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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 15 December 1908

7 ° r LL c rL ojI r r x i o i A I J 3 jt x K lr3roiir COPfRIGKTISOa HY PRANK KSWEET t > Sam Waifely Harriet Hepner Q a ES my dear said Aunt Su y san reminiscently I re member my school days as t though twas only yesterday 4 And tlie spelling matches we used to Dave There was old Squire Hepner niio always took a great interest in our ariiool He was a peculiar kind of an Folks would call him cranky in these days I suppose He was so muff and sullen that youd think hed E ap your head off iTMucatiou was the old mans hobby Xe had no learning himself and used toi tell us how he felt the need of it Hit thought that people could not be iucated unless they could spell clean Jtom ba ba to incommunicability in tie speller spellerWell Well Squire Hepner had heard that tike Red Haw district folks were mak teg their boasts that they could out spell ours and it angered him His tghter Harriet was the best speller Hour school and they said her father apsred her any cow on his place if Med spell th...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 15 December 1908

7uurv = ir 1 THEM INCHESTER REW S q rt I BLINDFOLDED c l cA Mystery Story 1of San Francisco FranciscoEY WALCOTTH F OeP7r1ght JJQI the DobbaHerrl11 Cs Ai I had never heard this Interest Ing piece of information before I could not in strictness be said to have forgotten it CHAPTER XX IMaking ° Progress You really dont mean it said Lu ella severely and its very wrong to a ay what you dont mean In society I asked blandly Im afraid youre a heretic Miss Knapp But were not in society not just now that is to say We e just friends talking together and youre not to say what you dont mean just for the sake of pleasing my vanity vanityI friends talking together said I looking up in her face I was seated on the footstool before her and it was very charming 1to look at her face so I stopped at thatYes Yes said Luella bending forward in her interest i Before I could reply Mrs Knapps voice was in my ear and Mrs Knapps figure was in the archway of the al cove Oh you are here she said I I thought I h...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 15 December 1908

J tf r J tt < t t fIA J t tr iI t 4 T if btt 1fC 1 I J Ill J f oj lyNe 12TIIE WINCHESTER MEWS > ri j z L y 7 J tiLRSf fI = mmr lllf Your Christmas Money Buys More Here Thana H At Any Other Store I m 1 j r vi j V I dome tot HALLS the X Christmas Store for Everybody I W have prepared well in advance in anticipation of an unusually busy season Many of our iI patrons are purchasing gifts now thus taking advantage ctf our complete assortments and re ° ducts on sale which will be continued during this week We recommend early buying articles bought now can be delivered when you want them THIS FURNITURE STORES A MOST CHRISTMAS ATTRACTIVE SHOPPERS PLACE FOR fI 1 P < A FEW SUGGESTIONS mm A Desk DeskA r A Leather Rocker A Couch A Center Table I r A Picture r OME kitchen cabinets are storage V S cupboardsg O fjr for that but nothing else A > The Hoosier is in9teihan thatit is a step saver groups everything needed in preparing meal In one compact cabinet roB can put it near the range...

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 December 1908

tF c rr il r Last Edition < I > r LARGEST CIRCULATION flWi c H tsffi jjjg cLARK l OUN f Y 1 Y t 1K1 uE WINCHESTER NEWS 0 c + t Ji Rain Tonight Thursday iModerate Temperaturet A c r VOL1 NO 56 WINCHESTER KY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 16 19082 2 GENTS A COPY IS CENTS A WEEK i SANTA CLAUS ASSOCIATION ASKS FOR VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTION ti ther Olle Hundred and Fifty Poor Children in This City Will Receive No < Visit From Saab Claus This Year I The Santa Claus Association of this city is making preparations to supply those children to whom San ta Claus is not likely to pay a visit bn account of their financial straits with genuine Santa Claus goodies For ten years this association has been furnishing each year to the poor children of the city ranging in age from two to fourteen with can dies nuts fruits fire crackers ro man candles and a small present 4 tCanvassed The committee has this year can vassed the town and has found over one hundred and fifty children be tween the ages of two and ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 16 December 1908

