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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 9 November 1908

V J i Ti V s R J P t 7 TNl WINCHESTER MEIYSP lna S u I K MEMORY OF THE PAST Th Unalloyed Joy That Cams With the Little Red Scarf T rz was wondering the other day daywhat what one thing had given me the most 1 pleasure in the world said the village deacon I had to go back a long W y8 clear back Into the blessed San ta Claus daysbut I recalled It It was a scarf I found in my stocking one bright Christmas morning I got a red one and my brother got a blue one I was a mighty proud boy that I morning as I trudged downtown with that red scarf around my neck I wore it every day until the birds be gan to sing in the springtime and the kids were hunting up their marbles I dont now remember who gave it to me nor what became of it but I do know that the memory of it still clings like a benediction Since the days of that little red Bcarf I have had things of far more intrinsic value I have worn lodge emblems of high degree I have had a af f gold watch and chain I once had a pair of shoes that co...

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. — 9 November 1908

< ilI < I r to l S r r > aue Eight THE WINCHESTER NEWS Y We carry all Good Things that are necessary I to Make Your Reception or Card Party a Success r i Champignons French Peas Imptd Spanish Peppers 1 Lobster andPotato Potato Chips Insure You Guests Good a Time by Buying Your Fancy Groceries from STOKEIX ROUNSAVALL Powder Dynamite Sole agents for Red Cross Flour Prices lard and Sausage Ferndell Pure Foods Chase S Sanborn Coffees and Teas Hiiylers Candy uu1ri NAT C GOODWIN AND I i MISS GOODRICH WED Ceremony is Performed by Bos Ion Justice of the Peace Boston Nov 9Nat < Goodwin the comedian and Edna Goodrich r + wellknown actress who formerly starred with Mr Goodwin were mar ried at the home here of Mr Good wins mother The ceremony was I performed by a justice of the peace who has been a friend of Mr Good win since boyhood but whose name was not made public The wedding i party arrived here from New Tbrk f and comprised Mrs Nellie Sevens I mother of the bride Miss Goodrich...

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. — 10 November 1908

I b 1i fr r 8 S j < J f4k r r rf f + a THE NEWS Now Circulates Dally < l 1425 Copies > f + wnfr + ww s f 1 0 a f L f t A ii43t > rx LARGEST CIRCULATION IN WINCHESTER AND CLARK COUNTY j fflt Y 9 t J TiI WI NCI1ESTERNEWS Ii i t i VOl 1 NO 26 i WINCHESTER KY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 10 1908 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK 1 I SUPREME COURT OF UNITED STATES CASEc Roles that Kentucky legislature Had Right to Prevent CoHeatioii of = the White and Black Races > WAn de tiding the case of Berea College vs tile State of Kentuckyfavorably to tlje State the Supreme Court of the 5ri United States yesterday held that the Sfetes Lr of the Union may constitu TOjially legislate to prevent the co blackl es The case was instituted to test the lidity of the State law of 1904 pro < ° minting white and colored students c from attending the same schools c v i a RacesNaturaily Antagonistic r Fhe higher State court took the po sition that white and black races are naturally antagonistic and that th...

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. — 10 November 1908

Ar J L II t 1 tWOt s THE WINCHESTER NEWS w r 1 r I Whos to t l Blame lr i By REV DR SAMUEL W DIKE 1 Cw Secretary Natiaaal Lequ far FreUctlea of the Family i Is Man or Woman More Responsible for Divorce HE quistion is often asked Are women or men more respon sible for the increase of divorce If we were to rely on the statistical data alone the answer would have to be that men are the most at fault for the reason that women are appli cants for divorce in about twothirds of the cases But this fact proves little for in cases of desertion which have in the past made up nearly 40 per cent of the cases probably a con siderable part are collusive and the woman brings the suit simply because the divorce has been agreed upon and the man has deserted the wife to enable her to get the divorce which both desire And ina large part of all the suits it is technically easier for the woman to take the initiative than for the man It seems to me 0 Vr 5that the causes that enter into divorce cases are s...

