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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 14 October 1908

1 F t A G t I a r e = THE WINCHESTER NEWS f MEANING NOT QUITE CLEAR Friends Remark That Left Mrs Hoi Hday In a State of Mild t Wonderment There had been anY unpleasant moment when Mrs Holliday real ized that she had on a somewhat soiled shirtwaist whereas Mrs I Greenoughs thin pretty silk was spotless and in the height of style Then she remembered her Blessings < tIt must be so hard for you hav ing your husband away traveling so much of the timeshe said sym pathy in her gentle tone I Oh Ive grown used to it said the prosperous Mrs Greeiough When hes at home I mean in the city hes generally at his club for the evening VI dont know what I should do if Edward went to a club said saidnfi Mrs Holliday with restored confi to dence in herself f < He spends all his evenings right at home with me leading or playing duets 1Re was always just like that as a boy said Mrs Greenough warm ly Solid gold Never cared for pleasures or entertainment or any thing of the kind He must be a comfort G...

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. — 14 October 1908

4 r O S i e c ry 4 r < 1 I < < i 1 THE WIhCHESTER HEWS tilS I rof i + jIS 1Jl t f K TIE WINOKESfER HEWS 0 An Independent Newspaper M < 1 > Jp Published by y the Winchester News Co < t Incorporated 1 Office South Main Street V 07 Daily Except Sunday < 5Eiitered at the Winchester Post Of fice Its mail matter of the 7 second class t 4 J > SUBSCRIPTION RATES The Winchester News is delivered by carrier at 10 cents per week By mail in advance One yearq 300 l S iX months 150 t One month 25 It New Phone No9f WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 14 1903 i A SUGGESTION < > What might have been a serious accident Wednesday morningYvas narrowly averted An ° autpmqbile driven at moderate speed frighteued V horse attached td 4 a surrey con i i 3 iainihg fojjr people The accident happened in front of this office On the car track the unused car of the street car company is left standing By reason of this blocking of the street the automobile found itkqjqj 7 street the driver of the autom...

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. — 14 October 1908

r > > 2 > t ti it ± < 1 > Y + I t 1t THE WINCHESTER NEWS t Z7 > 0 jt I J 1 4 j r 4 t i r t r t ky t J c < Fall D GoodsH Ii I I 4 f 1 a es 1 0 0 a s < 1 T1i We easily carry the fullest line of the very latest Fall Dress Goods In bur Wool Dr t I Goods J stock you will find assortments that certainly give the widest titud in selec 3 j i I tibh that you have ever had in this store It is said that a Dry Goods store i is Jl i + i JJa t > j v 4fc known by the kind and character of its Dress Goods and Silk business 5O ij T V w t 1w are satisfied to be judged by these two departments J I 7 < I 1 I c it th I 4r > t Dress GoodsS 1 i 1 S 11 i These run inpricesfrom 100 to 4oojper yard Voiles plain per yard ViOO to 250j Voiles fancy per yard o 0 0125 to 250 Broadcloths foreign and domestic per yard 0 100 to 400 Bordered Tailor Suitings per yard 100 to 350 Shadow Stripes per yardri 0 0 V 100 to 200 s Wool Batisfe 36 inches wide in all shades 0 J i 50C IWool yj Sil...

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. — 14 October 1908

n a 1 1 D r J iJ s < < c < l i < J 0 < M b 3 1 THE WINCHESTER NEWS 00 M e oO O OO O I i tiir rw M nrrSrrtA rtc I r Ta 7 tPatr + O < It neyoungerw5et1 it f uBy ROBERT W lA B RS1 1 I at Author of The Fighting < Gfauicei Etc t r r O < c Copyright 1907by Robert W Chambers J O H H H 0 OH 0 H 0 H H H H H 0 0 J t Im going to plant myself here on sou 4 VDpnt notice him Austin said NiD ahe < only wishes to be Implored l h And by the same token youd both better let me Implore you to dress j She rose and bent forward In the fire i < light to peer at the clock Goodness i t i Do you creatures think Im going to t give Eileen half an hours start with I JJf her maid and I carrying my twelve r years handicap too No Indeed Im t r decrepit hIt Im gojngto die fighting Austin get upl Youre horribly slow + any owPhn Austins man such as t t he Iswlll be at your disposal and y your luggage Is unpackedj In the hallway Selwyn and Austin encountered a radiant and bewildering r vi...

