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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 25 January 1909

rJ F t l i T astEditton1 t i g t < t a f LARGEST CIRCULATION IN WINCHESTER AND CLARK COUNTY I THE WINCHESTER NEWS VOL 1 NO 88 WINCHESTER KY MONDAY JANUARY 25 1909 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEE r I GREAT CROWD CROWDCOURT COURT DAY l Largest in Years Here Monday Trade is Brisk and Candi dates Active 1S Monday was county couit day and the crowd that was in town was pro nounced by all to be the biggest that has been seen here on covrt day for some years The crowd at the stock y arils during the morning hours was also unusually large and the buying was brisk The Main street stores were pack ed with shoppers all during Je day and business in all channels was re ported as active The candidates for county and city R offices probably made the best use of the day Taking the advantages of the large crowd that was on the streets they were to be found on all sides giving the glad hand and a bunch of jolly and occasionally men tioning their candidacy for office on the side Full court clay sale...

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. — 25 January 1909

Ii l I r Jz < J I c X Page twn I THE WINCHESTER NEWS J Pi 1 FOLLY OF BAD ROJIDS ost Farmers Yearly Over Fifty two Million Dollars II VALUE OF MODEL HIGHWAYS IMore Than a Billion and a Half In Gain Would Be SavedValue of I Road Built Near Greenville Miss at i Low Rate r When the annual appropriation bill of the department of agriculture was tinder discussion last April Repre sentative Benjamin Humphreys of Greenville Miss made the epigram matic statement that no road can cost the farmers as much as a poor one That touched the very kernel of road economics for careful research and exhaustive study have proved says the New York American that the poor roads of the nation place a mud and a ifalll climbing tax of not less than a Quarter of a billion dollars a year on those who use them The representatives sparkling little sentence was in answer to a query by Representative Sims as to the cost of building the unique burnt clay roads of the south a system evolved by the experts of the of...

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. — 25 January 1909

M l 7 1 J THE WINCHESTER NEWS = Page ihre e r f V An Amateur Conjurer 9 During a little pedestrian trip a gen tleman cams unexpectedly upon a country race course and on one por t tion of the ground founda thimblerig establishment in full work Notwith standing the remonstrance of his com panion the gentleman who was a bit of a madcap insisted on watching the gameNow Now would the gent like to wager a crown he could find the peax re marked the expert 4yes was the reply The money was on both sides depos ited and the pedestrian lifting up the thimble pointed out the required pea and took the stakes A second bet double or quits end ed to the surprise of the export in tIt same result Then a third wager Ua pound or nothing steadied the nerves of the loser and the trick was accomplished with great caution The gentleman lifted up the thimble and showed the pea at the same time pocketing the stakes Suelp me etc 161 didnt put it there exclaimed the bewildered art ist 1stNo 4No but I always car...

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. — 25 January 1909

TPw I 1 J C < l < 1 fA II Y7H WINCHESTER > r lIage Four Y NEWS = J 4 TIE WIHJSHESTER HEWS An Independent N ews Faper Published by The Winchester News Cqtf I Incorporated Office South MainStreet Winchester Kentucky Daiiy Except t Sinuay i Entered as secondclass matter JfoYember 28 1908 at the post office mt Winchester Kentucky under the Act of March 3 1879 a 1879SUBSCRIPTION SUBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier Delivery 0311 520y One week 10 Payable at office or to collector every week Mail Delivery DM year J j30q JWx months 150 J3n month 2 5 Payable in advance ADVERTISING RATES c Display Per Inch > Dne time any edition 25 three times within one week 50 ne week continuously 100 Doe calendar month 330 JF xu weeks four times a week 240 Four weeks three times a week 180 I Pour weeks two times a week 120 Pour weeks one time a week 75 Time discounts3 months 10 per awnt 6 months 25 percent one year 33 13 per cent Reading NoticesPer Line Business notices body type 71hc Fare reading news h...

