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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 22 October 1908

j I j Y r a c v rI I < fly a 1 bJ THE WINCHESTER NEWS 4 s jd I Why do they call this place Grave s nd Last resting place of the book milkers madamf ORDERED AROUND Sorry sir telephoned ths butcher but we are out of sirloin Why dont your wife order you a Iound < fWhafs that 4 exploded Harker at the other end of the line I say Why dont your wife order you a round Why dont my wife order me around Man that is all she does 1 from morning until night If you were nearer Id But the startled butcher had hung up the receiver Childrens personalityPuck SLAUGHTER OF ELEPHANTS BuluwayoChronicle Chronicle a party of Dutch hunters Mot recently 81 elephants and cap tured seven at a spot about sixty miles from Salisbury Rhodesia Africa A man named Viljoen who l 4is in charge of the party person I 1 personally all the animals Wire tuskers about a ton of ivory being secured Mr singlehanded handed within an hourf Sagacity of Horses An Interesting story of the sagacltj of horses comes from a provinc...

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. — 22 October 1908

S V c > w I U r 4 M I 4 J f ii f Iv 7 I I 4 Jl t + L 4 1 1 Sr 1f J Jl f i r + THE WINCHESTER NEWS 0 J i t If o 4 < F a 1 Io < to Don t Smferwi h Indigestion and pay Unnecessary doctors bill b jr allowing yourself and family to eat impure foods when tile best caii be had at the same price Our line of dried fruits is now in and ready for o inspection I Fancy Pruned 12 l2c 15c and 20c per Ib FancyMiiir Peaches J5c and 20c per lb Extra Fancy Apricots 20c per IK a > We represent one of the most reliable oyster firms in 5 Ba1timore and receive a fresh shipment in four times a S c we k All orders given prompt attention > y i r STEELY ROUNSAVALL Sole agents for Ferndell Pure Foods Chase XSanborn Coffees and Teas Prices idiand Sausage Red Cross Flour Huylers Candles Bels Flowers fOREST fIR DAMAGES S BATH COIM PROPERTY Farmers Fight Flames by Plowing Ground 1 But to no Avail f T OWINGSV DEJyoOct 22 Forest fires all4verthis sectidn of S the country are and Have been raging for m...

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. — 23 October 1908

T k u A 5 J r ALL THE 013 WORU ow 4 FOR THE UPBUILDING OFWINCHESTERr CLARK COUNTY AND EASTERN KENTUCKY C A tI r COTY Xf THE I WINCHESTER NEITfj X c l z < > Ili III VOL 1 NO 11 WINCHESTER KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 23 1908 2 CENTS A COPY 10 GENTS A watt I i I lf < > LARGE G OF DEMOCRATS jI i LISTEN TO CAMPAIGN ORATORY J cr Cql Room isPackedm Ham Lewis Takes speakinD dales otero and Cannot Be Here 1 IJ < The Circuit Court room was pack ed Friday afternoon to hear Ex Lieut Gov Thorne and Hon Mark Smith of Arizona speak in the in terest of the Democratic party Hon J Hamilton Lewis who was to speak could not be here on account of be ing celled in to fill some engagements for ill Kern Vice Presidential can didate who was called home on ac count of the serious illness of one of his children His place was filled bv Mr Smith who was the first to take the floor Mr Smith was for s Vlmerly a Kentuckian but has resided in the West for several years He was introduced by Hon James S AVinn Hi...

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. — 23 October 1908

A T r ft po f to two THE WINCHESTER NEWS l A f r t 1t + 1 1 JENNIE SAVED THE TRAIN ItlENNESAVEDTHE < ° UMI She Was Glad She Did Not Go ito the Fair I Ito l f By Sydney MtrryfJetd Aged 15 l 0 t Mother cant I go to with the girls t < his afternoon Theres to be an ex rcmralon to the Millgrove fair and all t I thf girls are going together Theyll iiicfw a fine time Cant I go mother Such was the exclamation that 13 t jyaar old Jennie Creek addressed to her mother one September morning She Ted with Her parents on a little farm ti ia Indiana so It was only natural that lite had not attended many merrymak t such as the MUIgrove county fair hadrp ever been wealthy but this year In particular things had gone badly with them The corn crop had failed and although they were not reduced to actual poverty they had to deny them etves many of the pleasures they would otherwise have enjoyed Her mother hesitated drew a deep sigh and said slowly Im afraid Jennie I cannot let you go Father Hun made...

