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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 J f i 9 tTEDITION VOLUME 5 NO KENTUCKY MONDAY DECEMBER 26 1910 E CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK IINDICTED ON- TWO CHARGES r Bond Is Fixed at 1000 in One Case and 500 in the otherHas Evadn IId Arrest Yertie Kimbrough1 was indicted by Sordering trial The first indictment charged her with being a common nuisance and her bond on this charge was fixed at 1000 The other indictment charged her with using insulting and abus ive language and Judge Benton fixed her bond for this charge at 500 It is stated that she has left the city and so far has evaded arrest JUDGE J H EVANSI MAKES STATEMENT Feels That an Injustice Has Been Done Him and Says He Has Ful filled the Law The action of the board of educa tion Thursday night in a measure has caused a statement to be made bj Judge J H Evans who feels that it has done him am injustice To a reporter of The News Friday morning Judge Evans stated that had done his full duty as he saw il in the truant cases With reference to the boys whc were brought before him to be sent tc the reform school he said under tin law lie could not do such a thing He said that unless a child is charger with a felony or misdemeanor In couldnot send them to the reforn school and that the boys brought be fore him by Mr Woodward the tru tint officer were not charged wit either of these crimes He said tim they were onJy charged with not at ly tending school and of giving thei parents a Jot of trouble With reference to the failure it send the parents to jail for not complying with the school law by sendin their children to school Judge Evan stated that wknnen had been brough before him whose children were no attending school regularly The wo men had to work for a living and In did not seidowlle could send them t jailas there would be no one lef at home to look after the children In most instances he said the chil dren had been attending school but would stay out of school to worl vand get money enough to buy book and clothing and in most of thes cases he fined the parties and sus pended the fine He said that Mi Woodward had stated to him on nu merous occasions that the method employed by him were working won tiers Some of the members of the boars btiona slap at Judge Evans and that thet did not mean to say that they did no thirds Judge Evans was doing hitJ duty MANY GIRLS 0 l NOW WANTED Good Clean Work With Fine Pay for Many Young Women in Win Chester I One of the best propositions which hns ever been presented to Winches yxjr is the pJoposedshoe factory vhich may be established here earl- dci thiyeaiv The manager of a Ciqf pimiali house with over a million dolfJJ rs riof business a year has been here and looked over the ifeMs pleased with the prospects e does not come here like so with demands of all sorts All asks is sufficient labor The gentleman says tlut if he can be assure of at least 50 girls to start the woa with and more in prospect he i ll come here immediately and start tot bring his factory The work required of the girls is clean machine work There is no dirtabout it Any intelligent young woman can do it and can make go I pay The manager states that if a girl cannot make from 750 to 15 ylittlet r i 4 c 1tj tIlE wINcHEsTER NEWS 60WINCHESTERstated that any young woman can in n few weeks become expert and inside of two mouths can make from 9 to 15 a week The Commercial club wants to hear from every young woman who desires a nicer clean position with a fair income Please communicate with Mr Lewis R Hampton secretary Commercial club McEldott ne y city right away He has of applicants now He want- a few more immediately Send or bring in your name ANTA FOR IKAINNIE Little Darkies Hearts Are Made Happy by generosity of Miss Sara Goodloe Benton Fifteen of the most destitute little negro children boys and girls from six to ten years old were given splendid treat by Miss Sara Goodloe Benton at her home on South Maple street Saturday afternoon Each child was giVen a bowl of hot oyster soup and were then shown beautiful Christmas tree on which for each of the little darkies was a hag of candy an orange a big red apple pack of firecrackers a doll for the girls and a bugle for the boys To say that the pickaninnies were delighted is expressing it mildly KRESS OPEN WEDNESDAY AT OCLOCK Unusual preparations boins made at Kress to make their regulai annual inventory sale which start Wednesday Dec 28at 1 oclock one to be remembered The store will bo closed to the public Wednesday fore noon but all the employees will eery e busy inside assembling the bijr bargains in each department so trio the doors can be opened promptly il oclock next Wednesday All leftover holidays goods slighI soiled or broken assortments of staple lines etc must be clo edlilt before the normal inventory is taken at the end of this week consequently great bargains are promised 14 COLORED BOY SHOT TO DEATH Gaines Bassett Aged About 20 Years Is Killed by Hattie Gratz Whc Claims Shooting Accidental Gaines Bassett a colored boy age about 20years was accidentally she and killed by Hattie Gratz early Sunday morning Thegirl is only about 17 years of age Saturday morning the Bassetl went to the home of the girl An pistol was lying on the mantel antd b it was only one load in the pistol and when she returned to the house where Bassett was she pointed the weapon at him and pulled the trigger The second load which she says she did not know was in the pistol was discharged the bullet striking Bassett in the right temple killing him instantly Coroner H C Nunnelley held an inquest over the body of Bassett Sunday afternoon and the jury rc turned the following verdict We the jury find the body undci investigation to be that of Gaines Bassett aged about 20 years and from the testimony find that he came to his death from a pistol shot wound in the right temple and said pistol was fired from the hand of Hattie Gratz Sunday morning Dec 25 1910 t her home in Poyntersville and we further find that the shooting was ac 1 lNR Ratliff ltG DHMcCullum Bloomfieldhe BushdrkH C Nunnelley Coroner SESSION OF CIRCUIT COURT IS EXTENDED The December term of the Clark odcircuit court was extended 12 judicial day by Judge J M Benton Saturday The court was not in session Mon day but will begin its weeks work Ii Ij3 v CHRISTMAS DAY IS