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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 5 July 1900

y r a 0 y t t iV i i I Ld V Ji rJ it i > THE BEE EARUNstotsi KY 0 jp < r ttLOCOMOTIVE 7 BLASTS tt n m nu 1 Last Sunday while train No C2 Was passing a point nearMaplewood ah unknown man waS seen on track iv short distance ahead and hearing the train he stepped from track but just its engine was near him staggered beck so that the engine struck him vonhehead and he was Instantly = killed SkilledI indeed was tho result of a quar rel between two of the Henderson division brakemen at Guthrie last Thursday and the result was that one of them lay A corpse the next day So far as we have been able to learn the two mOlt had a quarrel j several weeks ago and from that time on bad feeling existed between them broughtt t upon the above named day by Will Dickens who began we are told by men who were present cursing and abusing W Dishou who tried to I persuade him not to do so but Dick ens kept it up and Dishon becom iIWtrecl of the abuse struck him n th fliceand Dickens who was afinedtwlth...

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

I1 v U 1 TT T t I > i L rr D1 1 ThE BEE EARLIGTO lJRYJ 1 ° r lolL c n St CharleS News < F B Harris of Morton wAS here laatMonday JRul WooilrulT CaijjoudalQ vaa hi town last Sunday t I > Mils Ida Ofraliiinx has returned 1 w frotii a vJlIft to Dawson Springs i i i JJr andMrs Thomas Robinson of I Earlingtdii sponl a couple of days hbro with relatives last week Miss Maggie mid Miss Mary Jones s Hopklnsvllle arc visiting Mrs B Crutch flold t Miss Ophelia Davis and Mr L D f Cat were hero last Monday looking Jaftei the public school Wouridor ftand they are to bo our teachers again this year IDonJa 1lu H Balcer who lives oil L Lt alarm about two and ahalf miles V south of this place died lastweek andvas buried near his home A toreoze of exditotqont was started hero last Sunday night about 8 i oclock Avhen it was learned that the Jimmio > train had broken loose io from its standing place on a heavy S grade above the coal tipple and was coming through town at a lively rote I Matt ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 5 July 1900

l o r toe I a J J THEB E SAf LiNGTUN KY t I r J 1 rf CLJ r j e Publishert t I JX Ji rSI x = = = 4I I f y SUBSCRIPTION RATES a 1j iff I One Year lw to SixMonths 60 r VSf v ThreeMonths 2u M Single Copies 6 r fri l t > Specimen copies mailed freo on np i M plication S + Correspondents wanted in nil parts < f v of the county Address ns for par titularsIt Vl y Telephone No 12 1 v > i THURSDAY JULY 5 1900 r f ANNOUNCEMENTS EBREEWe are authorized to announce Hon S E G Sebree of Henderson county as a can r dd te for the nomination for Congress from the Second Congressional District subject to the t action ot the Republican party i w fi DURING April May and June r this year there were established in the South 775 new industries against 483 for the same period p in 1898 This is more than two to one in favor of 1900 i 1 j IT will take live or six months iro tabulate the census returns bX y a special electric machine and not d J1r until this count has been made ican the official figure...

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

1 C r p t r 11 ll Hi 1 i THE EBB BARLIMBTON KYJ i > LOCAL NEWS I4 j yn u Vj < 0ii Account of the rain and nlud 11 ythero wore no services ftt file M E ij Church South Sunday evening jJOo EvanS Shot and killed Clonn I I Graft at tim formers homo five miles y front Beaver Dam Sunday night Yf Y ° Vill 3 Long has Just received a I now cornpopper and peanut roaster r I and it iiow ready to supply the wants > ioftthe little folks < s b John Loiigstattr George Lomp Will Powell Leo Cozart and Lorn LemL I Y Deshon at Providence Saturday af tornpon i Robert Davenport John PH kinton who were Injured a short time ago in the railroad yards at this place aro getting along nicely and will soon be out again AJY Karl Taylor of Eohols spent rJ night with friends in Earl ington Ho went from hero to Stan ley Ky where he will be engaged s in a meeting for several days r Prof Jngram of Marlon Ky has goon hero for several days making an effort to get up a class in short hand and bookkeeping He...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 5 July 1900

