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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 26 October 1908

4 v I c c I k i 1 THE WIIICHEfTCIIJIEWS t 00 Paw Tnttr t i JW HOUSE STANDS y FOR OVER TEN YEARS i J Slimmer Showers and Winter Storms Y Effect Structure But t Little > i 1 1WELLESLEY Mass Oct 26 The frailest house in New England > perhaps is one which was construct < ecl principally of thick paper and which has for ten years stood sum o mer showers and winter storms The structure is owned by George L Abell of Wellesley who built it him self during his spare time for a sum 0 mer home A strange part of the history of the paper house is that ritr Abell and his family lived in it < S all one winter finding it fully as t S warm as their modern home in the centre of the town The house is situated in the heart of the woods S i of Ridge Hilla few miles from Wel S lesley College 4w A love of country life and a de 5 sire for the freedom of isolation were 5 S the prime factors which led us to build our home rough though it is S said Mr Abell S In the summer of 1896 he had an S oppo...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 26 October 1908

y T 1I W 11 r ii + I t t 1 Pawn Four 1 TEi r TH EJWIMCNEtTER NEWS v Y 1 = C THE WINCHESTER NEWS An independent Newspaper Published by is The Winchester News Co Ihcqrpdratea Office South Main Street v X ilyExcePt Sunday Entered at the Winchester Post Of 1 fice as mail matter of the At L second class f SUBSCRIPTION RATES I i fThe Winchester News is delivered j by carrier at 10 cents per week By I mail in advance One year 1 f 300 Six monthseo c 150 One month 25 New Phone No 91 MONDAY OCTOBER 26 isos 1 FIRE APPARATUS f > l1 The fire Saturday night on Hill street totally destroyed two houses ra nd partially burned another Much of this damage would probably have been saveflf there had peen a fire station in the North end of town The department responded prompt 1to the alarm but when the hose i and p truck ladder wagons reached Winn avenue the horses were nearly used up and had to climb the hill on a low walk thus losing valu5ble time in the early stasre of the fire The North end is gro...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 26 October 1908

A ll > 4I 1l r G > c t r J ji h THE WINCHESTER NEWS PMC tfive I L ROCJEJ Y I I GatewoodGager Cards have been received here 1 this week anriouncing the approach ing marriage of Mr Colonel Hamilj fpn Gate wood of Mt Sterling and amiss Laura Gager of Chatta t nooga Tenn The ceremony will be performed at Fort Wood the sub urban home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Byron Gager at 8 oclock on the evening of Thursday November 5 Mr Gatewood is a prominent and popular young far mgr and widely known here The bridetobe is a lovely society belle 4 4 4 Dinner in Richmond Miss Annie Croxton has just re turned from a most delightful visit to Miss Bessie Miller in Richmond While there Miss Miller gave her an eight course six oclock dinner > Those present were Miss Annie Crox ton Mr and Mrs Rhodes Shackel ford Mr and Mrs Harry Hager Miss Sallie Shackelford Mr Irving Hume aiiv Cas Tribble 3UV Will Mo berlv Mr Jerry Sullivan arid Miss Ware of Boston 11ussr RabbitHunt The young people of the ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 26 October 1908

K J w I 4 iAy I 6 11 = I psix 1 < hTHEJWHCNESTJER NEWS a ti ii4o < tl f fa 1 lJh8 Younger Set I I 1 By ROBERT W CHAMBERS I 1B7 It Avthor of The Ffchtfn Chance Etc i h Chambcr8i k Copyright I 01by Robert W Chamber IH H H H 0 0 0 H 0o c eeoeoeGeeieee 0 Neergards progress had now rea enI i e d this stage His wasg I tmpleto wallow among the wealthy I until satiated then to many Into that agreeable community and found the house of Neergard And to ° that end I fie had already bought a building Bite eI on Fifth avenue but held It In the I name of the firm as though it bad been acquired for purposes merely specula V aye 1 Chap1 rml A BOUT that time Boots Lan sing very quietly bought lfr a house on ManhattanI 4 Island It was a small j t narrow three storied house of brick rather I z shabby on the outside and situated on a modest block be tween Lexington and Park avenues where the newly married Of the y unger set were arriving in increas ing numbers prepared to pay the r penalty for all...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 26 October 1908

