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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 7 January 1909

I r iir Th v i i e r j t Jt t l rl I > a 2 J If f b < I I J < > tJf Jf Jt > f i I I 1 1 k J bt 1 t I I THE Win C n I nof 1 f Ptfi 1 = i J 4 < FOX d 1Miss Aanie Mary THplet of Mt 1 Sterling visited Miss Bessie Watts last week She went from here to Lexington where she is visiting friends and relatives Lewis Hart and Elina Ecton of Winchester visited Messrs Newgent and Reed Thomson 1ast week Miss Adelaide Stevenson who has been sick is now about well James H Thomson spent the day in Lexington last Friday 0C B Fox and wife j of Winches ter on newSyears day had a reun ion of their children A big turkey dinner was afeature of the occasion Charlie Moore of Owsley county who has been visiting his kinsmen George Bailey returned home last week i MX and Mrs Charles who have been visiting relatives and friends in s Estill county early in the past fall returned home last weekS S Mr Barnes Castle and family will move soon to Mt Sterling The Misess Mary and Roberta j Peters enter...

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. — 7 January 1909

1 3 c 0 Ao Q j r A + Fj fat4i I y J t l as 4 THE WfNCHESTER MEWS t WIHGHESTER lEis An Independent Newspaper I Published by s 4 The Winchester News COi 1 w + 1r Incorporated y i to Office South Main Street 1 Winchester Kentucky Daily Except Sunay I I Entered as secondclass matter b member 28 1908 at the post office < 1 s Winchester Kentucky under thtw iofMarch 3 1879 r J SUBSCRIPTION RATES 11 < Carrier Delivery ffciiy one year 52T JCta week 10 4 JAyable at office or to collector Week Mall Delivery 1J year 30a x months 150 J month 25 r r Payable in advance ADVERTISING RATES 4 nv jDfce time any edition 25 JCkree times within one week 50 jpne week continuously 100 t 1Q e calendar month 1 300 i3flonr weeks four times a week 24Q Tau weeks three tines a week 180 e nr weeks two times a week 120 Qjor l 7reek ime discounts 3 months lOpe i afiNitit 6 months 25 per cent ione fir 33 13 per centZ Reading NoticesPer Line Bneness notices body type7i72 L fare reading news headings 15 1 New Pho...

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. — 7 January 1909

F i i i w 1 1 > c > < k i > L > S Trir v f 1 4 > iJ i f 1 ri f THE WINCHESTER NEWS P Ii Ir LspctEi Y 1I f r Euchre and Fortytwo Mrs John Qelland entertains the Euchre Club this afternoon and the flForotwo Club this evening at the home of her mother Mrs Frank Pen t dleton on College street ih t a > fcMiss Sarah Goodloe Benton will entertain the Literary and Social Club today f e I Bridge F 1 < Mrs Lee Evans entertained the 4 i Bridge Club very delightfully yes terday afternoon at her home on 1i3rt th Main street An elegant lun cheon was served in courses at the Iismall tables which were very at L tractive in their appointments Bridge was played to close the af ternoon The meeting was one of the 1most delightful one the club has had k and was very thoroughly enjoyed Mrs Evans guests were Mesdames I Strother Goff Philip Winn Ed Clark If TVylie Poynter John Bean William IfJ H Garner Ed Mitchell Gus Brooks Carrie Buckner Steve Davis John Worth V W Bush W A Beatty ...

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. — 7 January 1909

rH iIt r I o 1 i c J I J I J jJ < Page THE WINCHESTER NEWS r MOTH EXERCISES 11 j a d Expression of This Facial Fa turn Makes Plain Women Attractive I I The woman of today who would ex < J tcclse the full limit of her charms a must educate her features fT XI Is not enough that she be YOUng J < c 1 pretty and know how to dress Unless site ia mistress of all the changing hades of countenance she will fall tort In attraction of another woman r iwt so well equipped in the essentials but who knows how to make a mirror filer face < t By the education of the features the plainest woman may take on a certain amount of good looks while a beauti ful woman may become absolutely ra diem V The face Is capable of an Infinite variety of expressions A good part of the art of the actor consists In know A fag how to so dispose his features as Ai j to give them the varied expression of frief horror amusement whimsicallty or affection affectionThe The best things can be done with the eyes an...

