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Image 5 of Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.), October 27, 1908

Part of Winchester news (Winchester, Ky.)

t rw t T + j > r i Rabbit Hunt annual rabbit hunt Tuesday were Mesdames Henry M Jones Ben D Goffr Joe Croxton Misses Annie Crparton Katherine Nelson Pearl Haggard Anna Mae Hiale Marie Hampton Clay Croxton Theo Nel ¬ son and Sue Buckner of Paris Mes ers Hart Robinson Lewis Hamp ton Win Garner Boyd Nolcini OthoHisle James Adams and Star ¬ ling Tracy They met in front of the Brown Proctoria Hotel and left town by way of the Lexington pike Most of the party were horseback and the few who drove carried the lunch ¬ r L Entertained Relatives Mr and Mrs Enoch Adams en ¬ tertained a number of relatives at their home near Boomingdale on Among Wednesday October 21 present were Fred Stone those and Mrs Sadie Sewell of Kansas Mrs Tempie Smith of Waneta Ky Louis Stone of Irvine Mr and Irs Jackson Stone of Iron Mound William Vickers of Lex ¬ ington John Burton Of Hunt Mr and Mrs Wlliiam Adams of Bloom ingdale Mr and Mrs RE Adams and Mr and Mrs Jones Kerr of Wincbester Refreshments were served and the evening was a delightful one for all r t EVERY WOMAN OF TASTE assortsanent rv season and prepared to show a large v riety of designs in order that every woman will find just the style that best pleases her at the price she wants to pay 1 r r f A A A A Mrs Lee Todd has returned from Cincinnati after a weeks visit Quarterly conference was held at the Mt Abbott Methodist Church last Saturday evening by Rev G L Southgate Mr Schuyler Blackwcll of Hill and Mutual avenue who has been very ill + for sometime had a very narrow es ¬ cape from fire Saturday night and DAR Meeting The Daughters of the American only after heroic work by the fire evolution will meet with Miss laddies was his house saved from complete destruction Anne Bright Croxton Friday afterMiss Hazle Ringo has returned noon at 2 oclock All are requested from a visit to Hazel Green Elder J Marshall Thomas and wife a have returned from a visit to rela ¬ tives In Columbus 0 PERSONALS Mr Venard Owen made a flying trip to Mt Sterling Sunday in his 1 Mr A F Byrd went to Lexing- ¬ autoMr Henry C Mann of Carlisle ton Monday attending court was here Monday ¬ Mrs Gratz Conkwright left MonMrJ Price Osborne of First av ¬ day afternoon for her home in Here- ¬ enue spent Sunday with friends near ford Texas after an extended visit to her mother Slier was acconf the mouth of Red river Mr Mason Brandenburg has mov ¬ panied home by Miss Ethel Lisle ed into his new residence on Flana ¬ Mr S H Gaitskill of McIntosh Fla is the guest of Mr J E Gaits gan street Mr John Biggerstaff who con ¬ killMr ducts a grocery store on East Broad- ¬ Jesse Turney of Paris was a N railroad re- ¬ way near the L guest in town Mr and Mrs G Lee Wainscott ports fine trade and a rapidly grow ¬ have returned home from Minnesota ing business where Mrs Wainscott was operated Her friends are LECTURE AT COURTHOUSE on for appendicitis THIS WEEK glad to know she is much improved Mr George Means of Midway was a guest in town Monday Hon Edwin Smith Will Speak in In ¬ Mr John Weathers was in Lexing ¬ terests of Local W C T U ton Sunday Mrs Robert Howell of Grassy Hon Edwin Smith of Nova Scotia Lick was in town Mondaythe guest a lectr r of National reputation of Miss Annie Duerson will deljger an address at the Court Mrs Lucien Bridgeforth of Mfe House ednesday Thursday and Sterling has returned home after a Friday nights under the auspices of most delightful visit to Mrs James the local branch of the W C T U M The first two PickrellMr Gaitskill and Mr S II the public is cordially invited to at ¬ itskill were in Lexington Monday tend On Thursday night an ad ¬ Vtend the thoroughbred sales mission of 20 cents for adults and Jlrs Steve Davis has returned af ¬ 10 cents for children will be charged ter a visit in Versailles The subject Thursday night will be Mr and Mrs J B Hampton re- ¬ wound the World with a Newsp- ¬ turned home Monday after a visit aperMan to Mrs J E Gaitskill Miss Mattie Weathers was in town HOUSE Sunday OPERA Mr and Mrs Hugh Mejrinor are spending a few days with Mr and announces for Manager Mrs C J t r¬ next MondayDineille the appearance of Miss Eld J M Thomas and wife returned Saturday from a ten days Marian West and Company in The The