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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 19 January 1909

t 1 t I 4 i9 t I i ILastEdi n tj f ILjiurT T C < < k < > 4 0 k t j 4 t LAIGEST CIRCULATION N WIlCQESTER AND CMRKCUl tc f f 4 q f 0 1t T mpWINCH 1 ST INnWg7 p VOL 1 NO 83 WINCHESTER KY TUESDAY JANUARY 19 1909 2 CENTS A COPY 1Q CENTS A WEEK I DEMOCRAIIC CITY PRIMARY IS I t lOBE HELD TUESDAY MARCH 2 Candidates Most lay Their Assessments For The Expenses On Or Before h Februarys Boundaries Of The Several Wards in Winchester I A call meeting of the Democratic Committee for the city 6f Winchester was held Monday afternoon at 5 oclock at the office of the chairman Hon James M Stevenson Practi cally the only matter considered was the date for the primary which was fixed for Tuesday March 2 1909 to nominate a city ticlet Tlie following resolutions were adppted The Resolutions 1st That a primary election he held in each ward iii the city on Tues day March 2 19 09 for the purpose of nominating Democratic candidates for Councilmen in the various Wards of the city as follows Two in t...

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. — 19 January 1909

11 rl 1 c t c I 2 w x THE WINCHESTER HEWSi I TT j 1909 S J N U J Y 345 ONJTUElWEDI 678 THU FRI T SAT 9 1O 11 12 13 14 15 16 i 1718 1920212225 = I 2 25 2 27 8 29 30 31f = r IN ANTARCTIC STORM Braving the Perils of a South Polar Winters Night FIERCE FURY OF THE GALE r JktfvMitures of a Party of Explorers In a Journey Over the Broken Pack Ice The Solid Wall of Wind That Flanked a Friendly Iceberg The arctic explorer has always had Hardship and danger enough but the antarctic discoverer has far more ter sBA conditions to meet Luckily he Meets them with all the equipment sad method that arctic exploration has taught mankind Yet they are most dangerous as the story of those who tare lived through the south polar I winter night can testify One of the experiences of Bernacchi on the cruise of the Southern Cross some years ago shows what an antarctic gale I means He and a comrade Ellifsen started trat on a short sledge journey to carry I provisions from ont camp to another It was in Septembe...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 19 January 1909

L d k r r = 4 t Z 1s FY 1c 11 y 4 r y ti r r i < THE WINCHESTER HEWS j Pa I t IPffiOJlTUEE g n s 4 t ra a e J wnrlnrwl > FOR B LING LIME SULPHUR Stove and Tank Which Makes the Task an Easy One I send a sketch of a stove I had made last winter to boil the limesul phur wash in writes a correspondent of Rural New Yorker The tank is made of galvanized iron and the base l t I ICI lie 1 Plan of the Tank of heavy sheet iron with angle iron I around the top and bottom edge inside The tank has an angle iron riveted to the sides about six inches from the I bottom to carry it when in place on the stove The fuel door fc made onI slide lip but it could be made with hinges if preferred The tank has handles on the sides so that it can be lifted off to rinse it out The smoke pipe may be any length To keep it from being blown over the pipe may be wired to a stake driven in the ground hear It I used this stove last spring in cooking over 1000 pounds of sulphur The base Is made without a 1 a LC ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 19 January 1909

i s t c r 4 0 it < i y > I Y 1 T I 14 > vv y ft4 I r o i THEWrtrr I 1 JS 1 t u TiE WlfitiiitSm Kfe t An Independent Newspaper 11Published by i I < < L r r V The Winchester News Co i + J r Incorporated Office South Main Street V V Winchester KentuckyV 1 ays i t Entered as secondclass matter n JTovember 28 1908 at the post office j Jit Winchester Kentucky under the t4 aCt of March 3 1879 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier Delivery 4 i Daily one year 520 5ne week 10 Payable at office or to collector a T e ry week Mail D livery1r Dc year 300 Ifix f months 150 One month 25 Payable in advance E y ADVERTISING RATES f Jis layPer Inch > f Dne time any edition 25 1 free times within one week 50 I Due week continuously IW 4 One calendar month O3OO t Four weeks four times a week 240 Four weeks three times a week 180 JPonr weeks two times a week 120 Four weeks one time a week 75 Time discounts3 months 10 per j rent 6 months 25 per cent ne t fear 33 13 per cent r Reading Noticesper Line...

