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11I will be PROFUSELY ILLUSTRATED with Pictures
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attention by every member of the 1700 families to whom it is a
regular visitor
I CHILDRENS STORIES and CHRISTMAS POEMS will It is sure to have a considerable extra circulation It will be im
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POISON IN LETTER
G PERFORMS MISSION
Death of San Francisco Sales
man Looks Suspicious
San Francisco Dec Poison con
veyed in a letter mailed in this city
Is believed to have caused the death
Ox Henry Boas a salesman for an
electric company who was discover
ed in a dying condition in his apart
ments and who expired a few mo
t month later without regaining con
sciousness
A communication purporting to be
N from a physician but which displayed
ignorance of the primary principles
of medicine was sent to Boas by spe
e cial delivery and the evidence in pos
session of the police indicates that
the letter penned by a woman con
tamed two powders which there
cipient was urgently advised to take
i as a f remedy for indigestion but
which were in fact of a poisonous
character
Jurymen Hard to Secure
ToledO 0 Dec > After three
days effort a jury is still lacking in
the case of Harvey Hazel the 17
yearold boy under indictment for
murder in the first degree for the
y killing of his mother Out of 79 men
examined nearly half are opposed to
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pin a statement received says that
Hazel was a victim of adolescent in
sanity at the time of the murder and I
i i was irresp ti nsibleI
VORYS VISITS TAFT
TAfTI
Former Chief of Staff Says Brothers
Senatorial Prospects Are Bright
Hot Springs Va Dec v A th61t
ough canvass of the Ohio tfDliticai jilt
uation was made by Presidentelect
Taft and Arthur I Vorys who stop
stop
from Washington
Mr Taft is taking no part in the
senatorial situation He was told by
his former chief of staff that Charles
P Tafts control of the situation was
ftt this time most satisfactory Mr
Vorys will take an active part in
the senatorial campaign in behalf of
the Cincinnati capitalist
Harmon and Hughes to Speak
Columbus 0 Dec At a meet
1 otthe
the Ohio State Bar association it was
decided to bold the thirtieth annual
meetiris at PutinBay the second
W Hx t in June and to have Governor
Hughes of New York and Governor
1rnorB
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TESTS ARE INTERESTING
Mining Congress Dedicates Govern
ment Laboratory at Pittsburg
Pittsburg Dec tCoal operators
mine owners engineers practical
miners scientists and national and
state officials all here for the meet
ing of the American mining congress
participated in the ormal dedication
oi the federal govfcrnments labora
tory and testing station recently es
tablished in this city A series of
tests in an artificial mine in which
conditions of real mines are repro
duced so far as possible showing the
results from various explosives and
from socalled safety agencies was
the most interesting feature of the
ceremony Secretary of Interior
James R Garfield officiated There
were also addresses by John Mitch
ell former head of the miners or
ganization and by operators and
others all commending the purposes
and achievements of the testing sta
tions
Farmer Mistreats Orphan Boy
Chillicothe 0 Dec IClarence
Deartha prominent farmer was
fined 120 by Mayor Yaple for whip
ping Richard Jones an orphan boy
until the lad became temporarily in
sane from the nervous shock of the
punishment The boy developed
symptoms of hydrophobia and an in
vestigation by Sheriff Morrison led to
Dearths arrest and fine The boy
later recovered
Railroads Favor Spring Buyers
New York Dec The Central
Passenger association has granted
grantedi
I special merchants rates of a fare andI
a half to New York from points in
the territory controlled by that asso
ciation for the spring buying season
of 1909
THE MEAT OF IT I
Mrs Martha Dudley the Topeka
Kan woman hit by an automobile
in New York died of her irijiirteij
James F Goodlqve the tTDfcer San
dusky 0 hotel keeper who killed
an employe of a rival hostelry was
convicted of manslaughter
Unless other employment is fur
nished the 1160 prisoners in the Ohio
penitentiary will be idle when pres
ent contracts expire
It is announced that an amicable
settlement is expected in the contro
versy between the engineers and
