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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 31 December 1908

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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. — 31 December 1908

4r a n C f < 1 f 1c Ii f I w 4 k 4a1y r Y 1 yI a f v4 eR y 7L2 kL 1 f j S + r fr r + t f r f ai w j f + rr1 c J 7 pag 4 J b tOTIE WINCHESTER NEWS 4 LH i lljWI ItCH ESTEll NEWS T An Independent Newspaper < > j Published by i t > The Winchester News Co Fir Li 1 Incorporated t f 5 J t C Office South Main Street jt Winchester Kentucky t if Dally Except Sunray r t Entered as secondclass matter Ii November 28 1908 at the post office v Jit Winchester Kentucky under the I 4ct of March 3 1879 ofSUBSCRIPTiON v1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES e Carrier Delivery t j JD aily one year 520 4 One Kvrjgek 10 T = t Payable at office or to collector every week f Mail Delivery One year > 300w Six months 150 i Ihie month 25 Payable in advance Sl H RATESi i f 7 A f Disnlay Per Incha f One time any edition 25 EPhree times within one week 50 One week continuously 100 One calendar month 30w Four weeks four times a week 240 47 Four weeks three times a week 180 Jour weeks two times a week 120n C Four weeks...

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. — 31 December 1908

r i 7 I l I i f J J X J rt w Ili t ter f st s r rFIli I t f9 taI vp fffjjfif J > 4 THE WINCHESTER NEWS J 1 1 tO r New Years Promise I is that we will spare no expense r t l 1 Ior trouble to please you I I I 1 I e IC HBOWENJeweer and Optrdan j I c c 7 IT L ROCIETY I r j4 k Informal Dinner Mr and Mrs 0 J Chandler en tertained a few friends informally at i dinner on Tuesday everting at their home on Burns avenue The house was beautiful with the Christmas decorations of holly misletoe and Christmas bells Among those pres ent were Mr and Mrs James N Hisle Mr and Mrs George Hon Mr and 1ts George Tomlinson and Miss Anna Mae Hisle V OgdenCarriganI OgdenCarriganAnnouncements Announcements have been receiv ediwhich will be of great interest toI J many of bur readers i Clarence K Ogden Althea Mabel Carrigan marriedt Saturday December Twentysixth Eightr r c r Brazil Indiana At home Holly avenue Winchester Ky t A Euchre Club i Thehome of Mrs Jas A McCourt t was beautifully decorated with holl...

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. — 31 December 1908

J T J > r 1 < I J > I l J I l W I J f f I t T > 4 Yft j 11 < ii r t Ji I > T lti p f J < 3 i iP i l kf r i jt < k > i hr j 1 1 > 1 z f1 t r tt 3 tr < Wf t l i 1t 1 t 1 1 1 r fJ f r i ft < 4 2 t f > 4t 71 1 r I r < t Ji ft r J J 1 = f r < < i l t < 1 i < r 4r 4 > TIIE WINCHEStER IJlEWS t J J r ttJ tJ t BLEIDFOLDED 0 f I T f AMysterY Story J 1 I f of San Francisco f T 1 < EAftLE ASHLEY lV ALCOTI F Tv cn at UM Krr1U Co 4 vi CHAPTER XXIX c The Heart of the Mystery V A I Was in the BhadoyjQtthe mystery r iI A hundred questions rose to my lips but behind them all frowned the grinr I < wolfvisage of Doddridge Knpp and I could not find the courage that could maKe me speak to them Y S 1 Mrs Knapp I said you have called ii1 by myna ine I had almost > > i forgotten that I had ever borne it I have lived more In the last month than > la the 25 years that I remember before SIt and I have almost come to think 5 that the old na...

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. — 31 December 1908

y ar i 1 y r 3 y l r S 4 ° t c Ty a bw Gr y > f d n I r tK Fl 1 Ti yK I J I 1 ti T f fV r J + MYSrNyr S M r h f r i ii r r NVhen skies are cold with wintry stars and hillsrmot Are write with yestereyens snow and lie irf ghastly state beneath the ghostlysky > > t + When many a gusty blast the darkness fills = v With ever lonely homeless sound and chills The window panes with frost when crackling fly The sparks about the hearth and gjow and dier While in the pause his note the cricket tri IIrJar ru f 111 Ohjthen how dear is home and what a sense i Of ruddy warmth and peace beguiles the mind And whata charm in listening while the wind v Blows fierce outside through winters starry tents t And dies away around the wfndowpane And ever rises loud and dies again Ernest Warburton Shurtleff k ArR 4 R 4t L IV The Newness of the Year 1 a1 Z s F A r t tyL YPPY New Year The glad greeting rings out on every hand A new twelve month has been ushered in with all its mystery of the things whi...

