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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 17 February 1909

y 0t t e 19 o i a 0 7 B f > i < X i r j i1 it J v < rl Last1itiof I 4 It A i 0 y i ti i y 4E > 2t r f i y V v cJ < LARGEST CIRCULATION r NWlN HtSTERiX jf i S A IARK 4 J i T COUNT1r THE WINCHESTER f NEWS 11 I VOL IIon on ELKS FAIR > lSlO BE HElDTJ I r t < dl FIRST WEEK IN AUGUST rl J r Ollicers Are EI dFIffiproveffloilts To Be Made In The Grounds treetCar Track ToBe Extended At a call meeting of the Elks held at the clubroom on Tuesday eve iiingj February 16th 1909 the first week in August was selected for the time to hold the fair The following officers were chosen lxAsa R Sphar president R Dunter first vice president I resiaeufEli Eli Dooley second vice president S W Pursley third vice president i John JET Clelland secretary of the fair V > fairFrank Frank Murphy assistant secretary Eli Bean secretary of the floral hallr L S r Directors Abram Renick James S Winn Vie Bloomfiejd L B Cock Tell R R Perry W M Jones Matt Bean Jame Ballard Zqde Jlodgkui C E Gibbens...

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. — 17 February 1909

I k r ja I 1 Y I f > i I c p t r > > 1j S age fWI THE WmCHCSTEH Ut r I < f THE CROUCHING TIGER ft Hunting Incident In the Jungles of India Now and then a soldier has been found kneeling on the battlefield as If about to take aim at the enemy but atone dead A bullet in the brain had converted him into a statue of him self Captain Forsyth In his High lands of Central India tells of a sim ilar effect produced by an explosive shell on a tiger The captain while In the howdah of his trained elephant hunting a tiger saw the beast crouching under a bush on ithe bank of a ravine He took aim I and fired a three ounce shell at the theI tigers broad forehead To his sur prise for the distance was but thirty yards there was no result Not a mo tion of the tiger acknowledged the shot He rode round a quarter of a circle but still the tiger remained mo tionless but looking intently in the same direction Growing more and more amazed the captain rode up near er with his rifle at full cock b...

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. — 17 February 1909

1e w 1 eo I w I jj > f r > J q > THE WINCHESTER ffWS A 0 d I P Tht tt p PLEASED WITH NEW BERTH I LqiYl l ftgjtUtl c jjS Dan McGann the grand old man who played tint base for the New York GIants and helped them win the worlds championship and a couple F fpennants Is well pleased with his sale to the Milwaukee American As sociation club He predicts that given a free rein Manager McCloskey ivriTl give Milwaukee a winning club GOOD PINCH HITTERS ON > AMERICAN LEAGUE TEAMS Every Club Has One or More Batters LjjWho Are Feared by Qppos < f lfIng Pitchers j Every ball club in the American league has one or two batters who are always feared by the opposing pitch era They are the men whom the twirlers hate to see step to the plate in a pinch t Detroit has a quartet of men in C b Crawford Rossman and McIn tyre who can swat the ball but Cobb and Crawford are most feared Craw ford is the slugger of the bunch and la liable to break up a game with a homerun as often as with a single...

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. — 17 February 1909

Th 0 V > Ija P gt FolIrc > 4 THE WINCHESTER MEWS L S 4 TilE WINCHESTER NEWS I 0 p 4n Indepetdent Newspaper r > t 1Published by The Winchester ewsCo 4Incorporated ii c Office South Main Strqet f Winchester Kentucky 1 Daily Except Suncay J f matterI Ekitered as secondclass matter I iTownber 28 1908 at the post office i At v Winchester Kentucky under the kot of March 3 1879 SUBSCRIPTION RATES i Carrier Delivery 1ily one year520 I J > M week lp I Payable at office or to collector 5 t ry week S Mail Delivery JKw year300 I Wjlx months 150 to month > 25 Payable in advance T ADVERTISING RATES Display Per Inch 406 time any edititfri 25 iHaree times within one week 50k week continuously 101 calendar month J 300 JTour weeks four times a week 24 I four weeks three times a week 180 1 sour weeks two times a week 120 jjToHT weeks one time a week 75 i Time discounts3 months 10 per Spent 6 months 25 per cent one I yar 33 13 per cent 1 I i Reading Notices Per Line i Ihisness notices bo...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 17 February 1909

