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The Winchester news. (Winchester, Ky.) 1908-19??, December 31, 1910, Image 4

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Mr James Fitzpatrick and Miss
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of Mr and Mrs Ben H Rainey
230 oclock Wednesday evening
inutile presence ofa large crowd of
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By CLYDE FITCH Direction E J Chandler
Irresistably SWEEPING the Country
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Scene from the Blue Mouse Phil
Scardale the Blue Mouses fiance
drops in from Frisco and gets a few
affectionate greetings
With Its
Strong
Appeal
Appealto
to those
Who Enjoy
Laughter
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2 Years in Berlin
2 Years in Paris
14 Months at Lyric
Theatre New York
City
6 Months at Garrick
Theatre Chicago
ICoupon for Free Treatment
AND FREE BOOK
DrD J WALSH J Box 2094 = BOSTON MASS
SAndmn nt ohce nil charges l
paid your free treatnifnt for my
case and your bookall entirely
free to me j
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MY NAME IS 1
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MY ADDRESS IS
Age Howlong afflicted 1
If your disease is not on the list
opposite write the name here
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
tend hearty congratulations
Mr and Mrs James Fitzpatrick
visited the formers parents in Buor
bon county and other relatives f rombe
Thursday until Monday
Mr and Mrs Wm Henderson and
baby and Mr and Mrs Clay Aid
ridge weer guests of Ttfr and Mrs7
B T Fox Sunday
Dogs got among sheep belonging
to BenIL Rainey and coused con
siderable damage nilling two sheep
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MISS GERTRUDE HITZ
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BLUE MOUSE
Prices 25c 50c 75c 1 150
SECURE TICKETS AT STRODES DRUG STORE
FRE PRESCRIPTION
Sent to AH Who Ask
Prescription of Wonderful New Medical Discovery
SENT FREE
Dr jD J Walshs most wonderful discovery has attained such remark =
able success that he has decided to send a free prescription to ail who fill
out the coupon below and mail it today The ordinary doctor ww mIdof
charge from one to three dollars for writing a common prescription the
specialist from five to twentyfive I offer to write a prescription s Ult =
able 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
guidance Do not wait as you may not see this offer again but fill out
the coupon and send today Remember it will cost you nothing for this
wonderful new prescription discoveryjust fill out coupon and you will
receive prescription and book by return mail all charges paid
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Rheumatism
LumbagoDiabetes
Diabetes
DiabetesDropsy
DropsyNeuralgia
Diarrhoea Constipation
ConstipationIndigestion
Indigestion
Headache
HeadacheDizziness
Kidney Trouble
Bladder Tibublo
Heart Disease
Impure Blood
Fcrrale Tionblo
Torpid Liver
Partial Paralysis
r Nervousness
NerYOUfIleSsMnlaria
Malaria
Brights Disease
Nald crippling seven others
Rev Mr Adams preached his fare
well sermon at the chrrch here Sun
tlpyBorn
Born Dec 20 to Mr and Mrs >
John Jones a fine daughter
NEW CANAL BILLS
WASHINGTON Dec 30 Both
Senator Flint of California chairman
interoceanicthe
canals and Representative Mann of
Illinois chairman of the house com
mittee on interstate and foreign com
ourmcree expect to introduce general
millths
thsincorporate their differing ideas as to
Jthe needs of legislation for the water
way 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 of
tolls under prescribed maximum and
minimum limitations government op
eration of the dry dockand repair
shop facilities and government sale
of all coal oil and other ship S
at both ends of the canal to the trade
of the world passing through itand
I the safeguarding of competition
The differences of views as to
whether foreign shipping and coast
wise shipping should receive equal
treatment in canal charges could not
be reconciled and the problem still is
unsolved
On all accounts paid in full before
1030 Saturday night free tickets will
be given for every dollar paid
C H BOWEN
Opticianan
duringtIrs
December Winchester Paint Wall
Paper Company 12KMf
Many a > college owes its fame to its
football team V
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W W Banks Editor
Next Friday Jan 0 will be the
Olin hundredth anniversary of the
birth of Chas Summer the great
abolitionist I
abolitionistIsaac athawny the young negro I
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 Dur
ham
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 last week
John Berryman Misses Lillie and
I coSramn
and Misses Nannie and Essie Berry
man of Detroit iMch are visiting
their parents Mr and Mrs Daniel j
Berryman
Where they went during the holi f
days Mrs Julia R Benton Cincin
nati 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 Book
er Lexington Miss Anna Johnson
Dover Miss Clara Mae Bright Lex
ington Prof and Mrs E S Taylor
Paris Mrs Perry Hood Hopkins j
ville George Blye Mt Sterling Rev
T Timberlake Georgetown Miss
Tcttie Ilogcrs Lexington Mrs G H
Guinn and children Lexington
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North Maple street Thursday and her W
brother Webb Goode died at In j
dianapolis Wednesday
Bncknerville Mr and Mrs James
Evans and mother visited Mrs Ever
line Bybe and Mrs Sallie Britton m
luring the holidays Mrs Bnlah
Jackson of New York and Mrs Chas n
A Fatman and mother of Lexington
Mere the guests of Mrs Jennie Har in
ris 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 JT
We regret our inability to attend t
the delightful stag given by Thos =
R Cowan to his gentlemen friends m
Wednesday night
The Christmas tree and lunch giv
en iby Miss Sara Goodloc Benton to
nightI
1 the pool colored children was a most
ponmcndable act which was but a
demonstration of the many amiable
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 on Wjlw 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
0Mrs Sallie Turner has as her
quests her mother Mrs Charity
Sweeney of Lexington Mrs Nannie
Yates of Richmond and Miss Turner
of GhileslnirgUnion
Union watchmeeting the Chris
itian church tonight =
rr Clara Richardson of Beckner
1ille is visiting friends and relatives
