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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a iJt 1 1 f j j LASTEDITIONr 5 NO 65 31 1910 I CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS WEEK E V Tie tobacco growers met in the county court room Satur day afternoon for the purpose of se lecting delegates to attend the meeting of tobacco growers at Lexington Jan 5 Mr R Pi Scobee was selected as chairman and Messrs W A Beatty and C E Lyddane secretaries On motion Mr Scobee chairman appointed Messrs L B Cockrell W 0 Brock N D Clark Wm Jones and T C Robinson a committee on reso following resolutions were adopted 1 That the present prices pre vailing are fully realized to be en tirely for the tobacco ofI the present year and that the farm ers and tenants are a very serous condition 2 That the growers of Clark county have been and at this time are in hearty sympathy with any move ment or which will tend to the procuring of equitable and fair prices for this and future tobacco crops 3 That we believe the best plan is an county pool to be managed by county managers and the lowest margin of cost Said poolc About 64 Girls and Women Sign Their Names for Work and the Factory Is Almost an Assured Fact That Winchester wail have anothei factory located here by the middle of February is now an almost assured time since a shoe factory concern began looking around for a new location A gentleman of this city induced them to come here and look this place over It was some time before they would come stating that they would use girls and women entirely and that they did not they could get them in this eralweeks since a of the company was here and stated that if 50 girls could be gotten by that time they would locate the factory here At the court house Friday aftertnoon there were 04 girls and women a who signed their names for work in this factory There were 15 more in the possession of Mr Lewis li Hampton secretary of the Commercial club wino were not present at the meeting 1 The meeting was held in the coun 2 ty court rocm which was crowded 3 The gentleman ithe shoe company made a short talk to the 5 women and stated to them that tin success of a factory i nthis city def pended upon them He also said that he was surprised at fne number and that it was now up to him to bring the factory here Messrs Geo Tomlinson f and J W Chambers also made short talks After the meeting members of the Commercial club with the gentle men looked at several buildings for the factory r r l II Suit Is for 22000 Which Is Commis sin the Plaintiff Alleges Is Due on Sale of Land 1 The case in the Clark circuit court which was begun Fri day morning is attracting a great deal of attention and many of the cit zens are in regular atendance Before the case was entered Judge J M Benton announced that it wq ild have to be finished this week and a night session was held Friday night which lasteduntil 10 oclock At noon Sat urday Mr E S Jouett the plaintiff had finished taking all his direct tes f t timony and Mr John G White was JOn the stand in his defense The suit is for 22000 which is cpmmission the i e t Burt C Co of Ford to E Carnihan fctVini 2 j r HfJ tf i f t l4J rf TIlE WINCHESTER NEWS WINCHESTER SATURDAY DECEMBER III ClARK COUNTY TOBACCO I GROWERS HOLD MEETING independent unanimously inadequate confrontedwith organization independent SHOE FACTORY FOR WINCHESTER factSome believet representative applications representing s1teIOUETT WHITE CASE ON TRiAL JouettWhite plttllCBahbLumber Irjr Ii KENTUCKY independont to work in conjunction with similar andother pools from other counties 4 That are opposed to cutting out the crop of 1911 5 That the following gentlemen be appointed to go to Lexington on Jan 5 1911 at the invitation of va irons other tobacco growers to dis cuss the present situation and if possible to formulate some plan whereby the existing conditions may be remedied to the benefit of Burley tobacco growers Abram Renick R po Scobee J E Gaitskill A T Dooley L B Cockrell W 0 Brock J H Stevenson S T Prewitt Geo Hunt T C Robinson E B Dooley W D Judy N H With erspoon S D Goff W M Jones Er nest Allen D B Hampton YoD Clark W M Hobb Joe Brown J B Martin Andy Dykes Jesse Hodgkin Clay Skinner Sam Shinfessel Colby Conkwright Harry Clay T W Brock B D Goff Joe S Lindsay Jeff Hill H V Thompson Hyman Bush John Booth Frank Rogers Z T Conner Sam P Hodgkin Frank Lanter Joe Carrol Watt IGay Dock Flynn Ben Bartlett R T Gay W W Gay N P Gay D S Gay J 0 Evans Tom Hampton J C McClure and all other tobacco growers RETURNS TO GEORGIA Mr R Z Kidd who ihas been here for the past week visiting relatives returned to his home Saturday morn ing at Athens Ga Mr Kidd was atone time in business in this city and has many friends here Mr Kidd was accompanied by his family CLARK MAKES GOPSHOWINGT Total Amount of Cash Subscriptions Raised for Louisville Orphans Home Will Reach About 80 iA subscriptioirwas taKen in the county schools allover the state for benefit of the Louisville Childrens home between Nov 4hand Dec 25 The schools of this county made a nice showing the total amount of subscriptions being 7729 iii cash 1 quilt and 8 bushels of walnuts Educational division No2 lead with a to talof 2908- fFolloing is the list of the subscriptions taken in the various subdivisions and the names of their respective teachers Educational Division No Miss Lelia Haggard 211 Miss Nancy Lowry 100 Miss Maggie DI Mclntire 1250 4 Carrie McEwan 300 Rosa Couchman 200 7 Rosa Lee Jones 280 Nannie Halley 155 Total 2496 Educational Division No 2 1 Hannah Hodgkin V 500 2 Armina Newell 200 3 Sarah Clark 500 4 Maud Craig 200 5 Mrs Fannie Tanner 1000 Mrs E Hubbard 8 bu 1alnivls 7 Fannie Clark 120 8 Clenma Anderson 328 Total 290S Educational Division No 3 Miss Bernie Bruen 350 Miss Ada Stevenson 100 Miss Grace Low 400 7 Miss Emma Guy 205 8 J B Vanhook 200 Total 1255 Educational Division No4 2 Miss Mattie Waller 350 3 Miss Rebecca Henry 350 4 Miss Lula Woosley 1 quilt 5 Mrs Lemon Burton 120 7 Muss Hattie Christoplfcr 250 Total 1070 Usually the less a man knows the bigger the noise he makes and tin higher the salary he commands American politics consist of the rolling of logs the pulling of wire and the laying of pipes The man with plenty of push i usually successful but he isnt in it with the man who has a pull Rome was not built in a day but there were no hustling suburban real estate boomers in those days Lf YYw OLD MASTERS FOR AMERICA Secret Processes and Ingenious Frauds Make Pictures for Million aire Market PARIS Dec 29Secret processes and ingenious frauds are used by cer picturedenIerspurious old masters for the Amer lean millionaire market according to Henry W Pike an American picture expert The frauds which are almost im possible to detect involve not only the paintings themselves but the inven tion of interesting stories to accom pany the masterpieces to excite the imagination of the clients and the printing of Inc similes ofancient sale cataolgues with descriptions of the spurious pictures inserted I can well believe the assertion of the artist Win Chase said Mr Pike that there are 50000 spurious Corot in America The AulbyHamilton Paine scandal is only one of hundreds which might arise if other wealthy Americans engaged experts to inspect their private galleries So long as they demand masters the dealers will provide them Itrequires only six months to produce a painting which it is impos sible for any one except a deep stu dent of classic art to distinguish from one that is genuin- eNARROW ESCAPE FOR MOISSANT His Life Was Despaired Of by Spec tators as He Battled With Fifty Mile Gale NEW ORLEANS Dec 31Tire rnonllofweather bureau found Aviator John B Moissant 4000 feet above tine earth in the thick of the lowering clouds and for ten minutes lie battled against a 50mile wind His life was despairedof by spectators at tires IIwasgrandstand showed the wind to be 42 miles an hour