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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 28 November 1908

< ny k I C r 1 A 1 w c f qt THE WINCHESTER NEWS Page Three I I THRILLERt How to Give an Electric Shock While Shaking Hands i k To receive an electric shock while shaking hands is quite a mystery to your friends This may be accent plashed with the aid of a small Indri tion coil that can be constructed at home The core A Fig 1 Is con structed in the usual manner with small soft iron wire to make a bundle about threesixteenths of aii inch In diameter and about two inches long The coil ends are made from card board about one inch In diameter g with threesixteenthsinch hole in the center When cutting the hole cut it CUtit1as as shown in Fig 2 so as to leave four small pieces that can be bent out f 1av ink the projections as shown After wrapping three or four turns of paper around the bundle ofwires the cardboard ends are put on with the projections inside so the coils of wire will hold them In place About 70 turns of No 24 doublecovered mag j net wire is first placed on the core for t...

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. — 28 November 1908

w r < 4 Ji j w 4 t 1 1 4 1 1 S c iv M t t H Ien Foui t J > 1 TLEtrPIGllt rrr l 1rtJS aII A41f = A THE WINCHESTER NEWS Xn Independent Newspaper V Published by I The Winchester Hews Co r j Incorporated J Office South Main Street T Daily Except Sunday r Entered at the Winchester Post Of t fice as mail matter of the second class t SUBSCRIPTION RATES I Carrier Delivery Oai1 tone year520 One II week 10 Payable at office or to collector I very week CJ Mail Delivery sue year30 i 5j 0 months 150 > e month 25 Payable in advance ilr ADVERTISING RATES 4 Disnlay Per Inch 04 thte time any edition 25 nfrjse jimes within one week 50 Otfe week continuously 100 One calendar month 300 t fourweeks four times a week 240 rour weeks three times a week 180 Four weeks two times a veek 120 Pour weeks one time a week 75 Time discounts 3 months 10 per Hlitr G months 25 per cent one > N 5 33 13 per cent Reading Notices Per Line vijtthess notices body type 71c ire reading news headings loo 0 T t H Ne...

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. — 28 November 1908

7 p I 1 A L ii c > r ii y < grv Vi jt4 4 c r i i < h i j c > > 7J f > > < x > r p f J F > 4 l < > i TtJ < H1 J f f J P3g d I e rr = = to t i < 1 1 r B9cIpIrY I Reception Mrs William R Thomas and Miss Thomas have issued invitations for December 3rd from 4 to 630 p m Euchie and Fortytwo Mr George F Clark will be hoe tees for the Euchre and Fortytwo Clubs Thursday afternoon and eve 1ni ning p J > The Kings Daughters bazaar will lie given December 10 = The Merchant of Venice will be given here December 14 Dont orget S Evolution Did itever occur to you that peo iplechane wonderfully with < the times and of course such things I as invitations wedding announce ments J8t cetera will naturally change with the other things I shouldnt be surprised but that Ill be writing about some wedding in this manner The bride looked very well in a traveling dress but all eyes were f centered on the groom He wore I a < dark suit that fitted his form p rI f...

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. — 28 November 1908

0 a f I k 4 g t ti y M si y ri t ti + 1 1 d r 1 f 7 r a 4n 4 4 4 h v y Page Six f THE WIHCNESTEP c j F ODIF I BrJf mzcarr aAYII ffTl BOlf5mzRLa C347W N q CHAPTER IX > A Day in the Market The King of the Street stood for a rj oment staring at me with that J strange and fearsome gaze What was there in that dynamic glance that f struck a chill to my spirit as though the very fountain of life had been at tacked Was it the manifestation of k A the powerful will behind that mask Was it terror or anger that was to be read in the fiery eyes that gleamed from beneath those bushy brows and In the play of the cruel mouth which irom under that yellowgray mustache gave back the sign of the Wolf Have you any orders sir I asked inas calm a voice as I could com wand Oh its you is it said the Wolf slowly covering hIs fangs If flashed on me that the attack in the Barton den was of his planning that Terrll was his tool and that he had i supposed me dead It was thus that 1 could account for his star...

