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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 22 January 1912

THE WINCHESTER MEWS. XT i-4 r THE NEW PLYMOUTH PATTERN OF STERLING SILVER Is the colonial pattern of to-day. It's simplicity of outline and refinement of decoration makes it ap propriate for use with any other colonial silver, old or new 3011 .may have. Call and see this new pattern. "JEWELER CH.BOWEN 5 O C IETY Marriage Announcement Mr. and .Mrs. T. E. Osborne an- aounec the marriage of tlicir daugh- (cr. Bessie, to Mr. S. B. Lisle, Feb- nary 17, 11)12, at 2 ::(). Xo cards .viU l)e issued, but friends and rela- lives are invited. Safely Located. A telegram Monday morning from Mi. D. T. Mat Wit and Mrs. S. P. Kerr stated that they arrived safeh Sunday morning at Clearwater, F'.;v. where they will peml the winter They will not ojen up their residence but will board for the winter. iMr. Robert Blackburn, of Stanton, is in the city. Mis Less Peddicord returnee' Saturday night from a visit to he sister, in Louisville. Misses Clyde .and Goldie Perrj and Utile niece. Perry Xelson, spent S...

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. — 22 January 1912

-"1 f " 3. . t V aw Fcinr. THE WINCHESTER NEWS When Yen Set This Trade Mark cn a Stsvs or Range You Can Depend Upon It Being ni Right MAIL ORDER HOUSES Charge as much for a cheap, poorly made imita tion of a good Stove or Rangs as we do for a Genuine Favorite We are locatsd here, and cannot afford to sell you a Stove' or Range that only appears good in a pic tureit must do the work satisfactorily and prove durable. We can make more profit on shoddy Stoves and Ranges, as they appear to be worth double as much as they really are. Stoves and Ranges must be made of good material and work manship to be reasonably durable the flues and interior construction that do not appear in a cut must be made right to operate properly. FA VORITE Stoves and" Ranges are the Standard of Quality the name of the Manufacturer is on them, and we guarantee them. GRANT WITT & CO. name! Ware We have a full assort ment of White Enamel Ware, the best that is at prices that will suit you. Be sure and see v ou...

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. — 23 January 1912

1 1 THE WIN CHESTER NEWS it - LAST EDITION 1 VOLUME 7; No. 80. i WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1912. 2 CENTS A COPY; 10 CENTS A WEEK I WEATHER I Fair and Slightly Colder. f TOBACCO SALES ARE REPORTED Between 150,000 and 175,000 Pounds Se4d at Prices From $18.75 to As Lew at $3.50. Tbe sale of tobacco was ojeucd at the (Planters' Loose Leaf Warehouse promptly at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning. There was between 150, 000 and 175.000 pounds sold. The grade was very dark and mean, with the exception of two-or three crops, whic lrwere of medium color. Among the crops that were sold was one belonging to J. C. Bryan & Son, of the North Middletown pre cinct, for which they received an average of $6.44. The highest pri ces that they were ever offered in tbe country was an average of $4.35. After all expenses for selling Mr. Bryan received $1.85 on the -hundred in excess what he had been offered. The prices ranged from $18.75 per liundred as low as $3.50. Among the best crops that...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 23 January 1912

A FateTwt. THEWIHCHESTcK IEWS. THE WINCHESTER NEWS Mce. IW-llj South Main Street Winchester, Kentucky. Dally, Except Sunday. "Entered as second-class matter November 28, 1908, at the postoffice ia Winchester, Kentucky, under thel let of March 3, 1879." 1 4 ; Both Phones 91.' SUBSCRIPTION RATES: By Mail Daily, one year $3.00 Six Months : 1.5P Oae Month .2.' Payable in Advance. ftaVEimSINt MATES: fdplay Hr Inch. 9w Qm, any ditio.. ...t .2,V Three turn, witfcia on nk. M Out week, eontbroonshj .... LOO 9m calendar mo., eontinnontlv 3.WI fonr reeks. 4 tinu a k. . . 2.i fow weekfe, three tune a wiek. 1.80 aekaf ftwo tines a week. L20 ! HcHca Per Line: mj eka, on turn a week .75 Ikmim notices, body type. . -7c P reading, bmb heading... 15c Tkxa euatiiinous inaertions of same tmm at doable the obc-ubis Tate. ClmHM PirWtr; OM inMrtioL, any editioa lc Three inaertions continuously .. 2o Saab three additional insertions. e Omf calendar mo., continuously. .10o Netking conn ted less than 10 word...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 23 January 1912

