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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 19 February 1912

THE WINCHESTER NEWS. r bun iff i 1 g 1 i 1. ARTIS & CO uu i OF Class Every Pay Watch Public Sale y v - .4 JEWELER i-i nrVAT-W CPTHUAN CALL AND SEE IT HHBHHHBHBaiHHHBWi S 0 CIETY pcj - Pretty Party flfr. and Mrs. Roger Jones enfer ained a number of boys and girls" Tuesday nigat at their home near Tulip. Among the guests were: Misses Xanna Lou Owen, Polly l'ar ido, Hattie Owen, lEuuicc Owen, Alma ITa11, Florndce and Agnes Henry, Mattfa and Mary Davis. Messrs. John Newt Henry, Den Owen, David Irwin, Stanley Bailey, Howard and Jim Parido, Lcwi, Da vi and Gilbert Hubert Ail report a jolly time. Amateur Piay An amateur play "The Toy Shop" is to be given in this cjty soon, under 'the auspices of the King's Dang'.ilers Eastern Star A meeting of the Eastern Star vill be held Wednesday afternoon at tli? Fraternity Building at 2:30 o'clock. Every member is urged to be present. -Preparations for the visit of tli Grand Worthy Matron aro to be made. ' x M. C. Club The M. . Club will meet on W...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 19 February 1912

THE WINCHESTER NEWS r y ONLY 12 MORE DAYS SKATING. Auditorium Rink Closes Sat. March SOMETHING NEW EVERY MIGHT THURSDAY NIGHT Big Masquerade. $5.00 in Gold to 1st, pair Richardson Skates to 2nd. $1.00 worth skate tickets to 3rd. FRIDAY NIGHT Most graceful gentleman skater $2.00. worth skate tickets, most graceful lady skater $2.00 worth skate tickets. f MONDAY NIGHT Broom Ball, Auditorium Team vs. Win ' Chester Giants. U TUESDAY NIGHT Most graceful skating couple (lady and gentleman) $3,00 worth skate tickets. WEDNESDAY NIGHT 1 Mile Race, $1.50 Manhattan Shirt (Bean and Bloomfield barred), Winner of this race eligible to Championship Race February 28th, AFTERNOONS 2 TO 5 ADMISSION AND SKATES 10 CENTS. NIGHT, 7 T0 10, ADMISSION 10 CENTS, SKATES 15 CENTS, '.Y ftae Few. ANNOUNCEMENT , Owing to our increasing business, we find we need more room, so we have leased the YARD on Broadway, formerly occupied by Royse & Boone. We will carry a full stock of Coal, Feed, Fence, Salt, Fertiliz...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 20 February 1912

I THE WINCHESTER NEWS WEATHER Weather Unsettled VOLUME 7; No. 104. ROYAL ARCANUM OFFICERS ELECTED Daniel Boone Council, Xo. 1070 jRoyal Arcanum, Monday night elected the following officers for the ensuing term: Leo Ramsey, Regent. Roy E. Smith, Past Regent. Sam W. Willis, Vice Regent. Dr. E. R. Bush, Secretary. R. C. -Prewitt, Collector. C. E. Lyddane, Treasurer. J. C. Ramsey, Chaplain. J. D. Sousley, Guide. W. E. Strode. Warden. J. T. Luman, Sentry. Dr. W. A. Bush, Medical Exam iccr. X. K. Foster, J. W. Rupard and R C. Prewitt, Trustees. Leo Ramsey, Representative. C. E. Lyddane, Alternate. A Correction The Order of Eastern Star will meet Saturday afternoon at 2:30 at the Fraternity building instead of Wednesdaj- afternoon. All members urged to be present. TOBACCO SALES The Planters Loose Leaf House opened their sales Tuesday morning with about 125,000 pounds on the floor. The quality was nothing ex tra, but prices ware from $2 to .$4 on the hundred better than they have ever, been...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 20 February 1912