i 1 I THE WINCHESTER HEWS Pale FlVI EH + IL < s 0 CIr < I I I F e Euchre Club and FortyTwo > Ms E E Kidwell will entertain iKe Euchre Club and FortyTwo FortyTwo Clubs on Saturday p r e Literary Club r u Miss Richie Lane wilt be the charming hotess at the Literary and Soda 1 Club on Saturday > Little Colonel Readers The Little Colonel Readers wilt have their meeting with Miss Ada cF ti l5eeBoone on Saturday f Cooking Club t f The Cooking Club meets with Miss bra Gaines Allen on Satuday A f fa Fortnightly Club jThe Fortnightly Literary Club lmeets with Mrs Dutv on February 22 t t f Miss Emma TurriDull Vill enter r r 1j tarn Friday with a Fortytw9 F Party in honor of her guest Mrs r Smith of Cincinnati v Lv I < I J Mrs C E Gibbens will entertain I UFort f two OHFebruary22 u I w R Have you been te the Animal Showat the > AuditQrium7 If not I dont fail to go It is well worth your time and money Also each i time you attend you gt a soiive ithr i W F MS The W F M S of the...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 17 February 1909

i Q s i TJTT d f 7 t t Page SJx i THE WINCHESTER MEWS < I The RpuirfLJp I 1 A Romance of Arizona Novelized From Edmund Days Melodrama By JOHN MURRAY sad MILLS MILLER t Copyright 1908 by G W Dilllnghtm Co 4 sagAn JiAn Apache had crawled to the head fit a draw and crossed the butte into i second ravine which led to the trail down the cliff side On his belly he bad wormed his way up the pathway until he overlooked the rear of the de ITensLve position the two men occupied gcreened by a ledge he waited a fa orable shot 5 Jack again cautiously raised his head and peered over the barricade Still not an enemy was In sight As the I Apaches had ceased to fire he knew they were gathering for another simul taneous rush j In the breathing space which the Apaches had given them Jack who had resigned himself to die took a new grip on life His dream of atonement had worked out better than he had a He waited a favorable shot planned Selling his life by bravely fighting Ina good cause was far far ...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 17 February 1909

z T t 4 i 11 R f I f L < l t fl yY l 1 i > i 1 L 1t y C THEWNQHESTERNEWSq < l g Pageevenq 1 I YHfT IMPRESS ED THFcfi IAH1 rAmirlca l American Gastroriomlcsl DoJfcacy Had Appealed toHirn Recently a member of the Russian TOltttIonary party who had beta through all sorts of czcitiae vlclsgi txdte In his native country was on a Visit to the United States Wishing to be polite to him and talk on those subjects nearest the Russians heart a gentleman who met him asked all sorts of questions about the Douma the Czar dynamite and averYthing else which hQ adjudged In f teresting to the foreigner Then when he could think of noth tag more about Russia he turned the conversation In this direction I suppose that you find America a irklngcontrast to your own country Mull of liberty and respect for every bodys rights It must seem peculiar to you to note how little the govern government go about their daily work And the striker you as strange after Russia I feel sure that it must Tell me sir...

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. — 17 February 1909

yr L r r Page EfQht L i THE WItiGHESTER jEWS HOUSE PASSE FINANCE BILL I Siiily Objection is on Canal Appropriations I iEAN BILL IS REPORTED t senate Temperance Committee Fa t yors Its Indefinite Postponement 1 j Which Is Regarded by AntiSaloon Leaguers as Victory < For Their I t Cause Lively Debate Anticipated v When House Tackles Discussion of Woods Measure MeasureI Columbus O Feb + 17 The house ef representatives under a suspen sion of the rules passed the general appropriation bill setting aside 7 H507927 for state departments and in stitutions Such expeditious handling of an appropriation bill is without re cent precedent In fact when Judge Winters leader of the Democratic mi nority in the house sought delay and Basked whether the Republicans in harge of the bill were not pressing things unprecedentedly Chairman Ritter of the finance committee was unable to cite a precedent He point ed out however that never before fad such a bill been prepared within three weeks time The mea...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 18 February 1909

