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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 18 December 1908

< 0 I I C y J > Y ZI fI i THE WINCHESTER NEWS o fifi S2v iHE SUNDAY SCHOOL n a 1 t < 1 x qIon XIIFourth Quarter xI For Dec 20 1908 t 1tji 9h f t4 + itQ s r t INTERNATIONAL SERIES < + jTfKt f the Lesson Lukii 820 d t memory Verses 810Golden Text 4Yr V Luke ii 11 Commentary Prepared 1 iy Rev D M Stearns r JObpyriglit 1903 by American Press Association PressAseocfatioaI rlfetened to the devil rather than to God j f jiudtby one man sin entered into the World and death by sin Rom v 12 x tM god pi this world the devil has fi been bidIng peoples eyes to the truth Jtnd to the love of God always setting t Before them some way which he In t Jtets Is better than Gods way hence jtf the sin of which we read In all the Bible story and in the whole history of > the race The alternate lesson for to < JUty tells how even Solomon so be Jrved and blessed of God was tunned sway from Him by the women of Ether nations and by them and their I Idols his heart was turned away from 4be Lord...

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 December 1908

Y 0 7 L 1 r t I t l ffi L i i ft i < o THE WINCHESTER NEWS > > vyat v t fl > i o or r JPIJI 3 r CUNTIBtIT1FQR5 CUNTIBtIT1FQR5t t t lIlE COflREO v SCHOOL I Over 1109 Has Been Subscribed By + Clark County Toward Be r trea Institution 5 i S The colored people of Winchester 0 and Clark county have made a de termined effort to raise money to ward the Berea College Industrial School fund Twelve hundred dollars have already been contributed Aside from three white contributions the fund has been raised exclusively by the colored people The white con tributions are W M Beckner 25 00 R It Perry 1 30 00 1 C E Lydane ow I 5 00 The amount contributed by the col ored people is as follows Lee Allen 2 00 Will Allen 5 00 Rachel Anderson 5 00 C H Armstrong 20 00 Rev H C Baker 5 00 + Nannie P Baker < 2 00 Pad Banks t 1 00 iii s < W W Banks 5 00 1fl ti Emanuel Bates > v 2 00 L M Bates 10 00 Garfield Bell 3 00 W 1VI Bell < V 10 00 William Bell 5 00 Geo H Benton o 10 00 H J Brent ...

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 December 1908

t 1 r > x 4 q y > p i i > r a x 7 O rs 4 + c s TE HETENEW o j r R Ir WIKHSTEI IEWSI JI lrrfi 1 r H r i 4 PIIIIIsM by f t I ° je fiGJn Winchester News Go j t r Incorporated rif jT Office SglthMalnSttletf jt Winchester Kentucky 7p DIY Except fmcay ff y5 i < y S4 Entered as secondclass matter 4 f mber28 1908 at the post office to Co i Winchester Kentucky under the J of March 3 187Q I i i f FRIDAY DECEMBER rJ 1908 i IIPI f uiTHE COLORED SCHOOL t is f bruin Kentucky Evening Gazette r v The people of Kentucky cannot af 1 fri to do otherwise than make lib a < 1 response to the appeal for the y I V accessary funds to establish the new V S r 3wk red normal industrial school to V f iae the work formerly done at Berea College The plans for this institu t J on commend themselves to every 4 ss thoughtful patriotic citizen It is proposed to do nothing that can be > the subject of the least objection or e criticism A large proportion of the funds necessary to establish the in 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. — 18 December 1908

r 0 w c jt 1 > t THE WINCHESTER NEWSr J < 1 u I f uu Pace S a r Y fi < 1K t uMBEJLAS 73f H Ejti f r w J Eb you know that an tJmbrella is one of the most useful as wefesan > exceedingly handsome Christmas gift We have a tr j V j i i Very utifulline 1 f Get Your RED CROSS STAflPS Here trr H BOWEN Jeweler and Optician > j C < I N a > I eOCIETY I I I titer w Literary and Social Club I 1 MissAlice Porter entertained the t > Literary and Social Club Thursday 1 in a sweet and attractive manner v yTlie Club on this occasion took up the study of that grand old poet L dByroni Misses Richie Lane and Margaret Sphar read most interesting and clever papers on The Life of Lord r I Byron JByronMiss Miss Florrye Smith in her attrac t ve way recited a poem from Lord > Byron ByronMiss Miss Winnie Garrett delighted her audience with several beautiful songs Her vbice is very sweet and plaintive After theprogram an elegant menu was served Among those present were Mrs William Jd...