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. — 19 January 1909

y 7 ta 1 J n 4 err wr r ch w r Si 1 s M i rN 4y4r l 1 t r L ii e k2 i j < JTHE WINCHESTER NEWS Pane 5 f J u OPERA HOUSE i THURSDAY J a n 21 s 1 I ONE NIGHT ONLY i e > J a 5fe 4 V 1 0 Ej r Comedy Drama f li < r I 10 6 SIS t r PERKINS Something Different from AOfF L thing You Have Ever Seen I I o 1 sQcIEflrU I U D C Memorial The United Daughters ofJthe Confederacy will commemorate Gen Robert Lees birthday Jan 2nary oclock with a most interesting < program Valentine Party The Daughters of tbe American f Revolution will have a Valentine Skating Party at the Auditorium r on February 13 D Y n o g I The girls of the town will have a I r Saxton dance on February 22 I r Literary Club Mrs William P French will be hostess for the Liteiary and Social Club on Friday afternoon at her 1 beautiful country home Euchre Club Mrs T Taliaferro Beckner will entertain the Euchre Club on Thursday afternoon afternoons s e The Hart Chapter D A R will r meet next Friday afternoon at 230 oclock wit...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 19 January 1909

It > 1 I s f r 17ai 1 1 t F r i F f431r friJ sft THE WINCHESTER MEWST 1Rae s rrs sue r I O 1e i C ound = Upi A Romance of Arizona t T fNovcllzed 0 Novelized From Edmund Days Melodrama > J O 6 By JOHN MURRAY and t MILLS MILLER It < > Copyright 1903 by G W Billing 8 ham Co r The owner of Sweetwater ranch srlule accepting McKecs account eet dnot wholly forget the half fcceTs former evil reputation and was t reserved in his reception of the nd = winces of the exrustler who was anx iaus to curry favor Warm hearted impulsive Bud however whose fra ternal loyalty had increased under his feereavemont to the supreme passion i Cllfc took the insinuating half breed lato the aching vacancy made by his teotUers death The two became boon wmpanious to the great detriment of tfc6 younger mans morals McKee I faftd plenty of money which he spent I i V r1 cant bear to see you go liberally gambling and carousing in company with Bud Polly was wild Kith indignation at her sweethearts desertion...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 19 January 1909

i 1 I L > 4 n y 7J ° THE WINCHESTER y NEWSt P3rtt7 4 1 I Robert E Lee Matchless Soldier and Perfect Gentleman l I > Prof R M Shipp delivered the ad 1 dress Tuesday at the memorial ser vices held by the Virginia Hanson Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy in celebration of the birthday of General Robert E Lee The address is full of meat It is an historical review of th elife of that great man It gives incidents in his life not heretofore published It ought to be read by every patriotic citizen whether he be of the South or the North The address in full is as followsSome days since a member and a representative of the V H Crof the D of the C invested with all the au thority of an envoy extraordinary unaccompanied by martial music but under the banner of peace goodwill and good cheer the time being Christmas evecalled upon me at the City School with a request that car > ried with it coming as it did from the Daughters of the Confederacy the authority of a command...

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. — 19 January 1909

< Ii < < V Y 8a l TH E WII CHESTER I NEWQ t t 1 Wo wilt not advance unless General IJee goes hack bu tl if lie will not os Y a b insi elf We pledge oi r elves to ctref the enemy back > Lee retired tndiuV gallant Toucans eagerly rushr eagerlyforward cd forward and nofily redeemed their hedge p I Morse Robert If is a wonder tb 1t when soldiers J around the camp fire were discussing tjie tenets of atheism a rough honest fellow should cut short the discussion by saying Well boys the rest o f ns may b1c developed from mon keys hut Intel you none less than 3 Gdd conJd Have made such a manus ffre Ro1 ert l 2fc can truly be said of Lee that no blackened ruins desolated fields or usHHecessary ceStruction of private property marked the line of his march Neyer the he or hos officers boast of barnhurued or of provi sion destiorddortth at thejSBOuntry was such a tfnsle that evan a crow flying Uvemybuid be qompelledto car ry his rations P r Lenient Treatment You remember that when Pen...

