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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 26 April 1900

t r < J A > t THE BEE EARLINGTCW KYa t t jiLOCOMOTIVE BLASTS i 11 r Section foreman PenUergast lo J + dated at Bobnrds was called here 1 thisweokby death of a relative i tji Uhbugh It rained nearly all day t last Monday Supervisor Sullivan I with section crews laid one mile of KelleystIC tIC tICThe past week the traffic on the Hehderson division has been very heavy In one day alone there were I five hundred cars moved on the n rth and south end from Earling ton tonIt It is indeed a true saying That it is an ill wind that blows nobody t tgood and was fully exemplified Instveek when tho gront food of the Southern Mississippi caused thous ands of dollars worth of freight to bo transported by the L N Company instead of the Mobile Ohio and the Illinois Central ns contracted for but the last named roads wore dam aged by high water and unable to handle the freight promptly Hundreds of cars of bananas wero rushed north over this division last Week and for n time the company f was taxe...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 26 April 1900

i1II 1 r v r T T ok 0 I J iTHE BEE EARLMTON KY LOUISVILLE REUNION NOTES p V United Confederate Veterans Making > > Great Preparations r j J Ool Will S Hays is composing the vords and music of a song ta and chorus entitled cOomcn KunninV The words are illa t negro dialect and the music sim ple full of life and rich with L plejfull melody It is to be Bung by 100 colored peoplemen and women y who will be trained by Ool t Hays on the occasion of the Oon federate gathering here accom panied by iv full military brass r band Jt is said to be one of 001 i Hays best efforts and will no t doubt prove a pleasing feature in entertaining the confederates The ColOnel also proposes to I have from 1000 to 5000 people Accompanied by two or more brass bands sing My Old Keli tucky Home under his direc tionI Oapt J H Oroxton of Win t Chester Ky has offered to try to gather the old command of 1 Morgans Men at the coming Reunion in Louisville May 80Juno 8 Moran advance guard was organized at Knox v...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 26 April 1900

cry tM r 4 + + tWY nryw yq y i THE BEE EARLJNGTO KY r > R M 4 hk 1t L t a t rCLQj OtSLr 0 PAUL M MOORE Editor and Publisher < SUBSCRIPT 4 N BATES J Oho Ycnr i 1 00 l Six Months r 0 w Three Months 25 tfBihglo Coplosioo G I > Specimen copies mailed free on ap plication I iy Correspotidcntswnutod h11 C11 part y q aft lie county Address us for par IticUlars f A > 1 THURSDAY APRIL 26 1900 V > DR Will P Ross of Madison i vile has yielded to the demands of his friends and yesterday J y H agreed to announce himself a < candidate to represent the Re r publican party at the National Convention in Philadelphia W I are glad to make this announce t mont If Dr Ross wins the die J i trict will bo well represented V There is no more deserving Re publican > nor more thorough gen tleman in the district j > HERE is a rather unique ordi < nanco passed by the city of Mad isonville which will not tend to make any smoother the rather stony path of the walking dele k l gate in Ho...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 26 April 1900

ti THE BEE EARLINE TON KY I i K LOCAL SEWS A son of Mrs John Purnoll is ill f y witirtonBllftis this week i 111t t with la grippe for tho past week if1Irs Delia McGnry wont to Con tral pity last week 10 visit Fine lsltllnof lik Sir 0 C Rnmbn Madisonvllle was hero Monday on business ot the Metropolitan Insurance Company The Methodist prayermooting was not hold Tuesday night because of tholllness of ueveral lending mom bers and thoir families T P Wocjjon fell family arc hav ing a siege af la grippe measles and other allmfhts and are hoping for bright weather to help dissipate tllsslpatctlioir their Ills i f Chas EglolT has reoclvod word that his daughter Loulso was mar ried on January 81sr at Cincinnati Q and will make her fnttiro home in Chicago ChlcngoThe The holiness mooting is Still hold ing1 its sessions at Assembly Hall every morning afternoon and night The attendance at the night meet ings is large Rev G W Lyon pastor of the M E Church South at Madlsonvlllo has gone from homo t...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 26 April 1900

