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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 24 November 1908

ir Jo CI T 1 it r W THE WINCHESTER NEWSS PUBLIC IS WARNED t AGAINST BAD MONEY 1 Wilkie Pronounces Counterfeit five Cellar Bill Deceptive Washington Nov 2 Chief Wil kie of the secret service announced that a new counterfeit 5 silver cer tificate Inian head has been de tected in circulation having first made its appearance la Providence R L The counterfeit note purports to be one of those authorized by the act of congress ol Aug 4 1886 series plateI No2 back plate No 666 with por trait of Onepapa The officials declare it is a danger ous photomechanical production printed on one piece of heavy bond paper but a defect in the plate gives the Indian chief a crosseyed expres sion The blue seal closely approach es the genuine in color but is badly printed being coarse and rough with many broken lines The back of the note is a very deceptive piece of work and except for being lighter in color appears much like the genuine IT the sample furnished Chief Wilkie there appears to have been no at ...

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. — 24 November 1908

n r s t Y < r r Or r 11 p J II n 4 r t r > > I y > Pam Eiaht A THE < WINCHESTER NEWS CLOSINH ON T ANKSGlVINHI v Many Not to Dpen at AH Others to I iBe Open to 10 a m List of Names f Thanksgiving Day will be more ful 4y observed this year that for man Y years past Most of the leading stores and business houses will be closed some all day some nearly all day The clothing and shoe stores will close at 10 a in Thursday and re main closed the rest of the jl The following houses have ag r ed to close t Allan S Murphy RapardSteward I Company Vic Bloomfield J H Keyes McCord Smith Phillips W S Massie The coal and building materials firms will close all day Thursday The following have agred to close Bedford Tuttle Fox Bros Mc Cord Track McCormack Harclnian Royse and The WinnMartin Coal V and Supply Company ROAD SUPERINTENDENT I MAKES A NUAL REPORT I t Mr D S Haggard Shows Just What Has Been Spent en Clark Pikes The News gives below the gross cost of maintaining the public roads...

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. — 25 November 1908

r 1 o X i < k F < t J Iy P II 7 f f w i tf d JDITION fl t t OJ > t < 0 < L i i f f < > t LARGEST CsRCUMAK t S tJ AV a 11JII ySt f11 W rill I Jrou naa w et1 1t yr sx4i bM t r i e r it ° r j e a6C t < iI pl rl ylr ° lr = 4 tkr a oJ urn ix tljj7 4 eT 1 D DW r U r q IIU E JX N Ij u T 1 t t2 < X ir F W tH Y WEATHER 1 trlb Tllr ltlfttT t and 4 i Thursday A jTh 4 VOL1 NO 39 WINCHESTER KY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER is i9di 2 fTd II i cons A con n CENTS A WEt BURLEY TOBACCO SOCIETY HAS DISPOSED OF ENTIRE HOLDINGS f 4 2 ffcpileiits Organize and Take Over the Full 25 Per Cent Which Will Hf l be Distributed Among Themselves N t L Jt r I 4 > i 2 fjih bigge fiftle of tobacco that < fias even been made in this country I was brought to a close Tuesday night t in this city when the American To bascb Company and a number o > 1 de ndeJlt manufacturers took over < the entire holdings of the Burley To ibaeco Society which included the re mainder of the 1906 crop and all of...

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. — 25 November 1908

j l i < < > 0 < > t1 0 G 1 0 > S 1 w eiJ J r > F 1w 4 b1a 1 > < > i l U X j s x a 1e THEWNIC i IJ = r t CJ e p r < tJ t 1 1 > a t 11E H I HInSr i t ° B EtflND WORDS SHOULD BE FACTS IT WILL PAY YOU TO COME TO l OUR STORE IT IS EASY TO ASSERTI BOLD TYPES ARE IMPRESSIVE BUT f QUALITY AND PRICES ARE MOST LOOKED FOR f And Now for Dress Goods THE StOCK IS COMPLETE WINTER WILL SOON BE HERE OUR NEW CLOAKS ARE IN WE ARE HEADQUAR TERS FOR UNDERWEAR OUTING CLOTHS FLANNELETTESHOSIERY NO TIONS ETC I < V WHEN SHOES ARE SOLID THEY WILL WEAR WE HAVE THEM All = Woof Blankets o Y Sureenough All Wool both the Warp and the Woof ofevery Blanket will sustain the statemen We gladly invite all to make us a visit whether they wish to buy or not Ask for prices > SCRIVENER BROSCO ° 1 An Advance for Winchester > TE have just installed at great expense our w new engine ando her machinery with which we are now prepared to furnish DAY CUR RENT for light and heat and po...