yY k s t r rt I I W fr t k l 1 M 1 l ge2 THE W1N HESTER NEWS 1 r 9 IRkNOs < CHARGES I AS INFAMOUS i ffesiflent Roosevelt On Purchase f L Panama Canal Property 4i SENDS MESSAGE TO CONGRESS Declares Stones Alleging Graft In Connection With the Acquisition of the Title to Be Scurrilous and Libelous and Intimates That Pro ceedings Against a New York Edi 1 x tor May Be Instituted by the United r States Attorney General The Presidents Special Message k y I Washington Dec 15 President t Roosevelt today transmitted to con gress a special message dealing with the purchase of the Panama canal q site together with a number of docu ments bearing on the same takes f up the charges made recently in con section with the acquisition of the canal property to which he vigorous ly replies The presidents message follows vTo the Senate and House of Repre I sentatives sentativesIn In view of the constant reiteration of the assertion that there was some corrupt action by or on behalf of the United Stat...

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 December 1908

y > 7 i A I y ° M J r 4 S tc h < 2t r yTHEWINCHESTER NEWS i 4 ATIS8EST FUR STATESr 1ff Letter From President Finley of the 2 2 Southern Railway to Gov < Willson FR1UWORTKyiJecI5Ina letter just received by Gov Willson W W Finley president of the I Southern Railway Company writes the following which the Governor thinks of general interest to the South > 1 am glad to note your strong sympathy with the views which I ex P ressed I have given a great deal of thought to the economic problems which must be solved if the devel opment of bur section is to proceed under the most favorable conditions and if the Southern States are to at tam the high level of material pros perity to which the variety and rich ness of their natural resources en title them and I thoroughly believe that their proper solution can best be brought about when those who are laboring in any field of Southern development have the support of a t vhealthy and constructive public opin ion I believe that the more ...

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 December 1908

at c iix i d > < jor w j i t 1 F L w a 1 t 1 tX n r t jfve VVsy > 4 > i ti r 7 r > > THE WINCHESTER NEWS fiNGHESTER NEWS i Independent Newspaper Published by The Winchester News Co Incorporated Office South Main Street g Winchester Kentucky Daily Except Sunray Entered as secondclass matter November 28 1908 at the post office at Winchester Kentucky under the let of March 3 1879 SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1Carrier Delivery tAuly one year 520 1 One week 10 Payable at office or to collector toiiyery week if Mail Delivery n ayearrr v300 JKx months 150 h Dne month 25 r Payable in advance ADVERTISING RATES Display Per Inch One time any edition 25 Three times within one week x 50 0ne week continuously10n One calendar month a 300 p > four weeks four times a week 240 Four weeks three times a week 180 Four weeks two times aweek 120 Four I weeks one time a week 75 timeITime Time discounts 3 months 10 per cent 6 months 25 Wiper cent one rear 33 13 per ce t Reading NoticesPer Line r ...

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 December 1908

t < < f < i l l Vie rJi L < Lk < f d r < > i f r 7 H7 i ryf M J u N + i THE WINCHESTER HEWS Page j c y 9 m UREAT SCOTT t A BIG TUMBLE IN PRICES all over the house See what my competi tors have done in the Furniture line and then see what I am going to offer you from now until January 1st My competitors discount is from 5 to 25percent off but my price is AT COST FOR CASH I on very piece of Furniture in the house This stock has all been bought in the last 60 days for Xmas trade I1H V T LLJMAN 20 North Main St I r OCIRTYI Mrs Roll Ratliff and Mis Curtis Evans will entertain the Euchre Club Thursday s r Miss Mary White will entertain the Euchre club this evening Miss Alice Porter will be hostess for the Literary and Social Club Thursday ThursdayDont e Dont forget to go to the Audito um tonight to SEe the great Broom Ball game Winchester versus Lex ington s s 0 Mrs Gus Brooks will entertain entertainthe Mr Tom Hampton will entertain the Bridge Club Thursday evening T...

