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T f f II LAST EDITION VOLUME 5 NO 61 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY TUESDAY DECEMBER 27 1910 I CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK II WPURCHASE MANSFIElD MILL ii t Messrs McEldowney Matlack Woolcott Pay 25000 for Flour Mill on Pendleton Street The Mansfield flour milling proper ty on Pendleton skeet was sold Mon day to Messrs McEldowney Mntlack Woolcott for 25000 and other anTheturned over to the purchasers and the taking of an inventory was be gun Messrs McEldowney Matlack S Woolcott are the owners of the S P Kerr mill on Main street but the new milling business will be run separately and distinct from their old business but under their supervision POLICECOURTGETS Bob Ellis colored was tried before morningolied to 30 days in jail Ellis Saturday afternoon stole a quart of whisky from Mr Robert Profit who conducts a saloon at the Union station Wilton Jones and Will Smith were tried before Judge F P Pendleton in police court Monday night and fined jailforJones and Smith were trading weap ons in front ofthe police court Mon afternoon and yowastols in their pockets Officer Madi guv who was sitting in the office awjthe frade noR arrested both HiMf FARM SELLS FOR 40 AN ACRE Howard Watts auctioneer Monday PAheirsBowman for 40 per acre GOOD ROADS REPRESENTATIVES J Judge Evans Names Delegates tc Convention at Louisville Dec 2 f and 29 N The following delegates have beer appointed to represent Clark county by Judge J II Evans to attend the Good Roads convention to be held in Louisville Dec 28 20 A Renick H P Thompson S W Pursley ll Hampton and R R Perry BEATINGSGeo T Pendleton colored was tr arrested Monday night on a charge of breach of the peace Pendleton it is alleged is in the habit of beating his wife He has been arrested for the offense several times but was able to secure an acquittal Monday night the wife had witnesses present I at the difficulty and will prosecute Pendleton this time when it comes upt before Judge Pendleton ARE TO CANVASS ENTIRE CITY Commercial Club to Seek at Lea Fifty Girls to Work in Propos Shoe Factory The directors of the Commerci- Club met Monday night and appointed a committee composed of J W Chambers Frank Murphy and E C Smith to canvass the city to find as many as 50 rls and women who would take position with the shoe factory which is to be located here Lo The representative of the factory will be here Friday to meet with the directors and ascertain how far they have progressed on securing the nec locatergirls and women to begin with and the Commercial club is to secure this r help Those olio want positions will the ubon di J J1jtVT f THE WINCHESTER NEWS YfactoryThe directors are assured by the factory people that if they can start with 50 they will in six months time be able to increase the force to 100 or more Of course they would start witha hundred if they could get them but they are only asking the Commercial club to furnish 50 The directors appointed Geo Tom liuson Jeff Q Stewart and B R Jouett as a nominating committee to nominate the officers to be elected in January It was decided io have a smoker for the public some time in January the annual banquet in February THANKS IS EXTENDED TO MR C H BOWEN The members of the office force of this paper wish to express to Mr C H Bowen the popular and upto date jeweler their sincere appreciation for an immense basket of de licious fruits and candies which he presented with Christmas greetings jARROW ESCAPE- FROM DEATH f Ab Dunhams Arm Is Caught and Bullet Is Deflected as He Attempts to Shoot Grant Edgington A serious shooting affray was nar rowly averted in the saloon of1rHughes on North Main street Monday night when Ab Dunham anda ung man by the name of Grant had a difficulty Dunham attempted to shoot young Edginton but a bystander caught the pistol just as it was fired and the bullet instead of striking Edgington went to tIlt nor Dunham was arrested iinmt1 diately by Officers Boone and Rice INFUllY MURL IN WRESTLING a Mr Phil Parris Has His Right Limb Broken in Tw r Places During OcFriendlyMr Phil Parrish foreman for Mr 1 A Hughes was badly injured Mon day night Mr Parrish and Walter otf ery some way Parrishs feet slipped from under him and he fell His right leg was twisted under him and broken in two places He was taken to his home on Erelrorted OFFICERS FOR ODD FEllOWS Arc Elected at Regular Meeting of Order Which Was Held Monday Night IAtorder of Odd Fellows Monday night the following officers were eJect- ed to serve for the next six months- J 0 Picrsall N G Tames A Boone V G J W Stapleton secretary John C Allen financial secretary- C B Stuart treasurer F H Jackson W A Owen and Waller Bean lodge trustees FORed alPOORCHILDREN Salvation Army Took Collection Last Week and Made 50 Homes Happy Sunday Capt and Mrs Frazee who are in charge of the Salvation Army in this city made 50 homes happy Sunday morning subscription was taken by them last week for the purpose of furnishing the worthy poor a Christ man dinner Sunday morning they started out and visited homes and left a basketful of substantial food at each ee with some candy forth childrenA OUNG INDIAN KILLSHIMSELF Slashes His Throat With a Penknife Because His Young White Sweet heart Jilted Him CAMDEN N J Dec 27lTeart broken because his sweetheart a white woman had jilted him ou Christmas eve Win M May 21 years old fullblooded Indian committed suicide Sunday at the corner ofJ Eighteenthand Federal streets while Christmas crowds were on their way to worship by slashing his throat and stabbing himself with a penknife the gift of the young woman to whom he had been betrothed lie died two hours later at the Cooper hospital May told doctors at the hospital that he had lavished gifts on Miss Elsie Staley to whom he was engaged to be married and Saturday Ihomeagreed over some trifling matter hid the young woman told the Indian that he need no longer call nightheto end his troubles HEROISM OF- YOUNG WOMAN w clAssistedII of Seven hen s in toStormNORFlkiVK b irTlurescue df five men from death in the icy waters of Chesapeake Bay Sat urday night was effected partl- ytlnoulithel Jqrpisra pf Miss Addie PUJkelMn 1IJ pd Wlc ti tlfornorthwest storm thejlittle initttnc Clab1amI atl1Oceanrescue men were pulled out of the surf Miss Parkerson was wet from he head to her feet when she again IstheOF DYNAMITE BOMBS he r+ be Is Culmination of What the Police Call a Feud cf Long Standin Among Gamblers I NEW YORK Dec 27As the cul urination of what the police call a fiend of long standing among the gamblers two dynamite bombs were exploded within five miu utes of each other early Sunday in vestibules of Harlem houses Both bombs went off shortly before 8 oclock Sunday morning a block apart in One Hhundred and Sixteenth street The oijly clew to the identity of the perpetrator is the statement of a policeman who describes a mys terious man wlio went racing through the street in a black taxicab shorlty before the explosions On one side of the place of the first explosion is a new social club anc- on the other a dance hall The win dows in these buildings were shat tered and the club thrown into a panic mBeforeplosion had disappeared there cam another more violent crash a bloc away It blew out both the inner andouter windows of the building tool routed nearby residents from their beds Both places are near a club which was raided not long ago by Deputy Police Commissioner Dris coll After the raid