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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 16 November 1908

r + J c Z1 r li = < J 1 jt I L TME1Il S J J i f < 1 liW r ctsi DaIy f t 71iI < I Ct > < 1 c tI 1 1 I LCt > > IP = I C i it 43r4 J 1i < 11 7fIfj LAIt CIULATION I 1ND CL H COUNTY v e JjJt T > 1 1 4r L ry 0 t t jr 4 I 1 < I r f TllEINCllES + ENEWS e < 1 c f = H vc 1 NO 31I WINCHESTER KY > MONDAY NOVEMBER j > ll r 19O i I ii CENTS A COPY II CENTS A WEEI iii I I MAIL SACK FROM THE LOCAL L POSIOFFICE FOUND RIFLED I l f r I Roefs Stole Pouch Either in Transit From Postofiice to the Depot or < at tM DepotNo Registered letters Were in Sack J I w 1E Sunday morning a young l i man by the najne of flickerson le port ithat he had fouud a rifled I If mail sack near the L Nrail i E road about one mile north of the i city When the information reached t tr the ppsfeoffice Mr Hunt Perry went r to the place indicated by the re t1port The leather strap that closes s the sack was cut the sack open and I the mail scattered around v Spine ofvthe letters were opene...

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 November 1908

I o r i T I r 1T 0 f > L of J 0 > 4j i 1 b j 1 4s v R < tJ > h f > < W > t Vv C h K 7 rT IIlll d r < 111 td J r < r 0 t ft INT BrUlIII Ytl + i l M J 1l I 5t SMUG GLERS pt oi 1l ft < I J > > I < + i wJr ai r ji > Brewed it Biffili 0 < r I fa 9 Healo N Y Nov 1A motor j > 5Mptcoitidnltls ten Chinamen and I h 4feM white men was wrecked on the t r taMkwall off the foot of Michigan t jffcreet Six of the Chinamen were I f ° jitemucd or dashed to death against nifce rockribbed seawall The four 2 ci ± survivors were rescued by the crew I crewjft me escaped and the federal author Jtlee and local detective force ale c ring the city endeavoring JO V td up men suspected of being en fUjTl in the smuggling of Chin men R tate this country from Canada f it first it was supposed the white y lien perished but from one of the l arriving Chinamen it was learned I that they succeeded in clambering s mopes the slippery rocks and fled Jearlng the Chinamen to ...

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 November 1908

i S i q j J I t t 1 c Q > J fr J > t I + t r 1 < 1 X l t i < > < j t 1 A 4 rftr > I 1 ifj i iv j1t if v > ilr i 1 L I i tr j 1 11 Ijt h If h rj d CJ 1 > o > 9 J fti jt ff I Y r 1 y 1 jf Yt r > < f 1 I jJ l ipt4 41 i < 4 jr y i 1 If 7 f1 ii 1r f JW Y < THE WIUCHESTEK HEWS i < t > < V U t Tobacco 7 T1Sells HiEh or Only 72000 Pounds Sold Prices f Range From II to 29 Cents df On Break > L A I LEXINGTON Ky fc Ton price were received for tobacco sold i 0 atfthp various warehouses in this cit dI yesterday morning Thee top price paid by the Blue Grass Tobacco Company of this city for a lot of tobaccp sold at the Bur 1ey Loose Tobacco warehouse They Tpaijd 29 cents a pound for one lot I of tobacco At this house 17000 pounds of the raw material was sold at prices ranging from 113a to 29 cents a pound with an averag of r 1812 cents I At the Growers Warehouse the prices wjere almost as good on the 45000 pounds sold Here the top I price was 2...

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 November 1908

fI d II fI C I r I t l r i1A1 < > 1 Jfj 4t t f > t kfrsj b C t 1 o > i 1 > < f r U F tE ifT t t 1PtiJ i < t1IL f JiU < f t < f + Jr P1 7 > ll t I u = r IE iTT t 1 7 < t t Y f 11f EIt NM yy V f f r 7 4 1 a iIi W1ICIESTER il EWS I If lniejiiwfit Jlewspapir 1a PNbsbed by 5 ffctWlmsteir Mews Ci < f T IhcorpprateiJ 14 OIfcei Sout h Main Street r f r iDaHy Except Sunday r it th eW in J hester Post Of 1 AM as mail matter of the fr second class secon c ass v J SUBSCRIPTION BATES r1 > > J9EMj Winchester News is delivered > qfclf arrier at 10 merits per week By Jmadvance if in V 1 1syeir f 1 T 1 > 36u ± 1 jMc months v 150 + tfetmonfi 1 h 25 T7NewPh ne No 91I J c 1MNDAY NOVEMBER 161908 CiRCULATION STATEMENT 1 ilfcateof Kentucky twaty 6 f plark Clark B Tanner Circulation Mari ger of The Winchester News here I J states oti oath that he has charge tf Jtfihe circulation department of The Winchester News and all records jiertaming thereto and further ...