VERY QUIET Only Serious Difficulty Was That of WhsEngaged in Fight The Christmas season was very quiet in the city Saturday and Sunday The merchants were busy all day Saturday and until late Satur day night which brought the trade this year almost up to the standard There was very little disorder on Saturday night in the North End and the police department made few arrests Extra precautions were taken however beforehand which in lightExtrathe streets were patroled all day und night The only serious difficulty was that of Walter Webb and Will Pelfrti PeiIwhichacuteon and being put in jail There were no fireworks al lowed to be shot on the main streets beenause KNIGHTS TEMPLAR HOLD EXERCISES In Fraternity Buildinn in Commemor ating Anniversary of the Birth of Their Supreme Commander The auditorium in the raternity building was well filled with members of the Knights Templar order and their friends who met to observe the anniversary of the birth of their su preme commander Sunday afternoon The services were opened by a song by a picked choir All Hail the Power of Jesus Name and Onward Christian Soldiers The address of EWSWORN IN AS DEPUTY POLICEMAN IfIleputy OFFICER HAS- NARROW ESCAPEf r SlashefCoat of Officer Strode Is Landed in Jail Officer Strode had a narrow escape Saturday night when Walter Webb resisted arrest and endeavored to cut himV had been in a difficulty with Will Pelfry and when the officer at tempted to arrest him he drew his knife and began cutting at him The officer doIged in time to keep from getting cut on the body but the knife slashed his overcoat sleeves The officer however tan ed Webb in jail and the latter will have to answer a charge of malicious cutting without n on dingr AUDITORIUM Two new pictures will be seen at nightThisment has secured some very fine pic tures for each day The house will be thoroughly heated and open from 3 to 430 p m in the afternoon and 7 to 10 at nig- htMAIES PRESDT- TOEMPLOYES Mr G Lee Wainscott Allows Com mission to Mr Robert Thomas Foreman of Plant FtheJtha nice present Saturday by his employer Mr G L Wainscott It has beeu5the custom of Mr Wainscott to keep a record each year of his business Last Christ mas he told Mr Thomas that on Christmas he wuIa allow him 1 centI on each case of bottled goods and 1 cent on the gallon of Syrup soldover and above the previous year as a present When the present was pre sented Satnrhi amount of the check was over 14 All the other employees of the factory were also rcmembcrel by Mr Waiuscott ELKS TO GRAZE The members of Winchester Lodge To 539 B P OEwill assemble at their club room Tuesday to extend congratulations and incidentally it do some grazing The exalted ruler Hon Abram Renick will bring in one of his famous hams and there is some tauC Emulagreeingthe pigs mouth We are informed by the steward W W Tans that llicic will b plenty of ice water The feeding will begin at 3 p m last until the supply is exhaust if it takes until midnight WILL OFFEREDFOR IE Mr J W Walden Deceased Be WidowSDuring Her Natural Lifetime The will of Mr J W Walden was offered for Probate in the county court Monday morning Mr Walden requested that after his debts were paid that the remaining property go to his wife Mrs Lucinda M Walden for life and at her death to be equally divided among all of his children with the exception of Mr S I Walden who is to receive 100 less than the others Mr Jasper Walden was designated as administrator SCHOOL BOAR- DHOLDSMEETING Trustees of All Educational Districts Will Benin at Once Work of Redistricting At the meeting of the county board of education Monday morning it was decided that the trustees in each educational district would begin at once to redistrict them and get them ir better shape than they are at present This is made necessary on accoun of a number of changes made during the past few years This was the regular monthly meeting of the boars and all the members were present Besides starting the workof redis basting there was very little other business of importance to be trans a ctedEARED LOSS OF EYESIGHT Little Daughter of Mr and Mrs Mal Tarpy Is Badly Burned About the Head and Face The condition of the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Mal Tarpy who was dangerously injured Friday by having some hairoil poured on her face was reported much better Mon day and hopes for n complete recovery are now entertained The little child was playing with the bottle of hairoil and in some manner the cork was pulled out of the bottle mill the contents flew into her face eyes and mouth Saturday it Was feared that the child would lose her eyesight bntI lIonday the attending physician stat that he now believed he could save it Her face was also badly burned r COURT DAY TRADING BRISK Large Crowd Is in Town but Very Little Business Is Transacted All Cattle Sold by NoontA large crowd was in town Monday but the Christmas holidays in terfcrred with business and very little wits transacted in the city At the Broadway stockyard only about 400 cattle were reported The trading was brisk and all had been sold at noon Steers were sold at from 4 12 5c heifers from 44 12c and cows from 1 l24 l4c Following are the sales reported Little Lyons to Wiel C Co 35 steers at 4 l2c IJS Hamilton to Maurice Weil 3 cows weight 3030 at 4 14c J M Rose toC Todd 10 heifers weight 3725 at 412c J M Rose to 0 II Chenault f steers weight 3900 at 5c I SUBSCRIBERS it REMEMBER that the News needy your Money if you have not paid up Come in before January 1st and r give up a pleasant Surprise by paying up for a yeaIIWe need the money 1 1 l M i 1 tc ram 0 fi j i i2 T 5 5 J M Rose to 0 H Chenault steers weight 3875 at 5c Johnson to Ab Haggard 1 CO weight 920 at 4c IJS Hamilton to M cow weight 1210 at 3 412cIJ M Rose to Silas steers weight 3875 at Lykins to J Witt 8 3700 at 4 12c L S Hamilton to W F Scott 2 cows at 4cJM Weil to Frank Battaille 9 steers weight 5890 at 4 l2c WE GAIN 20 PERCENT Population of Winchester as Shown by the Census is 7156 Other Cities WASHINGTON Dec 20 la t ion statistics of the ineludcC ins announced Saturday the following places in Kentucky Place 1910 1900 Ashland 8088 0800 Bowling Green 9173 822i Frankfort 10465 9487 Henderson 114G2 10272 ITopkinsville 9419 7280 Owensboro 10011 13189 Paducah 22760 1941- Population statistics for all cities in Kentucky over 5000 exclusive of those already announced