"Former Governor William J. Northen expresses himself as follows: "My first suggestion is that all homes should be made miniature arsenals, at least to the extent of one good Winchester and one good pistol; that women be allowed to carry weapons upon their persons, concealed, if so desired, and that they be taught the use and handling of firearms, so that they may become their own protectors in the absence of the husband and master of the house."
[The Evening Bulletin, Maysville, Ky., Tuesday, April 25, 1899. Volume XVIII. Number 131. Pg. 1]