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. — 10 November 1908

r 4 0 s > x VuOV Il Iji F 9 yJy 1 Y s r + J 1 rLY f a e 7THE WINCHESTER NEWS I 7I r Page Three > LAND DRAWING IN SOUTH DAKOTA r I J BRINGS 81G CROWDS AND MONEY I r v PAYSIX MILLION FOR LANDS Aiv iv > c r I cN > N HALF MILLIONS TO S SETTLE THE OW f NERSHIP > = t fDALLAS S D Nov gSix thou sand farms were giveii aAvay last week by Uncle Sam in his latest land lottery Nearly 115000 persons made the journey in the last three weeks to one of the points of regis regisJ v Neill and Dallas and expended about s 2500QOO for the purpose of deter Y Mining the ownership to lands held by the Goverument nt 6000000 J The lands were not exactly pre seated by the Government but they will be disposed of to the luckv draw ers at about a fifth of their present I t value In order to secure a chance at the land everybody save soldiers and sailors had to journey to a reg istering point and personally deposit a sealed envelope containing the ap plication in a metal box i Nobody could enter who...

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. — 10 November 1908

J < I Ci j 7 > I t < fj f < f J t1 I o I > k > J i i r 1IlegFour iifjf Y THE WINCHESTER JEWS r I 4 1 tr r HE WINCHESTER NEWS r I An Independent Newspaper jPublished by X < the Winchester News Co Incorporated Office South Main Street l x i Daily 1 Except Sunday r littered at the Winchester Post Of f fice as mail matter of the second class r t t I SUBSCRIPTION RATES k The Winchester News is delivered sky carrier at 10 cents per week By jiaf1 J in advance One year 300 Jfr months 150 0Be month 25i r NewPhone No 91 TUESDAY NOVEMBER 101908 r CIRCULATION STATEMENT State of Kentucky neCounty Clark B Tanner being diily sworn t polideposes lotion manager of The Winchester News that as such circulation man ager he has charge of v the number of papers that is run off each day that Jhe press run for this the 9th day of November 1908 is 1425 copies CLARK B TANNER r met t V this tire fiith day of November 1908 JT PQYNTER PQYNTERNotary Notary Public 1 G1e A FEW RAMBLING THOUGHT...

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. — 10 November 1908

L I 4 I to s I 1 a < L < fL d < < I i THE WINCHESTER NEWS Page Five t SOCIETY I 1 U Fortytwo t His John M Hodkgin will enter tain with Fortytwo Wednesday afternoon at her home on Main r street x s 7 Fort two Mesdames George Praetor and Will Robb will entertain at Forty two at the borne of Mrs Proctor on Wednesday aft rnoonI Euchre Club MIPS Ella Pendleton has issued in vitatidnsfor the Euchre Club to meet with her on Thursday after noon 4 i In Honor of Guest Mrs John Reese entertain with a reception Tuesday afternoon for Mrs James Madison Jackson the guest of Dr and Mrs George O Graves ct Rube Contest Oh Thursday evening there will be a Rube contest at the Audito rium For the best makeup a skate book will be given So hunt up or borrow from your neighbor the toga you want to wear Isit possible that Bryans gift of oratory is in reality a drawback to toI his Presidential aspirations To I look backward at the silvertongued orators who have been prominent in politics might in...

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. — 10 November 1908

4w v T4w 7 1 r ti t e 1 0 I r 1 Il v c It v ss + ti a I 4r i V i a r 4 y I < Page Six THE WIN NFST Z J IJ TJ t + I I i oIull + II J I I J I Jr J l r J wx P ± Younger J S et + By ROBERT W CHAMBERS 1 Author of The Fighting 1 Chance Etc Copyright 1907 by Robert W Cham I hers + + rSII 01 + + + I I oJl1r I oI + + i Oh its only Rosamund Fane I did jromise to go to the Craigs with her I 2o you mind if she comes up Not if you dont said Boots bland RosamundI and she detested him and Nina who was perfectly aware of this had just enough of perversity in her to enjoy their meeting J Rosamund came in breezily sables powdered with tiny flecks of snow cheeks like damask roses eyes of tur quoise quoiseHow How dye do she nodded greeting 4Boots askance as she closed with Nina I icame you see but do you want to Se jammed and mauled and trodden on at the Craigs No Thats perfect Neither do I Where is the adorable Eileen Nobody sees her any more She was at the DelmourCarnes yes terday 4 Was she Curiou...

