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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 15 January 1909

t t tI F < 1 n y Y I It r r y i ° y 1 > a yr Y 1 i A w iT i = I t rTHE WrMCHESTER NEWS i4 1 Nbl fUlN 9 The g Round = UP O O A Romance of Arizona a Novelized From Edmund 0 Days Melodrama J > t iDays MURRAY and 0 MILLS MILLER t f epyright 1908 by G W Billing 1 ham Co 0 CoO O QQ I BtJtiril have to be hold the fort without any Ob say can you see I fcHKBBcss Anyhow Im flying the rat tfesaroke flag of Bunker Hill Dont tKtl on me Whether the ruraJes acre It or not Ive saved their hides IS the Apaches had got to this fort JfcsJ gee how tbey would have crum Ldup the greasers as they came atkfflg the trail Ben crell thirsty by his exertions lane remembered the canteen in the Msnaga which be bad forgotten among Ms other preparations for defense He e sz iiouslj reached bis hand over the ledge and secured the precious vessel lint as he was withdrawing It ping canme a bullet through the canteen J1B king it out of his hand As it fell chattering down the side < 5f the ledge Iba groaned ...

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. — 15 January 1909

r ° r af rr I a II Ii f A r r r f 1 4 1 A 1 n < > RA t THE WrHCKESTER NEWSr t > H < a f 1rly C r r t Ri 1 y i I The y Round = Upii r A Romance of Arizona o i F Novelized From Edmund Days Melodrama So J r IJOHN MURRAY andJ I iMILLS MILLER r f 3 pyrlght 1908 by G W Billing < 1 ham Co X E N6 QA00 33bfclHl iuiTe to be hold the fort I without any Oh say can you see Jhnrjinf ss Anyhow Im flying the rat tfeSDake flag of Bunker Hill Dont tecsd on me Whether the ruraJes see it or not Ive saved their hides I IS the Apaches had got to this fort ItIliasi lfas gee how they would hale crum jteflt up the greasers as they came akiig tIle trail tendered thirsty by his exertions r lone remembered the canteen in the iesnaga which he had forgotten among Ms other preparations for defense He znfiousl3 reached his hand over the I Ie3gc and secured the precious vessel I let sis he was withdrawing it ping i rnma a bullet through the canteen fewcking it out of his hand As it fell guttering dow...

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. — 15 January 1909

I TT T At q If j i tHE WINCHESTER NEWS Pant 7 t 1 1 r nH F eaHNAY PHOO SUNDAYIl 7 Lesson 1IrFirst Quarter For Jan 17 1909 j THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES Text of the Lesson Acts ii 2247 I Memory Verses 32 33Golden Text 1 I Acts H 42Commentary Prepared by Rev D M Stearns Copyright 1903 by American Press Association I find continual comfort in the assur lance that in matters concerning na tions and individuals ToL xxxiv 29 God is working all theb counsel of His own will and according to the eternal purpose which He pur posed in Christ Jesus our Lord Eph J 11 iii 11 Whatever wicked men E imay plan under the counsel of their leader the devil and be permitted by God to carry out their counsel shall in due time come to naught while the counsel of the Lord shall stand for ever ind the thought of IRis heart to all generations Ps xxxiii 10 11 In the opening chapters of this book we find it repeatedly stated that the cruet treatment received by our Lord Jesus tit the hands of wicked men was all fo...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 15 January 1909

r I i T T 1 p 8 7 THE WINCHESTER NEWS I i a on HIT PROTTS I AHOnT JAil f ARTICLE g5 Prison is Kept Clean Citizen Jlsserts He Meant No Reflec ionGnMr HartI 4 I I TTite Editor of The NeWsf Tree a communication in the isie off vonr paper of yesterday sigged 1 CSizen in which he or she says ivo wtere in thV Stue of Kentucky > a s tlaere a stmore tritbc one vo have I feel that that statement does Tnei a great injustice as itis wholly wxtnie I have kept the jail clean 3JId in a good condition as a jail can fce kcnt 1 knuwaiul the Citizen ought to know rag jail can be kept fikc a citizens parlor Any citizen It easi inspect it at any time which I imifc them to do l hope my friend will heigjjfter sigh h1name to his communications > Ii G M HART I ft Jailer j Editors SfeThe gentleman who wrote the cot nunical ou above xcfiarrcd to assured the editor per sonaily both before and after the ccmmnhicatitJu was published that feer meant no reflection of any laudijpi Sfr Hort that the jailer wa...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 16 January 1909