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. — 28 November 1908

I < > 0 J 1 1j 0 j t J 7 I no THE WINCHESTER NEWSPa Page Seven I t 1 FEWTR1 KT1I1t5K S i1KL OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN THE NAPOLEON OF GRAND OPERA I Mr Hammersteins success with the Manhattan Opera House New York 1 and his new Philadelphia Opera House stamps him as truly the American i Napoleon of grand opera This year Mr Hammerstein has a greater galaxy of stars than he has ever had before His Philadelphia house which was regarded as an experiment sprang into as sudden popularity as did his ven turwn New York two seasons ago He declares that he will import even I I eVeDm6re I 1 t MINERS WIN CONTENTION Arbitration Committee Decides Shot I Firing Dispute In Their Favor Fort Smith Ark Nov 2J Thom as Moses state mining inspector of Illinois George Colville president of the Missouri miners and Carl Sholtz president of the Rock Island Coal company the committee on arbitra tion to which wus referred the shot shote firing question which has tied up the mines of the Western Coal and Min lag 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. — 28 November 1908

rx w 4 D 1 II f PayEfgtr THE WINCHESTER WEWS 1 MAKES REPLYi 1 t t iTO CRlnCISM vhinan Payne Defends Commit T tee st F J > i pie Are the Judges 0 V Washington Nov 2SVe are liUy aware that the bill Deported from the committee will b3 judged by the people not in the light of view fit those wise prophets or Critics who e judging it in advance but in the limit of what will be learned from the bill itself and from l a examina azrexaminae tioa of the material befor the corn anitteerrL J 3a these words Sereilb4 Payne chairman of the house ways and means committee replied to the let tic from JXV Van Cleave president t the National Association of Manu facturers criticising the methods be lii pursued in revising the tariff Qi course if you have no informa tka at your disposal which would EM the committee in the formation of a bill I can understana your re f Sal to appear If you have such information I can not see why you do not accept the invitation which has been extended to you and which ...

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. — 30 November 1908

< 1 J iji 1 Ztf 0 ylHas 1t Last Edition jr > L r c r r fcI t v c 4 i z t e 7 q i A r 4 tS1 t S t 7 I LARGEST CIRCULATION IN WINCHESTER 4 e AND CLARK J COUNTY it S W J r 1iE 1 W IN c U EST E p R N E W p SL i t t l It IIH H A j NEW HOSr WA ON FOR THE > yWINCHESIER FIRE DEPARTMENT f > 1f 8 Idi and WP Hackett Return From Investigating Matter at 1 Columbus Obio t I It is noiv ns urea that the fire de paitment will have a new hose wagon wagonifessrs Hacketf the committee appointed t by f lie Council eturned Sunday night from Columbus 0 where they have been investigating the matter rhem l1fact1rersdo not keep the wagons in stock hence the wagon wall have to be built after the ordet 1 it haS1 en filed r iJ fnie company nromised to send K SERVED FUND PAID t r DOT TO THE GROWERS I f Efflhtof the ten Per Cent Held Back I From Tobacco Sales is Distributed I Eight of the ten per cent of tlie 4tObacq groWers money which has Itfcn withheld from the growers as an equalization fund by 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. — 30 November 1908

> tr eX 1 + t d w r vK yt I Rf y y 4 a 1aiiTws t > lou Cannot Answer These Questions u < < = = fi wnr do you continue iStSfg your knees and elbows S 5E8 at a time when you can j irielch out in a full bath tem jpered to suit you and can do so M l very mOl ing if you wish 2Why pump and carry wat i er fer your kitchen and laun fcy work when you can have it at hand fog the turning ofa jfsaeetf 1sncet3Why 3Why take chances on > drinking germfilled cistern wat er when you can get it from a large reservoir filtered through ibe best filter plant South of the Ofcio River L L 1 4Why have a dry dismal looking yard when you can have it filled with green grass and blooming flowers and can at the same time get rid of the dust in the street 5Why suffer other incon veniences when you can have everything for the comfort and health of your family right in the house 6Is it not true that the an swer is not lack of money font lack of economy and enterprise and indifference to getting the ...