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. — 10 November 1908

0 4 THE WICHESTER MENR q 11 4 1ti ti t PHOSPHATE FOR HOqS 4 Whjr They Need Food Containing This Element A noted veterinary authority says If hogs show a tendency to weak ness on the legs feed less corn and more bran The reason why bran is good for weak bones is that it con tains more phosphate than corn But if the farmer has provided himself withsa > few bags of raw ground phos phate rock he will find it an excellent thing to sprinkle a little of it on the floor of the pen every day The hogs hogswin Two years ago we studied the phos phate experiment made with pigs at the Wisconsin experiment station It I was most convincing of the truth of th statement we have made declares I the Hoards Dairyman Three pens of pigs of three each were taken for the experiment One lot was fed as farmers ordinarily feed hogs the sec ond lot was fed the same as the first except that a little phosphate was added to their food daily The effect was astonishing in the increased strength of the second lot ...

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. — 10 November 1908

p lf I I < ro 0 iS 4 I j > i P kf Ei ht u i THE WINCHESTER NEWS < < We t carry all Good Things that are necessary > to Make Your Reception or Card Party a Success Champignons PeasV V VV 4 V Imptd Spanish Peppers Lobster and andPotato Potato Chips Insure Your Guests Good a Time by Buying Your Fancy Groceries from VV V STOKELY ROUNSAVALL tPowder Dynamite j Sole agents for Red Cross Flour Prices lard and Sausage Ferndell Pure Foods i Chase S Sanborn Coffees and Teas Huylers Candy V MORE AT CITY II V SCHOOL WEDNESDAY I V T nev J H Mac Neill Will Speak on Daniel Citizens Are Invited Jlev J H Mac Neill will lecture at iie High School ehapeledliesdaYr iprning at 815 oclock on Daniel In addition to the promised treat > Ia great Bible story there will be > ttcrcstine exercises by the beI f several grades A number of friends and one pat Voitpf thy school have attended these Y ednesday morning exercises in the > ist Let mothers and fathers as well as ether Avell wishers...

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. — 11 November 1908

I > J jt > t ft i V4 VN Vr11iv VNtMe + r y i 1 ff + > f1 THE NEWS Ai J j 1 t t s < fNow Circulates D lly4 c1 1i J Copies 4 > i I a s i + 1 r 1v l lrv lni + L + 1 rbvR 1 rrlNnrL r VOL L NO 27 Jo TEN KILLED IN I h TRAIN WRECK < I fasseiiger Coaches Collide at Littler wood Louisiana Many 7 > < rInjured l Special to The News < NEW ORLEANS La Nov 11 In ar6ar end collision between the New Orleans and North Eastern and t lie Great Northern passenger trains at Littlewood near here to day ten poisons were killed and many were injured Five coaches i were smashed REARADm + MILLER DEAD riv DEADI Governor Qf Naval Home Expired at Philadelphia After Brief atI Illness Special to The News R PHILADELPHIA Nov l1Rea > Y admiral J James Miller sixtyone years of age and governor of the Naval Home died this morning after a brief illness illnessOENERA GENfRAl RAIN BREAKS OROUT < I Heavy Rain Brings Joy to the Far > 5 mer Much Good Done I County > > The r inof Mond...

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. — 11 November 1908

THE WINCH ttTER HEWS f ASSES ON STOCKINGS IS THE LATEST THINS P Windows New York City are Displayed Finely Spun Silk Underwear in Fall Colors f > NEW YORK Nov 11 To be r jmart a woman of the mode of the S inpment must wear tassels upon her 1v utpcldngs To the old line of dogger < Rings onx her fingers and bells pn her toes must now be ridded 7 and tassels on her insteps y ln Broadway shop winodws in New If York are displayed finely spun silk with insteps outlined by f Delicate and effective traceries of silk cord iinished with tassel of the jgatne shade the cord or dainty Designs of embroidery endin in tas eis v f The sudden taste for tassel decp Taiion vpon wdmens stockings seem iovbe a result of the fad for trim imings upon > gowns Ono fad pro duces another in kind and Avith the sixrinch fringe oil Directoire gowns f iand the fringed ribbons on the frowns lave appeared the tasseled hosieiy to fbs worn witb these gowns Even the opera hosiery laced on the side over r M Cand...