u p 11 a r f 1 7Y i + 3J r 67 b r 7 J I IiastjEdition r RICHMOND Ky Jan 16Isom Cox aged 21 of Estill county came all the way from Hamilton Ohio took I a seat on the witness stand in the court house facing the County Judge and oa jury and made a fulj confes sion of forginjra check at Berea this county several weeks ago which con fession completely exonerated Wade Hard a wellknown young man of this county who had been arrested and charged with the crime It will be recalled that Hurd was arrested about two weeks ago cliarg = ed with orgimr a 15 check on Thom as Bakerof Berea His trial was set for Monday but was postponed until yesterday afternoon at 2 oclock that lie might look up two witnesses by whom he claimed he could prove y an alibi More than twenty witnesses by whom he claimed he could prove an alibi More than twenty witnesses I were summoned by the Common wealth Cox Explains His Abtion Meantime Cox had returned to Be rea bunted slip Baker explained what lie had done and express...

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. — 16 January 1909

c p 1 b 1 J 1 f 4 Jj I a L j t > i17f2C THE WINCHESTER NEWS t iJi ½ c I 19O9 > S iJANVAQY r 1 1fli rON rUE WED THUI FRI T SA ISi I a j 1 34 56789 D2 1O 11 12 IS 14 15 16 LIflpis 1930212223 24 25 26 2TO8 29 30 x o I JO2 Conductor Robbed and Murdered Lexington Ky Jan 15News reached here that William A Ander son a conductor on the Chesapeake 4b Ohio railroad branch line from Cat I lettsburg to Pikeville has been rob bed and murdered After Anderson was dead the murderers carried his body out on to a high trestle and bound it to the rails where it was 1 struck by a freight train shortly after ward and badly mangled There is no clew to the murderers who also robbed the body MINERS UNION 0 K 4 President Lewis Denies Rumors of f r Decline In Membership ColumbuS 0 Jan 15Tom Lewis national president of the United Mine Workers of America addressed the annual session of the Ohio mine workers denying emphatically the Tumors that have been rife that the membership of the mine workers was de...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 16 January 1909

+ j r t 9II L + Y 4 i x 4 rY a + P t L O fTHE WINCHESTER NEWS r Path v flow ROCKEFELLER DOES Ify 011 Kings Physician Gives Prescrip 1tion For Health and Happiness Cleveland 0 Jan 15 Dr H Big gar physician and close personal friend of John D Rockefeller denied the report that the oil magnate was suffering from rheumatism He said Mr Rockefeller was enjoying perfect health He will live to be a hundred years old said Dr Biggar How does he do it repeated the doctor By these simple rules First he avoids all worry second lie takes plenty of exercise in the open air third he never overloads Ills stomach arid always gets up from the table a little hungry If men would follow Mr Rockefellers phys ical methods we would all be young at 70 BOMB IS EXPLODED Amateur Anarchists Scare Residents of Lousville f t Louisville Kyf J Louisville Ky Jan 3 The I explo sion Of a bomb evidently manufac turgid by an amateur caused consid erable excitement in front of the Trinity Methodist church No damage was do...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 16 January 1909

1T14y TiTTIDE a W < i 4 > A fff J y 11 THE WINCHESTER HEWSw i 1 t < Tit WlftwrfESTER MEWS 1 An Independent Newspaper Published by The Winchester News Co WinchesterIncorporated Incorporated y Office > South Main Street Winchester Kentucky Ts7aiW Excepf Suncay Entered as secondclass matter JfbTfimbei 28 1908 at the post office t Winchester Kentucky under the Act dt March 3 1879 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier Delivery duly 520J jtfee week J 10 Payable at office or to collector mry week Mail Delivery 3400R fix months 150 r Doe month 25 Payable in advance 4 ADVERTISING RATES DisDlay Per Inch one time any edition 25 Xhree times within one week 50 Due week continuously 100 One calendar month 300 Tour weeks four times a week 240 Four weeks three times a week 180 your weeks two times a week 120 Four weeks one time a week 75 rime discounts 3 months 10 p er ent 6 months 25 per cent one year 33 13 per cent Reading NoticesPer Line rz Pore reading news headings loe New Phone No 91 SATURDA...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 16 January 1909

