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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 LAST EDITION VOLUME 5 NO 62 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 28 1910 E CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK IHEARD FROMIN Word Conies That Jake Noble Is Sun jfeiosed To Be Now Located Jus Over Kentucky Line County Attorney W H Blaton of Breathitt county has received a let ter from a hamlet in West Virginia asking for a picture and description of Jake Noble nVio killed J Turner jailer of Breathitt on th night of Nov 8 The Breathitt of ficers refuse to give the name of th writer or the town until the case is investigated According to the writer of the let ter a stranger considerably under the influence of liquor overtook a con stable on the way to town the day before Christmas and engaged him in conversation The stranger said- I am one of the meanest men that ever left Kentucky I have killed three men and the last man I got was the jailer of my county The constable immediately report eil the facts to the authorities of the West Virginia county and the strung er is being kept under surveillance until the Breathitt county authorities are heard from A picture of Noble and a good scription were immediately sent toF the writer of the letter and Breathitt officials are expecting to hear of Nobles arrest at any time The rewards for the arrest of No- Me total 500 The county offers 3flO of that amount and the relatives of Turner the rcmakderB N BOY SCOUTS f1INGIUnder Leadership of Scout Mastei Loveland Boys Travel Many Miles w in Country The Boy Scouts celebrated the holiday season by taking a long tramp in the trt of the wet and mud HiloVlM town over the BoonesboropikejEor the lon trail u7 aa vtlttRltlttule IfuO tn they eutraicrpsldfuqtiy toIth lvIS N and returned along the railroad styleIin the woods The boys lightedup with one match in spite of the dampness and soon bacon was sizzling on a long stick and potatoes baking in the coals The party consisted o Mr C H Loveland scoutmaster aiu- two patrols Partridges James Cummings patrol leader William Benton corporal Felix Renick Albert Baldwin Arthur Green Virgil Lary Blazing Arrow corporalsdames Allen Larj Gilman Womack f Ross Todd trailed along in the partyThe Scouts are very much inter ested in their work They have sc Simponbbusily engaged in fitting them up The Scouts made themselves useful last Saturday A number of them assisted the members of the Associated Charities in distributing the Christmas presents to the children PROSPECTS OF j WINCHESTER I at 1 r iFuture of the Gateway City Is Rosy if the Commercial Club Takes Advantage of Opportunities J r The prospects of Winchester de veloping into a greater city wits never better than at the present time In spite of the report of the census bureau that the city has 7156 popula tion there is a feeling that there more re people here Counting the suburbs which are not in the city limits but which are really a part of the citys population there are easily flOOO in Winchester The most tangible new asset for Winchester is the projected shoe fac d r r it THEWINCHESTERNEWS tory TJic committee of the Commer cial club has secured a large numbe- of girls who want to earn from to 16 a week and they will meet the manager of the Cincinnati fiiim Fri day Any additional young womet- w11o AYtould like clean light work at a machine wit hgood wages of from 0o jjJlG per week can send their names immediately to Secretary Louis fifth floor MoEldow phonte No 145 The purchase of the L E byI the L N has made the opportunities greater for this city We are informed that it is only a year or two before the shops at Paris wil- be moved to this city and this will pointetQO the through freight southew come through to the main lines Millions of dollars of lumber and coal wall take thi s course in the nest few years There is a story too that the L E will ultimately be made a through line from Washington to Jacksonville Flu The L N is now the owner of the C C 0whirl runs into Washington It will finals connect with the L Eand this will place Winchester on another through line It is time that the Commercial club wakes to the importance of immedi t ute action to assure the future of this cityWi Or COMPANY lue Grass Realty Company Has Had Excellent Year Declaring Dividend of 80 Per Cent IAt1 meeting of the directors o Grass Realty company Tuesday night the following officers were elected for the ensuing year D S Gay president Will Hbdgkiu secretary R P Scobee treasurer NR Ratliff and Vic Bloomfield managers The report of the secretary on the work done during the past yea r showed that this was one of the bes paying businesses in the city rllCI report showed that an 80 per cent angd rhGrere extended a vote of thanks for their excellent showin- gMASONS ELECT I 1THEiROFFICERS J N Renaker Is Made Master and C H Bowen Senior Warden for Next Year Winchester Lodge No 20 F A Mat its meeting Tuesday night elected the following officers for the ensuing yearJ N Renakor master- C II Bowen senior warden M D Royse junior warden Jl W Wheeler treasurer J A Boone secretary- C E Bush and B S Bartlett stewardsJ Botkin senior deacon James A Webb junior deacon- T C Duke chaplain- J C