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. — 25 November 1908

C VY f S r J JJ i l n F tJF 11 y v p M fM y An f J LI rAAf w l S rs ry F a l + w d f + f t + 1 c ri1 4 V 1 Y r f i Ac 7 f + 11A + fur 1 > u THEIMCH ST HW 2M Tir 1 il r r 1 01 H I J1 RANDTII iS mf RAn UHI 1 I A 1r11I1 m C6J tr4 IIWIIfOO1IDJE m YLt l tyEarie HookerEtton WOQKiBTOKf SISTER wanted chickens Thanksgivin day to eat > Brother said a gander was mighty hard to beat Ma she wanted turkey an pa he wanted duck J7f Hen I went out huntin an had the bestest luck 4d J + tr Heard a norful growlin j but say I didnt care 1 i1j I del aimed my rifle an shot this grea big bear I < f j BEARD A NORFUL GROWLIN BUT SAY I DIDNT CARE CABEI l ISTER wants the gizzard the neck er anything SoISTER anythingf f t 1Brother wants a drumstick an mother 11 take a wing ffa Father 11 take the wishbone with des a slice of breast I r An as Im quite hungry I think Ill eat the rest Dont I wish that Rosefelt the presdent was my pa j f 4 Nen Id shoot some elfunts way down in Africkah n 1 Jimmys Thanksgivi...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 25 November 1908

v rf3 5 3 i ys fir 7 r n L a r uir a l + iw 4 1 ny r 7 ri 1 n p yf + j i s rw J I j e + 6J ak + r a iaj f ISPi t tfr x a t < TT Ik J 6 f s 1 r 4i r n r 8 Jf b vvj 4 > < yf T tJ t miriwidiiESTw itf iL r I 7 iI r r f lltfWIiCIESTER IEWS I it1 P f > M Independent New i i < j Published ° by t the Winchester News Co ri > Incorporated i iX Office South Main Street XS I Daily Except Sunday r t catered at the Winchester PostOf flee as mall matter of the fr V second class 1r viVv SUBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier Delivery > f6 Daily one year K 520 > I j One s week 10 > Payable at office or to collector very week o < > T Mail Delivery 300r year S r fOn r r Six months t 150 One month 25 J < Payable in advance Y < Y ADVERTISING RATES r 1 DisDlayrPer Inch One time any edition > 25 Tee times within dne week 50 J One week continuously lOu One calendar month q 3 00 l Four weeks four times a week 240 Four weeks three times a week 180 Four weeks two times a week 120...

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. — 25 November 1908

i M t t I 4 4 n w f 4 r 1 t h rl t x iue l h is y t d 11 iIr 7 z r rr f 0 < C 7 r l TH E n KiE S9a Flue I y 0 q P YS wYfz i rasii rgrs + e C 1 < T i > i r 1 J r 10 7 GT i T F rr 0 oJ 1 I v B1f1i T Fashion has decreed against the long loose coat and woman is rejoicing No more need to disguise heir figure in the Mother Huhbard styles of the last two years She welcomes the DIREC TOIRE influence as seen in todays to celebrity the famous YANKEE PRINTZESS > r v > > < I Y I fv A viv 1 rv > r Its long flowing lines semifitted and very gracefulare sure I to suit every figure whetherfull or slender Its designis simple makingthe most 4 J of the mate aIs beauty Not a fussy stylere fined and > M Aost distinctive < as < all tailored styles < m > V > > should be v V C v Iii t I 5 7 r Youll like YANKEE PRINTZESS We 7f were so confident of yotte endorsement that we have ordered an exceptionally great varietyeven for us You 1 can I select any colors smooth...

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. — 25 November 1908

T > I N < S I ii4i > i 4 f 1 ti ih j y q ff t < i y Et L < jtr t t > > c 4 tr rJi i d t11 j f Pagex < 14 t Y > J rtt WI H CMEitl < ii > > J y E j d 2fjfHlEr t lmLctJ17 O J SYNOPSIS 1 l 4 inp p y fn Francisco to join his friend and dis tant relative Henry Wilton whom he was to assist In an Important and mys 0 terious task and who accompanied Dud ley on the ferry boat trip into the city The remarkable resemblance of the two men Is noted and commented on by pas I engers on the ferry They see a man I wIthY snake eyes which sends a thrill through Dudley Wilton postpones an ex planation of the strange errand Dudley at to perform but occurrences cause him to know it is one of no ordinary mean Ing WJlton leaves Giles in their room 1 with instruction to await his return and hoot any one who tries to enter CHAPTER II Outside there is heard aS quarrel Henry rushes In and at his re quest the roommates quickly exchange clothes and he hurries oifc again Hard ly...