.frag im. THEfMSTER NEWS GttMOS-lTI 'Souffl Main Strce A w Winchestar, Keatucky. ,w Daily; Except Sunday. ;' EnterefL as second-class matter, November 28, 1JJ08, at the postoffice id Winchester, Kentucky, under the Let of March 3, 1879." Both Phones 91. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 1 By Mail. Daily, one year 3.00 Six Months 1.50 One Month - .25 j J" "'Payable in Advance. ABVERTISIRI RATES: MjltalaWi,, . iT ImaA PIIRVmRJ "I BMMPMU Gmj tim, any &tioB... ....... 9 M tare tiaM, withia oh waek.. .60 Om week, continuously 1.00 Om flilcsdar moM contiBuontly- 3.00 Fear weeks, 4 hmn a nmk 2.4J1 Fear wMkfi, tires time m week. 1.80 Fato'iraeksj two times a week. . 1.20 HmhSri Nzttcw Par Um: Few weeks, one time a week. .75 BvaaeMBbtices, kody type 7c PiVei'reaaing, nna heading. .. 15a three eofitiimocis insertions of same '- JteBt' at donhle the ont-tiae rate. Classified Par Wers: Om iisertioK, any editioa lc Chree insertions continuously .. 2o ESk teiree additional insertions. o Om calendar no., co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 20 February 1912

aaaaaaar1' Tv -7"" -T? , v-"Ji7 jwfr- r- -".PV- -"TB wLL- A-! L ; j A LH' J JL - " " ' THE WIIICHESTEB HEWS. " ' ' " " ' PaieTfrw. t'H . J 1 ' ' J v PMBHHBBHBMBB BaaaBaBaBBBaaaBaBaaaBaaaaaaaBBaaBBBBaBaaaaaaaaaaBaBP l k' y ill y Ti 1 1 Buys 3v6ior0(f First! 8 5 s' . lq rypaywh i ENAMEL WARE SALE I m , HCH.BOWEN S ; On.yafew.eft ' ( ' ' ' "i" redUCe OUr Stock Of " fl m . .. CALL AND SEE IT -- Enamel wg decided . j We have cut the to place on sale for the next few H r I P T V w prices d6wn to the day s One Special Lot of Gray Enamel Ware I vi Id 1 I ' very last cut. at the Rediculously low price of I r g 555 If you are interested ' , " H Birthday Celebration Long's. . Real gardaing THIRTY-TWO CENTS I Mrs. Jas. Kainey celebrated her Mrs. Carrie Buekner was tlie host'- . J , - " seventy-third birthday Sunday with ess for a delightful farewell lunch- it will pay yOU 1 'TVlQeO Crnriftcs QVO fV? f VlO "VTOVTT aS nn elaborate dining at her home at eon to Mrs. McGrath, and a number to See the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 20 February 1912

I r 5 Pane Fw. THE WINCHESTER NEWS Ask Your Doctor Stops Falling Hair An Elegant Dressing Destroys Dandruff "Makes Hair Grow AYER'S HAIR VIGOR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISE! BITS le a ward fir a WAKE WAKE UP! DOES NOT COLOR THE HAIR Kc a wtnj ftr Htm SVtfMS. .1. C. ATTn (VlVPAVT. TwH. Jit a ward fir aaah It is not merely the passing of called for merchan dise over the counter at & profit it is the creating a demand for the merchandise on your shelves the sell ing of a class of merchandise that makes each sale another sale, and keeping the people informed of the nature and prices of the bargains in store for them. THE WINCHESTER NEWS Is the most result-getting medium employed by the business men of Winchester to-day. It reaches more homes and is read by more people than any paper pub lished in the County.' IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE No intelligent man will deny that the volume of his business is increased by thorough and systematic advertising. The increase in a year's business invar iably more...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 21 February 1912