Vaught tyler Dr Gleninore Combs trustee fur three years DUNHAM IS SENT TOW Pleads Guilty to Charge of Shotti akrntEdfliigtQn and Cannot Give Tuesday night the examining trial of Ab Dunham charged with shooting at Grant Edgington was on in Judge F P Pendletons court Dun ham pleaded guilty to the charge and was sent to jail on account of being unable tcr give a 200 bond for his appearance at the next term of theI Clark circuit court Go to Vic Bloomfield Cos this week for great bargains in clothing shoes hats and gents furnishings The prices are right 1 REVELLERS MAY- CAUSm O Fireworks Are Thrown Into Greek Restaurant at Frankfort and Fatal Shooting Occurs FRANKFORT Ky Dec 28Acrowd of Christmas frolickers who had been out all night with fireworks 1and drinks threw some big crackers into a Greek restaurant at 5 oclock Tuesday morning Dishes were broken and a fight followed Stephen Theophanis ncof the proprietors was shot in the head and icut badly He will probably die as the bullet penetrated the skull Pat Bohannon and Grover Land two wellknown professional baseball players and six or seven other young men who were in the crowd have been arrested theYThe Grecian consul general ha been wiredand he will probably take the matter up with the U S sti tIdepartment and secret sCJ vice officers may be sent here ON APPOINTMENTfe BY HIS TRUTHFULNESS Applicant Was a Good Man but Sev eral Years Before His Candidacy Had Drank Too Much GUTHRIE Okla Dec 28Yhen tewatinfa t ll for several yelirhac rt more than was good for him About a year before he asked for the postof fice however he stopped drinking When his candidacy became known c tohargeshim appear to be a most disreputable character iDennis Flynn was then delegate in congress from the territory of Okla homaI1CrC aTe an swered rIv m but Ill write to the mall himselfand let you know what he wrote the letter and in due time received an answer in which the applicant for bhe postofilce said There is a lot of truth and some falsehood in these charges The truth is that at one time I drankall the whisky I could lay my hands on and if there was a brand that l missed sampling it was because never came across it But the fur tlnjr truth is that I stopped drinking more than a year ago and never agar in my life do I expect to touch it I this letter loses me the appointment let it slide Upon this letter he got the appoint ment the President stating that if gave him pleasure to appoint a man so truthful ORGANIZATION OF- VIGILANCE y COMMITTEE Composed of 1000 Business Men tt Rid Los Angeles of Union Laboi Sympathizers LOS ANGELES Cal Dec 28 One result and by far the most im portent of the dynamite explosion that wrecked the Llewellyn ironworks early Christmas morning is the yigilanclI1000 men to rid the city of union labor sympa preveingtt sirables This wris openly advocat ed Monday after it was admitted by the police that there could be ioi question that the explosion at the Llewellyn plant was due to a ate dynamite plot A meeting of business men will be held said Fred Baker president of the Baker iron works after a confer ence with Secretary Zeehanandalaar of the Merchants and Manufacturers association and we shall take such action ns is necessary to protect our property from these dynamiters There seems to be only one way to do it- t That the movement will be pat toned after that in Colorado at the time of the miners strike is general ly admitted The citizens should organize rind lipe t this undesirable clement said Po lice Oaptain Lenheusen In that way only can we insure industrial peace here Pinkertons and local detectives ar trailing the three men who shot 8 Night Watchman Wm Vine of the Lacy iron works shortly before the explosion at the Llewellyn plant and who answer the description of the trio seen running away from the Llewellyn plant after the disaster Judge Bordivell announced that he would have the grand jury that is still dynamitingOctkilled take up the Llewellyn dynamiting GINGHAM 30LCENTS Were Presented to Maids in Employ of John D Rockefeller Both r Indionant CLEVELAND Dec 28 Gingham costing 30c each were the hristmas presents John D Rocke ller the richest man in the world sent to Hortense and Mary two hisIof gingham aprons can now be canreposingbehind the pil king at Forest Hi 1Uary told Hortense compared notes in the hallWhat did you geU sobbed Hor nseThis answered Mary wiping hmI ginghamMe too sobbed Iloi ease as she displayed a checked apron of the same sort as Mlirys and worthat re tail 30c Then an indignation meeting was held and the aprons were rn to shreds A few minutes later one of the 1Oth r servants appeared wlili a dust pun and broom and swept up all that was leftof John D Rockefellers Christmas presents to his maids NO STATE Tmi LOSE MEMBER In New Apportionment if the Plane of the House Are Carried Out Mr Crumpacker Believest WASHINGTON Dec 28Thu coming congressional reapportion ment will provide for a total mem reprofI dications This would mean on member to every 211700 of popula tionChairman Crumpacker of thehousc committee on census and some of his associates have been digesting the statistical calculations recently com piled by the census bureau to show the effect of various systems of apportionment on the