J I I Y ii i THE WINCHESTER I IO NEWS Painf I J dET i I MRS REED KNOX DAUGHTERINLAW OF SENATOR KNOX Senator Philander c Knoxs daughterinlaw is a graceful figure at all the receptions and other social events held at the Washington home of the senator When Senator Knox becomes secretary of state his splendid house in K street will be the scene of numerous diplomatic gatherings and Mrs r Knox will share the task of entertaining with her charming daughterinlaw rReed Knox and his wife make their home with Mr Knoxs parents I I Exchange The ladies of the Baptist church will have an Exchange today at Bushs store on Main street it Cjjndy Sale The Literary and Social Club will have a candy sale today at Kid wells Drug Store The sale will continue throughout the day I > The Little Colonel Readers will meet with Miss Mrytle Spencer this afternoon B BLC The B B L C Club will meet this afternoon at 230 with Miss Pauline Flaunery on Winn ave t nue 9 I r Bridge Club Mrs Sloother G off entertains...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 16 January 1909

10 4 I Ie 0 ItPale 6 0 THE WINCHESTER NEWSr 0 i tlAidNt crLo 71 N l f T Round = UPI A Komance of Arizona I Novelized From Edmund 8 Days Melodrama > S J 0 By JOHN PSURRAY and 1 J MILLS MILLER g Copyricht 1903 by G W Billing X 2 ham Co x a b A4OOG 400 Nm3 tine set his teeth in a firm resolu oi n not to say a word The taunts r lite eaptor were harder to bear in 2cnce than the prospects of torture Stubborn hey Well well try a HtflQ Pache persu din And fcho Pen CsiiQ dragged his helpless captive up 3 v the thorny sahuaro and bound his Sack against it with the dead horses bridle McKee searched through mss pockets until he found amatch Hast one hey Kinder puopiiate Iteaf drink from the old canteen ias HIC1trJdge cartridge las lops at the sceIiery an Is will an testyment Oh times precious but Ill spare iou enough t ° ap out in yer mind jes where then Maims js located The rurales wont i lh along fer an hour yet if they haint tnied back after our other party McKee pulled off Lanes boors It...

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. — 16 January 1909

rIf + c Ii r N J p i j J + A c r < < J J 11 j z r s t i l > THE WINCHESTER NEWS Paoe 7 I Q f m t t t J 1809 The Lincoln Centenary190J 11 The World When UiicoWas Born i LrSteam Was In Its In I fancy Electricity Only a I Scientific CuriosityDar 4 r win Born the Same Day 00 1 I HI world of 1SOO was some TH what different from that of 1009 In many lines of hu fI main endeavor it is doubtful if all tee previous centuries saw as great changes as have taken place in that single century The age of steam was then in its earliest infancy Watt had watched his teakettle and invented his engine it is true Fulton had made his I steamboat traverse the Hudson and was in that very year 1800 taking out his patent but George Stephenson wits + then a laborer and yas only dreaming of his locomotive which dreamingI materialize until five years later Thus while the use of steam as a motive I power was barely known the marvels I ous revolution to be wrought by it had not yet started itI As for ele...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 16 January 1909

i Y I f A x l I S I j o LI i r z t Ja9t p < > J THE tV NCHEStER NEW i t 1 CAPTAIN HAINS < MAY GO FREE I i j I lEoifersAcquitfalDisheart I 1 ens Prosecutor DISCUSSES THE VERDICI Says That Undcr Jurys Decree Per sons With Sufficient Ingenuity to Frame UF Defense Can Commit Murder With Perfect Impunity and That PeopfleJsWiil Has Been Sub ordihated to Private SUbI May Surrender Murderer to Family Flushing N Y Jan 16After re viewing the eyuJenco for 22 hours and taking 15 ballots before all were agreed the jury ill the trial of Thorn ton Jenkins Rains found the prisoner not g ilty iis a principal with rI brother Cap tain Peter C Hains Jr in the Jailing JJL William E Annis For the second time in his life Thorn ton Hams his lien found not guilty of the charge of murder he having t been acquitted of murder in the shooting of a companion named Ed ward W HannIgan en an open boat InHamptou Roads 17 years ago Officials of the district attorneys > fIceare quoted as saying that the Te...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 18 January 1909