er t W 1k t t TL ErE E SoL 1N GT ON JI III wml m t H 2 KR I t v i A 1 Hell j rme Lfc q HumanIJifSIand Prop f crty Values 1S t1l I TWO HUNDREDMMAH I BEINGS PERISH UB till red jTpf Otlierx Liuiffiilali In Oie YinVigiiA tIu1Iltnbiclt111IVUln ttiiltr IJcyoil Hefictliilloii C M rMiitive 1Jittlnmtcn Plneo the I jIclt Inoe IIt l t1 1fllhm Dol l r Kew York Jilyi The fearful buvoc lo life and ijroperly caused by the fire which brolio out ut flu docks it tho North Gorman Lloyd Co in tioboUcn yesterday cnn not be ap proximated with any decree of certain ty Conservative people who have hnd experience along the docks are of the opinion that more than two hundred Jrcs were lost One of the officers of Ihe 8leamshiplremnsaid today that here were fully two hundred visitors art board the vessel at the time the majority of them being women A boat was lowered from the Hremen itiortly after the nlurm had been given but the craft capsized as it touched the witer and all hands were precipitated mtp thefwa...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 5 July 1900

co j d yw Ar 1tfety lkar elJIs OWloot > JHE SEE EARL I N G T NjKY 1 f H j 1i ti jJ r S rChEhf4204 1 4 Klatlwl 3 20S Ottt Alelaytaray 18672 Ih Owned by McManama Bos i r 1 sr I pryj One hundred and thirtytwo broth lt ers and sisters in 230 list t Oit Blood Bay Stallion i64 hands y weighs 1250 By Alcantara I tp wr r 729 223 SinE Of SniE 010 Moth Miller 07i Olegsa215 211it Sir Alcantara Lightning 211 z r 210 Ronscraer Wilkes t Bayard Wilkest 212 211tAleinta m Alcinta 211 Miss Alice 218 E 218iKelVYJl Attractive 2llUfT glhloR 218 2188I Ohronos 212 < t 1 nl rtli Foggy 218 Ol p 116 Nlghtmgale Aufogr a 13i 218i Leonatus 217i r4 Palletto218 Nimrod 217 Allegro 2141 109Janey Oscar L 214 more m the t Roscoe 214 280 list I t J It It a Volcano t y On Bob Owens farm near 1 Qlenvillo in McLean county there is a phenomenon that is attracting considerable attention and is drawing visitors to it from 1 fmiles away About a week ago on top of < v I i large hill on Mr Owens farm about a half acre...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 5 July 1900

A I I I A i THE BEE ARLINGTON KY I Isei 4 llrE StJNDA YScHOo1i tM i i JLESSON i II THIRD QUARTER INTER rf t NATIONAL SERIES JULV8 x l t li t 1 I J Test of the Lesson John vi 2310 t > M Memory Verses BB37 Golden Text r v e John vl 35 Commcnar Prepared j i l br the Rev D M Stoartim t v Copyright 1900 by D M Steanu > 2224 When the people therefore 4 r saw that Jesus was not therc neither t His disciples they nlso took shipping t i came to Capernaum seeking for Jesus > Ibis was on thu day following the feed t I ing of the 5000 The people had seen tthe disciples go away in the boat and r that Jesus hod got gone with them so H probably expected In the morning to find 1 Him and not finding HIm concluded y that He must have crossed in some other t boat so they also cross the sea seeking Him Y 23 20 Verily verily I say unto you ye < seek Me not because yc saw the mira cles but because ye did oat of the loaves and were filtod In verso 2 we read f that a great multitude followed Hi...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 12 July 1900

rU t c I I t ftii i iz t 1 I X h 1 t V > t t tty br t c j i 0I f I I j 1iiit 0j L J tELEVENTH YEAR EARLINGTQN HOPKINS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 12 1900 I 1 ftN 27 I r u STATE CONVENTION VJ JI RATIFICATION MEETING I I i I Coming Republican Gathering Will Fire the I I > < < First Shot of Campaign Against II l + I TL < L i S Gpebelism j a v y i L I PROMINENt PARTY I MEN CONFERRED 4 Representative Republicans rim Seven Congressional Districts > Decide to Put Up a Winning Fight Speeches Full of r Encouragement Delivered by the Leaders 1 From the Commercial i IIs The republican leaders of the L i state held a large and enthus iastic meeting at the rooms of United States Marshall A D I James yesterday afternoon from 4 2tti 0 oclock during winch time i numerous speeches were made both by republicans and Brown i i democrats hnd the situation in I the several congressional dis tricts discussed Arrangements wore also made to turn the state 4 convention to be held in stnte...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 12 July 1900