THE WINC heste R .HEWS. PateTrat, ( 1 THE NEW PLYMOUTH PATTERN -OF STERLING SILVER Is the colonial pattern of to-day. It's simplicity of outline and refinement of dtcoraion inakes it ap propriate for use with any other colonial silver, old or new you may have. Call and see this new pat tern, v r ' - JEWELER OH. BO WEN O C IETY D. A. R. Meeting j people enjoyed (he affair to the ut Ilart Chapter I). A R. will meci must. Friday afternoon at 230 o'clock ! , with Miss Miller. LadlCS Aid Thc Lndio' Aid of the ChiJ-tuui . t'hiuvh will meet next Thursday at 10 a. in., in the parlor of the church lo few for the poor. " Leap Year Dance. The young ladies will give a Leap Trar Dance Thm"hd:iy evening at ".he Auditorium. Saxton's Orches tra will furnish the nm-ic. . Birthday Party Miss Ira Browne c-nteiiniiicd at her home on Georgia avenue Monday afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock. Many games were played and a delightful i lunch "with ice cream and cake was served. T-ho-c pro-cut were: Fran ces Rawl...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 23 January 1912

Pay Few. THE WINCHESTER NEWS Having sold my farm, I will offer at public sale, on Thursday, January 25th, 1912, at-10 o'clock, a. m., on the premises known as the Har gis place miles from Winchester on the Paris pike, the following personal property : 1 bay inare, 0-year-old, iu foal to Hamilton Chief. Safe for women, aiid children to drive. 1 5-yearold pony, well broke, cart and harness. 1 7-ycar-old horse mule. 1 5-year-old mare mule. 1 4-year-old gelding, broke to drive. 2 graded cows, G-years-old, one due to calve February. 2 yearling heifers. 1 thoroughbred yearling Jersey beifcr, eligible to register. C 123-lb. shoats. 2 330-lb. meat bogs, ready to butcher. 130 ewes and 4 Southdown buck.-.; ewes due to lamb in March. 4 doz. 'White Leghorn pullets. 5 Xarraganctt turkey hens and one gobbler. 1 yearling Angora bill gcat, broke to work. TERMS $20.00 and less cash, all over $20.00 eight months with negotiable note at 6 per cent, interest. CHAS. A. TABOR H. R. WATTS, Auctioneer. The...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 24 January 1912

THE WINCHESTER NEWS WEATHER Fair and Slightly Colder. LAST EDITION I VOLUME 7; No. 81. WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1912. 2 CENTS A COPY; (0 CENTS A WEEK --v TOBACCO SALES OPEN PROMPTLY About 150,000 Pounds on the FJoor at The Planters' Loose Leaf Ware houseLarge Crowd Present. The tobacco sales at the Planters' Loose Leaf House were opened Jpromptly at 1 o'clock Wednesday afternoon -with about 130,000 pounds on the floor. There was a large crowd present and several buyers were in attendance. Bqih hous 'report receipts as being good and prospects, good foi large sales the rest of the week. The grade of tobacco is just about the same. There -will be sales at both houses Thursday and Friday. All of the tobacco was sold at prices ranging from $2 to $20. The following were some of the sales reported Tuesday by the Plan ters' Loose Leaf House: G. W. Lewis and Hadden; crop al prices ranging from $j 30 to $4.20. Thompson & Hodge; crop at price? ranging from $3.10 to $12...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 24 January 1912