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. — 31 December 1908

F a q i < 0 0 r > < < m e8 THE WJIIfCtIESTER t > vr Ji NEWSr r 1 1r 1Ioi WINTERMEEIIIG f 1L7E OF KfNTUCKY PRESS y 1 flIjrIMg At Louisville a Great Suc J r J v ess interesting Papers 1tr = Are Read v I r V3Ebe midwinter meeting pf the Ken f 1 iBrfkj Press Asociation at Louisville Stowacthcr 29r wasa brilliant suc About hundred v s w one papers c represented I Mr R R Perry f fte SunSentinel is a member of if v flk Kaceutive Committee This com 1 control the business of the 4 t J ritlion r Sommers on Education jSsscjtg the luTflystibjeets Created of t site speaker ere the problems of 1 XJfciHeieducntiQiUacjlities by Harry JL mmer8oA Eli abethtown de SsfspeSfpmeiit and consrervaliwL of the A y JjRaleii natural resources and moral T idEicuig by President Tim Need IKBE of the association j greater r jjpiyetby of relationships between Ifcf Purchase Pcnnyiile Bliegrass > Seu ass and the tiluut ills by Bfcvc5es W Metcalfe of Pineville idfcascaueiit of the plan Ho provide a l...

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. — 2 January 1909

asIJ r t i < J y T I jiF t < t J Last Edition X I1Jol c J h C J iI n an r p rar 1 < i I j t rSf J r 1 LARGEST CIRCULATION IN WINCHESTER AND CLARK COUNTY THE WINCHESTER NEWS I EDGAR ALLAN POE AND COTTAGE WHERE CENTENARY WILL BE CELEBRATED f The Poe ofb Impressive ceremonies on Jan 19 the one hundredth anniversary of the birth of the poet The little cottage was occupied by Poe at the time of his wifes death and was associated with some of the most trying days of his stormy and eventful life i WINCHESTER POSTOFFICE RECEIPTS SHOW SUHSTANTIAL INCREASE For Calendar Year Ending December 31 19fl8Sae of Stamps Amounted to 1484188 a Net Jain < of 109629 liver 1907 t ° pfpstofliee show a healthy increase IFor the calendar year ending De I cember 31st 1908 the sale of stamps at the Winchester postoffice amount i ed to 1484188 For the previous year 1374559 showing a net gain of 109629 nc CLARK nnsiiiTV SHOW BANKS ouniiiUr D JUS IT DEC 31 OH 19386178 I Recent Stringency in MoneylSWet ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 2 January 1909

l po wt J ft 0 1 < l > 1 jTHE WINCHESTER NEWS Jo I dl 1Y ADMITS FATHER y WAS A LUNATIC ieaeral hams testifies in i i t rr Sons BehalfI 9 JURY HEARS CONFESSIO Mother of Captain Rains Testifies tc Early Weakness Which Counsel Will Attempt to Prove by Experts p Was Predisposing Cause tc Insan ity Change In Mental Condition Noticed When He Heard of Wifes Alleged Misconduct pushing N Y Jan 1 General Peter C Rains TJ S A + and his t wife Mrs Virginia P Halus parents Of Thornton J Hains now being tried before Justice Crane as a principal in the slaying of William E Annis were witnesses In their sons behalf and A their testimony brought out in full t detail the relationship of Mrs Clau dia Hains and William E + Annis that caused the estrangement of Captain Hains and his wife General Hains declared that in his presence and before his two sons Peter and Thornton Hains the cap tams wife Claudia Hains made a full confession of her misconduct and subsequently Captain Hains man ifested such...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 2 January 1909