f 0 q r 1 j c 0 Oi 1 I 14 I t THE BEE I EARLINBTUlSl KY 1 > t II M theirfie For the next few mouths the uaut ta I t of two men will be often coupled In enthusiastic phrases by Republicans all over the Country They will wave F on banners They will be spoken by political orators bpfore audiences I which will take this as a cue for let ofc ° c c ca applause t These names are McKlnley and f familiart to the people before the Republican no t tional convention The public acts and the careers of both men from their I EbQ PERSONAL SIDE OF THE REPUBLICAN < m REPUBLICANCANDIDATES I l Illig In some way affected by It Mr McKinley seems to bave galucd dig nity of carriage mental poise and gen tleness of banner All throe he had in souse degree before but now as has been said they are distinctive traits They always bespeak the ripened char I acter Perhaps his gentleness Is due to hls kindly domestic relations As is well known he has for many years been the devoted and tenderly solicitous bus...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 12 July 1900

7 pI Ii THEr3J3EE lrrcrTdtJjKY iI PERSONAL Miss Efllo Stoices has returned from Bowling GTCOH whore she has been attending school for sovefal Weeks I r1I Ttel returned Holiday from 1 Tlopklnsvinejwhero lid has been nt ft tending tno Christian Ministers I ItnQtthlS I Marjvlh 6 little daughter of Mr and Mrs VE Boyd haS been very 111 with malarial fever for several days Mrs Y stls quito sick at her jiomo on Moss ayonueS 4 Miss Leila B JJ tin who has been attending school at Bowl ing Green 1 Is expected shome next Saturday Mosdatho3 D V Untstead ril James llycroft wero In MadlsonvlUo Mondn < k Misses Addle and Attto Coombs 1 S1nuItk trri tersvlllo last Monday J < J L Taokcon and wife yjslted rola tlves In Hanson this week I r Bertha Orr is visiting relatives hi t jHeiiderson this week ri Frank BasJi and Frank 0rr were hi Henderson last week i Bryan Hopper vas In Evansville t uunaiiy uunaiiyGoo Goo iV Bash and family visited relatives hero Monday afternoon M sTD Walker was quite si...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 12 July 1900

r r 11 w THS EIS rLINGTONJKV rf Jr r l t ee rrr Publlsa her t a 1 t YtMOORr WndUbll J i 1 r SUBSCRIPTION RATES i 1 i i t 1 hi I 4 < Ono Yearr 41 00 s > SiqDlohthst 50 1 Vf < Three Months > i 25 I 25V Specimen copies mailed free on np i d plication ktk Correspondents wanted in ml parts i v of the county Address us for par h tioulars v tlJi No 12 a f fTelephone ft f u9dw > I I rrfli1 = u u9dr THURSDAY JULY 12 1900 r 9tI = 9tc 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS < j EUREE Wo are authorized to announce Hon S EG Seoree of Henderson county as a can i dldate for the nomination for Congress from the i Second Congressional District subject tothe Practlon of the Republican patty 1J jo f = 01 J SPEAKING of imperialism Bryan 1f has n rithfmsel down as t Iethe t tcluef imp of all imperialists I PJ THE Louisville Times is in such ia sensational humor just n owthe at it prints in flaming redt ie I latest dispatches from George lJtown where the Geebel assassi nation conspiracy trial is in pi om y gre...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 12 July 1900

SHE IB SEi EARL1NGrTUN KYto p LOCAL NEWS > YnltbrPoyt6it has accepted a po Bltionvin Cllu Lynns ICQ cream par parlor tr v f Miss iLizzle Dean is working ns assistant in tho telQph nol office at this ° placo > I < 1 Frank Smith of Drakesboro has boon mixing with friends here for several days Tom SmUhMias setup his merry goround on the vacant lot near Barnett Arnolds livery stable Ii > > Miss Gertrude Cavineas is now stenographer tho St Bernard of fice In place of Miss Lizzie Sullivan who hay resigned Thero is a sclap on In Hopkinsville us to whether thirtyfive inmates of the workhouse shall bo released or made to servo out their terms Pnul Ijlrlco and Walter O Wright Jwvq been added to the County Executive Committee of the Young Mens Christian Association Rev Pryce E Gfatlin has resigned as pastor of the Baptist Church at Hanson Mr Gatlin will enter the Baptist Theological Seminary this fall fall fallPolico Police Judge Campbell of Hop klnsvillo takes it lor granted th...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 12 July 1900