V THE WINCH ESfcPr HEWS. IKE WINCHESTER. HEWS tce, 108-11 1 South Main Street, Winchester, Kentucky. Dally, Except Sunday. "Entered as second-class matter, Kovember 28, 1908, at tho postoffice m Winchester, Kentucky, under the let of March 3, 1879." Both Phones 91. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: By Mall. Daily, one year $3.00 Bix Months 1.50 One Month .25 Payable in Advance. ABVERTISINt RATES: 9i 1km. ur tiem .15 fkret Unit, withh one week. . .50 Om week, eontiaatmsly 1.00 Om calendar mm eontinuoHily 3.00 Fear weeks, 4 Urn a week. . . . 2.4'j If ear weekb, three timt as week 1.80 Tma weeks, two time a week. . L20 NeticM Par Unt: Few -weeks, om time weak. . . .75 . ftaiaae&s notices, body type...7c P reading, ns heading...- 15o fare eoatuiHous insertions of same ftaat at double the one-tins rate. CIHM Psr War.: Om iaaertiou, any edition lc Tkree maertions continuously .. 2d Back three additional insertions. c Om calendar no., continuously. .10o Hetking counted leas than 18 words. Mo item ch...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 24 January 1912

4 J. ) i THE NEW PLYMOUTH PATTERN OF STERLING SILVER Is the colonial pattern of to-day. It's simplicity of outline and refinement of decoration makes it ap propriate for use with any other colonial silver, old or new you may have. Call and sec this hew pattern. JEWELER C H. BO WEN IS O CIETY Dance at Auditorium The young Indies will give t dance it the Auditorium Thursday evening January 2.1, at 9 ::J0 ; All spectators vi'.l be charged oO cents admission. Appointed Sclicitor Jlr. "L. If. Bryan lias returned to lis home at Xortli lliddletown, after . three day' business and pleasure rip in this city. Mr. Bryan was ap minfed as a solicitor for the l'hiul rs' Loose Leaf Warehouse in the .Corth Middlctown and Little Koek )recinets. W. C. T. U. Meeting The W. C. T. U. will meet in tlic parlors of the First Methodist churdi on. Tliursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. An urgent appeal is made that all niembeis and those interested in the cause siiall be in'Csent. Old Tcwn Club A bu-inc-s meet...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 24 January 1912

y Pate Four. THE WINCHESTER NEWS " Having sold my farm, I will offer at public sale, on Thursday, January 25th, 1912, ktlO o'clpck, a. m., on the premises known as the Har gis place 2J miles from Winchester on the Paris , pike, thte following personal property : 1 bay mare, 9-year-old, in foal to Hamilton Chief. Safe for women and children to drive. 1 u-year-old pony, well broke, cart and harness. 1 7-year-old hcrse inule. 1 5-year-old mare mule. 1 4-year-old gelding, broke to drive. 2 graded cows, C-years-old, one due to calve February. 2 yearling lieifers. 1 thoroughbred yearling Jersey heifer, eligible to register. 6 125-Ib. shoafs. 2 330-lb. meat hogs, ready to butcher. 130 ewes and 4 Southdown bucks; ewes due to lamb in March. 4 doz. White Leghorn pullets. 5 Narragansett turkey hens and one gobbler. 1 yearling -Angora bill gcat. broke to work. TERMS $20.00 and less cash, all over $20.00 eight months with negotiable note at 6 per cent, interest. CHAS. A. TABOR H. R. WATTS, Aucti...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 25 January 1912