r J < + 1 f I y oc i 1 THE WINCHESTER NEWSA SevI r tlY IUE OF IVlfit TIRES I Ow f the First Essentials to Good i 4I High way sfcae King drag Jg no doubt a good tkmg but how about the wide tired wagon Observe the dirt road after a thorough soaking The farmer cannot wok iri his fields and having some i wKtct e rno tsor hogs to haul t Market the tiiaa to haul is while the field s ire unfit to be worked sav ing time by doing so Re load his product into his one D a half inch tired wagon 3000 pofcmdsbr more and probably hitches four horses to his load and along the whole distance he cuts a rut from three to six inches deep Several of his neighbors do likewise and soon the goad is worked down to the con sistency of mortar a foot deep says J P Anderson of Agenda Kan in the Farmers Advocate All observers will ZITEOT OP NABSOW AND WIDE USES bear me out when I say that if these tires had been four inches or more the road would have been benefited rather than damaged A wide tire un der a loa...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 26 October 1908

Pr7 ya I rl k S I r J J S 5 If j a I l f > I 4 f S f t 1 r t I 11 W I I A h zrr c I f S t 2PEit 4 Iri II 7i 4 I if f SS THE WINCHESTER F NEWS j zt tffer S With inaigestion kH 4iind pay unnecessary doctors bill by allowing yourself 2and family to eat impure foods when the best cart be had f4 at the same price Our line of dried fruits is now in and 1 ready for your inspection > I s F Jlancy Prunes 12 l2c 15c and 20c per Ib Fancy Muir Peaches 15c and 20c per Ib Extra Fancy Apricots 20c per Ibr I ATe represent one of the most reliable oyster firms in S Baltimore and receive a fresh shipment in four times inS S vveek AlKorders given prompt attention S STOKELY ROUNSAVALL Sole agents for Ferndei Pure Foods Cliase Sanborn Coffees and Teas Prices I Ird and Sausage Red Cross Flour Huylers Candles Bells Flowers u S Wlll OF MIL r OWENSIS PROBATED S ftfter Certain Provisions Are Carried Out rEst r te is DivIded fAroong Children The will of the late R T Owen was r4Vafo1 in County Court Mon ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 27 October 1908

f + f d 0 ALL THE N1riWSr or + ALL THE woIiLn < 4 1 4 c t LM t I t r t 1 i l FOR THE UPBUILDING OF WINCHESTER CLARK COUNTY AND EASTERN KENTUCKY I < THE < PBUWl PNt rIIU1 ESTER N tENwTU Wd2 J f l fL 1 < e f 1 d f WEATHER 1 Generally Cloudy Tonight Thursday Not Much Change in Temperature I j ItVOL 1 NO 14 F WINCHESTER KYr TUESDAY OCTOBER 27 > 1908 > 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS AWEEK f r DEAD MAN MAY L < 1 r BE A SOLDIER < Hdtel Register Contains Name of r V Man Who Bought Goods 0at Bloomfields i j v oJ The mans name who was found r n pare Cofington Saturday morning with his head completely severed from his body is evidently on the ho tel register at the BrownProctoria but it cannot be determined who he 7m nor where he is from The clerks at Vic Bloomfields store say that on August 14 three men came in the store and one of j ° them bought a black suit of clothes bearing the brand of Hart Schaff ner and Marx and a black hat such as the one the man was wearing at the t...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 27 October 1908

1 I J I Olt eTH WIKCHETER NEws 1J JFTUE BEAVER i I Feats P P t rformcdby This 1 ndus irjousjjjtfe Worker i A CLEVER HOUSE BUILDER f H Is Capable ef Constructing a Dwell lug as Large Though Not So High i > arrnal Hiyttaok and He Can J Cut Dwn BJg Trees With His Teeth a Almost every trae knows something buildsg dams and houses to dwell in but very fewpeople have seen beavers in ° their wild stale It Js also a fact that the race of Industrious little workers is rapidly disappearing In the older dis x tricts beavers generally live in the banks of the streams e they inhabit and the sight of a beaver house is uncom mon < f f Where beavers do build houses says Forest and Stream the structures dif fer greatly In size shape and location Some are as large though of course r less high than a small haystack oth ers are hardly more than six feet through at the base They may stand I either wholly on land or partly In the water and partly on the bank or whol ly In the water They are never pl...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 27 October 1908