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. — 30 November 1908

i t Cj F J > 4 I t f Tb r r J t THE WINCHESTER NEWS Page T6rer T t f RECIPE FOR GOOD BREAD BREADar Ingredients and ConiAositionof the Lifew r It jfc new and good recipe for making bread is as follows To one quart of equal parts water and sweet milk lukewarm add two cakes of com tipressed yeast and stir until completely Then add a teaspoonful of salt and three tablespoonfuls of sugar When these are dissolved stir in well aifted warm flour until a dough is formed sufficiently stiff to turn out from the mixingbowl on the mould ing board In a mass The amount of flour required to do this is about three quarts To this flour may be added a large teaspoonful of lard the result is excellent Knead this dough add ing if necessary a sprinkle of flour from time to time until it becomes smooth and elastic and ceases to stick tithe fingers or the board Then put it into a wellgreased earthern bowl brush lightly with melted lard cover with a woolen cloth or blanket and set to rise in a warm place...

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. — 30 November 1908

0 4 i tr ri U 1 < t > c r I lrJ 4 < > K t 3 k > + oJ 1 p ie f I t ofJ < t r 13Iff 1r tr o o i V rHEtNf CHESTEft N r i Ijo f r 1lw 7 tI r < WJMCHEStER JEWS V < t2iAr independent Newspaper 2 i > + Published by fej Jhe Winchester News Co s > > Incorporated 4 f Office South Main Street f v > 9 yr Daily Except Sunday f latorcd at the Winchester Post Of jrl as mail matter of the > 4second class i < 4 classRATES > SUBSCRIPTION RATES 4 Carrier Delivery OJ Dil yon year 0 520 x < J UMi week V 10 f payable at office or to collector < < i i nfiy weekPi f Mail Delivery T j year 0 tp3 00 1 15O 50J imonthJo 25 1imonth Jo > 1 rfljkyable in advance > 10 o J r f ADVERTISING RATES t DisDlay Per inchI j r > R time any edition 25 > tkree times within one week 5Q 3 week continuously 100 t j CNiS calendar month 300 Vvxa weeks four times a week 2 40 i F1ir weeks three timesa week 180 I fVor weeks two times a week 120 111 weeks one time a wee...

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. — 30 November 1908

ir y p c l f r Lf t 1 r 1 0 r A R f f 4 a a a 4 fj I + c it r W ta ri tn ri C J r l i J de n A L x 1 v jV f J F i y Y jioawj S S y f j iiit t r J PERSOf ir 4r < iJMIss Margaret Burke visited in Mt 1tilit g as1 wcpl Y yTissf Mcirtha Eye spent Snn 1ay in J < Lpxlrton t MV and Mrs William ifcCrney spent Sunday in Lexington liMIiss Rose Burke of Lexington spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Mrs4j1Dc AHss Christine Mflam returned i Sunday from a visit to Lexington i Miss Mary White visited in Lexr ingtbr last week Dallas Powell spent Sunday in Lexington V m 1 i John Nunau spent Sunday in Lex < Jfington JfingtonJ Ji Miss Minnie AdamSj of Lexington t s visiting ni J L tX Mrs Abraham Renick will leave th1sweek for a visit ttP Chicago jgcs Sadie Sconce visited In Tex x tinS tori last week = F qI4 v less Julia Beach of Beat ydne is the 1tpitf Miss E1iznht th Crhw ford v Mr r WrCol1e attended the dance f at Lexington 1 Ycdlesd3Y m lit Miss Elizabeth Mae Ma gait hals > returned Jronr a...

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. — 30 November 1908

t j > r < > fRl > e I 1i 9 t a IlL < t e THE WIHCliESTER NEWS t 1 1 it I > t 1JrEJU3F r r < 1oA7r 11 < 41 f < 4 CHAPTER X t A Tangle of Schemes A fDoddridge Knapp was Seated calm ly in my office when I opened the door There was a grim smile about tlie firm jaws and a satisfied glitter 11111 the keen eyes The Wolf had found his prey and the dismay of the sheep at the sight of his fangs erjive him satisfaction instead of distress SJ tress I TvThe Itino of the Street honored me with aupjal nody f There seems to have been a lit tie surprise for somebody Jjon the Board This morning he suggested v 11 heard something about it on the street admitted r It was a good plan and worked well Let me see your memoranda of purchases eT Lave him my slips He looked over them with growing perplexity in his face s hunt f dred shares of Omega 1 PYes r fc You paid too much for that first lot He was sill poring over the + list Its easier to see that now than then I suggested dryl...