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. — 11 November 1908

> r t ti 4 2 t J I < > I t I I 1 I f t 1 THE WINCHESTER NEWS t PacwThctt MAMMOTH ClORIGlNHLLY EXPLORED BY A NEGRO SLAVE little Has Ever Seen Said ot Original Explorer and First Guide Stephen < Bishop ST t + i1S y i t GLASGOW Ky Nov 110f the thousand stories and newspaper arti cles written about Mammoth Cave nojthing aside from a bare mention alas even been made of the Original explorer and first guide Stephen Bishop Some have heard that at some remote time a Bishop was the first explorer but that is about all Stephen Bishop was born a slave in 1822 He was owned by the Bishops who at one time owned i part of the cave land When about fifteen years of age he became inter ested in the cave which at that time had only been explored a short dis M tanoe Vvliieh at first amused the owners thev thinking that the boy was drawing on his imagination for many of the scenes described The boys entire being seemed wrapped up in his underground work and so great was his interest in the c...

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. — 11 November 1908

r i F ri t r 1 r t r > > a Y > t < f 4 > F r to f f u 1 r c > THE WINCHESTER u 1rE1Jj t r o c ia < WINCHESTER NEWS I Ar r Independent Newspaper Vi1 ir c Published by t The Winchester News Co t N r i Incorporated 4 Cffice South Main Street T J i < Daily Except Sunday leered at the Winchester Post Of < Ice as mail matter of the isecond class I SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 The Winchester News is delivered f Jky carrier at 10 cents per week By vttMnl in advance t > Qw year 300 9ix months 150 fie month 25 r New Phone No 91 ij I < jiWEDMESDAY NOVEMBER 111908 CIRCULATION STATEMENT f < teof Kentucky J3iNinty of Clark v Clark B Tanner being duly sworn C deposes and says that he is circu jlfctipn manager of The Winchester w New that as such circulation man i8ger he has charge of the number of r j igersttiat is run off each day that = rlfce press run for this the 9th day of c j November 1908 is 1425 copies lt CLARK B TANNER it T Subscribed and sworn to before me >...

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. — 11 November 1908

oJ J 3 i d l r i f L 7 THE WINCHESTER HEWS Page Five I IJ BQcIEIrIIThrEuchre 4 Euchre Club Miss Ella Pendleton entertain the Euchre Club Thursday atfernoon at her home on College street Informal Entertainment I Mrs John Reese entertained in i formally Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mrs James Madison Jack i son of Parkersburg W Va e I Fortytwoi Mre John M Hodkgin entertain t eda few friends atU Fortytwo Wednesday atfernoon in a most in i imitable way The house was sim ply yet beau tifully decorated with ferns palms and autumn leaves There were eight tables and theI houri j when an elegant meat course was servedi i servedThe i The charming hostess was assist ed in attending to the wants of the guests by Mrs L Hampton Bush r and Mra Henry Phillips and theyI by their attractive and charming charmingI r add to the pleasure of those pres ent j All were sorry when the dusk of i evening came and they must de part to their Separate homes for pleasures past can never be recallI f Beautiful Ent...

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. — 11 November 1908

THE WIHCNESTER NEWS Younger I Set By ROBERT W CHAMBERS Author of The Fighting Cheoice Etc Copyright 1907 by Robert W Cham T bers Chapter 2 5 ATTERS at Edgewater were beginning to be r easier in one way for Sehvyn Alixe appeared to forget him for days at a time She was leas ir ritable less restless and exacting Yesterday said Miss Casson one f the nurses in a letter to Selwyu Hhere was a consultation here between Drs Vail Wesson and Morrison as you requested They have not changed their opinions indeed they are con vinced that there is no possible chance of the recovery you hoped for when you talked with Dr Morrison They all agree that Mrs Ruthven is in excel lent physical condition young strong rigorous and may live for years may autlive us all but there is nothing else to expect1 expect1The The letter ran on I am inclosing the bills you desired io have sent you Fuel is very expeu slve as you will see The items for fruits too seem unreasonably Iarge Int grapes are 2 a pound and fresh...