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. — 18 December 1908

11 l h II if l 1t p ff 1 t Ii tl IiJ I 11 I 4 Q ij I K Pane 6 11 of F J ThE WINCHESTER 4 NEWS I I < ro lrnnnt p BLINDFOLDED AF A Mystery Story tof San Francisco z1by EARLE ASHLEY WALCOTT t r Copyright lJ the Bobb MerrIU Co f The train had not gathered headway Before a man bent beside me and Abrams voice spoke softly in my ear if There are two of em aboard f iYes1W did you find them I gashed asltedIn J 4 In the stoke hole I hid behind a bench till every one had gone and saw Jem crawl out They bribed a fireman taaoar2lr for deckhand or some one to keep em under cover They got oft the boat At the last minute and I sneaked after em s And theyre on the train 1 1 Yes three cars back next to the 8Iee ers Shall we chuck em over Aboard as soon as we get out of Oak jSiand r andNot Not unless we are attacked I re i turned Just sit down by the rear door and give the signal if they come t this way There be no trouble if V t they are only two1I We reaChed Livermore at near 11 voclock without f...

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. — 18 December 1908

T J n f o < J J tJ 41 1 A THE WINCHESTERBE Page 7 3 kJ I l 1 r ff DEFENDS 4t CONSTITUTION Attends Banquet of Civic if Federation i IS NOTABLE fiAT ERINfi J Presidentelect Breaks Bread With Millionaire Capitalists and Horny handed Labor Leaders Speaks Good Word For Sherman Anti Trust Law After It Had Been Bit terly Assailed by Ingalls Wilt Fa vor Amendments but Not Repeal New York Dec 16 The annual session I of the National Civic Federa tion in this city was brought to a close with a brilliant banquet which grouped together at one of the five score of individual tables President elect and Mrs William H Taft Sam uel Gomperg president of the Amer ican Federation of Labor August Belmont A B Garretson chief of the Brotherhood of Railway Conduc tors Melville E Ingalls former pres ident of the Big Four railroad Presi dent Seth Low of the federation and Mrs Low Former Judge and Mrs Alton B Parker and Mrs Andrew Carnegie At other tables at the ban quet hall of the Hotel Astor sat em ploye...

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. — 18 December 1908

3 k i T B j t r > M t w j r P c 1 c it < I u > 8 i THE WINCHESTER NEWS p Z r = j Beware of Impure r w Candies and Nuts When you are ready to do your Xmas buying consider it costs 2jBB > pre to buy the best and we pride ourselves upon the cleanliness apSpuritypf our entire stock for instance the 2 solid tons of I Mwdy which we Have oil display We guarantee every piece to be in dlnct compliance with the Pure Food Law Our fine line of Fancy Box Candy this year is far superior than ertr before and you could make no better selection for a most attractive 3nus present for your wife or sweethearti > 0 t Y TR DE AT THE STORE WHERE POLITENESS t JAND PROMPTNESS PREDOMINATES M t Rounsava11o aenjR Si FROM TRIP J THROUGH MOUNTAINS i MOUNTAINSr JL iLee Wainscot Made Business Trip Through Wolfe Breath 2iUt and Morgan r Jjtir G Lee Wainscott the well < JBHtftrn pop man of this city has Jp 4 itJtuiuQd from a business trip 3BoaglLBreathitt Mojgdaand Waif WHwUes where he has been loo...

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. — 19 December 1908

J I C L i2 t I 4 AUiIJ < ryfrI i i Sft 1 a L ItIOO < k i 1 w r r f 1 i d c < i I < t 1 I 4 c J J JUARGE CWUlMliC M wll nR AND CLAltX COUrt I > J r5 + > Wii1 V < V J F V V 4 V 4 ThI < ViNdllESTER > L NEWS < T r 1 f p Y rL I WEATHER 1 7 L F Fair Tlniil t Sunday Mod J y crate Temperature 1 J c 17V0 4 1 NO 59 I WINCHESTER KY SATURDAY 1 DECEMBER a 19 1908 0 2 CENTS A COPY II CENTS A WOT 1 l Ei c ADD4TIONAL RURAL ROUTE f ffI CLARK COUNTY 1 pjfjfse Uepartmot Authorizes Clangesijo R < utes2 I i and S h > 1 i Sevar lCarrie3 isu oeir Salaries Raise > I > 1l Postmaster R R Perry in com pany f Avith Hon John W Langley was 1 before the postoflice at Washington E e last Saturday December 12 to pro cure additional postal facilities for Clark jcbunty The Sltcc ss of their I efforts sbowii by the following let terti > > r December 17 1908 The Postmaster Yiiichester Ky Sir Recurring to your personal l call at the Department on the twelfth instant at whi...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 19 December 1908