while the scurrying clouds which at times obscured Mois sant showed that the velocity was much greater in the higher altitudes Makes 100 Miles an Hour Moissant flying with the wind made according to estimates not less than 100 miles an hour but when fac ing the gale his machine at times stood still He was gauged by the corner of the grand stand at one time and for a periodof three minutes the machine was stationary It was feared at this time that lloissant would not be abU to reach the aviation field at allas the black clouds in tine southwest showed plainly that higher winds were expected shortly After being in the air 21 minutes R 40 15 seconds Moissant took ad vantage ofa lull arid pointed the nose of his raachitlB downward The wind made a rapid descent impossi grnceifulthe interpid Moissant bodily from his machine congratulating him on the most wonderful got ever made in the history of aviation uItWClS pretty1iiiskup there re marked Moissanti1 I believe I could have ridden Ulatlhldto a albtitude but I dont know how I would have descended Anyway its the rodeAndofficials agreed that no airman had ever be fore dared such gale in a fragile 50 horsepower Bleriot monoplane FilE OBJECTION TO THAJHERS POERTY Govenor of Cana Zone Feels His Duty to Board Evcry Vessel and v Read Rhymed Yelcome- WASIIINGTON Dec 3lMein bees of the house appropriations thepdutyfor the construction of the Panama canal Thursday received copies of a circular letter from the Isthmus of Panama urging that something be done to make Maurice H Thatcher the governor of the Canal Zone stop accompanyingthe have also been sent to President and other high officials of tire TaftII eniment in Washington- It is not says the circular letter that we who are helping to dig the canal have any objection to real GpvTliatchersfrom every point of view despite inIcomingaddress of welcome to whoever happens to he the most distinguished vis itor on board lie did this in the case of the late President Montt of Chile and the poem was so warm in its eulogy of the Chileans as the most enlightened pco = dipIOIIltlticStates and all the other South Amer ican Republics were not abruptly suspended Something should be done at once by those in authority in Washington AUDITORIUM Two interesting as well as amusing pictures will be presented at the Auditorium Saturday Selig is offering a splendid Indian picture entitled Indian Raiders The Turn of tine Balance vitograph best production is full of comedy and beautiful en ery SELLS GRASS SEED Mr J Hood Smith Saturday morn ing sold to Mr Wm els of grass seed for gussThe price paid for tine grass seed was private but is said to be a good one The desire of some men to wobble filIIuer to kill time with MISSING BANKER it IS INDICTED Grand Jury of New York Takes an Hour to Investigate Affairs of Jos G Robin NEW YORK Dec 30It took the grand jury just an hour Thursday to indict Jos G Robin of the charge of larceny of 90000 from the Washington Savings bank of wlhich he was president The bank passed into the hands of the state banking depart ment Thursday there to keep com pany with the Bank of Northern New York ofwhOse executive committee Robin was chairman and with which his name has hitherto been more prominently connected The district attorney explained that out of the mass of evidence drawn from the records of both in stitutions he had chose nthe charge that he thought could be presented most simply to the jury Robin was immediately placed under arrest at the home of his sister Dr Louise Robinovitch but arraignment was postponeduntil Friday when he must give bail in the sum of 25000 or go to jail pending either trial or deter mination of his sanity Technically Robin is insane now The order of commitment signed by DrIon of three other physicians still stands although tine private sanitarium to which Robin was taken refused to re ceive him MISS BEAN DEFEATS PROFESSOR MUSTAINE FRANKFORT Ky Dec 3L ifiss Mary Anna Bean formerly physical director in the Lexington public schools was appointed Friday chairman of the department of physical culture of the Kentucky Educational association By accepting this posi tion Miss Bean becomes a member of the executive committee of the association which met here Friday She defeated Prof W W H Mustaine of Slate University of Kentucky The program for the next state meeting was practically arranged here Friday GOOD FRIEND OF LINCOLN Was A H Byington Who Died Thursday After a Long Life of Varied Experiences NEW YORK Dec 31A Homer Byington waw was an intimate friend of President Lincoln and at one time a part owner with the late Chas A Dana of the New York Sun died Thursday at the home of his soil StualtBington at 229 Franklin place Flushing L I During the Civil War when Mr Byington was a correspondent for the New York Tribune he scored a journalistic tri umph by conveying to President Lincoln and his newspaper the first ac count of the result of the battle of ItyourSubscriptionpaidup Come in before January 1st and give up a pleasant surprise by paying up for a year We need the moneys I t Jn t 3i7Zi i t f T4 0 i wasjUnitetlMr Byington was wren known in journalistic circles throughout the world He was one of the lending citizens in Connecticut where in Norwalk he published and edited for- years the Norwalk Gazette He was an advisor in the Republican of1termsMr Byington while engaged in newspaper work made the acquaint ance of Abraham Lincoln The ac quaintance ripened into friendship that lasted until the death of Mi Lin coln He was a delegate to the second national convention of the Re publican party It was at this con Mention that Mr Lincoln was nomin ated the first time Mr Byington aided materially in swinging the delegates of Connecticut to his cause He was bom in Her kiraer N Yon July 23 1826 Later he migrated to Norwalk Conn where he established a printing business Subsequently he purchased the Norwalk Gazette which the conducted for 30 years He suspended its publi appointedIKinley With Mr Dana with whom he was friendly Mr Byington bought the New York Sun Mr Byington finan ced the purchase with the stipulation that he should be the publisher and Mr Dana the editor Subsequently he sold his half interest to Mr Dana INDICTED BANkER- ATTEMPTS SUICIDE ThatlHeDeadly Drug NEW YORK Dec31rith his head erect shoulders taredand eyes leveled a the battery of cameras trained on him Joseph G Robin the indicted banker stepped from his sis ters home Friday moiuring to face arraignment calm in theknowledge that he had swallowed dose of l oscine the subtle and deadly alkaloid with which Dr Crippcn killed his wife Belle Elmore He collapsed before he could be taken into court with the ex clamation Im a dead man Ive taken poison tablets The case was postponed in the greatest excitement a stomach pump Vas hurriedly brought into play and the sick man was carried first to the prison hospital adjacent and later tc Bellevue where he lies in the prison ward No charge of attempted suicide is entered against him and it is thought he will recvoer although the action of is slow and mud will depend on his vitalityI Tire time at which Robin took the drug is approximately fixed by th testimony of Dr Austin Flint retain ed for Robin by Wm Travers Jerome his counsel Dr Louise Rdbinovitch his sister and the two detectives from the district attorneys office who rod with him from his sister house to thIcriminal court building Di told the court that as nearly as lit can judge from the symptoms the poi son had been in Rofohis system about threequarters of an hour when lit collapsed The two detectives were positive their prisoner swallowed nothing on the way to court Dr RobinoviUsb said her brother was in the habit o taking hyosciene in small doses to counteract the effects of morphine which he used to deaden the stabbing pains by which gall stones make themselves known She kept the drug in iher house and she thought her brother swallowed 