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J R t 1J jf 4ct a 0 i ILASTEDITION VOLuMES NO KENTUCKY SATURDAY DECEMBER 24 1910 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK 1 t NINE DEEDS f r 4 Real TEstate Business Is Very Slow fy and Wit Probably Not Be Bri Untn Next Year fl LDuring the past three weeks only nine deeds have been recorded in the county clerks office which goes to show that the real estate business has been very slow It is not probable that the real estate business will pick up until the latter part of Jan v liary or the first of February The following deeds were recorded J E Lanter ands ife to Dr Jeff Webb 7 acres of land on Muddy Greek pike 54550 John W Swope and wife to K P Hadden 20 acres of land on Iron- Works 2000 r T H Copeland to Carrie D Payne lot on Burns avenue 600 N II Witherspoon to C B George and W W George lot on Maplju street 500 F W Bowen and wife to Sudie A Bowen 24 acres land on Chester and Red River pike A F Byrd and wire to Albert 2400I ner lot in College addition J C Chadwell and wife to Mary McCord lot in Ford 300 James Embry to the Winchestei bank 10 acres of land and dwelling house in Goodes precinct settlement of judgment Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Co to W 0 Brock deed of release Liquid Carbonic Co to E E Kid well deed of releaseIFOR 112t li1t t COURT l th OLER Ki fir Walter Rice Announces Himsel r J asCandidate for Office to Succeed Mr Lee S BaldwinjYf Mr Walter Rice has announced himself as a candidate for the offics of circuit court clerk to succeed Mi Lee S Baldwin who wasi apppiutfi to fill the vacancy caused byj r th deathof Mr JonaSR Bush So faJ Mr Rice is the only imHdtraced can didate for this office and has been working hard for several weeksn STAG DINNER c fewttof his most intimate friends with an elaborate course dinner on Friday s t leering at his elegant home on Col j The decorations were very artistic and the menu was delightfully served Following the sumptuous repast the gentlemen enjoyed whist until a late hour V Mrs Carrie Buckner andiMisrfjSu Buckner are spending the holiday vith Mr W A Buckner in Nor York Mrs T R Hardin has gone ti Louisvilla for a six weeks stay MrC S thibcity but now engaged extensively in contracting at Corbin Iy is hereB visiting relatives an dfriends ilr and Mrs Mike Raker announce the engagement of Miss Mary L Kel ly to Mr Willie Brandenburg The JA mar theibhome on the Ruckerville pike Dec 28 at 230 oclock No cards bnti friends and relatives are invited t iMrs Ed Brown of Pant Lick i the guest of her sister Mrs J Brandenburg She will leave Sat ur tiny accompanied by Mrs Brauden dbll1if to spend the holidnysvith their parents Mr and Mrs G McKenney f Paris Misses Elsie and Lucille Moffett 4ofMr a11Y LebIal1 n were for the CrenshawMoffet weddingI MAY PRECI TATE GIGANTIC STRiKE Employn ees and the Corpora lions Are Endeavoring to Get T- yrti vgetHer p l CHICAGO Dec 2Yith the rail t 1 rgad- a siganagei4and ocomot Qen gi veers oil tbeyergp of mi open iniptiira anddb0most sata1or i t tb l f w rv THE WINCHESTER NEWS 5WINCHESTER ARERECORIDfO road history but a few hours off Labor Commissioner Chas P Neill late Friday night stayed the strike order and paved the way for an amicable settlement The issue of peace or war will be determined Saturday At midnight the chances appeared on the side of peace A compromise which Mr Neill considered fair to both sides lakt I act upon itEachside will discuss it and if it is acceptable an agree a nognEarlyaPPeare GranChiefof Locomotive Engineers declared that lie saw no hope of a settlement and with his advisory board was pro patting to issue a strike order Some of the committeemen were making arrangements to leave the city and hurry to their respective divisions to be ready for the dash Mr Stone intimated that it was but a question ofto rfew thojirs when the bulletin ordering the men to leave their cabs would be issued About 7 oclock Mr Neill telePhon- ed Mrj Stone to meet him at a hotel a once with the members of the advisory board When Stone and his com mittee beached the hotel Neill pre agreementI s it is saidwill give the men a goo advance over the offer made theFby jThateral managers is said to be almost certain If it is rejected by either side Mr Neill will formally offer arbitration as he is required to do under the law- ALDWIN CASE NE4RJNG ENE Examination and Cross Examination of Mrs Lillian Tufnbull Finished Friday LOS ANGELES CalDcc 24 Lucky Baldwins gold could d anything against a def eriselesS wom an This was one of the parting launched at opposing attor neys and to the jiuybyMrjj Lillie Tjurabulluoforesh ended libr esti etno 3 1 i iint contest Uf fleT jj iugHref fBeatticeicfor heaWiffuai1 terofl all000000 estate tli8irflfa turfman left when he died two years The record of the womans testimony at the trial of her 75000 su against Baldwin has been destroyed and attorneys for the state were en deavoring to secure her present vet ion of that testimony preparatory o introducing evidence for impeachment when she replied as quoted tot questidn as to liat reason there might be for so many forgeries of h lettersSeventeen more of her alleged le ters were introduced andUe d clared every one of them t bftse atro cious forgeries perpetrated by a vil laiuJnltfMemploypf that treacherous a R yo POPULAR COUPLE WED The WibCrouch to Mr Wm Talbo ryan was solemnized at the Brown Proctoria hotel in Winchester Friday afternoon at 430 oclock Elder E PL Koch pastor of the Little Rock Christian church officiating The attendants were the bridegrooms brother Mr James C Bryan and the brides sister Miss Idelle Crouch The bridal party left Tattle Rock antiWmarriage be no surprise- to a large circle of admiring friends outiive daughter of Mr and Mrs I T mostipopular young women The bride groom is a son of Mr and Mrs W F Bryan of North Middletown and is ta promising young business man being Ute cashier of the citizens Home bunk of Little Rock The user riage is the culmination of a romantic courtship covering n periodof ninet yearsAfter the ceremony MT and Mrs Bryan left Winchester on the 540 p inL N train and will spend Saturday and Sunday in Cincinnati Littleaw a u nished flat in the residence of Dr and Mrs B F McClure Dont bet with your wife unless you are I reP ared io lpse whetheivyou wiri nest ri 51 V t i i REPORT CANNOT Btlt VHRlmm Butler Tells Reporter Col Bacon Ms Eating His Breakfast and Later That He Is in Europe Followinbd 14irsdrominentta the law firm of Field Dorsheimer j t suddenlyeAt his home at 247 Fifth avenue a reporter who called to inquire about the report was told that the Colonel was taking his bath Ten minutes later the Colonel