r t I < t d r ttt r j Last Edition j t T r ° LARGEST CIRCULATION WINCHESTER AND CLARK COUNTY 1 lIE WINCHESTER NEWS It r y VOL I NO 109 WINCHESTER KY THURSDAY FEBRUARY rs 1909 2 CENTS A COPY IS CENTS A WEEK i PRESIDENT HAS SIGNED BILL Clark County to be Reimbursed For Expense of Building Towards f Creek Bridge The bill recently introduced Con gress by Congressman W Langley of this district to reimburse Clark county 2727 for building a bridge over Howards Upper Creek was signed by President Roosevelt Wed nesday nesdayThis This is the second time that Clark county has been reimbursed for building bridges over waterways in the county The other reimburse tiwent was for 2006 and was secur ed by Frank Hopkins a former Con gressman from this district Much of thecredit for the success of the county is due to the efforts of Judge Evans who has been unceasing in his endevaors to secure the Ps sage of the bill He has kept at it 1 at all times Congressman Langley has watched the bill and lias...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 18 February 1909

oJ I 1 t If i i t pTwe Tt E WINCHESTER HEWS 1 J t I r7N080DYLOVrS A FAT MAN COPYRIGHT I909BY THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION r Censoring the Mail an is strange there is nomail for gee remarked Mrs Instyle Yes dear qUite strange acquiesced Mr lartylelThen Then as she stepped into the other room lie chucked three fashion maga zIncs four patterns a skirt catalogue m cloak catalogue a jewelry catalogue and a letter from The Royal Lady moors Into the fire Two hundred dollars saved he chuckles and became so well pleased with htr elf that he set aside one tenth the amount for cigarsJudge Sardpus Quip yictorfen Sa don hated shams said at Jfjeswyprk theatrical manager It jmu tried Jo Impose on him he would ca1l 7oq down 11 J 4 t 18 Amblgu duringa rehearsal 3 S da ha doubted an actors state aumt that JIB had given 40 hours of MSr < to hi lines v jbTp doubt Wr said the actor < h0tjrn assure you Mpns Sardou I itSTMiiBver jjgd but twice in my life fiardpn smiled dryly ta ft ww I this makes ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 18 February 1909

1 fo 0 < V y > r THE WINCH ITft MEWS P T r fr THE ERICAN Mr William A Radford will answer questions and give advice FREE OF COST on all subjects pertaining to the subject of building for the readers of this paper On account of his wide expe rience as Editor Author and Manufac turer he is without doubt the highest authority on all these subjects Address all Inquiries to William A Radford No onlyenclose enclose twocent stamp for reply Sometimes a long narrow house is preferred and sometimes a house of this shape is necessary because it must fit a narrow lot This plan is 22 feet wide and 37 feet long It contains six rooms and is built on the economical order that is the amount of material is small f when compared with the amount of room the house affords To avoid long hallways the stair is placed about the center of one side which works well on the first floor and is w < very convenient on the second floor > as the landing is near the center of the house and the short hall ...

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 February 1909

I11I Page Four 0 i xvt WINCHESTER HEWS 0 T8E WINCHESTER HEWS i An Independent Newspaper Published by The Winchester News Co 4 Incorporated Office South Main Street winchester Kentucky 7Daily Except Sunt ay Entered as secondclass matter IfoVwnber 28 1908 at the post office at Winchester Kentucky under the kat of March 3 1879 I SUBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier Delivery DUy one year 520 ifXit week 10 Payable at office dr to collector jiytry week Vjr o VjrMail Mail Delivery 1 M year Xv iv 300 Ifac monthst 150 jif t WM month 25 Payable in advance I T ADVERTISING RATES I JJ DM time any edition 25 I lkree times within one week 50I OOne week continuously ton I 300 I iflljt calendar month iPotir weeks four ti saw ek 240 jr4urxweeks three times a week 380 JFpnr weeks two times a week 120 3FoHT weeks one time a week 75 Iliime discounts 3 months 10 per I tmt 6 months 25 per cent one grs 33 13 per cent I Reading NoticesPer Line Business notices bodys type 71hc tpore reading news headings 15c S Hew Pho...