representation ol the different states Of the 16 members of the commit tee 11 members are from states which would lose one 01 more repre sentatives if the prccnt number of members of the entire house is main tained in the light of the population shown by the census just completed- It is likely that these states will not only be protected but as Mr Crumpacker aril others believe that an increase to 435 will solve the problem before the house that being the least number that will save every state from any loss in the numerical Strength of the delegation at Wash ington BROOKS IE B USH County Clerk J A Boone Tuesday afternoon issued a marriagelicense to Frankrio Brookshire of this county AUDITORIUM White Mans Money the Red Mans Cprse just released by Ka lem is one of the best Western pic hires offered by the Auditorium this season Two splendid comedy pictes entitled Chew Chew Lard or the Adventures of Dollyand Jim also Rough Weather Courtships is on the bill Wednesday s CATS SPREAD 1M TUBERCULOSIS Dfr Thomas W Clark of Lakewood tctHealth CLEVELAND Dec 28That cats spread tuberculosis andarea men ace to the family was declared by Dr Thomas YoClark of Lakewood who within the last conducted more felinesRtern examinations of Among Dr Clarks patients was the headof a family who was afflicted with tuberculosis From the history of the case the doctor was convinced that the family cat had brought the disease to the house As a result he made an investigation He offered money for cats and 100 or more of Lakewoods felines were killed and examined by him I found in all of them germs of tuberculosis the doctor says 01 theealthough- at least 30 per cent of them were in a serious condition I venture to say that enough of the germs were pres eat in allof them to make them a danger to any household Cats prowl around in various places and thin carry the germs with them The household pets are a menace DElEGATES MAY BE CHOSEN Clark County Tobacco ftovyers Are Talkint of Sendinq Representatives to Meeting at Lexington Jan 5 Some little interest is ibeing taken by Clark county tobacco growers in the convention that is to be held in Lexington Jan 5 next There is a feeling that something should be done BurleyTobaccoprices which are now thebmarket The men who are talking over the 1pountytheir their 1010 r npublicsbooststill holding theirs Again there is a general feeling amounting almost to a certainty that unless something like this movement succeeds the American Tobacco company wall lower the price within a eal or two to the former low fig uresThere is talk of a meeting of growers the first of next week at which delegates could be elected to the Lexington meeting to consult as t the best move possible The sending noet n county to anything and might hi tys was advantageS CALEB POWERS VISITS CITYI CongressmanElect from the Kentucky District on His Way t Washinnton Caleb Powers was in the city Tues day night for several hours Powers was on his way from his home atI Barboursville to Washington where he goes to assist in having Judge Morrow appointed district attorney While in the city Mr Powers stoppe with Hon H G Garrett A RECORD SALE One of the best if not the record sale of 1910 tobacco was made the other day by Mr D H Morgenson of the TwoMile pike His crop averaged on the breaks at Lexington 1532 BLU EMOUSE PLEASES The Blue Mouse will be seen at the opera house Wednesday Jan 4 The Frankfort News speaks as follows of the company Frankfort saw a new company in The Blue Mouse Monday afternoon gild evening an dliked it Frankfort r t has seen the play before and it an amusing comedy of life in Nc Iorlw a rather liver set play was one of those set on the is of the tough plays in New York but it did not impress one as booing worse than the average farce Miss Gertrude Ritz played the Blue rouse and played it well She is small and very pretty with a winning smile and the babyish ways that are supposed to go with a woman who relies for her charm on physical qualities alone Miss Ritz had good sup port and the whole cast was well balanced Barbara Douglas was good in the part of Mrs Lewcllyn EPRESENTATIVESATLOUISVILLE MidWinter Meeting of Kentucky Press Association Being Held at Seelbach The midwinter meeting of the Kentucky Press association meets Wednesday and Thursday at the Seelbach hotel Louisville An interesting program has been arranged Col R R Perry is in attendance representing The SunSentineland Miss Goldic Perry of The News BRANDENBURGKELLY Mr Wm Brandenburg and Miss Lou Kelly were married at the residence a of Mr Mike Raker in the coun ty Wednesday afternoonc ElKS ENTERTAIN MANY FRIENDS o Old Ham Turkev and All Sorts of Re freshments Served Tuesday by LoS cal Lodge The gates of the grazing TuesdayS the Elks were thrown open afternoon and herds from far and near came to partake of their hospi tality The occasion was one of the features of the Christmas nice fat hog was donatelbytllt Renick and this was roWd sti 1 Tietthe pig baked turkey and everything that goes to make a nice lunch with refreshments were served The feast was begun at 230 oclock in the afternoon andt lasted until late at night All the Elks and their friends who were numbered by the hundreds were in attendance Another social