5 c F i G i r f r 1 A + f iv Y y TV < fVV ii p Y 3 d r + j t L l r = j h m i P r I THE WINCHESTER NEWS Thrfe a I PagiThrec FLAVOR FOR SALAD t r DRESSING MIXTURES TO SUIT r ALL TASTES < 0 < f Vfust a Touch of HorseRadish Onion Nor Garlic Improves the Dish for I I Many Red Peppers Make coGood Ornamentation How seldom now one meets with a < E plain French dressing this being composed of only oil vinegar pepper and saltjust four ingredients Prop erly proportioned and happily mixed so that it became a blend it was in Its perfection not easy to better But little by little according to the Instincts and tastes and initiative of J the salad mixer additions have come to light that change and often im prove the flavor of the dressing Now there Is the horseradish fla vor often lent to the dressing by the use of a little of the liquid or juice Used delicately there is much to com < mend its presence when cucumbers or lettuce are to be dressed A suspicion of it too in a dressing f...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 27 October 1908

r fl II r oil z r l L I f 4f t j 4 4 v X i > < < r I I < o > > < c i L 7 t WiL Ij c 7 i z Paw Few THE WIIICtlESTER NEWS IE WINCHESTER NEWS Anl Independent Newspaper l f K Published by f f rThe Winchester News Co v 1oMa niltreet 7Olllce South Main Street v J Daily Except Sunday 1 Entered at the Winchester Post Of fEnt fice as mail matter of the second class 1 C f SUBSCRIPTION RATES I t The Winchester News is delivered J > ycarrier at 10 cents per week By I mail in1 advance One year v 300 SIX months 1 150 One month 25 t New Phone No 91 TUESDAY OCTOBER 27 1908 CIRCULATION STATEMENT rState of Kentucky County of Clark ClarkB Tanner bemg duly sworn deposes and says that he is circu lation manager of The Winchester News that as such circulation man ager he has charge of the number of papers that is run off each day that the press run for this the 27th day of October 1908 is 1050 copies CLARK B TANNER Subscribed and sworn to before me this the 27th day of October 190...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 27 October 1908

t rw T TT I f t f fi 4 I + 4 J F t oA F > Iti I j F A Ma 4 > i r THE WINCHESTER NEWSt t Paot Five I IROCIETY I Rabbit Hunt Some of those who attended the t annual rabbit hunt Tuesday were t 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 Will 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 r lunch 1 Entertained Relatives Mr and Mrs Enoch Adams en tertained a number of relatives at their home near Boomingdale on Wednesday October 21 Among those present were Fred Stone 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 ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 27 October 1908

r K n 1w I J Ar It J I + 1 < i4 T i r4fvs y 1 J < r T RallSix T HEWIHCN ERUWST h G ai enaaiz wrrrc vc s mrr x I I f Younger Set 1 1 i iB ROBERT VIA CHAMBER I Atdbw of TL1 FIghting Csan xM Etc r I I Copyright 1901 br Robert W Chamber f a toy o eaaa83a afta 83aa ThQ children one and all were In I the park but Eileen was sewing in the nursery and his sister dihnot call him back as he swung out of the room and up the stairs But when he had disappeared Nina dropped Into her chair aware that she had played her best card prematurely forced by Ros amend who had Just told her that rumor continued to be very busy cou pling her brothers name with the name of the woman who once had I been hit wife Nina was now thoroughly convinced of Allxes unusual capacity for making mischief mischiefShe gshe always and she had seen her develop from a tal ented restless erratic emotional girl easily moved to generosity Into an impulsive woman reckless to the point of ruthlessness when ennui and I unhappi...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 27 October 1908