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 December 1908

I j r I L I t 4 IL l 0 i Tj z < p f 0 0 1 io rI 0 < It < l r If I x R < 11 i j J TMI WIICHEITER Iwl J t Oo RPHrBIlOMED CFOI PORTFOLIO > I It Receive Request From New Jersey Senators 1 HAS TALK WITH KELLOGG IfHfcusses AntiTrust Laws and Leg jMatjon With Director of Fight Against Standard Oil Company e Franklin Ferris Also Pays Respects to PresidentelectCon PresidentelectConi j frccsman Fowler Talks Over Pro posed Financial Legislation > ffe r YorkDec 15 Presidentelect Tilt who is a guest at the home of JUe brother Henry W Taft made the Announcement that the name of For aer Governor Franklin Murphy of Hew Jersey had been presented to dim for a cabinet position by the Jfew Jersey senators and other men t prominence in the party Mr Tafts most protracted confer j ACe Vas with Frank B Kellogg the prosecuting attorney for the govern j meIit In the Standard Oil and so 4 gilled Harriman cases Mr Kellogg frequently has been mentioned for at torney general in Mr Tafts cabinet...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 16 December 1908

t y r t y 4 3 w < l 1 J jf t 1 Ie r c Ir 0 > a j k 7 TIitWIIl CHESTERr1fEjS J > A Mystery Story of San Francisco aT EARLE ASHLEY WAICOTT Copyright 1MB the BobbeMtrrill Co tfow he continued you are to be he Exchange without fail on Mon morning Ill be there to give yqtfr orders Dont be one minute nd hand or there may be Tophet ayM And he emphasized his words th an Impressive growl that showed a Wolfs fangs Ill be on hand I replied Ciill then go he growled and lat you come with a clear head onday Keep your thirst uWJlI the game I Is overtC ff jw hours later I was atftne house Wolf but T forgot to ask for edge Knapp Luella received ith apparent indifference that sted sharply with her I parting was piqued Mrs Knapp was us and sailed between us be had received a dozen words ihere are your spirits tonight ked railingly Have you left In lower Pine street lave a heart for any fate Ire i lightly Am I too grave for jcaslon jcaslonure ure always under orders to be ful Luella broke in o...

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 December 1908

t I taI s R I t 4vj 1w THEWINCHESTER f NEWS 1i I f f r 1 k iJf 4 t Beare c IJ Impure Candies and Nuts S I Y F When you are ready to do YOUr Xmas buying consider it costs 4 ao more to buy the best and we pride ourselves upon the cleanliness r t and purity of your entire stock for instance the 2 solid tons of t < Y candy which we have on display We guarantee every piece to be i n l strict ce with the Pure Food Law S Our fine iiueof Fancy Box Candy this year is far superior than Sri ever before and you could make no better selection for a most attractive i Xmas present for your wife sweetheart t 0 ° TRADE AT THE STORE WHERE POLITENESS PREDOMINATESa < r tStoKely and RousavalL > WHATS A GOOD NEWSPAPER I < The Scranton Tribuneves the following ten points of a good news pa > er 1 A good newspaper tells the news I > as faithfully and truthfully as it ean without fear and without favor apd comments on it with the best in telligence it can command j A good newspaper is in le...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 17 December 1908

r f Ji a 1 4 I t t ti r1t xr y e 1 1 s 1r 1t 1rV 1 W1r + 1M tiMlMi irV ° t r j rtdstdition i s n < M < t 1 = LARGEST CIRCULATION IN WINCHESTER AND CLARK CQUNTY r < 7 4 > TOE WINCHESTER > NEW S 1 J 1 I I Z f i > If 1 i WEATHER 1 j rn < t lJ Rain Tonight Colder Frii r t day Fair Coldert 7voL 1 xo 57 WINCHESTER KY THURSDAY DECEMBER 17 j9o 2 CENTS A COPY II CENTS A WEt 111 V CASTS GLOOM 1 f OYER COMMUNITY MrsiTyirqinia Ecton is To Be Buried l ir Friday Afternoon at 2 V Oclock < t > TIle death of Mrs Ecton has cast a gloom over the entire community i > This story of her early life is given by one that is acquainted with the facts In 1862 a company was organized at the home of her father at Jack son Ferry for the Confederate army Miss Jennie then a beautiful girl was an enthusiastic Rebel her broth er John Henry Jackson being in the service After the retirement of the Confederate forces from the State the Federals again took possesion and her two daughters Mr...