entertainment wan also held during the evening at the office of the Blue Grass Realty corn pany After the meeting of the di to the stockholders and a number of friends THE I OFFICE FORCE l Police Officers Turn Shotgun Loose in Basement of The News BuildI ingh wetac ay the report of shotgun in the basement of the building and at first believed that a duel or some sort of feud was theYIreached entrance of the basement with a shotgun in his hand and Police Officer Madigan standing at his side They then supposed that the jailer had caught some one trying to beak the basement but upon inquiry the officers stated that they had only killed a small dog The dog had cra rlclunder the house sari someone in passing saw it and from its actions believed that it was mad and called up the police headquarters and notified the officers who came hurriedly and relieved the animal of its sufferings but did not notify the force that they were going o shoot GQ to Vic Bloomfield Cos this week for great bargains in clothing shoes hats and gents furnishings The prices are right It t to WEATHER Thursday colder and faIr 1tGIRLS PROCURED Committee of Comercial Club Has Good Results for Shoe Factory Employees At the Commercial club headquar ters Wednesday morning it was stated that the required mimber of girls for the shoe factory had been scene ed The number required to start the shoe factory was 50 but the company contemplating locating the factory can use as many as 500 if they can be gotten fwd the effort to secure names by the committee of the Commercial club appointed for this purpose will not stop The parties who are contemplating locating the factory here have been notified as to the results andwill probably comq here the latter part of the week The committee appointed by the Commercial club to secure labor rc pprted Wednesday morning that it would be able to secure 75 or more girls and women and the representa five of the factory was notified by long distance phone lIe told the committee to notify all of the girls and women to meet him Friday afternoon the clubs room so that ho and his forelady slid master mechanic could talk the matter over with them He said to the committee that it was a hustler and that it looked like sure go The committee has secured the county court room on the first floor of the court house and allwho wish work in this factory are requested to meet there Friday afternoon at 3 oclockThe Commercial club is drier un hrconcern lint HIS not 4 lwd- uc1nsabletodaulgethenarop atipresi- ent ci Go to Vic Bloomfield Cos this week for great bargains in clothing hats and gents furnishings The prices are right It EN FORAKER UJSCUss lAW off rt c11I rftr1 l Brief Filed irt United StatesTSu = uiii prfeme Court Corporation Taxtlst h Attacked YASIIINGrON1Dec 8The le contest of the constitutionality of corporation tax provisions of the PayneAldrich tariff bill was renewed Tuesday in the supreme court of the United States when former Senator Joseph B Foraker of Cincinnati filed a brief attacking the low lIe is one of the many attorneys who were retained in the case when it was first presented to the court in March 1910 Senator Foraker is expected to caseIpared by the senator when the case was first presented It is argued that the tax is neither laid on the corporation itself and its franchise nor the business of the corporation but op the entire net come The senator designates it as a corporation income tax and holds that it is unconstitutional for the same reasons that the income tax was declared unconstitutional in 189iV r The feature of the tax which pro vides for publicity of the returns on which the tax is ascertained again is tott summer cor potation tux cases had ben argued the first time before the supreme leonrtMARKETS CHICAGO Dec 27 Receipts of hogs 15000 cattle 3500 sheep 1000 toBogs opened 5e higher than Mon day and 5L10c higher than Satur day good 7 508 rough 7 G0 7 75 light ar 007 95 Cattle lOc higher than Saturday Sheep O7 25c higher than Saturday CHICAGO Dec 27Gelt says 10 000 hogs against 20000 and 14000 last year Provisions ranged higher for the week Ribs suffered a little setbackcaused by some liquidation of January Itis hard to judge the action of the market for the near Lu tore as it all depends on the hog movement and how near thi January shortage is evened tip w 1 r I 1rJ IhjeTwi 4 f H THE WINCHESTER NEWS y ow THE WINCH ESTER NEWS t Iti An liKlfpMutont Newspaper L i h- qyTHE I CO I q Ttcarporat d Ofce t ui1 So th Main Street WHfet Kentucky Daily Except Sunday Etot red as secondcla s matter November 28 1908 at the postofficei in Winchester Kentucky Act of March 3 1870 tyS Rhjiqes 91 SUBSCRIPTION RATES 47 By Mail IDaily one year 3 Six Months 150 One Monthr 25 Payable in Advance TH IP4PE8Rfr fl FcqtlC t tslyci9fTrf c r W JqFF 5NEW xokK AND CHICAGO BRJNCpESlf ALL TIi R PRINCIPAL CITIES MAIL SUBSCRIBERS We have been sending notices to many asking them to re mit the amountof their subscription to slate and foil a year or part of R year in advance We have been and must be insistept because qf a ruling of the ppstpffice department which is that a newspaper owner cannot low a subscriber to owe more than three months if the paper is a daily and more than one year