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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iY J fi 7 jl i Ii ImEDITIONo i l 1 III 11111111 1111 i I 1 STORE ENTERED j BY BURGLARS it J Entrance Is Effected Throuqh Front VvWindew and Candies Fruits and Hardware Taken v 1 1 The storeroom of Mr Bruce Wadd q North Main street was entered by burglars during Thursday night of early Friday morning and a lot f goods taken An entrance was effected by break- Sing put a front window aiyi the work seems to be that of amateurs A Jot of candies fruits nuts and hardware was taken The police departmenth was notified Friday far no clew as to the identity of the guilty parties has been found GOBBLER ATTACKS i CHIEF WOODS MID Who Makes Attempt to Put an End to Nuisance Will Take Law in His ItMrfortunate Thursday night when a se rious clmrge was brought against thtto discharge their duties and inflict a penalty The complaint Was made by Chief of Police M Cord who charged the jailer with harboring a vicious tur key gqbbler on the jail premises The turkey vas brought in from the coun Stry several days ago and placed in the jail yard The chief alleges thtt as he passed the coop in which it is kept the gobbler poked his head out and endeavored to peck him There were other complaints also coming from the fire department and other sources about this gobbler and the chief thought it was time to put an end to the nuisance- isJudge Pendleton when application was made by the chief for a warrant to issue it the it tjefuscd on1 ground- that Mr Mullins was his friend and J stated that l e would not issue a warrant for him under any circun r stances City Attorney Haggard re fused to prosecute Mr Mullins on J r1be ground that they were relatives t and besides he said that he under J stood Mr Mullins was going to di vide- After the appeal of Mr McCovd had been turned down by the cty judgq and city attomey he notified Mr Mullins that if the gobbler tried V to bite him again that he would take the lawin his own bands and kill it and would also advise the other corn- r plainants to do likewise J GRAND JURY i ffV The grandjury which has been in Jesslon since the first of the month its business Thursday after j noon and adjourned Before ail c journing it returned the following indictments Joe Mance1 nuisance- Emma Ray nuisance Melissa Brad ley nuisance and Made TUcCaffery nuisane COURT DAY DINNER The ladies of the Central Btxptirt church will serve courtday dinner Monday in the Opera House blocl The patronage of the public is so licited x r ENFORCEMENT OF THE TRUANT LAW t J MtJ H Woodward truant Officer- JeReports That Judge Evans Refuses i AitoTakc Action ti At the board of fJ education Thursday night a resolu j lion was adopted directing that an inveiJligation bemndens to why Xi unty Judge J II Evans will not enforce the truant law- r Mr J M Woo lWard truant of- ficert reported that during the past- few weeks he had taken boys before the judge who would not go to school 4andwhiosc parents had stated to him that they could not do anythingwith them He stated that he had taken the same boys before Judge Evans several times and each time he would say that the next time they came before him he would send them to the T reform schpol until now the boys p In i i 1W f tt ET T l THE WINChESTER NEWS WEEKItreated the matter as a mere joke He said that the boys that had been taken before Judge Evans would lay out of school and were the kind that commit eed thefts and the only place for them was the reform school He also stated that he had taken the parents of children before Judge Ev ans on several occasions in order to compel them to send their children to school but that each time the judge would refuse to do anything and it was useless for him to have anyone tried in his court and that he was unable to enforce the truant law The matter Was discussed at length and the board Of education decided that some immediate steps must be taken to have the law enforced and Mr J M Stevenson attorney for the oard was directed to go before Judge Evans with the truant officer when the next arrest was made anti ee if he could see that the judge did is duty in the truant cases If he cant then other means will be re sorted to The board also by a unanimous vote increased the salary of the high school teachers 1Q per month and the salary of Prof J H Garvin 10 per month reIported 11Bothing smoothly in their schools and- hat the teachers and pupils were oing excellent work In the white school there are 781 pupils now in attendance and in the colored school The are 386IParis to that they had done so The purpose of this visit was to investigate the telephone system in the school build ing However they did not make anv recommendations and the matter w11 be postponed until later to be acted upon The supply committee was ordered to take an inventory of all the three schools and get a list of the many things needed and report back at a called meeting at which ime the board will make an order from their lif tThe following accounts were al lowed and ordered paid V W Bush 2000 C E Bush 06- Yivioh Eades fl63 W Crone W 155 Miss Stevenson 5iO Geo Gardner 450 Scrivener Bros 2088 K Allen 2905- MacNeill Weathers 390 R Martin Coal Supply Co 115 Strodes Drug Store J84I TOBACCO AT 10 CENTS Mr S R Hall of Hard wick Creek Powell county sold and delivered to JW Porter 1500 pounds of tobacco at lOc per pound TURKEYS BRING 40000 TO ANDERSON COUNTY JjA HENCEBURG Ky Dee 23 The turkey pens of Hawkins Co of this city closed for the season Over 20000 of the birds were slaughtered and shipped to Boston and other Eastern markets Higher prices were paid this year than was paid to the farmer wives of Anderson county MEETING OF- CITY COUNC1L Hunter and Thomas Allowed Exemp tion of Taxes to Purchasers of Mansfield Mill A called meeting of the city cQun cil was held Thursday night to consider the application made by Messrs Hunter and Thomas executors of the estate of Mr RC Mansfield for a fiveyear exemption of taxes to the parties who would purchase the mill property which is being offered for sale They stated that they had several patties looking at the property with a view of purchasing and that they would like to have the property ex empted Cases were cited by1ttrr- M Stevenson who represented them that this could be done by the coun cil and Messrs Hunler and Thomas request was granted COURT DAY DINNER The ladies of the Central Baptist church will serve courtday dinner Monday in the Opera House block The patronage of the public isso licited dt t X j i L POLICE fORCE BURY DOG Frankfort Officials Honor Faithful Animal Which Had Trailed Many Criminals FRANKFORT Ky Dec 23Aft morninginmous police dog was buried Wednesday afternoon in the rear of the residence of Russell Montague The police bought a white casket in which their companion for many years was buried The dog was carried from the police station to Mon tagues residence in the patrol wag on practically anof the members of the force being present at the interment The body of the dog was surrounded with Haulers and was viewed by many persons probrinine police He trailed ant treed John Maxey the negro who was lynched in this city