12 tablets At Bellevue hospital exam ining surgeons estimated that Robin had taken about onetenth of a grain Robin seemed in good health Friday morning better than at any hiln since his troubles came upon him and he made no effort to screen fais face from the cameras as hitherto The first sign of illness was when he staggered in stepping from his automobile to the criminal court building In the elevator he weakened s rapidly that the detectives had to him to a couch There he sank nit unconsciousness and was not revived until the stomach pump had beer- worked vigorously Its prompt us undoubtedly saved his life A free lunch often proves to be the most expensive in the end Many a man who imagines heis a wrestler cdnt even throw dice A stag party is known by the number of horns made disappear Even tine devil is not as black a iris newspaper portraits y to J r rrsa S jr v rc- ffif t fIi tce1 WEATHER Sunday Rain or Snow IIVOLUME A we It SOLD FOR TWO y CENTS A POUND Martin Casey Who Was Won as a Prize by Young Lady Is Knocked IDown to Highest Bidder ST LOUIS Dec 31S1 Louis bachelors uncrated are worth less than 2 cents a pound The market was established at the Sf Vincent Do Paul church carnival when Martin Casey wealthy head of a broom man ufacturing concern was bid in for t5 after the young woman vho had won him as a prize refused to accept him The winner was Miss Dora Kqhlor of St Charles Casey weighs 257 pounds When Miss Keillors name was read out as the winner she advanced to the stage You have won the bachelor faiil Father Nugent Bachelor on forthCasey waddled from thcwings anal beamedon Miss Kohler She mst one glance at her prize and giggled Dp you want to take hint home with you Yasked Father Nugent Really replied Miss Kohler hes dontltJ1inkAt this the prize fat man burst into IUleIAs no one in the audience made a higher bid Father Nugent knocked down the bachelor figuratively speakingand handed to Miss Kohl er a 5 bill in lieu of 2157 pounds of Casey RETURN FROM CYNTHIANA Messrs V Bloomficld and NA Powell returned Friday from Cyntlii ana where they have been in the in terest of the Blue Grass Realty coin pasty MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS Of Granite Brick Company Is Held and Directors Are Selected for Ensuing Year The annual stockbholders of the Winchester Granite Brick company was iheld Dec 31 1010 The company sold 2112000 brick 512 cars of sand and 15 cars of lime during 1910 A 5 per cent dividend was declared aud paidon Dec 24 The following directors were elected for time year 1911 J Hood Smith J PConway T G Barrow V Bloomfieldj E S Jouett B A Tracy and J Harry Allan MARKETS CHICAGO Dec 30 Gelt says 10000 hogs against 24000 last year The market for the near future will depend largely on the hog moement We think a good deal of stuff bought on the decline yesterday will be for sale on any advance Cash trade light offOmahaReceipts of pogo 4000 catle 1500 sheep 3000 Knsas CityReceipts of hogs 4500 cattle 1000 sheep 1000 Hogs opened stead and mixed 7 45 n7 50 good r5f rough 7 407 53 light 7 457 75 cattle strong sheep steady CINCINNATI Dec 3QCuttle re ceipts 289 market active fair to connnanemarket tae higher butchers and ship pers 8 058 10 common 78 10 Sheep receipts 130 market steady ateUCENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH Pastornat school at 930 a m preaching at 11ymeetingeat p mEvSat10tf TOO LATE TO ClASSIFY t FOR RENT Sixteen acres of No 1 tobacco land1 mile on Ruckerville pike I r 1231tftJ rJ F I y h rc t iY rr rrw f r j i j 4 l I f 4 I Nr Y r 1 f r hi S 4 t 1 ezi l b l fx nfe i r IA ltIi 1tq 1 KI jw 1 f t I tFtJr s rt i l 1if L 4 L1 l =Pajjs1wiS ftF r u pt1THEzWIN un ESTER NEuS1ic J =ftfio i f p I t TIi SI 44tw 3 MJddentNwspper PbIiedIbyI CO rp d 1Oee 10011 Soutlf Main Streef Winchester Kentucky tDaily Except Sunday j r Entered as s Qond Class m tteri November 28 1908 at the postofficii inaWili hester Kentucky under the itct4frMarch3LS79 Both Phones 91 SUISGBIPTIONRATES IByMaIlilyjudne yeart SiXMonths 150 iOMh 2 t Payable in Advance t ADVERTISING RATES TOirtayiPer lnthiOif loUIIerany edition 25 Tkree finjesj within one week 50 Oit wek corifhraously 100 4oa calendar mo continously3o tfoturweeks 4iimes a we k 2iQ- F eikslnree time saweek 180 t Fctir wiJek inf Qthnesa week 120 itsoftetime aweek 75 lj ReMtng0Motlces Per tine Business notices hodyttyPe 7cPure reading nwsIheag 15c Three c ntinuousinsert ns of same 1ntdohb1 the onetime Ta tee TJct is4dPerWdrd- a OeihseiitiOnanedition Ic JHbeeiinssrtions feontihubusly 2c hth eat1llio1 ins rtions V2- Oneioalemdar ino continuously 10c W ngrcoiilit d less than 10 words N6 item charged on books for l less than25cents I Jh PAPER flfeFRESEMTED FOR FOR AOVERVISING BYiTHE I GENERAL OFFIC- 5tVYRXANDCHICACO DRJiNCHESLN ALLTHEiPjRlNCIiPAi CITIES f ROOSEVELT BRYAN WATTERSON GORMAN JMt JohuD Wakefieldis a political writer of rare ability His estimates p f jnep are usually correct At meeting of the Kentucky Press asso ciatidnheld atMiddlesboro last June y t hreacl a paper on Making mOn from which we give an extra ctE Fpr the most part statesmen Ipn rangCibecomepoliticians at close range Speaking for myself I never f Jinejbitt fpur ndtional figures became bigger broader and more re markable the better I became ac quainted with them These four are Theodore Roosevelt Henry Walter son YJBian andthelate Sen Arthur Pue Gorman of Maryland Once while wailing at the W1I 11House with a party of ICentuckifuis who were going to be introduced t the Presidcntby a senator I heanl- T5Ir Roosevelt when pressed by an entire congressional delegation of big state for a reason why he coi not v appoint the choice of thc41elegat Lou and the statc organization toa high federal oQicejeclare I will not ap j oinlyour inanV That settles it and af you must Uiave any reasons I shall give them toybu Jn the first pin lies dishonest in the second place istzySand in tlie tliirfl place he is a drunkard I refuse to make the ap pointment even at the insistence of such friends as yourselves or words to itluitcffctIRoosevclt became bigger man in my mind then than aver appeared before iTnlOOO as thecorl 5pOl1 ont of I the CourierJournal I accompanied MrJBnyanah his campaign tlirough 1Indiana and Ohio Although I had traveled with him before and sinLeel withvJoQseyelt Tuft and others I edShim ihcnizAt many points one cor n6t seeHhe ages of the crowds One day Mr Bryan beginning at 5 30 i In fm and finishing at 11 30 p made prtyodd peecjies Every one bli them was differeirlfrom every ot 1 er one jhJfdaitJon jie Dictated so p eral hundred letters and two maga 4 zm articles TJirougli it all he h t somctinntpioasant t6 say tp eve oiepu his train and ca1ledee17 ronIiI byliis fiist name who cdaae1 alJoardJ 1b1ffjtr t 5r J f t itJti tf f Win hestefrlumber and Manufacturing Co INCORPORATED Bryan was in his car and sonnet asleep before he applause of the thousands had died away Whatever else nay be said of Mr Bryan his ever changing flights of oratory must stamp him as being a man who becomes more remarkable at close ojOQFor shrewdness political acnmen for ability to organize to manipulate and to gain parliamentaay advantage I never saw a man who in my opin4 ion ranked itui the late Senator Ari thurPue Gorinan of Maryland Mr AYattersous inimitable style and hiil vocabulary have always causeM me to ciwondertins placed upon him is the correct estimate and the one he dservcsa On all accounts faid in full before p thbeumebl inSEVEN ARE RECORDED a In County Clerks Office During the Past Week Real Estate Business Continues Very Dull Oicounty clerks officeitGrant Witt and wife to Mrs Susan R Pickrcll lot on French avenue 90375 L Winchester Cemetery company to = E M Jones lot r40 JM Stevenson and wife to Cattle o80tiCr A Brandenburg lot in South Park 150 CYic Bloomfield and wife to Sarah Crane four lots in Bloomfield ad 1 and other considerations ar C Robinson and wife to J W