the commissioner announced that gamblers had raised a fund of 15000 to kill him ELLSHILft OF MURDER iFourYearOld Girl Declares Father Clubbed Mother to Death in Fit of Drunken Rage- CLEVELAND Dec 27Mrs An Fador 20i2 Magee street N Was he found in bed police say clubbed tldorrnin as chimes in tHe ttvtc ion tfacts11rtotllodalMary Fador 4 years old fount sleeping at the side of her dead mother told Coroner Bocsgcr her father in a drunken rage beat the mother to death with a club Thr hliililsaid tH6 mother meamqd and kLtrfs ItTJRdhe arose went to church anf candies telling his friends a church that his wife had diet during the night A brother of Fa dor Sunday night discovered the therpolice to whom the girl told he KRESS OPEN WEDNESDAY AT OCLOCKviUnusual preparations are beingf regularannual inventory sale fhich stoic is Wednesday Dec 28at 1 oclock one to be remembered The store will closed to the public Wednesday forenoon but all the employees will of very busy inside assembling theS big bargains in each department so promptgAll leftover holidays goods slight- y soiled or broken assortments of staple lines etc must be closed out before the annual inventory is taken at the end of this Week consequently great bargains are promised ItI WAiliNG FOR DEVELOPMENTS Treasurer Farley and Attorney Gen eral Breathitt Are Ready to Act a Peacemakers FRANKFORT Ky Dec 27 While waiting for developments in the big Democratic row that will ter in the state primary May 27 both Republicans an thkand that is that the campaign ending up to the primary will be one that will be remembered for a lon timeIt is predicted freely and on all sides that Congressman Ben Johnson who is regarded the gamest ofnil political scrappers in the state will not lay down in front of the Mc leQuerythat he is in the campaign Word has come already from theI MliceCol Jorn K Hendrick is going to take the stump and let out a hollow oriel that Congressman Ollie James will have something to say about the Democratic state executive commit platformnominee for United States seuuto- by peopleIt i was not hacked in his remarks by Col Win J Bryan of Nebraska and trouble thatisgohlfrpn over in w Yorjx selec on of pemocnHic senatpfs will SCdas srcngnSrtf sniJmgstate house if all was harmoni ous within their ranks But factional fights bid fair to wreck the adminis trationDuring all the trouble time two mem herd Qftle administration who haw bflpn five rejdy toVacl tfslpeacemak2 aiA TrcAsurer Fairleyvand Attar ueyGcneryal BrFalhrttf m OFtAFUUle FAMINE IN CHINA Has Affected 3000000 Persons and 1000000 Is Urnently Needed for Immediate Aid NEW YORK Dec 20Private ad received here state that thc in China has so far affects persons and that 1000000 urgently needed for their aid Rev Arthur J Brown chairman of the committee on reference and counsel representing the boards and societies foreign missions in the United and Canada made public here Saturday night the following cable gram from the interdenominational committee in Shanghai Famine to a great extent over northern part of Kiang Su and An Rui provinces Three million prop lr14i affected Chinese government and people generously contributing relief According to report of missionary SUBSCRIBERS I REMEMBER that the News needs your Money if you have not paid up Come in before January 1st and give up a pleasant surprise by paying up for a yeaIIWe need the money r cJ j L1 J L in the district affected relief is insuf ficien Interdenominational commit tee organized in Shanghai that missionaries cooperate wit nndlinneeded Help must be carried on until May Please communicate this to missionary societies church papers and Christian Herald urgently reI questing contributions The combined population of the two provinces named in the cable gram is 37650549 PROCEEDING AGAINST FrdAs a Movement Against Public Policy titnWill of Mrs Eddy 1NET YORK Dec 26Time American says1IIary the founder of Christian Science has left as a gacy to the cult she created the historyShe of course when in her will she made the other church her residuary legatee bequeathed it to the bulk of her estate which conservative estimate fixes at close to 3000000 No doubt remains that the heir WllGlover orfIt is equally certain that former RChandler A hmndetcrmincdlion which will raise unique tenor- old arouse international interest Refused to Talk fphalicallymeat or either to admit or deny the ftitothe Eddy heirs distingniswdlpreparation o these plans andtth in telysfulthoritativei of Mrs Eddy be attacked as il gal under the statutory laws of Massachusetts but there is every promise ofa separate proceeding which will be directed against Chris tian Science itself as a movement against public policy MANY KILLED is AND INJURED of Engineer Craig Dies of Heart Disease at His Post and Train Runs Past Signals 26Shldeadrailroad wreck mihich occurred iil oclock Saturday morning on the Ft Wayne division of the Penn iylvania railroad five miles west of Bucyrus near Nevada Ohio FOUl railroad employees and two passel gers are in the death list while three railroad men and three passengers were taken bruised and bleeding from the ruins of the dismantled enbml nnd wrecked sleeping cars Fireman Conncllon one of the wrecked engines in Ft Wayne Inc Saturday night made a sttttcme which has convinced railway men that Engineer Craig his cab partner h died of heart disease while seated at he throttle and that this caused his train to run past warning signals From Joy to Traoedy Two trains passenger N6 T5 au eastbound express No 48 shieh was laden with Christmas gifts collided headon and turned what would have been a joyful Christmas into a day of mourning for the relatives of the victims The peaceful night resounded with discordant echoes when following the terrific crash the roar of escaping steam was mingled with the cries of the injured the screams of lighten cd passengers and shouts of the rescu ers Those who met death in the crash were mercifully spared suffering all six being killed instantly Of the injured two are critically hurt but may recover while of the remainder none of the injuries are considered danger gds SS 5J WEATHERFair 1hARE EXECUTED 1 Revolutionists Surround General Navarro but His Situation Is Not Thought To Be Precarious CHIHUAHUA Mexico Dec 24 An American who has been ten days with the insurrecto force returned iday bringing nerve that the latter recently executed ten civiliilus hostile to the revolt Their number includes one judge While the revolutionists Surround Gen Navarro at Padermalcs his situation according to this iufoi ma- lian is not precarious lie could march out with his force and do bat llc but is awaiting reinforcements Gen Brandon the Mexican Her rid correspondent who has been with the federal forces and for whose safety grave fears have been enter nightHewar office order that all more corre hoopsFserving operations from the insur recto side also returned A daring squad of four insurrcctos into this city Thursday night din tributing circulars stating that the citizens should remain within doors after 5 oclock Saturday afternoon as the rebels intend to enter rice ecru Yarning was not trcgarded seriously patrol of eight soldiers who fired several shots drove them from the streets and they disappeared iii rice direction of the inomriaiiis recutosrcc ments are riots in the city Govern ment troops which stuffed a week from Sonora ire ireported with two days march of Guerrero one the insurrceto strofigholds ANGO SPRINGS IiI CASECN1TRIAL