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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky reporter. — 22 March 1902

rI r t I j fiiai I r I Clt1 I t W IJ I I 1I i I to f I 1 llJlfi u tf 7 F r i 11 of A It iit wL iMlrrth rww + I L t tr b r1 M J i 1 KENTUCK I REPORTER11 i l1 r J Vol2 No 28 OWENSBORO KENTUCKY MARCH 22 1902 Every Week in the YearI li It I LEGISLATURE i i Adjouns After Passing One rr S 1 Hundred aid Thirty i Measures t r I Redlslrlctlho Bill Failed to Del o Throuoh Either House Harmonu Prevailed Throughout and all Return Home Jubilant I Fiunltfort Iy March 21 1 Tlio Liglsiitturo which hits jiut idjiHirnail lad ititiotliuecl Into both the Houses seven luirdrcd thirty bill Of f tills number 478 wiMo introduced In the House und 252 Illthu Semite Only oho hundred and thirty of them i ynce led In passiiiK both branch esiind now await the signature of tho Governor to become haws The most important nve tho m Revenue bill increasing the tax I jrlLto tlio Capitol appropriation clause was stricken out so frank fort will have no new capitol for u while The bills of appropria buns amount to about ...

Publication Title: Kentucky Reporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky reporter. — 22 March 1902

r 15 i L r 1 KEMTDGKY REPORTER I 1WO W MHM Street PUBLJHSED EVERY iATUR DAY R T Berry Editor G W Berry Manager IUlhlChlttTtON 1tAT1td year in advance II II II 1I1J t t meatks In advance 60 i u Clarke la advaaca II II II 1 f I Boata la advance ra 1 y HlngU copltt MI 1111x1111 Nt p Tke Reporter la noted to tae Po litical Religious EducAtloaal Hull In duitrlal Interest of the Negro We publiah notice of 1lrtha mar rlagee death church and aoctct en tArtalnmtatfl Ir Subscribers changing their p intofflce I addrttt mart notify the publisher or inscription will be collected Just the iianeResolutions Resolutions and other matters of per aonal Intercat will 1 be charged for at t regular advertising rate Entered at the postofflce In Owens oro as secondclass mall flatter All articles for publication tnuit save the writer signature SUBSCRIBER LookHead 1 1 LookU HeadI I I If therein a cross In UiiKsq IUIe 1 I t remit your subscriptioni I 1 TAKi NOTION I subscribers you will please pay i no money ...

Publication Title: Kentucky Reporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky reporter. — 22 March 1902

1 i i 1 1114 1w lIP 1ff II fI I I I > I f t 1JV ttr L t PINIONALt J c uJIUUUUNSUS uJIUUUUNSUSIlles lssEva Wood hrts roturno from Prlttbton where ulits WII8 t 1 I callctt to the bedsldo of lml I mother tltov t S E Smith IIIIH iu iiiiii d jrom Washington 1i 1 i Miss Hall iluwull returned tu i Mttcuo Sunday Misses Lorclt loft Snlurduy lVl < their iiottto Hi Ohlli r 1Mks Oleva McOlaln hits reiui 1 ud from an extended visit hi Luulli villa Mr Bob Sherman Is nick with I rheumatism rheumatismKov sissy S W Porter roturnud WtlJ iiusduy from Livenmore WIIUlt I lie tilled the stand of Rev Ueed Misses Nellio Smith and Mag gilt Morton of Calhoun IJ1LIiud through the citv last Friday eu route to LoulBvllle from Evan 16 J vllleMrs Mrs Ellen Hunter has move to her old home on Sweeny sues Mrs L Anderson is quite Hick The little infant of Mrs Ellui i Hunter U quite sick Little Emma B Buckner is no better betterMiss Miss Ever Parker is still on the sick list Mr L A Johnson has loft the city this...

Publication Title: Kentucky Reporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky reporter. — 22 March 1902

i J 1i µ i r RE lBN 114 O i I 1 Civil r ScvLe Coinniissbrei t r Rodcnberg to Go Into f Politics J fkShlp Jtijsldu Dill HasBoei Ii I i ThJ Torte of the Senate The Past Week The Free Deliv ru Bill Provlds a f Sokrj of SGOO for Rural Carriers It I WASHINGTON March 21 1 Ouo or the must inKiruatliij ± I tiJhtHof tilt purit Week in tin 5 I I city IUH boon the liitiinuiiiini l of the UHiilnjr fiictloiw of tin 1 lUpiiblicun t member of t Ij uI I HOIIJMJ of Kunruriutiuitivu till l j energy with which the Dealt niocrutH ill the Semite Imvo 1t neweil lilt ugltutiun hi favor if till election of Senators by popu i I A d lur Vale null the rulltiiiition l byI I I the SiMiiito of Hague treaty fin j I niuhited tit the Hague Peuee CVit ference mid by which it is hoped i I to inaUe warfare more liunmui While the term + of ugveinont I i between the beet sugar liepuulU cans UH they linve come to be I culled and the Republican or ganizutUm of the Housu hove not been mniouiiced it is believ ed that tley f...

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