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. — 20 January 1909

J1 4 L f 5 t t ri jlfJ < r I1r iIi J p f t f t r 1 p r fL I L > i tiiist Edition c 1 if i n > F 3 2 t + 1 tk i 4 r J RwrrF ta 1 < a t f p o ii ft < 7 > 1 rf 1 fJ + t7 LARGEsTCIliLQL TI N IN WINCHESTER AND CLARK GtuNTr l HtlWIN CHESTERJJNEWS r 700 IIV L 1 NO 84 WINCHESTER KY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 20 1909 C 2 CENTS A COPY II CENTS A WEEE I SHOWS HIS APPRECIATION OF > WdRK OF THE FIRE DEPARTMENT DrWasli Miller Sends Check For 5100 as Slight Token of Regard For Saving His Stable At The Time of The Gaines Fire I i stableI 1 The fife at Gaines livery v stable 3 is said to have been lastI i7 day night 1 the worst and hardest fire to fight I J that has occurred in Winchester forJ several years Through the hard ln fire alt the 1 work of thefire department stock was saved and the barn was 1 saved from total destruction At different times during the fire adjoining buildings were in danger from sparks and the awful heat from the Gaines fire At different times j the stable of Dr...

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. — 20 January 1909

< 4 < Y X it vtt 1 i r vt = kY J a2 > < ti THE WHtCHESTER HEWS l f J 1 p ASHIONSATTHE PLAY 1 aowns Worn by Billie Burke Ini Watches2t 2t l f 7 I k I 7 jLa Mode Brings Back Into Vogue the i t Russian Smock Some Advance Summer Styles In the Camp of the Enemy Ty Dear ElsaThere are some fash ion writers who would make us be fata WOmen and tat like the dodo the species 4s extiiict Now if I wasnt so anxious to tell my talerof woe Id ask you Miss Intellectuality what this creature is we are all so fond of refer f ring to upon certain occasions But sever mind dear in the next world µ wheu we all will have heaps of time to s slc questions and where well not be too rushed to wait for the answers re s mind me to inquire about the doto wont you 1 Well fashion scribblers toI the contrary I have prima facie evi dence that at least one fat woman has Sier being here in New York she of the old time type of exuberance Taft 2kke In proportions one who has never troubled herself about reduc...

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. — 20 January 1909

c i r J 3r r > i Ir F rP J p 1 l rd r i y f a e i < C t > C > it tr r A v 01 THE WINCKESTEir MEWS p rJ1 A f fir ry STD t 4 A STONE HITCHING POST r How it Can Be Easily Made Out of Cement I A country place must have a hitch ing post at the side or in front of the i i A house else 14 flf thoughtless pall ters will hitch their < i horses to the Fshade trees or to = the fence From f T its Very nature It 4 I is hard to make a hitching post look 0 attractive on a lawn but some thing will be r tjSJj gained If it can Ol be kept from look f1a 5j ing decidedly un r F r fif attractive A wooden post is an invitation to Sectional View ofa horses teeth Post Iron posts can be used but these are more or less ex pensive and are not readily secured except in the large cities A stone post is attractive but expensivea made stone post however is bpth Inexpensive and easy to construct Dig a square hole in the ground at the desired point for locating the hitching post about 1 feet square an...

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. — 20 January 1909

i III 0 C < 0 0 O i > d y < A L 1i C tO > 6 yr 1 THE WWCHESTER HEWS J O J HE WfturttSfci ilfcSf An Independent Newspaper < Y r Published by J µ the Winchester News Co I i Incorporated If t Office South Main Street i Winchester Kentucky Daily Except Sunt ay t Entered as secondclass matter MoTember 2S > 1908 at the post office at Winchester Kentucky under the Kct of March 3J 1879 SUBS RIPTION RATES Carrier Delivery Daily one year 520 JOtee week 10 Payable at office or to collector fiery week x Mail Delivery 300 3 > M year Jx months 150 jbd 25month Payable in advance ADVERTISING RATES Disnlay Per Inch 0ne time any edition > 25 jCkree times within one week 50 Jpae week continuously 100 One calendar month 300 Your weeks four times a week 240 four weeks three times a week 180 JPour weeks two times a week 120 Fear weeks one time a week 75 r Time discounts 3 months 10 per JMOH 6 months 25 per cent bne Luc 3313 per cent l Reading NoticesPer Line Business notices body ...