THE WINCHESTER NEWS WEATHER nesday nifht er Thursday, fNwd by fair caWer temperatire. ... LAST EDITION ..VOLUME 7; No. 105. WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1912 2 CENTS A COPY; II CENTS A WEEK FAMOUS PEACE E Mr. Hamilton Holt To Deliver an Ad dress on "The Federation of the WwW." Mr. Hamilton Holt will deliver a free lecture in. the chapel of Ken tucky Wesleyan Colegc on Wednes day evening. The subject -will Ibc "The Federation of the World." It is pecularily filling that on the eve of the birth anniversary of George Washington, America's great est advocate of peace, that such a lecture by such a famous peace worker as Mr. Holt should be deliv ered here. A large crowd will doubtless be present. TICKETS ON SALE FOR SKOVGAARD PERFORMANCE. Tickets are en sale at Strode'-; Drug 'Store for Skovgaard'-s mnsi cale to be given, in the drawing room of Miss Mary Belle Fieid Miller's residence, in this city. Admission. 75 cents. MR. R. T. G. IS LAID TO Impressive Ceremonies Condu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 21 February 1912

- 43l 4Vft -1 r-.V l. ..,tHEWIWCH$TK HEWS. ,-t ft S f ? ft I ft I I 9 . THE WIMCHESTIR NEWS : " T". Mice. in-Ill Srath Main Street, riliesttr.Kwtcky. Dally, Except Sunday. "Eatered as second-class matter, Xtrember 28, 1908, at the postoffice - Mf 1 . a- niacncsier, i3racy, nnaer me aaUrf Marck 3, 1879." Both Phffe SUISCRIPTIOIf RATES: lyMalL .Dairy, oae year $3.00 Six Months 1.50 Oae Month 25 ,vPayaMe in Advance. MVERTItlM ' RATES aay afitioa f M witkii oat aaak. . 0 Dm weak, contiaBouriy LOO Om Taadar mo eoatiamoailjr- 3.00 1W wMks, 4 tiaM a tn(. . . . 2.40 Pear weeks, tarn tu m M week. 1.80 Twsx weeks, two time a week. . L20 Tou weeks, one tiBM a week. . - .75 BcaiaeM notices, bod) ype. ..7o Paw i-, aim edi... 15o Vane eoatmaoas insertions of same JUai at oMe the oat-tine rate. CUnHM , Par Wara: 8m fcMro, anyveditioa . . lc fkree iasertieas eoatbraeasly 2o skree additional insertions. c bio., eonUHuoaaly. .10o Tetktag aesnted less than 19 words. Mo item charge ea hooka for Sees tk...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 21 February 1912

( Tl WldCHESTEd HEWS. PafC'THrwt. r"T r 5J? Buys a Good First Class Every Day Watch JEWELER iTV f-l RrkAF"iy OPTICIAN CALL AND SEE IT O C I E TY Brocks J ohnscn George Urooks, aged :53, and lir-s Xannie Helle Johnson, aged 24, wc;e married in this cityTuofday aflcrnoon. The bride is flie daugh ter of Xc'.vttm Juhuon. Both are of this county. Open Air Concerts . The V. of A. Hand" ami l)f-ehe-irn are mnSiiiig arrangements-U given open air concerts on', the pub lie square every Sunday afternoon during the months of June, July -and August and Scpfemlcr iroviiled the citizens will give tlicm the right kind of. support. It i? hoped tfie citizens will see the imjjoitnuce of these eui vrts and do their j):ut. A more moral and innocent amusement i'oi both old and young than the-c con certs cannot be had. The band waiiU to assure tlie citizens of Winchester that tfey will appreciate their cooperation. Easter Sale The ladies of the Methodist church will have an Kastcr .-ale Saturday bcfoie En...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 21 February 1912

THE WINCHESTER NEWS BUILDER S HARDWARE We have just received a complete line of Hard ware. If you are think ing ofbuildingletus fig ure with you. Our stock is up to date. Our prices are right. FRANKLIN HARDWARE COMPANY H. H. FRANKLIN, Prop. (Successors to J. K. Allen) TheNew Depositor In this bank may be assured of receiving direct persona! a Ken ties and prompt service. All we ask is an opportunity to serve yon thai we may prove tke quality of our banking service. We invite you to call and see as. Citizens National Bank Cecaer llaia and South Court Street. Winchester, Ky. Near Court Houtcv .) BLAMED A GOOD WORKER. ' "I blamed my heart for severe distress in my left side for two years," writes W. Evans, Danville, Ya., "but I know now it was indiges- tion, as Dr. King's New Life Pills completely cured me." Best for stomach, liver and kidney troubles, icnstipation, headache or debility. r5 cents at All Dniggisls. OPEN LETTER Imagine, if you can, a beautiful, iiluable, Kentucky florae ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 22 February 1912