management of the Pennsylvania rail
road
A P Gilbert assistant general
freight agentof thG Chesapeake
Ohio railway was acquitted of a re
wajury
jury
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A tablet to the menory of Andre
Marie Ampere the French scientist
was unveiled at Newark N J
Do Your Christmas Shopping Ear
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DECEMBER DOCKET
OF CIRCUIT COURT
Friday November 27 was the last
day for bringing suit in Circuit Court
for the regular term that begins
Monday December 7 The following
is the docket that will be disposed
ofat the regular term
V S Owens vs Harry Crawford
Samuel Hisle vs Kate Hisle
T L Price vs G M Jackson
Yancev Merrit vs Louisville Paint
and Lumber Company
Sam Darch vs McCullom PiggI
Susan Austin vs Mildred Talor
Winchester Bank vs Dock Pigg
Winchester Bank vs G D McCul
lomWinchester
Winchester Bank vs J W Oliver
R H Cooper vs J B Conkwright
John McCord vs McCord Ad
ams Lena C Moore vs J W Moore
Henry Garner vs Irene Garner
Clark County National Bank vs
E Renaker
RenakerWinchester
Winchester Bank vs Dock Pigg
S F Powers vs Henry Merrit
M D Robertson vs Henry Merrit
D T Matlack executor of S P
Keer vs J E RutledgeI
N A Powell vs Clyde Gaines 1
Winchester Bank vs J W Oliver c
City of Winchester vs D H and
V W Bush executors of V W Bush
deceasedWest
West Publishing Company vs Win
chester Law Library
of Winchester B R J
City vs Jou 1
ett and S W Willis executors of S
W Willis deceased
IW JR P Scobee Son vs J W 01
IY Robertson 1tj Brflsi v s T D Berry
man F H Loheiiffiyer vs William Huls
G W Strother vs Carrie N Bar
nesRupard Steward vs E S Bean
S E Drake Company vs W H 1
and J W Dean
T E Barnes vs Chesapeake
Ohio Railway Company
Lee Hardman vs Bud Perkins
Progressive Pants Company vs
F W Friedman
U S Trust Company of Louisville
vs E S Bean
W P Strader vs WOo H Allan
F S Christopher vs Charles Ft > rk
ner
OvoEre
Bedford Tuttle vsv E S Bean
Clark County Construction Com
pany vs J Hood Smith
I Price W Irvine Vs Louisville
Nashville Railway Company
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BRIDGE WHIST UNDER BAN
Postoffice Department Rules Bids to
Card Parties Are Not
Mailable
CHICAGO Dec 4Bridge parties
when prizes are offered are lotteries
according to a ruling of the United
States Postoffice Department as
given in a dispatch from Hartford
Comi which ays
According to a decision received
yesterday from the Postoffice De
partment at Washington it is illegal
to send invitations to bridge parties
or to any card party where prizes
are given through the mail
A conscientious Hartford man has
been reading in the papers about
card parties at which prizes were
awarded and where money has been
won and lost at bridge
He wrote to the Postmaster Gener
al and received a reply fromE P
Goodwin Assistant Attorney Gener
al saying card parties are regarded
as lotteries when prizes are given
and in that event matter relating to
State
COLORED COLUMN
Over one thousand dollars has
been subscribed for the new Berea
college by the colored people of thiI
State Louisville is headquarters for the
colored Salvation Army of
this country
Mrs Jennie Craig of Lexington i
WIR thy guest of Mi and Mrs W
M Taylor on Oliver street last Sun
day
Rp V Hon and Mrs James Bryce
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the British Ambassador to the United
States were the guests at the Booker
T Washington school this week
Negro colonies are being establish
ed in Oregon Washington and Idaho
from the Southland
The Broadway Baptist church bap
tired last Sunday
Rev Jno Tolbert of Ford left
this week for Arkansas to look after
Government lands belonging to him
self Charles Pervine and R A
Sh ltiSS
StraussThe
The negro population of Houston <
Texas is 25000 and only 549 hold
tax receipts which is a voting quali
fication
Mayor Faulk or Tuscalousa > Ala
delivered the address of welcome to
the colored Baptist State Associa
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tion which convened in that city this
week
A track of 1200 acres of land has
been purchased by a colored society
near Selma Ala > and mill be sub di
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vided and sold to its members for a s
town site
Theatlas Williams of Georgetown pj
was on our streets this week H
Mrs osephineKidd is dangerous L
ly ill at her home at Pittsburg Pa U