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. — 20 January 1909

l C s 7TTd r Y6 f 4 t THE WINCHESTER NEWS 1 P 5 < rlJta Y IETyL 1 Ji ° Mr and Mrs Fitch Entertain I Qn the evening of January 18 openedf the floors of their home to the young people of the Egworth i League of the Methodist church Over thirty young ladies and gen tlemen were present Before the social hour the KW C Glee Club sang a number of songs t A prizeof a box ofcandy had been offered to the young man who could trim to the best advan tage a ladys bat Fifteen young I 0 men got busy with ribbons plumes flowers lace velvet chiffon buckles needles and thread Fear fully and wonderfully made were the hats which fifteen young ladies C wore tbthe dining room where ice cream and cake were found and I I enjoyed 1 enjoyedThe The hat which was deemed the best though fourteen young ladies said it was not was a straw one trimmed in pink ribbon chiffon and very old point lace imported waii s worn by Miss Poindexter and trimmed by Mr Jones The mil linery firmof Poynter and Lan caster has a re...

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. — 20 January 1909

IiiJ Ln IrJ i I < I 1 < s c i 0 ii < > < > > I 10 p I < > ft THE WINCHESTER K WS J 10 r F4 f v v r V > < t 1 < lK t14 1 j4e + 6 e s + r J a1QIJ Ttt JRound = Upl TT I = A Romanes of Arizona 1 Novelized from Edmund J i Days Melodrama 1 > t 4 f By JOHN MURRAY and iBy MILLS MILLER f Copyright 1908 by G W Dlllingi f ham Co Gee what f unny blg words you use Jack But I know what you mean kea too free handed Well hell be an as a trade rat until we get our t home paid for An Ill manage the checker business when were married No more poker an keno for Bud Thank you Jack I always knew you was square I Follys sincere praise of his square ness was tuo sharpest thrust possible at Paysons guilty conscience Well he resolved to come as near being square and level as he could He had told half truths to Bud and Polly he would presct the situation to Echo as a possible though not actual one If Polly were wrong and Echo loved him so much that she would break the wor...

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. — 20 January 1909

r r i 4 < ti 7 4r > 0 l 9 r u r < I l i H x f t 1 I I 6 > j e t v ± l > j > > 6 t > i O o rrA I < 1 4 0 i 0 THE WINCHESTER MEWS f J y 4 i i > 0 J 1809 The Lincoln Centenary1909 j Lincoln as a Story Teller Part Second Cream of His Anecdotes Brigadiers Vet sus Horses Hoosier and Gin erbread As Fhrasemaker I NE time a I oNE vessel with foreign consuls onboard j I ff SI n ff board steamed out of the port ofI i HI Charleston and re maned outside for 1 twentyfour hours T h e Charleston + a papers therefore claimed that ac cording to inter national law the 0 blockade was bro ken and could 1 thereafter be dis regarded Lincoln d looked into the I law concluded there was noth ing in the claim and illustrated his j view of the case thus It is very much fxx WQTDNT BE 8i if a man had LOOSE WOtTLDHE been hooped up tight in a hogshead and should contrive in some way to knock the bung out and then issue a proclama I tion through the bunghole that he was free He wouldnt...

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. — 20 January 1909

I Tii < iit t i j S zS 4 A 4 If g < S t f l t t i 1 LJ 1r V ft h L 2 > 4PwR f I T1fFwrCHEStEftt NFW < t 1 > ir IP to I J HmD AD RESS AT nIGHSCHO l 1 I r ReY li PLowry Talks to Students ic1on S f iJJ011ah S t i > i The usual Wcdhesdayvmorriing joint exercises Jjy ihex utents of the Higfr School iand thp jddr by the Rev S M P Lowry were greatly appreciated by aU present this morning The important facts in the life of L Jonah and the great lessons taught by those facts were presented ina manner that could hut pleithose who he tVtlie speaker > Friends who have attQiido jthese exercises freely express the j5inion that all patrons and friends of the school as far as it is possible to do so sliou djjJttoj lliCc exercises Let parents come out to see what their children fire dohS S Next Wednesday President H Km Taylov wW has recently returned from Cuba will give a talk on Cuba S S as she isuowJS The fbllpwiiig visitors were present Mrs C V Bridw ll Miss Sadie May of Loui...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 21 January 1909