Ny t ft 9 TA t f I i ax d I j Pt 2 tLj4 TE WIN1U Ntws 4 > I J 1 I l in C t JfflGESW I HEISs t J LIBELED tjMt i rirfV r J WV 4 1 T r iiiiig Rockefeller las Pub fisher Arrested r 4 1IiNTS STOCKADE STORY s 4 STORYs j Complaint Is Basedzon Dip atch 4 r From Chicago Printed In Hearsts New York American Which lntl r mites That Son of Oil King Origin t ated Peonage In Stockade SaVs > Publication Tends to Injure His s Good Name and Reputation New York Dec 80n a charge > r 4If criminal libel made by John p e Rockefeller Jr S S Carvalho pres ident of the Star company I publish YorkH i 1 American was arrested and arraign ed in police court before Magistrate Jinn At the solicitation of Clarence Ic J 3 Shearn attorney for the Hearst 4 1 publications and without any objec tion being raised on the part of As sistant District Attorney Garvan Who had charge of the prosecution Jir Carvalho was paroled in the cus tody of his lawyer Mr Rockefeller accompanied by Otis counsel Lawyer Murphy appe...

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. — 19 December 1908

I M < 1 j t t t it t i t J h + A THE WINCHES Pate 3 a e 1l1SIMAS nfCURlllnNS IN T THE LOCAL BUSINESS STORES t viain Street lows a Splendid Display of Holiday Wares and All the into Are Beautifully Dressed in Keeping With the Season rI Only a few days more remain be > fore Christmas is here From early morning until late at nigbi a constant Stream of men women and children in all walks of life can be seen in the business section of our city pur chasing presents carrying bundles and doing their shopping for the hol idays The proprietors and their clerks are up early and late at plight and the strain under which they are la boring is already t themb trot all indications this will be a record breaking Christmas from a business point of view Handsomely Decorated The merchants are taking great pains to have their houses decorated to suit the occasion and haet laid f in an unusually heavy stock of g nods InIiocity can be found more beautifully decorated windows and store rooms Nothing...

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. — 19 December 1908

L 1 s I s 1 d 6 + j < I ir < > s y J s A n i ha 5 i a i fj 05 I d wSydJI < i1 > r 6 I > w p J f t + r k lEtj t I 1 J1 r Gflth f 4 Jt i > Y r jw W WY L i fr1iE > C f iE xJ t W s 1 P4 > J tJle t iI A 1iHEIJCI1 = STEft HEWSp K r 1 w 0 h M = I Fay lt IICJ ESTEI EltS i < Ar independent Newspaper O y Publlsned by Vttf Ifi Winchester News Ci1 r zi Incorporated > 1 4 if j W IMfice South Main Street r y Winchester Kentuckyr Daily Except Suns ay v r ii Entered as secondclass matter 3rY mber 28 ID 08 at the post office drt Winchester Kentucky under the r Jtct of March 3 1879 J ATURDAY DECEMBER L 1908 i A BAD CROSSING = v ft Ion going to and from the Union de I t < t Highland street ic only second in f s ortance to Main street A very rJJarge per cent of pedestrians going > Highlandy gfr street The street and sidealks are I r fu Q faidy good condition except at r the extreme north end The space t spaceKh t Sttfl the depot is entirely without a grossing It i...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 19 December 1908

f r r K alr lf IJ 4 J it t i > il l 1 f r44 Sf r 10 t M f 7 < 2 l THE WINCHESTER NEWS PafofcJ iI r 1 1 I Q eLocIyM t H 1 EucbreandFortytwok < T 1r Roll RatlifE and Mrs Curtis Evans enteria dJvitha Euchre r J and iTortytwo party on Thursday v at their home on Burns avenue in > a most attractive manner J The hostesses were assisted in xen > r fertaining by Miss Nancy Kather ine Quisenberry After playing nan games a most 1 l delicious menu was servedw 1 Among those present for the Eu chre were Mesdames J Crews i ebE E Kidwell B FJohn f son Lucien Beckner Taliaferro Beck i e J T H ORear John t Clelland George F Clark Harvey FranKlin J W Igbmael Hari I Strpther Sam Jeffries Bruce Duty I Geor e Green Ella Pendleton W s H Sir ssman 6llie Hadden Gus Brooks W T Poynter Carrie Buck per 1 EEvans Ed Clark W H Garner Ed Mitchell Mark Donovan L Bl Cockrell John Worth of > New t ork T C Rcbinson Hart Robins n Charles Parrish J t Rhodes Viley Waryen Witherspoorr I Ra Y pa iterson ...