follow Place 1910 1900 Bellevue 6683 6332 Danville 5420 4285 Dayton 6979 6101 Mayfield 5916 4081 Maysville 6141 0423I Middlesboro 7305 416 Pnris 5858 4603 Richmond 5340 4653 Winchester 7156 5904 SERVICES IN NEW CATHOLIC CHURCH Dedication of Building Will Not Held Until Early in the SpringI Services Held Sunday Although there is some work yclI be done on the handsome new StIJoseph Catholic church building il was sufficiently completed last weel to hold services in it Sunday morning The regular services were conductor by Rev Father Hillenmeyer Sunday morning The dedication of the church will not be held until early in the springcCHRISTMAS TREE FOR DOLL BABIES Miss Fannie Belle Nelson entertained a number of her little friend on Sunday afternoon with a dol party which was very much en joyed Each little girl brought her Christ alas and several hours were storytellIngLater the guests were taken to tli little hostess den where many tiny candles were burning brightK in a beautifully decorated miniaturf Christmas tree and a pretty toy was resented to each doll baby The games were then resumed and continued until late in the afternoon II WEEKS HOLIDAYd The Hagan Gas Engine and Manu facturing company diedctotvn Sat irday afternoon for the Christmas loliday They will not begin work train until next Monday and the me ivill enjoy a weeks holiday BROUGHT BACK TO WINCHESTER Safalian Smith Colored Who Is Wanted on Charge of Burglar Is Arrested in Mt Sterling Deputy Sheriff John Ballard went to Mt Sterling Saturday and brought Safalian Smith colored who is wanted on a charge of burglary back to Winchester Smith over a year ago broke into a house at Indian Fields and stole a lot of valuable After finding that the authorities wanted him here he left and was not located until the latter part of last week He will probably be tried at this term of the circuit court t J tWEATHER Tuesday fair and warmer 8N FAVOR OF FREE PRIMARY Prominent Democrat Gives 25 to ComeiUp Before Committee It is probable that the Democrats of Clark county will follow those in Franklin mill Henry counties in advo eating a free primary Monday morn thuthewouldthis purpose Leaders of the party when seen Monday morning stated that so far no effort has been made to find out whether or not it was the willof the people of this county to stand the expense of the primary hut that the matter would probably conic up before the county couut tte- cHILDJURED WHILEPLAYINGi Skull Fractured by Fall on Ice and byTo Be Serious Louis Rash the young son of hand Mrs William Rasjh wns sS tim S ly injured at the Gonkwriglifschool last Friday afternoon The boy was swinging on the porch the school building when some of the other boys gave him a paid shove Ills hands slipped and he fell out on the ice Ills skull was true hued and he is in a serious condition He was taken to his home near Wyandotte after it was found that lie was seriously injured and Dr J W Ishmael of this city was summoned to attend him- AUDITORIUM photographyclave Knights Templars Chicago III Selig also presents Fred Walton premier of silent comedy in Ber ties Elopement a comedy scream in 10 spasms hDIRECTORS MEETING Tic directors of the Commercial club are to meet at Secretary Hamp tons office fifth floor of the McEl downey building Monday night a- t7pw All members are urgently requested- to be present as business of the utmost importance will be transacted J E GRUBBS Pres TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS The first of the new year is ap proaching and every merchant needs tocthe rule It has a large amount of money due en the rural routes and by nail Every subscriber that is de inquest will find the date to which he has paid up on the margin of the pa per It is hard for this office to reach totsome other day and give us a few Kindlv remember your sub intWinchester Dont nut it off After the first of the year The News will be compelled to cut off all threenmonths This is not because we are not willing to trust you but becauseTof the postofnce department Under the rulings no daily paper can be sent through the mails at the renular rates to any person who is back three- months in his subscription We know paperthereforeour pocket also by coming in right away and paying up t TOO LATE TO CLAW FOR SALESix meat hogs weight about 300 lbs W P Hicatt 122031 WANTEDTobacco wall case hom- esPlions 310 2G3t FOR RENTOne or two nice jrobrtis HIiugFox Jv 12203 r f lift Paaetwo THE WINCHESTER NEWS J fHE W1NCHf TIRS EWS An Independent Newspaper 1IttilisheiFby THE WINCHESTER NEWS CO Inc rporat tqIGIRce 109M South Main Street Winchester Kentucky Dally Excejjt Sunday Entered as secondclass matter November 28 1908 at thc postoffice in Winchester Kentucky under the Act of March 31879- Both Phones 91 SUBSCfllPTiQN RATES By Mail Daily one year 300 Six Months 150 One Month 25 laytftiife ind AdvanceI ADVERTISINGIIATE Ni yPerlnth One tiine any edition f 25 50jOneOne calendar tmo continuously 300 Four weeks 4 times a week 2ijipj Four weeks three time sa week 18fl Tir wee two tines a week 120 lar weeks one time a week 7f lIt illng iNoticts Per Line Business notices body type 7ej Pure reading news heading 15r Three continuous ipsertipng of same Item at double the onetime rate ClassHlta Word One insertion any edition 1 Three insertions continuously 2 Each three additional insertions 1he One ca1Qndartno vCQntinuqusly lOii Noting counted less than 10 words No item charged on books fo less than 25 cents THIS PAPERREPRfSENTEP FOR FOREIGN APVERriSING BY THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AfJD CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL JHF PRINCIPAL CITIES LEGITIMATE ADVERTISING One year ago this week we attend ed a meeting of the executive commit tee of the National Editorial associa thin at Kansas City Mo We were invited by the Commercial club of Topeka Kan to be the guests of than city for a day and a night At a banquet a representative business man made an address on Legitimate AdvcrtisingIHe organbization of the Business liens club of Topeka for protection against nd vertising schemes out of which the business people got but little benefit Mr J M Robinson another busi ness mama of Topeka recently made a talk before a business mens club al Kansas City which we give in part The idea is certainly worthy of fail consideration We have formed an association of representative business