tl HIHJ S Rittenhouse for Being Denied Watert In the circuit court Tuesday a jury engaged in trying a suit for dam ages of IL II Swango vs J S Rit tenhouse This is n suit between Wolfe county parties in which the plaintiffclaims that the defendant that the defendant denied him the use the Swango Springs water for this season of 1JJ03 The cast has been courtIhere on a change of venue last sum mer Time plaintiff claims 5000 dam ages plaintiff and the defendant are IThehotelkeepcrs at Swango Springs near Hazel Green At the time tins suit was instituted Rittenhouse denied Swangos right to use water from the spring but Swongos right to the use of water from the spring has been established by the circuit courtof Wolfe county and the court ot ap peals leaving only the question of jiryhcre csJ MALSUBSCRIBERSS apupreaching and every merchant needs totdIt has a large amount of byinlinquent will findJtoe date to which he paelyou but it is mighty easy for you to drop in while in town on a Saturday or some other day and give us a few dollars Kindlv remember your sub scrintion the first time you are in Winchester Dont nut it off After the first of the year The News will be compelled to cut off all subscribers who are in arrears three months This is not because we are not willing to trust you but because of the postoffice department Under the rulings no daily paper can be sent throunh the mails at the renular rates to any person who is back three months in his subscription We know you do not want to stop the paper therefore aid us all vou can and our packet also by reining in right away and paying up t c Pa a Two J THE WINCHESTER NEWS f WfnR NEWS d h l fi An Independent Newspaper i iNCHESTER NEWS CO Incorporated to t iti Otncelirift SouW Main Street Winchester Kentucky It1F I W Except Sirtiday t Entered as secondclass matter November 28 1908 at the postoffice iirneiiester Kentucky under the ActlttHareb31870 J Both Phones 91 aar t tfS- UBSCRIPTION RATES q 17ai 300fethOne iloritlr A 25 Payable in Advance- 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bnt by personal calcnlutiohs for 1012 will hardly exist long even in the regions where it was born The real Roosevelt is the one sketched by Judge uindsey in The Beast When Colorado nras on fire for silver in lOOOj Roosevelt then governor of I New York appeared ill the Denver qperi louse to make a campaign speeoh As he faced tIle croyd he- limed his teeth and the first work tliet heard icreT stand on a Lindseyvwjiqse life has been a Iindfighsays that wiled he has faced the hoot of prejudiced opposition In his remembered Roosevelt and filled life nubs again Tliat is the Roose velt who is stamped on the mind of America and who has pointed the path to many of the best among her public meiColliers Coigrecssets a bad example to he rest 0 us a salary of 7000 a year the members take a holiday vacation of 14 days with full pay LjitMtfre At iiey to the acre can be made by raising turkeys than to bacco Theije Is too much tobacco but not en6ugli turkeys 11 We have had several answers to Yq SfonWntis a lane hiCk To slim themUpi it means one that failsVtoVget there ilrt fIftfyoii fhinka good thing can be ii j gbnheai and do it Dont rnste time arguinpr with others about tine etrsibilMy of it t J Therb are t6o many churches and errs oveVTslipply of preachers We should have fewer churches and the decreased number of pastors should get better pay 1 4Thtfse patriotic citizens who want ttoS maJonal capitol moved to the center of population are a hundred alnoSthitty years too late a t i u Jt G ogin judge haS the right idea 1seiids pistol iofefs to the chain end refusing to Accept money in PjJiafftt fo1 tk fticrt iJf d t1 1 1 tf I4t1 Wi Chester Lyfnber and Manufacturing Co 1NMYEMJNUTELL Upset Stomach Feels Splendid =MIONA stomach tablets will re lieve a distressed sour or gassyistorri ach in fiye minutes In three days they will make the most miserable or cranky dyspeptic feel that there is plenty of sunshine in life Ina week he will have an appetite for and will eat without any bad aft let effects food which now causes his stomach to strenuously rebel If continued for from two weeks to a month MIONA will thoroughly renovate and cleanse the stomach and will compel it no matter how obstin ate it may be to throw off its weak ness and become as nature intended it should be strong and elastic If you have a coated tongue heart burn sour food upheavels uneasiness in stomach dizziness biliousness sick headache bad dreams or any kindof stomach trouble put your faith in MIONA tablets Fifty cents is aUa large box of leadlingana Buffalo N Y for free trial sample ENTIRE CREW IS DROWNED Steamers Finland and Baltique Col lide Exact Cause of Accident Has Not Been Determined ANTWERP Dec 27Time steam ers Finland and Baltiquc were in col lision Sunday at the mouth of the River Escaut The Baltiqup sank qtiickTy and all thccrew were drown clTflte reserved were taken on board the Finland Tile Red Star liner Finland was hound from New York The Baltique a Belgian steamer of 13G4 tons was outward hound witha cargo of sand The exact cause of the collision is not known but it is said the Finland struck the Belgian amidships in veer ing The Baltique sunk immediately Part of the crew were rescued by the Finland and others by a piol boat Six men are unaccounted for The Finland is now anchored at Flushing It is not known whether slue has sustained any damage WINCHESTEROPERA THURSDAY and FRIDAY December 29 and 30 With Matinee Friday Buffalo Bill will be seen in motion prc hires that are lifelike arid positively full size 3000 FEET of new film showing in its every detail Buffalo Bills Wild West and Pawnee Bills Far East- Admission 10cts Ji JIW SEWERS SHOfP Miss Delia Roland closed lies school for the Xmas hpHdny with a successful cntertaiimiont a gift lad der and a nice treat for the cljildrenj Santa Claus actinghis Part welL Evr r SANTA CLAUS WILL I 4 SOdNBEiJWTHEMJdB- main How are ybnffcccd to receive him He likes Eo see things m shipshape and if there is anything abolt house or outbuildings that needs attention better come and get the timber and get bu yWe will belpiglon by making delivery at pnce whether your order be little or much er lCh1Mrson Edwin of Wades Mill spent Sat urday night with J M Sewell and Lelia McClain of Mt Ster ling spent from Thursday until Sun lay with Miss Daisy Robinson Miss Della Roland spent Monday night with Miss Henrietta Sewell Mr J M Sewell our blacksmith has been kept quite busy for the last three weeks hors shoeing putting on from 40 to 50 shoes each day Miv and Mrs Allen Prewitt have sold their property in Mt Sterling and moved back to their country home near here Mr C T Evans and family will leave i na few days for San Antonio Texas to spend the winter The people around here have near ly all finished stripping their tobacco and have it ready for the market Quite a number of young iftlks gathered at the shop and store at this place Saturday Might having quite a nice time shooting the anvils and fireworks NAVARRO IS ON t THE DEFENSIVE His Job Isto Sit Tight and Allow the Reinforcements to Continue the i Campaign t f niMlUAIIUA Alex Dcc27AF- peeial representative of lime Asso ciated Press who has been with the insurrectos for tyro weeks returned Saturday by mule teamThe judg ment of the situation in this state may he summarized in the statement that Gen Navarro has been fought back from the offensive to the de fensive biif Chit jth rcnifor ements non at hand wrl