I r Ji t Jl i I k t r i J i I I i J r < 1 THE WINCHESTER MEWS r i f Jt z < c e T J IL ANEW YEAR RESOLUTION 1 I i t i I D I W Ii Sposeopr daedcwere written 11 in books An4 stopa ita a1aA QU ahclt i I And one street lady cfirot them A Wrote them dUby herce I And spore < sihe Aa add When Jney oDerx VaH iW snti1ed with d91i9h1 dgght9Ahen Wen they w ere 4 right tDW soo d t1ed do CJery hour xtf the day aet trefericriftt true And be good ay I I i I Entering the New Year Take up the ark of the covenant and pass over Joshua 36 The long journey in the wilderness is over The endless stretches of sand will haunt the tired eyes of the pil grims no longer Beyond the swiftly thb e Land of PromiseJoshua Joshua is a born leader of men and as such knows what they will do if appealed to in the right way The River Jordan flows between the Prom ised Land and his followers It must be crossed With the same feeling that afterward animated Douglas to take from his breast the jeweled heart of the de...

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. — 2 January 1909

t1 B n v i r p THE WINCHESTER NEWS ji wi CHESTER NEWS g rT A independent Newspaper fi Published by > The Winchester News CoI t t 1 XT Incorporated J I Office South Main Street ti Winchester Kentucky r j Dally Except Suncay Entered as secondclass matter Noember 28 1908 at the post office At Winchester Kentucky under the Act of March 3 1879 t j SUBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier Delivery Pairy one year520 Pine wee x 4 10 Payable Alt office or tto collector every week Mail Delivery jDne year 300 iX 150 Six months d 5Q Otis month 25 Payable in advance ADVERTISING RATES t DisolayPer Inch One time any edition 25 S Three times within one week 50 One week continuously 10u One calendar month 300 Four weeks four times a week 240 Four weeks three times a week 180 jfpiir weeks two times u week 120 1 bur weeks one time a week 7f Time discounts3 months 10 per cent 6 months 25 per cent pDt year I 33 13 per cent 4 Reading NoticesPer Line Business notices body type 71 1a 0 Pure reading news headings IcV ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 2 January 1909

I THE WINCHESTER NEWS Pag 6 I 1 Li LsocLET 1 Open douse Miss Anna Mae Hisle entertained 1 in a most attractive trjarmttr with an open bouse the members of the Literary and Social Club and their host of friends at her home on ont North Main street New Years day The drawing room library and dining room were beautifully deco rated with plants holly mistletoe and Christmas bells Sil young ladies handsomely gowned served the guests with delicious frappe and sandwiches The occasion was i one of the happiest of the holidays 1 and about two hundred guests en joyed the charming hospitality of 1 this home Things about a place like this Is getting awful Girls jus chase ou bout their biz Ic Hint lawful Care no more for fan or jolly Say sich goings on is foil Tinned us down kerplunk by golly Aint it awful Spend a lot of time pursuin Higher learnin Takes a heap to satisfy Their great yearnm Have their literary meetiiis Makin hay while time is fleetin Close it up wiih chocolate eatin Which were ea...

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. — 2 January 1909

J o c I t IC 7 > > t + L L b ftc i ftue6 t 7 < > I ThE WINCHESTER NEWS 1 j > I t H r It1 BLINDFOLDED BLINDFOLDEDA I I i A Mystery Story I f of San Francisco f T BAR1E ASHLEY WALCOTT j I > Coprrirbt 11J1 the Bobb M rrlU Co Before us stood a short heavyset c KR Jiolding a candle His face which WK stamped with much of the bull ete look in it was smooth shaven ex exi i I GJrC YhW 107 m G1271 Nu > a rt for a bristling brown mustache SeJboked inquiringly at us Is he herethe boy cried Mrs E app her voice choked with anx iety t Yes said the man Do we move ag In InAt At once said Mrs Knapp in her tpe of decision ft will take ten minutes to get o getitftdy thisWr X was left standing alone by the door t < in the darkness with a burden lifts d I v Jrom my mind We had come in time ffcc single slip of paper left by Henry HenryHilton Hilton had been the means through K strange combination of events to daunt the way to the unknown hiding fface of the boy In a few minutes the...