if a weekly We have aked the payment to date and for a year or a part of the yc in advance because the mail scription price of this paper is payI abfetuadvance gild rbiftIf iirth V a14 m 1J rf1ticf1nr reasoVt V that sh ll0 b called on to bother t subscriber again for some time Most of those who have come to pay up have done so cheerfully and willingly A Lea have seemed put out because they did not understand the notice and Some of them have stopped the paper We are writing for t4q benefit of the latter Wq haveeatit to offend lip one by asking for the irioneyclue us We c irHpt run oir viiliValofie antl some thousands JrI dollars fHyea owing us from our mail subscribers alone The beginning of the year isa good time to start all payments We cannot afford to mail notices very often as it costs 2Q for stamps alone For these reasons we not only ask all subscribers to pay up to date but also fpr some time in advance in n case fpr over the year This seems to uSI reasonable requestwlicii it is recalled that all subscriptions are really payable in advance pcrpChway but there are lots qf people if they had it to do over again would balk Telling a young lady that she is pretty as a picture is a doubtful compliment All pictures are not pretty nAdanis county Ohio over people have been convicted for sell lug their votes more are on the gridiron The penalty is a prison probablykllawsthem off with a fine equal to the price ofitJitt vote Another penalty is dis franchisement This stands From the reports one party is as culpable as the other The vote of Adams county will not be so large at the nextelection We know most of the floaters inI DcmoIcring forward to May 27 next politicsTJobstensibly to hear expressions from candidates as to whether they wanted a primary or a convention Nine tcejri out of the twenty candidates wanted the convention plan The twentieth was noncommittal Whereupon the committee wept into execu tit sjession and voted two to one for u riWY Go to Vic Bloomfield Cos this week for great bargains in clothing furnishingsthe t Winchester Lumber and Manufacturing Co INCORPORATED ITEM FOR WOMEN Marlboro Mass June 1 1910 can frankly say that Parisian Sa c has given me perfect satisfaction at will highly recommend it as a hair grower and beautifier and a sure cu 00for dandruff I also have recommended it to several people and it has given wonderful results Mrs G tJarteaux 20 Main street Cynthiana Ky June 3 1910 I have only used two bottles of Paris ian Sage and I find my hair has creased wonderfully in thickness a luxuriance and beauty The lauds all disappeared I was wonderfully surprised as I have tried many hn restorers though I have founduo that ever lids helped my hair exec Parisioan Sage so I can say it worth all of the hair restorers I have ever found and Iwill tell many friends about it Gratefully yo friend Miss M Clough Box 212 Phillips guarantee Parisian Sage kill dandruff germs eradicate dau ruff stop falling hair and itching scalp or money back It is the most delightful and refreshing hair dress hg in the world and is not sticky or eveaiy cents a tic The girl with the Auburn hair on every package WAS LONG ILL Deca28 InbHess Tie was a member of the Pawes Indian commission under resident Cleveland heGo to Vic Bloomfield Cos this week for great bargains in clothing shoes hats and gents furnishings The prices arc right It =W q H A POSTERLet me post you on the fact that fires in Winter are of a more frequent occurence than any other season I would suggest an examination 0ofall insurance policies to see if yindemnifyfireNOW is the time to insure in STROTHERS INSURANCE AGENCY Fraternity Bldg Phone 185 mltmmltm WINCHESTER OPERA HOUSE THURSDAY and FRIDAY December 29 and 30 With Matinee Friday Buffalo Bill will be seen in motion 1 c tares that are lifelike a positively full size 3000 FEET ofnew film showing in itsr every detail Buffalo Bil Wild West and Pawnee Bil Far East Admission lOC ts WI W1 MMtt SANTA CLAUS WILL SOON BE ql THE JOB again How are you fixed to receive him lIe likes to see things in ship sbape and if there is anything about house or outbuildings that needs at tention better conic and get the lum ber and get busy We will help along by milking delivery at once whether your order be little or much BANKS ON SURE THING NOW Ill never be without Dr lungs AIcodUnequaled for Biliousness Jaundice Maller Drug Company Insurance ilThe strongest Life Insurance Conlisance Cos If you want the best Life and Fire Insurance ttrseeOgdend BOQKSrS Look in our window for x Ledgers Journals Time Books Memorandum 11Books etc and office sup plies of various kinds Our prices are right PharmacyCHAS rii 1 It 0 VicePresident Cashier Clark Comity Noua1i3auk Established 1565 Accounts of Merchants Farmers and Traders Solicited Collection Made on Points Ctpital and Surplus 35000000 J ENDS WINTERS TROUBLES To many winter is a season oC trouble The frost bitten toes jwd fingers cliipped hnils and laps chilblains cold sores red and rough troublesIPiles Cuts Sores Ec WiniiNIGHT VATGHMAN CO 1 1IrrS SUICIDE Phones to Einoloyer Five Minutes ThatItired of living you had better get another than to tape my place wore telephonerigtendent five minutes before he fired the shot which snuffed out his