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. — 25 November 1908

0 > < 2 o < i it > r f if f f 1 > i ov t Lti1494e tf IIi S Z t Jf iY + M Sa I iJi5 d tT > 9 T i J 1 r II s IIi ipit k 11L aTaaw a i amw 16w wa L JL 1 1 r i A > Ji1 1 JJ i tt t I 1 im II Q > I I U QUM CI A fll WWWMW rJyGoodlQe Jto Goodioe Thomas COPYKKUITIVOS BY aeoooB THOMAS UQWebry god ought to know deys welkim as kain be J So pitch right in an hep yoselbs to ebrjnbing yo see Jai italit dem biskits goin round fo dats yo job ol man f Aa chase tlem wif de sweet pertaters quick s dey leab yo han x I t JUw Mote yo show yo mannahs f o dese folks er Ah tell yo JWhll be a chile go hongry an hell git a lickin too Eeth Onole Dan is de possum meat Ahs lookin ftahdat 1 Amr Leahs apiece espeshly youahs all brown an streaked wif fat I I r THAS tde graby 1 Don yo fret its comin right up daih f An sich Wy dat air possumfat enough I do declaih To nek enough er graby fo de machin Isrulites H e ah Revend 3Cstah Feguson be sash yo gets yo rights If De lII ell am sweet Wy man y...

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. — 25 November 1908

o c I I > a 1 I I n I f C 11 + > 1 l > Ii i lirj 4L t t r ThanksgivingDisplay rlI > tf more than usual beauty awaits joy ou J 1 t here We have an assortment = qf v i 1 7 fl t > Dining Room and Kitchen Furniture > > f jo fthat you certainly ought to see You r x t 1 7 will find everything so handsome laid t Jr well made and so reasonable in price i that you will not care to make your old 1 i i1i things do over Thanksgiving Make I the day and dinner perfect by invest N t 1 ing in some new furniture Bought t 1 r j here it is an investment > not a specula a tion iT t X f HALL ECTON FURNITURE UNDERTAKING < l I L J Ni < i n ARTIS TURNBULL r I Ladies ate Selecting Cloaks Suits N sand Skirts for Falland I Winter now rOut Goodsare thevery Latest Styles J and Designs in ail Colors f Per 1 I feet in Fit and Serviceability s Ii We carry a full and complete line of the very latest in Silks and v Dress Goods J Come in and see what we have You V welcomea I i Artis z Tu...

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. — 27 November 1908

7 ft x > > 1 x k Jy tj t wu 1 r f i fIr o s < 0 + Of i ooJ 4 h 2 V rr + J 2dDITIONr I rf I oJ I > J A J J > < If > y f U J < < r < Wi < f N j f tIr y Y < c + y t t J < r i f t t tIi 0 C If JIIW ItI o OJ to t h < xr i r x i T t t ct f rut < C > > 1 iir l < 4 < 6J p w IN CKE tTi JBIR NEW SF Iii t lAN lfY IS MAKING A TOUR OF t TENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT r > i b onUressrnan Will be in Winchester Friday AflerooonFavors CayPm imentAid for Building Public Roads Ras 1 4 < f WonJohn WT Langley was here for a f ew hours Thursday afternoon h He was greeted by many friends spine of whom were Democrats that = voted for him He ran some fifteen > huge > w abea JOf the Republican y elector s in his district His election yl > y such an overwhelming majority i i emakes him a cvousmciolis figure in National affairs He is in hearty accord with the policies of Presidentelect Taft It aseasonabl Buie that air Lahgley will be l eof t...

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. — 27 November 1908

fAft r l LSIG 1 I t II C 1 r B EffiND WORDS s M8 BE FACTS IT WILL PAY YOU TO COME TO OUR STORE IT IS EASY TO ASSERT f BOLD TYPES ARE IMPRESSIVE BUT QUALITY AND PRICES ARE MOSTt LOOKEDFOR r And Now for Dress Goods TM STOCK IS 6ofifikETE WINTER WILL SOON BE HERE OUR NEW UARti R y TERS FOR UNDERWEAR OUTING I CLOTHS FLANNELETTES HOSIERY NO TIONS ETC WHEN SHOES ARE SOLID THEY WILL WEAR WE HAVE THEM Ali = Wool Blankets t 1 Sureenough AllWool both the Warp and the Woof of every Blanket wiltsustain l the statemen I We gladly invite all to make us a visit whether they wish to buy or hot Ask for prices IY I I SCRIVNRBROSCQ I IJ i i An Advance far Winchester I x rE have just installed at great expense our Y Jievy engine and other machinery with which 1 we are now prepared to furnish DAY CUR RENT for light and heat and p dwer for fans and Bother motors l a = Let us give you estimates on this and allsorts of electric lighting I V Remember that electric light is superior to all others It is safe ...