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. — 7 January 1909

L t t a + I A y Y w Sf + b Y I N S < I S S THE WINCHESTER NEWS = Page 7 lr I tSierra Leone F Sierra Jjeone know to lame aa the wWte mans yravetviewcd from the deck of an incoming steamer presents am appearance distinctly attractive As to climate the sobriquet white mans grave is sufficiently instructive Suf See it to say that the first of the daily regimental orders Tan thus Funeral parade at 630 a m tomorrow and It was seldom indeed that the parade was dismissed for lack of a victim to the pestiferous climatic conditions Indeed so arduous became the duties s of sepulcher that whereas it was cus tomary in the beginning for the entire regiment and band to attend only the company of the deceased and the firing party did so later on Sierra Leone is 1 Infested with snakes large and small The former are of the constrictor spe 14 < < dies the latter are all extremely ven omous The most deadly of all per haps sthe yellow jack a beautiful yellow and black reptile whose bite is repu...

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. — 7 January 1909

J 4TT or T T t II > F4TT 1 I 0 I r x V l I a THE WINCHESTER HEWS > II r BEACH HARGIS < + t STILL JNJlll c J > < Y co Mother Fears IiJt Will Be Killed if t r r Free and N s to Payt Hi fine S i JACKSON Ky yjran 7Beach < g s still in jai at a late hour t his ini > rning He stands committed I on thzea charges tvJ e was arrested on t ocJvarIanb 10tahooting on the streqtsandcarryuj a pistol Tues dy Bii he was found drunk on the streete arid t jn arm dWhad was at once t1odged inf 1 ail t W edQesdayuT the Police Court he was tried on the various chargsiiand charSjJ1mlJ supports in this as ait all his former i escapades young Hargisasked the Y town Marshal to go down to his home with him to get her to pay offior re plevy the fines i Fears He Will Be Killed t Toe his surprise he found that she was not ready to dp this IIis disposition to raise trouble with any and all of the Avitnesses and oth ers taking part in his prosecution in Sjhc trial just closed flit Irvine had at...

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. — 8 January 1909

y r c i 1 k 3 A I > 1 I Last Edition f u J < Y r f Ji f 1 0 = 4 Z q tt < lt < < e b prrc s cw YH y Is 7 3 f > TAif i 0 f 1 Pr J LARGEST CIRCULATION IN WINCHIE ER AND CLARK COUNTY < I J TifF WINCHESTER NEWS N VOL 1 NO 74 Iof of THRILLING STORIES OF THE > I COURT VIEW HOTELS DISASTER Mrs Hols Mr Porier Eolianiis And Mr Sam Powell Tell Oflheir Ex perience Of Thursday horning In Escaping From Burning Soling J The body of Mr H T Eals who lost his life in the fire that destroyed the Court View Hotel Thursday morning was taken to his home in Cynthiana Thursday aftternoon for burial Mr H T Eals was the son s of Mr Henry T Eals a prominent real estate broker of Cynthiana 1 Dynamite was used Thursday to throw down the walls that were lelt standing and nothing remains now of < the once leading hotel of Winchester and Central Kentucky but a melan choly pile of ruins All who were injured in making their escapes from the building were reported to be doing well Friday mo...

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. — 8 January 1909

C fI 7 o t 4 c t 2 O THE WINCHESTER NEWS f i x Ii l 19O9 ONJ TUE WEED TKUI Pftl I SAT 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 l t 1O 11 IS 13 1A 15 IB 1718 lesoueisass 24252O272S29W J Wtt w WOMEN GARDENERS i I Jlalque Institution Started Abroad by American Women Two American women are conduct I Hair what is described as a village I i Utopia in England One of them I Mrs Victoria Woodhull Martin has njoyed intermittent celebrity for a I cod many years The other is Mrs Martins daughter Miss Zula Maud I SWbodhulltChe The village Is near Norton Park the I tate which Mrs Martin inherited from her second husband several I l years ago It is called Bredons Nor NorIton ton and until recently was a tumble I down decaying agricultural village I illageII Managed in the old inefficient style I and quite cut off from the outer world world3Cbe The two Americans Improved the Village had a fight with ithe education athorities which resulted in a com 3ete reorganization of the school and I Anally restored the old manor house I...