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. — 2 January 1909

I r i 1 J i < t THE WINCHESTER NFWs I J p r Ir oWllWI u 6I VER since man knew enough about astron I omy to divide time into years which more or less agreed with the earths annual revolu tion around the sun he has In various characteristic ways regarded the first day of the new year as a day of re joicing and well wishing 1 It was the great I day for1 exchanging gifts until in some I Christian countries Christmas day dayt 3 New Years day is generally observed as a holiday and as an occasion for paying ceremonial social calls in f France even now New Years pres ents have not entirely disappeared New Years day is not observed on January 1 in every country although most nations nowadays use the Gre gorian calendar and consequently be gin their new year on that day In Russia the Julian calendar is still in use and as a quarter of a day in each year is lost by that system there is k now an accumulated loss of 13 days h January 1 in Russia then corresponds 1 to January 14 of our calenda...

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. — 2 January 1909

F I J M f u f r i m 0 < 7 > p V Page8 THE WINCHESTER NEWS l I Hritiuup HAS nccu r I k mllmnb hAS BEEN HEARD OF WllWM31 I Colored Real Estate Man Charged Vt With Fraud Has Disap T4 peared Entirely r r < fl Z Tblbin g has been heard of James < WV Williams the colored real estate sand financial agent who was last seen in this city December 22 Wil Hams left here going > > putli on the Ji N railroad His office No 60 Y T6rth Maple street is closed He gave his landlord IL L Brent a < check for rent but tueyliQck was re turned with 247 protest fees Brent also cashed a check for YjlJiams that 4wac returned unpaid v Williams was doing a rushing bus i mess in Louisville and his office here was to be a branch of the main office at Louisville Fortunately his crook edness at Louisville was exposed be fore he got in his work here One of his schemes was a proposition tt loan money In b so he required an advance fee to cover expenses He had a number of deals on his string but no...

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. — 4 January 1909

J O = e t last diti9ii r v n d OJ e 11 J > 1 < r X h I p rc 11 w i > ff LARGEST CIRCULATION IN WINCHESfER AND tL AIU COUNTY 7 tHgWINCHESTERt Tll1 WINCHESTER NEWS 4 j c r 2 jL > 1 cL J rif r J J < c 4 S > t1 WEATHER > lRaw Tonight Probably E6 tf II j s Turning to Snow With Co1 f i l del Tuesday 4 L VOL 1 NO 70 WINCHESTER KY MONDAY JANUARY 4 1909 I t I vJANUARY4 r 2 CENTS A COPY II CENTS A WOOF CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUITCOURINOW NOW IN SESSION Largest Docket That Has Been on ForvSqme TimeImportant Cases The December term of Circuit Court that was postponed by Judge Benton from December 7th to Jan uary 4th convened Monday morning S with Judge J3enton on the bench kiVery little was done at tlie first ses sion as most of the cases called an swered not ready I Lizzie Dillard a colored damsal was given one year ill the peniten tiary for grand larcency Doc Ber ryraan and Sheiraan Palmer were each fined 2000 for disturbing re ligious worshippers After disposing of these two c...

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. — 4 January 1909

I T I 1j AI 4 t I to r I r e2 THE WINCHESTER NEWS t J l 19O9 t q tJ Jj NV rJ RY i l 1 N ON TUB WED THU FRI SAT 1 i t I 2 J 3 141 5 16 1718 i e rd I 1O 11 12 5 131415116 I 17 18 19 20 21 2223 S r 2425 26 728 930 i1 JDwt HOLD YOUR BUSINESS I Town Must Organize to Fight the Mail Order Trust If you have an organization of busi ness men in your town no matter what Jt may be called no matter if it bet feemingly dead revive it for a vigor ous campaign in favor of home trade tlprotectl n and home town development and improvement You can organize Around this question when all other ties fall to bind The first duty of local business men or organizations of business men is to hold the business of the town Do this first and now then go after outside propositions I There is now on foot a national movement for the protection of the I borne trade of the home town In this + movement the manufacturing and job I jbjng Interests and the local press are l interested I The Lord helps them who help thems...