life Shanklin who was about 21 years of age was employed at the Lexington mills as a night watchman Monday evening he came into the Joahil1Suntil it was time for Shnnklin to goon duty at midnight Going to the telephone he called up Mr YoYo Patterson the superintendent the millwho lives at the corner of Fourth street and Maple avenue Tired of Life He Says When Mr Patterson came to the lephone Sbankliu told him that iiel vrts tired of living and that he hul best see about getting another night watchman in his place Fearing that Shanklin would harm himself Patterson hurried down town as fast as possible arriving at the mill about 20 minutes later Shanklin was not in the office when he arrived and Chandler that he told him that lIe was going to the lockers which ac situated on the fourth floor to get some clothes Clfandlcr had by one pretext or another kept Shanklin in the office for about five minutes and when he went out Chandler remained behind foai ing that the man was insane and interferedBg Is Found A searchwas immediately institut ed by Mr Patterson and Mr J D Tate who is also employed at the f mills Tile result was the finding of Shanklins bqdy lying on its back on the floor of the fourth story of the building He hail gone to the lockers and removed his tit collar and coat before wasbhalfway between the I6ckers and the stairway down by which he hall come lcadingII SKIRTS 650I r r itIDo not fail logo to the NEW JEWELRY STORE before you finish your Christmas shopping If you andlookprices and styles Watch and repairingall work guaranteed CHAS A OAR R HERSJEWELER Tarr 91 DISSOLUTION SALE Because of the death ofa member of the firm we are tores theduceofferALLSWEEPING REDtlfcflOK t SOOFFiIN Suit Department f4200 Suits fOIll 2125r 4t 3500 Suits for 1750 jI d I dh tI I uhl If3250 Suits for lR25d l Ie 11I1IIt t 3000 Suits for 1500 f t di i 2500 Suits for 1250 1850 Suits for 925 Ii stPlease note that these halfprices we quote not on old goods but on the very Newest t i and Latest Style Suits bought in new York last fall especially for This Seasons wear We quote only a few but we have for the early to select from P 1200 Skirts for 700 800 to 900 Skirts for 550 750 skirts for 500j all Clock are many comers COATS trr IflZ11 1IIii u91rl Ii f 1 2350 Coats for 1500- 2150 and 000 Goats for 13J0 1850 and 1750 Goats for 1200i150 Goats for 1000 JJ I light Weight Jackets I 3GO to 9o00jy49I AT LARGE REDUCTION IN PRICF J i 1 l REMEMBER ALL THESE LOW fRICES ARE ONJ L l t NEW GOODS t r i t 1It l t x In All Other Departmentsf i tl fitr 12rC1 Goods Hosiery Muslin Underwear Novelties we are offeringequally ATTRACTIVE BARGAINS j x df t i t MucIi Qfth gOQswi1go at far Below Cost Values c t lit J iJ tl 4 l4 ART ISL TURNBULLTSWnEsTl DUfllJTJQN r t tm t 1f s tj J l fI h j is t Ltv Tr Pw y ywy i- THrWINCH J iirt = STER NEWS CO Pale Three aR t jREMEMBER2that will be given away New Years HAVE YQJ seen them Come in and hear te Phonograph play let us explain how you can get them CO HOWEJEWELEROPTICIAN J I iS 0 C IETY KingWade Miss Annie 13 Wade was married to Mr Jas W King byKev J M Rash Tuesday morning Thpy are poinihir voting people of tic Wudes Milt iieighlpprllood Congratulations are extended rr0Candy Pulling There null he a candy pulling of tli Sunday school of the Central Baptist church Thursday night Dec 29 at the Opera House block All members of the Sun a yschool tire cordially Jinvited A NEW GIRL Bern Tuesday i Dec 27 to Mr ant MjsGrovcr C Gilbert a girl weight nine pounds Mrs J C Dremon and son of Yooilbury Pa are visiting her sis ter Mrs E B Robison Miss Katherine Robb will attend a dance at Nicholasvillc YcJuesday night Miss Eunice Earp leaves Wednes t day for a visit to friends jn Hunting ton YoVa Mr Jas Lyle has accepted a posi tion as bookkeeper tit the East Tennessee Telephone company Miss signcl1it ton is vis rung Mrs Matt Adams it Mrs Albert Bernard Coxe of Phil lelphia is visiting his sister Mrs dart Robinson After the holiday he will return to New Haven to college Mr and IrsJ C Anderson have returned home after a weeks visitt to her parents Mr add Mrs W II Nelson Miss Elma Fox has recovered from a severe illness ii Little Misses Bernice ami Lucile al1lcnf Lexington are pending Iic baud 1YS with their graiuGSorher Sirs Jes e Hadden of Taylor avenue Mr and Mrs C M Boone and tvc children are spentling the holidays with friends and relatives at Car lisleMrs John Lawrence and two chilI then Dallas and Scobee are spend ing several days with her parents a Indian Fields Miss Nan eye Lowry is snendin- Xmas with her parents Miss Maggie McIntyre who teaches schoolnear Bccknervillc has gone t SJiarpsburg to spend a week with relatives Rev and Mrs R E Bush the for met pastor of the Methodist church lit Campton arc visiting relatives the city and county inJ lIon R D Hunter and Hon Ab rani Renick attended the big Dcmo era tic meeting in Louisville the past week Mr and Mrs Arthur Daviess Miss Daviess and Mr Peasley of Coving totlare guests of Mrs Thomas Brad Icy Mr Rayburn Rice formerly of this isethe guest of his sister Mrs Dudley McCormick Miss Jennie BcrryjVills is visiting in Louisville Garner Newton of Morehead is visiting in this city William and Kellcy Day arc visiting at Rose Hill