Porter lot on Burns avenue 1500 heWehave the very best feed on the buyingChristmas See the line of pictures at the Winchester Paint Wall Paw torDo you want something tasty for per Company 121JtfS liteCOME TONCE photosoat greatly reduced prices for thcihbnlh of January only 1231aveod PROTECTiON OF PANANA CANAL theheNationarBoard of JefenseWillBe- ECarried Through- WASFuINGTON Dec 31The Panama canal is to be fortified with- a apheteries mid system of mines known to by military science Every detail of the plans of the national board of de fensewoiked out for the protection g of the canal will be carried through F It was learned Thursday on abso is- Ic authority that tibta plans for tire fortifications fully prepared are restoj ing now in the Office of the engineer cs bldmInthe canal zoueand fully inspeoted then situation The army engineers are er ready to proceed with the work as a soon as congress says the wor 1filOn the same authority it is learnedm thab there has been no protest of any kind made totJ government by any Of 1Crhas come irom our 0 peqi ie Th y ire titiigipill thc roubles t S5s rj SS ANTACLAUWILL NBENTHEroB again How are you fixed to receive him He likes to see things inship shape and if there is anything about house or outbuildings that needs at tention better come and get the lum ber and get busy We will help along by making delivery at once whether your order be little or much PARISIAN SAGE This Great Hair Grower Now Sold Oil OverAmerica What do you think of the liberalIproposition that the Giroux Buffalo N Y American makers of- arisian Sage arc putting up to thd readers of the Winchester News They know they the absolutely certain that they have the only real hair grower beautifier and dandruff germ destroyer on the market today and knoving this they have requested the Phillips Drug Co to state to ev cry reader of The News and to every person living in Winchester andvi nity that Phillips drug store guarantees Parisian Sage to remove every trace of dandruff to stop falling hair nd itching scalp or money back And everyone who reads this im ortant announcement should know at Parisian Sage makes hair grow ot only abundantly but gives it that strous appearance that all de re Women will find Parisian Sage theI ost refreshing and ideal hair dress g free from stickiness or grease arge box 50c at Phillips arid dcugI gists everywhereSI have used Parisian Sage forI some time and think it has no equals a hair beautifier and scalp cleaner No more dandruffo faded hair thanks to Parisian Sngers William Hogland Sault Ste Marie Mich June 2 1910 WE HAVEMOVED tailor shop from Lexington aye ite to Main street over Keys cloth g store and are prepared to do lenning pressing and repairing of alt kinds BILLS PRESSING PAR Oll303t Capital HofcOOC Undivided rofits200OOO a THE Winchester Bank O- FWINCHESTER KY N H WITHERSOONPresidet gW R SPHAR KCashier 1 SOLICITS YOUR ACCOUNTS Asthma Calarrb- Cured xpert Medical Scientists Announce Startling Results Obtained By Senpine New YorkThousands are taking advantage of the generous offer made The Woodworth Co 1161 Broad way New York City requesting an experimental package of Senpine thereat discovery for Asthma Hay ever Bronchitis and Catarrhwhich mailed free of charge to allwho write for it It is curing thousands the most stubborn cases It mak no difference how long you have en suffering or how severe the c1iII afia conditions are where you livelI enpne will cure you If ypu have experimented with oth treatments and have failed tofind curedoupt be discouraged but send r a trial of this wonderful truly eritQus remedy which is a scientific compound discovered by a Professor Vienna University and is being commended by thousands We Handle all kinds of coal nt reasonable Come to see us Heforefijiyihg Tloyse Pbune 124fI oc L5SS PASNGUF IHE OLD iEAR NevrYear Will Be Ushered fn onthe First Day ofrtthe iWeek and Hhe Month- Saturday is the last day in the year 1910 The passing out of the old year and the incoming new year will be wifrtched by panties all over the city and the bells in the city will ring put the oid arid in the new The new year will come this time pn the first day o r the yearptSefirst of the month ari the first 0 fthe vce- kcIARlcco1j11Y II MEOICAlSOCIETY Holds Annual Dinner at the Frater nitv Buildinn on Friday Evening S Officers Are EleQted The Clark County Medical Society held its annual dinner at tire Fraternity building on Friday evening The following officers were elected for Win ensuing year I II Browne presil lent ER Bush vice president Ernest Cole secretary and treasurer The occasion wtis very greatly en joyed by tire guests among whom Shir4IcyGrant Eo R Bush YA Bush J NJ Rankin Ernest Cole Waller Combs I H McKinley 1 IT Browne and Drs Goodwin Hedges audBaucom The next meeting will be held at the court house on Friday Jan 13 ati mullreliable RESOLUTIONS ARE ADUP1ED Bv Burley Tobacco Growers Some vorinnaCiiIUt of Tof Crop All Appoint Delegates LEXINGTON Ky Dec 31 Burley tobacco growers of Ce trt Kentucky m a number of cOU1 Friday adopted resolutions some c them favoring a cutout of the crop of 1911 gome advocating a pool the crop and a cutout of 1912 and all those wliich held meetings sclect iiig delegates to the meeting called here for Jan 5 Though called for Friday by those in charge fthe Lexington clnen lion some of thief counties will hold their meetings Saturday and some of them Will have mass conventions Monday A growing sentIment for a in 1911 has been reported from cThiethncrenough tb cButrol the Lexington con vciition of Jan 5 Gannet be told nit the reports from the other counties arc in arid these will tbe known until Tuesday morning FayettefortPoolin 1911 The tobacco growers of Fayette county held a meeting in the oojuiity court room at tine Fayctte court house Friday and elected delegates to fche big Burlcy tobacco convention called for Lexington on Jan 5 These delegates were instructed by resolution to vote for the pooling of the 1911 crop and thecut ting out of tIre 1912 crop Fleming for 191 Pool FLEMINGSBDRG Ky Dec About 100 tobacpo growers of lug county met at the jcouut resolur Friday afternoon andy passed tions and sclcbted dblegates tothe to baccomeetingtobehcldan Lexington Jnn 5 Both poolers and those who had not pooled heretofore ATOre pres cut the nonpoolers being in the majority and taking the initiative in the meeting The following resolution was Unani mously adopted Resolved Thatwe recommend that the crop of 1911 be pooled and crop of 1912 be cutpir find further that the remainder of the unsold 1910 crop be pooled proyjcdf11at it meets with ithe approval of the board which meets at Lexington Jan 5 VT recommend that the QId board of the Burley Tobacco society be retained with U G Saunders as the member of the executive committee and that the following be gelected as delegates to attend the meeting to be held in Lexington Jan 5 H L Jackson Louie Bower Grain Qfcas A Peters W WRcfgerS Joe Colgan Jas Doran T P McHugli and dif non fIt tJ AIiJY LB jpc To overcome the wellgrounded and reasonable objections of themoreiinfelligcritfto the use of secret medicinal compounds DrR V Piercerof Buffalo N Y some time ago decided to maka bold departure from the usual course pursued by the makbrs of putvup medicines for domestic use and so has pub dished broadcast and openly to the whole worlda full and complete list of all the ingredients entering ihtothe composition of his widely celebratedmedicines Thus Dr Pierce hasAtatten hMSfnaMeF uspatpans an paen into his full confidence fhtistooIiehas removed ills toted icines from among Secret nostrums of doubtful merits and f placed them in a class all Ay themselves by making them remedies OFKNOWN COMPOSITION By this bold step Dr Pierce has shown that his formulas are of such excellence that he is not afraid to subject them to the fullest scrutiny I Not only does the wrap er of every bottle of