a year ago after had shot a circus man lIe also trailed and treed Jake Brill the noted counterfeiter The dog performed many other feats in detective work and for that reason was known by everybody in the cit- yMEN KILLED IN MT STERLING Deputy Jailer James tipton Killed Clint Allen and Mike Gibbons Killed Walter Allen MT STERLING Dec 23 Deputy Jailer James Tipton killed Deprty U S Marshal Clint Allen and Mikn Gibbons killed Walter Allen It K claimed that Clint Allen had fired at Frank Gibbons uncle of Mike Gibbons previous1 to the killing The officers Were attempting to place the Aliens under arrest The general impression here is that the liMing was justifiable Allen was formerly In he saloon business at Mt Sterling antis said to have killed a negro several years ago NEW ST JOSEPH CATHOLIC CHURCH With the exception of installing the pipe organ the neat StJoseph Catholic church has been completed and services will be held in it Christmas morning The work of putting in the windows and heating plant was completed Thursday afternoon and the pews were installed Friday- AUDITORIUM Two of the best pictures yet se2n at the Auditorium theater this season will in connection with an illustrated song by Mr Dakin make up the bill for Friday afternoon and night See Royse Boone before buying ni ijsaq oq ajpuuq aM P33J ano town 125tf I SPECIAL NOTICE I TO ADVERTISERS AND PA TRONSSIN ORDER TO GIVE OUR EMPLOYEES A HALF HOLI DAY Ii1 E FORMS OF THE NEWS WILL BE CLOSED SATURDAY DEC 24 AT II OCLOCK A M ADVERTIS ING MATTER FOR SATURDAYS EDITION SHOULD BE HANDED IN NOT LATER THAN FRIDAY AFTER 1 NOON I WHEN CKR1STMASFAftS SUNDAY Most People Would Rather It Came on Some Other DayNext Is Clean Year Off There is a difference of opinion as to the desirability of having Christmas fall on Sunday Christmas al ways seems like Sunday anyway says the bromide so whats the difference Just saves us from having two Sundays in one week Aw gee Christmas on Sunday Cant have no fun Bete her I haff to go to Sunday school just the same says the small boy The large army of shop people who bear the brunt of the last weeks rush before Christmas day are not at all enthusiastic about the arrangement jf the calendar for this year Christ mas on Sunday means a long hard unbroken week of toil from Monday morning clear through to Saturday Mondayisthem one day all their own a Sunday tQ rest up and get in trim t6 celev brate Christmas on Tuesday or Wecl nesday or any other day of the week means a Sunday thrown in to break the strain of the last weeks worl and even though the stores give all their employees the Monday follow ing Christmas day for a holiday it isnt the same thing as having a day before the 25th So Christmas comes on Sunday this year says one man to another Yep It will happen you know once in seven years replies his friend making a very common mistake in his calculations The last time Christmas fell on Sunday was six years ago in 1904 That year was a leap year anti there has bqen one leap year since in 1908 In 1907 Christmas day fell on Wednesday but iu 1908 Dec 25 came on Friday instead of Thursday which brings the Sunday Christmas around in the sixth year from its last advent notifrom now because a leap year in 1912 and again in 1916 upsets the schedule to such an extent that one Sunday Christmas is simply lost in the shuffle In 1915 Dec 25 will tall on Saturday but in 1916 on Monday because in that year Feb youlikeor not make the most of it this year its the last time for 11 years HAVE OFFERED 10 PER CENT Increase of Pay in Controversy Be tween Railways and 75000 Em ployees CHICAGO Dec 23Peace is ap controversyIengineers and 61 West err railroads and the general managers It is also rumored that the wage scales for 75000 members of Rail lay Trainmen and Order of Rail way Conductors on the same lines will be settled at the same time This unexpected change came Wed nesday night after it became known that the general managers had in creased their offer of an advance to 10 per dent for all employees in volvedIn afternoon Grand Chief En gineer Warren S Stone could not see any chance of settlement The dailysincetwo or three sessions would be held daily but Wednesday not a move hail been made by either side to open the way for peace At a of the engineers with Commissioner of Labor C P Neill the gov ernment inediator the engineers made certain proposals that if accepted by the general managers would make a new alignment f thepropositions un der consideration Then the general managers offered to increase the wage offer to 10 per cent The engineers will meet Com missioner Neill Thursday or Friday and give an answer to tboffer During the meetings with Mr Neill the entire question ofwhat it meant to call such a strike tas that contem plated by the engineers was discussed Grand Chief Stone said that the en gineers were thoroughly aware of the tremendous possibilities insclttstruggTe but that the matter had been thoroughly considered in all its phases by the engineers before they voted to strike The conference between the con ductors and trainmen and general managers have been going on for two weeks The labor officials are meet ing a lifferent committee from that treating with the engineers The railroad pfficials offered the trainmen and conductors about 9 per cent on Tuesday and Wednesday they in creased this to 10 per cent NO ARMY SCHOOL FOR FT THOMAS Secretary of War Dickinson Says He Will Be Taken Care Of Te Be for Military Purposes IUsed Fort Thomas military post which will be soon deserted by the l J 1 Christmas Present QEMEMBER that the News needs your 1L Subscription Money if you have not paid UPI Come in Qfl ou1tDay next and give us a Christmas Presekit by paying up for a year t hr Y ji l i f I fc iZr riir 4 1 i4 i fjif7i V r if1t Al fb Fli I t J t IcJtSI cSi t7 1J it regular government troops for years stationed there will not as has been suggested be converted into a gov ernment military school as the war department does not see its way clear to approve of such recommcu dation made by United States Sena tor W 0 Bradley at the suggestion of Bishop Lewis W Burton of Lox ington and others Bishop Burton is just in receipt of a communication from Senator Brad ley accompanied by a letter from Secretary of War Dickinson in which the secretary states that the grounds and building at Fort Thomas which were provided at great ex pense by the government have been placed in the hands of caretakers employed by the war department with the view of protecting them ar mi1i1tnrybeen the intention of the war depart then to surrender this valuable mill tory reservation or to devote it to other than military purposes The letter of Secretary Dickinson concludes thus Should it becomo necessary at any time to withdraw a portion of the army from our insular possessions or to increase the mo bile army stationed in the United States the buildings at Fort Thomas will be immediately required for useI by the arm- yPROGRAM FOR THE CONGRESS President Taft Consulting Leaders About Bills 7He Mooes Will Be Put Through Short Session WASHINGTON Dec 23Presi dent Taft has begun a series of con ferences with various senators and representatives looking to the for mation of a