V > ij r A i trs rrwc n 0 YP frr G I fI n IIItz y It r NE SEE E A RLiNGTUN KY I MORE CANNED ROAST BEEI MakeI t K t > J tic Use of Refrigerated Beef tff Impracticable I li t if t it L CATTLE ON THE HOOF NOT AVAILABLE t i IF > NAncturn Will Therefore lie Made l i if to tho Hue of Canned HoiiMt flee f lint Slceal preenutlon Will hc ti i t + V < Taken to Secure Only Deer of the I b 4 1 i frlit J Y w 1 g t 11 r 3 Washington April 21Wnr depart cpnrtJt I F rf resort to the use of canned roast bet for > 1 for the subsistence of the army in r the Philippines This is due to the fact Wji t > that it is absolutely essential that thi fEoltJiers shall be served with fresh 1 rment and because of the impossibility I ifof providing refrigerated beef or cat J t i tie on the hoof under existing condlI It tlous e Conditions Have Changed When the bulk of the army was lo iI l X cased near the seashore and at easily 1nclessiblc points there was no dim I j culty in providing them with fre...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 26 April 1900

riT TT I 1 f J THE BEE EARLIWGTON KY 1 I Searchlight 4 2 04U 04UKlatawah Klatawah 3 2o534 Alclaytara18672Owned Owned by McManama Bro iL One hundred and thirtytwo broth ersand sisters in 230 list Blood Bay ° Stallion 16 4 hands ylig sI250a Alcantara 1 < 729 223 I Sn1orSntr ot1 t Moth Milfer 2 Ji Ole sea 2 15 Haven 210 Alar 211 Sir Alcantara Lightning 211 Konselaer Wilkes 0 a 210 J Bn old Wilkes 212 0 211 Arena 211 Alcinta 211 Miss Alice 218 Melvyn 211 Adna Oook 212 Attractive 211 Million 218J Allen Lowe 212 Alicante 215 Chronos 212 Alhambra 21H Foggy 218 Olesa 215 Nightingale Autograph 210 0 218 Leonatus 217 217l Allegro2111 Janey21I Also 8iro of 102 Janey2141 Oscar L 214imore in the Roscoe 2141 280 list FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE It twat Coiuraunlratoa to American cattle Prow An Argontlue Herd Mt Ueptford B1r r ICY Fisher minister of agriculture received n cablegram from Lord Jstratliconn Canadian high tcoimuts jstoner in London stating that the foot and mouth disease discovered in A...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 26 April 1900

r4 c i I r y 1 vc1 LL J > 1 < r rfr C > < I p It J 7 7 f tJlf 1t f < THE BEE EKRLINETaW v KY f1 t G I Y j rtJ J TR tXDAY SCHOOL T f1t LESSPN Ji SECONb = QUARTER INTER ACTIONAL SERIES APRIL 20 ti aTextLor the Lftxot > Lake vll IS28 Memory VcrntiH 2U 3 Golden Text Matin vli arc lIIlIIltnr1 Prepar kctf by the Rev D 31 Sciiriix fCopytljdt ICJS by D il Steams J SteamsIi shewed hlt LJt nil those things The harmonics think thnt the order of events in tills chaptcif la the historical order that after t the tie l1l1pg of the centurions servant till widows sou vns raised and then the lIntJ01111 John henrd in tin prison tho works of Christ This first vorse bt our lesson tells how lu heard and suggests to all disciples of Christ to be ever telling His i wondrous works Are you so glad that jibu have heard that you with nil your yourhltrtwtlut heart want others to hear those in the prisons those in he8lrott darkness heldnllmCssip 19 20 Art Thou lid that should come or look we fo...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 3 May 1900

1 c if Jill 1i J f 1 d 7j ihe ffi A rAi i I 121r J c j1t I t t f j ri Ii t J < J i i StffyiawjMw i 8 awjMwU a r f rNOUSTRY W T 4i 4 r f ETEVENTH YEAR E ARLINGTON HOPKINS COUNT KENTUCKY i THURSDAY MAY 3 190O c N017y jf HOPKINS COUNTY V REPUBLICANS t t T J Instruct tor Dr Will ft Ross for National J 1 Delegate fjom This District t 0 f DISTRICT AND STATE DELEGATE NAMED i t t ImtructJonrGjvcn for lion W 0 Bradley and Albert S White From StateE y a tE OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF MEETING f 1 1 Pursuant to the published calls ftof the district and county com I 1JJ raittees the Republicans of Hop t kins county laot in a delegate 1 s county convention at the court c house in Mndisonville Ky Mon t day afternoon April 80 1000 tI 2 oclock Elmo Convention was called to I order by County Chairman John B Harvey The names of Dr J T AV Gardiner and Will P f Scott were placed in nomination for temporary b llirmanTho t vote was taken by a division of t the house t R Cardwell and E Dr AV K Nisbetwere ap...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 3 May 1900

