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The Winchester news. (Winchester, Ky.) 1908-19??, December 31, 1910, Image 3

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Six tflock Dinner
Miss Patsy Lipseomb entertained a
few friends with an elaborate six i
oclock dinner on Tuesday evening
The pvetty home was beautifully
decorated 5n palms and Other potted
plants In thc center of the dining
iibie 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
cttmd IiersI
The dainty arid palatable menu was
served in five courses
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 sea
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
per home was beautifully decorat
ed in holly mistletoe and ferns and
the affair was very much enjoyed by
jtho guests among whom were Misses
CiirideTclle McPherson Allie Hen
slcy Pauline Lisle Nancy Lyman
Genevieve ComAay Nola Jones Patsy
Lipscomb Messrs Joe and Emery
Griggs Charles Spears Charles Jack
son Edgar Teed Joe Tanner Sam
Elpscomb Jdtiett Wilson and Frank
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c A delicious menu consisting of five
courses was served i
Complimentary DinnerDance i
with a charming dinnerdance at her
elegant home on Thursday evening I
in honor of Miss Helen Nelson who I
is at home from Washington D CI
The decorations used were very
artistic a feature being the perfect
miniature Santa Clans and his rein
deer drawing a beautiful little sleigh
1 filled with dainty souvenirs for the
Mistletoe mid holly were used with
artistic taste as further decorations
for the Handsome table A delicious
ineat course was served in acI m
ing manner
mannerBrandenburgKelly 1d
BrandenburgKellyMr 1
Mr Wm Brandenbure and Miss
Mary Lou Kelley were married in this
city Wednesday Dec 28 Both resi
dents of the county
Gravitt Lyle
Mi Edward M Gravitt and Miss
Nora Lee Lyle were married Satur
day Dec 4at the residence of L
C Lyle on Hardwicks creek Powell
county Elder Ml P Lowry of this
city officiating r
Miss Banks Entertains
Miss Nettie LouBanks charmingly
entertained a few of her friends Mon
day evening Dec 26at her beautiful
home on Boone avenue in honor of
her visitors Mis Grandie Clarke and
Mr Jason Kedmon of Paris and Miss
Nettie Wasson and Mr Clarence
Wasson of Millersbnrg The decora
tions were of red white arid 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
The table was a ibower of beauty
All present spent a very delightful
evening Miss Banks proved herself
an ideal hostess
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 in
barber of this city and the bride is
teacher in the rural schools Both
have many friends whcin we join in
best wishes
Marriedin Lexington
Mr Ho > u4wTnrnM of Mt Ster
ling and MissNettieJTadden of Kidd
yillc Avere miuTieu 7 Tuesday morning
at the residcncetjf Prof W C tier
ro in this lit Y Dr 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
will < ro 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 piths
fisher of theSer > tinelDemocrat of Mt
Sterling and he has been I connected
with his fathers tpaper for some time
Lexington Herald
Informal Party
Master James Todd entertained a
few frieiids informally on Friday
evening Qldfhishioned games were
played a lid 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
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WITH the compliments of the sea 1
son and all good wishes for your JI
happiness and welfare
i We have just closed theyearwith the t
largest business in our history for which I
rt lwe are truly grateful to our niany friends
and customers who have favored us with 1 m
theirwaiTied patronage 1
It shall be our aim to maintain the
Quaility of our Goods to always carry thej
most complete line of Fancy Gr6c eries4n
the city to treat everybody courteously
I and rrgive prompt service to all parts of
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the city
S Make a New Years resolution and
j Open an Account WithUs i
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20 Suits value 2500 each
reduced to 12 Q 8
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All OtherSUlts icwt Cost I
< Tva suit sent o n 1 approval No suit
> laid aside without dneshalf being
paid on It
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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 sisterllrs Hart
Mr and Mrs W B C Rood of
Owsley county are visiting Dr Cay
wood of this city I
Misses Mary Lisle Duty and Laura
Bruce Duty attended the dance rut Mt j
Sterling this week
Miss Narcisso Rawlirigs Spent the
holidays with friends in Fleming
Ernest 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
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 I
the marriage of Boyd Jones of Mont
gomery county to Miss Lizzie Scott 0rl
this county
Mrs Wm Mouirfz of Cincinnati is
vibiling Miss Ruth Beall i
Mr Henry Reed of Mt Sterling i S
paid this office a pleasant call lled
nesday i 4
Mr and Mrs Waixl Biish ijayc k 1 I
en rooms with Mrs Chits 13 Nelson
on Lexington avenue i I
A B Smoot spent the ilmlidhys
with his parents amt Flenlingdburgj
A pretty little daughter vUbl l1li
Tuesday Doc27fo TJr tit nd i trs
Grover C GHbertr 1
Mr arid Mrs W A White = of Drift
wood Alfalfa county Okla iire be
ing congrhtulutea liithcfbffi Mffincj