1 - VmT THE WINCHESTER NEWS WEATHER i Fair ami Wanner TfcwrSMy mi Friday. LAST EDITION VOLUME 7; Ne. 106. WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1912. 2 CENTS A COPY; II CENTS A WEEK i 4 1 I I ft It 3 SUPPUES FOR NEW GARAGE Are Ta le Purchased in Cincinnati by Messrs. Fishback and Wood, the Praprieters. Messrs. James Fishback and Wal lace Wood, of the firm of Fishback k Wood, left Thursday to attend the (Cincinnati Automobile yJioiv, and to purchase supplies for the new garage which they will open in this city on March 4. . The location trill be at the stand formerly occupied by the Winches ter Garage. Messrs. Fishback ana Wood have contracted with the Studebaker Com pany for the agency for the E. M. F. and Flanders cars, and prospects are bright fortbe success of the new Arm. UNITED AMERICAN MECHANICS Eider J. D. Hunter, Special National Deputy Councilor, Institutes Coun cil Of His Order at Paris. Elder J. D. Hunter, Special Na tional Deputy Councilor of the Junior Order Unit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 22 February 1912

s Hi 3- m 910 (. !( " r :! t i I PONTfltfr FOR BUYERS IN FOOTWEAR 1. M '2nd, Style and fit. 3rd. Manufacturer's " .. but not le ast ) PRICE. We- have them 55.W M $4.5 $4.50 SIM Fttt Form Educator Shoes For Children Salesmen: Ray Patterson Charley Finnell Minter Wheeler Clarence Bean T WINCHESTER NEWS Office, 109-11! South Main Street, Winchester, Kentucky. Daily, Except Sunday. "Entered as second-class matt6r, November 28, 1908, at the postoffice in Winchester, Kentucky, tinder the tct of March 3, 1879." Both Phones 91. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: By Mall. Daily, one year $3.00 Six. Months : 1.50 One Month Payable in Advance. m:; KiPfcR Kfcf fitSLtlTt.i IUK i JK-H ASVcRrisiitG cr the G-NERAL. CFFICCi. UZW YORK ANO CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALi. THK PRINCIPAL CITIC GEORGE WASHINGTON George Washington, the man whope birth we celebrate today, was born in West Jloreland county, Vir ginia, 180 years ago today, February 22, 1732. He was the bon of Au gustine Washington and bis second wife, Mary Ball. H...

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

cam Buys a Good First Class Every Day Watch 3f WwpliesUr Opera House CLASSIFIED 'AMfEimtUfHTl ONE NIGHT ONLY Ic a wwtf fir a ataak a F FRIDAY, FEB 23, 1912 zc a war far II ARTIS & CD sartleiu. ftc wra faf. apak. strUaa. JEWELER f nrilC-kl dPTIDUN 10c a WKi par amtt. Scattcrei hwarlaaa, la par aaM pal InserUm. Cfathlni Intartai far. has lhaa ta CALL AND SEE IX The Show that Never Grows Old THE FAMOUS A PAIR COUNTRY KIDS A Comedy Drama in 4 Acts Special Scenery Singing and Dancing Specialties -1- C IETY far tou thaa B 6 5 iC I I. Stung One day I met a maiden fair, With golden locks byond compare; I XTote an ode upon her hair, Enthralled quite by her tresses rare. I lost my heart, but didn't care. I called one fatal morning where She lived, to lay my secret bare, All unannounced by trumpets Ware. To go again I'd never dare, For -when I met her on the stair Her elm ruling tresses were not there; She'd left them hanging on a chnii. somewhere. ": Maysvillc Ledger. Delicious Menu. The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 22 February 1912