company and visit to Mrs Thomas relatives near Power of Love Columbus O have been the recipient of players Miss Anna Chandler Goff of Lex ¬ most flattering comments from both ington was in town Tuesday for the press and public and will no doubt be favorably received in this her regular music class city Popular prices will prevail Miss Jane Gaitskill left this I andb l I BoswellI Cut Glass at Cut Prices L BIG BIG BIG BIG s SHOWING OF SHOWING QF SHOWING SHOWING OF OFf > I purchasedaselec ton at a bankrupt sale while in New < York I t Mrs EHaW Haggard fX2750 TAILORED 3000 TAILORED SUITS SUITS 3500 TAILORED SUITS OTHERS CHE APER OTHERS MORE SUPERIOR f We have not neglected our Waist stock Big shipment oftail ored and dressy Net Waists just received 500 and up at I f I CLIFTON B ROSS Winchester South Ky Main St q rw LAXITY IN CHARGES SEARCH THE COLLEGE Prof Smith Says State University Authorities Were Not Thor ¬ ough in Investigation The brother of Willis E Smith the missing State University student Prof A 43 Smith of Hindman Ky has issued a statement charging the State University authorities with laxity in their investigation of his The state ¬ brothers disappearance ment was given out Monday at Lex ington It is as followsI have been asked for a statement of what I thought of the case of my brother I will say that I think just have aways thought thatmy brother started to the college was met somewhere by three or four stu ¬ dents who undertook to haze him and in the fight which ensue i he was ac ¬ cidentally killed and thebody con ¬ cealed I have thought this from the start and the Black Hand letters to ¬ gether with the letter from DeCatur have gone far to strengthen my be- ¬ lief If my brother has gone off of his own accord why were those letters written threatening my brother Why was the letter written by one hand and addressed by another which was purported to lie from him 1 It is plain they were to try to stop the search and throw us off the track Says Investigation Was Refused asI my brother and myself were very much disappointed when we learned that some of the young men who left were not brought before the grand jury They only examined some 45 out of 600 Now how can this be called it thorough examination 1 They may have examined 100 and yet never reached the one who knew We were disappointed that the grand jury did not examine every student Not ¬ withstanding the presidents state ¬ ment it is not done with and will not be until my brother is found CLOCKS In order to make room for new stock coming in we will make some surprisingly Low Prices on Clocks For the Next Two Weeks EARLY Py t juryti no 6 jc > A E SMITH I- FOR DEMOCRATIC PARTY To Address the Voters of Jessamine County at Nicholasville Saturday JK < HON J M STEVENSON i TO SPEAK WEDNEDAY > INFANT BURNED BY a LYEr Ky Oct 27The twelvemontbsold son of Sherman Hon John M Stevenson of this city will deliver an address at Pilot Dice near here pulled a can of View this county Wednesday night concentrated lye off a take the1 in the interest of the Democrat earl contents striking his breast burn ing him in a terrible manner didates > I I MAYSVILLE r I- C LASSlflED COLUMN 1t 4 L I hjl abaL cr f ADVERTISING RATES v j city thatwas appointed few weeks ago to perefect plans to establish an in associated charity organization tHis city will hold a meeting in the Presbyterian Church Tuesday after-¬ noon at four ocolck The proceeds of the meeting could not be learned as it was not over when The News went to press by carrier JOc a weak f Jf r e E 5 I J td J i ii f t r Secondhand oldfash rent eight robm WANTED ioned brass kettle Cheap AdI house gas and water Must be dress X News office 10126t centrally located Address B 1tl1 WANTEDTo x12St office saddle APply toiSFoBice J 10232t t ANY 1YANT < s i I c People who have rooms to rent board for sale or who rf want help to Adv tis in this cblr tJft 1012tf 1t 7i aumn4 1 Newsc y I < O can besnp died in r J 1 WANTED WANTEDGoode eindhand jnana I 1 I i WANTED SEWING I am prepared to do all kinds of shirt waists and childrens dress f T j V making a specialty Call at 234 S rNbthirig counted less than 20 Highland street MRS J Co LARY committed composed of mem ¬ words No item charged on books The 1019lmo Jj bers of the different churches in the for less than 25 cents w p t- v atteting atthe One half jcent per word per inser Prebyterlaitehlirch