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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 4 January 1909

U 4 l i 1 t 0 o I I i r I 1 I qTHE WINCHESTER NEWS P a7 PI t i Jwhat Must Be Done to Stamp Out Iliiteracity in Kentucky 4nI 1I dTAdlress by Editor Harry A Som f meis of the Elizabethtown News be fore the midwinter K P Ameeting December 29 19081 t The public press and the public school are the twin sisters of prog ress intelligence and civilization They are so intimately connected 7ith everything which makes better citizenship and better conditions that to a certain extent they are dependent upon each other Without the pub lic school the readers of the press would rapidly diminish and the State would soon drift back into the dark ness and ignorance of the past ages Without the public press the school vmld lose ground our liberties would be menaced and the advancement of humanity would receive a rude shock To no class of people in the State should the public school be more vital in importance than to the editors I regret to say that its an interest I 4 sadly neglected by most of our n...

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. — 4 January 1909

por D 1i 1 I t r 4 fF I IT r f A r Pitt 8 1t THE WINCHESTER HEWS > I FirstPrize l SfeortKorii J Steer I r I II J J V < This cut represents = the grpurid young steer Meritorious shown by Ab irxam Rcniclc at the recent International at Chicago and was first prize sSort jfoin under one y ear and champion of breed over all ages c This calf wqn250 in prizes and could haye been sold for that amount Mr Reiiick expects to make this steqr the Grand Champion 14 at the International ember 1909 Would it not pay the averagefar mer to givve more thouglit dire and attention to the improvement of his cattle when such possibilities are before him PRIMARY WAS < f PRIMARYWASNOTSETTLED t The Demociutie Committee of the Ihv 1 iyEighlSeil1tQrinl District composed of Clark Bourbon and Jes samine counties met atuiny j fe the call > of Mr T11 Sto enpon in tlje latters olHeein this city There were present Mr J M Stevenson of Clark Mr Caik of Bourbon and E T T1S The ostensible reason for the call ...

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. — 5 January 1909

f < 1 < t1t Wv iJr 1f i l < r q c lt > > r > rv J z Last Edition i I J p I I f < I j f i i r r i a t t iJJARGEST CIRCULAT JO IN iCH ESTER AND CLARKCOUNTY I I 1 E Tw 11 t t STERt S < fit ELECTION GASES SENT I TO THE 1RANO JURY Judge Evans Does Not Benin Exam ination But Refers Matters to Other Body < 1 The cases against Tom Malloy and J T Stokely who are charged with an election offense in this city last Thursday at the Judicial primary election were not tried in Judge Evans court Tuesday morninj On account of the grand jury being in session now Judge Evans referred the matter to them for their consid eration as that seemed to be the wish of both parties Up to press time Tuesday the grand jury had given nothing out regarding the cases ffiESL LEBUS IN BOAU SMILE Report is That Board of Control is Considering Questions of Salaries The Board of Control of the Burley Tobacco Society met Tuesday morn ink in this city Much routine bus iness was transacted It is r...

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. — 5 January 1909

t r L I 1 00 1 1 i > b iv kft > Ui < o rt 1 t I 2 A4t J 1 tir e t a THE WINCHESTER NEWS Y T q V f yY = 1909 i ANVA i I l S ON TUB rWBD TIIU FRi I SAT I h1U1i 3 4 5 6 7 8 to C f 1O 11 18 13 Mr 15 18 IT 18 19 80 2122S3 2425262728O e k 2425262728OHEFT HEFT REACHES CANAL j r Battleships Make Fact Time and Beat i Schedule by Two Days j N Suez Jan The United States l Atlantic battleship fleet completing I two days ahead of its schedule the N next to the longest run of its world girdling cruise arrived here from Colombo a distance of 3440 knots from which place the fleet sailed on Dec 20 The stately array of battle ships was an impressive sight The weather was splendid and the bay was crowded With craft the occu pants of which gave an enthusiastic p welcome to the ships When the ships had come to an chor the Egyptian and canal authori ties went aboard the flagship Con o necticut and welcomed Rear Admiral Sperry who expressed himself as well satisfied with the cruise from ColOmbo H...