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. — 14 October 1908

1 I 0 1 t I T1I T1L Ff r F THE WINCHESTER NEWS fn I I BUSY BUILDERS I I ofteif run short of lumber supplies i esI because they fail to select a thorough ly reliable dealer or onE who does hI carry large enough stock By making I your contracts for any kind of lumber I with the Winchester Lumber Mfg Co efficient service is guaranteed MfgI > deal iu the best grades of hard and soft woods lath shingles hard wood floori ing etc thoroughly seasoned J I I N Colony houses can be made very cheaply of an organ box and a few feet of wire netting The illustration shown herewith redrawn from an il lustration in Journal of Agriculture ihow s a colony house he has been ius for a number of years The I same was made from an organ box and two rods of netting at a total cost of 145 If dry goods boxes were used in the construction the cost could probably be lowered below one dollar The chicks are kept in this house till they are old enough to roost on poles in the large central houses This plant is ...

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. — 14 October 1908

r X 1 J i > 3 1 Jll 0 J a 1 < 7 + 2c Jo 1r THE WINCHESTER NEWS fP + r tSuff rwitl1 Indigest on l t If 4 t ii d uIPi es r doctor > Y a11o ig o s1i 4 ani ailI Pat imp revf 1itJr be betcan = had 4 dbtbe5atnepnce Our line of ffieduits isviipw invalid 1 c ua yfox i our > nsp itioit r r j I l l1 i il1 C 1 t < > 9 fpmes4U cJ Sc sand 2oc r ibFancy Muir Peaches 15c < fad 2Qc per lb Extra Fancy Apricots J0c erjlj j 1 h 1 > j ere resent one of the most reliable oyster firms in5 lQr6 ands receive R frechshtpnlertt in four tImes a i week 111 orders given prompt attention J L r < t t STOKELY ROUNSAVALL 1 STOKELYfor t A x Mriifemdell Pure Foods Chase Sanborn Coffees and Teas Prices < lid ad i2e Od cross Flour Nu Ins Candia JBeW s Flowers > EQX J justs s be1owM j17T tJle Steven ncross r lag Mobtfa fflorniiig at 2 o cloak rSome eight or ten cars were demo = uichea Jglarex quantity of flour It fcMBSt ioinsratiiiil uiarkea for tuba water by tbe Company at lpfcr < i1...

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. — 15 October 1908

a 1 r i t It 2V ALL T1 NEWS iow ir 1M > i or NEWSf f i ALL ThE WORLD r J 1 It f t J Jr < t c r i i t I i + hC ff tfj it FOR THE UPBUILDING OJ WINCIIESTL etARK COUNTS AND t ASTEIN KENtUCKY j UfEWINCIELESTI3R J NEWS 1 Y J jt Yt Ii f if ii iVOLh > NO 5 4o j nWjNCHEST Rk TflURDA r YOC A BR 15 i j os l 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK L w ii1 L I if j f f tCd TAFT RECEIVED BY GREAT < 1 i rf AUDIENCE AT I WINCHESTER i DisiihgfflsSiejr Republican Presidential Cadate t iMakes Short Speech To Over Three T1pusand > At Union Station 4 f i 1J t f Fully tin ee thousand people turned out Thursday afternoon to hear Judge William II Taft Republican S candidate for Presided speak at the Union Dot as he passed through here on his whirlwind campaign tour of KentucTry The suceial train car rying Judge Taft and other proniin t < < ent members of the If pnblicin party r partyc i oclocl As the train pulled in to the depot cheer after chtirang out oqtj < laslic admirers 7f r q v Es or...

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. — 15 October 1908

ti c R Y 0 t l 1 I Lit THE WIH I I TIPIII IIE W Ic J I 1 e ThE ICEHOUSE FOR tREFAA r t fA NECESSITY NOT A LUXURY e j Plan oC Building That Will Hold Enough to Run You AU AUPiT o We are told that all things come to tk man who waits This rule how 0 oyer does not apply to your next win ter l e crop for the summer of 1909 br will It build that ice house that you have been going to build for the k last 20 years The crop of Ice pro yourt t toi go to waste simply because of its Tery abundance Ice Is no longer t looked upon as one of the luxuries Cross Section r but Is now considered necessary on every wellregulated farm not only for convenience and health but as an in t vestment that will as a rule return Very large interest on the investment An ice house such as shown in the three illustrations may be built for a small sum on almost any farm In fact much of the material for same will be found on all farms lying around idle and rotting The cuts with this short specification will ex plain h...