At Auditorium Skating Rink THURSDAY NIGHT BIG MASQUERADE S5w 4v THURSDAY NIGHT Big Masquerade; in gold to 1st; pair Richardson Skates to 2nd; worth skate tickets to 3rd. NIGHT I Wind Storm Sweeps Through Out- -Skirls Of Shrevepc-rt, Destroying I Life and Property. Other Towns Hit. Shreveport, La.. Feb. 22. Eight Persons are dead and about fifty in jured as the result of a tornado which swept through the Western suburb of Shreveport late Tuesday. All the dead are negroes -with the exception of the two months old ba by of A. J. Mnnheini, whose heme was demolished. The baby's body was found a block from the Mariheim residence. A number of negro cabins were de- FIGHT DEAD GREA TORNADO ANNOUNCEMEMENT OK Judah & Feld, Prop's. OF THE STAR STORE To whom this may be of interest we take this means to remind you that the prices we quoted last week on merchandise will hold good until March 1st FOR CASH ONLY. Read a few of the mauy bargains we have for you and sec if it isn't to your interes...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 23 February 1912

- ------ i STER NEWS T EDITION VtLVME 7; Ne. 107. WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, ISI2. 2 CENTS A COPY; II CENTS A WEEK - " ' . ' ' , i , x R " WEATHEB . urday. i i n ww i i Ail .tti ti A ih CROWD ATTENDS SALE la Spite ef Inclement Weather, The Prices Fer Live Steck And Farm nts Are Geod. H. IL Wafts, auctioneer, reports the stale" of E. K. Alien, near Beek BerviUc, on Wednesday, February 21, as attended by a large . crowd, in epite of tlie -worst weather of the season. IPiiccs were as follows: 30 bead of COO pound heifers, $27.50 -per head. Pair of 8-year-old work mule?, $390. 1 4-vear-old horse mule, $178. 1 8-year-MJorse mule, 156. "Jersey eow, S(i.' Cow and calf, $56. 30 shonts, weiglit about 125-tbs., $5 per head. Several brood sows, $10 to $16 'each. 25 ewes with lambs, $7.25 each. Lot awes without lambs, $5 to $G. Corn in crib $-1 per barrel. Lot of Plymouth Rock hen J, 45c to 5pc each. Farming implements sold at good prices. Died, on February 14, at his home near ...

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

if ' ME WINCHESTER HEWS 2ir (MMCM HiS&S2s A ' -, ' M K . ., a: rjrr - - ms schoberth mus headache! BUILDER'S HARDWARE 'lH If f ftlrtChfettr, Kentucky. .arnings are i,nt flnu pain Protests Against Legislature Med- " EXPERT TAILOR Gently But Tnorou9n,y CiWnse Your ' 1 ji Hu' DaMy, Except SwUlay. or ache in the back, warns you the dlihg With His- Call For Primary ...Liver, Stomach And Bowels And K ,.r ! lJ Kidneys need attention if you woutf fnMhe Seventh District. ok. Gus j. Hunt, an expert taibi ,You Fcel Great By corning s . . , K .."T!"?" "er escape those dangerous inaK-ulies repenting the Goldman-feman ' . WeJiaVe JUStreCeiVeO. K Kavember 28, 1908, at the postoffiee Dropsy Diabctcs or Bright's 'dis- Lexington, Ivy., lea. 23.-Con: clotW .c,, ;1)e .lt niy Wre bilious, you have a throbbing - M Pi t & ? W"estf' ky' lhC case. Take Electric Bitters at once grennn Campbell Cautrill Timr,- J take 01lei.m. tililm..ma(T; tion in your head, a bad taste a COmt)lete lllie Of Haf (1 et ...

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

TKE WtWCHgSTEir 1ICWS. ' . .1 Byys a Good First Class Every Day Watch SPRING COATS ! Don't forget when JEWELER U CXklLAir-W OPTICIAN 1 it A CALL '. AND SEE IT in tne maraei hmr a Stoves! L V s O C I E T Y Delightful Lucheon Dmiiijr intermission at the Young Mail's Dance AYcdnesday evening, a delightful luncheon was given by Messrs. Kid Allen, Joe Tucker, Lati mer Allan and -"Frank MeGuffiu at Vcnnilion & Longs Tea Room. Thoo present were .Mr, . Kid Allen and Jliss Cora Baldwin; Joe Tucker and MNs Mildred Juhnsoiij: Latimer Allan nmV' Mis Catherine Withers, and Frank MeGufiin and Miss Cornolia Keniek. Mrs. A. It. Baldwin very charmingly chaperoned the party. Lyric Party Mrs. Henry IT. Phillips entertninod on Thursday evening .with a Lyric parly, in honor of IXIrs. J. C. Toler, of Gale-ooro, 111., who is one of Win chester's loveliest visitors. Following the pciformanre, which was thoroughly enjoyed, the paity was served 'with delightful hot choc olate, club tea. sandwiches and ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 23 February 1912