n f e r tHE WIKCHESTER NEWS s oo i UJYE ot 11 EiBaUTtFUl Hew te Awaken Interect In Civic Im t Jrv t JErezgr penren loves in some < gne rna eatatfefi and the Jjeatien of na 1 r It crftea occurs that a business 4 = J to engrossed in hiaatra that jQf the beautiful has no + chance to flewe opi and sometimes when such a feae retires this develop I ho rapidly that we know It was but timbering Often too one has to tt Vel i In less favored lands than his natural enrrotmdlngs or even to be nut out of a sight of natural beauty la Ji hospital ward or prison cell be fore tbeitasteb properly awakened 4To at dent of Byron can fail to be lmpreseed by the lore of the beautiful evidenced by the poet In his Prisoner tjf Chfflonw < where he BO vividly ere ebbed the song and appearance of the bird both seen and heard through iKjiron bars nor how beautifully he de pixibea the scene opened to the prison ers view when he succeeded in dig ging steps in the wall that would en able him to look through ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 27 October 1908

> y w Pa e < Ei ht r 1 4 r J ITHE WINCHESTER NEWS J x f Don v t f Suffer with f Indigestion x and pay unnecessary doctors bill by allowing yourself and family to eat impure foods when the best can be had Y at the same price Our line of dried fruits is now in and ready for your inspection H Fancy Prunes 1 12 l2c 15c end 20c per Ib Fancy Muir Peaches 15c T and 20c per ib Extra Fancy Apricots 20c per lb Lt < Werepresent one of the most reliable oyster firms in r Y Baltimore and receive a fresh shipment in four times a week All orders given prompt attention STOKELY ROUNSAVALL I Sole agents for Ferndell Pure Foods Chase 8 Sam Coffees and Teas Prices i Lard and Sausage Red Cross Flour Huylers Candies Bells Flowers I YOUNG MAN DYINBI l OF BLOOn POISON Taylor Lyttle of Jackson is Acci dentally Shot in Right Leg and Arm I JACKSON Ky Oct 27Suffer ihg from blood poisoning Taylor Lyttle a young Breatitt county man isat deaths door at the St Joseph < Hospital Lexington and although e...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 28 October 1908

< 1 re y < lOF > = I ALL THE WORD INoIW r1 = TTT > 7T > f r r1 1 t f > L I i > l I i 1 FOR THE YJ UI DING OF WINCHESTER LARK OUNTYA 1 D EASTERN KENTUCKY fiJ d k 1 tr T nu > WIN C Ii E s T EhfiN E W St r M f Y t y V 1 WEATHER i 1 t c Fairin West Rains in East > Tonight Probably Thurs day Heavy Frost in West A k VOL 1 NO15 WINCHESTER KY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 28 1908 f2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK I S DIES AS RESULT 1OFTHERUNAWAY i sdaytl tl c P night Mrs Bowden and Daughters Are Better jt jtt t William C s Shafer who had hi m skull fractured in the runaway while out driving Monday afternoon with J Mrs M Bowden and her two daugh ters Misses Nannie and Willa died at the St Joseph Hospital in Lexing ton Tuesday night at Q oclock with out ever regaining consciousness Mr Shafer was 46 years of age and resided with his mother Mrs Amanda J Shafer at Tena Alta West Virginia He was State Sec retary of the West Virginia Sunday School Association and had arrived in this c...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 28 October 1908

TEl w Y 1 l 5TT wr l 0 flItfJTwl 0 THE WIICHESTII NEWS 1 t FRODELTHS6TE I ALMRt INCREDIBLE yy a h EXPER h ENOEj UtAN PEASANT rtt 0 Shatttrect by Bullets of Soldiers De tailed for His Execution He Vet 2 Recovers from Terrible C Wounds Received Although the story about to be told ftutlfles the inclusion under the head Ing of a Real Life Romance it is a itory that deals more with death than with life and of an experience of a which not one man in a million sur oigesto tell the tale The first act of the tragedy beg a n In 1905 The Baltic provinces lay seething in revolt and the stern arm d of the Russian government was re pressing the rebels ruthlessly Among these rebels was an Esthon fan named Lust Only too well he knew the fate that awaited him If perchance he fell into the hands of a the imperial troops With them was no quarter only a brief trial anda treeBut But one day despite all efforts to escape Lust found himself a prisoner Justice was summary in Russia in I those troubled days...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 28 October 1908