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. — 25 January 1909

T 1 j A 7 ITHE WINCHESTER NEWS Page Fivt LcSOETY I Birthdav inner r I Mr A Gnadmger Sr now of t Cynthiana but for many year a resident of this city celebrated his sixtysecond birthday last Sunday MrI Gnadinger was born in Ger m ny but came to this country when a very young man Those present at the six oclock dinner were his family consisting of his son Anthony Jr Heniy his wife and two children his daughter Mrs Amelia prake her husband and child and Misses Lula 1and Annie Gnadiugei Mr George Dickey Postmaster of Cynthia Mr and Mrs Jack Linihan Messrs T G Stuart Wm Robb T F Moore and R R Perry of this city Mr APR Sphar o this city was to have been present hut was tamed by a slight illness Many local friends of Mr Gnadinger dropped in during the evening Those present report a delightful time timeTheWinchest J The Winchester contingent pre sented Mr Gnadinger with a hand J some bronze cigar stand in appreci ation ol old friendshIpI Miss Carrie Lee Hathaway will have the FortnightLyLite...

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. — 25 January 1909

S t h 1 a I I t s geSix i THE WINCHESTER NEWS L io I 0The a lbRound = Upi A Romance of rizonaI I Novelized From Edmund Days Melodrama > > J + 4 i By JOHN MURRAY and 4 MILLS MLLE f Copyright iham b 0 f c 09 4 r9 ati0 9J I So you nlnft never been at a wed dinasked Allen who was looking for another opening to have more fun with Sagebrush Again thf cowboy became serious and confessed Nope Ive officiat d at several plain killius an been chief usher at a lynchin but this heres iny first wed il an Im goin to turn loose some an enjoy it Sagebrush grinned in anticipation of the good times that he knew lay in store for him at the dance Youre fixed up as if you was tht main attraction at this event said Allen looking Sagebrush over care fully and spinning him around on his heeLAint Aint I mussed up fine answered Sagebrush Youre the sure big turkey inter rupted Parenthesis Served up fine with all the trim mius laughed Fresno taking another Jab at his friend Their sport wns broken up for t...

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. — 25 January 1909

FTT z 1TTT C J > i > 4t J > < THE WINCHESTER NEW Pane Saveri = j i JOHNSONSNEXBOUTHeavyweight Heavyweight Champion to Clash With Langford May 24 FIGHT SHOULD BE A HUMMER While Title Holder Will Have Advan tage In Height and Weight His Op ponent May Make Up For This With Aggressiveness and Hitting Power c By THOMAS F CLARK While the followers oD > pugilism throughout the country are busily en gaged discussing the question Will Him Jeffries return to the prize ring and many promoters trying hard to make the retired champion reconsider his determination never to enter the ring again in a scheduled bout by of fering huge purses for a fight between himself and Jack Johnson the big col ored champion has agreed to defend his title against Sam Langford the Boston light heavyweight before the National Sporting club of London on May 24 1 f Jim Coffroth the California promot er has also offered a 20000 purse for a bout with Stanley Ketcbel the mid dleweight champion at CoImaCal ...

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. — 25 January 1909

T t ITTI TT I TTTIT T < < < < t < I i PTHE WINCHESTER NEWSI 10 REPUBLIC GOES TO THE BOTTOM I Efforts to Save White Star Liner Fail IS VICTIM OF COLLISION < f Rammed In Den A Fog by Italian Steamer Florida Which Rescued the 922 Passengers Before Other Bother yessels Summoned by Wireless Telegraphy Reached Scene Waterr logged Boat Sinks as It Is Being Towed to New York New York Jan 25 The White Star line steamer Republic which Tgras rammed by the steamer Florida af the LIQydItalianie line as she was otwaroV bound from New YorK laden kith passengers for southern Europe ind supplies for the United States liattleship fleet went down off No Mans Land a small island south of Marthas Vineyard off the Massachu setts coast as she was being towed to this port by a number of tugs All ef the Republics crew were saved by the revenue cutter Gresham < < The ramming of the Republic took Mace 26 miles southwest of Nan tucket lightship the White Star liner Seingonher regular co...