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. — 15 October 1908

t t f t < t L 0 ti J < t t THE WINCHESTER N E WSf c l wr M I j I j < LI 4y I A WOMAN LAWYER OF FRANCE Y Our picture shows theHady lawyer Mile Miropolsky pleading the caus of a client in the Paris law courts Mlle Miropolsky it may be noted is L I I no means the only lady barrister practicing in Paris The Paris bar has Just decreed that its women members shall not publish their portraits in directo r Jries as this is regarded as advertisement and consequently unprofessional tT ADOPT WHITE UEH MEXICAN INDIANS HONOR WIFE OF MINE OWNER < Acclamation Ceremony Follows Night of Hubbub by Tribesmen Carry o ing Gifts Friendship Won by Acts of Kindness f f Mexico CityThe Indians of Zacu c alpam have adopted in due form and cerEmony an American woman for their queen The person who has just been so highly honored is Mrs Maria Perry Eisenhart wife of H L Eisenhart an American mining man who has a rich mine in the Zacualpam district Mrs Eisenhart won the warm friendship of the Indians ...

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. — 15 October 1908

Jl i t i or k r jl I y > a r r R r > 0 7 R T T G 0 It T t SAY Jti 1G H a y M 1 ax > J > r J < jt tTNE WINCHESTER MEWS k I Til WINCHESTER NEWS s f An Independent Newspaper i Published by X The Winchester News Co j t corporated Office South Main Street t r Daily Except Sunday 1 I Entered at the Winchester Post Of lice as mail matter of theG I second class iSUBSCRIPTION RATESc The Winchester News is delivered by carrier at 10 cents per week By r M mail in advance 300j > Six months 150 One month A 25 I New Phone No 91 f THURSDAY OCTOBER 15 1908 f JUDGE TAFT disI languished guest Our people Dem ocrats and Republicans alike turned out to hear the great son of Ohio Judge Taft is a great 1 al1t man of fd high character pure In public and private lifo a wondon ul organize and fidministrator He would dig liify anybfCce to whjh he might as irer Winchester hciored itself in honoring him We t ust that before beforliav the campaign is qve we may have within our city limits the e...

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. — 15 October 1908

4 f J J c 1 t I L S t r L THE WINCHESTER NEWS r KyL 1I = < Xr Y r i r t q L t 1 1 t 1 qojt Ff 41 Po 0 f i Y 1 r 641n lit 1 I Fall DPss t Good S c i u i > a > t i Y We easily carry the fullest line of the very latest Fair Dress Goods In our Wool Dress Goods stock you will find assortments that certainly give the widest latitude in selec < tion that you have ever had in this store It is said that a Dry Goods store is rO known by the kind and character o fits Dress Goods and Silkbusine 1 t 1 t r We are satisfied to be judged by theser I 1 t I Dress Goods I These run in prices from 100 to 400 per yard I Voiles plain per yard 100 to 250 Voiles fancy per yard 125 to 250 Broadcloths foreignand domestic per yard 100 to 400 Bordered Tailor Suitings per yard 100 to 350 Shadow Stripes per yard 100 to 200 Wool Batiste 36 inches wide in all shades 50c 7 < p aSllks MessalineV street and evening shades peryard 69c tqI00 11 C Satins f r 36 inch Satins in all shades per yard 100 Ready...

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. — 15 October 1908

4 f M wt i J < C 1 4 > i r 7 f d o < I F I THE WINCHESTER HEWS > 7 4 < gooIoouIo1io9o1 0y ite 0 Younger Seti e By ROBERT W CHAMBERS i > Author of The Fighting ChanceZtc J 8 Copyright 1907 by Robert W Chambers G I 4PMMMMM JC Mh MMMMMR MM + M M She was of course aware of the situation regarding Selwyns domestic affairs She could not very well have x been kept long in ignorance of the facts so Nina had told her carefully leaving in the young girls mind only a bewildered sympathy for man and wife whom a dreadful and Incompre J hensible catastrophe had overtaken only an Impression of something new and fearsome which she had hitherto been unaware of in the world and which was to be added co her small but unhappily growing list of sad and incredible things Returning from their gallop Miss Er joH had very little to say Selwyn too was silent and absentminded She thought of her brother and the old hurt at his absence on that night throbbed again Forgive 2 Yes But how could s...