pr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery the famous medicine for weak stomach torpid liver or bilious ness and all catarrhal diseases wherever located have printed upon it in plain English a fulland complete listofall the ingredients composing it but a small hook has been compiled from numer ous standard medical works ofall the different schools of practice containing very numerous ex tracts from the writings of leading practitioners of medicine endorsing in the strongest possible terms each and every ingredient contained in Dr Pierces medicines One of these little books will be mailed free to any one sending address on postal cardor byletter to Dr R V Pierce Buffalo NYndrequesting the same up by improved and exact the Prescription is efficientremedy for regulating all the correcting displacements as prolapsus and retroyersipn overcoming aIInerves and a state s Sold by all Sealers APPEAL OF NIGHTRIDERS I FroTh of Cochran Is Heard by Court of at Cin cinnati Dec 30 raised in the prosecution of the tobacco trust in the state of Kentucky arc brought before the cir cuit cOurt of appeals for the first time in the which was taken by Rev John S Steers anti fathers from sen1enccs im leposedolltllcmJby Judge Cochran in federal court chnrgefW T O borne in theshi m ntoff- rom of tobacco he had consigned from Dry Ridge to the to bacco warehouses inCincinnruti the fall of 1907 On conviction Steers was finned 1000 and the costs arid the others 300 mid the Costs nintia new trial was refused them Those indicted with StOrs were Perry Simpson A C Weibb Jersey Blight Conrad Fred Conrad Lee Conrad John Callendar- it John Caldwell Kaac Newton Conrad and MarionBennttS Vaiions errors are alleged in the trial before Judge Cochran lIon andlIIarc counsel for the defendants District Attorney Jas N Sharp Geo- Dullell of Louisville and E P Gros vcnor are for the Go to Rpyse Boono nail get a load of the Red Star coal the liqst in town 125tf The principal vice of a great many is the uncalled for bestowal of advic- e1THREATENED WITH jAil SENTENCES for Some of the IndictedS Appear Before partment of Justice- WASHINGTON Dec 31Attor rieys for some of the individuals in dieted as members of MA socalled ffu bl tub trust for alleged violation of the antitrust act came to the department justice Friday in the interest of their clients who in the event of their conviction arid of thee courts of tine declared policy of Attorney General Wicker sham to stand for no anore fines are threatened with jail senteces The trio of lawyers was iheaded by Rush TaggAt of New York and in1 Wm L and Leo Butzell of Detroit After ani hours conference with W S Kenyoii Mr Wickershamrs assistant and spe cial tnisf buster to wliomtlie attdr nej general has dlegatedthew whole From this little bo k it will be that Dr Pierces medicines contain no alcohol narcotics mineral agents or other poisonous or injurious agents and that they are made from native medi cinal roots of great value also that some of the most valuable ingredients contained in Dr Pierces rFavorite Prescription for weak nervous over worked rundown nervous and debilitated women were long years ago by the Indians for similar ailments affecting their squaws In fact one of the most valuable medicinal plants entering into the composition of Dr Pierces Favorite Pre s iption was known to the Indians as Squaw Weed Our knowledge of the uses of not a few of our most valuable native medicinal plants was gained from the Indians As made processes Favorite most womanly functions anteverSion painful periods toning UD bringing about perfect health in medicines Judgment Judge Appears CINCINNATI Questions government here appeal Thursday theKentucky hogsheads government people Attorneys Individuals of acceptance chidedalso Carpenter learned employed SS 1 Save Time by Telephoning When a man feels the necessity of being in two places at theIsame time he goes to the nearest telephone and sends his By having the service of the EASTTENNESSEE1TELEPHONE COMPANY f rINCORPOftATEDofIt Is easy to travelall over Hie Statethid other States Iftyoti havent our service you should have Call ouif manager for full informationI RIJ ri H Coal the tic guatantisie q mm e BODiNi Phones v sSS Ill- Peoples State Bank j RAID UP CAPITAL 10000000 1 Surplus Fun 0 20l00mODjIn our short history of a few years we have pitilt lip a business of we are justly proud We are pleased with our business because of the vOlume to it has already attained and the prospects for its futiire 1which We are gratified because we have establishedareptita1- tion for far dealing with our customers and friehds AnduweaSare glad that our customers are in till parts of the city arid coiih ty and that we number our customers among the humblest a1 wellas the rich depositors We would like very much to have you enlisted as one of Our ustomers and Oordialiy invite you to make us a visit arid irives- tigate our for doing an uptodate bankfng business hr S JOHN M Cashier I L BROWN Pres L B V Pies InWoikWoilersforLargePiguresTheReduso figiiresaiid gives most needed Rodasb Corsets are comfortable easyfitting durable and unaided by steps or attachments of any will redfic2 the hips aid abdomen fivb es SPdccjOOlfypi4f0 10100 Sold sxt all EverY her6WEINGARIDltRt rdkCri 34thSt at Broadway llewYo 111 matter with power to act tim lawyers went away They refuse to say a wcrrd as to tine onfcrencefibutthe department that ithey had been givenno reason to believe that the attorney general would consent to tire acceptance of tinephcaoZguiltt and the imposition of fines rather than impris nme IJW iJWJ1V tt li The quick btlriiing big blOck long flarne d- Ash Hestdoiiitfs fuelwe every loadI Winchester Both which facilities HODGKIN COCKRELL support vheire kind otnbto Stores They were given to unildOrtuidit was sail that jail sentences will Jje insisted upon and were informed that their Hients will be expectediilfIie I United States circuitCOurt htDetr itbon IanAto iyebiiL ift lhe jjum of 4000 eachTle attorneys for the inflicted men indicated llicy would riot make it necessary for tile goyerrimdht to start 50 removal suits to get the 50 defendans togethtOn that diay I l jt f tn a t J ji i i h aa 1 ESTER IEY11SC0 ir 1rt y REiMMBER itha time 2Ob01honbgraph and 250Q Watch will be given away New Years HAVE playletAnFrii da j TI rf v VV ElJEWELER OPTICIAN Jrc tc y rVO 5It G C lET Y Six tflock Dinner Miss Patsy Lipseomb entertained a few friends with an elaborate six- oclockdiither on Tuesday evening The nett home was beautifully decorated 5n palms and Other potted plants In thc center of the dining t was a perfect representation of a great1 mound of sparkling snow and a miniature Santa Claus preparing to enter a tiny inviting chimney Massive oldfashioned sticks aiidasnialtlChnslmas trees Atfere used about the hible and great bunches of holly and nistletoe caught to the chandeliersiThe dainty arid palatable menu was served in five courses I Candy Pulling Acnhdy pulling witsgiven by the members of the Central Baptist Sun dayrschbblnr the Opera House block onThursda ye veiling In spite the inclemency of the iccatliei about 100 guests verc pres entand the occasion vas oric of the merriest of the happy Christmas season Charming Party Miss Corinne Singleton charmingly entertained a few friends1 on Wed fiesday night in honor of her attract jive guest Miss flattie 0ruie of Jas perTh V home was beautifully decorated in holly mistletoe and ferns and the affair was very much enjoyed by jtho guests among whom were Misses Cariue lle McPherson Allie Hen slcy Pauline Lisle Nancy Lyman Genevieve ComAay Nola Jones Patsy Lipscomb Messrs Joe and Emery aCkI1sonSingleton A delicious menu consisting of five courses was served Complimentary DinnerDance entertaineleagant in honor of Miss Helen Nelson whoot is at home from Washington D The decorations used were very artistic a feature being the perfect miniature Santa Claus and his