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. — 30 November 1908

s 4 k i V 4 r 1v y T y y7ir A ir A < G t w THEtiCME IER A 1 apI I as He Is He Is Not Subtle A Fighter Yes But No Trader By PROF KIYOKICHI SANO It Fenaer Prafessar of Psychology Kobe Normal School translated into action An American merchant who had been living many years in Japan representing a big New York firms id In business if you find the Japanese tricky it is your own fault When you deal with them rightly and justly the little Japs are your best friends and they will go with you through fire and water But if you spoil their hearts 4 xt1 1 everything goes wrong 1The Japanese if you like are a nation of fighters but traders never Why they cannot control even the trade of Japan The Chinese control a Urges hare of the export trade of Japan We can beat the Chinese with I the sword but they beat us with the soroban the counting machine the abacus abaensJapanese Japanese politeness always goes with selfrespect for among a self respecting community politeness is the only way of avoi...

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. — 30 November 1908

4 jr t a wvT7i < I J Jl f f I < + ir f I < r Jt < t t l t 1 f 7i L 1 i i > 1tt f5k LL s 24P SiS1a tt r f Rri Jc S E j w yrisrtf itr t lri T f a i S < iV Meti i 1 III k 1 t i A tr ft r kTHE WI111IIiRllfrl1i Fs i + S i n THE WIMCHESTER Yf J i > f e f I4i IEDLATE i 1 F IEDLATEm j to f miitsj Crimea Lawyer J = iiiit Brtfnguisied f Himself I ii 4 I n Two Wars J I IJhit B ThompsoiySrr died Sat idi vaf teruoon jit 3 oclockathis J e in HaiTodsb rgy Hte death was < eto the iBflrmies ofHe weroid have beeivSS years old on Jan r WLrvJB nPxt 7 T 4 1 He hn < been confined to his room for iVe past six months but up to t ti t tim he liacf retained his < facul lie to K remarkable decree Colonel Colonelci liumpson iv3s a potble h 11itctCl sz lg lived 1 H7odsbltr1 li rig his eiitiro ILfej wjth the e sec Lion of the time he spent in thee Iifed eraseairnlyt Famous as Criminal lawyer lie Jiad been tl practicing lawyer at life Ideal bar and surrounding coun ties and immediate...

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. — 1 December 1908

0aj c 1 Sf d I i i > 1 Y t f I y i = Est Edition > r > > t r l i ct + o t 0 y LARGEST CIRCULATION IN WINCHESTER AND rd tiK c UNTYJ i 1 fo > i < T I tWIN CIIESTER NEWS n VOL1 NO 43 WINCHESTER KynhSDAyDECEMBER 1906if 1 YQL DECEMBER 1 1908 > t CENTS A COPY II CENTS A WEEK V M CANDIDATES IN I i JUDICIAL RACE 7 L juiflfJ MBenton and Judge J VSmith lays Only Ones to Contest Primary t Monday was the last day for en tering the race for Circuit Judge for this the twentyfifth Judicial Dis trict and the coming Saturday will be the last day for nutting up the 500 for the primary entrance fee There will only be two starters who will face the barrier aud both of them being from this city it is a set fled fact that Winchester will be drain the home of the next Circuit Judge of this distiict Mr Grant Lil r yY of Richmond having withdrawn The candidates for the office are dint J SI Benton the present in cumbent aura Hon J Smith Pays Judge Benton has been on the 3jenqh for the pa...

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. — 1 December 1908

a ri 4 S t jJ vc L c s a4k t < < < i 7 42 I 4kR It Two THE WINCHESTER NEWS li < 4 THE ST PAUL FREE PUBLIC BATHS 1A SMALL 1 > PLACE t teat Success ofa Four Acre Farm F i Managed by a Woman Successful women farmers are no eager a novelty numbers of them being found In all sections of the coun try Possibly the smallest farm that I JUUB provided n living for its owner IH 1 r Carried on by Mrs Jane C Barrow of Connecticut This energetic lady has succeeded in obtaining a living for fteraelf and two children on the profits t a four acre farm sending the chil dren to school meanwhile The enterprise was started without I < capital seven years ago Mrs Barrow being forced to incur debt to pay for j roceries and supplies until the farm returns began to come In Bees small fruits and poultry were the founda tion Only one acre of the four was table for planting and this acre has wally brought in most of the Income r means of a system of Intensive farming which Is remarkable to sa...