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. — 11 November 1908

w c f a < J + + 1 rr t f 4 t r o I C 4 TTHE WINCHESTER NEWS Page Seven a t A = LAUNDRY HINT Turptntln Prevents Silk Stockings StockingFrom o From Fading I There was once a time when black 1aa stockings were considered fashion able with every toilet but now it has j become the fashion among well dress ed women to have everything match and from the crown of the head to the tip of the toe must be a blending of one color which does not permit of the andi stocking against a light gown The only trouble with silk stockings Is the washing of them If the laun dress is not an expert in that line a delicate and expensive pair can be k easily ruined The best way Is to fill a basin with warm water and soapsuds Let the stockings soak a few minutes then rub gently and rinse again with water of the same temperature If the stock ings are white a little bluing should be put in the water both times In that way you will avoid having them turn that peculiar shade of yellow that all silk is sure to do...

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. — 11 November 1908

J t + 1 l JI i x Y cJ b Y z to 0 r Pat EiflW THE WlfcCHtSTER HEWS 7 We carry all Good Things that are necessary to Make Your Reception or 0 t Card Party a Success mpignonsI I ChampignonsFrench French Peas lmptd Spanish Peppers Lobster and andPotato Potato Chips Asparagus Tips Maraschino Cherries j Salted Almonds SaltedAlmondsMints Mints of All Kinds and Colors Insure Your Guests Good a Time by Buying Your Fancy Groceries from J STOKELY ROUNSAVALL Powder Dynamite Sole audits for Red Cross Flour Prces lard and Sausage Ferndell Pure Foods ChaseS Sanborn Coffees and Teas Hunters Candy 0 ti I iY m ARE NOT SAVED IS SUBJECT 1 1 Rev William Gui 1i11irut to Preach at < First Presbyterian Wed f fA nesday Night > The second of a series of Evange < listie cs that are to be held at i t the First Presbyter tat Church was 1 held Tuesday iiisrht The pastor 1 BeT Willian Cumming delivered an t other interesting address on the sub j clof How to be Saved to a good audience The subject for Wed...

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. — 12 November 1908

bi ro i I y Islr fE r THE NEWS 1t J t Now Circulates Dail y 1 1425Co ies 1 P I r1M bVrl wn + L1w 1Pv The executive committee of the R Bur1ey Tobacco Society which has been in session her the past two I clays adjourned Wednesday night At the meeting it was decided to fix the prices on the different grades of the 1907 crop not later than Novem r ber 17th and that this tobacco be put on sale November 24th J ji < < J 0 ti < 0 i JMa aY r i i J i t t < L r 1 2 C i It w Ci i L GEST < CIROULATIONIN Wl t HESTE J t WINCHESTER NEWS j FOOTBALL TEAM TO PLAY AWAY FROM HOME Board of Education of Kentucky Wesleyan Rescind Ac I Ion In jursuance to notice issued by John R Deering secretary of the Board of Education of Kentucky Wesleyan College there was a called orb dinary of the Phoenix Hotel at Lox ington Wednesday morning for Jhe purpose of reconsidering their recent decision in regard to the Athletic De I partment at the college in which they I refused to the boys permissibn to lea...

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. — 12 November 1908

G I 7 k t T 0 ry 01 I 0 A t I t t I 1 a or I t < r L < = i < > > t > 1 M THE WINCHESTER NEWS Part TwoM i a 0 4 0 J I Aviation < z a Failure f f Navigation of Air AirI Will Never Prove Successful l By PROF SIMON NEWCOMB 4Eminent Americas Astronomer Let us in fairness see what is to be placed on the credit side of air navigation First and almost alone among these must be in the readers mind the fact that steam transportation on land requires the building of railways which are so expensive that the capital invested in them proLbly exceeds that invested in all other forms ofransportation Moreover there are large areas of the earths surface not yet accessible by rail among which are the two poles and the higher mountains All such regions the mountains excepted we may suppose to be attainable by the perfected air ship of the future The more carefully we analyze these possible advantages the more we shall find them to diminish in importance Every part of the earths sur...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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