reindeer drawing a beautiful little sleigh 1 fIledwith dainty souvenirs for the guestsMistletoe mid holly were used with artistic taste as further decorations for the Handsome table A delicious ineat course was served in a charm ing manner BrandenburgKelly Mr Vrn Brandenbure and Miss 1 I Mary Lou Kelley were married in this city Wednesday Dec 28 Both residents of the county Gravitt Lyle Mi Edward M Gravitt and Miss Nora Lee Lyle were married Satur lay Dec24at the residence of L C Lyle on Hardwicks creek Powell county Elder Ml P Lowry of this city officiating Miss Bahics Entertains Miss Nettie LouBanks charmingly entertained a few of her Mends Monday evening Dec 26at her beautiful oflherMr Jason Kedmon of Paris and Miss Nettie Wasson and Mr Clarence Wasson of Millersbnrg The decora tions were of redwhite mid green The reception hall and parlor were decorated in mistletoe and holly and the dining room in holly ferns red and white carnations threecourse supper was served Time table was a ibower of beauty All present spent a very delightful evening Miss Banks proved herself an ideal hostess BushBrookshire J A Bush and Miss Frankie Brookshire were married Wednesday Dec 28 at the home of the bride father John N Brookshire Rev II C Wright officiating The groom inbarber of this city and the bride is teacher in the rural schools Both have many friends whcin we join in best wishes Marriedin Mr Ho u4wTnrnM of Mt Ster ling and of Kidd yillc Avere miuTieu 7 esday morning at the residcncetjf Prof W C tierro in this itDr Morro officiating The groom is a young business man in his home city and the bride is a popu lar young Woman of Tftddville They left for Cinc5nnati from where they willgo out West for a honeymoon- trip Tihey will make their home in Mt Sterling Mr Turner is the only son of Squire Turner editor arid pith- fisher of theSer tinelDemocrat of Mt Sterling and he has been connected with his fathers tpaper for some time Lexington Herald James Todd entertained a few frieiids informally on Friday evening Qldfhishioned games were played alid delicious refreshments consisting of ice cream cakes and dainty confections were served ai I uA R Meetumti4 Hart Chapter D A R held a very I n 1HEREST The NEW YEAR ISSS fJf MissNettieJTadden lnformalParty- 1faster JIWITHi We have just closed theyearwith the largest business in our history for which l rt lwe are truly grateful to our niany friends and customers who have avoredus with theirwaiTied patronage i It shall be our aim to maintain the Quaility of our Goods to always carry thejmost complete line of Fancy Gr6c eries4n the city to treat everybody courteously and rrgive prompt service to all parts of fw the city Make a New Years resolution and j Open an Account WithUs r MacN ei II QC Weathers r l BOth Phones 40 a f ar i t F i i Sp t Cath alet1nSo dt4t A r t I iClluli OnlBB OSS I I i J J 20 Suits value 2500 each reduced to 12 Q8 J All OtherSUlts icwt Cost Tva suit sent on approval No suit laid aside without dneshalf being jiaidon It t Le Clifton 3R ssE f11 t Jf1 1 lt tdoiri ui iet J I tti pleasant meeting with Mrs W A Beatty on Friday afternoon Only routine business was transacted Miss Florence Gilkerson is visiting friends in Paris Mr and Mrs C M Boone are with relatives at Carlisle Albert Bernard Cox of Philadelphia is the guest of his sister Mrs Hart Robinson Mr and Mrs W B CRood of Owsley county are visiting Dr Cay wood of this Misses raryLisle Duty and Laura Bruce Duty attended the dance rut Mt Sterling this week Miss Narcisso Rawlirigs Spent the holidays with friends in Fleming countyErnest Lisle and family have moved to Union City Madison county to live Hon Caleb Powers was in the city several hours Tuesday the guest of II G Garrett He was on his way to Washington from Barbourville where he goes to help Judge Morrow in the attempt to capture the district attor neyship Miss Eunice Earp is visiting rela tives at Huntington W Va During Christmas week Reese Hor ton and Miss Myiitle Conkwright both of this county were married at Mt Sterling License was also issued for 0rlthisMrs Wm Mouirfz of Cincinnati is vibiling Miss Ruth Beall Mr Henry Reed of Mt ili paid this office a pleasant cailWed1 nesday Mr and Mrs Waixl Biish ijayc kIen rooms with Mrs Chits Nelson on Lexington avenue A B Smoot spent the ilmlidhys with his parents Flenlingdburgj A pretty little daughter wasbbru Tuesday Doc27fo TJr nd itrs Grover C GHbertrMr mid Mrs W A White ofDrift- wood Alfalfa county Okla iire be- ingcongrhtulutea liithcfbffi Mffincj daughter on Dec 23 Mrs Whffe was formerly Miss Ida B Hays of this county Mr Frank Singleton is visiting rela Lives in Woodford Miss Corinne counlyITime Merry al the Lexington opera house Mr W F Lawrence and il1Mi May Burgher were married iuthiscit on Dec 29 by Elder Jas WIIardinb Miss Einina Mae Guy etttertained ti lumber of friends very charmirigly at her home in the county on THurs day evening Miss Ethel Brookshire entertained informally at liter home on Jacksou street Wednesday evenirg On all accounts paid in before 1030 Saturday night free tickets Will be nivehJlfdr every dollar paid C H SOW N 302t Jeweler and Optician OUR RAINFALL Mr Marquis Bean of this city keeps an accurate record of the rainfall His table for the past six months shows as follows Inches July 2279 AugustS533September 725 249JNovemberDecember X 284 Total 4211 yearSThere was a much larger amouht of rain than the average and the fall during the month of July was phe nominal marketsold by Rbyse Bpone Red Star coalIS the best on tlie- j125tf to Belief is something thatis supposed to be title ibecauselt Is incapable of proof Ii onflicdcrilgesti shugfor men he baits hislibokAA fh a pretfj Avoman I itizens 1ational v Bank Paid UP Ghtffal JfWtiOC SurpIus751rOOO WE SOLICIT YOUR y BUSINESS t ttlILIilu Wi L will giveyaii courteous treatment and attendd promptlyj and carefallptor all busings entrusted to tis 1fXO tIf ftl Jipso lrcs A H Hampton Mhl r T 1 ip iiilpS V4 P srJ WS Pointer Asst fcasHer i L EDITORS TLK l ON tlVE TOPICS Closegg Interesting Two DaysvSession at Louisville LOUISVILLE Dec 30The an nual irtidwdnter meeting of the Ken tricky Press association cloSetUThnrs day afternoon after a session lasting THE iB tUEMOUSE- Caught in Germany Tie Blue Mouse a mischievous harmless creature has been imported to this country by Clyde Fitch who in the importing process has constructed what is said to be the most laugh able farce comedy ever produced The Blue Mouse which comes fo the Winchester opera house on Jan 4 is an adaptation from the Ger man In its native land it ran for over a year and is still tickling the risibilities of the eiriperors own France is aflutter over time donvuls ing novelty The Swedes are slinking their flaxen locks over the donnas of v two days in which live topics of in terest to every citizen of time state were discussed Byu unanimous vote of the association the editors in attendance at the meeting dccid e immediately to begin to give effect to the suggestions received from tl speakers v The questinotta revision handled by Arthur Y Ford treasurer of tie Columbia Trust Company who has spent several years of practical study of the system in vogue iii Ken tucky TKeearica ion5rcondJlioris pfeVail ing in Kentucky at the present time SCENE FROM THE BLUE MOUSE the Mouse 6 Even Denmark is be ing amused It remained for Clyde Fitch to capture then acclimate the rodent throw it a bit of cheese and ask New York to nibble ASth it Time first nibbling took place at the Lyric theater where thousands nibbled forI over a year A scream went up extended from ocean to ocean Mice do multiply So Mr E J Cir periter captrired charming little Ger trude Hitz told her to get as many fine clothes as shcco comfortably weimduring tie period of three acts and sa dTug youre The Blue Mouse lint ciQtllclfiat make the part of The Blue Mouse for Clyde Hit h in creating the character 4 4 i Avere discussed by Judge