was reported to be eating his breakfast When the reporter returned five ifthe Bacon would talk to him The report1 er called up a d was positively assured that the C l ilel was lit Europe But You toldmche was eatinn tills thedWell they ent breakfast in- Emopedont they was the reply j upAt No 1 East Sixtyninth street it was said she could not be seen A butler how ever gave the assurance that there was no truth to thereport I know about everything that goes on here he declared and if Mrs Harriman intended marrying I guess I would JiUOW about it esratethat nothing wasjkliwiiihere YftlCre JCoI0 dishfairs He retired from active practice at the bar in 1888 and became connected with various railroads in cludihg the Baltimore and OhioTlie report grew Out of the fact that Mr Bacon and Mrs Harriman have frc qtiently been seen together at art sales The death of the railroad magnate made Mrs HaMMWoiVS orlthcl chest women in the lJ 18 is t1d1ih t f Pentls o nil tied l her t ia e t ie lemlres m llHgIBgler uge esta onS1bltltiCSOfI MSANEPATIETS SHOP IN ST LOUIS Superintendent of Asylum Say That They Display More Common Sense eThan the Sane People 241ihoenow for t fo wctolfldifi Sfereut piftibnliP Hi ibticiff sanitarium have been v Superintedent H S Atkins to go shopping down town under the escort ofa nurse Friday and Saturday n like number will be allowed to much holidatty JIC Peace on Earth I GoWlvWin to I fMenI Gbettews tMfsbes DuI f neaitdlll t- R lttrrJ Christmas f I a1bap altd iprosperwis et ar f i WW W Superintendent Atkins vdio is calledon by the enthusiastic shop pens upon their return to the sani tarium to inspect their purchase says that in nearly every instance his charges have shown what he considers as good judgment if not better sense in laying out their money than the average shopper He holds that in the crush of Christmas buyers the patients Juive an equal chance with any other per suchwpnormal people The insane are sitpeis ensitive to a degree and the fact that they are not made conspicuous by bavins with them a ntfrse in the regulation1 uniform seems to have been appreciat toIeNot a single complaint has resulted from the experiment None strayed on any occasion from tU guardian nor has any demurred at any time to obeying the slightest in junction put uponJiiniAjr her by lt nurses Clerks in department stores ally the patients acted tJmOrCI saholv thanthe9therChristma ssh6ppuiKrJi UNCLE AND NEPHEW DEATHr Body of Boy Is Found in Scooter and That of Older Man Several Miles FromShoreu NEW YORK Dec 24 Georgo Bjrownvof Sayville and his 15year illiainsoilwere fireat South Bay Yedlicsdaynight their bodies being found Thhu dap Browins body was lying on the licey about two miles from shoiCii The was in the scooter 11101afternoon b c Brown was an expert at handling sudden9tik pist head struck the ice with such force that his skull was frac hued and he froze to death The boy left alone in the scooter was helpless When his body was found his clothes were frozen into u solid mass of ice and it was neces sary to chop it off MAN DESTROYED OFFENSIVE HEADGEAR PHILADELPHIA Dec 241rnil Edwards of New York attended performance at a Market street theaHter He was ushered to a seat recly behind a young woman who in sisted upon wearing a largo hat throughout the performance LMwards was unable to see the stage and after making several re cnirrts of the young woman to remove he hat he just naturally reached ever and theboffensive headgear Before the six ushers employed it the theater reached Edwards there Eventuallylieheld in 800 bail for a further hear hig next Thursday before Magistral Beaton Edwards declares the young woman was breaking a theater rule and therefore she had no redresse CANDIDACY FOR SElECT COUNCIL Is Announced by John Finn Crippled Newsboy Who Is Familiar to Thousands x PIZ TSBURG Dec 24Yithev cry prospect of being elected John Finn a qfippled wsboY1 whose face is familiar to thousands of Pittsburg business men has announced his candidacy for select council to succeed Albert J Edwards a noted poll tician ling president of select council who died several days ago Finn is a hunchback and leas sold newspapers since he was a child He lateChristophere4 a state politics and was of ten taken to conyetie a p in1ns t c1ICity qqhhqWp nl tt9t 4 l ipn tir 9IY1 Jrrl a1dllh tiiioncnd pwns property tbtLIc 5 tqmlforprcternaturally bright has picked up a fairly good education which is founded upon newspaper reading wad he is quite n factor in politics in the Fourth ward which he proposes to represent in council Finn will have the support of thou sands outside of tills own ward and their influence combined with that of his bigger political friends assures him of election NOTICEt rillf1otlPtY any bills charged to IItTeti 92wks 1rr Dpnt waste time trying to squeeze a Hold maid or a bad lemon IDQnt send for a doctor if you pre c a natural death ify rt f v CflrlstmasPresentl REMEMBER that the New neeas yWt Subscript Moneyi y6uave not paid OPj Cpmew on CauttsDay next and give us a Christmas Present aying ufnf for a year X r tt y iy 3D 4cbJ IA h 4r LJt s 4J 7 f ri- yrs1t A d f J c MEN BURIED BENEATH SNOW Mans Foot Protrudes From Mound and Pedestrian Notifies Police Victims Still Alive PITTSBURG Dec 2dSeeing a maws foot protruding from a snow covered mound back of a billboard Second avenue and Hays street omestead Thursday morning Mrs John Harkins called a policeman and pedestrians to dig out thetmon When the snow was taken off the pound foundshuddled deadThe frozen bodies were loaded into an express wagon and hauled to the police station Physicians were call ed to determine if the men had frozen to death or if there had been foul play and when they stripped the men andexamined them the doctors dis covered that both viere still erlthegave it as their opinion that both recoIeredhas not been The mens discoeredIbut no papers their names A few torn pay enve lopes and brass checks such as are commonly carried by foreign mill workers were found on them HUSBAND IS WIFES PERSONAL PROPERTY And May Be Trealetlgas SheHPIeases MrsFranATLANTA Ga Dec 24 Because Mrs Frances E Robb at times put on male clothes at home stuck a revolver in the hip of her trousers nnC then bulldozedher husband the latter Thursday was given a divorce Robb testified that as often asoncc month for nearly a year Mrs Robl had been in theliabit of garbing a moat of seating him nearly ti lt Y rlndtltin asre tolkdhchid y311gltttryt She halamnr3btd tsboa MtfNpftbqrs aprroborateH Robbbi a emqnt as to tMej manitihndtosi and conduct o hrswifeh Mrs Robb who is a finely bail woman while Robb is rather insignifi cant physically was in court and ad mitted that