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. — 5 January 1909

t 4 1 < of J i r 1T1T7 t A 1i C f 1 > THE HEWS i > 5j WINCHESTER E 1 j h L I7 U l MAGNATES MEET TODAY Important Matters Eefore the Na tional Baseball Commission 1 Cincinnati Jan The men who are filled from hat to shoe with the history customs and rules of base ball who know more about the na tional game as it is played today than the late Henry Chadwick its father got together here today In inI the meeting of the national commis sion Before the meeting Is over sev sevI eral pages will be added to the his tory of baseball if present indications do not lie Chief among the questions that are t before the commission is the demand of the American association and the Eastern league for changes regarding the drafting rules Briefly stated these two organizations want tne privilege now possessed only by the two big leagues of drafting men from minor leagues instead of acquiring them only by purchase The demand was presented at the recent meeting of the commission in New York but was...

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. — 5 January 1909

t i s oI t l irk 4 ri 1 THE I WINCHESTER NEWS + f d r gt WINCHESTER MEWS1 gtS 7 fUl lP 1dentJfcWspaPeri fi Published by 1 The Winchester News Co ls 1 JX J lsIncorporated > t V Office South Main Street4 1 tWinchester v Winchester Kentucky 1 r Y ii Daily Excepf Sunc ay I Ji Entered as secondclass matters November 28 1U08 at the muuef1 jit Winchester Kentucky under the jiut of March 3J 1879 Y t r SUBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier Delivery luly one yearti 520 f Ine week 10 Y iPaynble at office or to cpllectoi fry week I Mail Delivery < ri Y earr 300 s5 ix months 1 50 r4nJ < Movable in idvance < ADVERTISING RATES Disolay Per Inch > One time any edition 25 Three times within one week 50 hie week continuously 1 Oil One calendar month 30Q f i iir weeksr four times n week 240 3Pour weeks three times a week 180 JPonr weeks two times a week 120 Four weeks one time a week 75 7 < Time discounts 3 months 10 per paE gent 6 months 25 per cent one jJ ear SS 13 per cent < Reading Notice...

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. — 5 January 1909

< w r I f THE WINCHESTER NEWS Pane 5 IL i dciE5 1 I 4 J Bridge Club t Mrs Eel Mitchell will be hostess for the Bridge Club Saturday after noon i Literary and Social Mss Sara Goodloe Benton wilL in terest the Literary and Social Club on Thursday with a delightful program on Longfellow F Kings Daughters The Kings Daughters have elected t officers for the following year as fol lows lowsMiss Mary Bush Leader i VMrs TtW L Van Meter Vice Deader Mrs Sam Willis Treasurer Miss Cornell Secretary 1 Informal Dinner Mr and Mrs Joe McLlure enter ta ned with an informal dinner Monday Among those present were Miss Kate Keyes Mrs Cur ry and her three daughters Mr and Mrs Dave Meredith Mrs Smith Mr and Mrs John McClure an 3 Mr and Mis Beall N HAt Home i Onecf the most enjoyable event c f the holidays was the At Home j given by Miss Helen Nelson at net beautiful and palatial country home Ciethmere Everything was done by the hos test for the pleasure of her guest and the hapny hours soon passed Musi...

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. — 5 January 1909

r > j 1 i a < I iDe 6 f THE WINCHESTER NEWS v J v I r t > Jr 3 n tI c BLINDFOLDED s I V Mystery Story I Tr i i San Francisco I j 1 J 8Y F t KAKIK ASHLEY WALCOTT r t Luplrrettlw tbelSobbailerr1J Ca I remembered Dectective Coogans l Words and kenwthat she was correct iti this supposition SMr Lane she continued II threat 4rocd legal proceedings But knowing his own past and knowing that I knew something of it too he dared not be gin them Mr Knapps feelings in the matter had made me unwilling to keep the boy in my house but at first 1 thought it the best way of protecting him and had him with me Then one night the house was broken into and two men were discovered in the r mI I where the boy usually slept I bad I taken him to my own bed tbat night for he was ailing and so he escaped The alarm was raised before they found him and the men fled Mr Knapp was confident that they were ordinary housebreakers but I knew better I dared keep the boy there no 1 longer and called Henry Wilto...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 5 January 1909