1 THE WINCHESTER NEWS 1 WEATHER LAST EDITION Fair art SNfMly CtMr. VOLUME 7: No. 82. WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1912. 2 CENTS A COPY; II CENTS A WEEK NO VOTE AS . YET TAKEN 0 r t Opponents to County Unit Bill Still Arguing at 2 O'clock Thursday. Session Continued. (Special to The News.) Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 23. (2 p. m.) Opponents to County Unit Bill, on the lloor. Session of Senate ex tended and body will remain in con tinuous session until bill reaches a vote. MR. D. T. Of Estate of Chas. P. Morgan, Amanda Morgan and Florence Johnson, Who Were Killed in Wreck. Mr. U. T. Ma Hack has been ap pointed administrator of Chas. P. Morgan, Amanda Morgan and Florence Johnson, the colored peo ple who were killed in a railroad wreck at Jonbsboro, Georgia, re cently. Catherine F. Bureh waived her light to administer the estate of G. W. Buich and Arnold Sams was appointed administrator. The fol lowing weie appointed appraisers: Clifton Gausboe, John Greening and Rodney Ganiboe....

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 25 January 1912

V ff-r .r.vff -.. . THE WINCHESTER HEWS. , . t .. . " ' N I I s 6 z I I I I B 1 6 1 r In Correct Styles and Perfect Fitting OERIIMC? Our Famous, I tor" Line-Foot Form is - Shoes For Children WE WILL -HAVE SPECIALS TO OFFER EACH WEEK. WATCH THIS SPACE THE WINCHESTER NEWS Mee, 108-11 1 Sooth Main Street, Winchester, Kentucky. Dally, Except Sunday. "Entered as second-class -matter, November 28, 1908, at the postoffice in Winchester, Kentucky, under the let of March 3, 1879." Both Phones 91. SUBSCRIPTION RATES:' By Mall. Daily, one year $3.00 Biz Months .'. 1.50 One Month 25 Payable in Advance. SrilS PAPEi REPRESENTED FCK'f CKdGt ADVERTISING EY THE GUN ERA L OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN Ali THE PRINCIPAL CITIES THE NEW LINE The reports from all sources point unerringly to the speedy building of the new Toalroad by the L. & X. through Winchester to Irvine, and on to the rich coal fields of Eastern Kentucky. In the Cincinnati Enquirer cf Wednesday, is the following item of...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 25 January 1912

THE WINCHESTER' NEWS. r ' Pate TUm. THE HEW PLYMOUTH PATTERN OF STERLING SILVER Is the colonial pattern of to-day. It's simplicity of outline and refinement of decoration makes it ap propriate for use with an other colonial silver, old or new 3'ou may have. Call and see this new pat tern. V This coupon and five cents will admit any scholar attending any of "the schools ;fn Winchester at .' The Lyric Theatre, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 27th. Bring this Coupon. ARTIS & CO JEWELER CH.BOWEN OPTICIAN ( r "V s O C IETY Berryman Vaughn Mr. Elmer Berryinan, aged 29. .son of Mr. V. 2iL Berryman. and Mib Flora Yaughn, aged -6, tlie daugh ter of Mr. Ja. Vaughn, were mar lied in this city Wedne-day. Both are of this countr. Informal Reception Mrs. John Keec and Mrs. V. W. I5u-h entertained on Wednesday af- teiuoon with a beautil'ul informal reception at Mr?. Bitr-h's charminvr bungalow on Maple street. Carnations and violets were used jujrofnsely a.-i ilecorations with an indescribable eff...

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. — 25 January 1912

in Chester, CLASSIREO COLUMN SATURDAY-LAST DAY. "Just 2 Days More Of CURRY DRY GOODS CO.'S Gigantic Sale." ' i i Winchester's retail records show no parallel to the phenomenal selling this week and it grows greater as the end of this stupendous sale draws near. Saturday to be the biggest day of all more extra sales-ladle's will be on hand to serve all promptly. Obey that impulse! Provide and Profit! Buy and Benefit! Be here Satur day sure. It is the one last and only chance to save money as you never saved before. SPECIAL MINUTE SALES SATURDAY 9:30 to 10 A. M. 25c India Linen 10c yd. 10 yards to a customer. 11 to 11:30 A. M. 8 l-3c Apron Gingham . 2 l-2c yd. No more than 5 yards to a customer. 1:30 to 2 F. M. 10c Embroidery lc yd. No more than 10 yards to a customer. 2:30 to 3 P. M. 50c Red Table Damask 29c yd. None sold to Dealers. - 3 to 3:30 P. M. ' Hope Cotton 3 l-2c yd. No more than 5 yards to customer. 3:30 to 4 P.M. $1.50 yard wide Taffeta Silk ' J9c yd' A FEW- EXAMPLES OF TH...