she occasionally played man at home But I had aright to do it sh said A husband is a wifes person oughtowith him I had to be stern at time withmy husband to keep bin straight MORE TOBACCO BUT LESS MONEY Production of 1910 fs Worth 4500 Less Than That of 1909 Says De partment of Agriculture WASHINGTON Dec 24The department of agriculture made public tnIbaccoburley district was 253150000 IbsJ as against 244800000 last year tin t was worth 24302000 as against 32803000 last year The crop of the Paducah district was worth 5803000 this year asj against 4040000 last year and ti similar increase arts noticed iV the Henderson district the upper Gcen ndHopkinsilleConcerning the burley crop the report says The cured product is inferior lo last yearfs in size color and botfy being mostly medium and lowgradss shouing some house burn acid ltavul y a small per cent of fine tobacco The yield per acre 830 pounds is loO pounds less than that of the pru ecl lag crop and the Dec 1 price U JG cents a pound against 134 cent in 1909 SWORN IN ASDEPUTY POLICEMAN Friday afternoon Mr 3Iaurice Stroud was sworn in as deputy po iceman jby County Clerk J A Boone Dir S i wllassi tChief ofPolice WoodsoiiJ lyicCorS awirlg Christmas J f rL t Yc04 I II I rtiX WEATHER Sunday fair and calder IToAMorrow 1 V XlVf r iI MARKErS CINCINNATI Dec 2J Ubpeipt and shipments of live stuck at tu Cincinnati Union stockyards ycsNy day were Receipts cattle 750 head Burr hiptllcnthogsCattle Quiet and easy to sijmlr lower shippers 5 25nG 2 i fishy 50 butcher steers extra r t ue go dto choice 4 755 75 coat cnn to fair 45 65 heifers extra 5i 2iit 5 40 god to choice 4 505 lo coiv mon to fair 3 50754 25 COT extii 4 755f good to Choice 4f 4 Oi commonto fair3 50o3 S5cimiei cluiibo4 Go fat bulls 4 905 mihh COWN steady ti f Calvesf SlnYi5it yesterdays ll4il strive extra 99 25 Mn t ji a i i0tiEl luliiat6tttn Eldatgh 4 i hIogsMaketi 5lowl mill IFie 1fAov selected heavy liipptirs 7 007 9 ood to choice paekersm l nii lipr 7 907 95 mixed packers 7 1ia 7 90 stags 5ti 75 comp nhchoice heavy fat sows tiC i liyit shippers 7 7ri79yfpy llO 1hn and less G7 95 Sheep StlH1Ylfu stfnjig ox try 3 854 good to choice 4 y5t 3 ii common to fair 23 25 Lambs Strong extra ti itor 50 gouitutotttidiic9ifauiiflrp51o ttIiHhrt4U fitiw ljf Ofti htWI yi oo I liiek 4j5ho uoJ r unrr r Ofli fillof l4i nrrIli 9o rllfi9tl lrtiMiss Margaret Dykes of this cily and Mr Strolher Park of Richmond Ky were married at the residence t Rev B J Davis of Lexington Ky in the presence of a number elf rcli tivds and friends Miss Dykes is the oldest daughter of Jonathan T Dykes of titirity anda latebJudge Ed Taylor Mr Park is the soil of Walter Park a wealthy farmer 1cic1ingnlar- Richmond Madison county Ky- TOMAILSUBSCRIBERS the first of the new year is app uroachinq and every merchant needs Honey The News is no exception to the rule It has a large amount of money due on the rural routes and jry mail Every subscriber that Is de linquent will find the date to which he has paid up uu the margin of the paper It is hard for this office to reach you but it is mighty easy for you to Saturdayfdollars Kindly remember your sub inIAfter the first of tile year The News will be compelled to gut off all subscribers who are In arrears three arcIIto any person who is back three months in his subscription We knew you do not want to stop the pacer therefore aid us alllDucan and help our pocket also cominu in right away and Davinnriin TOO LUTE TnCA IFY FOR SALEAtll inrgaiii price iC soldatoncCtwo house s and loo A PP yt+ i STRAYEDTo ojveli Djf VSOJIH- stasblb on Dec 22r tin aged bay r mare ratheivswayibaOketl weafiog mans small saddl andblihd lrlllC2 fJj wc r FI I 24vr ifr 4 r1 l trfy rqa r51 y I 4 M Mywlts4 k il srity Lv w3Z r y Lw Jrd bX t r ft r Ui r4t ar tm 1JWL 1 fefetr t r t t4o f J 1til 1WiftL o J orI 2J1- j ii 1 sliwt uc TfWll lESTEfINEWS nfjt1 t i RtWIJIlli iWlWS 11 r perIt 1 Published by THE W1HC ESTER NEWS CO- 1 fnaorporated 1r l IUM4e 109JII South Main Street Winchester Kentucky I IDaily Except Sunday I Entered as secondclass matter November 28 1008 at the postoffice 1 in Winchester KentuckY under the Act of March 3 1879 i IBothPhones 91 I SUBSCRIPTION RATES e IJDnilyone year 300 Months 150 ISix Month 25 Paable in Advance- ADVERTISING I I Dls1p =rrlnc RATES h One time any 25 Three tunes within one week 50 I 30t1OaeI Foar weeks i tunes s REek 240 Four weeks ee time sa week UJO Four weeks thor times a week 12G Four weeks one time a week 75 I Reading Notice P Line Business notices body type 7tIPure reading news heading15r Three continuous insertions of saint tem a double the onetime rate 1CllisiftldperWqnI li IEadl1thre additional jnseItions 121I 2 One calendar tao continuously 10i IN thing counted Jess than 10 words No item charged on books fol I less than 25 Bents THIS PAPER REWRESdftTED FORFOFEIG ADYERIl51Nf t1f THE lJY GENERAL OFFICES NZVr YOR AND CHICAGO DRANCHES IN ALL THF PRINCIPAL CITIES I1 I CHRISTMAS The 25tH lay pf December is observed the world over as the day oit WhICh Christ was horn It is not ir Jilittcct date Illl n r mtJQl iiiitil th e fifth century after Clirisil that t WQar mfA Jd3 ffy Chris al1mft1itjbrttate there wcre tIva Y then on the 25th of December Of the days in the year itisthe one above all oth efs fFr i mg1t is1 uufortunate 1r ilia t pit is observed by some indissi Yr pation hut ujpoij the whole it is observed without improper conduct ProbabyIt the best description oIa gopd s time was written by Chas biked It is when Mr Pick wick and his friends spent Christmas wtthtfMe Bardie and his family We knowno more pleasant sal1 tation tha FAmerry Gljristmas to you Jolly old Santa C lassrJJl a real person to the children arid sri lg it 1K t f 11 I The mil1foJ rhristmas present iLP juibeisai cjftstom We have Iffii PJSljite Piat it was over Hno that nonnlA of moderate means 0 fbecause of the custom give more that fiheypJreally able to af rdand wjreseiits giijiexto a rfiliildin such pro ifusipn that it is unable to appreciate hem jivdiakUt tp develop destructive feesS and in turn extravagance as fthe child getaoideri IjWe know that this is not a time o preach a sermon qn economy So two close bX pstkiiding tp every read fer a 1fedrtrCHnstmas greeting lo thiff ritmever will be sat isfactpry =tarifl and taxes Jr J Talking too much has done more harm thaivatiy bther ono thing r The 2x4 Democrat that neerr at Col Bryan andthelil72 Reubo- ans that sneer at Col Roosevelt are gradedAas culls They are 110 more than smmtcrs it ri CaRpma WUsh has made it afin for a man to fresh another A good Ihaxda onrlie deadbeats The court4ippealsiscailed upon ter dscide anolher phase of the to bacco u tJht e