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. — 19 December 1908

II r i t i yi I YGr Ii par r if1 f f r n L < < > Jit i L r 7 l f r t r l > r j I l i u r 1 W J X fI I 7 r r te r i v 1 l L a efs > a 2 t 1 sT yi to S 1 I < n t > u N u tst J 0 fIt t 1W henVy6u arexeadyto xlo ypur Xmas bTrytng eo ide tit costs e JQ1Yi h besti and we pride atrs lyes the clean1in M t 1ofou1 ehhre stock Jornst1qc the Zs lid tons pf t winch welrtr pn dhplay uarsuteeei er piece to 1 1 4iri t Otn fiance wi the Pure Food 1l y j itJur fines line pf Fancy Box Candy this year is fair superior than ref re < and you could make no better selects focta nW t attractive irispresent for Sour wife oxsVteet1i < f l r > > l > I r TRADEA t HESTORE WHERE POrITENESS x AtlPOMJ rNE i D jIN iESzj I c4 J tpk t an d unsay a l r Jn N g ttAs x f k fOODSAIE THUR DAY cr Io tZ s V fteS Br in Ilent t = Srnall Crcwdt But t < Brisk r Bidding NO l t ttoneer 1 T fir uslilwhor con > r Jfa vu Jiqsf jf 3one s TJJl Y r J orts the o11Qw JJgnrict 1 bi v some otthe good...

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. — 19 December 1908

< 0 t S < < < < < t v > Y THEM NtHE I IER iPEWi H r < t i r i W mmm 0 r JI < ftHEFACIS > 1IT j I 1 Repr4itives S eSl s lentfltroduce Evidence f 1 i 11 WJLL6IVE SQUARE DEAL 7 Jay Unanimous Vote Resolution Is f Adopted Calling Upon Executive to Enlighten Members as to Evidence i In HIs Possession Justifying the Charge ln His Message In Rela tlpn to Attitude of Congressmen To ward Secret Service Department Washington Dec l8Thehouse of representatives by unanimous vote adopted a resolution requesting the president Lto supply It with any evi dence thnay be in his possession that will Justify ° his statement In his last annual t message in relation to the attitude of members of congress toward appropriations for the secret service of the government Mr Perkins chairman of the spe cial committee charged to Investigate 1Iuthe allegations made in the presi dents message and John Sharp Wil Hams of Mississippi both stated on the floor that it was the desire of the ...

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. — 21 December 1908

r v itJi ii < rS i K 7 111 1 > i rWCHrreft t COOm J 1i 4 it ftflQftjft fl3J it z tMI r t r 4 j I i 1 i < i r b 4 p > j i 1 t r j f itj tf r l J I1 c s i I AIi i JI f LN < v r < t if1oobi ffoQJ 1 s < POUNDM1S1N6 4oC Hew JLbJH Municipal Council Find I Scandal jri city Ac counts Speciality The News A Y t LISBON Portugal Beret 2gUrEhj new municipal v council has unearthed > a scandal in the city accounts Over seven million dollars is found miss it ing The Rational Government is blamed I GTO CLOSE i r TERM = tDNtAY I I midyear Examinations Will Be Held jn Week Following Jan t j uary 5 I J WeHriesday willsee the last of the students until after January Ji The pn4 tte buildings vill have a deserted and the buildings ill Bave t deserted S airi School will reconvene January T ind the week following the mid Qexammations will be held QI heldt t t l January 19th the new term begins 1 Itwill show a considerable increase Jitsudmc and villbc opened x1p TOropriate exercises ...

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. — 21 December 1908

r < r r < t 0 aL r bc r I A iii i I 1i 1 1 SISiStfSS9 V M fe suSl 2 JIc I THE WNfCHEiTEIt MEM T1 r c TRUSTABLE TO ifr tl CARE FOR SELF t J > Judge Gary lakes Startling f T Declaration y w COMPETITORS NEED > DUTY 4 i ofY United States Steel Corporation Jays Reduction In Steel Schedules Would Necessitate Lowering of Wages and Work Hardship to Inde pendent Mills Makes Good Wit ness Before Committee Washington Dec 19 If you pro tect our competitors you leave us Above protection and I believe the United States Steel corporation 1 should make public its affairs and submit to government control was the remarkable declaration of Judge E H Gary chairman of the board of directors of the United States Steel corporation at the hearing before the house ways and means commit teenThls is radical he added but remember that I am not speak jgn for the steel corporation in say Ing this Judge Gary like Charles M flchwab who appeared before the e mmittee on Tuesday was an ad snirable witness...