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. — 8 January 1909

A x g It 0r r a t a I l f r f e r T THE WINCHESTER NEWS pa > tt I I PRESENT CONDITION F OF FOREST RESOURCES J Few People Ha veAny Idea of Amount of Wealth Left In ofI This Country Few people have any tiling like a clear idea of the amount of forest wealth left in this country Those who think at all about this natural resource which has assisted in mate rial development since the landing of the first settlers are unusually too match influenced by the condition of that particular State or section in which they are most familiar Many Different Ideas If they live in a much deforested or a treeless region the people usual ly imagine that the countrys tim ber supply is even more limited than is actually the fact on the other hand with those located in a section where a pinch of timber has not been experienced the feeling is likely to be altogether the other way and some become so indifferent at times as to think that there is really not much reason to worry about a tim ber problem Both...

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. — 8 January 1909

i i i > tr h 4 IL J r 4 1 I THE WINCHESTER NEWS f i fli WINCHESTER JES An initopenctent Newspaper 1 Published by ThB Winchester News CosjLT Incorporated Office South Main Street Winchester Kentucky Daily Except Suntay 1J i centered as secondclass matter I Jlrrember 28 1908 at the post ofifqei j jtt Winchester Kentucky under the at of March 31879 SUBSCRIPTION RATES J Carrier Delivery Doily one year 520 TjDnfweek 1Q Payable at office or to collector jfftxy week Mail Deliveryh r year i 300 JfBji months 150 jM month > 25 Payable in advance I ADVERTISING RATES 1 I Disolay Per Inch j tAe time any edition 25 JHuree times within one week 50 Dse week continuously > l0 ° JBM 300calendar Fomr weeks four times a week 240 our weeks three times a week 180 JTonr weeks two times a week 120 JVmr iweeks one lime a week 75 aglriSk discounts 3 months 10 pet seat 6 months 25 per centone pear 33JL3 per cent Liner BnauiessofifrSiboay type 7c Pare reading news headings v Ion New Phone No 91 x FRID...

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. — 8 January 1909

I 6 T 4 t 1 4 THE WIKCHESTE HEWS Thlge3 I I LobzBrtTw W D C Meeting The United Daughters of the Con federacy will meet with Mrs Rezin M Scobee Saturday afternoon at two oclock fortnightly Club The Fortnightly Literary Club will have an attractive program with Mrs Rezin M Scobee on Monday after noon next Moonlight Skate There was a large crowd out to the Moonlight Skate last night you can always find something inter esting at the Auditorium R Literary and Social Club One of the most interesting prog rams of the Literary and Social Club l of this season was the one with Miss Sara Goodloe eBnton on Thursday N On this particular occasion they l made a stud of Longfellow Miss Luqy Stewart read an interesting poem Miss Owen Porter read a very original and an unusually bright pa f per on the Life of Longfellow Miss Florrye Smith showed much training in reciting a poem while Miss Winnie Garrett in her sweet manner rendered some beautiful so los After this attractive program was I finished a...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 8 January 1909

n i I I i I ½ 4 c J Pa 6 J t 1 I z THE WINCHESTER NEWS x > Y CUES EXPERTS BUSl T I Jiany Billiard Tourneys Schedul ctf to Take Place This Year f ww t i j suTTON TO PLAY SLOSSON < 4 i 71sy Will Meet ln New York For 181 Bak Line Title Jan 26Worlds t Championship Tournament to Start March 22Hoppe Posts Forfeit Billiard events arranged and project 1e promlse activity and interest dur I ibgr the first three months of 1909 t4 George Sutton ann George Slosson are tefiiiis for the 181 balk line champion ship in ew York Jan 26 Announce J ment has been made that a tourna meat to revive the 182 championship wriirbe held In New York March 22 and bp National Association of Ama teur Billiard Players will meet the I fatter part of February or the early I tpart of March either in New York or I CHfcagjJ CHfcagjJThe y The SuttonSlosson match besides w being for the championship will in v lve a side bet of 1000 r I the 182 tournament to begin at Madison Square Garden concert hall March 22 the co...