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 November 1908

77 T 1 L > t > T 2 < 9 = 0Q < J < > < < > i I v JitiffJ > < 1Jifi1 r < 4 M t ii 4 t zc < j 1 gtt tsi cJi 1 1 M < r r > r S THEWIWOHE1tw t 1 1 < + Inl WIMftuIrIII I t > J ki f k q < j 4 KJ k Jyxi t t r 10 c u R I HardTImesT l Before i the election ncl since ilie liiiTe heard is bird tees f I blird times No money in rirctila vtiQjj and nothing iotpfty the ac i co nte with Cant you wait a wjulefit fit is gneer that there is always a i jjme before the Presidential dec sf tibnsThafrinoney matters are tight y tit is so The moneyed men of v ifall street hug their dollars until the eagles fsqueal arid wont let the > VieeUke grip loosen until fter the fate ofv one of two men has been j decided decidedvvMiny > vvMiny of us feel absolutely no cliff ence We goon in the fame old E 11i and there is little to break the v mbnqfphy iiot knowing the suffer ings of those less fortunate than V we f Tfefc an odd result oa hard times is gryen by...

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 November 1908

V w r c 7 j i < i4 t > t > < > 1 < 1 ffi1l rt 5s ot J ff 1 t JI1J rL ii o t < I ifJ IfF > J > tii 4 I 11 l < 1 11rjf T j 7 J1 J1V 1 i > QF I = 1 aw I fl9 < m 4 f2 qifl < ii < ojt 1 I Jt f J fY ct t 1r < 1f = > > t 5 1i Jr > vL t i < rf r 4 1 t t 1 t 3 w t 4 cI1 4 rlt t YIC p r 1 < t < I 7r 2 i f 1 1r 1 ilt 4h1ft IrtI U < t jo 6 t < r d 1d c v w r i 00 t j < i 1 j 1 il 0 J I i THEWIHCIESTERPfVC 1 i II < 77 i A M i < IUIH 4D4L1 + + 4III + r 1 oungeE Set T r ly KOBCRT W CHAMBERS I Avda frheEst X < tce Etc 4b Copyright 1SW by Robert W Cham bers + 011 + + 01 raethodlcal and colorless in Its ron tine to the verge of dreariness When he was not at the government t proving grounds on Sandy Hook he i remained in his room at Lansings doggedly forcing himself into the only < titernate occupation sufficient to dull the sadness of his mhid the prepara tloh of a history of British military i organization in India a...

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. — 16 November 1908

Jn i1 ii 5 I > f < r < > < g t y If J 1111111 1II te i I > r q rit il < < i fo Itt < c II vn lUll THE DECREASE t t 2 > t + rr = Walt = iM MN i a 5 i fiJr i CAIr 4r l z Eterjr f trailer in En lurid poMeMe At least one ea3c invaded mein6er r this is the opinion of an editorial afcrfjri in the Hospfti a Londos sue lical magarin The remark ii elicited b y a recent report of the feOitjinuMioner in lunacy which mm that although the number of ePitel5y y tonfcinue to increfcae yearly the rate thes t past few years Possibly the writer r Jtuggests the = TaceM8 acquiring some T ioit of immunity certain families being hcfif able to withstand an at tack that would have been fatal to c their ancestors The statistics also alsor t 1 l > ns annually certified to be insane are suffering from a first attack which would indicate the efficiency of treatment and the comparative rarity of herditary insanity The 6utlook iff regarded on the whole as rather hopeful I F RANK D...

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. — 16 November 1908

r y 7 7 w 4 c q 1 r r j I 4 i i q 1 4 1 Ij i 4 S A L 4 zZ J t p d t 4F 7 I c fr 44 c 4 Y I 3 s 4 4p Jc Itf r t 4 We eanf aillBoodThing that rene CeSalJ J > t A to Mike Your Reception orJ r l f h fi > J CarfcPartJ a Success Aif 4t t i r i2 Champignons < C ChampignonsFrench French Peas 4 ft J i Imptd Spanish Peppers V Lobster and andPotato Potato Chips r Asparagus Tips I Maraschino Cherries r Salted Almonds Mints oi All Kinds and Colors InSure Your Guest s Good a Time by Buying Your t v t Fancy Groceries from i f t STOKELY R0UNSAVALL I Powder 2 Dynamite J > < 7 Sole agents for Red Cross Flour Prices Lard and Sausage Ferndel Pure Foods Iliase Sanborn Coffees and Teas Huylers Candy KILLS CHILDREN THEM r CUTS HER OWN THROAT 1 TerrihSe Tragedy is Enacted By V 1 fFrankfort Woman in De j > spondency iRANKFORT Ky Nov 16Diir ing afif of despondency yesterday 4 H a fternobn Mrs Agnes Lidner aged yt towift v tlower whose borne is on Hamilton Ramiltoiq avenue Brooklyn cut tha t...