mcn and now when a committee from a lodge church or other social or civic or ganization comes into our business houses for subscriptions or to sell spnce in an advertising program we refer them to a secretary whom wn pay to look after such requests If the proposition is a good one we sub notfgive money for advertising whirl does not bring results by the fear that competitor down the street will get into the good graces of the sol licitors by giving money In Topeka it used to be that a lodge which had a deposit in a bank would go to the officials of the insti tution with a program and they cith er had to take 2 5or 10 of ad jveftising or lose the account and by taking the subscription the bankof ficials gave the solicitors a leverage on every other bank in town We do a great deal of charity work at a r small coslto each member of the or ganization i uIn the case of a public enterprise r lmildJine thousand dollars for instance pro vided the soliciting committee raises J Jn like amount from the business men itthp are not members of the organization One nieuibQr of our association rwhose annualassessnient is 24 mnclIi t l k 1 I Winchester and Manufacturing Co wrote the secretary aiid wan tJisend au additional 24 to the fylndj AVe never have less than 10000 in our treasury and neverhave we fails ed to contribute liberally to every public enterprise such as street fairs conventions and all forms of charity We allow pur members to advertise in any legitimate newspaper in the clity directory and to contribute to the Provident association but we fine them if we catch them Advertising in the illegitimate forms THE CENSUS FIGURES The 1010 census gives Clark couni ty population of 17987 an increase over 1900 of 1292 The 1910 census gives Winchester 715G an increase of 1192 over 1900 Hie school census of 1910 gives the toial school population at 5377 Tiij 71Inalation in Winchester of 1G31 704 white and 827 colored In 1910 the school population is 1901 white 11001 colored 801 This shows an increase of 375 whites anda decrease of 20 there should bun increase of population in the county including the city of 1292 and a decrease in the school population cannot be ac 3ouuted for except on the theory of race suicide The gain of 20 per cent for Winchester is just the same as that made by the whole country Oily Jeems when asked whether ha preferred a primary or convention Answered that either would be antis factory to him It is believed how inicall a primary We are issuing our papers daily mud weekly during the holidays with tIt a skip but we are not making uiy noise about it If China keeps on being civilized t will get to the point where the states and the government will be controlled by the interests the same as in the other civilized countries A POSTERLet me post you on the fact morefrequentseason I would suggest an examination of all insurance policies to sec if fullyindemnify fireNOW is the time to insure in STROTHERS INSURANCE AGENCY Fraternity Bldg Phone 185 DR JOHN A SNOWDEN QFFICE INa B anHuildingneaf corner Main and Fairfax Street Residence 143 Boone Avenue OFFICE HOURS 8 to iZ am i to 5 p m Both Phones office No 352 Residence Home Phone 329I NEW JtHW SHOP Waiiiscolt court near North Main street Will tiny Furs Hides Scrap iron and allkinds of metal Wil paIgoon prices CHAS ZIGMAM 112 41msat 2 r I WEVE BEEN DISCOVERED p J1ti j et selling firstclass lumQerntsecopd Class prices We plead guilty and1 propose to keep on iloing it Wjienbver possible Thats our plan to make i this the most popular place in toWn for discriminating buyers If you f are a lumberyoubare the one 7e want to see and you ought to see us Lumber Maysville can d get consolation for its slight decrease in population from besti1ailytueTJnited States- Discussing cleanliness igentle man of this city said I make it aj point to take a bath twice a year whether I need it or not John K Hendrick says he will expose something about the interests hiving controlled the call made by the Democratic committee for a pri mary rather than a convention All right let it come KILL The40 din ANDCURL1MsLmD S NWDISGCVERY OR 504SlQ 00 aNOpIlTHR41TAN0lUYG TROl1BCE5 GUARANTEED SATS AClrOkY Off MONEY rEFUNOBD Gd to Royse bone and get a luais o f the Red Star coal the best in town 12 5tf MO MORE CATARAH TbatrHas Stood the Test of Time Catarrh cures come and catarrh CI1 1go but I1YOMEI continues to cure outnsrh and abolish its disgust ijg symptoms wherever civil iza tiote exists Every year the already cnorinousl sales of this really scientific cure Lea catarrh grows tinnier anti the prtsj eat year will show alrecords broken If you buy a TIYOMET outfit for 100 and hide ij in a lJ cupbinl it wont cure your catarrh If you breathe it daijy as direct cl it will cure your catarrh or it won i cost you a cent Ask Phillips If you have a hard rubber TTyomei inhaler somewhere around tlic house get it out and start at once to forcvcil rid yourself catarrh Phillips will sell you a bottle of IIYOMEI liquid for only 50 cents start to breathe it and notice hojV quickly it clears out the air passages and makes the entire head feel fine HYOMEI used regularly will cure catarrh coughs colds bronchitis or sore throat A complete outfit in cluding a hard rubber pocket inhaler costs 100 No stomach dosing Just breathe it It kills the germs soothes and heals the inflamed membrane CALENDARS The demands for nor Calendars have been so great that we have boon compelled to duplicate last years orders three times We still have some left for all who will call for them JOUETTS INSURANCE AGENCY 205 McEldowncy Building Xmas nuts and candies at Barnes Everything guaranteed 1212eod2w E J BARNES t Cubltf S It VicePresident Act Cuhie Clark County National Bank a jiEstablished 1865 s Accounts of Merchants Farmers and Traders Solicited Pnllprtlnnj Made on Points J C pital and Surplus 3500000 I f = I f yIt = r + i ri ij Nf r r Vi i J W i DISSOLUTIONALEIj i i Because oithe death of a member of The firm we re compelled to rei duce par stock la m ch s possible in order to wind up th fflif of itie parttteftihjp and re organize the business To do this qtyicMywe dffer r fr I ALL OCDS-r tf Ar A HLi 1 r t r lI t i 7 eo 5 OFFc Ht J J lN f stySlitDepartment t f 42Wfiui for 32125 i 35QO Suits for 1750 3250 Suits for 12a- 34oo i i Suits for I15o0t g pp Suits for 1250 1850 Suits for 925 rlease note that these halfprices we