i, THE WINCHESTER NEWS 9 I Further Moclions Our Store .will be closed all Friday afternoon in order to mark down our stock. In order to stock by the first of the month we are going to mark every thing in our store room from 15c to 25c less to the Dollar. . You cannot afford to miss this opportunity if you need anything in our line. We are offering all our stock at less than manufactur er's price. Be sure and come in Court Day and be convinced for your self that we are offering the best bargains ever offered in the city of Winchester. Don't forget the place, Jone's Building, N. Main St. Look for Bankrupt Sign. P. H. Davis H. FRIEDMAN, Mg'r. BIG WALL From 25 to 50cts reduction on all old stock of Wall Paper. Don't wait come .in early and get first choice. We also wish to call your attention to the fact that our New Samples are arriving daily, and if you are thinking of bu3'ing anything in our line it will pay you to call and inspect our Hue before buying. We have the most complete sto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 24 February 1912

"fir' WINCHESTER NEWS 3 WEATHER EDITION Rain Saturday NfcjM ami SumMly; Warmer Saturday Nifht; Cefckr Swiday Nhjht. VOLUME 7; Ne.f. WINCHESTER, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1912. 2 CENTS A COPY; II CENTS A WEEK IfllJ lit PRIZES . ARE AWARDED Mis$; Emw Tkttapswi Wins One 0e Ami Mr. Jtefeert Lee Bean Car ries Off The Other. At the Auditorium Friday evening the" prize offered to the most grace ful lady skater ws awarded to Miss Emma Thompson. "Mr. Robert Lee Bean earned off the prize offered for the best gentle man skater. . A large crowd was present for the ntest. WAITS EPORTS GILLASPIE Crewd Was Present at Farm McClwe Pike, And Satisfac tory Prices Are Secured. 2 Mr. H. R. Watts, auctioneer,- re ports the sale of J. C. Gillaspie, oi: the'McClure pike, at the T. L. Holli day farm Friday morning, as fol lcirs a One-pair of aged mules, $140. One mare mule eolt, $97. One-horse mule colt, $79. . One jennet, 8-years-old, with first class jack at side, $340. ..One jennet, 2-years-old, $...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 24 February 1912

'- iafe, .Vf-P:.t):.. , ; -A- . ?-!U '"i- r'r: V" ', . - its' - .V - M Hi if 3h -2.'" k. y " ' 2rUT MU f' lb ' ai-v i : . i.i r I ztv,u r.-r, - tit v-.tr. - ----- i K. X'-X - M WIHGHESTER NEWl Mee, in-Ill Srath Main Street Mnckesfer, Kentucky. Daily, Except Suntfay. "Entered as 'second-class matte i frovember 28, 1908, at the postofflct in Winchester, Kentucky, tinder tht let of March 3, 1879." Beth Phenes 91. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: By Mail. Daily, one year $3.00 8iz Months 1.50 One Month . .25 Payable in Advanced s isSVESmSISfr KATES: Sltplay Per iacfe 'few tisia, any edltiom. .........ft .2 hae. withis ona weak.. Dsn week. continnonaly 1.0( Oit calendar mo., continuously 3.0( Fosr weeks, 4 tines a watt. . . . 2. Four trfeks, Jhrrj time ea week. 1.8U Fosj Teks, two tine a -week.. L2 Retting Rctices Per Line: Four wteks. Tw time a week... .75 Pur reading. nK heading... 15 Three CMitiunons insertions of same Rtm at double the oae-osc rate. Class!ari Per Wert: bV iBMrticm. any editioa le...

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