legislative program for the present congress Preside t Taft has reason to believe that such rapid progress has been made with the big appropriation bills that congress will find itself in a position to take up at least three or four of the various subjects of legislation he recommended in his annual message Tt is too early to say upon just what measures the legislative sentiment will crystallize The President hopes to take a real holiday following the recess adjourn ment of congress All of his family will be at the White House during the holiday season There is much discussion both at the White House and the capitol over the outlook for the administrations program The President has indicated his strong desire that as many as possible of the measures he rcc ommended be passed through con gress without delay in view of the coming change of political comple ion of the houseSIt is in accordance with this policy that the appropriation bills have been rushed unpreceden thy No conclu sions have been reached as to the order in which the program will be reguIlarsurgent members of their party that they must accept the onus if hey put any obstructions in the w yof the proposed Republican legislation The mail subsidy the tariff commis sion plan for collating and assimiliat Ificationlate the issuing of injunctions in equity without notice in accordance with the best practice in vogue in the United States courts are all matters upon which the President especially wanted actio- nDEFRAUDED IN THE DRAW BACKS Department of Justice After More Frauds in the importation of Su gar WASHINGTON Dec 23Custom experts from the treasury and spe cial agents for the of tice are now making aiTirivestigation which promises to add another chapter to the story of sugar frauds against the government An alleged abuse of the socalled drawback privilege principally at the port Of New York is under in vestigation and one official declares the revelations promise to put the government in a position to recover nearlas much as it did in the un i WEATH Ri c noWjlldclaerfu tht8 d aturda1 I tbemeefiugof A1Akjc derweight cases when more thaa 3000000 was paid to the treasury When sugar is imported it pay duty unless coming from the Philippine Islands and when it is mami factured into a product and in that form exported the duty is refunded in the form of a drawback except 1 per cent which is retained by the government to defray the ost qf iar iff administration Some of the investigations are said to have shown that the government dmwIwc oil rcIofsugar commanding high duties while in fact a very low grade of gar was being used Under the system of examination which has prevailed the customs au thorities are confronted with the probability that they may have been paying drawbacks on shipments which were not sugar at nil but mlgit in fact have been sawdust as iar as the usual inspection developed United States District Attorney Wise of New York has had extended conferences with Attorney Genoml Wiekersham and Assistant Secretary Curtis on the question mud the nir vestigators have progressed to n point where some action by the gov eminent may soon be taken XMosMARKETS CHICAGO Dec 22logs receipts 16000 against 27000 esti mated and 22000 last year The best support yesterday caine from outado points The conditions srroundiiig January which is the light hog move ment with no stocks is the strong feature and until the shorts get hi the market will be unsettled and one hard to judge Cattle 10c lower Sheep steady t CINCINNATI Dec 22Cattle receipts 622 head market steady fair to good at 5 256 25 Hogs receipts 2600 head 1002i c higher butchers and shippers 8 05 8 10 Sheepreceipfs 134 headsteady at 23 75 Yambs strong at 46 15 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 delinquent will find the date to which he has paid up on the margin of the paper It Is hard for this office to reach you hut it is mighty easy for you to drop in while in town ona Saturday or some other day and give us a few dollars Kindlv remember your sub scrintion the first time you are in Winchester Dont nut it off After the first of the year The News will be compelled to cut off all subscribers who are in arrears three months This is not because we are not willing to trust you but because of the postoffice department Under the rulinqs no daily papercan be sent through the mails at the renular rates to any person who is back three months in his subscription We know you do not want to stop the paper therefore aid us all ou can and help our pocket also bv coming in right away and paying up iiio LATE TO ASIFY- LOSTOn South Maui street be tween Broadway anil French aye nile silver link fmrse Will iy liberal reward for return lo Kojb bins News Office 122ttf 7 ttly L c t r N a 7 i Jk t w yF o rr v o iil t r n THE WIIUESSWrw t It t 4f 1 j = I 1 kyYy- II t W INCIISTRS NEWS u Krv iJr Newspapera rPplthed y tHE WINCHESTER NEWS CO Incorporated r v fficfc 109111 South Main Street Winchester Kentucky I Daily Exc pt Sunday 11EPtcralasseeo nd class matter at the postoffice e Ch under the Ict of March 3 1879P IBothP t 3Iles 91 II SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Mail Xiily one year 300 ix Months H 150 ne Month 25 Payable in Advance ftiJ P P GP1tES 17u Ir tiitar ci1 fM 9V T ===GENERAL OFFICES I NEW YORI4LJd CHICAGO RANCHES IN ALLTHF RINCIPAL CITIES IlET US BE FAIR flipness with which certain IThe talk about redistricting Kentucky is disgusting to the voters if all parties that believe in a square The following from the Cour Ileal ournal shows how a partisan neasure may return to plague its promoters Back in 1899 when Missouri was 13 p solidly Democratic that no one anticipated a time when it would be passedlaw to INn v that law has bobbed up toI ague some of the i 1 5sisted in putting it overI crosseIthe d islature is still Democratic but it majority1lhich some doubt as to the constitutionality of the enactment but repoKt has i that Gov Hadley will take advantage itunless it is found to conflict ith the federal laws pn the subject Jt is certainthtlt if the governor Elects to do tiny redistricting he can Co j The situation is illustrative of the folly of purely partisan legislation Parties cannot hold themselves in power by such methods and laws passed with that end in view genet ally prove to be boomerangs are growing more the number of states that may counted as reliable for one party or the other is becoming smaller The politician who does not take these facts into account will speedily find that he is away off in his reckoning The nearer jn artist gets to nature the greater his success To make a piece of canvas look like a cow iSla great The boxletter prices reported for tobacco are misleading Tobacco sells at 1800 ic etc Avery small proportion sells at the higher prices The average is less than 9c and out of this must come the ex pease of shipment and warehouse charges We note that most oi the ccclesias tics oppose woman suffrage and yet it is true that not preacher in the country would get a living support bu for the women If our friend Champ Clark dont show better temper than when he wanted to cut our throat when he gets to be speaker he will be kept or jthe gridiron