quote are not on old odds but op the Newest and Zatet Style Suits bought in new York last Tall especially for This Seasons wearW Wp qupte fcttjy aTew put we have many for the early comers to select from f r t 14j SKIRTSrc tH h 46i 1200 Skirts torii L 700 1000 Skirts for 650 800tto 9M0Skirts for 550 750 Skirts for 500t COATh for J2 for i light Weight Jackets Y 350 900 AT i RaE REDUCTION IN PRICEt REMEMBERs ALL ARE ONtI Hi LTNEW GOODS InAIl Other Departments rtDfessQoods1 Hosiety Muslin Underwear Novelties offering equally i J ATTRACTIVE BARGAINS if ltMuchof the goods will go at Below Cost ValJe AT5 i J J J I TUJU1pUj4WTHF5F REDUCTION mr Y1l eto 111Sl NOO L rg No Word Has Been Heard From Ce cil S GraceHas Not Been Seen Since Starting Across Channel hopeIrno coastiUHlGrace the Enlish aviator who made Mt f 5I if the mP icToss the English Channel as fill as tfe Belgian frontier mid has not been seen since he started to rearpss tlje dhauiiel from Calais to Dover Itiwas nimored that the crew faIlIintoCflBelgiumof the air man There is no confirmation of time report that an without a has been picked up IThllaiw ut lL t 2350 Goats for L 1 15 OOI 2150 and 2000 Coats for 13Q0 1850 and 1750 Coats t 00 IT 1500 Coats 1000 lW l T j to i t r i r Jt 7 t i I 0 we are i far t j i K t ofa airship passenger i li who fnd iJWJ in time 1lief- that Ire mitay have heen pickedup at sea by a vessel outward hound to a distant port hut this is considered unlikely The most PlmHji1Jle theory lof his disappearance IS he lost his bearings in the fog aril instead of approaching Dover bore off oyeij the Goodwin Islands a range 01 shoals at the southern end of the foritcnit is feared Grace met his death Every effort to find hiD has been made Au tomohUes have travertied fr torehoartjrpless searchlightspGrace it is helieved did not have a compass lie is said to have disreS- igarded advice to take this preeautunl 3rtil1g1fl111C first one in which the absolute tic Jp trfactto the present time1113 been restrict ed at the most to five or six liouvs flight iiai made time complete disap pearance of an aviafor dbnost imp6sp 1 Y ls e ii J 0 i t t i 4 I c = THE WINCHESTER NEWS CO r Paae Three I IlJ Ilf u ttJtYIt frC H OOWEIV J IupI JEWELERS OPTICIAN V OCIETY McCormick Scobeet- i The marriage of Miss Sadie Scobee to Mr Dick McCormick was solemn ized at the residence of Rev 0 J Qhandler at about u oclock p in on Christmas day Tile bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs J W Scdbee She is a young lady of cliarmjug personality pos sessing a swept and lovable disposi tion She is very popular andtwide circle of admiring friends extend liest wishes She was stylishly attired in a handsome tailored suit of sage green with hat and gloves to match Time groom is a member of the wol known firm of McCormick Pros lie r is a young Ulan of sterling character and splendid worth He is prosper usnntlwidely popular being in cv cry wnyI rthy of time attractive vbridc he has won Mr and Mrs MeCormiek left after the ceremony for Cincinnati where they will spend their honeymoon Upon their return they will reside in this county where time groom lots made arrangements for the purchase homeofI many of the popular couple proffer their sincerest cou gratulations and best wishes for a r happinessto MetcalfLawrence Miss Myrtle Lawrence was mir ried on Sunday jo Mr F A Metcalf Elder J W Harding officiating j The young people are quite popu t Mar and congratulations are extended 1The prides hoiiie was formerly in Indiana and the groom has resided in this city for a short time- OsGorniFlanerv Miss Willie Pence Flauery was IrlBvcrCthe brides mother Mrs John Tat iv officiatinga of at tractive personality She possesses a sweet and harming disposition and has won by her gentle manners a host jof loving friends and admirers Time groom is a son of Mr and Mrs Grant Osborne He is stenographer jTor the firm of Curry Xonvood Tunis of Lexington and is a popular and employeeheir extend conIfgratulations and best wishes Beautiful Affair The home of Mr and Mrs B F Adcock of Paris was time scene ofa festive celebration on Dec 23 the oc casion being the seventh anniversary of their marriage Mrs Adcock was formerly Miss Ivare Yltjavurdof this city The splendiddinijjg table was beau tifully tlecoratjjd in holly while time sparkle cTft glass and silver lent an indescribable charm to the effect A delicious fourcourse dinner was served Among those from this city who at tended were Mr and Mrs J M Woodward Mm aid Mrs W R Gordon Mir T N itupaid Misses Anne Woodward suul Katie Ramsey and Mr James Fishback- Mr and Mrs Adcock received many handsome presents in cut glass and silver and the affair was time prettiest of the kind ever enjoyed MarriafleiAnnouncement hand Mrs Mike Raker announce time engagement of Miss Mary L Keljy to Mr Willie Brandenburg The marriage will take place at their home on the Ruckcrville pike Dec 28 at 230 oclock No cards but friends and relatives are invited Mr George Browning of Cinciu natiwho has been in Richmond for several weeks has joined his family for a visit to friends and relatives here Miss Maggie Ilallern of Frankfort will arrive Wednesday for a visit to Miss Elizabeth Mae Madigan nncllclnMiss Ivy Webber left Monday at noon for a visit to her brother in ChnrlostonT Va Miss Leo Thomas is visiting Mrs 0 F Baxter in Louisville hccnIare spending the holidays in Mt Ster ling Mr Frank Gordon Jr who has been in Tennessee for some time in the interest of the American Tobacco days company is here to spend the holi Lambert Salendar of Gcorge Itown Ohio spent Christmas with his mother in this city Miss Nora Lawwill is visiting in Mt Sterling Miss Ella Gillespiespent Christmas in Shelbyville Mr Prank Gordon Sr who has been seriously ill for three weeks is improving rapiUly Mrs Mary Gulick is quite ill at her home in Falmouth leaving suffered a paralytic stroke Mrs Gulick is time grandmother of Mrs Chas Strother Misjs Lucile and Master Wharton Reiiakcr of this city Xmas Is Overand we hve had the largest Holiday busi ness in our history because we have had a complete stock of strictly fresh Xmas deli cacies treated everyone courteously and given prompt and efficient service We have a few things left from our Xmas stock which we shall close our this week k AT COSTI Valencia AhJ1Q ldsvere 25c now 19c Ib Jumbo PecansrTcre 25c now 9clb- k New Filbertswere 25c now 