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. — 27 November 1908

ti i f S I i t It bw a ft sf r r r t f k i + Yt fi 1 7 L r 1r < i wrkj f J Y ic s r II t iSIAILJiFiIOL V4 rtSIIER1QAI UIUILEDI t a J Ins piesslye Ceremonies at National > Capital President Roose f velt Speaks J tr r Vvasningtou Nov 2 wit nesSed the unveiling of the nagiTlfi cent equestrian statue of Geneal Philip H Sheridan one of ne great soldiers of the civil war dnd who also won distinction in the campaigns against the Indians Thousands assembled to witness 1 the impressive exercises incident to J the unveilln Among the throng of notable persons who gathered to do I nor to the memory pf Fighting I Phil were President Roosevelt who delivered an address the army whoI navy pfficers resiilent or stationed in to and near Washington the heads inI I the executive branches of the gov ernment diplomatic representnt yes of foreign countries and others of note J noteThe x The monument is located in one of I the most attractive parts of the na tional irjiplr it stands in Sheridan circl...

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. — 27 November 1908

TTTT fr 4 1 t t S t Ma y a s f i6 t > j t r y Y t w Y KF 7l7Jra cx 7R71QMpyNR tEI3i r I ra L t t 1F1 0 j yrtCKE I fY 44ST µ L if < 0 Q t TMlNHfWESTlER JEWS t r Anf Independent Ntwtpayir i VX Published by f the Winchester News Co 1 < = io Incorporated iv Office South Main Street x J Daily Except Sunday 4 i J f Entered at the Winchester t Of J r flee as mail matter of the t J second class t 1 ff > SUBSCRIPTION R TESA H S 2 i Garner Delivery TvU r Daily one Yearr 520 4 One week 10 M i > Payable at office or to collector f every week j iy > Mail Delivery h x One year 300 1r sbc months 150 One month i 2 D l i Payable in advance > ADVERTISING RATES < t DisolayPer Inch hie time any edition Y 25 Three times within one week 50 4 One Week continuously I t 100 30i 7 t > Four weeks four times a week 24t 1 Four weeks three times a week 180 Fourweeks two times a week 120 Four weeks one time a week 75 k t Time discounts 3 months 10 per is cent 6 months 25 per cent one ti...

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. — 27 November 1908

TTTI < i S r 1 c e v > 7 v > > > > l 1lu di rdt JJ 1 tJnv 2 1 t t d1 r t r > iJJ tC n c L 4 jt i f > w + ale Je T C O t r l n s Yv + t = r 4tf r 2 f < 3 trEia rL rs1M Q v Y r J Ii r t Jt Z I C r1E > i 7 Q p rK + N t to 4 13 i 1 J1R 0 j S S i iI1 o j7t 7 3 > It Fashion has decreed against the long loose ri coat acid woman is rejoicing No more need to j I disguise her figure in the Mother Hubbard styles pf the last two dears She f welcomes the DIREG TOIRE influence as seenin todays coat celebrity rthe famous YANKEE PRINCESS t < tj j > iv ItS long flowing j lines semifitted r and very t graceful I are sure to suit I every figure whether full or slender Its design is simple makingthe most 1 > of the materials beauty i Not a fussy styleHre f l1ed and mostt distinctiveas kfr tailored f styles should be i j l > < > C > Youll like YANKEE PRINTZESS We vereso confident of your endorsement that we have ordered an exceptionally great variety...

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. — 27 November 1908

1 P f y > r4Y f Ati lhlt O JJ It 4 11 h t J rlh a 1 Jf1 < 5 S r + 4t kf iI t1 if fI 1 > c 1Y f t ic I r 1 JMd1 t d1 4 V 7 p y 1r J r C 1 it s t EI r THIE WIHtKES 1 i v V i tlr r tv CHAPTER VIII I Lrt zstn Which I Meet a Few Surprises J J awoke witH the sense of threatenOdw danger strong in my mind Fora moment I was unable to recall whereh I was or on what errand I had come andI I I sprang from the bed and peered s i about me A dim light struggled In from the < darkened window but no cause for apprehension could be seen I was the only creature that breathed the air of that bleak arid dingy room I drew aside the curtain and threw up the window It opened merely on + a lightwell and the blank walls be yond gave back the cheery reflection reflegtionof 1 r of a patch of sunshine that fell at an angle fr9m above > The fresher air that crept in from the window cleared my mind a dash oi water refreshed my body and I was ready once more to face whatever might befall I looked at...