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. — 23 October 1908

r 6 c Y i < flY < Cfl i 7 f r r < f > f f5 > > f > t vr f i J 1i1 f k < i THEiWlICHsTERNEWS > + tl o nr H SUN AVSCHU fit 0 Lesson I V < Fourth Quarter For T Oct 251908 251908THE THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES Text of the Lesson Ps xxxii Meni ory Verses 1 2 Golden Text Ps I xxxii IrCommentary Prepared by Rev D M Stearns Copyright 1908 by American Press Association We turn today to this psalm for a lesson on the joy of forgiveness and the fact that there Ja so little joy on the part of those who profess to be forgiven may Indicate that there has never been a realization of what sin Is or possibly no assurance of forgive ness for when such a word as Isa sliil 25 I even I am He that blot teth out thy transgressions for mine own sake and will npt remember thy sins falls to produce great gratltu4e and gladness it Indicates a sad indif ference to ones guilt or to the great cost of the redemption which takes it away Our lesson begins with Oh the happiness of him whos...

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. — 23 October 1908

fr 4 t S 9 to f t t F rk r r 1 > < X > X z Li i > Jr f > cT i I 1 i M t FIN X THE WIHCHESTtBMEWS If I I H WINCHESTER NEWS s > An independent Newspaper Published by tt The Winchester News Co i Incorporated F Office South Main Street a f Daily Except Sunday 1ered the Winchester Post Of J iice as mail matter of the i second class SUBSCRIPTION RATES The Winchester News is delivered Jnr carrier at 10 cents per week By rail in dvance One year 300 r S JESx months R 150 w One month 25 New Phone No 91 L FRIDAY OCTOBER 23 1908 OUR CARTOON We have to thank Mr Warren 3SIkin for the cartoon which appears w the first page of todays issue Mr + jElkin vas formally with the Hagan Gas Et gine Company here and is mow with the Hukle Engine Company of Lexington Mr Elkin has talent workI 3Ve trast we will be able to run many more ii the near future < HONOR TO PATTERSON t All honor to Governor Patterson R of Tennessee In the midst ofan t s exciting canvass for reelection with I t the ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 23 October 1908

t Y IJ I of t t IC f i j < 0 0 0 > o I I 4 f4 0 1 THE WIHCKESTEfc L MEWV y page Five lI < SOCIETY > I Entertainment k Mrs Harry Strother entertained at her new home on Maple street Tues day at Euchre and Fortytwo in the afternoon There were twelve tables in all and at the end of the games an elegant meat course was served In the evening she entertained the Ladies and Gentlemens Club and had the twelve tables and served an elegant pinch 4 I PERSONALS John Nunan of Lexington is TISi I itfog r few friends in Winchester Mrs Vetter has returned home af ter a ritit in Cincinnati Mrs Steve Davit is visiting rela tives fti Versailles 1 Mis Ethel Wills is visiting in Col I lege Hill Mr Clarenpe Boswell J remains quite Dl eks Miss Liela Cro ton left x Friday morning for Paris to visit relatives Miss Annie Crouton returned home from Richmond Wednesday evening Miss Calloway quires is visiting Miss tai 1ia Graves i Mr and Mrs Massie Johnson of Indianapolis are visiting relatives in t...

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. — 23 October 1908

f I SY i tL 1 4nnnsRag K a Fb < t > 9 tEs a f t i t it4tr aa 1 yfrg s t I t r C r THE WINCHESTER MEWS 187fW t lone Y OUO Jer Sets By ROBERT W CHAMBERS S 1 Author of TIM hgbtfet Clance Etc I Copyright 1907 by Robert W Cbrob r G H H H tHiH eG qj Mrsr Ruthvens motor moved up from its waiting station Rosamund Was quite ready to enter when Alixe said cordially Where can we drop you dear Do let us take you to the exchange if you are going there NoW Rosamund had meant to go wherever they were golpg merely be cause they evidently wished to be alone The abruptness of the check both irritated and amused her If I knew anybody In the Bronx Id make you take me there she said vindictively but as I dont you may drop me at the Orchils you uncivil creatures Gerald I know you want me anyway + because youve promised to a lpre honor and obey me If youll come with me now Ill play double 1dum y with you No1 Well of all Ingratitude IngratitudeAnd And she smiled dazzlingly upon Ger ald then turned up...