19c lb Braxii Cream NutswereStfc naw liiJ C Ib Fancy Select Frying Oysters r were 4Qc qt now SOcqt DO FAIL TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE PRICES i Weathersl Both Phones 40 nf J 4 lU I tll t it jtfj fj t x r t r Spot Gash Saleoh SuitsIt r ltf ciiROSt 1 i l 20 Suits value 2500 each PJ298f 1 QtJer Suits ati Cost No suit sent on approval No suit Jqjd aside wdthoitt gnethalfbeing pilld qn lt 4 t Clifton B Rosst h t It t f t i i t Mr and Mrs Richard Toohey are spending the holidays with Mrs Tao hcys parents in Cincinnati Mr Archie Hammond imps returned from Miami university Ohio to spend the holidays Mrs K S Jouett was in Lexiugl ton rXiiirsday Mrs Maurice Miller Miss Etheli Thomas and Mrs John Keyes word in Lexington Thursday- Mr John Rice of Lexington was the pleasant guest of Mr Everett Lowiy Thursday night Mr and iIlsT M Newton of Morchead are guests of Mr and Mrs S E Bowen on Lexington avenue Mr Gov Bowen left Saturday to join Al G Fields celebrated show whichplncdat Hamilton Ohio Christmas day and night Mr and Mrs JT Hudson of Log SiViyionDr A D Braflshaw of Lancaster has accepted a position as pharma cist for Strodes drug store DECISION RENDERED IN DOLL CONTEST AT 10 A M DEC 24 All contest cards that were rej ceived by CURRY DRY GOODS CO countedicounton adding machine They were examined by Mrs Fred Broadhurst and then all were delivered to time contest AJ1najSwere presented with a smaller dol andall express entire satisfaction with the decision A very unusual thing in connection with tins contest is the fact that we have not heard n single expression of dissatisfaction from any contestant or anyone inter ested in them DONT LIKE THE OLD OWES We might as well Mexicanize the government of Kentucky at once if we are to again put ilttothe oflice thp same old Set of individuals wmo as fpnnei state oOM iftlsaomiiialod the state and time Democratic party so long acting indeed as if they were the owners of both in fee The- people look at the matter in tit Saute way too hence it would Jjej very unwise to put any of them on the next Democratic state ticket ETpnry County Local WANTS TO HELP SOME ONE JPpf tlurty J r Boyer of Fertile Mo needed help andcouldnt find it Thats why he wants to help spme one now Suffering so tong himself he feels for all distress from Backache Nervousness Loss of petite Lassitude and Kidney isorII ders He shows that Electric work wonders for such troubles Five bottles he writes wholly cured nje and now InmweU and hearty Its also positively guaranteed for Liver Trouble Dyspepsia Blood Disorders Female Complaints and Malaria Try them50c at Winchester Drug Company BED MEN OFFICERS ELECTED OI c 1unTrfibe J 2 Improved Order of Red Men at its regular meeting Friday night elected the follow ing officers for the ensuing year Gus Aldridge prophet J S Thomassacbcm- JiJlon Qyven senior sagamore MarkIIgllar Jr sagamore C E Lyddanc keeper of records Henry Ecton keeper of wampum J collectprofctimpumfw Henry Ecton representative to great council- S T 0yefl alternate See Royse Boone before buying your feed We handle time best iu town 12Mf SUBSCRIBEFORTHf HEWS- i WE hagesane choartcle i l heI3olidaycOME m Amp LET us SHOW yiSu Baldwin Brsq Sign of lg W tChllr54S Main JSt s WIWOR KY of I 1 Do not fail to go to the NEW JEWELRY STORE before you finish your Christmas shopping If you are undecided what to give him or her come in andtlook through our stock and you will find presents at all prices and styles Watch and Clqck repairingall work guaranteedI CHAS A CARRITHEIRS-d CHRSITMAS DELIVERY Of can promised laundering always particularly Chirstmas So can attenti- onWinchester Laundrv L Citizens National J Bank Paid up Capital 100OOC Surplus 51000 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS- We give yon courteous treatment attend promptly carefully all business entrusted Simpson Pies AH Hampton Cashier- T F Phillips Pres W Poynter Cashier ELKIN Pattic Aldrii of Hunt was time pleasant guest Misses Arrie and Lulu Lisle Saturday antI Sunday Miss Ida Witt and her brother Ford are the guests Miss Della CrowErnest Lisle has moved to Madison near Union City Mr Worth Krntzys mother of Mt Sterling is visiting him Essie ITodgkiu returned home Sat urday after staying several weeks her uncle Jim Bigbee He is improving slowly S OUR laundry work will be especially prompt You rclon us to lace your things done when But if possible send them early Our is most popular when people like to look nice as at get your order in early while tree still promise it our Co e will and and to to us J D V J Asst je of of of with Mr C II Ilodgkin has been on tile sick list for several days BANKS ON SURE THING NOW Ill never be without Dr Kings Now Life Pills again tites A Schingeck047 Elm St Buffalo N Y They cured me of chronic con stipalion when all others failed Unequaled for Biliousness Jaundice Indigestion Headache Chills Malaria and Debility 25c at Winches ter Drug Company SUBSCRIBE FOR 1lE NEWS 10 ieriIieiie1 rfr M D Royce has purchased the entire stock of Frank Hensley on North Main street and is offering it at Sacrifice Pricesai h rr I Every department is Complete V the stock being new customersf WiednesdayDec21f10I Ii li Jj f iS 1ttiy f r Christmas buyers will do well to inspect the display of fine Qiifeensware Chinaware Sweater Coats IJflder wear Toys and innumerable other v t 1i i Hih=prad Arf cjes i9 t 4 Pictures will be famed at prcticallyyou1rown pie during this saleI i tiJr 4jj i t v Dont fail to tame advantage of this RQr PP0j111IV xl s t f n jj JrJJ S fflti = 4 t e H 11 s I r J Fan Four f t1tE WiNEHESTER NEWS CO I ilZT SELLERS CHENAULT VicePres Pres t R L BAELR SecTreas B F BUCKLEY 1 Mgrs W t The Central Kentucky Tobacco Warehouse Co r i Incorporated 1 Both Phones 964 1 h Op pT State University S Upper to Lune Lexington Ky l4 V The Leading Warehouse In Lexington lf h laving sold over 2000000 pounds since opening ji of season October 25 1910 v r CentralFttjytegKy Kentucky to sell their tobacco in the largest best lighted and best equipped loose leaf tobacco ware worldMw 500000 floor space 7500OOOpounds per capacity of loose leaf t ba oIIl Redrying lant of 75000 pounds per day Pri J Lvate track free to all railroads capacity 15 cars loadedor unloaded under shelter M j 4 Shelter for one hundred and fifty wagons stable 1Pt fIroom fcr 300 horses i tj Open day and night Vie have sold an