Va MissRaymond Shearer is with rcl alives in Richmond Miss Alice Quisenberry is visiting relatives in Richmond Mr Coleman Moffett visited in Sharpsbnrg this week Mr J C Guy of Somerset is visiting his parents Here Miss Mary Timberlake is in Frank fort with her sister Mrs Wm Huge Miss Mary Amis has returned from a visit to friends in Lexington Misses Golden and Margaret Day have returned from a visit in Jack SOriMr R R Perry and daughter are attending the midwinter meeting of the State Press association in Louis villeMessrs Frank Singleton of Day ton Ohio and Edgar Singleton of Lexington are spending the holidays with their parents Miss Mat tie Ovine of Jasper will arrive Tuesday to be the guest of Miss Corinnc Singleton MrsJvate Tuggle and family have gone TorwcJl lHro make their home Miss Jennie Jelf4 of Frankfort is visiting her sisfcirMvs D Shearer Mists Louise Efeitrich is at home beenfathool Mr G A McClure of Kansas City is visiting his mother Mrs J CMct iClare Mr and Mrs Sam 1C Hodgkin are visiting relatives of the latter In Henry county- t Mrs Z P Bryant of Bagdad is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs SrbMiss MinnicKidd of Lexington is the guest of Mis John C Allan and- o Mrs George KoJilhass Elder M G Darker and family of Owensboro arrived Friday to visit Mr and Mrs M T M Eldowney Miss Bertie Thompson who is at tending school in Virginia is at lioine to spend the holidays Xmas Is Overan- dwe have 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 stockwhich we shall closeout this week I AT COSTValencia Almonds were 25c now 19c lb Jumbo Pecatisvere 25ctiiow 19c lb fT Filbertswere 25c now 19c lb i Brazil Cream Nuts were 20c now 16clb arsI t PRICESIII f MacNeill Weathers VOK Phones 401 r I tdittuv JI fr S SuitsJP SW3fib a or acia Ittt geitt 1taI AT ttu rmc il t C1iftb0 Ross I T tJ t 20 Suits value 2500 each 12 98 All reduced to 4 Other Suitsat Cost No suit sent on approval No suIt rr J Jald aside without loneshalf beingrMr 1 1 JJtl t f Clifton B Ross q 1r y qI0 p B It t 111 f fl It pa rJOOr 2iI cf w lP r JJ f n Prof Clarcnc isle who has a responsible josi ill an Allmnsasj college is with vies AIr Thomas hint of Montgomery W a is home for a visit to relatives for the Christmas holidays IcCor1miconvalescent fromutreCut it e Mr Flourney Jouett is at home for the holidays from Andover Mass schoolttW B Caywood and wife of Owsley county are visiting Drs Cay wood and lfr Sam Jett of this city Mr Prank C Green has returned to his home in Carrollton after a visit to Mr Joe Lindsey SOUTHERN EDUCATORSMEET CHATTANOOGA Tcnn Dee 28 The twentyfirst annual session of the Southern Educational assaciation DR JOHN A SNOWDEN OFFICE IN Bean Building near corner Main and Fairfax Street Residence 143 Doone Avenue OFFICE HOURS iSJVsm Both Phones office No 352 Residence Home Phone 32p convened here Tuesday with nearly 2000 members present some of wlioni ire the most pronnuenl of the Souths educators This is the largest nina ber that ever attended a meeting of the association Dr Dn Johnson made thc nnnnal address last night KaLr tEeOUGHAND CU Ei1iE UNG WlTUDIKiNG9S HEDISCOVERY FORIOUGHSJnICE g1 i00 ALlIHROAT AND lUHG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED CALENDARS The demands for our Calendars have been so great that we have been compelled to duplicate last years orders three times We still have some left for all who will call for hem JOUETTS INSURANCE AGENCY 205 McEldowney Building SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS WE have some choice article bought especially for the Holiday trade still on hand COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU Baldwin Brosor Sign of Big Watch 54 S Main St WINCHESTER KY l s Citizens National Bank Paid up Capital 100000 Surplus 551000 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS We will give you courteous treatment and attend promptly and carefully to all business entrusted to us J D SJmpsonjTPr eSrf M 4q A H Hampton Cashier T F Phillips V Pres J W Poynter Asst Cashier 0 j J WINCHESTER WEDNESDAY January OPERA HOUSE 4th E Uarp ltbr Presents Cfydet Fftcljs Senatipjlaij Adaption from the er- manjIE BLUE MOUSE The Talk of Europe 14 months at Lyric Theatre New York 6 Months at Garrick Thea tre Chicago PRICES 50c 75c and 150 BALCONY 25c Seats on Sale at STRODES SAVED FROM AWFUL DEATH How an appalling calamity in his family was prevented is told by A D McDonald of Fayctteville N C R F D No S My sister had consumption he writes she was very seemed to grow weaker every day as all remedies failed till Dr Kings New Discovery was tried and so completely cured her that she has not been troublcd with a coughsince Its the best medicine I ever saw or heard of For coughs colds la grippe asthma croup hemorrhage all bronchial troubles it has no equal 50c 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Winchester Drug Corn pany Red Stai coal is the beat on the market sold by Royse Boone 12utf i Go to Vic Bloomfield Cos this week for great bargains in clothing shoes hat and gents furnishing- IItc prices ire right Big reduction pn all framed and unframed pictures during this month Winchester Paint Wall PapQi Companv v wj1 fIr 1 VJ MISTAKE IW ORDERS L PARKERSBURG W Vu Dec 28 Four trainmen