crush five rebellion within Jt month oV JWfjv In this cminetiOjii rt was state l that federal troops Jtrc miotitisfatiilited a= follows Six hundred under Gen Navarro at Pcdcrnales and vicinity west of Malpaso nearly 700 at San An tonio made up of abwvt 340 who were injured in the Malpaso ambuscade and about 340 reinforcements and 1300 who arrived here Safrirday The latter nuclide a battery of artillery made up of two light mortars for fir ing over hills two ITotchkiss guns and two rapid firers- Twentytwo passenger coaches are now on the tracks of the Mexico and Northttcslern railroad to forwrhd the reinforcements Saturday was spent in loading food on the cars mid in making oilier preparations for the campaign These troops will go first to San Antonio inaking a new foice of 2000 ted by the best of leaders in Mexico rt is tlieir program to take falpaso the present rebel stronghold This once fakcn tv junction will be formed with Navarro by the troops which have come overland from Sonora All this will entail serious work but that s nO fright here now and there mire fec who view affairs impartially but believe the federals will triumph eventuallyThe lost one chance of Creating a nationwide revolt when hey failed to crush Navarro at Cerro Prieto At that time they did not have their forces concentratedand Favarro held his own Navarro is now strictly on the de fensive at Pedcrnales While he is under orders not h take the offensive he is in a defensive position which the insurrectos can attack without disaster This job is to sit tight and allow the reinforce ments now numbering treble his own force to conlinue the campaign Two big trains carrying 1300 troops left here Saturday morning 16 reinforce Gen Navarro Their first duty a difficult one will be to take Malpaso PROMINENT J MARRY Chas Dedraan and Miss Eliza Boone two wellknown colored citi zens are to be married Thursday night by the Rev John S Henderson Charles lias been in the employ of Mr T C Robinson for a number of years Mr Robinson has already given him 10asn bridal present r iiiiitosg RECE1B- t t t1i V fOR AlTITUDE is Now Held by Arch Horsey dfthe Wright team of Aviators Soars Two Miles Upward LOS ANGELES Cal Dee 27 Sev tyifive thousand people saw Arch lIe xsey ok the Wight team pf aviators break the Worlds record for altitude here Monday He soarsed more than two miles up into the sky his arograph registering 11474 feet or almost a thousand feet above the altitude of 10499 feet recently at tained by Le GfiTgneanx at Pan France This is he second time the existing worMs altitude record has been brok en in Los Angeles the first tiem be ing last Jamftiry when Louis Paul ban rose a little over 4000 feet Hoxsey accomplished his feat in a 40mile gale that wrecked Hubert Lathams Antoinette monoplane and kept more cautious aviators on the ground Hoxsey sailed into the sky at 1 oclock At 245 oclock his barograph showed the greatest height while he soared over Venice a seashore resort more than 20 miles from the aviation field Comirg down he made a series of thrilling spiral glides while thou sands of feet in the air Before he carne ligliflylo he earth the crowd was on its feet cheering lie wa lifted fiWuUbrrflanc by fellow nT ators who paraded up and down be fore the grand stand hearing the intrepid aviator on their shoulders The crowds insisted on making a hero of Hoxsey and did not give him time to doff his fivrs but marched him back and forth before the grand stand AUDITORIUM- A splendid comedy picture just re leased by Essanay Film company en titled Hank and La 1rivals of Gloomy Gus and Happy Holligan who dudes up some is the feature picture at the Auditorium theater Tuesday Melix is also ottering a good picture entitled Won in the Fifth showing the training camp of several lightweight fighters and fight which takes place later The light at the Aiidijorium Monday night was bad caused by the breaking of the engine which has fixed and those atteiidingithe show Tuesday will have the opportunity of seeing two extra good pictures I Iit l eeoysd Bihtfc ictfre bhyir your feed We handle thC hestili torwm 125 tf When a marl fools with cravats 01 nutrimonyal ties he alwajs gets it in the neck A PSTERLet ma post you on thd fact that nreSinvWmtferare of a more frequent occurrence than any other seasonI 1ld suggest an examination of all insurance policies to see if they amount to enough to fully indemnify you in ease of a serious fireNOW is the time to insure in STROTHER75 INSURANCE AGENCY Fraternity Bldg Phone 185 Cuhter sD rr- VlcePresldent R OFITC1I zAss Cubic Clark County National Bank EBtnhtUhod 18 5L t1 Accounts ot Merchanls Farmers and Traders Solicited Gcltectlon iMade on All FOills Crpital and Surplus 350010000 J J n WINCHESTERS LEADING PRy GOODS STORE k HA DKECHIEFWEEKI ncliiding mussed Initial oJherrl1Pft priGIS IExtra linen Hdkf s Plain aPlaid Elaborately Embroidered neatxN French patterns 5 S1O Handkerchiefs 4ScWxt linen Hankerchief Plain IeQuality fancy u effects H WE SATISFIED WITH PROFITS n BOOr FOR Jas W Faulkner Newspaper Man pf Cincinnati Is After Democratic tt aminafiiort IfShiay CINCINNATI DeC 24Asena torial boom has been sprung in behalfI of James W Faulkner a known paliiiciiL for a Cincin nati papcjljijfj Qojnbkiifc Hamilton Rinligratfate backing the movement pud lie is being indorsed by newspapers throughout the state Mr Faulkner while in no sense a candidate for the office is generally regarded by the Democrats of his home a manic peculiarly fitted for the place through his profound knowledge of state and national pol itics The Democrats of Hamilton are dissatisfied with the joint debate Pomcrene and Ilanley1 and are name of Mr Faulkner was first mentioned by Dr Thomas P Hart oppo neat of Nicholas Longworth for coli trress immediately after the result of the known Since that time the movement to make Mr Faulkner senator has been crone and Hanley it is probable both factions could unite on him on of his personal popularity and known and there is no other active candidate from this part of the Mr born and bred mud is the dean of political Writers in the state and one of the foremost in the country lIe 1 ng no cam paign for the office and is at present touring the state with the Pomercnc Hanley debaters in his capacity as nI STATE GftEENSBDRtf Pa Dec A state of wild anarchy prevails throughout time Westmoreland mining strike has occurred at and1uaoua and there has been much throughout the entire field have been committed in Westmoreland in 21 hours and dctachm6nts of the state con have been rushed all over remrion Dont the picture by the frame around it Dont try to kill two birds with one stone use a shotgun Dont accuse a woman of bleaching her hair perhaps it was that color when she it All our those soiled or in the broken lines of and 1eti reduced this week Fine 75c 75c 50c 50c and 20c Handkerchiefs Plain linen I barred embroidered in f colors Quality rQuality e8c m om z ilotall linen embroid 5 ered Handkerchief ss I i g h t l soiled or mussed 4 cents each to This Sale Closes Saturday at10PM Curry pry Goods WINCHESTER KENTUCKY I ARE SMALL SENATORIAL SPRUNG FAULKERN vrJLejL goumty cityems county between election became adoilatec1 easily account ability stateI ionerlof IfFWILDI 2Icounty region Serious rioting Osborne disorder Thifj murders county stables judge bought Handkerchiefs Holiday handkerchiefs cross 15c 12o lOc One and Get Then a Save Time by When a man feels the necessity of being in tWQ places at the sauce time he goes