The colored Elks memorial services R
will be held at the M E Church to
morrow at 2 p m John I Breener
will deliver the address
Dfficers
officers of the Blue Ribbon the So
cial Club of our city Mrs Emma
Gest President Miss Nancy Marry
secretary Mrs Amanda Coach
treasurer of
treasurelRev
Rev T Timberlake is making ex
tensive preparation for his church
anniversary on the second Sunday a
SundayDecember 5
D of the white Baptist will preach
the sermon at 3 oclockand sacred °
concert at f
night
W C Cobb killed a 500pound hog W
this week a
tiPeter
visiting old friends here t 1
of
The Kof P Lodge elected the follu
lu
lulownle
of
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on Wednesday night John I Bruner
C C C M Webb V C E S Wills
Kof Rand S C E Colerane 1wIVI
of P W C Coob Prelate Garfield 7
Bell 11of WProf J H Garvin lrn
fof E J W Mills Mat A B F L
Johnson treasurer J I Bruner and
C E Colerane G R
Rev John Fisher has returned from
Mt Sterling where he has been en
gaged in a meeting
Rev T Timberlake spent Thursday 2
in Lexington
Robert Taylor is building on
Broadway
Prof E S Taylor spent last Sat s
urday and Sunday in the country t
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L K Cary has opened a saloon in r
jcximrtun
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Mrs Prancis Mason recently paid
for house and lo
Ed Turner 300 a 10t
on First street
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The movement to organize a co1 >
ed Y M C A is still being agitAted
Mrs Henrietta Wills accom m edlow
by Dr J H Holmes went to hexing
ton Thursday to be operate 4 1IDon
Mr James Cooper ofJ Richmond
Ky has built a nice rr dance ellof
streetn
Mr Henry Jackson b as added
GjOJOO improvements 10 his home on
Woodfoixl street li will heone of
the nicest homes to be found allY
where
At Clarkes M E Church Sunday
Dei ember 6 1908 the quarterly
meeting of the Lexington District will
he conducted by Rev L1L Hagood I
rtd
D S Preaching at 11a m and
7 30 p m At 230 pm the annual
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sermon of the Elks Lodge will he
pre shed
prerchedSunday
Sunday School at 930 a m J H
Hams superintendent Epwovth
League at 6 30 Addresses by J H
Holmes M Dand the D S Jessia
Reed president i
All are welcome Seats free
S G TURNER P C
DESCENDENT OF NOTED
KENTUCKIANS MARRIED
NEW YORK Dec 4The weddinr
Miss Grace Fackler and Georges
GeorgesLudlow
Ludlow took place here todav viAla
Geo W Fackler the brides fatter
terna
retiredmillionaire was sufferii 40
ut
his residence from a critical aild1
jnent
nietltBecause
Because of the patients co ltlitiou
only the immediate membersof
thefamilies
families were present Miss Fackler
Facklerwas
tvorvjciwas
one prettier3t
3t debun
antes She is the grand 1dU1hter
ofthe
the late John Trimble
o j the Ken
tucky Court of Appeal = and niece
the late Robert Trir nblc
able of Ken
Kentucky
supreme Court
the United States
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vertised the be
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you can not male
ft a mistake in us
using
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CAKEIN FANCY SHAPESr
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Quaintly Formed Tins an Aid in SeM
ting Forth Table l
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Far Jtt5y little cakes in quaintly 1
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these cream one cupful of sugar and
tablespoonful of butter Beat the
bites and yolks of three eggs separj
halfd
cupful of milk and two cupfuls oft
sifted flour to the sugar and butter i
sifting a teaspoonful of qream of tar
tar and a half teaspoonful of soda
with the Hour Lastly add the beaten
whites and flavoring Bake in shal
low pans and cut out in fancy animal
and leaf shapes with cookie cutters
Ice the cats with chocolate the owls
either white or chocolate with bits
of citron for eyes The leaf shapes
may be frosted green or yellow and i
ored
edshredded orange peel make most reali
iiisiic autumn leaves j
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ofFruits and nuts with the pumpkin
pies supply the dessert and the cider
should be chilled and sparkling Hot
ymulled cider is delicious for the oldr
folks The hot cider is spiced and a
illslice of lemon changes It to an elabJ
orate beverage elal
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