J it I nx r x i r 4 a s r < 5 1h I d v < > v S 0 j I a c1 r 1 C r 1 a I ti a f r3 i rL r PaijtJrr o STRICKEN MESSINAA PLAtE w OF GIAT NAfOaAL BEAUTY I 5 ftoH ve Beeir Founded in the Eighth Century B CHats Hat Been Frequently Victim of the Vicissitude r S i of WarWas Flourishing Town in V t Middle Ages Ie v CALAMITIES WHICH HAVE HAPPENED TO MESSINA i I B C 493Captured by fugitives from IISamos 472 Surrendered to Athenians 396 ginians Entirely destroyed by Carta 270 Seized by Hannibal A D 1189 Attacked by Richard Cqeur f de Lion < > 1232 Besieged by Charles duke I of Anjou < j > 167273 Scene of a great revolu tti n between Democrats and ad herents of Don Juan of Austria 4 1678Abandoned by the French x Population reduced from 120000 to 12000 1740Visited by fearful plague i 40000 people died 17S3 Almost wiped out by earth quake < 1854 Cholera carried away earthII inhabitants I 1908Earthquake again felt great i t damagea greatI Unfortunate Messina the recent frigh...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 5 January 1909

FLj j > r i l I S R t To > S t IF 1w 1I i JT it1 I 4 v < i SC r 0 = Z t 1 Pane Si THE WINCHESTER NEWS i q ti t j IX C1M1SS10H J HOLDS 1 MEETING 7F y 1 > BodY Suggested By Governor Gets Together at Frankfort anda + IForms Plans I 1 FRANKFORT Ky Jan 5Com mitltees to look into each phase of the needs of revision of the taxation laws of the State were named late yester day afternoon by the new tax com mission recently appointed by the Governor and when these comtaittees are ready to mnke prelunh ry re ports another meeting of the 6nimis sign will be held Judge James Breathitt was elected chairman of the Commission and W 0 Davis of Versailles secretary Each cbmmittee was given sinespe j cial subject to look into the sugges tions of Governor Willson being fol lowed to the Jetter Will Await Call of Combs No time was filed for the next meet ing but it will be held on the call of > the chairman Senator Thos A Combs who is chaiiinan of the com vmissipn named to frame the new pr...

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. — 6 January 1909

I t l 4 y t j > 4 i1st diiiQ < r k t rA 14 Y > lr C J J f k < f tJ i L > i > CC t I j C > it I j C 11flf i ttffI J j4t < 4 f i > Jf LARGEST CUL TIoitiN r HESTiR r > UL RK C o ni1 > THE w INC 0S T E R r t t 1 NEWS Hl J v J y 4i t > 1 t I tik i F k + Yr J Partly Ct i1dY and Decidadl Y I 1 C r Colder Tonight r 1 r VOL 1 NO 72 I WINCHESTER KY WEDNESDAY t1 I J VIN JANUARY 6 1909 2 GENTS A COPY II CENTS A WEHT i LEBUSt SOOOi t y Salary of Burley Society Officials Haiti Been Fixed By the Board 5 of Control The committee appointed by the District Board of the Burley Tobacco Society to fix the salaries of Presi dent Clarence LeBus and other offi cials of the society whose salaries nave not been heretofore fixed made their report Wednesday morning and < ° fixed the salaries as follows Clarence LeBus president annual salary 5000 and expenses f Fortyvthree members of the dis trict board 50000 annual salary and eXpenses Seven members of the executive commit...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 6 January 1909

r r Of f < ti O J I y t i I II J r TI < J r < I t r fO 01 111 < fj lit > o f iL t t t + t J n a t T > t P aQ 2 > 4 t tJ f t I THE WINCHESTER NEWS r f t 1 t t t t = If l ry 0 1909 1 J I f oft NUPReY f I oftItJ J Z r rr 7r S ON TVE WED TfitJ FRI SA t fI r 346 8 9 t 101112 13 1415 16 > I1Si92O2122 RJ t 2425262728 2930 0 1e JON SEBRING REINSTATED W tffatlonal Commission Imposes Severe r Penalty on Alleged BolterI Cincinnati 0 Jan 5The question Hoh as to whether the American as k sedation and Eastern league will lr put into a special classification < among the baseball clubs of the x country Is not yet decided The nar national jfor six hours on the case the time 95ng taken up Ifl the hearing of the testimony for both sides While this case was the most im portant on the present docket yet the commission transacted a great > Meal of business before it took up the F vCase of the alleged bolters The moat prominent case that was decid 1 iQ was the reinstatement o...