to thenenrest telephone anti sends his voice By having the service of the COMPANYtINCORPORATED It Is easy to travel allover the State and other States If you havent our service you should have Call our manager for full information rHave You Any Mantle Troubles 2 1USE yI Telephoning INNERLIN LINED MANTLES IANDYOUR TROUBLES ARE OVER I IImantlesGET ONE TO TRY WITHOUT Save the box covers from 12 Block Vytalry Mantles 0 and 5cent grade of mantles soWtake them to COSTI or send them to us and get a Block Innerlin Lined Block Vytaltyand Block Innerlin Lined Mantles are for sale forrDealers Write t The Block Light Co Youngstown ohio Solo Manufacturers Headquarters for Incandescent Mantles Burners and Supplies of every description Gas Gasoline Kerosene Web Pressure etc The Most Sensible r ChristfnasGift You can give your his band or your boy is a Suit or an Overcoat He will surely appreciatetit and not only will itSgive him pleasure on Chtistmas day but will make him happy all the I trrne that he is wearing it We luivc a splendid line of Mens and Boys Presto Overcoats from 500 to 1500 t Also a fine lute of Boys Suits from 150 to 500 It win be toY olar interest to visit Stir store before buying elsewhere Harris Friedman 14Mtin tree i Wlnchcster t t t 1 i n a ri k rTI HW J z JW wrr THE WINCHESTER NEWS COI=TlIT gage Three tifi ac tLOLanK u t C H BOWENfJEWELER OPTICIAN L 15OCfET LawrenceHavs rG C Lawrence and Miss Lu eicn W Hays were manned in this city Wednesday Dee 21 The groom is a prominent young farmer and the bride is the popular daughter of Sir mill Mrs Jos G Trays Elegant Course Dinner t Mrs Thomas JMooVe entertained tier house guests with an elaborate course dinner on Saturday f A delicious menu was served in an inimitable minner to the guests who were more than 40 in number All the seasons tempting dainties were served in connection with the substantial Christmas fare D A R MeetingtHart Chapter D A R will Tricot with Mrs W Ar Beatty on Friday afternoon at 2 oclock Christmas Dinner MLaullllrs T G Barrow enter tained on Monday with a charming Christmas dinner The guests for the delightful occa lion were Mr and this Ilarves Hunt Mr and Mrs John Dnvall Mr i4 Joe Lindscy and daughters Lou Barrow mill Hattie Hunt Mr and Mrs Frank C Green andson Joliii Lindsey Green Christmas Entertarrimenf 0 The pupils of the school at Beck nfrville of which Miss Nancy Lbwry w rp Mrg1 a delightful enter on A large crowd charmvSong oiaiy Old ri enttieky home YaIferRecitations by the pupils of the school Dialogueb the Table by Charles and Alphonsus Thornton and Charles Webber Solo May Faith Look Up tr Thee Walter Young Pantomime Nancy Lowry Arkansas Traveler James and Thomas Ilazzlewood Pum1kiilgins Wheeler Allen Mr Brown Wal l tel Young Augustus Simroy Bath urst Woodford Harry Clifton Elberl TTazzlew owl police Buckner BIoti- n Belinda Janej Lucy Browning Elizabeth Brown Nancy Lowry Ant nie Brown Leila Woodford Music by Robert Prewitt and ITaz jIewood Bros norj Mr and Mrs Arthur Lyman visiting Mr and Mrs W E Singleton Mr lade Kidd formerly of this city but now of Athens Ga is visit hereMr Mrs Ycnard Owen are be ing congratulated on the birth ofa 10pound daughter Elizabeth Marie Miv Johannes der Plessie Oesth nizcn of Pretoria Transvaal South Africa was the ghest last week of his friend Mr Marvin Clyde Spr ling Mrs J M Powell and daughter of Winchester were guests of Rev Z W Pigg and family at Sherman last week Mrs Powell is a sister of Rev Pier Williamstown News Mrs Anna Swift Tinley Misses Sallie McDonald and Eunice Earp went at a party given Thursday by Miss HieTthers of Fayctfc county Mr James Neal ffcrinorly of Win chester carne from Louisville Mon lay to spend the day with relatives here Mr and firs O M Flynn of Wil nrington Ohio arc visiting relatives herel Mr John Smith who tins a good foiilMiss Catherine Robb will attend the Christmas lance at Nicholasville niglttIhas returned to his home in Barboursville YoVa after a visit here Mrs J C Drcnnan and Master 1faekof Woodbury Tenn are spending the holidays with her sister Mrsi K n Robinson on Burns ave jiuoJ Master Harry Royseof Carlisle is visiting MrMD11- Miss ge Laura Ecton i able to be up after a protracted illness Mr Clyde Ilailfflhas returned from a visit in Richmond Miss Bettie Hope of Lexington petit Tuesday night with lieu uncle Mr G W West Miss Jane Gaitskill left Tuesday for a visit to friends at Greensburo 1111rMTS Gordon Stevenson andson rMaste Prewitt Burch arc visiting Iiddlte1wnfl are spending the holidays with relatives in Carlisle Mrs Simp Haggard and daughivs Misses reedand Prances are movj big Id Brown court spentSnntlhyrsFr C Henry of East pool Ohio and Mr and Mrs J Woods of Lexington are guests EoI rlanlT Mrs Charles Finnell Mr and Mrs Jas Ellis of Bar JXmas Is Overan- dwe hc had the largest Holiday business in our history we have hada complete stock of strictly fresh Xmas deli cacies treated everyone courteously andIl given prompt and efficient service We have a few ourbXmas stock which we shall close our this l week I AT COSTValencia Almonds weel2oc now 19c Ib Jumbo Pecans wcre25cvnow 19c lb New Flbertserc 25c now 19c Ib frrazii Cream Nuts were 20C nov l6c Ib Fancy Select Frying Oysters were 60c qt now 50C qt DO FAIL TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE PRICES to MacNeill Weathersq h i Both Phones 40 t I t I i J Sppt Cash Sale on Suits f tW NJ AT S TVGlitton ss 20 Suits value 2500 each reduced to 12 98 All Other Suits Jat Cost I No suit sent on approval Nd suit beingial on f Clifton B Rossl Il n i1i1v lIpiJq il It il 11 tonr42w11 iendhis1 Wchl 1111 liJil 11111 II lit Z lJ JluIf IfIH iI II11 u 1111II II 0 ijJlA d ijunnioitiO j1 jO + it houijville W Ya are visiting rcla the here v 1 BJJFFAL0 BILLp Buffalo Bill1 will H6 1S ecii Hfthe Winchester opera lidfsc in motion pictures that are lifelike and positively full size on Thursday and Fri day nights and Friday matinee These pictures were taken this sea son while the Wild WestFar East show is making the personal farewell tour of America to the onland or iginal Buffalo Bill The grand military tournament rough riders Indians Arabs cowboy plainsmen soldiers Cossacks Mexicans Wild West girls Zanores Dragoons artillery drills acrobats from Japan bucking bronchus and the sensational Indian uprising every scene ofa full twohour show reproduced with vivid reality The admission fee is only 10 cents A HEMP SUIT At Danville a suit was filed by Mc Brayer Moore a prominent farmelIagainst the American panylIe alleges he sold his hemp to Gco Cogar for the company that Coral was srickcn was paralysis andwhen his affairs were wound up his creditors got but little The poi tition says the Trading company is a corporation that fixes the price of hemp both to the buyer in the East and the farmer who wows it in Ken lucky and that it is trust operated jn defiance of the law The Trading company is composed of DS Gray of Winchester Ford Brent of Paris ailflTevet idldc ittfiton heugldeilrs flip Trading company dcnieAUiatiGuJ f11tItrade between the two men Alo they deny that the Trading company is a trust or that it is run in viola lion of the laws Jessamine Jorina CLARK PREDICTS- HrS ELECTION ITo Spcakership in Letternto President Charles Louis Loos oi Lexington i4if Was StJidcntat Transylvania LEXINGTON Ky Dec 27Innl- etter to Prof Chas Louis Loos o this city Hon Champ Clark prediests his election as the next speaker ol the house saying I am sure you will be glad to know that the opposition