T x AA y last Edition r i J r 4 fi t i q + 11iKi l I I t y xriroa6 i r mow iSe W + q f + irr < i r r + q < T i i qtr < c7Lr t = LARGEST CIRCtJIAT1ON IN WINCHESTER AND CLARK COUNTY Th13 WIN CHESTER I NEws 11 400 IT VOL L NO 85fi < Z WINCHESTER KY THURDAY JANUARY 21 1909 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEED I PEACE BOND PlANNED FOR BREAM FIGHT Solution of Problem May Be Reached By Circuit Court Tak t ing Action k JAckSON Ky Jan 21The sit uation at the mouth of Loggs Creek seems to bea sort of armed neutrality f either through a fear of the law or of eachother neither the Callahans nor th Deaton factions are inclined to begin hostilities Since Mr Ed Cal lahan and his workmen were driven away from the log rafts two days ago bv the Deatons neither side has deemed the logs a safe investment and all parties have refrained from going about them For several years there has been a disputeover the ownership of the E land from which the l oas were cut theman seemingly having the best ti t...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 21 January 1909

TT v tk 1 9rJ J 1f M i 2A i THE WINCHESTER NEWS m > r j SEALING IK PINS I I I 1 i ne Way to Help Along the i Christmas List SOME ATTRACTIVE EFFECTS Materials For Making These Hatpin Are Cheap and Artistic Malachite Lapis Lazuli Turquoise Matrix Used Some Other Suggestions The problem of something new for hrlstmas presents is solved in the sealing wax hatpins Only a few ar ticles are necessary for the making TtFirst First one of the cheapest hatpins a jwax taper or better yet an alcohol lump a few sticks of sealing wax the finest is perfumed and a glass of cold water A common wax may be used for the first coating if one minds the I eost One holds the end of the stick I of wax over the flame until the wax is 180ft soft enough to drop when it is dotted on the hatpin head When the pin I bead is fairly covered it is held over the flame revolving so that the R as Will not drop and the hatpin head v retain its shape One should be care tfnl that it does not take fire or black en In order...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 21 January 1909

r r P a 1I l r = V 7 < I < 4 < Jr 7 c > THE WINCHESTER NEWS i L j = rPa < 0 t t l1809The j Lincoln Cel1tenary1909ft Lincolns Education n He Actually Walked Miles to Borrow a Grammar and Went to I School All His Life JW j j + 1 OST of the presidents nave f MOST college men The great est of them Washington and Lincoln were not Lincoln indeed had little formal schooling of any sort And those who taught him Were better fitted for mauling rails and boysthan they were for teaching According to his own word here was less than a year all told of even this Indifferent instruction As a matter of fact however Abraham Lincoln went to school all his life and he had a bet ter teacher than any of thesehimself He was as hungry for knowledge as the average growing boy is for food He literally devoured books any kind of books including the Bible and the dictionary Books were as scarce then rs1ew novels worth reading are now r lllt As a result this lad with the starving fcind read and r...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 21 January 1909

i o a y < I r i 1t lt l t THE IINGrIcSTE fl NES M rt d I l r TIE Wlu RfSltRMEWSi p rAn Independent Newspaper 0 Published by v The Winchester Hews Co > Incorporated Office f South Main Street + Winchester Kentucky Y Daily Except Sunray Entered as second C1aS6 ° matter if JfcYeaber 28 1908 at the post office + Winchester Kentucky under the y Jict of March 3 1879 I SUBSCRIPTION RATESf Carrier Delivery < > ftily one year 520 jpae Week j u J 10 i Payable at office or to collector rra week Mail Delivery > Vf 300 a year M JBx months 150 25one Payable in advance ADVERTISING RATES r Disolay Per Inch > JPae time any edition 25 jhrfee times within one week 50 100tae fne calendar month 3Q e ur weeks four times a week 240 JTour weeks three times a week 180 JPour weeks two times a week J20 Four weeks one time a week 75 Time discounts3 months 10 per jwnt 6 months 25 per cent one jr ear 33 13 per cent IReading Notices Per Line f r I Business notices body type 71 c Fare reading new...

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