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. — 6 January 1909

p r i iI t 11 1J c 1 7 t N 1 1 I t 4 I t 4 0 J l 41 4t t I a f F I 1t4 j d l I F i j p J 4 4 r td t L J 7i 4 1 I f > > I 1o p > < THE WINCHESTER NEWS f O Pagt to y 1 1 HAINSIS DRAMATJC INSISDRAMATICON ON WITNESS STAND Tells HisStpry in Snappy Crisp Sentences A 1 Flushing N Y Jan 5TakIng the witness stand again today in his own defense Thornton Jenkins Hains re lated the s ory of the shooting of William B Annis and of the conjugal 4trouthes of Captain Peter C Hains Jr that counsel asserts caused the mental unbalancjng of the army offi cer and led to the killing of the pub Usher on sight Thornton 1iaiIs told his story in 4snapprcr1s sentences that fell from his lips as soon as his counsel had completed his interrogations He showed nr signs of nervousness and at times during the trial illustrated his brothers expressions and appear ance when speaking of his wifes con duct with dramatic inflection of voice and facial expression The defendant declared that when he went to Bay...

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. — 6 January 1909

t rnr j T t t 0 k p a t 7 > IE c I w N6 L ji 4r < 1 2 t 0 i T IT E WINC Sr 1 4 01 iT I lE WeMSTER MEWS c Ar independent Newspaper 7 x 1 x r > I Published by TJw Winchester N6ws Co t i < y i IncorporatedJ ii Office South Mam Street 1t < CYinchester Kentucky 1iJaH Except Suntay I i ad I Entered as secondclass matter November 28 iJOS at the post office h 4 t Wiifchester Kentucky under the > tof March 3 1879 T 1 SUBSCRIPTIONS RATES i Carrier Delivery v D I f 520 < Jily one year I JLO Che week l Payable at office or to collector f I f fIery week i Mail Delivery r f One year 300 Kx months r 150 I t 4 0ne month 25 Payable in advance i ADVERTISING RATES I DisolayrPer Inch s c < One time any edition 25 = hree times within one week 50 One week continuously10n One calendar month 300 Lour weeks four times a week 240 of your weeks three times a week 180 Four weeks two times a week 120 V Four weeks one time a week 75 It Time diScounts3 months 10 per cent 6 months 25 per ce...

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. — 6 January 1909

I iTT T1I71TIY T I T Pk IL x w i SO nn CJJ 1 J L I L 1 ji i fir Ed Mitchell will entertain the I i Brig Club Saturday 1Jf s t II 51 5 2r Literary and Social v Miss l3ara Goodloe Benton will in teret the Literary and Social Club on I Thursdaywith a most alCIUIonj g ram om = Longfellow > J s t Euchre Club > Mrs John Clelland will tie hostess for the Euchre Club on Thursday r afternoon at the home of Mrs Fiank P Pendletou pn College street v Fortnightly Club the Fortnightly Literary Club will meet with Mrs Rezin M Scobee on next Monday afternoon 1 4 r 4 I Auditorium a Everybody be sure and come to the Auditorium There are large do t ipgs The broom ball game last j i night wasgreat r t r r r rA Scatter Sunshine The Christmas holidays are over c and the beginning of another chapter ia slur lives has begun What will I 1 1 we make out of it 1 Already many o its have made new resolutions and let us put forth every effort to im prove ourselves and be a help to tiv ery1 tone we can We 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. — 6 January 1909

1 t I 4 04 f of w 7 s S A i F U > 7 Y r d i i r ItThE WINCHESTER NEWS t 1 l a 7 RGfST COAL FIELD iN THE UNITED STATES 0 I I IKortf of the Geological SurEey in y the Powder River Ccai int Field v I t < v i Years ago it was learned that the fecgest coal field hi the TJmtfcd Stat = Cls that which extends from Cas s iltnd Douglas Y yo northward to ttc Canadian boundary All oi ipesfcem North Dakota and eastern I 3RA tatrn rind that part of Wyoming Tvfnp between thc nTlllfi Fourche and tic Bighorns is an unbroken field of lmvgido bituminous coal and lig age As the Federal statutes pro thing for the sale of coal land by fca General Land Office specify only tie minimum charge per acre the ftwiTships included in this great coal SeItl Tie withdrawn from enliy Secretory GeologJ ical Survey to classify antlvalue t3e laud This work was begun in inszthern Wyonprig last year when a jrcsly under J A Taff examined the m ri between Sheridan and Clear Inn and jynother PartY under E 15L Sliaw stu...