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. — 15 October 1908

1 + C E j I y f rf 4 I 1 III 1 S J p f THE WINCHESTER HEWS CEREBROSPINAL MENIGITIS Probable1J F4kTALeDISEASEOFftORSESF tI ro e Causes of tHe Malady and ItS Symptoms BY1L J Milks D M Louisiana 1 i to Cerebrtfspinal meningitis In horses is also known as staggers blind stag gers sleepy staggers bottom sickness etc and scarcely any section of the country > has escaped the ravages of the disease at some time or other Numerous theories have been ad i vanced as to the cause of this disease It has been attributed to grazing upon low marshy places hence the name bottom sickness The cause also has been laid to moldy corn or fodder poisonous plants exposure to sun im pure water etc Mayo reporting a very similar disease concludes it to be R due to a fungus Aspergillus glaucus The spores enter the circulation find t lodgment in the organs and set up In flammatory conditions The cerebral symptoms were due to an abscess of the brain He has also recovered the above fungus from the different or g...

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. — 15 October 1908

T T Tr r Ifii A J 4 rtj < t < J C7 r r f 1fyi THE < WINCHESTER NEWS < O BUSY BUILDERS O i often run short of lumber supplies because they fail to select a thorough ly reliable dealer or one who does not carry large enough stock By making your contracts for any kind of lumber with the WincbesterLumber Mfg Co efficient servicb is guaranteed We deal in the best grades of hard and soft woods lath shingles hard woodfloor ing etc thoroughly seasoned i Dnfi Suffer < with Indigestion I I and pay unnecessary doctors bill by allowing yourself and family to eat impure foods when the best can be had J at the swine price Our line of dried fruits is now in and ready for roar inspection it Fancy Prunes 12 l2c 15c and 20c per Ib Fancy Muir Peaches 15c and 20c per Ib Extra Fancy Apricots 20c per Ib We represent one of the most reliable oyster firms in I Baltimore and receive a fresh shipment in four times a week All orders given prompt attention STOKELY ROUNSAVALL Sole agents for Fern...

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. — 16 October 1908

t I i I 1I M I I i r 7 4i > 5 v i r 41 se1 f 4f ALL JL THE 6i NEWS rr jf 4y < i LLiriH WORrlD 4 C I > Yr a 4 Y pV FORTIiE UPBUIIDINGCIYWINC I STER + CLARK COUNTY AND EASTERN KEN1UCKY < lt 1flE IWNCflESTER NEWS1 l f L 0Z < 1 y3 ti t f WEAtHER Jr f gL Ii1 anti Saturday IJJ I ieVOL 1 NO5 I AY i > WINCHESTER FIUI AYOCTOBER KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 19f 16 1903 I 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS AWEEK = WOMEN AND CHILDREN BURr1E rt t 5 TO DEATH 555 FOREST FIRE I I Fourteen Perish in Michi gTrain is Overtak eii By Flames and Refugees Cannot Escape jl Special to the Ntw ALPESTA Michigan Oct 10 Another of the fierce Forest fires that 1 have devastated this territory all through the long Wt summer is sweeping all before it A lenef tram was burned in the section of the fire that new theratcns he village of Met Fourteen refugees on the train principally women > and Children per r ishsd They were coitjed up in box cars sud found it impossible t es cape The fire ran so 1 apidy that it could ...

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. — 16 October 1908

iJ r a 1 f rM1 A M1 4r t 4 1 1r ArY iL > i if isiik f i rd n iUj > mot1r is l > rRl 1PIK r J Fred Speik a Pupil of Coach A A Stagg of the Chicago University Who r 0 4 Has Charge of the Purdue Football Squad i t MASSING OF JOE GANS GANSI f j ENDS VARIED CAREER Colored Wonder Always a Figure In 1Lightweight Championship Now a HasBeen JThe The sun of fame set on one of the most spectacular pugilistic careers in the history of the prize ring when Nelson a mere physical entity a per if unified Iron jaw an embodied punch tester a quantity which might be stamped with little more than the purely physical for the second time battered down Joe Gans and thereby i closed the lasf chapter in the history of this famous colored fighter at j Colma Gans was a real factor He stands out before the world asa man who was a selfconfessed cheater a person rt j who bartered even his own good name liar the chance of a little loose change t Ja prevaricator and stronger than that c Y A and for everyt...