t I = i fc t f r I f fast Edition ll i IiI l I 1 r 0 J j r LARGEST CIRCULATION tN I WINCHESTER AND CLARK 9UNIT 1 tI WINCHESTER NEWS I y s cti wW1IMI II I cA WEATHER 4 t r u 1 11 Cloudy Toni ht Tiesda y Slowly Rising Temperature t i VOL 1 NO 82 = VSIYIVCHESdER JANUARi WINCHESTER KY MONDAY JANUARY 18 1909 t 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEC I x CELEBRATING THE BIRTHDAY t 4 Memorial Services For Robert E Lee at the Court House Tues day Afternoon i < The Daughters of the Confederacy will celebrate Robert E Lees birth day Tuesday January 19 at t lie court house at 2oclock with a most interesting program I Prayer Rev J R Peeples Song Massas in the Cold Cold Ground I Winchester High School Song k Soldiers Rest K W C Quartette Address V Prof JL M ShijJp Song Old Black Joe Winchester ElghJShpol Song Dixie K W G Quartette ATTENTION CONFEDERATES 4 The Virginia Hanson Chapter of ilie Daughters of the Confederacy will have memorial service on Jan uary 19 1909 being the anniversary Of the birth o...

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. — 18 January 1909

Ik 1 f i J 0 1 < h 2IINCHESTERIiEWS t ARTISTIC AND USEFUL Bellows Tempt the Modern Con noisseur In Ancient Furnishings SPECIMENS IN RARE DESIGNS bLyre Shape of tbe Louis XVI Period Said to ReWork of French Ebcnistr < Jean Dernontreuil Charming Italian Renaissance Pattern > Bellows are details of old time fur Dishing which somewhat curiously seem to have escaped the attention o many writers on the furniture of thi past and to meet with comparative 1 slight esteem among the generality of modern connoisseurs and yet if om begins to take up the subject it ir by no means lacking in interest One reason for its being apparently neglected may possibly be found in the fact thafe bellows of the olden time were such indispensable and constant ly used members of the family house hold goods that very few have Fur vived to tell their mute tale of bygone lusefulness In mediaeval kitchens of the great the bellows blower was a recognized functionary whose duties according to Joinville proba...

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 January 1909

t I THE WINCHESTER MEWS Pam a w 1809The Lincoln Centenary 1909 Centenary1909F The Lincolnt His Insatiable Craving to Know ThingsHe Even Read While He AteSim pliciry and Democracy I i N a one room log shanty with an 1 earthen floor and lighted only by a glazed paper window Abraham Lincoln was born He died in a theater oy the band or an actor es a bald statement of the method of his arrival and departure that is not very promising But what of 1t1 It is not the manner of a souls entering the world or leaving it that tells the story but its conduct while here Jesus of Nazareth was born in a stable among the cattle and was executed as a crim inal but there was so much radiance in his life that it has reflected a glory ryI over both manger and cross In like manner Lincoln has made a log cabin entrance and a theater exit honorable After all it is the man that counts and not the accidents that surround him Many writers profess to believe that with a less humble birth and rearing Lincoln wou...

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 January 1909

r c + 7 to i o 4 < > < i > t > > J Y THE WINCHESTERHEW 114 i fL TIE WIM6HESTER HEWS I 7 v An Independent Newspaper j Published by fA The Winchester News Co Incorporated Office South Main Street Winchester Kentucky If Daily Except Sunt aYe J Entered as secondclass matter i JTovember 28 1908 at the post oflSfie M Winchester Kentucky under the Act of March 3 1879 v SUBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier delivery 520 jDcy one year tne week 10 Payable at office or to collector weekt Mail Delivery jDas year 300 fix months < 150 jDn month 25 h Payable in advance ADVERTISING RATES jT o One time any edition 25 three times within one week 50 t 4Dae week continuously 100 fkte calendar month 3QO Your weeks four times a week 240 i Four weeks three times a week 180 Pour weeks two times a week 120 i JPour weeksone time a week 75 I Time discounts3 months 10 per acej one j par 3313 per cent Reading NoticesPer Line Business notices body type 7c Pure reading news headings 15c New Phone No 91 ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 18 January 1909