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. — 1 December 1908

L f j w > L 1 7 r tf i THE WIKGHESTEm = NEWS Page Three > f HEAD OF MISSISSIPPI RIVER NAVIGATION AND LEVEE AT ST PAULI H SOUTHERN INTERESTS TO BE DISCUSSED AT GREAT CONFERENCE To Convene in Washington on Dec 7Secretary Straus Georgian by dis to Preside Over First Session I rASHINGTON D C Dec 1 Secretary Oscar S Straus of the De partment of Commerce and Labor has announced that he will preside over the first session of the South ern Commercial Congress in the New Willard Auditorium in Washington Dec 7 There is peculiar fitness in this announcement as Mr Straus is a Georgian by birth He will be sup ported on the platform by the sena tors of the Southern States and by many ambassadors and ministers M The subjects to be treated in the first session are Southern Health Condi tions and the Influence of the Pan ama Canal The first of these two subjects ip international in impor ianee TM because in foreign counties ihJne is much misapprehension re garding the Smithas a safe place of r...

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. — 1 December 1908

f > l Y 64f j 0 r > < i < t t rr 1 H < < rRYst y pn f i X t i a < Y tj iS i 2f > l > < v r V jt < t 7J YM n rPaItlF1 > p 1 txf THE IHCHlESTEir ilEwa t V t > ri i > TIE WIMSHESTER NEWS s I i An Independent Newspaper tI l Published by jThe Winchester News Co f JS Incorporated p I v Office South MainS eet Winchester Kentucky 0 o S i r i Dally Except Sunday filtered at the Winchester Post Of ik flee ass mail matter of the I i second class H SUBSCRIPTION RATES t Carrier Delivery Daily one year 520 dne week 10 i 1 Payable at office or to collector every week l Mail Delivery 0fce year 300 I 150J r > ns month v 25 iY able me advance e f ADVERTISING RATES > i Dlsnlay Per Inch r i One time any edition j25 4 Three times within one week 50 Mile week continuously 100 r One calendar month 300 FoUr weeks four times a week 240 our weeks three times a week 180 a j Four weeks two times a week 120 vvFonr weeks one tune a week 75 j Time discounts 3 months...

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. — 1 December 1908

e i K r J Ie if f 11 4 S f s l THEWINCHESTER t KEWS f Fhfp I 3 II cipthy y 1 PartyI I r One of the most attractive Club ties of the past week was the Bridge party give Saturday after 1 r noon by Mrs Ed Clark at her home on Boone avenue The house was attractively decorated in palms ferns and various kinds of potted plants 1 r Alter the garnet an elegant menu was served Mrs Clark is an unusually attrau tire woman and widely known for her popularity and hospitality 1 Among those present were Mes dames Strother Goff p B Winn Wylie Poynter John Bean Lee E ans William H Garner Ed Jtofcbell Gus Brooks Carrie Buck iner St eve Davis John Worth V jJWwBuBb + W A Beatty and Misses I r i Ethel Garner and Susan Buckner i i i t V t wonder whyit is that there is no mark on a man to indicate t whether tie ° has been married or how often A man is so built that c he cansail through matrimonal ven 1 tures like a duck through a rain < igtqrm tsad to say marriage i v marks a woman like j the smallpox ...

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. — 1 December 1908

J n y > I 1SJ Page Six 1 < THE WINCHESTER SG J < 1 r er HL2r ttJ27 Y d Jf y CHAPTER xi t I i iW 0 If 4 The street had changed its appear J ance in the two or three hours since I had made my way from the Ex T change through the pallid panic stricken mob There were still thou sands of people between the corner of < Montgomery Street and Leidesdorff and the little alley itself was packed fuRoJ shouting struggling traders Bat there was an air of confidence al most of buoyancy in place of the gladmand terror that had lowered 7 over the street at noon Plainly the panic was over and men were In spired bya belief that stocks were Jimade imade a few dispositions according ly Taking Doddridge Knapps hint I engaged another broker as a relief toyEppuer a short fat man with the baldest head I ever saw a blacfy beard anda hooknose whose remarkable activity and scattering charges had attracted my attention in the morning sessionWallbridge Wallbridge was his name I found and he proved t...

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