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. — 26 January 1909

s F fa1 r i > m Jfj5r f I r 1 k < J Tt 4ilstditiont A c c J 4 J i i v it L Y 5 1 S T t 5 k LARGEST CIRtULATION IN WINCHSTER AND CLAD COUNTlS < > < 4r THE WINC iEST 4S NEws r 1 i VOL 1 NO 89 J > > WINCHESTER KY TUESDAY JANUARY 261909 11 2 CENTS A COPY II CENTS A WEE I TRADE BRISK TON COURT DAY Largest Crowd in Years About 1200 Head of Cattle on the s L Market i Monday was county court day and the crowd that was in town was pro nounced by all to be the biggest that has been seen here on court day for some years The crowd at the stock yards hiring the morning hours was also unusually large and the buying was brisk Trading at the Shippers and Far mers Stock Yards court day was exceptionally brisk and practically all the stock offered was sold c J12O Cattle on the Market There was about 1200 head of cat 4t tle on the market and of this number about 200 were sold at very satis factory prices The prices on feed cattle ranged from 3 4 to 4cents which is considered extra...

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. — 26 January 1909

i Ii JW > TT 77 r l f l > t I Jj I yo f i > < > tt < > j I L 1 P lie T W I o I 4 f t > Jii t HEW1PCHESTERNEWfl f 7 I p v J 1EWCOHER FOR RING TITLE Or Roller of Seattle Anxious to Ex 8 change Wallops With Al Kaufman 1 A new ampidriXheavywelght possi v jbllity has loomed ijp on the pugilistic < jlioriaon in the person of Ir B F jpller Qf Seattle Wash practicing physician who is a wrestler r and an 1 9fll round athlete The doctor has post 4 ed 1000 to bind a match postj JKaufman the California heavyweight iwhp recently defeated Jim Barry in thirtynine rounds Roller is an ama teur and has never fought a rea1 bat tocur although he has boxed with many II jgood heavyweights in practice and more than held his own with them andI Boiler has been in the wrestling game for many years He has only one defeat chalked up agaiust him that at the hands Of Frank Gotch the champion In speaking of the medico recently Gotch said Roller is the toughest nan I ever met not even ba...

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. — 26 January 1909

A utFn r yd f i s > I Iii a r at il a y r w m i i 1f 1 m4E r 71 1 > I Ct 4 r > i O r C I < tJI f c V THE WINCHESTER MEWS i < PaItTIir s = J 1 r t o x y 1809 The Lincoln Centenary 1909 Lincoln as M a Lawyer Great Before a Jury and r Successful Before Judges f His Unwillingness to Take I an Unjust CaseJp t Jp t I NE of De first books road by 0 Mr Lincoln was the Stat utes of lnd ana3nd his bi t ographers aver that he de 4 voured it with as much eagerness as most boys read Robinson Crusoe I inust be excused if 1 express my doubts on this subject If may x be that young Lincoln read the statutes in question with interest because of the tack pf anything else to read but F I know the genus boy too well to be lieve thatany member of it would de sert the Arabian Nights for the le gal enactments of the state of Indiana The literary rank of Indiana Is de servedly high and some of her bud ding authors may have been writing her laws at this time but even so there are certain limit...

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. — 26 January 1909

J + T a a a i + Yi i i p ft 5 j f t tr < jCi THEJINCHESTERNEWS ir r > I < Fur i4 < 1 2 Lrr 11111 c f TIE WINCHESTER L PIE WS An independent Newspaper Published by The Winchester News Co Incorporatedr v Office South Main Street > Winchester Kentucky Daily Except Sunc aYe x Entered as seeondclass matter JfoYember 28 1908 at the post office mt Winchester Kentucky under the Jlot of March 3 1879 L = SUBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier Delivery ily once year 520 ja week 10f Payable at office or to collector trreiy week 4 Mail Delivery ee year 300 1 3bc months 150 r tae month 25 Payable in advance v I ADVERTISING RATES Bisnlay Per Inch 25rUU8 jEkree times within one week 5 OJ J0n6 week continuously lOOj due calendar month SOOj four weeks four timesa week 240 t Jour weeks three times a week 1SCf Jfour weeks two times a week 120 F our weeks one timea week 75 Time discounts3 months 10 per eent 6 months 25 per cent one year 33 13 per cent 3 Reading Notices Per 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. — 26 January 1909