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. — 17 November 1908

b t l f a u > al t 1 i t THEN EW s 1 t i j > Mew Circulates Daily Ij r ClSOQ Copies y I 4t f < r J i 1 r c n < I < k 7r 1 s JARGEST CI ULA11 0 tf iHWJMCIiESTt ANnctARK COUNXY = P VH r WINCHESTER NEW I I I j o o 1t If you expect a larger business this Fall i and Winter than last year I < If you expect to keep abreast of your competitors I i r ve T5 n C e ews o i s y THE WINCHESTER NEWS goes into more < ihonies on the rural routes of Clark county i countyth than any bth newspaper whether daily or weekly 0 THE WINCHESTER NEWS goes into prac tical v every home in Winchester + DoT 1tSS the b onu1 1T I 5 t a en s 2e ers eO INCORPORATED J 1 v 4 i < ro il 4 < < i L i M t 1 N MRS STEPHEN B ELKINS Mrs Stephen B Elkins wife of the senior United States senator from Vest Virginia and mother of the girl who has captivated the loyal Italian Duke of the Abruzzi is the daughter of exSenator Henry G Davis who was Democratic candidate for vice president in 1904 She is Sen...

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. — 17 November 1908

r i 0 r ifI 7 + k i i1f i l o it Twe j THE WINCHESTER NEWS po > u 1tWEE SANU LOAFERS s EEDSJNDLOAFERSancez jbrftances of Which Every Town Should Rid Itself X TWO MODERN LIFE PLAGUES h r practical < auations For Freeing t > Railway Stations of LounHow flIrDHtrey Plants of Noxious Growth 1 f > rainm rs and Tourists Can Help rr I rrWeeds and loafers are rarely joined > together to practical effect But here + 1 Ji a seemingly hopeless suggestion to > king them together A reader of a Jftttle breeders journal who travels sit of Louisville Ky sends the subJoined < Joined I write you with reference to a topic Which to my Idea is very importantthat k the weeds My occupation Is that or I traveling salesman and it puts me in < position to see a great deal of what Is doing on the farm at the country ston and at the railroad station I have nev ergot oft at any station In my territory and not found men of different ages from the boy in knee pants to the old n hanging aroun...

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. — 17 November 1908

F y y c A S r t k J w r t v Jr JX f aLnrwr r s a + r y r sA1 4 1 1 THE WINCHESTER NEWS Paw Thretiif j SOME NEW SALADS TABLE DELICACIES THAT ARE f t POPULAR ABROAD Dressing fdr Them May Prove Novel > ties to American Mixers A i Favorite Dish with the Ger t mansLobster Cheese Many delicious salads made on the J continent are unknown here and the dressings for them will prove novel indeed to many American mixers of these delica cies In Italy lor example the fa vorite salad mix ture is made of the minced white meat of roast chicken pounded in a mortar with soft boiled onions cauli flower beet root celery and French beansThrs terms a puree which is then carefully seasoned to taste with oil vinegar black pepper and salt The salad ingredients having been tossed in oil are shining with it being al ready in the salad bowl the puree just described is poured over them Favorite German SaladIn Ger many two favorite salads are known as kartoffelsalat and the herringsalat For the former boiled ...

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. — 17 November 1908

I > 4 t > < i o > ll 9 L > < 1 t < f n < < L t i 3c t > 7 1 < eX 2 Nil F 0111 r I1f < 6 THE WINCHESTEltflWS r I < TKW CHESTER NEWS An independent Newspaper ftjblisjied by c The Winchester News Cofi Incorporatedi i w Office South Main Street = Daily Except Sunday J t Entered at the Winchester Post Of 1 ftce as mail matter of the a second class < SUBSCRIPTION RATES The Winchester News is delivered fry carrier at 10 centsper week By mail din advance OM year 300 Bbc months 150 One month 25 r > New Phone No 91 < TUESDAY NOVEMBER 17 1903 CIRCULATION STATEMENT < State of Kentucky County of Clark Clark B Tanner Circulation Man iger of The Winchester News here 1 > y states on oath that he has charge of the circulation department of The Winchester News and all records pertaining thereto and further states of bath that the number of papers published by The Winchester News thi16th day of November 1908 is 1500 copies r CLARK B TANNER i Circul...