Publication Title: Winchester News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 18 February 1909

LIIT T 1 I I j J > 0 C > > THE C WINCHESTER NEWS D r If A k I OOCIETY I < f Euchre Club and FortyTwo t Ms E E Kidwell will entertain the Euchre Club and FortyTwo Clubs fr on Saturday ti Literary Club t vMiss Richie Lane will be the charming hotess at the Literary and SpgialGJub on Saturday Little Colonel Readers The Little Colonel Readers will have their meeting with Miss Ada f Leer Boone on Saturday 1 e I i Cooking Club The Cooking Club meets with Miss OrJ Gaines Allen onS t day f i Fortnightly Club The Fortnightly Literary Club melets with Mrs Duty on February 22J fI 1 Miss Emma Turnbull will enter tain Friday with a Fortytwo party in honor of her guest Mrs Smith oft Cin inn ti Mrs C E Qibbens will entertain at Fortytwo on February 22 0 Have you been te the U Animal Show at the Auditorium If not dont fail to go It is well worth your time and money Also each ajime you attend you get a souve nir S 0 The ladies of the Baptist church t will have an U Exchangeat Mr T S Bush...

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 February 1909

+ a f r t Page SbTHEWINCHESTER NEWS > i j The RoundUp i iA Romance of Arizona Novelized From Edmund Days Melodrama 4 4 By JOHN MURRAY jssd MILLS MILLER I Copyright 1908 by G W Dillingham Co I I 4 006 0 0 + 1 OA C tA + t rv + C4 r Slim entered the canyon at the head e f the scouts driving the Apaches be fore him Both Jack and Dick had Ilea Across the bodies a wave of the battle flowed ofI Once the Indians rallied but so sudI den was the attack so irresistible the forward dash of the cavalrymen that they became discouraged and broke and fled toward their horses with the soldiers in pursuit Slim hurried to Dicks side seeing he was the worst hurt As he knelt beside Btm the dying man opened his eyes and smiled Leaning over him Slim Beard him gently whisper Tell her I Know she was true and not to mind With a deep sigh his eyelids flut red and all was still The scouts had taken charge of Jack who was uncon scious and bleed ing freely Fromthespring the fighting had drifted south = ward F...

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 February 1909

711 tl < < THE WINCHESTER NEWS i xy r iPajevlft h v z r U fttALLY WORTH LISTENING TO Oldc Iecordi i iThe Turners were among the early Settlers of Buckfield They were of a sturdy wellbuilt goodlooking race x > f people They had good farms and brought up large families One of f them Capt Joseph Turner was an auctioneer and a leader in local enter Arises ArisesThere There was a barn raising in the Tl clmity and Capt Turner was boss of the job Those old frames were most ly heavy timber and were put together and pinned beforehand so that the Whole broadside or end was raised at a time It took 20 men or more with spikes to raise the section Roland Foster and Boardman Faunce sat near by telling big stories iIabout the product of their cows They i were both noted throughout the town ior telling awful whoppers Finally Uncle Roland said What I am going to tell you now Is the truth Mr Prance said What I am going to tell emu is the truth also Theboys had got one broadside boat half way...

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 February 1909

r a h I1ri e EJwt ThE WINCHESTER NEWS 1 VOTE FUNDS TO PAY FOR PROBE V i Ioise Passes Woods Bi = part isagu Measure H BEAN STARTLES SENATE Offers to Withdraw Bill Amending Rose Option Law If Saloonkcepers J Character Measure Is Taken From Temperance Committee Proposi tion Rejected and Bill Is Recommit ted House Passes Drastic Measure f to Punish Bootleggers fa Columbus 0 Feb 18By a unan imous vote the house passed the Woods bill appropriating 25000 for a probe of state departments and in stitutions by Governor Harmon who is to appoint a board of two one from each of the leading parties Any amendment offered by Judge Winters the Democratic floor leader providing that the investigators are not to be subject to confirmation by the senate was defeated by a vote of 50 to 59 Liquor legislation figured largely in the sessions The house temperance committee reported for passage they Christ bill to prohibit the sale ofp liquor in dry districts This is theo measure of the AntiSaloon league des...