daughter on Dec 23 Mrs Whffe was Ihc
11 Lo c 5
formerly Miss Ida B Hays of this I
county I
Mr Frank Singleton is visiting rela
Lives in Woodford county
Miss Corinne Singleton attended I
The Merry Wives of Windsor al
the Lexington opera house i
Mr W F Lawrence and il1Mi
May Burgher were married iuthis city
on Dec 29 by Elder Jas W Harding
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 1
informally at flier home on Jacksou 11
street Wednesday evenirg
On all accounts paid in fujl before
1030 Saturday night free tickets Will
be Iiveii for every dollar paid
302t Jeweler and Optician
Mr Marquis Bean of this city keeps
an accurate record of the rainfall
His table for the past six months
shows as follows
July 211
August S533
September 725
October 249J
December X 284
Total 4211
There was a much larger amouht of
rain than the average and the fall
during the month of July was phe
marketsold by Rbyse Boone j
Red Star coal is the best on the I
I to I
Belief is something thatis supposed
proof to be title ibecauselt Is incapable of
Ii onflicdcrilgesti shug for men
he baits hislibokAA fh a pretfj Avoman f
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itizens 1ational Bank
Paid UP Ghtffal JfWtiOC SurpIus751rOOO 1
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Wi will givey courteous treatment and attendd promptlyj
rr and carelfull ptor all busings entrusted to tis 1
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Closeg g
Interesting Two DaYs Session at
nual irtidwdnter meeting of the Ken
tricky Press association cloSetUThnrs
11day afternoon after a session lasting
Ii Caught in Germany The Blue
I Mouse a mischievous but harmless 1
I creature has been imported to this
I country by Clyde Fitch who in the f
importing process has constructed f
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 the donvuls
ing novelty The Swedes are shaking t
their flaxen locks over the donnas of
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two days in which live topics of in
terest to every citizen of the state
were discussed Byu unanimous
vote of the association the editors in
attendance at the meeting decided
immediately to begin to give effect to
the suggestions received from the
speakers v
The question of P tax revision was
handled by Arthur Y Ford treasurer
of the Columbia Trust Company who
has spent several years of practical
study of the system in vogue iii Ken
> TKeearica ion5rcondJlioris pfeVail
ing in Kentucky at the present time
the Mouse 6 Even Denmark is beI
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 The
first nibbling took place at the Lyric I
theater where thousands nibbled for I
over a year A scream went up which
extended from ocean to ocean
Mice do multiply So Mr E J Car
periter captrired charming little Ger
trude Hitz told her to get as many
fine clothes as shcco comfortably
wenov during tie period of three acts
and sa dTug youre The Blue
Mouse But clQthcsdQ not make
the part of The Blue Mouse for
Clyde Hit h in creating the character 1
4 4 1
i 1
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
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 the Paducah News
Democrat on What Is News and R D
Kelley of IIa wes ille on The One
man Office
Mr Roberts has devised a new form
I of looseleaf cash book a book which
I includes a detachable leaf for every
I day in the raonthjuul which carries
space and designationfor every pent
of the 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
I carried forward The book is especi
ally designed tb obviate ledger post a
ing 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 as
sociation who has been detainc dat
home through illness It was unani
mously decided to send the telegram
At 1230 oclock luncheon was
served in the rathskeller an especial
ly well selected and delicious menu
liavir been arranged The delegates
I to both the KcntucffJ PrfcKi iiSSocia
ion and Good Roads conventions
took luncheon together
The meeting came to J1NJSe late
Thursday afternoon foljqwing a
roundtable discussion on Business
Icy of the Louise News This discus
sion 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
Just before the adjdrirnmeut Ryland
IC Mustek of the Jackson Times is
sued an invitation to the ass9pnjion
Ito hold its summer meeting in the
Brcatiiitt county capital The hiAita
lion was filed and will he submitted
to the executive committee at its
next meeting as the selection of lime
dnext meet place rests with this
On all accounts naid in full before
1SII 1030 Saturday nioht free tickets will
be given for every dollar paid
302t Jeweler and Optician
See Royse Boone before buying
youY feed We handle the best in
icitoAvn 125tf
of Paulette Dhil1e heiress whoI
bears the rodents name has given the
stage a wholly new type However
in the play Miss hits is not called
upon to dance so that her clothes are
quite appropriate although an insight
during the auction of her furniture
and 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 1
dancing costume The prospective
purchaser inquires as he surprising
ly scans the costume How could
you stand its Why replies the
Blue Mouse innocently lt4e stage
was steam leafedI

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