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 December 1908

j k iFi t t 2 THE WINCHESTER NEWS r < ARTIST WILL RETURN r jm Hca to lecome Future H me of t Sculptor MacMonnies H y Tork Dec 16 Frederick Wil Jtom TflacMomniea the famous scalp jer one of Americas most prominent ySTtlsta sails for France today to pack ijp Ms household goods at his former jUm in Normandy When this is i Hne he will return to America and h Make his permanent home in his na 7 live country Mr MecMonhieswas born In Brook Jfn 43 years ago but most of his life Ae has spent in France k Im coming back to America to i K e he said I have lived abroad Jong enough I want to get back and f be ah American once more and spend 4 jjjfce rest of my days here r T went abroad to live in the rural Jferts of France on account of deplet lf d health Now my health is restored and I want to live in my native land I worked and studied in France en d derived a great deal of benefit from my stay there Most of my best work has been done there but now I five that I have got all I can out iY Fra...

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 December 1908

i 4 9 + y j a > c F ilY < r < f N dc mow4Y a r > t4P < cF er cto rgaw If 1 + t O I jt < + > t t J J t f t o THE WINCHESTER NEWS r Pall 3 A J SMASH INa FURNITURE D The Greatest Xmas Chance of All The Grandest Opportunity the People of Winchester and Clark t J County Have Ever Had to Get Queensware Furniture and Rugs at Really I 1 Reduced Prices Look at what we offer jjJ r i j 7r vt lf4 Furniture j 1 i < V V V v < From now to Dec 25 a 20 to 25 per cent cut on every article of Fur niture in the house THE REASONWe have gone in with a Chicago Syndicate to pUr chase our Spring stock so that we must have room for our share of the new spring goods < J C Morris ChairsThe ideal Chair for men who want real comfort in < mahogany mission or golden oak k r i Chiffoniers Some of the richest new designs in oak and mahogany r Chefferobes The very latest thing for gentlemen Parlor Furniture An unusually large and attractive line Dining Tables Give the dining room a th...

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 December 1908

R ° s rr C P y x t W w J fiil i X I L z e THEWlltCHESTER NEWS age 4 THE WINCHESTER i v E WINCHESTER NEWS j 11t An Independent Newspaper v r J Published byv KA 3ne Winchester News Co t 1 I Incorporated r i Office South Main Street k Winchester Kentucky s Sunray Entered as secondclass matter V t November 28 1908 at the post office ft Winchester Kentucky under the I 5 pct of March 3 1879 i SUBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier Delivery JDaily one year i 520 jIDtee week 10 j Payable at office or to collector vveekJ I Mail Delivery JOiw year 300 gKz months = 150 f jDne month 21 Payable in advance ADVERTISING RATES Disnlay Per Inch + One time any edition 2 < three times within one week 50 jjQne week continuously 101 One calendar month 3 00 Four weeks four times a week 240 t your weeks three times a week 180 Four weeks two tinesa week 120 HFour weeks one time a week 75 t Time discounts3 months 10 pe ant 6 months 25 per cent one r vjffir 33 13 per cent Reading NoticesPer Line Business notices body ...

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 December 1908

t tIf r tf nc oJ l1 > iJJi5 > f iJ S f J tc 4 t THE WINCHESTER NEWS > IJ PInb q j SW 1t SOdLBPYHOwenChaney 1 OwenChaney j > Mr Jesse Owen and Miss Vina Chaney drove to Lexington Thurs day morning where they were mar ked at the residence of Rev JW 1 Porter Miss Chaney is a daughter of Mr J W Chaney and one of Winchesters most attractive young J ladies Mr Owen is a son of Mr J Perry Owen and one of our most r successful young business men He is Proprietor of thestore at the i northeast corner of Main and Wash i ington streets A dinner will be given to the newly married couple Thursday evening by Mr and Mrs 1 Fred Owen at their home in South Park The young people will go to 1 housekeeping at the residence al ready built by the groom on Kentucky street With a host of friends we join in congratulations 4 Basket Ball The Oir15 Basket Ball Teams at the College had another of their + series of tournaments Wednesday afternoon Crescents vs Lemons 1 score 14 to 2 Cardinals vs Grass...