most of the trait s o know but little about toihat they arc talking about Over at Danville the police arrcsteo1 nine blind tiger keepers and 12 oth L WEVE 4 selling firstcrass lumber at second I es W epleaaUllty and t propgsd to keep on doing it vjieneyer possible Thats our plan tp make this the most popular place in town for discriminating buyers If you are a judge of quality in lumber you are the one J7Q Wan to see ajaiyou- i ought to see us Lumber and Manufacturing foritheUepubllica VotersI achievement 1f thatappeart BEEwliSdtiVEREb classpn Winchester ers got away Danville is a dry town and the whisky people are ready to r y I told you so but what about Paris a wet town where the grand jury returned 30 indictments against people for running blind tigers 1 All the lunatics are not in the asylums norc allMio are in the asylums lunatics CALENDARS The demands for our Calendars beenio years havejsomJOUETTS INSURANCE A ENCYI 205 McEldpwney Building Dont forget that M D Royse has sacIrifiMv It Please You To Dine With Us Sunday Dinner BrownProctoria December 25 75 Cents per Plate Menue I jPdtage Aux IIuitres Ccleri jRac1is Laitue Mixed Pickles Olives Marines Tiuite Saumouee Dinde Rofie Longe De Boeuff Frozen Egg Nogg vSalale De Celeri Puree De Pomiiies Dc Terre An6laiste s Hot Mince Pie f Glace ieCrcme Ala Vanilla Gateaux Assortis Fromage De Ronuefprt ltyn De lais Plain Ampricaine Simple ry Carc Ala Creme The Mele Dinner from 1 until 2 REPORT OF rflEGtfllDlf ION F ofthe- W V 4 INCHESTER BANK Dping busuiessciKt j6fhiIf street pity of Wiuchcster County bt Clark i state of Ketttuekyrhf the close of business on35t1t day of Decent bei 1910t RESOURCES 1 Loans and Dlgci 671587S 2 U S and other Bonds Stocks and Se curities 1110C8 3 Due from Danksr 15721214 Actual Cash on band 3303572 5 Checks cash items and exchange for clearing 3950 60v rdrtifts7Secred Unsecured 1354666 7 Current expenses and taxes paid 880877 8R alFstl1tcnFtrniture and Fix tures Jli7787l Total 177379 9 Other Assets not included lindpr any of the above heads 17044 To v tA 89866315 ItLIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in cash 10000000 Surplus 2330289 Undividedprofits 17073651 Total 19303940 f Deposits on Which interest is paid 1Deposits1rpaid 53158028 J Total Deposits 58037408 Cashiers checks outstnnd fied checks 14654 Total Due to BanKs 297057 Notes and Bills redlscounted 0 tills payable Total Other liabilities not included under any of the above heads 1913226 Total 39866315 sctCounty IiW R Sphar Cashier of the solemnlyttrue to the bestofmy knowledge and belief W R SPHAR Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before December 1910 me by W R Sphar this 22nd day of My commission expires Feb 2 1914 ELIZABETH D FRENCH Notary Public CorrectAttestN WITHERSPOON J mtJQlINSON Directors NOTICE All4cards Il contest to receive credit must behere by p m Dec 23aGURRY DRYtCOpDS CO Red Slat coal is the be t on till market fold by Royse Boone 125 if ENDS WINTERS TROUBLES To many winter is a season of trouble The frost bitten toes mid fingers chapped h ds3nd lips chilblains told sores red and rough skins prove this But such trouble fly before Bucklens Arnica Salve A trial convinces Greatest healer of Burns BoiIsvBUPGuJs 1 Sores EC zeraa and Sprains Only25c at Win CompanyS 0Y8wANtEni Anyone haying toys that they want iJo donate to the Associated Charities i are requested to send to the office in the Fraternity building Friday morning COURT DAY DINNER The ladies of the1 Central Baptist ohurdh will servo courtday dimicv Monday in the Opera House blue The patronage of the public is so licited KEEP TO THE RIGHT REPORT OF THE CONDITION of the PEOPLES STATE BANK Doing business at 102 South Main street town of Winchester county of Clark state of Kentucky at the close of business on7 the 15th day of DJ ciember 1910 Resources Loans and Discounts 23659551 2U S and other Bonds Stocks and Securities 3 Due from Banks 4745174 Actual Cash on hand 1684263 5 Checks cash items and exchange for 139922s1102840eexpenses taxes 8 Real Estate hone Furniture and Fixturas 500000 Total 500000 9 Other Assets not included under any any of the above heads Total 321506 Liabilities Capital Stock paid in in cash100OOOOO Surplus 300000 Undivided profits 562901 Totnlh 2862901 f Deposits on which interest is paid lo1dIG7004I3 j Total Deposits 17440413 Cashiers checks outstanding Certified checks Total Due to Banks 112976 Notes and Bills rediscounted 17343 Bills Total 1734318 Other liabilities not included ucdcr any of the above heads Total 32150608 STATE OF KENTUCKYacreCounty ly J M Hodgkin Cashier of the above named Banksdo solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief J M HODGKIN Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by J M Hodgldri this 22nd day of December 1910 I My commission expires Jc1912 J NEWT RENAIvER Notary Public Correct Attest J HOOD SMITH V W BUSH G TiSr PROCTOR 41 Directors cc Ready t to Sol e Your Gift Problems I mal you think of anything more appropriate for a Christmas gift than a china closet or a new buffet for your wife an easy cThifortabie Morris hqir or library table for your husband a roomy comfortable rocker for mothera dainty boudoir dresing canwoffer hnudreds of other suggestions but space wont permit You must come and see this splendid assortment Its Holiday Stock that surpasses anything of the kind ever brought to this city And no matter how much or how little you are prparedtornvet in buying a gift youll find something here priced within that sum that will please you and please the recipient rf 1 i Furniture fIEUndertakingIt 1 r i j WINCHESTER KENTUCKY f dliu j i it i rdz v 4 m tr T r 1 t r Many Interested f t Int5resthas reached the point of extreme enthusiasm in the Doll Contest taau carat ed by Curry Dry Cbdds Co In this con 2 f test there is not the slightest element of chance Every contestant receives award in accordance with the work done for thisv t always dependable store The 1girl t having sent customers into the store to buy i the greatest amount of goods will receive the handsomest doll asa reward for herrworkEvery r girl who sent customers to buy the amount of goods represented by three ccn test cards will receive an undressed doll All Contest cards to ba counted must be in by 6 oclock today The amounts on the cards will be counted on an adding machine to assura scu= racy anal cards WlI then be irjspected by Mr Fred BroadhuTst Contest will be decided and awards made at 10 oclock A M Saturday December 24th fudges will have charge of allawards i and v iHv i P j Curry Dry G Dods Co7r3 Ma rW HUGHES t BU WHKY HOUSE Offers you the Greatest Opportunity to prlqesthan Se1ecl- and Bottled in Bond Our barrel goods WltisIkiesOur Wine List Virginia Dare She yMaderia ry everything that can be found in a First Ca House z OUR HOLIDAY PRICES t payPoslnitvn WiH6w Spring GEd Dad ft tCK1Hogs JORd Reserve HOCk AshBantl Old TayE Old Dk j Buc CrGek Queeli 61 Kelson I IQJd pD FULL AS PER LN Jufix and Seven YearOld Whiskies Barrel ii 1OldApple Brandy IIOld Is te Best in ilia Market UOld Starlcnght thJ BOTTLED N QUARTS t PRCEtf tGO QUART 5125 S3jPer00Gallon a w 3 Per Gallon 11 1 f ue Grass Special 5 Year olJ 25O per