc tare is still standing but it may fall nt any moment If such calamity should occur before the men are dugout it is probable that all would be crushed to death MARRIAGELiCENSE County Clerk A Boone Wednes day issued marriage license to Mr Bennie Barnett of Powell and Miss Mattie Dawson of Clark county BOARD OF EDUCATION The board of education will meet Thursday night in their regular probablyance to come up Dont forget that M D Royse has everything in the way of toys at sac at Hensleys old stand 12213t fJo to Rose Boone and get DEMOCRATS ARE NOW IN DeIMeeting at Louisville LOUISVILLE Ky Dec 22 jhouyille Thursday in attendance at the meetingof the state executive at miftec iThose seeking nominations for the various State offices were much in evidence nmouJbgthescmingling- the crowd bemgJIs B McCreary Wm 0 Head and John K Hehdrick j J Your Wife or Sweetheart Will r Appreciate a Nice Box of Candy lFor Xnuus Present See our wonderful suggestions All sizes ranging from 70cio 500 Also Hiss llolladays Famous homemade Candy jut up in Xmas boxes fr r t fIk li a J a e h r a IrlHenrBot yorth foiynditor PsfJGarnetimna L 1IL aiifr o attorney geficnIJos C lran MfltV for treasurer Bnrksdale Hamlet and C LitUgll for state superintendent of public ins rueta6VflrV1CF Cre celius for secretary of state and Congressman Ollie M James of the First clistrict whp would like to sit in the Uliited States senates MtlJQugh ithasbeen claimed that Mr MeCre ary and his friends were tictive in trying to bring about a pri mars no intimation of this preference countymanon the question In discussing the probable actidn of dbe committee Mr McCreary said I know every member of the state ft IB IB IB IB believe all sure will the of of the any by prices old 1 If dies Christmas Slippers The quality style and price are suited to Z ot and the qL aaiesjdbiit overlook the facttjiat our line of lSAMPLES Ill in sizes 2s tp put on sale at a LESS THAN COST to Produfce GREENORGOLDSTtsWITH EACH PuRCH1i iFit h4 t J e Mi ii S1t rkfjtl f tSIr orMan i i l t 11tI ttl k 4L t tt 2 t1 1l o D r 1VE BEAUTIFUL r AT Also we have brought on for Hol Kumquats or Japanese Oranges At 30 qt i STRICTLY 1910 CROP Mixed NutsGUARANTEED TO 90 PER CENT GOOD We buy our nuts from one of the largest importers iII the U S in the original packages ias they are shipped from old country English Walnuts lbe Jumbo Pecans lb 25c Almonds lb 12bI Brazil Cream Nuts lb 20c Naples Filberts lb Mixed Nuts lb 20p THESE WILL PROVE SATISFACTORYI ANICEABASKET OF FRUIT Xmas Suggestions J Makes an acceptable Xmas present 4Crown Layer Raisins 20c roo An attractive Basket Fancy Seeded Raisins I2J2C FOR 100 Layer Figs I5c and 20c lr Consists of New Dates IOC l 0 1 Grapefruit Cleaned Currants I5c ibr0 j Fresh Cocoanuts Dc each 6 Western Apples Cape Cod 15c quart 1 lb Surmua Figs Shelled Pecans 60c 1 lb Dates and ttlo iShelled Almonds 60c ibI di r 1lb Mixed Nuts Shelled Walnuts 60c t iVIacNeill Weathgr The Home OILP reiFoodfi a SESSION iuiji executive committee and bstlDter1Cstthey decide question Yitheyit to the wisdom committee DcmoIch1t heartily support action taken the committee See the beatiful line of chinaware at your own at Hensleys purcasing12213t D ROYSE ft oWanted uSTOMERStoseetJ the eye the Jp pocketbook F CTORy III V 4sae price the TTVftIVQ the h iJ i rf HAVE FEW HOLLYWREATHS 2Sc the idays per 1 CRACK the L Tarracona or FEW Oranges Cranberries 19 J I ks Building ain StreetJ I t MiSS ALICE LLOYD TO BECOME EDITOR f IndependenInto t MAYSVILLE Dec 2It is reported here that Miss Alice Lloyd one of the leaders of the Burley To bacco society movement in the near future will take charge of the Daily Independent of Maysyille and turn that daily into a fullfledged tobacco journal in the interests of the tobacco growers of Mason and adjoining Lloyd is to have the backing of several prominent financiers of Maysville it is understood Just when the change will be made cannot be learned 5 All cards in doll contest to receirj credit must be here by 6p m Deer 23 CURRY DRY GOODS CO g 12212t Here is the place to doFour Xmas shopping for your children Hensleys old stand Everything at reduced J prices M D ROYSE 12213ti C ftoloa t of the Red Star coal the best in town 12 5tfi Seen about that insurance yetf Its a bad policy to put it offr better have us write you a policy one of our companies every one Hof which is ofa substantial excellent g character hr Xmas fires will soon commence the Xmas Tree fires etc Take the hint and permit us to ii isure you against fire loss r IFraternityI Christmas SlJWreathSr In many Artistic Ways j ti foraCenieteryWreath for you Christmas morn L And jpt Cltrisb1tdsTrees we can please you in size rt and price f r tile WPlacqyourPlants bf bpifiing and decorative to please all cSmttr tdwi r J Poole PQrll8nt v ftpera House Block t Jt t Affair tt1 dJI i i F s it ftp tchlo Yrsf Ajx li T t sr