n 7S J I I 1 I THE BEE EAR LIN GTON KY f jk 0 11 7 J j2 J > V t IfiOCOMOTIVE BLASTS i ij Stf gniigius efforts arp put forth by Lridiroftd companies to prevent per sons from stealing a rule on their trains Yet in spite of all they can do mon arc found riding under the caliQn the trucks on top of passon ger coaches under the pilot of the engine In fact every place where one can conceal himself Such being f the case Is it any wonder that acci denfs happen Some of these unwel come travelers become bold and iu I solent and Often refuse to Us ten Wa pblite nvitatlon of the trainmen to L get off and the result is that force is quite often used to put ouch fellows off Last week a case of this kind occurred when a darkey was trying to bent his way and the trainmen tfpto compelled to put him off but fro vas determined to ride and in the attempt to again board the train k one Of his feet was caught under a wheel nnd his heel badly crushed find other injuries received The rlpl > let 11tnn...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 3 May 1900

11Ilit T I 1 i 4 i g 1 L 1 c 0 THBE RLaTQN KY tp J t j I The Smaller Gift I L A thousand times to comb short of the mark p the high callIng and yet to I Jiavo courage Is a npujp result > tth unbr 1 n WUl musbbe de to dod I It wo arc not frustrated a thousand J k time Y e have no stre gthThebuc a klr Is brightened by scouring tho sword la sharpened by grinding To attain courage Is a nOble achievement to sink down into Ump eu and inver I tebrato acceptance of the thing called fate to bo a moral jellyfish Instead of a highly organized human being with I bold power of realstanco and do fiance is to be abhorrent to God So the little sheaves arc all bound Into one sheaf of mans performance which as a whole Is sublime The great man humanity needs all Its little parts God J1e ds them all The defective the erring still are parts still in some way subserve and the destiny of the Indi i vidual is lifted up and ennobled by the I thought of the whole and God working I In and moving and inspir...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 3 May 1900

4 I f rI i THE BEE > t EARLlNBtQfr KY 0 4J f o r j 11 > r i f CZ IBee 1 PAUL MMOORE Editor and Publisher t1 1dt l M HI n i 1 SBSCRIPTION RATES RAlESto to t r > r > Ono Year 18p 100 + Six Months v 0 0 O ThreoMonthsF 0 25 I Single Coplesj 5 SpecImen copies mailed free on ap plication rJ i Correspondents wanted in ° nil parts 1 i tot the county Address us for par t tI culara Il r 1 < 1THURsDAY THURsDAY MAY 3 1900 1 f i t IT 1s said that a movement is oil foot to bring Admiral Dewey f out as a presidential candidate on the gold standard Democratic ticket THE Supreme Qourt Will assem ble for the purpjase of handing down decisions May 14 and 21 and a decision in the guberna I torial case is expected on one of these days T t JUDGU OANTRILL has granted a change of venue in the Goebel as sassination cases alleging as his reason the presence of the milt r tiaiiri Frankfort It seems well f I for the accused whom the people tFof Kentucky generally do not be f lieve to be guilty t...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 3 May 1900

< p c 4 I l q 1 t + THE BBfe EM L INC UON KY P > LOCALNEws7 J r 1 V The HonklnB County White Toaoli v ors Institute will begin July 80Hi J In Macilsonvi1h f tl V O f i JpBonh Morgan1 Of Mortons Gap I X 3f had a VaUmblo Jersey cow killed by1 w < la train last Thursday v u 1 i i n L t i > i j v Circle nipetincr was hold at tho l t JJaptlst Church In Madlsonvillo lAst jt 1 l V Saturday and Sunday WA Nisbot and P D Hamsoy t nainsoyt tlmo this week for Hot Springs i SpringsArk Ark whoro they will spend several weeks I J tJ1 ° BoVH fvuittlnghlU and Price hofor I r yostortliiy to hear UOJ N tTH I r r who preached at tho Missionary Bap tidt ahurohif n < ltl Walter S McGvry is having anew residence erected oil v Main street r near the residence of T RBrown lvQt t addition to that part of our town 1 Dr HM Dub se General Ep worth Lon uo Secretary of tho DI u E Church South and One of the a loading lights in that church will f bo here during the District Confer onCe which will be...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 3 May 1900