question o e lier a gr aids a sigh tod n hi tohco on the open b ks5tt1 the Burley society has fd i li ttlV r St INinchestertumberand Mariufactwiflg A farmer friend referring to the neeting of independent tobacco growers at Lexington says that it reminds him of a battle The battle jf the poolers was fought and lost Their a lot of outsiders jump in shoot some firecrackers and claim thnttbcy fcre in the fight May It PleaseYouTo- Dine With Us Sunday Dinner BrownProctoria December 25 75 Cents per Plate Menue PotageAux Huitres iLaitucMixedTaruiteSaumouee Ji Diude Ifbtie Lpnge De BoeuJE Frozen Egg Nogg SaJade De Celeri Puree De Pommes De Terre Petits Pois Ala Anglaise Toma tes Hot Mince Pie 31ace De Creme Ala Vauille Gateaux Assortis Fromage De Rotniefort Pain De Mais Pain Americaiue Simple Care Ala Creine The Mele Dinnor from 1 until 2 CALENDARS The demands for our Calendars have been so great that we have heen compelled to duplicate last years orders three times We still have some left for all who will call for themJOUETTS INSURANCE AGENCY 205 McEldowney Building Let Us Find That Leak It takes a skilled plumber to find some leaks Dont waste your time and energy looking for it With one lose inspection yje caujjfid the leak for you Tliab comes of ex perience amlitiic faetf knowing i Anti 14udont haige you any rri1heWfTor ill experience either ca the advantage of dealing IAvatlPns fJ Sam Thos Boone 29 West Broadway TOYS WANTED Anyone having toys that to the Associated Cliaritie tare requested to send to the office i the Fraternity building morn I NEW JUNK SHOP ItMt l Wainseott court near North Main street Vill buy Furs Hides Scrap paytraiLjgood pjices CHAS 122 lmsat NOTICE r All cards in doll contest to receive Dece23 CURRY DRY CENTRAL BAPTISTCHURCH J George W Shb erdjPastpr Services at courthouse Sunday 11ta m and 7 p IDt raeJIp Wednesiy at 7i5pim Sa10tf t s Y WEVE BEEN BISCOV 5E selling first tass lumber at second class prices We plead guilty and propose to keep on doing it vjicuever possible Thats our plan to make this the most popular place in town for discriminating buyers If you arc a judge of quality in lumber you arc the one ZR 3vau toscp atrrdyou- ought 1 AtMH t io see us Go swhat Friday GOODS AstteOatarrh Cured Expert Medical Scientists Announce Startling Results Obtained By Senpine f New York Thousands are taking advantage of thegenerousoiter made by The Woodworth Co iq61 Broad way New York City requesting an experimental package of Senpjue the great discovery for Asthma Hay IJever Bronchitis and Catarrh which is mailed free of charge to all who write for it It is curing thousands of the most stubborn cases it mak sno difference how long you hav- enb sufferjng or how severe the cli matic conditions are where you live Senpine will cure you If you jiavecxnerimented with 9t4i er treatmepts andvhave failed to a cure do not be discouraged but send this wonderful truly fmeritou5remedy which is a scientific compound djscovered Jv a Professor of Vienna University and is being recommended by thousands Capital IIOOOW I Undivided Profits 200000 =THE Wipch t rB nk O- FWINCHESTER KY NH WITHERSOON pJwflentJ 1rsIW R SPHAR lA i lnCaTS a3t1 2sf1D rrtTrI1UO IU1t eiull 7snoitn9 a t SOL1CJT YOUR tt a q N s1J Xmas nuts and candies at Barnes Everything guaranteed 1212eod2w EX BARNES C0OREDCOluMNi JW W Banks Editor Christmas tree at the First Bapti church anti Allans Chapel tonight Clarks Chapel and Broadway Mon day night lnclat the Christian church Thursday night Asa Parrish is buildng a house on Saunders street Pastor Traberlake vJl baptze two candidates in the Christian church baptistery after mining services tomorrow and read the annual financial report of the Broadway Baptist church before the public at night Mr Harvey Lisle white has let ofsa streetn in James and Wm Bell who have dlhomefor Spdkane Wash to join her husband SanfordGurry Influence y6ur fiiCiiUs at hoLe and abroad to subscribe for JThe IfewsV y 1 k f j The following program will he ren cleredat Allans Chapel G lr E church tomorroit SutttTayj evening at 630 oclock under the Auspice of the Womans Qqrpf Missions Song choir- Invocation Rev J S Webb D D Scripture reading Mrs Mary Robinson Song choir Paper Mrs Susie Morton Duet Lillie Mae Robinson and Jerry Yates uTheC M E Church and Her Great Commission Mrs W W Bilks The public isinvitedp be preseuh TheSt Phl1MetlOdnt cliurchit Lenin gton is engaged iiia meeting I 2 r 1 i r t f hr j U 4 M r L 4 L m LtJTION SAtE4w Jr Because ofthJ qe bmember ofthfire we ate cc1PJ rL I Jf9ttifl ill dace our stock as much tefcossible in order to frJilCJ up the a airs of f MifiMp anqit Jl gBitejhe usims sITQao this quickly we otter It 4 r L t f j A bGODDSpijY1 i t r ATI Ar r r r i t SWEEPING REDUCTION qr I r j I 1 OFF1 1 ii t du7cL I rf rf vt v I nJfrt h J SllitDepar1innt t r 42QO Suits for J 2125f0 3QO Suits for 175iD 3250 Suits for 1625 A 3000 Suits for 15XD 1f 2500 Suits for 1250 xr a 1850 Suits for v 9 25t t1jr t1 f ftO- l i i rI fl TleMse note that these ftaU= races we quote are not on old goods but on the very Newest and Latest Style Suits bought in new York last fall especially fpr This =Seasons wear Vie note only reV butwe 1av many for the ea ly comers tp JelFEJro1Vf A i fth t 1200 Skirts for 1000 Slilr for1a 8 00 to 9O Skirts rfrr l 750 Skifts for r r t Ji6 J rT iu f Ali ism nn111w C it It r 3ubrttiw sad 1l r Pcf t t t l tt ti l f Fr 7siIfi r L 3f trf i f 1fJitces t Goods f 1670andiAA 1 Much A If T JL if 4 o 00udilitiol and the First Baptist churchbbf the wine pity will give a free dinner Monday to all the poor people rtMany of our female servants fail to go as tidy OIl the streets and at work as they could shad should theslate u e a pastor here ivAs iiithe city Thurs slay en route fro9i Lancaster to Louisville Whflin the city she was the guest of Rev and MVs H D Col crane 1 5RfuLS nfc1theaehtist was at his Mi Sterling ofce Tuesday f aR i I IJ t I 1 I LI r 2 rqrv i4f h f b1 r y THE 1NINCEtESTERliEWSCtr L i lit l iI1 k itkIjjItJI 01Ir iefiBow n I aewclcrOpticlait 1 1 G YKf tf4 1 f 1+ Jt at t t iatatK ftG t t 7 fy iflCl K tnJI IC 1C lC 2 JfsJ I511CIE T Y 1In Hono If of Miss Nelson MissMattia Weathers was hostess Thursday aftornoon f1ercounlry home of a beautiful linea shower iuj of Miss Mary Barlow Nelsbh marriage to Sir John Jesse of IvhJJseille will be a pretty event of future The attractive ol- dhone decorated elaborately with l Christmas greens red bells and a quantity of xed flowers and lights for happy occasion and during the de i4fful hours a delicious buffet IUras ser red and a silver loving theeahe n happiness of g- br elect The collection of dainty anlWkutifui lgiftsWer i presentedTn a t