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. — 21 December 1908

r d 1A y ic f1 ifIt r i y gy fIt j yb f r s i i rCl 4 A > ivfv3 i > t < 2 j 2ih 4 it t Lrz o r Jt r orr k = f V ia f f 3 I y v i rr J J 1 I pI bq r > r 1 3 t > y I t Fy < > r 7 i h kln > > tf 1V 4r Rr 7Dr THE WINCHESTER HEWS D 1 r a r J r t GOOD PEN IN WHICH Jo j iTO r i BULLle fry Z Anaement Which Obviates Necessity of Going Into the Stall of the Animal it f4 r < n I The Bull Pen 4Is the illustrations accompanying j tkli article we show the elevation and 1 ground plan of the building and yard in which the herd bull on the Hoards Dairyman farm is kept It does not take much explaining to indicate how the animal is handled and fed in such a place Everything is so arranged that it is same manner The door which leads when opened and this is done by a pulley and a rope The pulley is at tached to the peak of the barn above the doorway and the rope attachedto the door extends to It and to the feed room where the door may be opened or closed The door between 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. — 21 December 1908

a lI < C r I 1 1 < t 1 rIt t r r > I I If n i J P jl L A tf rl V j t T J1lQftES ER + Sr 4 i re l4J 1 n x C 0Y fj v s < WilCIESTEl 9 IEWS I i f 1M I n4e1erident flew ron t t t t Published ly x I tJ 1 r J tl The Wlwihtstef Mews Co Incorporatedl1 1 Office South Main Strtet A cOr t Winchester Kentucky t j 1Daily Except Sunc ay r 3r ° iJ Enteredas secondclass matter jaiiiTember 28 1908 at the post office 4 > thy of March 3189 r fillOIIDAY DECEMBER 21 J906 v < i > q i t THE CHRISTMAS STAMP 2tl s i Wc wish to make one more strp hg ffgpeal to the good people of this timmunity in behalf of the Christ i i8 stamp which is doing such a aiairvelous work for suffering human I ISMy throughout the length and breadth 1Y = 4 this great country vjA3ft is a beautiful little sticker print tfcin color bearing the words Merry f2iristmas and Happy New Yeari aed sells for one cent It is on sale Y M Fthe Mir er > jftiier leading stores in Winchester iiiere is no profit to anyone Every...

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. — 21 December 1908

1 r pD t rq J a 0 t 0 Ji 11 I r J 1 I L r THEdWICHU9JEWi s i z J jc C E 3ti a a arf E T y Y j e c j3 Bridge Club JjfMrs Gu Brooks entertaiped the Jidge Club Saturday afternoon in Jer p leasnt manner Tile house i as tastefully decorated in mistle too and hollv I JTbe guests enjoyed the playing Until a late hour wholly uncon lea OJlj that time was flying Im J iinediately after the games a most wasI I served j Among those present were Mes f dames Strother Goff P B Winn I Ed Clark Wylie Poynter John Bean Lee Evans Wilt B Garner Ed Mitchell Carrie Buckner Steve r DaviS John Worth V W Bush W A Beatty Misses Sue Buckner and 5jthel Garner v Mrs Brooks has been living in byi laor sweet and attractive ways has woa many friends r j e I z 6 Mr Hampton Entertains eutertainedf I f r v i the Bridge flub on Saturday eve tAing at his country home in his I usual delightful way I After playing until a late hour i an elegant and delicious bird sup fcer was served Among those present were Mrs NelsonI I ...

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. — 21 December 1908

w t 4 datwir ir + tF t f j i k 1i l V S Pas I c ThE WINCHESTER NECKSr f lintmIm 4 BLINDFOLDED 1 A Mystery Story of SaA Francisco ti14Y EAR1E ASHLEY WALCOTT J is Copright UM tke BobbJUrrlU Co JtTh H reflected that thi could not be j lt was I who was wondering Had the plans of the Unknown come to disas ter through the difficulty of getting the telegraph on Sunday The office iere was closed The Unknown being x woman I ungallantly reflected would have neglected to take so small a circumstance into consideration and abe might even now be besieging the telegraph office in San Francisco In a rain effort to get word to Livermore r On this thought I bestirred myself and after much troublo and speech with the young man who combined in bis person the offices of telegraph op erator station master ticket seller freight agent and baggage handler for tie place He objected to opening the office out of office hours There might be inducements dis discovered t covered that would make it worth I your w...

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