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. — 8 January 1909

b + z i y i 4 I r 1 + t < i J THE WINCHESTER NEWS If Pali 7 J J Orange SnowHere is a festive lit tle pudding for some stray luncheon which threatens to go without a des sert Its a dainty concoction of oranges and custard and beaten whites of eggs To make it squeeze two oranges and grate the rind of one Add a small cupful of sugar a pint of water and a tablespoonful of gelatin dissolved in a little cold water Strain and add the beaten whites of three eggs Pour into a mold and stir oc casionally till it is set Heat a cupful of milk and add the beaten yolks of the i eggs and the juice of an orange with a half cupful of sugar Cook till smooth Cool and place around the pudding after it is turned out on a flat dishCroutons Croutons With Baked Apples Cut stale bread in half inch slices and cut I a circular piece from each slice Brush t these all over with melted butter and 1 brown in the oven Core and pare as many medium sized apples as you M have croutons Mix a cupful of sugar and a cu...

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. — 8 January 1909

r t Y It r > f 1 to i 4 ifi I Y l t > rt > 1offmIll VOE AT = DIMOCRAJIC PRIMARY t Benfons Majority Over Hays For r rrc itJi dye Was < X340 > r 7 > 0 THei official vote ly precincts and counties in the recent Democratic Judicial primary for Circuit Judge belJwreeir Judge J M Benton and 3Hge JC Smith Hays is given be JovfJ ie total yote cast was Benton 37 3 Hays 1433 Judge Bentons marfoffliy in the district is 2340 Clar JCft flunty v t Boston Hays 3oitfvv rA 114 31V Ge rmant6wn JvXg 1 97 16 I ff lydeiE Corner if Ivv > 32 Ceiiipk H 75 Wt 16 S rJyri1 25 wades 49k > k v 32 Eqfpn 52 ± 7 19 Epavilje > 71 25 frGiner 77 v 42 qqddfs 3 26 f P > q 7 AlI t nsvdle V5S 27 PJqcBem 99 56 Winchester 4it 37 MfcvAbbott IJi s 60 7 47 Gourt House i f 2 i 33 Eaicfax v 7i W 49 W icliester 231 83 j l O r i 1 i Total SS s3o6 596 J entons maiqrity 730 f Jessamfrie Cbunty I Bdnton Hays Wr NidioTasville 117r i S NfelrolaBville T 81 5 ethel 129 2 Wiiinore 89 21 ITortn Keeiie 96 fO S...

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. — 9 January 1909

is J t 1 r 1 r r Y 76 i jlt i ii I tItTtiiiioii tr r r v qa o ri l4fn = J j l Jj l i i A LA RGESS CIRCULATION IN WNtHEST RiAliQCI RK COUNTY tHf3eWIN CHEsr R a NEWS t i > rfr = r JiMWC tJJ WEATHER J J riCfoudy Probably Rain Tof ffJr t rifght and Sunday Station t 1ary Temperature VOL 1 NO 75 WINCHESTER KY SATURDAY JANUARY 9 1909 < fifcTS A COPY 10 CENTS A W 1 STREET RAILWAY COMPANY DOES j NOT CONFORM TO Its SCHEDULE News Reporter Keeps Tab on Runs Made on Friday and Finds That Service is Very Irregular aod Unsatisfactory < Ther service given the citizens of Winchester by the street railway com pany and the irregularity of the time table caused The News to detail a re porter to keep a record of the run = i ning of the car Friday from the first car in the morning to the last at night The record printed below I 9 shows that no attempt to give satis factory or even reasonable service is being made by the company Original iirant Under the original grant to the Central Kentucky Tra...

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. — 9 January 1909

1 TT T F 4 r r 4 < THEWIIiCHUT NEWS I Tj S fii9O9Irwuv1 ON4 TUB WED THU FRI Aj tt r 3J4r 5 67891 la 1S3 1516 I rr 1 s 10 20 21 2223 S 485 6 OT289 SO r W W JoJd The Devilfish In Action A naturalist who observed devil rtkbes in action says that he thought 4o more diabolical creature could be Imagined They resembled enormous Jsats and in following one another around in a circle raised the outer tip one of the long winglike fins high < mt of the water in a graceful curve the other being deeply submerged jlbey might be seen now gliding down with a flying motion of the wings weeping gyrating upward with a twisting vertical motion marvelous in its perfect grace now they flashed white again black so that one would tlMy they were rolling over and over turning somersaults While swimming along the two great arms or feelers of the devilfish are whirled about in constant motion like the tentacles of 6a squid When these tentacles come 4n contact with anything they close upon it It is genera...