flf f G > O i if 0 > r > > < f i 1 < 4 THE WINCHEiTEIl llEchr ± Ii HORIlCMIiJRE BUDDING PEACHES W t Macom Horticulturist of Can ada Tells How Work Is Done Donea pudding of peach trees is best per formed when there is still sufficient sap beneath the bark to permit the latter being easily raised with a knife On theother hand if the work is done when the tree is still growing vigor ously the bud is liable to be drowned out or in other words forced out by reason of too much sap and growth of the stock The stock which is to receive the bud should be at least threeeighths of an inch in diameter near the ground Peaches are usually budded on stocks which have grown from the stone the same year The lower leaves are rubbed off to a height of five or six inches to enable the bud der to work more freely A perpen dicuiarcut is now made in the stock 5 I The Art of Budding as near the ground as possible from an inch to an inch a half long and preferably on the north side of the ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 28 October 1908

Jr1 C r t t 0 J r x I 1 h 1J < I + a i i f < i7 li t Pa g Four + 01 iTHE WINCHESTER NEWS 4 I THE WINCHESTER NEWS An Independent Newspaper r > Published by > l The Winchester News Co r Incorporated t Office South Main Street Daily Except Sunday Entered at the Winchester Post Of fice as mail matter of the < second class j F SUBSCRIPTION RATES t r The Winchester News is delivered + fcy carrier at 10 cents per week By f mail in advance 5 t S S One year 300 Six months 150 One month 25 New Phone No 91 t WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 28 1908 > tWEDNESDAV yr CIRCULATION STATEMENT i State of Kentucky v Bounty of Clark IS S Clark B Tanner being duly sworn deposes and says that he is circu lation manager of The Winchester A News that as such circulation man ager he has charge of the number of papers that is run off each day that 1the press run for this the 27th day of October 1908 is 1050 copies CLARK B TANNER TANNERbefore ic Subscribed and sworn to before me I this the 27th day of Octob...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 28 October 1908

TI7TI TT I r L a t TTT J i r JI e s 1 C7i tin t + i j i1j j i VT r t t i A I r THE WINCHESTER NEWS Pace Five Id kH SOOIETY 1 r Modern Riding The days of our grandmothers + have passed and with them their aysBow shocked they would be to see their childrens children riding astride today As time goes on we too will i e e stranger things It is nothing more than natural that ideas should advance add vance along this line as they do along other Tues Sixty years ago ridingf f u astride through the streets people would have thought her mannish w most ungraceful and lost to all com r mon senae and modesty Today onlyt t proPer way to ride and some even pthink think it more graceful Picture your grandother exchang ing her long riding skirt for a di vid R ed one We can never associate the two or even think that she with F all her modesty sweetness and dig pity could dream of doing such a thing She would praise these jiyerses which I have seen some where Come back Come back men cry and scoff u Y...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 28 October 1908

TTi C W TITI t > > 4 2 S 3 o i > S rt > Page SjX Od 2 THE WINCHESTER NEWS = t OO O = i A Younger tii f I > By ROBERT W CHAMBERS I I r Author of The rChtinCChan Etc 1 A r Copyright 1907 by Robert W Chamber a3 3a3a aaaa3a3 a I 1 v 0 CKfcpterl LIXE RUTHVEN had not yet dared tell Selwyn that m her visit to his rooms was known to her husband UShe was now afraid of d t her husbands malice j afraid of Selwyns opinion afraid of Herself most of all for she understood i herself well enough to realize that If J conditions became intolerable the firs t 1 and easiest course cut Tot it would be ttie course shed take wherever It led I Whatever It cost or whoever was In V lve1 r E in addition to her dread and excfte r ent she was deeply chagrined and happy and although Jack Eluthveh + did not again refer to the tnafter nn j deed appeared to have forgotten It ItIh her alarm and humiliation remained complete for Gerald now came and j played and went as he chose and In j her disconcerte...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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