effecttvewayfrom an attrac I 0 t y IenseIImr1with Cupid suspended above them jvnd from the boat the bride fished for the pretty packages concealed in the boat The party was a very de lightful gathering of Miss Nelsons friends and the afternoon was much enjoyed 3Iiss Weathers was Assisted by her sisters Mrs Ben Darnaby Mrs Howard Weathers kind Miss Sarah Weathers and the guests were Misses Eunice Earp of Winchester EvajlllnnBander Sue D McCann Elizabeth Carr Elizabeth Rash of iexihgfou r rJ uf OpenSaturday Night Because of the bad weather of Thursday and Friday and to give our patrons a chance to purchase what they want we will keep OPEN SATURDAY NIGHT Special prices on lines tot close out stock saturdalfnJ1an j C1iftohB ff r H 11 I f K m 1r S Ross Mary Layson Weathers Blanch- ehh Padsillie Weathers fua athers l ary Ella Crim uose Yfooomau Jane Graves Mary Weathers Sarah Weathers of the county Sallie McDonald of Winches ter Mrs Anna Swift Turley of Win chester Mrs Thornwell Tadlock Mrs Kelley Haley of Paris Mrs James Nunnelley Mrs Earl Shrop shire Mrs Ben Darnaby Mrs lathe Parrish Mrs Loula Graahgan Mrs Chas Stevenson Mrs Stanley Crim Mrs Horace Coleman Mrs Howard Weathers of Lexington Lexington Herald a j OLD MEN RETIRED Jj rrIndustrial Concerns t Wil Engage Young Men In these days of strenuous compe tition wihen dividends count for more than men the man who retains his youth is the man who holds his job the longest That is why one of the most suc cessful dermatologists Paris has warned young men to take good care of the hair If you grow bald at 20 or 3 cr even when you arc older that bald spot will so far as appear ance goes add 10 years to your life Men who have hair should by ali means keep it In later years it may mean a livelihood to yourself and family Dandruff means falling hair falling hair means dandruff Stop falling hair and dandruff now Go to Phillips drug store and get a large 50cent bottle of guarantee Pc1Jidrive out all dandruff and kill the mRememner rrtbaldhandicapped at the start Parisians Sage will make hairbgra v will itba lustrous appearance that denotes health and youthfulness For sale by Phillips and druggists everywhere Girl with Auburn hair on ev cry bottle GENTLEMENI give your wife a nice buggy robe or youIcan use 1 Y s see o s Fri9r3fc SUtOfllBE FOR THE NEWS 11 it i tt j 1 m1IJATalbott r j PURE FOR an be = at Mrs XMASI ests fireworks a specialty t FREE pRESCRIPTION Sent to All Ask of Wonderful New Medical Discovery r D J Walshs most wonderful discovery has attained such remarkable success that he has decided to send a free prescription to all who fill out the coupon below and mail it today The ordinary doctor would charge from one to three dollars for writjng a common ion the specialist from five to I offer to writeaPrescr7Ption suit ablour case and offer to d2L it FREE 5 Tfllljalso send you free of book How to Get Well for your gala Do not wait as you mlliqnot see this offer again but fill out the coupon and send today Renumber it will cost you nothing for thi wonderful new prescription discovery jusrfill put coupon and you will TeceiveLpresciiptioji aid book by return mail all charges paid I Coupon for Free TreatmentA- ND FREE BOOK Drm J Box 2094 BOSTON MASS Send me at once all charges paid your free treatment for my case and your bookall entirely free to me MY NAME IS MY ADDRESS IS AgeHow long afflictedL If your disease is not on the opposite write the name HSGI CAfJDtE bought confectionery Who Prescription SENT FREE WALSH My Principal Trouble Has Been Make a cross X in front of your trouble f Two crosses XX in front of the one from which you suffer most Rheumatism Kidney Trouble Lumbago Bladder Trouble Diabetes Heart Disease Dropsy Impure Blood Neuralgia Female Trouble Diarrhoea Torpid Liver Constipation Partial Indigestion jLNervousness Headache Malaria Dizziness Brights Dfseaso IL THE BESTtjis alone good enough for our customers yt have been in this business in Winchester r for many years and have learnedbyexpeliencemany points Qal trade which n amake it possible for us to serve Ubeltheapet and more satisfactory than aItYb dye1s r iiR1 MAR Yffu GO yt r t lght EreIfenyesJiI1r tt us we nave still 45 pounds to livePele Mele r q r 7111U3r ifJlfl d1ti MEJtllqtUTrQK leUJitril1 n JChristmas services at Methodist- church Sunday Sermon by 0 Jot Chandler Special music J Seen abont that insurance yeti Its a bad policy to piit itoff better have us write you a policy in one of our companies every one of which is of a substantial excellent character Xmas fires will soon com the Xmas Tree fires etc Talc the hint and permit us to insure you against fire loss Strothers Insurance Agency Fraternity Bldg Phon 185 WE ARE SOLE AGENTS EOR Meniers French Chocolates and Bon Bons JuEt received a fresh supply direct from the factory Choice CIGARS in holiday packages 100 up Also nice line of FREHCH BRIAR and MEERSCHAUM PIPES BrownProctoria Pharmacy Chas A Hosey Ph G Proprietor Peoples State BankPAID UP CAPTALSIOOOOOOOJ Surplus Fund 2000000 In our short history of a few years we have btilt Upbusl t ness of which we are justly proud We are pleased with our business because of the volume to which it has already attained and the prospects for its future growth We are gratified because we have established a reputation for fa r dealing pith ours customers and friends And we are glad that our customers are in all parts of the city and coun ty and that we number our customers among the humblest a well as the rich depositors We would like very much to have you enlisted as one of our t1StomersJand cordially invite you to make usa visit and inves igate our facilities for doing an ti to date banking business f JOHN My HODQKJN ORil4N Ia BKOWN PrM L B OOOKHKLL v firs t IjJ rC ft f 1 I t t 2- 7- 47 Pane Four z t r i THE WINCHESTER NEWS CO k yi r a sY HrCJ ro w 3 iT n 1 i t r vv i 4 tti t i f I r 11 t- iA i i J Fy 4 Ut J tu tY6I i ry r f mkv1 To do your Xmas shopping that you have been putting off from day to day We have decided toJ j make the coming week the busiest week of this year To do that YOU havje to help To J MAKE you help there will be offered this week gifts in Hosiery Leather Goods Neckwear Handkerchiefs Slippers Bath Robes and Umbrellas I At PtlOENIX MUFflERS Assorted Colors While Black M Gray Navy Btu s Sky iiltijBranPiiik chI 39cs i Bath iRobes The Prettiest Assortment that has ever shown PRICES n OOi10 e ii1hqlI Uhf jUlii orZ I1 nr 1 MENS SWEATERS i i AllWool in White Gray or Fancy Weave fi 1t5O to J3 51JI fv i itti SMf RIKGclf A Large Stock to Select from in Elegant Patterns= i and all sizes H WO to 750 l t fH f J v Fancy lestBr4 jl Why not buy a Fancy Vest while you can