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. — 26 January 1912

f THE WINCHESTER NEWS 1 WEATHER Rain cr Smw Sattrday LAST EDITION 2 CENTS A COPY; (0 CENTS A WEEK WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1912. VOLUME 7; No. 83. AGED BOURBON COUNTY MAN Mr. James M. Barlow Passes Away at The Home of His Son, After Illness of Five Months. Paris, Ky., Man. '26. Mr. James M. Barlow, a highly rejected citi zen of Bom hoii ccunty, died Wed nesday at the home of his son, Mr. J. Allison Bailow , on the Commis sion and Hawkins pike. 'He was 71 years of age, and had been ill about five months. Mr. Bai low's father was Thomas Barlow, and his mother before her marriage, was a Miss Cantrill. He married Miss "Mollie Sudduth, -who has been dead many years, and is survived hy one daughter, Mrs. C O. Wortsell, of Dean, O., and one son, 3Ir. J. Allison Barlow, with whom he made his home. Two brothers also survive Mr. Joseph B. Barlow, of Helena, Ark., and Mr. Cliff Barlow, of Barlow City, Ballard county, Kentucky. Mr. Barlow was a magistrate of Bonrboir county in ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 26 January 1912

1 i". , TUC wiNnHCAtp NEWS. i i i ."4 Hi 2 2 id s I 2 i 1 I v, If i 0 vfyn , I' 'B9 tfiK 76" Ve 3i fcrj 3ft 3 i I; CO I; wti?6 fit.. ..fir t tit . cite .9 . I W IIWMTEB NEWS - , , . .... Mtot, 109-111 South Main Street, Winchester, Kentucky. Daily, Except Sunday. Entered as second-class matter. November 28, 1008, at the postoffiee kt Winchester, Kentucky, under the let of March 3, 1879." Both Phones 91. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: By Mall. Daily, one year $3.00 Six Months 1.50 One Month .25 Payable in Advance. ABVERTlSIHf RATES: ' ' BUpkyhr to. amy iitio..........f A'- withia om iraak. . J5( Om week, eontiamrasly LOf Om eakadar mo-, continuouily- 3.0( few weeks, '4 tiatM a wA 2. few weeks, three tue m week. J .81 Heat weeks, two times s week. . 1.2 INiUm RftleM-Ftr Une: ftar weeks, one time a week. .7.' Muh notioes, body type 7t Pv reading, news heading... 15 Jkree eoatuiuous insertions of sami Jtaa at double the one-iisie rati MtMHkd Par Wsri: Dm faMMrtioL, any editioa 1 Three asertions co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 26 January 1912

? v lf.- fHCWrilCHl-STER ilEws; " ; ' Pate Htm. If I A GREAT MANY People are taking advantage of these quiet days to clean up their silver and brass articles about the house. We have the best things in the world lor that purpose. All .arc guaranteed to do the work as represented. JEWELER C H. BO WEN s O C IETY JPTIC1AH j II Leap Year Dance Tlie .v.mi;r hiuie.- of the city en tertained Thursday cvenius with an enjoyable Leap Year Dance at tie Auditorinfu. Tlie niu-ic -v:is fur nislied bv Saxton's Orchestra. The dance proved to bo one of the j mot delightful that has ever been given in this city.. Anions the out-of-town uc.- nvere. Messrs;. Kd. Hojrie." David Chenault, William Woudford. J. C. Gaitskill, Henry Pro.vjtt. of Jit. Sterling: Mr. Tobias Write, of Dan ville; Messrs. Han-on Thomas. Bay lor VanMeter, William Houd. Whit field Hall, Bryan Ballard. William Ilayman, of Lexinjrion; Mr. Carroll Jones, of Mt. "Sterlinjr: Mi.-ses Kate TIeadle'y, Eunice Urower, Man. Leonard Caatle, of ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 26 January 1912