to me for speaker has about faded out My election seems to be as certain as anything political can be a year off The present minority leader of the OUR CHRSITMAS DELIVERY Of laundry work will be especially proiiipt You can rely on us to Naive your things clone when promised But if possible send them early Our laundering is ahvays most popular when people like to look particularly nice as at Chirstmas So get your order in early while vc can still promise it our attenti- onWinchester Laundry Ca I Citizens National Bank Paid up Capital IIOOOOC Surplus 551000 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS 1 We will give you courteous treatment and attend promptly and carefully to iU business entrusted to USIJ D Simpson Pres AH Hampton Cashier T E Phillips V Pres J WO Poynter Asst Cashier J t 1 I i i4 house formerly was a student atI Transylvania university and had classes under Prof Loos ffy whom he graivjhmfe1The letter fftlo y rl inlfliI rt u iCIFT1er I91t110 President Chas Louis Loos Lex ingtoily My Dear Friend I received your no1Mrcourt of the United States having now been confirmed I have met him twice and he seems to be to be a very tine nina Of course the fact that he married President Peridlctons daughter made nie feel very kindly toward him I am delighted to hear from you and judge from your letter that yon willtyoii a very deep debt of gratitude am sure fhu tou will be glad to know that the opposition tome for speaker has faded out My election anythingfremember me to your folks Your friend CHAMP CLARK Red Stat coal is the bc t on tin market sold by Royse Boone 125tf NAVARROS FORCE- IS POOR ARMY Former American Officer of Spanish War Tells of Terrible State of Affairs in Chihuahua EL PASO Texas Dee 27 AnAmerican fOrmerly an officer in the Spanish War and now a mining en gineer in Mexico arriving Monday direct from the scene of the revolu tionary activity west of Chihuahua declares that Navarros force is about 300 men and that they are sor ry looking fighters It is the poorest army I have ever seen he declared He says many of the federals killed in the battle of Malpaso were still unburied Saturday and that the stench was terrible The rebels can hold that pass against 5000 federals he declared The advancing federals are carry havingalready tnj1nm get through Malposa and join Navarro Workmen are not being disturbed in attempting repairs to the burned bridges on the El Paso Northwestern railroad south of El Paso but have no communication with the rebels and fear tiLt the bridges will be destroyed again- REINFORCEMENTS ON MARCH CHIHUAHUA Dec 27E lie two thousand government reinforcements are said to be on the march pursuant h a design of surrounding the insur it For this purpose they have about 2800 men including Navarro revolutionists are supposed be Mill in the neighborhood Pc de toII nales and in the mountains near paso News of a conflict is expected at Amy time The telegraph line still works west as far as San Antonio CLAIMS WIFE- KIDNAPPED SON Edward Palmer Office a WellKnown Circus Clown Is Now Physical and Mental Wreck- 1lALT11IORl Dee 27 Charging his wife with laving kidnaped his son Edward Palmer once a well known circus clown who is living here temporarily applied to Deputy Marshal Manning Sunday for help in getting his child back His wife Palmer says is a mem her of a prominent Philadelphia fam ily His wife has left him Palmei believes never to return While in Washington Palmer says lie wits living with his two sons Mack 7 years old and Either 12 years old Unexpectedly his wife who has been doing some vaudeville nets in nearby towns appeared on the scene and inducing Mack to join lice he says she suddenly disappeared A physical and mental wreck Pal ipjer returned to Baltimore and took rooms A few nights ago he at tempted suicide he says by asphyxia ti n but was prevented by his son Mabel Palmer is well known in contain circles as a Spanish toe dancer Palmer has been a perfbfmer and manager and for 14 years was a lon with the leading circuses Go to Roysc Boone and get a alof the Red Star coal the best ir tovn 125tf YOUNG MEN WANTED Government Pays Railway Mail Clerks 8GO to 1400 a Yoar Free Scholarships Are Offered Uncle Sam holds examinations for railway mail clerks postofilce clerk or carrier custom house and departmental clerks Prepare at once for the coming examinations Thousands of appointments arc to be made Common school education is all you need city and country peo ple have equal chance Start to pre pa rcnowfree information Free scholarships this mouth Writeiin mcdiatcly to Central Schools Depar ment A3S Rochester N Y See Rose Boone before buym your feed We handle the beat in town 125tf Dont Experiment It is just as dangerous to play with pipes loaded with water as it is to play wtih a loaded pistol There is nothing more delicate than a sys tem of pipes if you dont understand them If anything tIles mngI call in a plumber whose business it is to know We understand them from A to Z Sam Thos Boone 29 West Broadway We have tiievery best feed on the market Come toseeiua before buy ing 125tf We handle all dads of coal at reasonable prices Come to sec us before Tooneb12 J If i SPRUCE HONEY 11 J t Is the one remedy for COUGHS COLDS and HOARSENESS That is suitable alike forq a dultsand children It acts onthe surfacepf the throat throughl the sys tem prodticing immediate results For That Lingering N Body Racking Cough SPRuCEHON Y WILL ACT ALMOST LIKE MAGIC CIIILDREN WILL TAKE ITYfFH1108 hq rlOUT TROUBLE aain r 25c the bottle Your Iq SH1 JBH MOf X1 QPGk111t l L r Satisfied ni MARTINS DRUG STORES PREPARING FOR Ir HtI BITTER FIGHT Political Enemies of Senator Lorimer Are Working Aqainst Adoption of Repcrt of Committee WASHINGTON Dec 27Political enemies of Senator Lorimer of Illinois aTe preparing for a vigorous fight in the senate against the adoption of pririleg4sfailed to find any cloud yupon to tiffs sent While tiey do not hope to be able to reject the report in vicv of the fact that only one Republican Senator Beveridge of Indiana and one Democrat Senator Frazier of Tennessee refused to sign it yet they do expect to call attention on the floor of the senate to a great deal of the alleged corruption in the Illinois legislature and at the same time it is said the methods pursued by the investigating committee will he severely criti cised Senator Beveridge is going over the testimony taken before the com mittee and also all of the details in the case which were not brought be fore the committee and it is anticipated that he will lead the font against the adoption of the report Me is retiring from the senate soon and hence it makes little difference to him what personal animosities ho engenders by an attack upon the junior Illinois senator Besides a fight Upon Lorimer by Beveridge in the closing days of his senatorial career would it is figured send him away with a verdict of popular proval at least so far as a certain element of reformers is concerned Those who have beery carrying on the attacks against Senator Loriraer in Chicago are priming for Beveridge with a vast amount of datn whicltr- is expected he will use iii his speeclf CALENDARS The demands for our Calendars have been so great that we iarebeen i compelled to dnp1catclasf stars orders three times We still liaVbx some left for all wlib will call fur them JOLT TTS INSuRANC AGENCY 205 McElfl6wfiejv Building ri c a c IP30eFO r THE WINCHESTER NEWS CO I The Modesty of Women obIwomenIwornLrano nle C3 of women who