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. — 6 January 1909

tc r tI t I ti a I i t 9 1 ft J gyps tr ti i JI I < 1 > f tJ r f i THE WINCHESTER f > NEWS 1 PWIr Sf i I i > X PRETTY RUN 1 > Apse Maiy Mann is spending sev eral data wirtv Miss Ethel Book = shoe at Winchester Misses Lillieand Alice Kindred I spent Friday with their sister Mrsl k John Mann 1 The protracted which was to hiver been held at Witherspoons r schoolhouse has Tjeeifpostponed un i til later in the month on account ofsickness I Little Hazel Tharp of Winches i I teris visiting Ellis MauD Miss Dora Florence is the pleasant guest of Mrs John Gray Mrs Minerva Gray of Flemings 4 burg visited Mrs John Gray re r cently viis C C Griffith y en rtainea Christmas Day with an elegant dinner in honor of her parents Mr and Mrs C Mann Miss Lelia fielder entertained at dinner on Christmas Day The oc ca ion was quite an enjoyable one Odes Fielder of lion Mound spent several days with his cousin Lelia Fielder recently i IAHenry Fluty and Miss Maui Daughety spent Tuesday with Mis...

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. — 6 January 1909

z i H I i c I > < 1 J < t1 j > Ji i 0 t r r I4EWSf t t BEACHHARGISAGAIH v1 ID JAIL AT JACKSON v C < Charged With Shooting Up the Town r 1 > Less Than Day After Re H lease On Bond I JACKSON Ky Jan 6Beach Hargie soil and alayer of the late Jpage ramps Batgisi turued Mon day night from Irvine accompanied by his mother Mis Lou riUen Har i gis > who yesterday rieeured his re lease f rpmtUe Estill tou ity jail by the pxcenfioii of a 25000 bail bond WittriDiess iliuu twentyfour hours rafttfi his arrival young Hargisinan a 8t0 get into jail uud iHa ed t jho niirt up uJJ tOwn accqraiug to the evidence of witnesses who yodtet lay Usiiiie I hi ate police court tiiai fcix or seven shots ver firealast night on Bruad ray street in front at Judge Taubleets Store The warrants were i sueA fl u Beach early yesterday after tioju Mrs Hargis sent word to Jawe StidaUiu the town marshal u Qomu down to hcf residence and she wouii pay off thiljBaerf Vii null go g11n ugh the fojopaliiy f...

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. — 7 January 1909

3 1 i j IfA < t d 1 t r co > C tt 11t E y 11 If < t J L 11t L r f rj8 r j 1t i A > + f a > aYr 1 < V r LARGEST CIRCULATION JN NGHESTER AW CLARK COUNTY 7 i THE1 WINCHESTER NEWS1 IVOL L NO 73 J WINCHESTER KY THURSDAY JANUARY 7 1909 2 CENTS A COPY II CENTS A W1 I K tEALS DIED IN FIRE AT COURT VIEW HOTEL THURSDAY MORNING tJ Young Mans Body Found In RuinsWas Employe of Burley Toacco Mety4oss on Hotel Was 27000 on furniture 17500 f I The first conflagration that has ev I er occurred in this city that has 1 caused the lost of life occurred Thursday morning when the Court View Hotel was completely destroy t ed by fire together with its contents i entailing a Joss of 27000 and caus ing the death of Mr H T Eals of i Cynthiana an employe of the Burley Tobacco Society Various Reports Various reports are in circulation l regarding the death of Mr Eals Some of the occupants of the hotel ay that he was seen during the fire to come out of his room and then go back presumably to ge...

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. — 7 January 1909

° h r < 4 3 1 f f se > tYV w 7 r xyfwR Y a AKu r c 7N y r i I 7 r + k 0 i < i i 45i2 > Rfra yqo if 1 J C I c Page 2 THE WINCHESTER HEWS 7 19O9 AIVIJABY 4 IR O1V C UE W ED T1U FRI SA l 415678 9 t t IS 3 56 18 19 20 SI S2 23 i h 4 25 272w 9 3O w1 Jo t r i A TITLE AND A UNIFORM i HOW Colonel Johnson Got the One and Bought the Other 1 Where aid you get your military tlewas asked of Colonel Johnson Charlie Culberson made me take it when he was governor of Texas re plied the Houston editor I told him I might have to wear a title but Id be hanged if Id wear a uniform One day I met the governor on the street qca V qc Hello Charlie I replied < 11 Is that the proper manner to ad Trees your commanding officer he demanded sternly Stand up straight palute and say Governor Wheres your uniform T U The office isnt worth 125 of gold lie I replied hotly About face March commanded The governor and marched me into a tailor shop Make this man a colonels uniform fuid send the bill to me he...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
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