were killed and others seriously injured in a collisi of two night trains on the Ohio Iliv division of the Baltimore and Oh railroad at Marcers Bottom W Va TuesdayIt that the crew ofone of the trains made a mistake in reading its orders and that this was the eauseof thin accident CLASSIFIEDCOLUMNa i CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS- Ic a word for a msernes 2c a word for three consecutlvtf In sertions v Yzc a word for each additional In sertion lOc a word per month Scattered insertions Ic per word per Insertion L n1 W Nothing inserted for less than ten cents Nothing charged on books for less than 25 cents FOR RENT Handsome twostory residence of s 10 rooms all modern conveniences andoutbuildings best location A per month IIodel11 residence of 7 rooms fur bath gas etc This is your chance to start to housekeep ing for 30 Price1 Tii6r month We have a number of small cot ni tapes for rent from 10pcr month up t GIt r4i lghti Hr 1TOKE Office In McEldowney Builldfog tiNome Phono 728 East Tenn 28 FOR SALESix meat hogs weight about 300 His11T P Hicatt 122G3tu WANTED Tobacco wall case Home phone 310 263t FOR RENTOne or to nice room buildingFox 12263 U LOST On South 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charges myfmeNi ISrMY ADDRESS AgeHow long affiictedLn your disease is not on the list opposite write the name here WANTSTfJHELP SOME For thirty J F Boyer Fcttile Mo needed help and couldnt r I F or troubles bo us to repair the damage for itourbe is trade we by us of to to the to to suitable to case to it for all IS If of we My Principal Trouble Has Been Make a cross X in front of your trouble Two crosses XX in front of the one from which you suffer most Rheumatism Kidney Trouble Lumbago Bladder Trouble Diabetes Heart Disease Dropsy Impure Blood Neuralgia Female Trouble Diarrhoea Torpid Liver ParalysisIndigestion Headache Malaria Dizziness Brighfs Disease find it Thats why he wants to helpI some one now Suffering so longI himself he feels for all distress from We sellelothngon a basis roof good Value and perfect satis oJacttouY tv J The only way we can do this is to search the markets and choose the choicest tf We offer SteinBlock Clothes to our trade in preference to all others because they are made ofiselected fabrics handtailored and cleverly styled 1 I IV You will look and loop and be disappointed many times be fore you find betterclotliS than these r i Itr u iI TpetiteBittersoj1Iiive bottles he writes wholly cured me and now I am well and hearty Its also positively guaran teed for Liver Trouble Dyspepsia Blood Disorders Female Complaints and Malaria Try them 50c at Win Chester Drug Company SHORTHANDI Irr Standard Phonography the short est legible shorthand Taught by a course of individual iessons the best method of teaching known J G Lary 234 S Highland street Home phone 737 THE AUDITORIUM Picture Theatre Continuous performance daily from 330 to 430and from 7 to 10 p m Music by songsbypictures and new songs every day ADMISSION 5 Cents DRINK PpAoIaMore gDecemberPaper Company 1210tf Christmas See the line of pictures at the Winchester Paint Wall Pa Do you giant something tasty forIper Company 1210tf WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Rolle Mills Why not use home flour the best made Kerr perfection and White Pearl flour has no equal i o CHECK 1HEFT OF POSTAGf STAMPS Bold Statement Is Made That in Many Cases Clerks Have So Stamps at Cut Rates largefirmsof Pittsburg proper have decided to stumpsbperforainsletter Pwill be punched in citoThemany other large firms are follow suit jfl The Crucible had some difficulty IiI CorneaSteelperforating stamps as the C Co has been considered as being AstockIt is asserted by the police department which has been working on the stankhaveand from the city offices yearly The boldstatement is made that in many cases clerks have been taking the stamps and selling them at cut rates to smaller shopkeepers PRISONER IS SHOT TO DEATH Was Being Taken from the Coup Jail to the Police Station Whin Discovered b ythe MobIHOT SPRINGS Ark Dec 27 havIBgIdllcc1Springs Ark last August was token from the county jail here early Mon day morning and shot to death His body was riddled with bullets Chitwood was being taken from the county jail tdthe police station when discovered by the mob He was Gently granted a change of venue a was to have been taken to Benton Ark Mondavi the mob was made of 20 yho wore handker IUP over there At t JOINT DEBATE AT OWEN TON Large Crowd Hears Addresses of Former Governor and Senator Jas CongressmanBen O VENTqNiy Eec 27Former GQyerllor and Senator James B Mc Creary ttdthesseda large audience of Dionflay onlylargetion that a primary fairly and hon estly conducted was the best method of arriving at the true wishes of the people was warmly cheered He declared that he entertained the highest respect for his opponents in the race but intimated that Hon Ben Johnson and Hon YoO Head should be satisfied at least until the end of their present terms with the Sale of be Winchester 23 1911The Lexington and Eastern Rail way company will sell the following uhelaimedi and over freight Sale commences at 9a m 1 bundle tin strips S 0 Felix 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