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. — 27 November 1908

< I t rIt M X Z c TUT WHtiMtSTta KM it < I < MiNCEt1OYESfy f I J 1 i 1t NoLisEAuTvgsmos if WUIAp i earJ Leads Theatre In DisCountrySn et IAnd All t Description Of The Actresses I i I I I I 1 NEW YORK Nov 27Ships I brought in stillanpther cluster of op f eratic > and dancing stars yesterday La Touraiiie bough Mms Odette Vale the snake charmer > dauseuse and pantomime prima donna for s car Hammerstejns Manhattan Opera House and Miss Francis Alda the coloratura soprano and Jean Note the baritone for the Metropolitan Opera House while the White Star liner Arabic brought Claude Odellthe prize London Beauty with the classic form and face and C Dirbishire Jones the cellist HIs the American rat nutritious 1 was the first question asked by the serpent dancer a typically French product piquant pretty supple dark with cheeks full of color My snakes swallow each a rat every fifteen days explained the pelilali of the Manhattan Operd House 1 throw the rat in to them and e y spring ...

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. — 27 November 1908

h r y y r I + o u r < > > i + C l < < 4 r t 1 if J t I I > a + + J Li y i LM6fl ReidAdyeflisementsi tr t fRead This One at Any Rate 1 < TllS COUPON 1 7 s < Cut out and pr s ntd to us is food for > t 5Oc ana CasH Purchase t ti Mens 500 Shoes 7 < DC108AII jl IGood 1O8 MASIE The Shoe ManI 1 < L We Do Not Reserve Any 5 Shoe in our Store t i MASSEE The Shoe Man d fIT STEALING PITH r DB CARBOLIC ACID Yiung Man is Badly Burned But it 1 r is Believed He Will Ij < Recover I MT STERLING Ky Nov 27 < nflTiek Simpson a young painter l a7ked into Whites drug store pur = > chased some carbolic acid and drank J drugb He was seen to take the poison an tidotes were administered inimediate I ly and physicians summoned He was take to his home and is in a crit j leal condition Simpson had made BO threats of suicide and the at empt to take his life was a1 sur prise He is about 30 years old and Married Simpson is badly burned hut it is believed will recover i r Ne...

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. — 28 November 1908

C 1 > V Last Editloir J J r i JiIJj fl > I J it If 0 J J t i Fj c H > 2 j LARGEST CIRCULATIOWIN WINCHESTER AND CLJwk GCUMY S vXv v 1 V LTfftEt VIP4llESTIR NEWS f + f ry t i l i s i l 1 l tt Va4wy yl Y S MP + tr + oVMrV1 W1rYw4r144w1 J ti WEATHER > Rain Tonight Probably Sun J day Stationary Temperature ture 4 Ai AA A 0 YOLo 1 N041 WINCHESTER KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 28 1908 2 GENTS II A COPY 1 CENTS A WEFI I4 MRSD L PIM < HAS NARROW ESCAPE + Horse Runs Away and Throws Her Against PoleNo BonesJ Broken Mrs DL Pendleton had a narrow escape from serious injury Saturday about Boon by being thrown from a bug rv against a telephone pole at the corned of Boone and College streets Mrs Pendleton was returning to I her home in the t southern part ofI town from down town and was driv ing a high spirited animal The horse became frightened at something at the coiner of Boone and Maple streets and beau minting and got from under the control of Miss Helen I Nelson who was doing the drivin...

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. — 28 November 1908

+ v n I I J Ii 1 1 a f 6 Paao Twf t THE WINCHESTER NEWS N H7 EMERGENCY HOSPITAL IN A HOTEL The WaldorfAstoria hotel In New York Is the first hotel in America to Install an emergency hospital under Its roof This picture shows the neat personsy > who may happen to be injured in the big hostelry It has a surgical chair t operating table and all the appliances necessary to glln first aid to injured enons rersonLI Inc IrA I uoi i riliMla JShe was a widow and he a bluff sailor who thought the world of her but not finding it easy to make a landsmans direct proposal he de r tided says a writer in the Kansas City Independent to address her in t the speech of the sea t > Kate said he our boat is t drifting down the stream of life with no strong hand to steer it safe < 4 ly past the rocks May 1 be your Laptain and sail it for you witf h an engaging blush although ina t fern tone but you may be my sec ond mate if you like rtr NOTHING GAINED BY DYING L During a snowstorm in the High C l...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
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