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. — 17 November 1908

i 5 q S 5 S T t > 5 S 4 5 I ff I 5S < 1 r > i < > 1 + > l < S S 555 f iS rz S T T S 5 S THE WINCHESTER NEWS > Page me f I s CJEry f 4 S BrowningRamsey 55Mi George L Browning and MiasTelrnanRamsey both of this city eCUIed a marriage license Sat urday and went immediately to Lexington where the ceremony was performed The bride is the daugh ter pf Mrs Jesse Ramsey and is quit an attractive and popular young lady The groom is highly respected by our people They will makeihir home here S j Virginia Hanson Chapter Virginia Hanson Chapter U DI C met Saturday with Mrs J M Pickrell at her beautiful country home Officers for the ensuing year were elected as follows President Mrs J fl W Hollo way First EVPresidenfYrs T R Hardin 5 Hardin2nd 2ndvice President Miss Rachel EctonSecretary Secretary Mrs Jas Hisle TreasurerMiss Mary Crutcher Atfer the business session had been arranged the hostess served an elegant lunch It Euchre Club S S Mrs George Green will entertain he Eu...

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. — 17 November 1908

iI II C r t v i i l av 1 vw CA f1i i IlgvE Six t < j rU F wf 1 tiTrQ i rll q 7 t I I 1 it 1111 I 11 11 11 t 111 J 5 1Yot7iiger Ii p 1 J j Yot7iigerSet i I M t Ai i rl y ROBERT W CHAMBERS I Autkcr of The MBERsel to < Chance Etc Of Copyright 1907 by Robert W Cham bars t j + II I JX 1 + 01 I I + oe + + i i w1 + But Ruthven Seas totally unprepared j for the report brought him by a pri j rate agency to the effect that Mrs Rnthen was apparently in perfect < Health living In the country main taining a villa and staff of servants that she might be seen driving a per fectly appointed Cossack sleigh any day with a groom on the rumble and a companion beside her that she seem cl to be perfectly sane healthy inI tody and mind comfortable x happy and enjoying life under the protection of a certain Captain Selwyn who paid 4 all her bills and at certain times was seen entering or leaving her house at Edgewater v Excited incredulous but hoping for 1 the worst Ruthven had posted off t o his ...

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. — 17 November 1908

o J t i V 4 L THE WfNCHeSTgft NEWS r r a p I I T TRLS FOR ANIMAlS Curious Custom That Prevaiiet In the Middle Ages PROSECUTED FOR HOMICIDE A Bull That Killed a Man Found Guilty Sentenced to Death and Exe cuted Fate of a Cock That Was Charged With Having Laid an Egg Among the many curious customs Of I the past Is recorded a singular feature of the jurisprudence of the middle ages when animals were Indicted to injuries inflicted upon human beings The custom was not abolished it France until the middle of the eight tenth century and the French court records show that at least ninetytwo trials topk place between 1120 and 1741 1741There There Is some Biblical precedent for t these proceedings for in the twenty first chapter of Exodus one finds If nox gore a man or a woman that they die then the ox shall be stoned and his flesh shall not be eaten An early instance of the c stow was In 1314 when a bull escaped from a farmyard in a village in France in the duchy of Valois and gored a man to...

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. — 17 November 1908

v jt r 0 l > 1 I I < r r 1 1 f 11 J Paige E gl tr 4 J THE WINCHESTER NEWS ki I ir We parry all Go Things that are necessary to Make Your Deception or Card Party a Success i V Champignons French Peas Vt + ftnptd Spanish Peppers Lobster and andPotato Potato Chips Asparagus Tips Maraschino Cherries Salted Almonds Mints of All Kinds and Colors Insure Your Guests Good a Time by Buying Your Fancy Groceries from 9 STOKELY ROUNSAVALL i Powder Dynamite i Safe agents for Red Cross flow Prices Lard and Sausage Ferndell Pure Foods Chase 8 Sanborn Coffees and Teas Huylers Candy 1 I IMPoaTANT INSURANCE nEAl ABOUT CLOSED to 1 JhtefTScmtliern and Provident Life insurance Companies May Merge The Ljouisville Times of Monday ic F reports that a devil is on by which the InterS outhcrn Life Insurance Com 5 paT of Louisville will take over J S the Provident Life Assurance So ciety with Its business of 70000 000 and assets of 10000000 Ne S gotiations are under way with the Y stocliiioldcrs in New Yo...