c s ' nt mr i'fi3A , -v Paae Few. THE WINGHESTEK NEWS It HTOWN GOES OVERWHELMINGLY WET TV Mramen, Who Paraded the Streets And Worked ct Polls Last Elec Uan, Were Eloquently Absent. " Georgetown, Ky., Jan. 2(5. Georgetown went 'wei"' Thursday lly the overwhelming majority of 551 to 38, the "dry.-? practically al lowing -Mic election to go by default. As a result tjiis year's registration was much smaller than that of four years -ago, when the city was in a flourishing condition. yJCo money was usad Thursday, and many floaters refused to vote. "'The plea was set up by some of tlie leaders that the County Unit JJill -would pass anyhow, and it was unuecesary to vote at the city elec tion. Moreover, the "drys" have been declaring that they will test fhe legality of the call for the elec tion. No demonstration of any kind occurred, the voting passing off quietly. The women, who paraded the streets with their children and worked about the polls at the last election, were eloquently absent ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 27 January 1912

j THE WINCHESTER NEWS AST EDITION VOilUE 7; Ne. 84. WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1912. 2 CENTS. A COPY; II CENTS A WEEK WEATHER Sunday Fair and Cir 4 ' -I ( 1 rm FARM TO BE SOLD f Ccnsists of 243 Acres, Lying Near Cane Ridge, In Bourbon County. Nicely Improved. In an advertisement 511 another page, Mr. David .Pi-cwift announces the sale on February o of the farm of -Mrs. L. IL Prcwitt, consisting of 243, acres, lying nearCane Ridge, Bourbon county, Ky. Possesion trill be given March 1. This farm is mostly in grass, lias on it a large colonial dwelling house, a ten-acre tobacco barn, a large stock bam, a tenant house and all necessary outbuildings, all in good repair, is well fenced, and all the;met ,lis (lcath ;nst.intlj. boundaries well supplied with water. See ad. for terms. AFTER-SCHOOL CLUB nUnillLLU IlLllL'cral services will.be held at St. Misses Trend and McManus Repre sent National Organization Fr School Children in This City. The After School Club of Ameri ca,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 27 January 1912

Hf.. I THE WIHCHT HEWS. - 1 j Pi VrtQ 3 . r a 9u 0;. 4n JIMHESTER NEWS Mice. IM-III Smith Main Street, .Winchester, Kentucky. , Daily, Except Sunday. "Entered as second-class matter, November 28, 1908, at the postoffice is. 'Winchester, Kentucky, under the ' 4ct of March 3, 1879." Beth Phenes 91. SUISCRIPJION RATES: By Mall. Daily, one year $3.00 Bix Months 1.50 One Month .25 Payable in Advance. ' AIVHTISIM KATES: amy tiom.. iritha ou WMk. . J0 Dm WMk, eostiawmaly 1.00 Om aleadar mo-, eeatianoHly- 3.00 Wen. web, 4 tima a waak. . . . JL0 Isd nib, thru tiffin m waek. 1.8t Tn wacks, two tim a mck. . 1.20 ' aa Maticat P Um: "few waaka. on tin a weak. .75 BaaiwMi notices, tody typa...7c PtT reading, am headiag. . . 15c ffeaa eoa&iuons insertions of samr turn at double the ona-tiiae Tate CtMHM Per Weri: CJm iaaartiob, any cditiom 1 fbaa.msertions continuously .. 2 hah Ikrea additional insertions. l Bm eakwdar o., continuously. -10i VattiBC counted less than 16 words. Ho itea charged o...

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