gallon Oar Stock Wines aCc per quart 2o Year Old PortL25par quart f J Whisky on Earth for X ti 7 2 OOp jaiio Jj ItATE offer ottr stock of liquors with tliebc V V lief that we can satisfy you audvc consider satisfied customer the bcsf ass t a vhisk3fHliouse can have on which to build a permanent business Come early andre member the place a 7ifAl wR M HUGHES 10fSuccessor to C B George 8 Bro St George Bar WINCHESTER KY II h 4lit i 1 hzti i r I I CY r G y i h i 1 rr isr4sr4t ftla i f nr t tjJi tI r r7 i 1 jl t 11 t J J t r Paisx1 i AKEd Upl- T f WAKE UPo THETIMELrSJ+ HAND N h 1Y 1h 0 j rii tlr= It you expect to secure your Christmas Pres i t r frf t C t s1 r ents Early aM give the Clerks a rest or if you i r j t want the pick of Our Holiday Goods you Must lfr It Jli 1 J Call Immediately P rs t it fI TtTAILORED SUITS t t We have Splendid Values in our Tailored Suits They are all now going at Greatly Reduced Pricesv Come also and see our Fine Assortment of c i PERSIAN SILKS for Waits Phoenix Mufflers and other accessories nn We a of all of L Silks and yn see i u B Ready 9For t y ff I i j t kY Tomorrow is your last chance We are busy as we can be tak ing care of those who want the 20000 Phonographand the Watch or ring but we have time and room for you Let us show you what we have for you We are just full ofChrist mas suggestions If you dont know what you want ask we can tell you usI TO YOU I1 i SOCIETY 91F f i A A Delightful Evening AThe members of the congregation of the Washington Street Presbyter fan church gave their pastor thud his p wife a most delightful Christmas sur prise Thursday evening at their home on East Broadway The storm broke upon them at 7 30 oclock wheil the flock eumasse Tinexpecledly entered each bearing a bulky and mysterious looking pack t age The contents of these packages t f were good to look upoi as they cbu t 7 tamed not only substantial gifts but 1 f many iich would satisfy the most aesthetic taste pppThe cordial happy spirit which- f ii is iii- f1 i J characterized this informal gather ing emphasized the high esteem and gieat affection which is entertained by this people for the faithful pastor and his estimable AvifeJ During the evening Mrs Craftons class of young ladies busied themselves I in the preparation of a Christ inns tree for a girl who anticipates no visit from Santa Claus The family of ten of which she is one will be generously provided for as gifts both useful and ornamental have been carefully prepared for eachone This class of young ladies under the gentle efficient direction of Mrs Craftou 1ms done touch effective 1 rfr t f t j 1 fr 4 work In desolate places and are to be highly commended The entire evening passed swiftly and pleasantly the merry crowd leaving with hearts full of love and good for the pastor and his wife Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Messrs G L Waihscott1 Abe Ren ickand R D Hunter returned from Louisville Thursday night where they had been attending the meeting of the Democratic district committee County Clerk J A Boone Friday morning issued a marriage license to a C Lawrence and Miss Lucie W Hays of this county Mr Harry Bradley left Friday morning for Maysville to visit his Charles Quisenberry is illat her home of tonsilitis Mrs WaR Petty leaves Friday for a visit to her parents in Lexington spendChristmas mond SAVED FROM AWFUL DEATH I How an appalling calamity in his family was prevented is told by A D McDonald of Fayetteville N C R F D No8tlMy sister had con sumption he writes she was very seemed to grow weaker every day KingsTC1Vcompletely cured her that she has not been troubled with a coughsince Its the best medicine I ever saw or heard of For coughs colds la grippe asthma croup hemorrhage all bronchial troubles it has no equal 50c 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Winchester Drug Com pany b l FANCY SCARFS A See our Fine Line of Mescaline and Crepe der- v Cherie Fancy Scarfs Also a Fine Line of Plain and Fancy Pocket Books Leather and Alligator Skin t Also a Good Line of Brass Jardinieres etc i i F have complete line kind Seasonable Merchandise Wool Goods which should before buying elsewhere CLIFTON IOSS Are You Christmas BowenF 7fI wishesI HARE YOU DEAF Catarrhls Probabjy the Cause Get Rid of the Cause If you have catarrh and have con stant ringing noises in your ears look into the matter at once Its u pretty sure Siguithatcatarrh is spreading and is mddng its way through the Eustadiian lubes that lead from the nose tq fnte ears When cataiTchgetst0 the ears partial deafness follows t Jf you have toaPhillips drug st ranaget a HYO MEI outfit and driveout catarrhs To cure catarrh HYOMEI should be breathed thnnigh apoIct inhaler for a few minutes four or five times a day Just pour a few drops into the hard rubber inhaler and breathe it x It kills the germs oothesthO irritation heals the inflammation stops hawking spitting and snuffling HYOMEI keeps the jthroat free from mucus and prevents crusts in noseThe complete YOMDIoutfitwhich includes the little indestructible hard rubber inhaler a bottle of HYOMEI and simple instructions for use costs 100 Separate bottles of HYOMEI costs 50 cents at Phillips and drug gists everywhere on money back plan GIVE YOUR MONEY A CHANCE TO BUY FULL VALUE It CURRYDRY GOODS CO PICTURES FRAMED At your own price this week M D KOYSE Hensley Stand 12203tr This is the Week Before COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU Baldwin BrosSign of Big Watch 54 S MainStwmcmSTEJKY I d j jTirr ca fJ 4 s eAt ARTIS TURNBULL t A 1WE 1DRESSALSO CARRYING MANY CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES WE HAVE MANY GREATIREDUCTIONS IN OUR VARIOUS LINES f Jwill have to come an4 see our prices to realize the great reductions J r READ yTO WEAR All coats and readytowear garments of every description all this seasons styles are reduced as never before this early in the year TAILORED WAISTSj375 Waists go at j r225 250 Waists goataal 175s MUSLIN AND DIMITY WAISTS v 150 Waists go for 09c 100 Waists go fora1 V 72c I BLACK SOIESETTE WAISTS J 2 00 Waists 1 21 Av COLORED AND SILK WAISTSc r Waists which sold from 5 to 650 gp in this sale forf2Q9 jv lV- rr y MUSLIN UNDERWEAR fsAll muslin underwear also goes i in this sale at prices tKatvwill astonish you V + CARTIS TtmmTriL C Yi ZA Z1jj1Ji kr ih f J f t d ft JjA i l 3A t tr i l iPaotfF p 0 THE WINCHESTER NEWS CO N ti ooi 71 IF 4 s u e fl7 I 7 rrij F t kt yL 1TOW FOR THE1ST FINAL RUSH Jl If f2i tr fl 1to b f t The Ones Thajt We Generally Put Off UnUiHtasl Are the Men Folks We Ilave Arranged Every 1- thing FOP Your Convenience Ariel Will Make The Last Momentsf i t f ot Your Xmas Shopping TheM t Pleasant I 1 Neckwear for Men at Bar- gainrr Prices ffo a V The regular 50 cent Neckwear we are offering at the remarkably low pricapf J I T f 3for1OOt1t Plain colors in the newest and latest shapes styleszPhoenix I All egular 50 cent Mufflers in the newpat terns at t 38 Cents A r v L Jr1s rrrr1 Books 1 Booksi j Your goes Farther and the sensation of pleasure lasts + longerwhen you give a really good book because the recipient enjoyingIthe story Childrens Books Books forft J Father MotherSweetheart and Wife 1 See our line of 150 