y I TuHE BEE EA ZLINE TONI lY i q I1RYIN AND STEVENSON 1 Standard Bearers Chosen by the t Democratic National Conven < > rtior at Kansas City J tf i i1 t Ir CONVENTION PROCEEDINGS IN BRIEF 1 vy tY ii William Jcniitnsg lemur Clio on ni VrcU k dell tin 1 Jsomlnte vnilmtit IDlu enMiiK i S aetof Kiwvwuon Illn Uiiunlntr Male i1 XbmliiHlml nn First linllot mid tile i > y Convention Adjourned V KuiKis City Mo July TrThe Dem F ocratic national cmivcntloi closed a three days session Friday afternoon after having placed hi nomination William Jennings Urynn for president of the United tJtntw aijd Adhi Ewing s fitenf son for vlebprealdcnt The nomination of Ilrynn for the cont elusion and was made without a dis ttscnli g vote The vice presk1c itinl nominnUon waS It debatable question until the ballot was taken David B Hill of New York might have had it by simply giving Ms r consent but he headed off n stnm pede by taking the platform nnd firmly a declining to be a candidate Towne the po...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 12 July 1900

I i > t3 J ri r i THE BEE EARLINGTDN JJ if a t r w t 7 sLjF K J Mfa l If s DOWN IN THE MINES PageI n Orabtree mines who have paid fees I to the UlI 1V nro now without n i Job It is1 doubtful if they will get I geti J oven as much as 42 cents per week weeki y What a poor selection of company that Tom Cates preferred to the Crabtree Co which has been noted always under the present presetltfJ Itho best companies in this or t any other State to work for very Ir Crabtreo man has been treated hon estly and fairly and given much bet ter work and wages than mqstuify of 0011I I i > tral Railroad I Tho St Charles boys who sold their freedom to Tom Gates and went wentI a Charles gave thorn are not making their board At St Charles they wore free men with plenty of work and good wages In Illinois they Are owned by the bank committee I and the check weighmttn These boys had the right to do this butI I A t 1 I 1 41tl 1 AiSt their places have been fllled at St Charles and if they come back to...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 12 July 1900

> r II Io r l N f n I rrr i y n i T T 1 L i t 4 at 4i S Ilt1 I V Z W Ea I Yl H I > I I Ii ftMhfU nvy > 1 T HE Bf ARlIr94II > Y1Jt IO ° IIt twAll4 NhoIu w n + f r TItEH3UND W H00L i l C LESSON Ut xH1R0 yx1UARTERINTER 1 t NATIONAL SERIES JULY 15 l I > S Txsatt of Uin IAMJBUII Tllntk vlliM30 s t Memory crlllcIII27wGoltlcn Tex f Matli xvJi5 Comtnciitnry 1rcpar r alenrnrt < rt Copyright 3300 by American Pffsa Asso clatlonw y h r 2JAnd from thence lie aroo and a > went Into the borders of Tyre and Si t ltjr i1 dOll and entered into an house and would Vuhavp no man know Itbut lie could not r be hid The scribes and Pharisees were findingfit disciplesl l were slow to untlcfstatKl Him because t b ecauses t 12 1C 17 Luke xilv 125 llcb xl 3 0 It seems to me that knowing that there thereai ai rs g out up there in the t r coasts of Tyro and Sitlon He went to f meet her and bless her and bo refreshed > by her faith Nothing pleases God like icp4faith Our Lords ld Have faith ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 19 July 1900

Jn i Jr a i ff ddI t 1 r t J f < V 1 IAilt f CHAIRMAN JONES SINGS A SONG TO BRYAN i i I Spurn not the gold free silver will defeat you Chicago TimesHerald I called out loudly from the court house steps the s invitation for all the Democrats of the Court House precinct to assemble in the County Judges rpbom It is a small room and Judge Beard call back across the street They can all get in there The convention was called to I order by John 13 Harvey county I chairman Wni Beard was chosen chairman and Paul Moore secretary and the temporary or ganization made permanent The chair appointed the b lowing committee on resolutions Paul M Moore John B Harvey Lawrence Rodgers O J Vaddilf and Geo Kr Lynn While the committee was out L F Mc Laughlin a young attorney of north Hopkins made a speech that enthused the convention into hearty applause TJie committee then reported the following resolutions which were adopted unanimously We the Republicans of Hopkins county In mass convention assem bl...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 19 July 1900