r n l 4 < 0 tt t it if y f I 1 r 1 c toc i < 0 0 > 6 L i I v F THE WINCHESTER NEWS kt nji7t n nP2 IJf 6CCEETY LBT1y I I I I BRIDEi I e The recent marriage of Miss Lena Hemenway daughter of Senator Hem I enway to X Bennet Gates was an event of considerable Importance to soviet YrI I f Gates Us a resident of Indiana and also Is promlnentln social circles t Miss winnie Garrett will be the ycharming hostess for the Literary and Social Club on Thursday host 1 tess for the Euchre Club on Thursday afternoon s Mrs John Bean will entertain the Bridge Club on Saturday after I < noon I A crowded house greeted the Basket Ball game at the Auditori um Monday afternoon k Trip Around the World 1 The Young Womens Christian Association of Kentucky Wesleyan Aroundi the World at the C liege on Sat urday night Admission 25 cents They will have all kinds of gooa things toeat The decorations and eatables will correspond with the products of the different countries Fortnighty Literary Club The ...

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. — 26 January 1909

K t T < a + ff1 I r jr < I J 1 c r fl Ji < rf r i ffl < t t It f I t t tk 41 k 1 r t i > < 1 < < f WINCHESTER NEWS t 0 Palfesi JI t t > 1d t THE 0i J 7t r t f Yb Ij D Jt b Round = Up A Romance of Arizona ± r 1Y Novelized From ArizonaI Days Melodrama J jk J IfBy JOHN MURRAY and ± > MILLS MILLER i Ifi < > t Cr W Dllling ham Co T Hoover commanded silence and roll lug cigarette gravely considered the + prppositiou He realizes that the mur deters should be followed up at once but that if he forced the cowboys by the legal power he exercised to fore go the pleasure they had been antici p tIng so greatly they would not be so keen in pursuit as if they had first given the boss his sendoff The considerations being equal or as he put it hors an boss it Seemed to him wise to submit to Allens proposi tion backed as it was by the justice of his plan that the occasion of the wedding had already saved valuable time ill assembling the posse He as sented there ore...

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. — 26 January 1909

c c j X > i 4 to 1 tw 1 4 j f 1 r > rt Fe4 f ofr 1 l fI r 11 Irfi II jf a t r ° It I t s t r rt r r I x H I r S It t IIt f f i 1 i 4 t pr fw Cw P I r t r It t f Ar t 1 4 J Jr 1h f I > > 1 < A F L i 1 v > 1 L > < > > I < p < t t t I > f t r r i x or IC Y > 1 C jj 1 4THE WlHCHESTEifl NEMtSS IIt t Il 1pf Vft Joi n wl M IvY A < 1 N J 11 j rhePzi sophy jGiV and GetTo Spanker Noto ankLon t Lives Alone W01ne ire Martyrs I 4 1Poor gull I am sorry for her Sirs Popular looked overat the lonely t r wallflower as she spoke Some ope ought to tell her how to he liked in this world remarked Mrs t Clever ° L f ow to be liked mat dp you SeHETf vv i The secret of life getting what you radiate Thenyou go near Miss Wall I flower do you feel that she hikes you Very much x juWell she has rather a repelling manner I always thought Jt rather unfortunate t f tnIt is not so unfortunate as it is self r lsfi She wants to be liked without liking anybody f Now that so...

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. — 26 January 1909

1 < + R i c f Vo v rJ a i 1 t f NEWSL Y i t f ti 7 Page Eiqht THE WINCHESTER HEWS 00 e I t L HOME INFLUENCE 4 BEST FOR CHILD Charity Workers United onI Question r ceMEET v President Roosevelt Outlines Scope of Conference arid Describes Nu nerous Typesf Conditions En I countered by jose Who Seek to Ameliorate the Condition of Orphan Children Meeting In Historic East Room Addressed by Men Interested I Washington Jan 26The Impor tance of the preservation of the home intact was the central theme around which the discussion Devolved at the conference on the care of dependent children which was formally opened bj president Roosevelt at the White House > The subject under consider ation was Should the Breaking of a Hbme Be Permitted for Reasons of Poverty or Only i For TReasons of In efficiency or Immorality Itwas the unanimous ppinion of an shay of notable charity workers and others who took part in the discus sion that the child can best be reared under the influence of the home an...