interest to the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Com parry who are represented by Mr B F Buckley of Bourbon County one of the most experienced tobacco warehousemen in the state J Strict personal attention paid to the receiving grading assorting and selling of each individual crop whether loose or in hogsheads If necessary we can devote one floor to loose leaf and one to hogs head tobacco throughout the season i Call and see us and be fully convinced where to sell your tobacco either loose leaf or in hogsheads Cofr t Lexington Kentucky i GIVE HIM A PAIR OF cSHIRLEY PRESIDENT SUSPENDERS FOR- CHRISTMAS than t else IDLES CHICAGO HOTEL BEDROOMS tt CHICAGO Dec 23Six thousand Bibles be placed in the hotel aiiedro ms qf Chicago If a STBible fo read it the book will be re oiace3and the loss charged to the r 1 trr bpUrrly ray SCOTT 1 jv RED STAR The quick burning big long flame Red Ash Coalthe best domes tic fuelwe guarantee every load ROYSE 6 BOONE Winchester Both PhonesI pairgiftto see them whether you buy or not SHIRLEY PRESIDENT SUSPENDERS are the kind with the Sliding Cord Back forgetheif he were buying them himself HolidayBoxesto us state color preferred and whether light or medium weight webbing Enclose 50 cents per pair and we will mail to any addressu Signed guarantee on every pair Coy today and get part of your Christmas Shopping off your mind you would like three beautiful Art Panels size 10x14 for 25 cents for the President Calendar THE C A EDGARTON MFG CO 333 Mail St Shirley Mass THE BEST is alone good enough for our customers We have been in this business in for many years learned by many points in thecoal trade which i make it possible for us to Serve you better cheaper and more satisfactory a ItJgod iJB MARTIN GOAL SUPPLY GO FOR areitp Theywil1not 1axcharnedadolour guest steals DAN block comfort Winchester and hav experience credit account because the purpose BibleItraveling men th United States are back of the move ment Thee Bibles are to be delivered t the hotel bedrooms at 3 oclock p m on thelast day of they ear Thede r livery will be made by 1000 young men from the churches and other rc ligious organizations The Bible eat ri ers will be formed into a procession at Central Y M C A and march to a central point in the loop district where they will break ranks going to the various hotels GO TO BrownProctoria PHARMACY For pure Drugs Druggist Sundries Toilet Articles and everything found in a firstclass Drugstore hsou us your wants and we will deliv- the goods promptly Both phones 370 i CHAS A HOSEY Prop I Big reduction on all framed aritf unframed pictures during this Winchester Paint Wall Papei Company 1210tf i ASSOCIATED CHARITIES Send Santa Claus to Two Hundr e d Homes Which He Might Have t Overlooked Two hundred homes Mere visited by Santa Claus sent out by the A sociated Charities Saturday after noonTwo automobiles and one sum Jvheeis located full of toys candies nil and useful articles early in the af t noon and it was quite late when 200 homes had been visited See Royse Boone before buyi vour feed We handle the best- in town 125if ENDS WINTERS TROUBLES 4 f To winter is a season 911ffigerschilblains cold sores red and rough troubles fly before Bucklens Arnica A trial convinces Greatest Burns Boils Piles Cuts salzema and Sprains Only 25c Chester Drug Company JjA T CURRENT BOOK REVIEW The Vultures Claw A Tale of Rural Life by C F Wimberly F Fenne Co New York 150 35 pages The first scenes of this story are paid in the Mu Id rough hills of Central Kentucky at a period about the time of the Civil war The writer evidently has SOUK slight smattering of places condi tions and people in Kentucky but on the whole the conditions and circumstance of the story are unreal am the atmosphere untrue For instance land is spoken of a being owned ih sections of forties eighties etc when as a matter o- ffact these terms are only applicable where there has been a government survey of lands and a division on the township system- It is veIl known that no such sys tem ever obtained in Kentucky The abundant incident of the story while somewhat melodramatic in tone is handled by the writer with a very moderate display of literary skill The writer speaks with perfect calm of telephone service in rural districts of Kentucky some halfacentury since and the average Ken tuckiari will no doubt be somewhat surprised to learn of this state of facts neg1igentIytypographical errors andstartling skips and omissions The work is enlivened by six cuts taken from photographs two of which are rather good the other font will produce merriment or nausea according to the temperament of tin reader The Road to Providence Marie Thompson Daviess author of Miss Selina Lue The BobbsMerrill Co Indianapolis 150 275 pages In this book the writer ha achieved a very clean wholesome lovemakingThere from front to back but unfortunateh the result is rather dull The people walking through the unbelievinglyteurized dairy of the milk of hu man kindness The book is well printed with good clear type crud contains five attract ive illustrations bylY B King The Osbornes by E F Benson Doubleday Page Co N Y 150 Jtis certainly most encouraging to learn that there is an Englishman yet alive who dan write an interest ing readable novel without the least sign ofa problem There are no divorces very slight mention of politics andoh wonder of wonders no bedroom scandals on any duchess or nearduchess Yet The Osbornes is a delightful story told in Mr Bensons most de thie t themes according to the late King Solomon are the treatment of it is certainly original and clever so what more can the reader expect or ask Dora the heroine who is pen nilcss exchanges her ibirth and po ofIsothi welleducated charming and extraordinarily good looking notable for his physical beauty and deeply in love with Dora The ideas manners and conversation ofthe newrich Osbornes grate dis tressingly on the supersensitive nerves of Dorain short common people bore her to the verge of hysteria After a series of struggles some of Which are humorous al thought pathetic for Dora is real not snobbish or a bad sort she learns the utter unselfishness and kind hearts of her husbands family really and truly count for more than coronets While all this is very commonplace satsh an attractive and spirited way that it is far from goodygoody sweetelY concealon person a ve rI a swe