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 December 1908

I l 3 c 0 i < > f i t 1 a t S 4 > r r r C THE WINCHESTER 3 NEWSJ 1 > 1 01 I t I I II BLINDFOLDED 1 A Mystery Story of San Francisco FranciscosY aY EARLE ASHLEY WALGOTT v CopjTlffit 19M the BobbsMcrrlU Co At the earliest light of the morning 3 was once more astir but halfre a9ceshed by my short and broken rest ad made my dispositions for the day 3 ordered Porter Fitzhugh Brown Wilson Lockhart and Abrams to wait rfcr me at the Oakland ferry Trent who was still weak from his wound I it in charge of the home guard with Owens Phillips and Larson as his ompanions and gave instructions tc Jock for Barkhouse in case he did aot return Wainwright I took with jae and hailing a hack drove to the JPalace Hotel Ct There was a rattle of wagons and a inistle of departing guests as we drove info the courtyard of the famous hos 1 Wry WryI I stepped out of the hack and looked about me anxiously Was I to meet the TJnknown or was I to take orders from some emissary of my hidden em jloyer No ...

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 December 1908

4 Y S J yb 1 r p < L e n I x < 1 f 1 THE WINCHESTER NEWS < Pane 7 1 r TRIAL OF RAINS 1 IF ON i IN EAfNEST S r Jury Secured in Remarkably Short Time t STATE PRESENTS CASE 11 Prisoner Expresses Himself as Satis tied With Qualifications of Men Who Are to Decide His FateMin iature Reproduction of Bayside Yacht Club and Iron Manikins Will Ie Used to Portray Scenes of the Annis Murder New York Dec 16A jUt1rof 12 4men men has been selected to try Thorn ton J Hains a story writer as a prin cipal in the killing of William E An n a publisher who was shot to death by Captain Peter C Hains at the Bayside Yacht club last summer One hundred and seventeen tales men were examined before the jury box was filled Thornton Hains ex pressed himself as pleased with the makeup of the men who would pass upon the evidence in the case Hains said They are all good men and qualified to pass carefully upon the facts presented They are men of my choice and I feel that the Jury will acquit me when the ev...

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 December 1908

TT7 iJ + 1 1 tJ n 1 n G < y n T 1 t THE WINCHESTER NEWS 1 Beware iImpure t Dewareof Impure > 1 Candies and Nuts w 2 v V When you are ready to do your Xmas buying consider it costs M h w t > re to buy the best and we pride ourselves upon the cleanliness fld < purity of our entire stock for instance the 2 solid tons of jpifty which we have on display We guarantee every piece to be in T 8ilri compliance with the Pure Food Law Our fine line of Fancy Box Candy this year is far superior than aegis before and you could make no better selection for a most attractive JOnfis present for your wife or sweetheart > < 1 J > < TRADE AT THE STORE WHERE POLITENESS > 1 V AND PROMPTNESS PREDOMINATES i w < T vStoKely and Rounsavall mUCK BY CONCRETE BLOCK AND IS KILLED 1J5KC Falls From Walls of New Re r finerY Building On Head of Victim K s 9RGETOWN KY1Dec 17 SBcTSam Mooreland was struck on t ire lad by a concrete block which Jy r ARSfroiu the top of one of the new 3fcii3ii...

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 December 1908

of tt n y i ji tt 1 i it l J < j or 0 t i S tE4ifion1 A Y + Y a l i jJ sy i1Sr 1 f 3 3 l Vi 1 ici l p i i > r t f > h c rt I fG1 V < X JO Si r T r > J F bJ r M ftJl orr < f7J 1 0 wfST > CIRCULATION IN WINCI1 TER AND CLARK COUNTY r J fI > > t1 ti 1 N r IV > DS TE R < < a N j 11 M j i F x t 1 > 5 f < t L F fj It l f 1 1 tif r wFATHERa sf s t c l erauyY 4 A General Fair Tonight andr ft Saturday Colder Tonight f I IY Y and Saturdaya I < VOL 1 NO 58 < WINCHESTER KY FRIDAY DECEMBER N > ER18 1908 2 CENT rrA COPY II CENTS A Witt t I unnii REST IN LOCAL CEMETERY Funeral Services Over Remains of r Mrs Virginia Ecton Fri day Afternoon MrS Virginia Ecton was bmied Friday afternoon in ijle Winchester r v4emefeiy The funeral services v ere field at the First presbYterian church and were conducted by Rev J H Mac Keill of this city and Rev C J Armstrong of Troy New York a former pastor of Mrs Ecton The Confederate Veterans under command of Mr B F C...

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