r M I J S rf i > t ii E rHF WINCHESTER NEWS 1 I t i 1 Pane 5 11 r socrrrMI U D C Memorial t J The United Daughters of the Confederacy will commemdrate Gen Robert E Lees birthday Jan uary 19 at the courthouse at 2 f oclock with a most interesting program 1 41 Valentine Party The Daughters of the American Revolution will have a Valentine r Skating Patty at the Auditorium I on February 13 1The girls of the town wilKhave a F Saxton dance on February 22 i Literary Club Mrs William P French will be hostess for the Liteiary and Social Club on Friday afternoon at her beautiful country home r Euchre Club Mrs J Taliaferro Beckner will entertain the Euchre Club on Thursday afternoon f The Candy Sale The Literary and Social Club realized more than six dollars Sat urday from their candy SaleThe i money will be used for charitable I purposes x l a IBridge Club Mrs Strother Golf entertained the Bridge Club very delightfully Saturday afternoon at her home on South Maple street Luncheon was serve...

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 January 1909

fii I THE WINCHESTER NEWS ti The r r Rotind = UP A omen ce of Arizona i Novelized From Edmund 4 I Days Melodrama w wi By JOHN MURRAY and + MILLS MILLER ± r C6py5lht 1908 by G W DHHng < ham Co 0 toe e tJnel Allen trained the girls in all tMet craft of the plains just as if they word boys He taught them to ride astride to shoot to rope cattle They accocfinled him everywhere he went ofuJjqgon bronchos by the side of fife Kentucky thoroughbred Merry uj eyed black haired Echo always raSe npon the off side and saucy Polly with golden curls blue eyes and tip tilted nose upon the near The es e afeaerate soldier dubbed them in military style his right and left wiBgs As the three Would make a rid upon Florence the county town tfia inhabitants did not need to look emJC of doors to ascertain who were I CQGJS for the merriment of the little ghisf gave sufficient indication Here cemes Jim Allen ridin like the de s tr angel said young Sheriff Heaver on one of these occasions I kaow him by the r...

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 January 1909

I i i t Ok j f it t p l THE WINCHESTER HEWS L 7 1 i 5 SWINDLING POOR WOMEN JMail Mail Order Shark Got Caught In the Nets of Federal Law i Those who bite and are bitten are many and widely distributed Recent Iy a man was arrested by federal au thorities in an Oregon town on the I technical charge of misusing the malls to defraud He was a mail order genius also a crook of perfect propor = t Lions He had figured it out he said I that mail order advertising is so popu lar as to tempt the unwary particular ly the Ignorant unwary almost any where from Massachusetts to Arizona effete east and frontier Accordingly this enterprising person advertised that for the small sum ot a a dollar he would send material and Instructions for making a dozen waists The completed waists were toI be returned to him or rather to the high sounding company under the I title of which he traveled through the malls Upon receipt of the dozen waists the maker would receive 3GO I A waist could be made in a few min u...

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 January 1909

R I i f n Jy fti < Cr l 8Ii iO T JrNrJf < Tf RMFW f JlFfiAtkSAr r NEGRO YM1C1 A I ISvifltfodoced Americas X Greatest Statesman bcUss RACE QUESTION C ys Cofbrfed Men Must Settle It The Ives by Industry Thrift and Information Believe Religious Dehomlnfations Are Becoming Mtore Tolerant and Refers to Payment For Friars Lands as Example I Denies Taking Part fin Oregon v Senatorial Contest ± Augusta Ga Jan IS Introduced Joa big 11 audience of men comprising tthe the most popular jand conspicuous citizen of the United States Ameri ds > greatest statesman our un crowned S king for whom we wish a successful administration and a sec ond termby the famous Dr Walker knoyrn as t iiie Black Spurgeon Mr Taft became < greatly interested In discussing tie Christian uplift of < Y ILyXX A worjraiid talked for an un usually long time to this enthusiastic listeners Dr Walker painted a bright pres present groes df Georgia whd owned he said a million a res of land in the state and paid tax...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
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