values that we are selling at SO centst i Bibles Toy 9 rrt I ttr 0 0 MARTINS DRUG JSTORE y y i t r ftS titt i s tIc j- u i Ft0 5 r 1 2f 1 lJ J Young Men s SuitsV J Some Exceptional Good values in Young Mens Suits sizes 36 to 36 Suits that sold for 1500 to 25OQat J f 1 10 and 1250 I r COOK HAS COME BACK an Assumed Name NEW YORK Dec 23Dr Pied= crick A Cook came back to his im live land Thursday on the stearashinj George Washington He looked wtell jandsaid little The doctor still as= sorts that he believes was at the Pole Here is his statement in part 1 have no statement to makeoth er than that which I have careiiilly prepared and which is now being pub ary and doubtless misleading also so I shall not now give out any inter views and any purporting to come from me will not authorized spent weeks carefully preparing my story and have frankly said in it that there is to says Every charge InU inslme is taken up and answered t ju6perplacQiin my narrative AI flsay However that I was in tin JujUed taje iesJihan a mpnth ago I arrivedin ne con Oct 20 last two named cities about three w6eks t1ing rc11lWtui11 correct iripr9ffe ion my I rejnstefcd under ah assumed nhftne blccAitse I fras busy too busy to receive personal lland news paper men I dd trot know what my plans for the future will be I hate no plans whatever for going on the lecture money out my Arctic experiences As I Iravc said I have come back solely for the ipuipose of rehabilitat in matters light withmyc countrymen Li j We are headquarters for Groceries and our stock cannot be ex celled Order early and avoid possi ble delay when the rush comeSi y Here Are a Few of The Good That Sfe Have r 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 Vegetables the market affords Raisins Nuts Prunes I Figs f Plum Pudding Dried Fruifef Cheese Maple t Syrup Pancake Flour and in fact eyerything kept in Ia firstclass grocery store jasv J l iaTt Winchesters lar est Store FoutfoOr dti+ Fv atgW h- L ec J 9aC n aqrJ f j I r1 in tHe New Mission Handles Gloria Silk Covers 5oto5Oo t Stetson Hats andI j j J C v Are the most Acceptable Gifts i E T i Silk Hose o for the Young Man all colors per pair t L C e 4 r u J RupardStje art COr Money r Books EiiFREDER1C Receivef he mightgive be ul NIl1burgl1mcl tuIAnuticaof settingR Icandies ChriSIIIJ8s1 AiT BRADLEYS Christmasl Things i4t3a Umbrellas JMShces fcI PARRISH ttt re S 8ClIICe8 era Mi D Rpysehas purchased the entire stock of Thank Hensley on North Main street and is offering it at i f Sacrilice PrIces t r Every department is complete the stock being newtand uptodate The store will be open to customersr beginning Wednesday Dec2IlQ Christmas buyers will do well to inspect the display of fine Queensware Chinaware Sweater Coats Under wear Toys and innumerable other i 1 lJighGraie Artic1es t Pictures will be framed at practically your own pi ice during this sale Vj s fy vr J r Cvrv Dont fail to take advantage of this i RareOpportunity i i i f M tr arlF nx- i s r z t y ifcA i s t 4t f r E1iS1 v 3 r li t r x 3 t s J i t r 5 = + + t i + y I J Ji S EWs COM f f i Inl tlPflV t eliristfflas 1 1 Wreaths In many Artistic Ways Your order fora Cemetery Wreath we will gladly place for YOU Christmas morn Md in Gfyrisfrnas Trees we can please yotrin size and Price v happyWIJIPZgtf blodmihg and decorative to please all comers s s i OOl PurltanIIOpera House Block n Seen aboufthat insurance yetl Its a bad policy to put it off better have us write you a policy In one four companies every one of vYlucliis Qfa substantial excellent character Xmas fires wall soon commence the Xmas Tree fires etc- Takethe hint and permit us to in sure you against fire JossI Stroers nsurance gen Fraternity Bldg Phone 185 l See thus 1ospecial prices on at your 0wn prices at Hensleys old If you want pictures framed see stand b fore pureasingell framing Winchester Paint 122l3t HD ROYSE Wall Paper Company 1210tf 15 WARE l Baking Dishes 250 to 600 50 to 350 B Cake Baskets 200 to 400 2 Coffee Pots 85 to 250 TJ I ASK FOR E iir fLJjitS M B Forwoods Attorneys to Bring Their Petition to fudge Parker GEORGETOWN Ky Dec 22 Ray Franklin of Frankfort attor neys forM B Forwood haves 1ycd notice on the Georgetown Water Gas Electric Light and Power company that they vill appear before Judge Watts Parker of the Fayette circuit court for the purpose of having the companys plant placed in the hands of a receiver The Scott circuit court is now in session Suit was brought by M B For Wood as the nearest friends of Wm Forwood the latter not then being q age for damages for bodily injuries suffered while in the defend ant companys employ and for which after going through the court of final resorta judgment for 3500 was given the plaintiff which is declared to be due and unpaid which the de fendant company fails and refuses to pay Therefore he prays that the court may appoint a receiver to take charge of said property anti man age and operate the plants and that belmay a Execution was taken on the water and light building at the corner of College and Water streets and that of the gas plant on Mulberry street with all machinery pipes mains and wiresTis levy is subject to a mortgage lien on the Union Savings Bank and Trust company of Cincinnati for a hundred thousand dollars ISee the beatiful line of chinaware at your own prices at Hensleys old stand before purchasing 12213t M D ROYSE r J Good Things g 11 R CHRISTMAS GIVING i11 HEREtLviait to otir store willprove Our Modern Hardware offerscs I much that exceedingly appropriat- eS gift giving 15 1Balilllg Dishes Coffee Percolators 6 Pocket attd Table Cutlery I Razors and Razor Straps 1 Something for boy or girl man or woman I Wool You Call end let Suggestions Help You I ROCHESTER SPECIALS Waiters RJECElVER GGBllDWN USEFUL GIFTS Washing Machine 350 to 1000 Carving Knives 150 to 800 sTeaTable Spoons50c tn 4 Per Set rs- c r7J IS A Malleable Coal Range or a Buck Gas Ran Jan the heart of the home delights the whole family 19 IS I CtiME TODAY WHILE THE STOCK IS COMPLETE II I IS I GRUBBS BENTON ICORlTER BROADWAY and MA INIIaB11 I W1M MMMPJl PJlMMW1 MMMPJlMMMPJI E i J tf 5 i i 7 i 1 T- 1i 7 OnD3HChE Hart Schndncr Marx K ET one of our Overcoats before Christmas G make yourself a present of one if you think nobody else will It will be a Christmas remin detfoFfJpI1g time to come Hart Sehafliter Marx clothes wear well look well all the time h ve the right tone and style Suits 20 to 30 Overcoats 10 to 30 RLOOMFIELD SPECIALSUITS and OVERCOATS 01250 15 COISHORTHAND Standard Phonography the short Ist legible shorthand Taught by a of individual lessons the best method of teaching known J C Lary r34 S Highland street Home phone 737 WRONG YEAR In the advertisement for the sale of unclaimed freight by the L E railroad in this city the date of the sale is given Jan 28 1910 when it should have been Jan 23 1911 The printer followed cqpysntby the railroad officials and the proofreader failed to see the error r Remember it is Jan 23 1911 MAY PASS RACING BILL NASHVILLE Te iIi Dec 2Ang effort will be made during the session o fthe legislature to legalize horse racing in Tennessee placing it under control of the state racing commission A bill is being framed it is