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. — 27 January 1909

n c fr r Mgr i y I y r + t lL t i i l x 1 < A i r Ji < i l f > f LARGEST CIRULAfloN IN WINCH STER < kD 1 tiAIiKJ tOUNT M < ThE WINCHESTER NEWS f Ir VOL L Nb 90 rf WINCHESTER KY WEDNESpAY JANUARY 27 1909 N 2 GENTS A COPY 18 CENTS A WEEK i 1 MUTER CITIZENS TO HELP t I COLORED U OUSTRIAl SCHOOL f Judge Benlra and President Frost Address A Meeting of Representa live Men At tie Court House on Tuesday Night 1Ihe gathering that greeted Presi dent Frost of Berea College at the court Louse Tuosday night to hear the plans for the new colored Indus trial School that is soon to be es tablished in Kentucky discussed could not be considered large but it was a splendid representation of the s fintelligent influential arid wealthy l 1 class of our citizens all of whom at the close of President Frosts re marks heartily endorsed the move ment he represented and signified their theirb power to help it along t Among those present at the meet ing were Judge J M Benton Judge AY M Beekuer J...

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. — 27 January 1909

I T i 1 1rC ii J t THE WINCHESTER NEWS a WOVEl ENTREE DISHES crape Paper Canoes Are Unique and DecorativeI I MILUANT RIBBONS USED I Old Fashioned Crystal and Glass In 1 dividual Salt Dishes Much Sought I After by CollectorsAnother Style II Resembles Old Time Fruit Stands > When in doubt as to what kind of dishes to use for serving salted alm onds or any of the little luncheon and ilinner sweets and appetizers which mow have an important place in the theI menu one can always resort to odd little conceits made of paper These are easy to fashion or they can be made to order and then the chance for displaying original ideas and arrange ments gives a certain zest to the host s who likes to surprise and please her guests Little crape paper canoes bearing the college pennant are unique and decorative and if one wants a complete fleet or to suggest a regatta FOB SALTED AIiMONBg fete then these small craft should be made in different shapes and deco rated with Various college colors Simpl...

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. — 27 January 1909

1 I r J 7 C J C Y at 3 THE WINCH ST EFl HEWS l JPI 1r I TOWN BOOM AGfNTS t Every Citizen May Become a Lo cal Publicity Bureau tpROMOTE FACTORY SITES h Merchants Particularly Concerned In r Having Such Establishments Locate Prosperityr Campaign May Be Made The city publicity bureau is becom ing a fixed institution in this country Many cities particularly in the north west maintain regular bureaus for the propagation of publicity concerning their attractions and advantages Even Boston thetlh b of the uni verse fifth in population in the Unit ed States is engaged in such a cam paign for city booming It is perhaps unreasonable to expect a small town to maintain a paid pub licity agent yet there are some of the smaller cities which seem to find it profitable The average town must be boomed by volunteers Every citizen may constitute himself a publicity agent and proceed to make his town better known to outsiders The big city bureaus take up such matters as factory sites and opportuni ties...

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. — 27 January 1909

l r 0 j I II i 4 p < 4S r > b > 0 IC z t r rf + r OJ + 7 Pag Fur 17l I > ITHE WINCHESTER NEVIS < > > fir WIHSBES f M JJii1Si > An independent Newspaper y Published by The Winchester News Co Incorporated Office South Main Street Winchester Kentucky Daily Except Sane ay f Entered as seeondclass matter November 28 1908 at the post office at Winchester Kentucky under the Act of March 3 1879 r > SUBSCRIPTION RATES c Carrier Delivery Daily one year 520 One week 10 Payable at office or to collector very week I Mail Delivery fM year 300 ibc months 150 Dn e month < 25 IPayable in advance ADVERTISING RATES DisplayPer Inch JJtoe time any edition 25 JJiree times within one week 50 one week continuously 100 Jae calendar month 300 lour weeks four times a week 240 Pour weeks three times a week 180 Vour weeks two times a week 120 four weeks one time a week 75 Time discounts3 months 10 per gent 6 months 25 per cent one fttr 33 13 per cent j Reading NoticesPer Line Busin...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
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