Henry S Barker who retires its chief justice of the court of appeals Saturday to assume the presidency of the State University at Lexington Judge Barkers speech Was a feature of the convention Mrs Jbhn B Castleinan Mrs JaS A Leech president of the Kentucky Federation of Womens clubs kind Mrs Clias P Weaver also spoke oi educational topics Other speeches made during the day were by Samuel J Roberts editor of Hie Lexington Leader who discussed HA New Form of Cash Book John J Berry of time Paducah Newson What Is News and R D Kelley of IIa wes ille on The One man Office Mr Roberts has devised a new form of looseleaf cash book a book which includes a detachable leaf for every day in the raonthjuul which carries space and designationfor every pent of time daily receipts and expenditures in the office In the book he has in eluded five divisions f r the five classes of receipts but llilS gum er of course may be varied with the needs of different offices The total reccipts for each day aTe enTered pnd the receipts of thepreccding day carried forward The book is especially designed tb obviate ledger postaing and in addition bears so mach information that the exact status of the business may be deftemnncd by the simplest of processees A motion was offered by Ri W Brown that a telegram of sympathy andgood cheer be sent to A D Mil ler of Richmond president of the association who has been detainc dat home through illness It was unanimously deckled to send the telegram At 1230oclock luncheon was served in the rathskeller an especially well selected and delicious menu liavir been arranged The delegates to both time Ipf PrfcKi iiSSocia ion and Good Roads conventions took luncheon together The meeting came to a c jsc late Thursday afternoon foljqwing a roundtable discussion on Business ConrIcy of time Louise News This discussion was participated in by a dozen or more of the editors who iv ere able to remain over in Louisville until later in the evenictflr until Friday mOl1ling Just before the adjdrirnmeut Ryland 2 C Mustek of time Jackson Times is a5gpialmonItoBrcatiiitt county capital Time hiAita lion was filed and will he submitted to the executive committee at its next meeting as time selection of dnext meet place rests with this committee On all accounts naid in full before 1SII1030 Saturday nioht free tickets will be given for every dollar paid C H BOWEN 302t Jeweler and Optician See Royse Boone before buying youY feed We handle the best in town 125tf J but i of Paulette Divicc heiress whoIbears the rodents name has given the stare a wholly new type However in time play Miss hits is not called upon to dunce so that her clothes are quite appropriate although an insight whenfand personal effects which takes place during the second act she of fers for sale to an old gentleman few yards of beads u liichtmvas my dancing costume The prospective purchaser inquires as he surprising ly scans the costume How could you stand its Why replies the Blue Mouse in Qccnt1rlt4e stage was steam leafedI r t 15w iJ 1ir xa n r zltvj f V V iJ tt j Pane Four h THE WINCHESTER NEWS CO 4 1 t r I I i home at l ing Sam his tin t i OPERA HOUSEONE NIGHT I ONLY WED i t 11 By CLYDE FITCH Direction E J Chandler the a Scene from the Blue Mouse Phil Scardale the Blue Mouses fiance drops in from Frisco and gets a few affectionate greetings in in 14 6 at AT to of New Dr jD J most has such rem able success that he has to send a free to ail who out the coupon below and mail it today The doctor from one to three dollars for a common from five to I offer to write a able Ult to your case and offer to do it FREE I will also send you free of cost my book How to Get Well for your Do not wait as you may not see this offer again but fill the coupon and send today it will cost you for fill out coupon and you WI receive and book by return mail all paid DrD J Box 2094 SAndmn nt ohce nil paid your free for my entirelyfreeMY NAME IS MY IS Age afflicted If your is not on the list write the name here Mr James and Miss were married at the of Mr and Mrs Ben H 230 oclock Mr is a son of Mr Bud bride rs a of Mr Mar of Estill t F l xu JAN J5HJI Irresistably SWEEPING Country With Its StrongAppeal to those Who Laughter j 2 Years Berlin 2 Years Months at Lyric City Months Garrick Theatre Chicago Prices 25c 50c 75c 1150SECURE TICKETS STRODES DRUG PRESCRIPTION Sent AH Who Ask Prescription Wonderful Medical Discovery SENT FREE Walshs wonderful discovery attained prescription ordinary writing prescription specialist twentyfive prescription guidance Remember nothing wonderfulnew prescription discoveryjust prescription charges Coupon for Free AND FREE BOOK WALSH BOSTON MASS charges treatnifnt ADDRESS Howlong opposite My 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 Diarrhoea tiUCKERVILLE Fitzpatrick Emma Tipton Rainey evening ofkfrieniisPatrick Patrickof Bourbon county daughter Tipton coimtyrWpex 4THF Enjoy Paris Theatre New York STORE FRE decided charge Treatment Wednesday Principal Trouble Kidney Trouble Bladder Tibublo Heart Disease Impure Blood Fcrrale Tionblo Torpid Liver Partial Paralysis Nervousness Malaria Brights Disease tend hearty congratulations Mr and Mrs James Fitzpatrick visited the formers parents in Buor bon county and other relatives from Thursday until Monday Mr and Mrs Wm Henderson baby and Mr and Mrs Clay ridge weer guests of Ttfr and B T Fox Sunday Dogs got among sheep belonging to BenIL Rainey and coused con siderable damagea two sheep 0Hi f MISS GERTRUDE HITZ BLUE MOUSE watt crippling seven others Rev Mr Adams preached his farewell sermon at the chrrch here Sun Jay Born Dec 20 to Mr and Mrs John Jones a fine daughter NEW CANAL BILLS offillin interoceanictheo Illinois chairman of the house committee on interstate and foreign com coerce expect to introduce general nilthisasb 0 Jthe needs of legislation for the waterway in the light of the White House confevcnce Wednesday night This conference developed substan tial harmony of opinion favoring for tification of the canal Presidential discretion as to the exact amount tolls under prescribed maximum and minimum limitations government op eration of the dry dockand repai- shop facilities and government sale ofall coal oil and other ship supplies at both ends of the canal to the trad of the world passing through it au the safeguarding of competition The differences of views as to whether foreign shipping and coast- wise shipping should receive equt treatment in canal charges could no be reconciled and the problem still i unsolved On all accounts paid in full before 1030 Saturday night free tickets will be given for every dollar paid C H BOWEN Opticianand duringtIrsPaper Company 12KMf Many a college owes its fame to its football team V t rt COEORFDCOLUMNW Next Friday Jan 0 will be the Olin hundredth anniversary of the birth of Chas Sumner the great abolitionistIsaac athawny the young negro sculptor frolic Lexington Ky who has a studio in Washington is en gaged in making a bust of Joe Gans the colored negro pugilist Former Governor R B Glenn of North Carolina and Judge J C Prit chard are touring that state making addresses in the interest of the No gro National Training school at Durham The colored people of Louisville recently raised 5000 thus securing 10000 from the whites for the Y M C A work of that city The national home for superan nuated negro Baptist preachers has been located in Mississippi The negro women of Alabama have a reformatory for boys Chataiwa is the name of the a 5000 sleeping car that was the property ofa negro theatrical com pany which was destroyed by fire in Florida coSramnanJohnand Misses Nannie and Essie Berry man of Detroit iMch are visiting their parents Mr and Mrs Daniel Berryman Where they went during the holidays Mrs Julia R Benton Cincinnati Miss Florence Allison Nash yule Frank Martin Lexington Miss Julia Allen Spring Station Miss Es tella Johnson Dayton Prof and Mrs J Hr Garvin