understood fashioned after the Kentucky liar NIGHT RIDERS TRIAL Ends With Acquittal of Four Defend ants in Cooper Murder Case EDDYVILLE Ky Dec 22Not guilty was the verdict returned Wednesday by the jury in the socajled nightrider trial here in which Roy Merrick Spunk Creekmar Fraud LJHtCCUGH DCUIIEtiIILUNGS WIJIIDR KIIIG- IIE1DIROn f L S HS Titf s 1ALlTilROATANfLUNG TROUBlES GVA ANTIEDSA RY- ORtfONEVREFVNDED r Murphy and Vila Mitchell were charged with the murder of Axiom Cooper last summer The jury was given the case Tues day and reported Wednesday morn ing that they could not agree The jury was returned to the jury room and shortly reappeared with a verdict acquitting the accused WILL GLUT HAIR MARKET VICTORIA B C Dcc22The qucuefDec 5 andwhen the steamship Aym erie left Cliina a few days before that the edict Avas being generally ob sclerhc Ayineric arrived here Wednesday Assuming that nearly 200000000 queues will be cut off the human hair market will be glutted DEPOSED KING Of Portugal Will Visit America Dur ing Tour of the World LONDON Dec 22 ExKing Manuel according to the Daily Mail will soon make a tour of the world His itinerary will include the United States where as elsewhere he will travel purely as a student of administrative affairs Canada the Far East Australia and South Africa will also be visited He will travel on or dinary trains and steamboats as a private citizen At the endof his our he will return to Englandi SLUSH FUNDS Will Not Be Collected at Kentucky Charitable institutions FRANKFORT Ky Dec 22No assessments for political purposes will be made this or next year at any of the charitable institutions of the state that are under the supervision of the board of control This state ment comesfrom Albert Scott of Louisville chairman of the board and Garrett SWallof Maysnlle Scott is a Republican and Wall is a Democrat Before the institutions supervisionofabi the cutoBi to assess tUe employees of these institutions for political par noses j e Avvv f 4 ti THE AUDITORIUM Picture Theatre Continuous performance daily from 330 to 430 and from 7 to 10 p m Music by Miss Feld illustrated songs by Mr Fred Dakin New pictures and new songs every day AQIS fS 5 Cents DRINK R kdaMore Than Wet See Royse Boone before buying feed We handle the best in town125tSpecial prices on ictures during De mbervinchestr Paint Wal- lPaper Company 1210tf We have the very best feed m th market Come to see us before buying 12fiLfI BANKS ON SURE tHING NOW j Ill never be without Dr King New Life Pills again writes A Schingeck 047 Elm Stj3ufIaqN Y They cured me of chronic con stipation when all others failed Unequaled for Biliousness Jaundice- Ind Mablaria and Debility 25c at Winches ter Drug Company Here is the place to do ours Xma S shopping for your children Hensleys old stand Everythinn atreduced prices M D ROYSE 12213t See the beatiM line if chinaware at your iiwn rices at Kinsleys eId stand before purchailhii 122l3t I D ROYSE t = 1fts r r CtAS8lAffi Ml CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS r Ic a werd tar a mwrticr- 2c a word fir tftrtf cihstcutiyt In sertions 2c a word fir sack iddltlenal sertion tOo a word per month Scattered insertions Ic per Word per insertion Hothing inserted for less than tin cents Nothing charger OP books for less than 25 cents FOR RENT Handsome twostory residence of 10 rooms all modern conveniences arid outbuildings best location Price 40 per month c Modem residence of 7 rooms fur nished Hits baths gas etc This U your chance to start to housekeep ing for 30 Price 30 per month We have a number of small cottages for rent from 10pdr mouth up Offlca hi HcDdowney luWdtat t Moms Phiriia 728 East Than 26 i r WANTED Fifty girls and women r to learn to operate power sewing machines in a shoe factory j to lieslocated in this city Nice clean tOp per week guaranteed Operators after becoming experienced can make from 900 to 1000 per week Please apply in person or send your name ago and street address to Lewis R Hampton1 SQcre i tar of the Vinc testcr Commercial club Fifth floor McEldownby building Winchester Ky 1222tf L ROOMS FOR RENT To parties without children Mrs II C Bet ford 136 College street l2213l cod Q J FOR SALEAnice Ghickering piano in firstclass condition to Venard Owen 122i3t WANTED 100 people to buy Phoe nix mufilcrs for 38c at McCord Si Phillips 122 0yttSUBSCRIPTIONS tAKEN for any magazine or newspaper published Clubbing offers a specialty Catalogue on request South ern Magazine Agen6y Clark B Tanner manager postolfice box 454 0 1C phone 541 Winchester Ky 1i231f V W Bush 6 Company FIRE ANO TORN- ADOINSURANCE WllMbHESTER KY OFFICE HcELDDWNEY ItiltiJlNG fPhone 145 P NDlETON RUSH ft BoSjt MttMniys it Uw- 5tk 1100 IWfna LEWIS R HAMPTON l1iAttorney at taw I fflct 5th Floor McEidoWiiey Baildi j Special Attention to Collections t Winchester Ry it 14 J M STEVENSON Attorney if Lair 1i 10 S Main St Winchester Ky of t t seAND 11 it WEEKLY PAPERS SOEISCRIBENOWi If you sotold a r as to lose no numbers I can meet tiny price quoted Iyany Jagency K tCall or write for my new catalp tie WALLER BEAN fu dA 1 Christmas See tbe iJtl ofipictures I a at the Winchester Paint Al Wall Pa llo you want somctpias t1t J per Companyi n10 tfA i 77 t itrTJ Yt j t r t i l j v q41t Jg fir t L ti X THE WINCHESTER f NEWS1 f v J t 1 W av St c ysfers Dailyr tJ r it t We an e absolutely noth Oysters j 1 i r45ca quartrf 1 P vWRHAVE THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE LINE OF t Xmasr In the city having purchased over A 2000 lbs c All of our candies are made from pure thefrcentst f OVER 100 DIFFERENT VARIETIES v iQc to 4Oc perV if JBuy while the selection is M1iANCY WESTERN s C i White earmain 3 for I0c 40c doz I Extra fancy Winesaps3 for I0c 40c doz Fancy King Baldwins 6c peck 7 Extra fancy Russetts 50c peck h FancyNorthern Spys5Qc peck h Extra fancy Malaga Grapes the best on the market j20CjlB I t Both Phones INo40i tFISR WINS CHILD fibeas Corpus Proceedings at RiChI Chwnd EndsMn Decision for Fa lhet 1JlICHMOND Ky Dec 23Judge edhesday granted the petition of qverCF1ish in the Habeas tis proceedings which Fish inStituted last week for the purpose feIweinghis right as father to at least have partial custody of his child The proceeding owtng to the wide prominence given the Fish Welch case has attracted much at tentiori This suit was brought against Fishes wife and other mem familyXttorneysi claimed that pch ikepj fhechildat Welchs 1 practically 1sa prisoner refus VJfe its father to come on re pleIIlsCsand that the members or sfamily have continued this custody mid controlof the child deathiitrhe the entire day 4M it was not until a late hour Wed iSsday night that the judge announc v eiiiJt1 Granu early thlight Extra fancy Jumbo Bananas 20c dOZ r Large Florida Grape Fruit I0c 3 for 25c Oranges Florida Tanacrines or Kidglove Oranges 3 for Oc35c doz ed the decision of the court giving the father the opportunity to see his childand to enjoy companionship at stated periods The court has not stated it but it is believed that Fish will have the privilege ofseeing and having the child at least two days week NOTICE =r I will not pay any hills charged to me without an order from me Hll Talbott 12132w