d 7 v V > i THE 3EEi EARLINBTGN KY Il r lfJ I of I 1 it itt n w it 1J 4 K r I w 4 i A f > 1N ON THE d Mf INESt J j 1 biS bis While the farmers of this county deeply sympathize with labor when I oppressed or mistreated there Is 1 fetrongeVIdehce at hand that they are becoming thoroughly disgusted with the false plea for pity and i sympathy made by the agitators of t trouble sent out by the United Mine hvr Workers Since their advent into this county scarcely n day passes l when a farmer is called to town on t business that he is not met by some of the gang and hounded almost be yond endurance with their false tale of woe Here the question arises why should these sympathy seekers try to enlist the farmers in their cause when low wages if such were the case means cheap coal which Is just what the farmer desires The question Is easily answered These wouldbe destroyers of home and happiness are paid to talk and they must quite naturally show that they are laboring for their cause an...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 19 July 1900

TJ1us Tcrr i It 11 THE BEE EARUNTOTsl KY 1 I I 1 I J I III 1 I Ii II I II g I 1 III 1I 1 I I > 1 J 1t 4 4 m J 4 i RSQNALj HarryAVllHfim8 returhod Monday from Rvjsit of voralweks to roaM tives1 in Tennessee t < x Misses Agiiea Hart JessoBuckley and jKntio Green returned yesterday to their hoirio in Henderson and were accompanied by Miss Lizzie Sullivan MrsEd Martin and little daughter acereturl1ed Sunday from Illinois after a visit to relatives S Mist Ausonbaugh l jvhcr has been Visiting Mrs John Griffin has ro t rnccl to her hornet In Dawson ac S companied by little Myrtle Griffin 11 V Davenport and wife visited In the county sent this week If Ij Arnold and fatully were in St LoUis several days last voe1c Mrs Allen Jorgonsonjiml daught = or Susan pf Pad cahlaro visiting relatives hero S J Miss Maud Harnetfc was shopping in MMiaonviUoi Monday win Dickens of ilfehvlile is spending K few clays in the city Miss Sue ill iJUrr returned rues day ntgiitfrotn a visit of several weeks t...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 19 July 1900

pIqiTHE BEE EAftUWGTCINi KY + r I r i I 7 y p It Iito F r + r t7M I a k 7 Q l3ee PAUL M MOORE Editor and Publisher I fX SUBSCRIPTION + c HATES a t i Olio yenrtf i tl 00 Six Months > V 50 Three < 1iths 2q 2qSibgle Specimen coplos mailed free on ap = plication t Correspondents wanted in allparts of the county Address us for par ticulars v Telephone No 12 THURSDAY JULY 19 1900 ANNOUNCEMENTS SEBREEWe arc authorized to announce Hon E G Sebrec of Henderson county as a can didate for the nomination for Congress from the Second Congressional District subject to the action of the Republican party REPUBLICAN TICKET t k For President WILLIAM MoKINLEY Y < > ylFor YicePresident t i THEtDORE ROOSEYEL For Governor h i i OlIN W ERRS r AJo 411 n f V Jj was Yerkes with a whirl t + Y i f Wjr r iPi Soon made announcq anent oi his candidacy for Con gross last week through the 1lepublic cniY piper of AVebstercbinty 9f TtV 4 ni i Didnt do a thing to Chas Me > haft in Christian county pharle...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 19 July 1900

JUT rrr I U r THE BEE EARL11 TON KY if r J t Y hi I hi tj J i i L 1 it 1 J g J tit u f j l t iF oil 1 0 2b b a fY Yt k ti 1 Y t q r p H i LOCA NEws i AVIU Britton is improving rapidly < aid will soon bo out again Bey Wm Ohllderd preached at VthoGipneral Baptist church last Sun h day i 4 dttyDiary i r Diary hi Orton of Hanson has ac cbpted a position with WS McGary the liveryman Rev Alex cahora his > regular appointment at the Baptist church last Sunday The little son of Mr and Mrs 13I Lane is improving The little fol low has been very low Little Annie Clark daughter of MrT and Mrs R If Clark has boon quite sick for several days Mr Frank Fox is very flick and unless n rapid Improvement is made hlapjhysicians fear an operation will be necessary necosaaryTomStnithiand TOmSmlthiand his partner have moved their merrygoround to MadlBonville whore they will ro maln until after the fair f t The Christian Endeavor prayer meeting will be led next Sunday ovonlng by Miss Llllie Evans All ...

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