have been curedr bYDr Pierces Favorite Prescrip s examinationsi curesdebilitatingalmost always cures secretIall its ingredients being printed on its bottle = vrapper con = Cams no deleterious or habit =forming drugs and every native medicinal root entering into its composition has the full enl dorsement of those most eminent in the several schools of medical practice Some of the numerous and strongest ofprofessional endorsements of its ingredi bookletna sional endorsements should have far more weight than any amount of the ordi nary lay or nonprofessional testimonials The most intelligent women nowadays insist on knowing what they take as medicine instead of opening their ddyoung birds and gulping COMPOSITION 1Dr Pierces Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay exI onecentlIf sick consult the Doctor free of charge by letter All such communica turns are held sacredly confidential andbowelsIF tltior similar troubles should be your misfortune you want help quickly OUR exceptional ability will enable 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 successfully YOU WIN by trusting us with your work I GRANT WIlT CO ETII Phone 162 30 NORTH MAIN E Ii r WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR Memers French Chocolates and Bon Sons Just received a fresh supply direct from the factory Choice CIGARS in holiday packages X100 up Also nice line of FREHCH BRIAR and MEERSCHAUM PIPES PharmacyChas Peoples State BankPAID UP CAPITAL 10000000 Surplus Fund 2000000 In our short history of a few years we have lilt up a busi ness of which we are justly proud We are pleased with our business because of the volume to jtyhich it has already attained and the prospects for its future areputabtion for fa r dealing with our customers and friends And we are glad that our customers are in all parts of the city and coun and that we number our customers among the humblest a j ell as the rich depositors We would like very much to have you enlisted as one of our tistomers and cordially iuvite you to make us a visit and inves igate our facilities for doing an uptodate banking business JOHN M HODGKIN Cashier I L BROWN Pres L B COCKRELL V Pres 4 NARROW ESCAPE OF PASSENGERS Several Women Fearing the Clutch of the Current Made Frantic Ef forts to Jump Overboard BUFFALO N Y Dec 26With rudder broken and its hundreds of passengers ina frenzy of fear the new ferry boat Niagara Frontier plying between thiscity and Fort Erie Ont became unmanageable JlI mHl tee NIbali nvfir 8t urday 1111I 4rificd owlfcjfiit1jjpnvjP of human freight toward the International bridge eon heads alone kept ragedJtiof the current which would either dash the craft against the bridge or lmshit miles beyond to the Falls tried to jump overboard but were preventedA of distress brought the In ternational tug to the rescue and the helpless vessel was captured within half a mile of the bridge just oppo site the little Episcopal church on the Canadian shore and she was dragged out of the current to safely and back to her dock At this time of when there is little or no nmigation collision with the International bridge would surely have resulted in disaster The tug arrived none too soon MOONSHINER IS SHOT TO DEATH Pastor Is Aided in Fight by His Two Brothers Also Baptist Preachers One of Whom Was Badly Wounded BLUE RIDGE Ga Dec 0GCart- cr IJingetf Jt a moonshiner was shot to death Saturday afternoon in Mount Pisgah church near here by Rev W J Kimmon a Baptist minis ter The pastor was aided i nthc fight by his two brothers also Baptist preachers One of the latter was se1 rionsly wounded by Lingerfelt While Christmas exercises were being held in the church iingerfelt in traded and threatened to kill the preachers Lingerfelt has previous threatened to run the three minis Iy out of the county if they con d to preach against moonshin ingYAs soon as Lingerfelt drew his gun the three preachers it appears were ready for him for they opened fire and Lingerfelt fell pierced by half a dozen bullets not before however he had fired three shots himself one striking Rev II W Kimmon and in flicting a serious wound The preachers fired from the altar and Lingerfelt was killed just inside the church door Panic prevailed during the shoot lug many of the women fainting jmd men crawling under the benefiesS At the time the tragedy waffbciing enacted a ng illicit still OpiritfCi by 14 t Lingorfclt as being destroyed by Deputy Collector Hopkins within a stones throw of the church grounds ADJUSTMENT Of i STRIKE QUESTION Four Million Dollars Annually in creased Wages Is Granted to Loco motive Engineers =CHICAGO Dee 26Four million dollars annually in increased wages was granted Saturday to the locomotive engineers on 51 Western rail roals This is an average advance of 1019 monthly to 32780 men or- an increase of 103 per cent in the pay rolls of the roads involved Peace between the engineers and railroads is now assured for several years to come The Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen and the Order of Railway Conductors have asked for an in grease for 75000 members on the same lines and it is understood the railroads are willing to grant an advance aggregating nearly 5000000 They will be settled Tuesday as it is admitted there are no serious differ organizagious 1NOBLE THOUGHTS New Years greetings are greetings of good will How they soften hard hearts purify base deircs sweeten bitter thoughts and make every deed purer and holier Let heitrts cx pand sympathies enlarge and good will reign Let benediction drop from lips und substantial gifts fall from overflowing hands Make cheerless homes radiant and hopeless hearts to thrill with unspeakable gladness Forgive your enemies Bury the past Rise above the mean and petty re tiudiifts which may have liar bm7dgaijiv1hote wlftMmve not used jon n3c generous Get rally to start the ne yi year with kindly feelings and more noble ambitions Make the New Year of 1911 a day to which you can always look back with pleasure and gratitude Peace goodwill unto dear read er and a Happy Itanny- to Xew Year you allE1 Shinnick in His Shelby Record NEWUGtlT ON DEATH MYSTERY Is Thrown by Statements Alleqed to Have Been Made by Hattie LeBlanc to a Correspondent CAMBRIDGE Mass vcr 20 New light came Saturday in the Glover death mystery through statements made by Hattie LeBlanc at Wt Ari ehat toa correspondent ofa Boston newspaper She said in part 1 did not shoot Mr Glover He was an awfully nice man the nicest I ever knew and I just loved him Ho was the only man I ever eared any thing about Mrs Glover tried to 11himthat everything would come out all rightI hate Mrs Glover If she is tried I shall be glad to go down to Boston shalllonwere not true when she was on the witness stand Almost everything that she said was not true It was not true when she said that she dd not know that I was hiding nndov the bed On Sunday Mrs Glover opened the door of the room and looked at Inc and then closed the door Mrs Glover knew that 1 was go ing to the laundry with Mr Glover on Saturday night She knew before I went They all said that ray right hand vasblack when I came out from under the bed but it was not You know that they said that they found a comb in the laundry the next morning Melvin M Johnson the girls attorney does not believe the girlmade the statements attributed to her SWANGO VS REDDENHOUSE The case of Swango vs Redden housc which was transferred from the Wolf circuit court to the Clark circuit court was being dried by Judge J M