MAY LOSE RICHMOND Ky Dec 23Dr- W H Jones who accidentally shot his right heel while hunting Laurel county TYS broghtftO inI Gibson hospital here where is lieved an amputation of his legwill be necessary John R Gibson and Fred Links were present when the accident tvocurredi The injured man suffered six hours before medical aid was reached The discharge of the gun caused by the of the trigger as the doctor passing some brush 110 1 Do not fail to go to the f ir NEW JEWELRY STORE Yourf a v look through our stock and you will find presents at all prices and styles r Watch and Clock repairing all work guaranteed f 1 GHAS A CARRITH ERSv JEWELERf r Citizens National Bank aid tip Capital JlOOOOCj Surplus 151000 rWE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS t tye will give you courteous treatment and attend promptly z t 11 r ij ind1CJefuU to aU entrusted to us y tq jlIJjfmpson Pres AH Hampton O shier Ii i rF P4iUliyii V PresV J Poynter Ant Cashier t tit Ifl v +j i 1If j f 1J1H 4ft 4 lw ii fJIJO Ioot1 y tr n i axYt Jt eM rdO Jf The Last a Pays Belr Xmas= Finds MacNcill A Weathersi- n Perfect Readinssieto Take Care of Your Wants candies TON tMsyoar poundcomplete APPLES Bananas Grape Fruit LEG busltjess Florida Oranges We 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 on the market that can compare with this fruit for flavor We will cheerfullyreplace any bad oranges in a bo- xSizes200 176 ISO 126 25c to 40c per dozen 350 per oxI t Nothing You Can Buy Will Delight the Children Moro Than Fire Works We always carry the most complete f line in the city of Roman Candles Firecrackers SkYrockets Torpedoes and many other Pyrotecm cal Dis 0 n plays too numerous to mention a MacNe WeathersJ J rS W its a off t was catching W 1 l tr was USES WORDS And while assigning causes in gent eral for Kentuckys small increase fin population let us not forget that for riotous rottenness gilded gall Imr maculate idiocy and doublebarrelled devilitry the old commonwealths system of taxation is in a class to itself Todd County Times WANTS TO HELP SOME ONE For thirty years J F Boyer of Fertile Mo needed help and couldnt find it Thats why he wants to help longshimselfBackache Nervousness Loss of Ap petite Lassitude and Kidney disor ders He shows that Electric Bitter workwonders for such troubles Five bottles he writes whoUj cured me and now Tam well and hearty Its also guaran DyspepsiaBlood and Malaria Try them 50c at Winchester Drug Company- WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why nqt use home flour the best made Kerr perfection and White Pearl flour has no equal BB llPTor F Wl4ej CIIhIer SDCOW VlcePrdd deatAt Clark COUII- yNaUonaiBank EathfHI 1885 Accounts of Merchants Farmers and Traders Solicited CaMoo Made m Polite Capital and Surplus- 350QOOOO t 3 ic i1J 7Ira itP lZJrf Your Wife or Sweetheart Will Appreciate a Nice HQI ot Candy tL For aXmus Present See our wonderful suggestions All sizes ranging from i 70c to 500 Also Miss Halladays Famous homemade Candy put up in Xmas boxes z r y r l F t l x t I r t 1 CQf IMISShJ ERS SALE Clark Circuit Court Thelinchestea Btiilding and Savitig f Association plaintiff v v vs 4 Dock Pigg and Bettie Pigg defendants By virtue of judgment and order of sale of rtlie Clark circuit court rendered a t the December tenh thereof 1910 in the above cause for ihor sum of weight hundred and twen tyfive and 13100 dollars 82513 with interest thereon at the rate of six per cent per annum from Decem ber 8 1910 until paid and 5000 costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court houscid5orinl tlbidor thereabout bergg county court day upon a credit of six months the following described property to tA certain house and lot situated on Jackson street in Winchester Ky and frontingthereon about 50 fe tIand running back in a westerly di rection a distance of 146 feet more or less and being bounded on the north by the property of John W Compton on the east by Jackson street on the south by the property of Frank Anderson For the purchase price the pur chaser with approved surety or se curities must execute bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect ofa judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms J StOKELY Master Commissioner Clark Cir cuit Court T M STIr ON Attorney for Plaintiff 1222St f Here is the place to do your Xmas shpppinq for children Hensleys old stand EveWthin at reduced prices fr MD ROYSE 12213t J DON T FORGET l t of fine Furs ar rived Monday Guaranteed correct in style workmanship quality and price CURRY DRY GOODS CO 122131iiirt i SUBSCRIQErFOR11E DEWS f7 r 1 f t r4 ft 4 lri r1fc ce of We are The in TO CRACK 90 CENT GOOD We buy our nuts from one of in U S in as they are from English Walnuts lb 2 cITarraeona Almonds Naples Filberts lb rr 45c A OF Makes an acceptable An attractive Basket- FORLOO Consists of 1 Grapefruit 0 t 6 Western Apples 1 lb Surmna Figs 1 lb and 1 lb Mixed Nuts t H Pres Tr SELLERS VicePres L BAELR SecTreas Flowers acceptllbleoraXma1Ipresent a botique Flowers agents f- orHQIVAKERS largest growers the South Get our prices See the assortment STRICTLY 1910 CROP Mixed NutsGUARANTEED PER the largest importers the the original packages shipped the old country lb Dates i Jumbo Pecans lb 25c I Brazil or Cream Nuts Ibv 20c Mixed Nuts lb 20cI SATISFACTORY I NICE BASKET FRUIT xmasprescnt Oanger fit The HoineOKPure Foods Io CHENAULT Cut ITHESE WILL PROVE rir lAVcpmp1eterslock A FEW Xmas Suggestions 4Crown Layer Raisins 2Qc IB Fancy Seeded Raisins I2J IB Layer Figs I5c and 20c New Dates IDem Cleaned Cunants I5c IB Fresh Cocoanuts Oc each Cape Cod Cranberries I5c quart Shelled Pecans 60c IB Shelled Almonds 60c IB Shelled Walnuts 60c IB iI Elks Building i Main Street it 1BMgrs DAN W SCOTTI The Central Kentucky Tobacco j Warehouse Co i n Incorporated i I Both Phones 964k l K Opp tteUniVerSity S Upper to Lime Lexington Ky y The Leading Warehouse In Lexington Having sold over 2000000 pounds since opening j of season October 25 1910 Offers superior inducements to farmers of Centrall j Kentucky to sell their tobacco in the largest best V v Righted and best equipped loose leaf tobacco ware Jv I i house in the world ii500000 square feet floor space J 500000 pounds capacity of loose leaf tobacco v V per dayi f Redrying plant of 75000 pounds per dayPd 7 vate track free to all railroads capacity 15 card J loaded or unloaded under shelter V i r Shelter for one hundred and fifty wagons stable i 7 reborn fcr 300 horses x V5rc j I Open day and night s J We have sold an interest to the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Com pany who are represented by Mr B F Buckley of Bourbon County one i of the most experienced tobacco warehousemen in the state Strict personal attention paid to the receiving grading assorting t and selling of each individual crop Whether loose Of in hogsheads l If necessary we can devote one floor to loose leaf and one to hogs head tobacco throughout the season Calland see us and be fully convinced where to sell your tobacco either loose leaf or in hogsheads The Central Kentucky Tobacco Warehouse Coy IncorporatedLenin K JuckyIo i 1 M J 41I1t i 1 K 1 Jk t t rti Jis 11I t ci r1 r ktft t c 4 rT ii h t t i