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. — 23 October 1908

i I II a 0 THE QP > 1Y f P Sevan III f i > mm mm BY aopp i > i T o 10 PREYEU FOREST fffi t Entire Iree Area of Country Can Be Efficiently Patrolled at llery Small CostSketch oi the Way in Which Conflagrations are Stopped Nothing could better call the at tenlipn of thinking people to the ne cessity for the preservation of our nulniil resources thin the terrout ot several days gl the burning of fourteen helpless men and women These great forest fires have been widely distributed throughout the country and have played much havoc This summer It is doubtful if the losses for Lc i yonrl 90S will ever be fully known but a conservative estimate by Dr W 3 HcGeej Erosion Expert United State Department of Agriculture places the aggregate lossin all part of the country during these months c of configriition at 1000000 a day Wre Prevetable r In nearly every instance probably rin every instance these devastating tires might have been prevented if the various States had provided an a oail...

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. — 23 October 1908

r 7 TF z i = WI p q 4 tI f0 t J c r f 1 r wooJ JlaUpEi 0 THE WiCHEWEItltEWS I Deti Suffer with Indigestion Y and pay unnecessary doctors bill by allowing yourself i and familpto eat impure foods when the best can be had at the same price Our line of dried fruits is now in and v ready for your inspection Fanc > Prunes 12 12c 15c and 2Qc per Ib Fancy Muir Peaches 15c nd2Oc per Ib Extra Fancy Apricots 20c per lb I t We represent one of the most reliable oyster firms in Baltimore and receive a fresh shipment in four times a week All orders given prompt attention STOKELY ROUNSAVALL Sole agents for terndell Pure Foods Chase Santa Coffees and Teas Prices Lard and SauRed Cross Flour Huylers Candles Bells Flowers STREAMS IN KANSAS OVERFLOWING BOTTOMS KANSAS ITJOct 23The rainstprm tllat Iias been general over overI the Southwest for three days follow I ing a hast broken all October records in amount of precipitation At Lawrence Kan the rainfall S yesterday 560 inches broke all the October ...

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. — 24 October 1908

Ye r ALL THENEWS i ALL THE WORLD J p < J F0RTHE UPBUILDING OF WINCHESTER CLARK pOUNTYlAflD EASTERN KENTUGKY THE WINCHESTER 1t NEWS < Ll 5 f r r t WEATHER Showers Cooler Tonight Sunday Clearing Cooling in Central and East Portions I VOL 1 NO 12 WINCHESTER KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 24 1908 i 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK t 1 L SENSATIONAL HOLDUP OCCURS IN LEXINGTON Stranger Enters Room of John Ray r and Relieves Him of Over 1 1000 LEXINGTON Ky Oct 24To1m r ilea one of the attaches of the Cli max Club was boldly held up u t the pont ofa revolver by a lone high WL roan and relieved of a consider able amount of money about 8 oclock Friday night Ray was sitting alone in the room reading a magazine when a short stoutlymade clean shaven man of ruddy complexion wearing a dark colored overcoat entered and made a remark ina pleasant tone about the weather Ray agreed with him that it was disagreeable outside and asked him to have a seat Mie stranger sat down conyers d on other topics fora minu...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 24 October 1908

PaI g Two c THE WINCHESTER MEWS c M II 1 S D D t f r > < HUNGRY BILLY vrythlng Turned to Candy But It Was Only a Dream Billy said he was hungry but he iwasnt really for when his mother of sjfered him a generous slice of nice dread and butter he pushed it away j3ylng that he didnt want any old bread and butter he wanted a nickel j buy candy with If you cant eat bread and butter JBilly said his mother you arent trery hungry But cant I have the nickel moth er pleaded Billy No replied his mother you are a EIy candy hungry not really hungry And candy isnt good for little boys Billy didnt agree with his mother ° 3n this matter To be sure he had J spent five cents for candy only the day before besides he had his Saturday money every week but he chose to feel aggrieved on this particular after tfttoon because he was denied that arhich he thought he should have I Without another glance at the de iijiplsed bread and butter Billy slung himself out of the house and up in the orchard where...