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. — 4 January 1909

T I < 1 ofJi IS i 1 t Y E C < > C I < < > j i j T 1 o I THE WINCHESTER NEWS P91o 0 C O II 1 1 to J TV24TH ANNIVERSARYSALE 01 H Ii Am the Longest Established Merhant in the City 11 1 QOQ Marks the twentyfourth year of my business in Winchester To celebrate this event I have inaugurated this itVer great midwinter sale I am overstocked We ought to have had snow and sleet and zero weather before thISi thISbut but we havent had it What we have however is such a tremendqus stock of Winter Suits Overcoats and Raincoats H that we are scared and must get rid of them This big sale means the same to you as cutting your dollars in two ITiak ntaking n Ii Crossett Shoes 5 00 Crossett Shoes 4 19 Ii 4 00 Crossett Shoes 3 39 3 50 Crossett Shoes 1 2 79 2 50 Box Calf Shoes I 1 79 00 Box Calf Shoes 1 59 i Gents Furnishing Goods O 25c Wool Sock 12c lOc Black and Tan Socks 7c 25c Childrens Hose 12c 69eD 50c Fleece Underwear 35c 35cJ 150 Coat Sweaters 99c 200 Coat Sweaters 125 D 250 Coat...

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. — 4 January 1909

J c i y Jc 1 J I 4 < r > i 7 < tt < y T s PaJe4 J + THE WINCHESTER NEWS i r r I < r m WI88HE3TER MEWS < An independent Newspaper > t published by r v STfie Winchester News Co Incorporateda r < Office South Main Street F 1 f 1 Winchester Kentucky 1 j I T Daily Except Suncay Entered as secondclass matter ISSKovamber 28 1908 at the post office 44s t Winchester Kentucky under the r > iAct of March 3 1879 r New Phone No 91 s < MONDAY JANUARY 4 1909 > r THE PAST YEAR ° i v r The year 1908 marked a decided j advance in the governmental progress o Y iof the world Never before were so v < many national movements favoring a participation of the people III affairs pt government seen In India 2000 delegates attended the Indian National Congress and k discussed reform plans submitted by f Lord MorleY the Indian Secretary Never has India been so peaceable r and so reconciled to British Rule c c This recognition oftu3 rights of the jnatives to participate in the...

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. — 4 January 1909

r a 1t 5 t y t I I J THE WINCHESTER HEWS 9paqe5 J I 0 d < u tI Our New Years Promise nis that we will spare no expense j J J v < I j Kj or trouble to please you j I I II G HBO WE N Jeweler and Optician j t ee i i iii 1feOCIETY I t Miss Sara Goodloe Benton will entertain the Literary and Social Club at her home on Maple street Thursday afternoon wMissHelen Nel on will entertain with an At Home Monday eve ning at eight oclock Oyster Supper Mr Thos Irvin entertained a t number of his friends with an de lightful oyster supper at his home r on Alabama street last Friday eve ning January 1 Among those present were Miss es Adelaide Hart Laura Elliott Polly Lisle Myrtis Lisle Alice Pharis Nancy Pharis Alma Pharis Alma Rupard Jimmie Rupard i Annie Wills Boneida Sullivan and Etta Belle Linville Messrs Car I lisle Watson Hubert Lowry Wil liam Osborne Charlie Witt Cole McKinney Charlie Jackson Dave Hughes Asa Martin Oscar Hum t phrey Vernon Pharis Hubert l Bush Claude Sullivan Shelby Ba l...

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. — 4 January 1909

Ii 7 to I I S fi t r 5 > t > t i r J itL > j a 4 < tt L r T tiI I i 44a at r Paw 8 L < 9if 1 1 THE WINCHESTER NEWSy i t f tOf 1 t ITIm f I BLINDFOLDED r A Mystery Story of San Francisco I a y I j EAKtE ASHLEY WALCOTT r f a I CprltrhtJU1 BobbtMerrlU Co At this moment a tall massive fig 7 ure stepped front the pilot house of the e pursuing tug and shook its fists at us c The huge bulk the wolfface just dis tinguishable distorted dark with rage and passion stopped the blood and I felt a faintness as of dropping from a heightDoddridge Doddridge Knapp I cried Mrs Knapp looked at me in alarm > and grasped the rail No no she exclaimed A thou sand times no That is Elijah Lane U 1g i zed at her in wonder Not Dodd ridge Knapp Had my eyes played me a false falseDo Do you not understand 7 she said t In a low intense tone He is Elijah Lane the father of the boy An evil wicked manmadtruly mad He w uld kill the boy fae killed the mother of the boy I know but it is not a case for ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
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