4 I I II L 1 I 4 C I 1hEl3EE EARL1P1TQNKY J 3 iJo t i < c s DEWE DAYIN1CHICAGO I 4 1 tf J r 1 J 1IL Celebration of thV < S cond Anniver t 11 snry or4e Naval Battle 1 f 1qf Manila Bay 1 i 4k A GRAND MILITARY AND CIVIC PARADE 1 Mri1 f Mri1M r w j Snltllcrx of Three War SntloVn Who li < tStoOll Dehlnil the Gunrt In the Y j V Great IJntllc nutl IVumcroun Clvi c Clvit 0 Honor to the Naval Hero fl v > < i Chicago May 2 Yesterdays cele F y J brat lon tliC first in America ut which 1 Adnilral George Dewey could be pres m IV Sent on the nnniversary of the battle i 1 t f Manila bay wnS worthy of thtrQ t nous victory 1 I r I r I J rvfYA ii ADMIRAL GEORGE DEWEY Admiral Reviewed the 1nrnilc h From n raised and beautifully dcc crated lids in the grand stand crtcted on the Jacljson boulevard aide of the i J n w federal building the ndmirnl re viewed the parade in which nearly a t hundred different military and civic 3 stajR S R participated and which included veter 1Qtrf f nnR of th...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 3 May 1900

V 6e 7 r q f < I 1 or j 1 c 1 9 t V 1 j y w > raw i 9THE BEE J EARMNGTOR KY to w SlarchJllh 42 o4U i I Klatawah 32 05 Atolaylaral8672Owned Owned by McManama Bros One hundred and thirty two Iprpth > ersand sisters in 2 130 list Blood Bay Stallion i64 hands weighs > 1250 By > c I T f t ral u729223v f < < v Snui017 r SniFApif Moth jiiller 2Q7i Ql6ssa < 215 Raven e 110 AlnrVs211 Sir Alcantara u Lightning 211 < V > 210J Rensolaer Wilkes Bayard AVilkes 212 2411 Arena 211f Alcinta21H Miss Alice 2181 Kelvyn2UIT Adun Cook 212 Attractive 211f Mi111on218 I Allon Lowe 212 Alicante 0215 Ghronos 212 Alltnm bro 214 214iFoggy I Nightingale Autograph 210 I 1Y i I 218k Leonatus 217i i Pallotte218i Nimrod 217 109J Oscar L 2l4 jmore in the Roscoo 2 14i A280 list IRoscoe vJ ELI PERKINS DOWN SOUTH 1 Gets Strange Admissions from a Dyed in the Wool Democrat The other day says the Louis ville Commercial Eli Perkins was introduced to Judge Scottan old dyedinthewool Kentucky Kent...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 3 May 1900

T 7 S uuuu T L q 1 1 L I Atl I f r f tt J f ff l e l j r I a i 1 zi3E BEE EX tLYlUf3fi0 t1r < t r I R t diU r 1 > n y1 I a1ff THE SUNDAY SCHOOL h w TESSION iVI SECOND QUARTER INTER q NATIONAL SERIES MAY 6 it tr t ri UWost of the IjCMMOht Mn < Jj xi 2030 Meisary VvrNciu U > 8OCodcn Text VJ Math xl Commentary Prepared M < tiy the Uev Di Stearns N XlCopyrlght 1500 by D JJ Stearns ji 20 VThcii began He to upbraid the Cities wherein most of Ills mighty works Were done because they repented not c We God the word upbraid only In two < other places in the New Testament In J fMirk xvi 14 He upbraided then with their unbelief and in Jns 1 5 Ho gircth Isdon to all who ask npcl upbraldeth m t not But the same word b translated t rirelIe and reproach in Math v 11 t r i Mark xv 32 I Pet h14 < etc He never t UilrnIcls the penitent or the seeking but J only the hypocrites and the unbelieving 1 His mighty works were the works of > God as He testified The Father that sr dwellc...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 10 May 1900

i i T T r III4 ii p 4 I j FpAP14 4 4I 1 t 1 t w fA 1ii j IELEVENTH ELEVENTH TEAR EARLINGTON HOPKINS COVNTYI KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 10 1900 II818 w EXPECT DEMOCRATIC HELP riiiplnoi Place All Their Hopes jn Dem bcralic Triumph af the PrcsN dentlal Election t 4 e > Cerrtipdndent > of a Paris Paper Throw light r on Agulnaldos Allies Expected Help I from Bryan Jmd Democrats Responsible for Killing of American Soldiers r Original If INSURRECTION LES IHIMPPINK Paris 1 avril Duno letter ad dressee do Manll ml 161 foVrlef an journal lo Temps nous extrayoufi Ics passage sul vnntat vnntatOn salt iu Aguinaldo croy r ant sos enemies 4 t Butisf aits dolours i succeo durant In snison soche oc tobro novembro decombrfr fit dog ouverturos do pix qui furont non seuloirrtmt rcpus sees avec hauteur Inul oncoro aveo menace do traitor on robollos los f fjoldats rngals qui tomboralont ontrolaiirs mains AguihaTdbf nlors dans ion ord S fit commesll 11 cenclaltHcsparti sans malls on Heurdomnant BO crelmo...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 10 May 1900