Benton Tuesday morning We handle all kinds of coalat reasonable prices Come to see us before buying Royse Boone 12iilf IOFFERS HIS EYE TO A FRIEND Glass Optic Was Frost Bitten and Exploded and Vanek Offered to Help His Chum- COLORADO SPRINGS Colo Dec 2GFrank Vanek wellknown mining man of Cripple Creek district Saturday night proved how strong Western generosity is when he took out one of his own eyes and gave it to Sam W Vidler a mining andnews paper man who had broken one of his own optics Both men wear false left eyes idlers eye got frostbitten Thurs day and when he tried to thaw it out in warm water it exploded Un able to secure another false eye ir the mining camp he was saved further discomfiture when his friend proceeded to take the glass eye out of his own head and turned it over it formerUntil eye arrives Vanek i using an old one he happened to have laid away reduction on nil framed anti liiiframed pictures during this month inchesler Paint Wall Papei Company 1210tf it See Royse Boone before buying vonr feed We handle the best in town 125tf ITHE AUDITORIUM Picture Theatre Continuous performance daily from 330 to 430 and from 7 to 10 p m Music by Miss Feld illustrated songs by Mr Fred Dakin New everydtlYom snj pIpDMiS50 1lf t1 F 5 Cents u 1 al It DRINK 1JlWliMore Than Wet Capital SlQOOOP Undivided Profits 200000 THE Winchester Bank O- FliWINCIIZSTER KY N H WITHERSOONPresident 1W R SPfrAR L Cashier SOLICITS YOUR- ACCOUNTS HElD UP BY- lONE BANDIT Robber Opens Rear Door of Pullman Car and Confronts Astonished Crew With a Revolver KANSAS CITY Mo Dec 27A bandit celebrated Christmas Sunday night by going through Missouri Pa cific train No 112 due here at 1035 and holding up more than 100 pas sengers from whom he took only money and watches The man boarded the train which was from St Joseph bound for St Louis at Leavenworth Junction in the outskirts of Leaven rthand left it at Northwestern Junction in Kansas City Kan after securing a large amount of money and valuables and shooting one man who attempted to resist him As the train pulled out of the Leaveiiworth Junction the robber opened the rear door of the Pullman car and confronted the astonisliell crew with a revolver after which lie I rubbed them Cautioning the eon duetor and potter to keep still lu went through the car taking up a collection of watches and wallets Finishing with the Pullman he con tinued through the chair cars and the smoker until he had held up every passenger The train left Leavenworth June tion shortly before 10 oclock and by the time the man had finished his work it had reached Kansas City Junction Here he dropped from tin steps of the smoker and disappeared The railroad officials say the man who was shot was not seriously injured and it is not known how muclf money the bandit secured market sold by Royse Boone Red Star coal is the best on th- e125ti PLUCKY FIGHT- VITH A HATPIN Saved Christmas Bundles Which Ycunq Lady Was Carrying Homo Screams Attract Attention COLL1NGSDALE Pa Dec 27 Told up by a negro who threatened icr life Miss Myrtle the 18yearold laughter of Win Gorgas Sunday luckily fought off her assailant with t hatpin till he lied at the approach f a white man who responded to hei ries Her arms were loaded with Christmas bundles when she saw tin icgro approach but although no one was in the vicinity she felt no fear As the man passed lice he suddenly urned seized her by the throat and lemanded her packages saying with ui oath that he would kill her ifshe esisted Miss Gorgas wrenched oose from the man turned on kin ind gave him a battle with a ph hich she drew front her hat Again ie seized her by the throat but she iabbed his arms so badly with the pii hat he was forced to let go The screams of Miss Gorgas at ra ted the attention of a man who lurried to her assistance and the ne- ro led Administrators Notice All persons having claims of any and against the estate of Mrs Ai ce M Gilkey deceased are hereby notified to present same to me on cfore the 1st day of January 1911 Ill claims must be fully proven a required by law W H GARNER Tues Admr C T A FIRE DESTROYS RYlAND HAll Damage Is Estimated at 60000 tc 65000 but Is Amply Covered by insurance RICHMOND Va Dee 27Fire originating in the northeast corner of the fourth floor early Sunday morn jug destroyed time north wing of Ry land hall the main building of tin Richmond college group also serious the central part of tin ltlitdingThe damage is estimated it from 50000 to 05000 but it imply covered by insurance The origin of the fire is a mystery the only theory being that a eigurct itnmp may have been dropped by some student Time alarm in the building was given shortly after 4 oclock by three ministerial student had had r oms on the fourth floor A cry in the hall at the same time aroused other students sleeping in the building and all made a dash for the stairway and discovered their es cape to be emit off there by the homes By the time the engine arrived thei dOW1ljthe 011egelecture rooms will he rentednear tlie campus and the institution will open some time after the holidays Special prices on pictures during December Winchester Paint Wall Paper Company y 1210tf Christmas See the line of picture at the Winchester Paint Wall Pa Do you want something tasty Lou per Company 1210tf WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The silliest and best institution ic the county is the Winchester Rolle flourtbitbestWhite Pearl flour bas BO equal I CLASSIFIEDCOLMN CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS msertier2c in sertions Kzc a word for each additional In sertion j Oc a word per month perInsertionNothing inserted for less than ten cents Nothing charged on books for less than 25 cents FOR RENT Handsome twostory residence of 10 rooms all modern conveniences and outbuildings best location Price 40 per month Modern residence of 7 rooms fur nished Has bath gas etc This is your chance to start to thousekeep ing for 30 Price 30 per month We have a number of small cot tages for rent from 10 per month up Office In McHdowney Bullldlng rHomeFOR SALESix meat hogs weight about 300 tbs WP Hieatt 12263t- WANTEDTobacco wall case Home phone 316 263t FOR RENT One or two nice rooms for lodging or office in Bean build DiFOR SALEAt a bargain price ill sold at once two houses and lasts Apply to 23 Buckher street 2J31 STRAYEDTo Powell Dnireoirs stnble on Dec 22 an aged bay marc rather swaybacked wearing mans small saddle and blind brillfe 122r LOST On South Main street be tween Broadway and French aye fline silver link purse Will payrliberal reward for return to Rob bins News OHlder 1223K ROOirtS FOR RENTTo partiswithout children Mrs II C Bedford 13U College street12213tcod V W Bush 6 CompanyIFIRE AND TORN- ADOINSURANCE WINCHESTER KY OFFICE McELDOWNEY 145iPE DLETON RUSH 8s BUSH Attorneys st Uw- 5tk Fluor McEldovyney Building Winchester Ky LEWIS R HAMPTON Attorney at Law lice 5th Floor McEidowney Bnildij Special Attention to Collections Winchester Ky L U STEVENSON Attorney at tFJN iO S main St Winchester Ky All Leading Magazines AND WEEKLY PAPERS 1 SUBSCRIBE NOW If you have not yet renewed your sojI can meet any price quoted by any agellcI or write for my new catalogue WALLER BEAN Phillips Old Stand SHORTHAND artw Standard Phonography the short est legible shorthand Taught by a course of individual lessons the best method of teaching known J C Lary 234 S Highland street Home phone 737 j We have the very best feed m the market Come to see ui before bu- y125tiing