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. — 24 October 1908

< d J J t r i g i2 5 > y < l t 1 V < v ij f O < < tl 1 t < y k v C W a < > t < K i 0 J < t t 1 t t r THE WINCHESTER NEWS r Page Three 1 WHAT THEY SAY R L Conrad chairman of The Grant County Board of Control is this week paying out to the holders of pooled tobacco warehouse re ceipts for the 106 crop a dividend of 20 per cent amounting to nearly 6p000 This makes 70 per cent paid on the crop of 1906The Wil liamstown Couriei The Casey County Farmers In stitute was held at Antioch last Fri day and Saturday and was the best one ever held in the county A go d crowd N of farmers and their families were hi attendance and lis tehQ l ntt4tiJel to the splendid lectures < oMBowdebush and Walker thei treatment of visitors by the good Antioch peppls whoare always equal J to the emergency Farmers are wak ing up to the best methods of farm ing and stock raisingCasey Coun ty t News An editor in all towns makes en emies He also makes friends and good ones too A lit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 24 October 1908

f N Y I i I i TI < iI J i S J w i 5 Peg Four O THE WINCHESTER NEB t f j WINCHESTER NEWS An Independent Newspaper JPublished by K The Winchester News Co Incorporated r Office South Main Street r i Daily Except Sunday Entered at the Winchester Post Of fice as mail matter of the second class SUBSCRIPTION RATES The Winchester News is delivered eby carrier at 10 cents per week By mail in advance V 1One year 300 Six months 150 One month 25 New Phone No 91 SATURDAY OCTOBER 24 1908 SUBSCRIPTION RATE There seems to be a misunb t derstanding among a few of our city patrons as to the subscription rate to The News when it is delivered by car I jiers In the city the rate is 10 Cents per week or 45 cents per month by mail the rate is 300 per year or 25 cents per month The difference in the rate to city sub scribers by carrier and the mail de livery is caused by the difference in c st to The News In the city the boys must be paid for the delivering I and the collector for making the col rh lect...

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. — 24 October 1908

o 1 i w t A < > < h r i + d < 3 r r r THE WINCHESTER NEWS Page Five f u I 1 SOCIETY I Delightful Reception L The home of Mr and Mrs William HlI Garner was most attractive in its Bower of chrysanthemums The haWing room was gorgeously deco rated with pink chrysanthemums Here Mrs Garner gowned in black silk crepe de chime and Mrs Vert ner Mitchell gowned in white chiffon with lace trimmings received their many guests The library and hall also were dec orated in the huge pink chrysanthe mums The coffee table was presided over by Mrs Charles Reese and Mrs George Tomlinson in their most cahrming way The dining room was decorated in huge white chry santhemums The table had the Cluny centerpiece with the Sheffield < Jray and an exquisite vase of white SiiPhrysanthemums An elegant lunch yiT was served Mrs Carrie Buckner gowned ina I grey crepe de chine made empire and Miss Susan Buckner gowned in white silk aided the hostess in entertaining t They by all their charms saw that ...

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. — 24 October 1908

Iw 1 f T 1T hJ ij v r A r J d ESL I it 7 J i Page Six THE WINCHESTER NEWS rOt rO I Y F I oungerSeti G I By ROBERT W CHAMBERS I I I Author of TJi fat Chance Etc I e ti 1 Copyright I 1907 by Robert W Chambers I A gleam crossed his faded eyes but he let her remark pass for the mo ment Then when he was quite sure that violent emotion had been exhaust ed within him Do you want your bills paid 1 he asked Because if you do Fane Harmon Co are not going to pay them tVe are living beyond our means she inquired disdainfully meansI Not if you will be good enough to mind your business my friend Ive managed this establishment on our Trlnnlngs for two years Its a detail but you might as well know It My association with Fane Harmon Co runs the Newport end of it and noth nothIing ing more < What did you marry me for she asked curiously I A slight color came into his face Because Rosamund Fane lied about you Oh You knew that in Manila Youd heard about it hadnt youthe I western timber lands Rosamun...