13 r w J r ht t j1 1 1IrIt I l r IT l 1 t Pr1il r r d 1 vc IJ i j r r i 4i 0 THE BEE HARLINGTOlSi KY < u e I 7 JJ 11Jf l 1 4 i < Ih L I w i I I J r f DOWN IN THE MoN ESr J I Ij t f tif Tho EvansvIlle News has allowed Y i itself to be duped by printing this r t < y false statement from Agitator Wood > which We here publish in full Fol n lowing this article you will find an j able comment by a friend who evi + dently knows Wood and his tactics + a when ho goes begging for alms for 1 those he has rendered poor and notedc 1 c ILM Worker or saloon hangeron + is given a severe rebuke James D Wood of Central City + Ky president of the Kentucky Dis 1 trict No 23 organization of the United Mine Workers of America is in the city on business connected with the organization uln conversation with a News re I x sf porter this mornlhg Mr Wood said + I have been here since Monday eve evej I r Central Labor Union of this city to r solicit aid for our minors in the Earl tington district I...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 10 May 1900

j I r + r < j i 1 I I n > 1 < HE BEE BAKLIlStef NKY i it PERSONAL 1 > Elder I H Tool fill d 1ils regular appointihont at Nobo last Sunday IJl S JK Taylor of Eoh ls Ky 2 fci spout Sunday and Monday with friends her o < 1 VE Bourlahdpaid relatives hero ashort visit last week Joo Toy has boon visiting relatives in Henderson county J So Toy was In Eva 1svllle on business Saturday L VV RIco and wife loft Monday for Muhlonborg county to visit a sis ter of Mr Rice whols very sick Misses Nannie and Eillo Stokod WQro In Mndlsonvljlo shopping Fri day Mrs Alma Haofor spent Tuesday In Madisonvillo MadisonvilloMrs i Mrs C H McGafy visited Mrs r Ed MoLbod In Madisonvillo Tues 11 I day Mr and Mrs Sidney Moore of Madisonvillo vIsited friends here J last week Mr and Mrs Lon Voazoy visited ysltodI I relatives In the country last week Mrs W D VIse and little Miss t Edna wont to Nashville Monday to I spend several days with friends J Mrs Arthur Colo has returned from a visit to friends i...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 10 May 1900

I i It G 1S V r C V44 < < rI4 + irtJ uwenV44 b IJ II l I 1 t > f t hwl lI Ii 1 THE JBEEi EAl LINGTQNIKY 1 < J I1l r JiV VUI 1 ir Ci I l Bee i PAUL M MOORE Editor and Publisher i r 4 SUBSCRIPTION RATES l R One Year 100 < SlxM onthsv g co Throq Months 20 cot + 1 Ht Single Copies apTiay ay plication > f CofrSllontlents wnilted in nllpartl rof thp county AddrosS us for par i > Yr < f thJ l i f 1 THURSDAY MAY 10 190l to flu WILL P Ross 1 election for nat itional convention twent through without a bobble ExGby BRADLEYs mtgtifl 1 itt fight for civil lib rtyia r rtyiaiQ e quarter And lift gives noqua li ter to the enemies of fholjailpt i ri 1 THE lying corrospondenti of the yellow newspaper continues to 1 hound Governor Tayloivat every turn and to mftnufrfcture thej i most sensational reports his J imagination can concoct One of these days a Goblin will get him I i Iif he dont look out t tIN 1895 Senator Hoar said speaking of the tree planted by t the first American ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 10 May 1900

1c n 1 = < 1J THE BEE EARLIMBTOW KY I i LOCAL NEWS 0 iTho Barnes hotel at Sdbroo Was destroyed by Jlro last Friday night r vvilfs Carrlo Arnold who has boon quite ill for some titrio is improy itnproying Rev J A Burden preached at tho General Baptist church last Sunday night I Karl tfanson tho Swedish actor cntertnlne n 1tislzed audience of JEarllngton people last Monday night teto Davis Jr has developed into quite a fisherman Ho rarely over goes fishing without bringing homo 5 stringTbf fish Leo Cozart is putting a now stock of furniture and cofllns in the build ing formerly usiedby WJ3 Brain ham as a restaurant Rov GK W Lyon pastor of the Madisonvillo Methodist church has f returned from Now York whore ho attended tho Ecumenical Confer once Electric lights are bolngjint in the Christian church This vill bo con duclvo to comfort as well nscduvoni ohco Bro reel smiles and pushes forward r v 4J < i Into Madisonvillo Steam Iaundry Ms started tip again Mr Tritehott till tho manag...

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