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. — 16 October 1908

is s t j I > A 1 > THE WINCHESTER NEWS i l 1 i Indiana Farmhand Writes On Country Lie < Gives Many Valuable Suggestions as to r Hours and Methods of Work on the Average Farm I 1 Y SHINGTON October 15An 1n lett ter to President R osevelt about the work wSjch the Country Life Com mission is nrryirig on The Presi dent luis turned thi > letter over to F the Country Life Commission and the Commission has nsked the farmhand to write some more I have been a farmhand just long enough says the Presidents corre sppndent to learn the cause of so many sons and daughters and well S meaning reliable farmhands leaving the beautiful farm and country and going to the city A lack of order and system on the farm and too long hours for a day is what is driving the best minds from the farm to the city and shop What can we expect of a hand or the farmers wife and her posterity in the way of intellect ual development when they get out of their beds at r 30 in the morning and w > rk from tha...

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. — 16 October 1908

ii > I k Y 7 < i 2 1f C tr rrt ti j y THE WIHCNESTER NEWS > THE WHSSK2STER NEWS An iKtipponMcnt Newspaper v Published by The Winchester News Co < Incorporated f i IncorporatedS S Office South Main Street i Daily Except Sunday J f Entered at the Winchester Post Of t fice as mail matter of the v IIL J second class V SUBSCRIPTION RATES The Winchester News is delivered bv carrier at 10 cents per week By mail in iidvance One year 300 SiX months 150 One month I 25 I i i New Phone No 91I FRIDAY OCTOBER 16 1908 r f TO GIVE THE NEWS tFRiDAW Th3 NiAYs is publishing i daily v paper m Winchcoter not a weekly < and ii that attempt we are trying to rv to our readers all the hcws c Weare particularly striving to cover the local field thoroughly Some of our friend wanted us to keep out a 1 local item which appeared in Thurs x days issue t If any injury would have resulted to Winchester or to 1t suggesA lion Bat when it was news pure and sitQile we liad so have it in that cohlO i Tii3...

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. — 16 October 1908

i J 1 f 1 J 1 t f w 1 C > iI J I j wI 4Jo x z S ° i I 1 I I I < t t w t THE WINCHESTER EWSI t t I sodiT Bridge Clab Mrs Strother Goff entertained the Bridge Club Thursday evening at her home on Maple street An elegant lunch was ser ved after the games had been finished A total is kept of the games won and at the last too the lady having won Che greatest number of games PERSONALS Miss Nancy Stevenson and Mr Fleming Quisenberry leave Satur day for a visit to Miss Kate Camp bell of Nicholasville Dr Jas H Margin has returned home from Paris where he has been attending the State Board of Pharmacy Mr James H Martin was in Frankfort Wednesday and called on Governor Willson Dr George Brooks and Mr Wal ter Nunnelly will give acoon hunt Friday night There will be about twenty couples Lunch will be served at twelve Miss Alice Nurmellly has gone from Mayfield to Paducah She will return to Mayfield for a visit before returning home > MrsW H Atwood of Clar s fturg W Va is visiting Mrs J ...

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. — 16 October 1908

w r F t j I t I T 4 c i r e b s r t jlijF THE WINCHESTER NEWS I f i 3S3M H ry V r v f t fr Younger 5et t 2 j cB ROBERT W CHAMBERS f t Author of The Fighting Chance Etc > g Copyright 1907 by Robert W hamberll I wH H H wH H H H H I They exchanged formalities ry ana F brief on Selwyns part gracefully ur bane on Fanes r Sarfdon Craig and Billy Fleetwood came wandering up and Joined them One or two other men drifting by ads t hered to the group Selwyn involved in small talk glanc red sideways at the great clock and I gathered himself together for depar I ture Fleetwood was saying to Craig Cer tainly it was a stiff gameBradley tr < myself Gerald Enroll Mrs Delmour Catnes and the Ruthvens Wfire you blU asked Craig inter ested No about even Gerald got It good and plenty though The Ruthvens were ahead as usual Selwyn apparently hearing nothing quietly rose and stepped out of the cir cle paused to set fire to a cigarette and then strolled off toward the vis itors room where Gerald was n...

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