et iswintry smile and with a charming air perfect courtesy and goop breed Oelug will haggle with a cab driver about a penny orenter into some so soan On Christmas Day in the Even ing7 by Grace S Richmond With illustrations byChas M Relyea YiTAn ideal Christmas booklet just as full of holly wreaths Christmas trees and family reunions as Santa Claus himself could possibly wish with peace on earth Vnd good will to m by thestockjngt1 Tjie artistic pictures in delightfully sttidued tcolors are charming as is= r t 1 ii s I the binding done in white and gold dGHenry with illustrations by W W Pawcett Doubleday Page Co course everybody is aware that goodformHenry humorous his wit witty ands satire satirical hence it is mor tifying to have to admit that we hid the little volume mentioned de amusingWritten before the authors death it carries through its pages the rather dispiiit ng suggestion that the literary pulse of the writer was at that time iriuch below normal and makes it difficult for the reader to dissaccosiate the author from the victim of neures thenia The sea baths strychnia and sins certainlyhaveis the illustrations contain all that is lively or stimulating in the book The Annals of Anne by Kate Trimble Sharber with illustrations y Paul M Meylan The BobbsMer nil Co A clean sweet natural story ofa irlat the gawky age written by herself in the form of a diary The feminine reader who can re all her own difficulties at that per plexing period when the young idea arst began to shoot will appreciate tones view of things in general and njoy the originality of her defini ionsas for instance A studio is t room fullof things that catch lust A Bohemian is a person that is very clever but nobody knows it She says her Cousin Rufe isnt mad when he swears Hed just as soon say damn when he is eating ice cream is any other time Again A flat is a place where you cant warm your feet or pop corn And she defines a governess as very clean person who expects you to be the same The portrayalof the black mammy is particularly well done and the negro dialect exception ally good The writer shows famili arity with the customs and charac teristics of the Southern negro an the quaintly humorous remarks of l Mammy Lou add much to the life o the book She protests that she willj riot pay out money to get a divorce from her last husband and says Explanation I done had a dollarsworth of divorces and if the lawyers wasnt sich a lot of and Pharisees theyd lot that do m the rest of my life She warns Anne Thinking is a bad habit i leads to devilment when folks be through working they ought to go to sleep The book throughout is de lightful and the prim little illustra tions quite in keeping with the sim plicity of the styles Arose saysI nothing about it but we are con winced that she is nearly related t both Emmy Lore and Rebecca o Sunnybrook Farm She may eve be a distant connection vof Sent i mental Tommy SAVED FROM AWFUL DEATH hofamily was prevented is told by A D McDonald of Fayctteville N C R F DM No8 My sister had con sumption he writes she was seemed to grow weaker every da as all remedies failed till Dr King New Discovery was tried and so completely cured her that she has not been troubled with a cough since Its the best medicine I ever saw or heard of For coughs colds la grippe asthma croup hemorrhage lyall bronchial troubles it has m equal 50c 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Winchester Drug Company WANTS TO BE RECEIVER OF GEORGETOWN PLANT Present Manager Endorsed by Practically All the Parties Interested GEORGETOWN Ky Dec 24 Mr L S Allen the present manager of the Georgetown Electric Light Water Gas and Supply company will be a candidate for the receivership the company which will be asked be fore Judge Parker in Lexington Monday by the attorneys of Mr Wil liam Forwood wlho has been given judgment for damages amounting to 3500 against the coral any which it is unable to pay Mr Allen has been endorsed by practically all the parties interested He has the backing of the city con cil here as the members feel that the city is interested in seeing that the contracts it holds with the company are protected enfRed Slat coal is the beat on the market sold by Royse T36onc I 12ytf c THE AUDITORIUM Picture Theatre performancedaily 7 to 10 p m Music by songsby everydayADMISSION 5 Cents DR- NKRpx Q kiIaMorse Than Wet HELP KEP YOUR TOWN HEALTHFUL Some of the best work accomplished by the General Federation of Womens clubs is through the health departmentThe of this work in the General Federation is Mrs S S Crockett of Nashville loin She di vides her work in this way Food sanitation school hygiene tubercul- oses and state seals HarroasburgiKentucky and she wishes every club to have a health department or to clude it in the civic work Jn many cities gaud towns the clubs cooperate with the health officers in demanding clean streets and sanitary public buildings and in seeing that the state laws and local ordinances are enforced Each individual should aid in keeping hisor her tovn health ful buyingsoartown 12otf HELL FUR SARTIN NOTES Hell Fur Sartin News Bud Dismukes is up and about again but is minus one eye what Si Howard gouged out at the housewarming on Turkey Neck Creek Alf Oldum was in our midst Sun dodLuck to you Alf f11e are having quite a spell of win ter Our woodpile is getting low A GetdEditor Eli Bowers is visiting noire powerehogkilling time Hogito move him as all the stock is sold or dead except his yellow coon dog r Insurance The strongest Life Insurance in the world Special Con tracts Also Fire Insur ance Cos If you want the best Life and Fire Insurance see enYSpecial prices on pictures dtlriu December Winchester Paint 11a Paper Company 1210tf SHORTHAND Standard Phonography the short cst legible shorthand Taught by n course of indiv InalesOnstIll best method of teaching known J C Lary 234 S Highland street Horn i phone 737 We have the very best feedin the market Come tosee us before ing 1 buyI pictureofat the Winchester Paint Wall Pa 011DO you want something tasty for per Company 1210 tf WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution Ui the count is the Winchester Rolle Mills Why not use home flour the nbest made Kerr perfection anr White Pearl flour hats no cnnaL CHURCH OF CHRIST Elder J W Harding will preach the Church of Christ on 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