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. — 9 January 1909

r b r I THE WINCHESTER NEWS Paao 4 REAL LITERARY LABOR Example of Charles Dudley Warner Infinite Painstaking The extraordinary pains and patience with which Charles Dudley Warner did his literary work are shown in an account given by a writer in the New Amstel magazine of the strenuous wa y in which Mr Warner produced an obituary notice some years ago Professor Edward L Youmans was a close personal friend of Mr Warner and on that account when Mrs You mans died the editor of a daily paper asked Mr Warner to write a sort of personal appreciation of her This he consented to do He was left alone from 10 a m until half past 12 when he went to lunch Returning at 2 oclock xhe worked without interruption until 4 oclock when he turned over to the editor what he had written Mrf Warner read the first proof and in suc cession three revised sheets Each time he made change after change in phraseology seeking out the one right word while even in the nicety of paragraphing he seemed to make clearer...

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. — 9 January 1909

r J u r I y tt r 4 l i IJt14EWIIfCHESTEEWS II ji1 U d j tli tiiI to Independent NlWs tiiIJ v Published by 1 The Winchester News Co > J Incorporated Incorporatedjf Street 1 Winchester Kentucky f + Daily Except Suncay watered as secondclass matter J y nber 28 1908 at the post office s t Winchester Kentucky under the Alt of March 3 1879 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier Delivery JDldly one year 520 tJi week 10 Payable at office or to collector rrsweek Mail Delivery Iie year 00 J k months 150 Jtet month 25 Payable in Advance f ADVERTISING RATES DisplayPer Inch One time any edition 25 JCkree times within one week 50 One week continuously 100 jEJtte calendar month 30C Jfbnr weeks four times a week 241 pEwr weeks three times a week 180 JPomr weeks two times a week 120 tour weeks one time a week 75 dime discounts3 months 10 per JMftt 6 months 25 per cent one gear 33 13 per cent 1 Reading NoticesPer Line + JJiuriness notices r type 7e sire reading news headings 15i < New Phone No 91 Yc SATURD...

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. — 9 January 1909

IIt r It I r < s u THE WWPHEI EI NEWS Pate 5s 1 u t d t jt r 4 J 10j d IF d j crJI DMR IIPRESENTS JP eT ONEThe Lughing S ccesiII r MISS ELSIE EDNA GARNELLA GARNELLAI IIA Merry New York Maid J1 > > I The Dantiest of All flusical Comedies E U f4t 0 l > v t f fi < > i f 5 A N1EFUY 0 r 1 r y NEW YORK l V IiJIDrt t i ± Tt r 0 i E 11 or gaOJ i CiPS ilA at < 11 i rrt lut J < So J7 wf1 f 7 1 rte < t i 1 4I PRESENTING Miss Elsie Edna Garr ellaE 1 COMEDIENNE f LIND A COMPANY OF COMPETENT LAYERS i p Without a Peer in Pure Amusement IA Triumph of Mirth and Music IL Vaa devill 150 Laughs in i n Reined a u ev 150 Minutes r w a U Winchester T U E S D A Y Janu arr Y 12th < T i T v r 11 Opera House = ONE NIGHT ONLY = = J I PRICES 100 7Sc Soc 25c oI y 1 I J b y = J llfC E = k O l = = = n > i v a r 1 SQCIETay1 U EL C Meeting The United Daughters of the Con federacy met with Mrs Rezin M Scobee at two oclock at her home on Highland street Fortnightly Club Mrs Rezin M Seo...

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. — 9 January 1909

1 THE WINCHESTER NEWS I I 1809 The Lincoln Centenary 1909 little Farm That Raised a Man Kea orial Museum Marks ihe Kentucky Birthplace of the Martyr President The Old tog Cabin RestoredsA iilittle HE little rocky farm that T Thomas Lincoln was too poor to pay for has now be come the property of the lovers of his son When the new ar riyal reached the Lincoln cabin on Feb 12 1809 the last dream that could have entered the mind of the lather was one comprehending the giorg that had thus come to these barren acres What shall the pawn Mywhen the Master moves it or what can it kiiow of the result of the moye Most parents think their sons may become president except those whose sons actually do become presi de i1 They are frequently so poor they think little about it The wind blaweth where it listeth and a soul that comes into the world is blown by thewind of the spirit to what heights oc depths it may please him who sends the wind As for the rest of ns wo cannot foresee one single hu man ...

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