buy thfeinat Jo Discount Come in and see what we are offering at these prices r r REMEMBERf i Jp Ui ogee Days tIJ j 1 t F ii i r f hfr fr J r JSr + 5 1 Leather Goods Hand Bags and Suit Cases all sizes andprices j i400anuptoi250 ASsoaLarge Line of Tru- nksShoes i h Crossett Shoes in Pat ent Gun Metal Vici BoxCalfJoI n 1jHI The shoe for comfort and l arj 10 SC00 and 1500 HANDERCHIEFS Never have we shown a 4fancyor silk Be tOe 15 25 iOe 100 n I Ties Caseafter case filled h t ps Tiein a po Y XA 4 1 25c50c and 75e I You couldnt find a betterpresentto give your son or I nu t rar virt Xmas than one of our rt L Iaerwr 1 i MarfrJ r iORey ier1 I STROUSE BROS SUITS OR OVERCOATS WE HAVE 1 EIilIN ALL STYLES aiidWEAVES tirll 15 t0 I300 inr d tt SS r brt8 JI We have to many harming and apjr opriate gifts tht cannot 7 b07ebe enuUnea ted You will findsour Xmas offerings are in harmonyi with your Docket bookj from inexpensive articles to the most costly ones Letus show you our line of holictety I goods before you buy All are invited A hearty welcome no matter whether yau come to see or buy I 1 t l Vic B1- r mJie1d riCoffipany l 1 yI The Store That Save M MoneytJ J jdppo Ite CuOTtHo- ttsJWinchester A K Kentu ky t q tf It tjlhl J Jn1 j4 s t 4 y t J 1Y t IJtJI7 1 W j o i f jI f f if v prk 1 t rt rr t- svl 1ta 1 l Hosiery INTERWOVEffSILK LISLE liSii riiMr Pure Silk Sox and Tie to match sioo Silk Sox Tie and H ndker chief to math H l I- WrtI Eacji set in a Handsome Xmas Box Sraentot t Lisle and Silk Webb alf sets come in Xmas boxes 75cS Gloves For Men Boys and Children of every fescription HuSfkreds td seect from for dress wqldng driving autoin and working In yarn cloth kid cafe rein deersilk fleeced and fur lined SOc LOO 150 200- Silk lM Mufflers All very Rich Colo and Beautiful Patterns t iL0O 5O i 200 3ot e tui Iyttl l14irirRf tY4 r J t4rr4 t j cf s l u3 J tnt aEt Sai Ar y Afl p8rr i t rSr+ 4r 7 r r 0 c i r T ir fJiJ lL rw r J tI11CHESTERNEWS s PIMFiVA1 t MAKINGwGOOD There is no way of making lasting friends like U Making GoodVj and Dr Pierces medicines well exemplifythis and their friends after more than two decades of popularity are n mbered bythch ti reds of thou sands They havet made good and they have sot rnade drunkwrd A good honest lqUafedcalv medicine Of khdwp S mposltipn is JJr Pierce s Golden Medical Discoy k tJt still enjoys an mm7n esaleJYbilemostf tJe preearalion t t aVc Come into Fcimi r ence in the ItS 1o veu one the boardand fare never Ignore heard of There must be some reason for this longtime popularity arid that is V tp found In its superior merits When once a 1r r weak stomach or Jor liVer and blood its curative qualities are soon manifest hence it y has survived and grown in popular favorwhlle scores of 5 meritorious articles hawse v2udcie yjl9J1edmtp fayro r for a b perlf tl eaibcen as soonJfprgotten For a torpid liver with its attendant intfige tffin dylstfepgiii headache perhaps dizziness foul breath nasty coated tongue f With bitter taste loss of appetite with distress after Gating nervousness and debility nothing is as good as Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery v J Its an honest squaredeal medicine with all its ingredients printed on bottlewrapper = fr ho secret no hocuspocus humbug therefore dont accept d substitute tjiat the dealer may- make a lIttle bigger profit Insist on your right to have what you call for Don t buy iI Dr Flecks Favorite PrefecjrlpiioiiJ Expecting it to prove a cureall It 13 only ndviscd for woraans special ailments i gayerr9 sternusedr f ling curative virtues still maintain its position in the front ranks LIhGiP it1sjbOdai eitL10 p cz do3 ado I r f r As an mi oattn tonic and strengthening nervine it is unequaled It wont catistjr v alcoholris tI tit Dr Ptcrccs Pleasant Pellets the original Little Liver Pills ltloKrthe first pill of their kindt in the market ctiS lead and when once tried arc ever afterwards in ftvorEasv to take as candy Soe toyse Boone before buying nt isoj oift ajpuuq alb paaJ ano- tton i25fr Call 95 and 96 for first rlass goods of all lands in the grocery line 1212cod2y E J BARNES 1 HERE FOR CHRISTMAS JIVING ivisit our store prov iChn1 erskbmuch that exceedingly appropriate for gift giving V Baking hesI Coffee Percolators Pocket and Table Cutlery 2E Razors and RazrSIraps Ii Something for boy girl man woman c 1 Wont You Call and let Suggestions Help You 1 II ROCHEstER WARE SPECIALS B Dishes to Waiters 50 to 350 ssCake Baskets 200 to Pois 85 to 250 Go to Royso Boone an1get a load of the Red Star coal ihu bejtm town 12 r If u1 f A to ill J or or i 250 600 400 I IIIWashingOarviIigKnivesl50to800 Knives and Forks 50c to 12 Per Set Tea Spoons25c to 2 Per SetCTable Spoons50c to 4 Per Set Ci tH A Malleable Goal Ran e or a Buck Gas Range in the heart of the home delights the whole family jStiJ i COME TODAY WHILE THE STOCK IS COMPLETE i rlj JI h CORNER ll GRUBBS 8 BENTON BROADWAY arid MAINr l WWW i r ARREST CONSUL FOR PANAMA r l N Ag eaIiinjFermerPrbfessorat U r versltyr0f ChicanoChargeJ With Adulterating Headache Powders ci CHICAGO Dec 23A Gilbert heeler 70 years old consul for dClHlle nrIJHnljbertclIarg whielu manufactures a powder the label ptitlie packages of which de clared liat it 7pure and effective and was a cure for various ailments Arrest the consul of the Republic of Panama the aged chemist said after lie hail peen taken to theI United States marshaUs office You ionjIgovenim ids pure food expertJl1ldl I used tq41cep in the s Viiidvlater wl enri juarsHal I j WsJHIJct 111muI1I bet if Doe knewt t troubleWhcildii4fr tIHlmarkett 125tf FRANKLIN 11fl lames Wade is very sick MissrtleTodd of Rnckerville is the pleasant guest of Miss Nannie vthis week Mrs Blanche Cbistopher visited her parents Mr and Mrs Jones n ceotly v Messrs Yjyipn Wills anti Jo Ragland ri ere dhe il st Mr tan ti Mrs RichardVPox viSataVdny aiigb i and Sunday t ojf It lrlMisses tj o a Burglier r arid tjessia Martinwere the guests of Miss Nannic Martin Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Blanche Christophr closed her aluicpttIbitingatWade this week Mi1 and Mrs Clifton Fox enter tamed quite a number of youngfolks Wednesday night in honor of Muss unit Mar arid her guest Miss iyrllc T4jdd7of tReVervillo AU re poitcd a delightful time COMMISSI0tuEnU SALE Clark yrt Circuit Cotu- tTliejlinehestcrBuilding und Saving Associationplaintiff = vs Dock gdefcndmants By virtue of judgment and order of sale of the Clark circuit court remt lcd at the December term thereof 1010 in the above cause for the sum jot eight hundred and twen tyfive mia 13100 dollars 82513 with interest thereon a4 the rate of six per cent per annum from December 81 1910 until paid