Henderson Wm Booker Lexington Miss Anna Johnson Dover Miss Clara Mae Bright Lex ington Prof and Mrs E S Taylor Paris Mrs Perry Hood Hopkins ville George Blye Mt Sterling Rev T Timberlake Georgetown Miss Tcttie Ilogcrs Lexington Mrs G H yKateNorth Maple street Thursday and her brother Webb Goode died at In cnBncknervilleEvans and mother visited Mrs Ever tine Bybe and Mrs Sallie Britton riming the holidays Mrs Bnlah Jackson of New York and Mrs Chins A Fatman and mother of Lexington Mere the guests of Mrs Jennie Harris in and daughter Wednesday Chas and Miss Eliza Boone were named Thursday night Rev John Henderson officiating Mr and Mrs Jordan Hawkins eel ebrated the thirtyeighth anniversary of their marriage last Sunday The following young ladies are at home from tthc State Normal school at Frankfort Leala Bean Willie Graham Helen Schooler Fannie Jackson Mary L Turner and Lou Eirma Curry We regret our inability to attend the delightful stag given by Thos = RCowan to his friendsb m Wednesday tnlhy The Miss ponmcndable the pool nightI qualities the young lady possess as does her distinguished father Judge- J M Benton The paper as read by Mrs WT Ranks at Allans Chapel last Sunday night onWjlw C M E Church and Her Great Commission was ordered printed by a unanimous vote 1George Grubbs and Miss Laura Murry were married by Rev Dr J S Wobb Wednesday night Dr Summers the Little Dentist has been confined to his bed for sev eral clays with the chickenpox W M Buckner of Stanford was the guest of T R Cowen this week Mrs Sallie Turner has as her quests her mother Mrs Charity Sweeney of Lexington Mrs Nannie Yates of Richmond and Miss Turner of Ghileslnirg Union watchmeeting the Chris tian church tonight = fMfrs Clara Richardson of Beckner visiting friends and relatives in Lexington this week Cityr ders SElijah Rogers is quite sick entertabeddIf you want the news read The News IillionIashingtonsMr and Mrs Perry Richardson of Becknerville entertained Tuesday Mr and Mrs W H Allen Mr and Mrs John Brunei and Mr and Mrs W W Banks were the invited citydirs to publicly t tank her many white friends for especiallyIIKerrs Perfection flour E L Hammet colored his the contract for the htiekand stone work on theMiahdsbme government iii I NEW YEARS GREETINGS I jju IeThesed of prominent white and col men throughout the country met a tike White House a tWashing tqn last week and formed themselves into one board which mill have con trol ofover 3000000 to be used for negro education The Negro National Baseball leagu- held a meeting in Chicago this week gireihrWednesday evening Dec 28 those present were Mr and Mrs C P Morgan Dr and Mrs J IIHolmesti Dr J H Tyler Rev and Mrs H A Stewart Rev and Mrs J S Webb Rev and Mrs T Timbirlnke and daughter Pauline Rev and Mrs Jod sfeph Small William Taylor and wife WIH Allan and wife Mrs T S Prof E S Taylor and wife D R Taylor A delightful hour was spent in exchange of happy greet ings and best washes that those pros might live long and prosper Thos Dalton of Richmond and Mrs Alice Rice of this city were married Thursday night by Rev A B Mont gomery Miss Amanda Lindsey of Paris was the city Monday visiting friendsd Mrs Katie Johnson entertained Thursday night- WINCHES DER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why Dot use home flourth best made Kerr Perfection and White Pearl flour has no eauaL See Royse Boone before buying your feed We handle the best in town 125tf Z13B Prestdra S VlceresIJent CURnsI 0 Clark Comity National Bank EtttnblUhed 1865 Accounts of Merchants Farmers and Traders SollclleJ ejection Made on Points Capital and Surplu- s350s00000 Ao POSTER Let me post you on the fact that fires in Winter are of a more frequent occurence than any other seasonI suggest an examination of all insurance policies to see if they amount to enough to fully indemnify you in case of a serious fireNOW is the time to insurein STROJHERS INSURANCE AGENCY Fraternity Bldg PhptfeliSS I J HE continued steady growth of our business Ihas been made possible by the loyalty and support of our numerous lustomers For each part as you may have contrib ited to our progress we desire at this time to thank you We assure you that we shall continue to carry the best goods in our line and offer you such prices and service as shall enable us to merit a continuance of your valuable patronage Grubbs Benton Corner Main and Broadway CHRISTMAS AMONG THE INDIANS Christmas among the Indians is the great day of the year and is usually provided for many moons in advance The Christmas tree brought to heir notice by the palefaces caught their fancy and today the Christmas tree forms the center of nearly all the Indian Christmas celebrations andeconviviality takes an impoufant part andamong thjl Pima Indians Christ mas and most of our other lioiiiuiy bareDays One blind Indian explained Christmas as all same Fourth July wihite man get heap drunk Most Indians are said to care little for Thanksgiving Washingtons birth the New Year or any other day than Christmas The Flathead Indians have a peculiar tradition regarding a great and rood man who came among their fore fathers and perforniQjl miracles of all kinds and on leaving them said he would return in the form of a large white cayote They say he has ap pea red at different times but has not been seen now for more than 150 years The Ankara Gros Ventre and Man Indians have a tradition of a great and good man who cnce lived among them There is nothing in their traditions relating tp tft birth or death of Christ but they talc great interest in the celebration of Christmas American Redman Big reduction on all framed am1I unframed pictures during this month Winchester Paint Wall Paper Company 1210tf We have the very best feed m the market Come to see us before buy 125tiaNEW JUNK SHOP Wainscott court near North Main street Will buy Furs Hides Scrap iron and all kinds of metal Will pay good prices CHAS ZIGMAN 224lmsat DRINK 4- More Than Wet APOLOGY TO THE PUBLIC The Winchester Lumber and Manufacturing company wish to apologize to their friends and customers for not having enough calendars this year to- go around which is not any fault of OUTS as the calendar people got mix ed up on our contract and we did not know it in time to remedy same with a firstclass calendar as the Publi- know we always send out hut the best that money can buy and did not want to send out something that was not in keeping with out business Many thanks to our friends and the public in general for their liberal patronage We start out with the New Year trying to surpass all previous years in our way of doing business high grade lumber at the lowest price possible wishing you a prosper6itsra1fdHappy New Year we are- Respectfullv WINCHESTER LUMBER MANUFACTURING CO REDUCED IAll photos at Earps studio reduced for the month of January only Come today 12313weod d Always speak to your barber when you meet him on the street its about the only chance you have to get in a wordh dy y CLASSIFIED COlUMN 4 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Ic a word for a singte mserilea 2c a word for three consacutlw In sertions Y2c a word for each iddltlMil In sertloJ jQc a word per month pwinsertionNothing inserted for less than ten cents Nothing charged on books for less than 25 centsly FOR 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meet any price quoted by any agency Call or write for my new catalogue WALLER BEAN Phillips Old Stand SHORTHAND gStandard Phonography the shon ji legible shorthand Taught by a 4course of individual lessons the best method of teaching known J C Lary 234 S Highland street Name phone 737 THE AUDITORIUMr t Picture Theatre Continuous performance daily from 330 to 430 and from 7 to 10 p m Music by Miss Feld illustrated songs by Mr Fred Dakin New pictures and new songs every day ADMISSION 5 Cents rte I 1e 4 See Royse Boone before buying Your feed We handle the best ia town W 125tf Jl J r f