J tionR cerits per calendar month Both THE NEW r 4urfriends us such valuable and loving service during the illness and death of bur dear mother Mrs Elvira Ladd Such deeds of kindness and words of sympathy can only be repaid by Him who said Inasmuch as you two clarinets two horns and two have doneit unto the least of these t j my brethren ye have done it unto As showing the important part me played by the sounding brass jn We are especially grateful to Dr our bands today it is sufficient to Ishmael Mr and Mrs Hisle mention that in an uptodate first Mrs Geo Andes Brother and class band of say fortytwo pieces Sister MacNeill Mr H H Hall there would probably be found from and to all who sent the beautiful eighteen to twenty horns to say flowers or in any way comforted nothing of saxophones which are us in our bereavement partly clarinet and partly horn Mrs H C Thompson 71 Tit Bits ChariUe Associate ° 5 Firs sev tu Words are inadequate to express bassoonsi JUDGE HAYS SPEAKS f I CARD OF THANKS < foundSigned Jeweler and Optician BAND- ¬ 1- 1 MILITARY A little more than seventy years not ago there was no such thing as a I am not saying the student body as a brass band in existence The very whole knew anything of him But I first band entirely of brass dates in feel sure someone there can tell fact no further back than 1835 something of my brother Prior to that time even our mili The public may feel sure that tary music was produced almost though it costs us all wehave we will entirely from instruments of wood not cease till a thorough investi- ¬ f and as recently as 1783a a tulI1eg gation is made and our brother is mental band consisted ofj two oboes I A committee of three mepwas They spent their time appointed trying to prqve > had run off not trying to find put really whether he They have started had or not rumor after rumor For instance one professor stated he had com ¬ municated with a young lady that had jilted him another he had ron off with a young lady a third he had been worked too hard a fourth he had gone on a bum and uchare some of the results x Grand Jury Follows BOW EN CH Does Flot Blame All Please understand me I am blaming the college as a whole Judge J Smith Hays of this city President of the Clark county Bryan Club and one of the most prominent Democrat party workers in the State delivered an address to a large crowd of voters at Brooksville Saturday afternoon and at Augusta Saturday night Judge Hays has been doing As to the investigation which the a great deal of stumping the past few President in his address of yester ¬ weeks in the interest of the Demo- ¬ day assures us has cleared the col ¬ cratic candidates and has been greet- = lege of all duty allow me to say I ed by a large audience everywhere feel there has been no thorough ex- ¬ that he has spoken He will speak atamination I visited the President Nicholasvillenext SaturdiynightCand members of the faculty asking f an investigation but it was refused aMMITirEE WILLOR 7 me the MSnday following my broth GAfttZETtiDAY iT 2 tI I ers disappearance z t j I r f j t The grand oral clues but t I 2500 TAILORED SUITS d J M jJ 1 < J COME AND SEE IF WE ARE NOT CHEAPER WITH SAME CLASS OF MERHANDISE THAN ANYONE ELSEJ 0 county and expects to go to house ¬ keeping in this city soon 0 t ot TONE V- NEWS i W t v 5 MondayI p Five SUIT INTEREST TO presenta L Paot Clifton B Ross ¬ END A Ma- F tl morning for Maysville where she will be Maid of Honor Wednesday evening at the wedding of Miss EthelRica Owen Duffy ol the erection de ¬ partment of the Westinghouse Ma ¬ chine Company of Pittsburg Pa who has been here for some time erecting the 300 h p gas engine at the Winchester Railway Light Ice Companys plant left for home Sunday Ujp Thornton Phillips of Lexington is here visiting relatives and friends S Miss Stella Bush is slowly recovering from an attack of fever Mrs Gus Smith of Lexington is the guest of Mrs Mollie Duvall Mr Waller Nunneley was a guest in Carlisle Saturday and Sunday Mr W D Smith was a visitor in town Tuesday Miss Nan cy Swope has returned to her studies in Richmond after a visit to her parents Mrs John Bosley has returned from a visit to her sin in Bourbon EAST Iti > I I I Some of those who attended the 4 F NEWSt THE WINCHESTER I IROCIETY t f oA t F 4 t f 4 fi I TT r sskdc 3y iffqf L J lf t p > r JJiI

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