and 5000 costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court house door Winchester KentllChyto the highest- budder at public auction on the 26th day of December 1910 at 2 oclock For thereabout being county court- sdav upon a credit of six months the following described property toIi wit A certain house add lot si tua feetj Jackson street in Winchester froniing thereon about 50 J1nildJ nitninnback ina westerly dl1- ctilin distance ti 146 re tJ inqrej lor less and being founded on thej north by the property of JohrtII Compton on the cast by thefproperrstitchof Frank Anderson r For the purchase price the par chaser with approved surety or se- eurities must execute bond beai7n salejuntilBidders Wm be prepared to comp- lromptly with these terms J T STOKELY CtreJlr STV NS rItl i1fi tvj Attorney for Plaintiff Christmas 7 See the line of pictures at the Winchester Paint Wall Pa Do you went something tasty per Company 1210tf THE ITORIUM u Theatre Continuous performance lc dailyfroIh 330 to 430 and from 7 to 10 pm Music by K2c songsBy lOc pictures and new songs everyday Si ADMISSION N j 5 Cents JJR1NK 10 More Than Wet See Rbysc Boone before buying your feed We handle the best irii IIton 125tf prices on pictures during Winchester Paint Wall- Paper Company 1210 If We have the very best feed n the jnnrket Come ee iv hcf ore buy fl25tf SHORTHANn F Standard Phonography the short est legible shorthand Taught by course of individual Wessons tin Cyphone 737 gWnOtJG YEAR In the ad for the sale of unclaimed freight by the h E railroad in this city the date of the ityshould have been printer followed copy sent by the niilrqnjd officials and the proofreader failed to see the error Remember 1t3 fJftblSSS 1911 iJI4 11A CHRISTMAS PRESENT for the old or young is a box of Low nevs randy ttra basket of frui from Mrs Chas R Wests confec 11tionery i1278teod Sacrifice Said- M D Royse has purchsedthe entire stockof Frank Hensley on North Mainstreet and is offering it at L Sacrifice Prices tEvery department is complete the stock beingnew iffil fe and uptodate The store wilrbe open to customers f V beginning H WednesdayJec2110 t Christmas buyers will do dvelltoiaspect the display of fine Queensware Chinaware t Sweater Coats Under I wear Toys and innumerable other tr iL A IligivClrade Articles L Q fa it Pictures iwill be framedof praditallt t2Rt own pI ice during this sale f = Dont fail to take advantage ftbisU7dy 1f Jt T 1 1 1t8eOppQrl= f J 00 Itl b r i f h ClASSIFIEUCOlUMN t CLASaiFlEO ADVERTISEMENTS a war fir a Singh iHsertior 2ca word fir three ctnsecytlvt In sertlons a word for each addltiwal to ssrUan awonlperft1onth atter insertions lc per word per Insertion nothing inserted for less than tw cents Nothing charged on topics for less than 25 cents FOR RENT Handsome twostory residence of rooms all modern conveniences and outbuildings best locution Price 40 per montbflodeni residence of 7 rooms furnished lias bath gas etc This Is your chance to start to housekeep ing for 30 Price 30 per monthi We have a number of small cot tages for rent from 10 per month up mice lit MsEidcwncy Buill Ii1gfHome Phone 72r East Terrn26 j jitweenflue silver link purse Will liberal reward for return to Robt bins News Office 122ott Jrrassa WANTEDFifty girls and wpmen to learn to operate power sewing machines in a shoe factory to be located in 1thiscc clean 300 per week guaranteed Opcr ators after becoming experienced can make from x 900 to 1600 pri week Please apply in person or aellftft1dbuiltliiig 1222tits ROOMS FOR RENT To parties without children Sirs II C Bcdl ford 130 College street 12 l3tcodf a FOR SAlEAnice Chicken g piano in firstclass condition Apply to Ven i 1 Owe i 12r213t r1nixSUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN for any magazine or newspaper published Clubbing offers a spec ialty Catalogue on request Southern ltd anus Agency Clark It Tan ner manager postoflicc box 45 0 1C phone 541 Winchester KyII ll23tftt V W Bush 6 Company FIRE AND TORNADO INSURANCE k VINCHESTERKV J OFFICE McElDOWNEY Phone 14B PEHDLETON RUSH 10 BUSH t LnIWJti LEWIS R HAMPTON tAttorneyfflce 6th Floor ilcEidowney Special l Attention to Collections I 1Winchester Ky j L M STEVgHSONi i Attorney at L w MyIr6 1 All LeadenWEEKLYPAPERS I SUBSCRIBE NOWf If you have not yet renewed your j old subscription do it immediately so as to lose no numbers- I can meet any price quoted by any agency Call or writefor my new catalogue WALLER BEAN Itffliitipt OIdt1 r 4 t 1 oIfPIII Sf THE WINCHESTER NEWS x 3 flesh Oysters Daily tiF 1 rx we handle absolutely notJj i fi u t1g htJtBay Oysters 1isn1It1 mSOLID PACK m ST COMPLETE LINE OF l In A TON 2000 Ibs this made from pure Granu lated the risk of the ch candies to save a few centstSjfci VARIETIESJ rv i is complete APPLES JWhJle Peaijmain 3 for I0c 40c dOZ Extrafancy Whiesaps3fcr I0c 40c dozi tFneiJGng Baldwins 60c peck Extra fancy Russetts 50c peck Fstney Northern Spys 50c peck U iufc i i LO l O O llGa fL y arket Ar l 20C P3 GrapcIf IB W rw AtlftUA Milii = R r Phonesyt U Il R rr o she Cc 0 OLD LOVE LEITERS Marks Day in Trial of Count DAuI tt by Di Batisny on a Charge of Swindling f TOiJRS i l sixcc Dee 2A tent pestuous day in correctional couvt where UioJual of Count DAulby Ite ratigny and his American wf is l eing held on the charge of swind diffier a climax Tlmury lay aft ittioon in the introduction of love lIHtH urittcnbW l Aulby by the Duchess f Choi ri1ts e j rriltbn sine ttittina the reading of the letters 1t h the Duchess refused to su kiorledg i as hers the two women Duchess and the C untesa- hilbyrexchil 1il1ged furious gianaes JL Jove you so hard rend Mr Bernard counsel for DAulby that it makes me ill You have given ypurself tome All IasIf is that vfcu loven1o ajjvay That is Gods Q st gift t Day parses Tire dies but my Jove goes on forever Its an incaiidcs Sejpnt consuming Jlame that thrills me at YQur knees cradled in your Scarf Lucy The Duchess underwent pitiless ross examination as to hcrj lations D Aulby Jut she refused to anIrswer many of the questions and Begged the court to intervene to1 spare her rSIie citargesthat DAulby demand OOQ for the return of letter winch she hud written him and that L MacNeill Weathers Perfiff Iniiiess GaBHtfwir 45caquartt O Bananas Extra fancy Jumbo Bananas 20c dOZ Grape Large Florida Grape Fruit I0c 3 for 25c l Oranges Florida Tanacrines br Jvidgloyc Oranges 3 fOP IOe 35c doz L r it entIrenJ rsttmtura blackmailer after the disclDiy tjbjt the 11forof her love for himIKENTUCKY MULES in Good Demand in South Africa and Good Prices Are South Africa the American mule consid ered fur superior to the animals im ported from Argentine according to consular reports