in Lexington this week
Miss Nettie Blanton of Clay City
is visiting Rev and Mrs J H Saun
SElijah ders Rogers is quite sick
entertabedd
the city clergy this week
If you want the news read The
News
NewsThe
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the soldiers asylum at Washington
D C for interment
Mr and Mrs Perry Richardson of
Becknerville entertained Tuesday
Mr and Mrs W H Allen Mr and
Mrs John T Brunei and Mr and
Mrs W W Banks were the invited
guests from the city
Mrs Bettie Rice desires to publicly
t tank her many white friends for
cspeciallyII
Mrs Fannie Bean for 25 pounds of
Kerrs Perfection flour
E L Hammet colored has the
contract for the htiekand stone
work on the haiidsome government
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building at Yazoo City Miss Ci
IeThe
The trustees of the Anna T JH
and John F Slater funds wJJ chare
composed of prominent white and col g
ored men throughout the country p
met a the White House a tWashing
tqn last week and formed themselves W
into one board which mill have con tl
trol ofover 3000000 to be used ti
for negro education tl
The Negro National Baseball league
held a meeting in Chicago this week C
At the annual 0 oclock dinner given ai
by Rev F D Colerane wife and son ni
Wednesday evening Dec 28 those a
present were Mr and Mrs C P I
Morgan Dr and Mrs J IT Holmes ti
Dr J H Tyler Rev and Mrs H A h
Stewart Rev and Mrs J S Webb
Rev and Mrs T Timbirlnke and fl
daughter Pauline Rev and Mrs Jod
sfeph Small William Taylor and wife tl
WIH Allan and wife Mrs T S
Williams Prof E S Taylor and wife li
Mr D R Taylor A delightful hour
was spent in exchange of happy greet f
ings and best washes that those pros a
ent might live long and prosper h
Thos Dalton of Richmond and Mrs w
Alice Rice of this city were married P
Thursday night by Rev A B Mont n
gomery 3
Miss Amanda Lindsey of Paris was
the city Monday visiting friendsd
Mrs Katie Johnson entertained c
Thursday night at
WINCHES DER ROLLER MILLS 0 o
The oldest and best institution in
the county is the Winchester Roller
Mills Why Dot use home fllUrtbp
best made Kerr Perfection and 11
White Pearl flour has no eauaL
See Royse Boone before buying
your feed We handle the best in
town 125tf
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Clark Comity
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Accounts of Merchants Farmers
and Traders SollclleJ
ejection Made on All Points
Capital and Surplus
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A o 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
NOW is the time to insurein
STROJHERS
INSURANCE AGENCY
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HE continued steady growth of our busi
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ness has been made possible by the I
loyalty and support of our numerous
lustomersFor
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
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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
ande
conviviality takes an impoufant part
and among the Pima Indians Christ
mas and most of our other lioiiiuiy i I
bare Days One blind i
Indian explained Christmas as all
the same Fourth July wihite man get
heap drunk
Most Indians are said to care little
for Thanksgiving Washingtons birth
day the New Year or any other day
than Christmas
The Flathead Indians have a pecu
liar tradition regarding a great and
good 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
dan Indians have a tradition of a
great and good man who cnce lived
among them There is nothing in
their traditions relating to tft birth
or death of Christ but they take
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
ing 125tf
NEW JUNK SHOP
Wainscott court near North Main
street Will buy Furs Hides Scrap
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iron and all kinds of metal Will pay I
good prices CHAS ZIGMAN
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APOLOGY TO THE PUBLIC
The Winchester Lumber and Man
ufacturing 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
0t
ours 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 public
knows we always send out nothing
but the best that money can buy and
did not want to send out something I
that was not in keeping with our
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 thb e
lowest price possible Again wishing
you a prosper l1suitdHappy New
Year we are
Respectfully
WINCHESTER LUMBER
MANUFACTURING CO
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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
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Ic a word for a singte mserilea
2c a word for three consacutlw In
sertions
Y2c a word for each iddltlMil In
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Scattered insertions Ic per went pw
pwinsertion
Nothing inserted for less than ten
cents Nothing charged on books
for less than 25 centsly
ly
FOR NEW YEARS BARGAINS
IN REAL ESTATE
The Real Estate and Insurance Men
Office in McEldowney Building r
Both Phones
LOSTPair glasses with gold frame
either on Maple Hickman Burns
or College street Finder return to
News Office 303t
FOR SAlEThirtytwo Western
sheep 2 years old will lamb in
February Apply to Freeman
Orme E Broadway 30Gt
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FOR RENTOne or two nice rooms
for lodging or office in Bean build
ing Sec Dr Snow en or G D
Fox 1220 Ow
lOSTOn South Main street be
tween Broadway and French aye
lute silver link purse Will pay
liberal reward for return to Rob
bins News Office 1223t
V W Bush 6 Company
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INSURANCEWINCHESTER 1a
WINCHESTER KY
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Attorneys it Uw rts
3tk Floe McEldowney Building t
Winchester Ky
LEWIS R HAMPTON 0t
Attorney at Law
rove 5th Floor McEiauwney Bnildb
Special Attention to Collections
Winchester Ky
L M STEVENSON
STEVENSONAttorney
Attorney it Lair
30 S Main St Winchester Ky jf
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Phillips Old Stand
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sLary 234 S Highland street Home
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Picture Theatre
vContinuous 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
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