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. — 24 October 1908

r THE WINCHESTER NEWS crat Page Seven 0 r r I JACK FOR BUGGY kI I tartly Made and Easy to Handle Make One 1To make the implement shown In j the accompanying illustration use two pieceI I 15x4xl Nail the smaller piece be tween the larger ones at one end To the lower end nail two pieces of 12x I 4x1 one on each side of the three I E pieces already joined for a supporting h r base baseThree Three Inches from the top of the boards bore a halfInch hole Take keI F I Jack for Light Wheels andl lI bore a hole in it seven inches from I one end Place it between the two I boards and bolt with a 4inch bolt Tack a notched piece of wood about five inches long to the short end of this lever About eight Inches from the other end fasten loosely a piece of t strapiron 19 inches long which has a hook on the opposite end Drive two nails in the upright boards to regulate the height and says Prairie Farmer you have a convenient light and inex pensive buggy jack L FEEDING NEW OATS Bttter Results Are Obtai...

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. — 24 October 1908

u J J Pag EJ ht I 1 J THE WINCHESTER NEWS Eont Suffer with Indigestion ian f pay unnecessary doctors bill by allowing yourself 1 and family to eat impure foods when the best can be had y at the same price Our line of dried fruits is now in and ready for your inspection s T > Fancy Prunes 12 l2c 15c and 20c per lb Fancy Muir Peaches 15c and 20c per Ib Extra Fancy Apricots 20c per lb J We represent one of the most reliable oyster firms in 1t Baltimore and receive a fresh shipment in four times a week Ail orders given prompt attention J 1 STOKELY ROUNSAVALL Sole agents for Ferndell Pure Foods Chase Sanborn Coffees and Teas Prices v = lard and Sausage Red Cross Flour Huylers Candles Bells Flowers I J AIR CONFERENCE ARUOELECTS ELECTS ITS OFFICERS YMrs Chenault of Lexington is r Again Chosen As Statet t Regent LEXINGTON Ky Oct 24At the closing meeting of the Daughters of the American Revolution Friday afternoon the officers for the current I years were reelected without oppo sition the...

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 October 1908

sF I 1 l 4I i4 r f j r t rl fI kLLTH Ni Kr1ETI ALL HE WORLD i 1 J c P ff L vV41 i 4V + t IbfN4V tI ria c h i l < FOR THE < UPBUILDING CFVV CHESTER I LA COUNTY AND INTERN KENTUCKY V g THE h WINCHESTER NEWS r v rM = > r t T + It j S7 t 1 WEATHERT j Generally Fail J Tuesday Stationary 1 fVOL I NO 13 < WINCHESTER KY MONDAY OCTOBER 26 1908 2 GENTS A COPY 10 GENTS A WEEK rl r iTRADING SLOW H 1 + ON COURT DAY t Very Few Cattle Sold During Morn 7 v ing Hours Prices f Good 1k Monday was county court day and there was an unusually large crowd j in town At the Farmers and Ship P ers Stock Yards there Was between 1500 and 1800 cattle on the market marketk 1morning was rather slow but in the 1afternoon it picked un and the buy r ing was rather brisk r The feeding cattle sold on an av 7 Verage of 3 to 414 cents and the hell ers from 33 to 3 1 t There was a few sheep on the mar l 0 ket but there was no demand for them The following is a list of some of y the sales that were made up to ...

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 October 1908

r 0 M it Page Two THE WINCHESTER HEWS j 1 GOVERNMENT REPORTS Mpthods E rnJ1oy d By Department in Setting a Line on To 1 liaccoCroA t t The great improvement recently noted in the accuracy and reliability vity of the crop reports of the Bureau of Statisticsof the Department of Agriculture especially with reference to leaf tobacco lends a special inter est to a statement about to be issued by the Department outlining the Methods employed in securing and compiling the data upon which the final official figures are based The data used in the preparation of the monthly reports are obtained through a special field service and corps of State statistical agents and a large body of voluntary corres pendents covering counties town ships and individual firms Seventeen Agents The special field service consists of seventeen traveling agents each assigned to report for a separate group of States These agents are t specially qualified by statistical training and practical knowledge of crops They s...

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