The Missouri Kentucky mule is the best suited for South Africa Onelhundred mules were recently impqrtett from tie JlJiilgd Stites and they have proved satisfactory that contract for 200 more has just been closed The mules must be 14 12 hands deep girth good bone and short legged and must be between four and seven years old The price paid for American mules in South Africa slightly less than BURNED TO DEATH Ky Dec 23 Solomon the 2yearold son of Mr and Mrs WTO Warren died at their home near Union rillsas the result of burns sustained about weekago His dress caught while he was stand ing in fr8nt of open grate and though his older brother the flames the child was severely injured that he died after weeks suffering Go to Royse Boone and gel tior the Red Star coal best in tSxiir 12 5tf f Cifizens National Bank I t4ai yt Capital 100000 Surplus 551 000 l sOt tCIT BUSINESS rM FWe will give you courteous treatment and attend Pro Atl Tiuiiirdlrefnliy to 21 buspes entrusted to us- ljpSjmpson Pres A H Hampton Cashier 1I PhUU sV Presii t W Ppynter Asst Cashier 1S Q t i t I 1 fj ii y 2 tCfhO The Last Two Days Before Xmas Finds J in to Take Wants ruining pound Fruit srthP Pai- dFjlASuINGfONDsc23Iu NICTIOLAS1LLE extinguiished YOUR 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 Day tonia Florida There is nothing on the market that can compare with this fruit for flavor Wes will cheerfully replace any bad oranges in box 200 176 150 126 SizesI25c to 40c per dozen 350 per box NttlhYng You Cdii Buy Will Delight time Children More Than Fire WorksW- ealways carry the most complete line in time city of Roman Candles Firecrackers Skyrockets Torpedoes and many other Pyrotechnical Dis plays too numerous to mention I1C vsre f e a 250 the r 1 t V a 1 a 1 THESGI1 USBLAMEDj- i NPPSKY 0TIr I1cc 22 Qrnzed a result ofreading about th v Lupton case at Alliance John Jackson aged 30 years a negro dis ciple of The Gift of Tongues cult Wednesday was committed to the To ledo asylum for the insane DR JOHN A SNOWDEN OFFICE IN Bean Building near corner Main and Fairfax Street Residence 143 Boone Avenue OFFICE HOURS am 1to5pm Both Phones office No 352 Residence Horne Phone 329 c j PURE XMAS CANDIES can be had at Mrs Chas Wests confectionery 127Bteoil WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution it the county is the Winchester Rollei Mills Why not use home flourthe best made Kerr perfection and White Pearl flour has no canal F IVicePresident Asst Entahllshed 18G5 tj Accounts of Merchants Farmers and Traders Solicited CDllectlDn c Made on Points Capital and Surplus 35000000 4 j if t r Your Wife or Sweetheart Will Appreciate a Nice BoX of Candy For a Xm s Present See our wonderful suggestions All sizes ranging fIv i70c to500 1rIlolladays Famous homemade Candy put up in Xmas o est1h1fJif t1 d 41 t taN WeathersHome Pure Foods s is or so is v a an so a Y J L a S as S to 12 R D CMblerI tyNatron r FIRESIOE WISHER81 1Jt alS I With apologies to the author of Little Window Wishers The dear old Fireside Wishers whose lives are almost through Sitting yonder in the firelight dont they touch the heart V you As fingafS1theyWhich Santa brought long years ago to baby girl or boy Dont you see the glistning teardrop on their sweet carefurrowed faces 5i tWhere years of patient suffering have left their cruel traces j tofnhiGCflCantiHif tbeyujvcre in early lifeMltt m Loving husband tender father gen tle rifother faithfill riferl Planningnpsyjtinted futures for their babies mIll believing disappointedCI n you ace lhwithoJ1 grieving Can you think of them on Christmas appearsDisillnsioned buried treasures endless tearsi j Oh the dear old Fireside Wishers with their meraries and regrets Looking out across the churchyard where their loved ones are at rest Dreaming dreamsof peace eternal when the toils of life are oer And their little ones will welcome them upon the golden shore Can you see their dim eyes brighten with the splendid tfiirigs the Te1Qdont they touch the hear yau1v GOLDIE PE lJd NOTICE Dell contest closes at 6 oclcckUhis cveninqr No cards will be receded after that time iCURRY DRY GOODS C- OfAN IDEAL XMAS GIFT loge some of those beautiful sejia photos made at Earps gallery Just the thing for you friends Dont de lay Christmas will be realize it E11193whsendiJl TriE HEWS ic t 9it are in our See STRICTLY 1910 MixedTO 90 CENT GOOD We buy our nuts from ore of the in the U S in the original packages as they are shipped from old countryIEnglish Walnuts lb 25c Pecans lb 25c Almonds Ib 25c 1Jumbo Cream Nuts lb 20c Naples Filberts lb Z5c Nuts 1bp 20c SATISFACTORYi I r ANICEi- BASKET OF FRllit Slakes an acceptable Xmas present An attractive Basket FOR 1000 Consists ofr1 Grapefruit 6 Western Apples 1 lb Surmna 1l b Dates Figst 4 Mixed dz ill Ofr l hcreJefreyon I1 SUBSCRiBEFOR Gee Aint It Cold To Day Dont you need goodroaa We sell the best Red Ash Jellico sold in townAlso Beatty ville and White House Cannel Buy vi fromusaml otlwill be satisfied r BEDFORD TUTTLE Both Phones 305 DONT FORGET A complete stock of fine Furs rived Monday Guaranteed correct in style workmanship quality and price CURRY DRY GOODS CO 122131 Xmasrcanmc3 and nuts WiA1212eod2w I Inijrancel The strongest Life Insurance in the world Special Con tracts Also Fire Inslr anceCoslf you want the best Life and Fire Insurance see W T Ogden 1a Cut Flowers Nothing is more acceptable r a Xmas present than a nice bouque of Flowers We agents f- orHONAKEiSr The largest growers the South Get prices the assortment CROP NutsGUARANTEED CRACK PER largest importers the Tarraeona or THESE WILL PROVE Oranges isThe ar J f Jj FEW I 4 WX s SUggestionsi 4Crown Layer Raisins 20c IB Fancy Seeded Raisins I2C Ifi Layer Figs I5c and 20c IB New Dates IOc Iii Cleaned Currants I5c Ifi Fiesh CocoanutSjIOc each Cape Cod Cranberries 15c quart Shelled Pecans 60cIQ I Shelled Almonds 60c IB a IJ riW 1i1rl 6gmSijlct q tAIo trarnl JlEb fl n j nn11 iJi tc mJf tr1J Main treett to w J tit fa xi I Fthi n jiwjllJt1wbles should bo yQuc mis ortune you wan help quickly OUR exceptional ability will enable us to repair the damage and our word for itour charges will be fair and moderate PLUMBING is a trade we have studied hard and persistently and we believe JYOUby trusting us with your work GRANT WIlT CO TJ Phone 162 30 NORTH MAIN Id r t t Save Time by Telephoning When a man feels the necessity of being in two places at the same time he goes to the nearest telephone and sends his voice By having the service of the EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED It Is easy to travel all over the State and other States If you haven f our service you should have Call our manager for full information t