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. — 18 November 1908

T Q L CI o I I THE NEWS > jTHEEW D 11yr 4t k 1 J 500C iC P iNr c < t jJ IoWj 4 < n r > 1 t f r t frJ ESTCIRGUIA11NI1f WINCHESTER AND CLARK COUNTY < 4 t ti < 1 r Thfl L If WINCHESTER S 1 NflWST < j It > h < WEATHER t I Generally Fair C nUn edl 7 Wzrm Tonight and Thurs t day 10 a1i yb1 li NO33 WINCHESTER KY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 18 1908 r 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEDT 1 a lOBACCO CONFERENCE 1 aIi Ii 3 y I RESUMED TI1URSDAY o Both Sides Hopeful That Deal ln I E voicing Millions May Be f Closed 1 < LOUISVILLE Ky Nov 18 = The coizfer Ace of the officials of the n f American Tobacco Company and the I officers pf the Burley Tobacco So c cieiy looking to the purchase by the d company ol at least 60 per cent and possible more oftIle 80000000 c pounds Qf Burley leaf now in th b pool will be resumed in Louisville r I Thursday Both sides are hopeful t that the deal may be closed t The American Tobacco Company 3 will be represented by L K Smith k the directormanager o...

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. — 18 November 1908

T t THE WINCHESTER NEWTS HOLDINII ON TO TRADE I 0r J 0 r hat Country Newspapers Can z Accompli In This Line j V Q > 4 tl M ANO USE PUBLIC THOUGHT 0 t Tah tyi Pple j p Overcame Abu es I x + F uiuM In Centralization ef POPUI I 1 and Trade In Large Cities < < Bail UP Interest In Hem Towns 1j Chir eago says that his sermons are tranal tory and unsatisfactory In effect uA eermon he says no matter how good Is like water that Is poured through a sieve It Is the constant hammering that produces results upon > the hearts of men not what Is learned today or tomorrow but what Is ab 0 Orbed a note this week and a note next which strikes o responsive chorE In the hearts arid lives of the different t members of my congregation no two of whom are alike In temperament all of whom require different treatment If we are going to preach sermons c we must preach them regularly not it xi alone from the columns of a trade magazine but from the forum where the people assemble And the words J &g...

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. — 18 November 1908

r 4 T 7 4 t f v w 5 Tt r 8 i x r R Fx r ± 4i 1 I K I ys gr i Y < L I l rt z R 4 r tile sl r 15t 1k 1h I t t i J < M < uif 1 i1P1t > > c CJt < L t j ij Jl1 < J Y j 11 toi < i rsn Y > i1i C i4i f rt II f2 t i i1P1tLt r j 1 K 4 ir l J L iJ w 7 h iF t z < i ifc lv f v t i THE WINCHESTER flEWS 1 Paw Three b AROUND THE l oUSE + LITTLE MATTERS OF MORE OR LESS MOMENT < Convenience for the Kitchen That Is 0 WEasyto Make Egg Shaker Fre > t fluently a Sensible Ingi vestment Nowpr pKItchen Convenience Once have a dust box In the kitchen and It will become a parth of the necessary j furnishings Mospl lany grocer one J trades with regu pygq larly will give y 40 K peou ycracker woodefu cracker boxes r coi j e The hinges are simply pieces of tin and soon break but buy a pair of small steel hinges and screws for ten 4cents and a white china knob and screw for five cents and add these to your cracker box Then Instruct the maid to empty all dust pan gath i rings int...

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. — 18 November 1908

tI11j t L I t F 4 a w 1 b uky Y w e ° 4 t + I x A gy Lsw bl < j20 ji HE WINCHESTER NEWS 4 i 4 Ar Independent Newspaper 1 1 Published by I 1 The Winchester News Co t Incorporated K J 0 Office South Main Street + i Dally Except Sunday fig metered at the Winchester Post Of t flee as mail matter of the 11 > second class V SUBSCRIPTION RATES I f Carrier Delivery 4 fj29t A > Oue week 10 1 Payable at office or to collector t n fyfiiy week u Mail Delivery 1e year 300 4 i t tifiir months 150 J Ole month x h t 5 I Payable in advance t ADVERTISING RATES w cJi Disolay Per Inch jQne time any edition 25 < ree times within one week 50I J One week continuously 100 7 One calendar month 300 FoUr weeks four times a week 240 Four weeks three times a week 180 Four weeks two times a week 120 r5F perL L cent 6 months 25 per cent one year 33 13 per cent < v Reading NoticesPer Line Business notices body type 7c t lure reading news headings 15c i L < V INew Phone No91 r = WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER...

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