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. — 19 February 1909

s < 4r i 1 Y Eastdition jJ bonfL + w + W l i r LARGEST CIRCULATION i 0 IN WlNGHESTER AND c CLARK COUNTY HE > WINCIlESTn NEWS t VOL 1 NO 110 WINCHESTER KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY r 19 109 < 2 CENTS i COPY 10 CENTS A WS AUTOMOBILE GARAGE WILL BE I OPENED IN CITY IMMEDIATELY 1 Mf Venard Given Has Rented Bean Orders Old Carriage Shop On > < Lexington Am And Will Be Ready In parch i I I y > i Mr Venard Owens formerly of this cifgfbut now of Mt Sterling completed all arrangements Thurs day for the opening of an automobile garage in this city The garage will be located a fc the Boon Brothers old < carriage shop on Lexington avenue Work will begin at once on making the necessarv changes on the building j c r tAFflS MADE I k > MASTERMASON I I Distinguished Lodgemen Are Present at Ceremony Pays Tribute to Father + > Cincinnati 0 Feb 19 William H > = Taft presidentelect of the United s States is a master Mason The im I pressive eremony which brought him that distinction w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester news. — 19 February 1909

A I t 1 r < j D i > 11 f < 4 > ll Q Jt t t 0 i I 2fPage 2r = t > 11 I NOBODY LOVES A FAT MAN 1 COPYRIGHT I909BY THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION u11 A One Sided omptaintI This is the seventeenth time Ive seen < you before me In the dock said magistrate Ipoking at a prisoner sternly Yes For eight years now Ive seen you sitting in the chair but Ive never I thought of complaining about IU re plied the prisoner reproachfully Lon I don Telegraph I Mixed Praise CostomerrrWhy thought you call ed rim the colt OstlerSure ycr honor and thats the name hes had for the last twenty years and hf sticks to it like a respectable baste c the same as yourself London Punch fThe Shell Tell You Tell me said the lovesick youth whats the best way to find out what a ° woman thinks of you Marry iiern replied Peckharj promptly Philadelphia Press t The Cause Wlf nS WiUat vtwas the matter I tbotigfrt ycm would tbreair down the IKHMK vHtcibiuadcr dreamed I wag trying to put on my cloth esJn the u...

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 February 1909

Fiirt t c 10 T THE WINCHESfERNEHI P2M 1hru p THEERICAN fir William A Radford will answer questions and give advice FREE OF COST on all subjects pertaining to the subject of building for the readers of this paper On account of his wide expe rience as Editor Author and Manufac turer he Is without doubt the highest authority on all these subjects Address all inquiries to William A Radford No 1M Fifth Ave Chicago III and only onlyenclose Many house details that were for merly considered superfluous are now receiving careful planning in detail by architects In fact architects are com plaining that the many small house d tal1s run into so much extra work and eat up so much more time than the old style structure work that an Increase of fees must follow Men who formerly charged five per cent on thecost of a building are now getting n and ten per cent Not only are the different rooms pjamfed more carefully and the parti tions fitted with ventilating flues sound deadeners and the new win dow...

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 February 1909

r < T t TiiTL < < I It u < fJtr S > 1 f Jt t t tdL l J 1 t tatf J IDe Foilr > z1crt l V i 1 itHE = WINCHESTER NEWStIr r 8 THE WINCHESTER HEWS r 1 An Independent Newspaper I Published by The Winchester News Cd > Incorporated f Office South Main Street Winchester Kentucky x v Daily Except Sunc aYe > Entered as secondclass matter November 28 1908 at the post office I it Winchester Kentucky under the lit of March 3 1879 ofSUBSCRIPTION SUBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier Delivery JDtily one year 520 due week 10 Payable at office or to collector r ery week Mail Delivery silo year 300 Tis months 150 iriae month 25 Payable in advance ADVERTISING RATES Display Per Inch JDne time any edition 25 JCkree times within one week 50 T Jae week continuously 100 0ne calendar month 300 3Four weeks four times a week 240 our weeks three times a week 380 Four weeks two times a week 120 JTomr weeks one time a week 75 Time discounts3 months 10 per 2 t 6 months 25 per cent one ijrear 33 13 per...

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