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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 19 July 1900

= r w P fc c LII1I AI hl 1 f t T o J CJ i i eL I I t < 1 i > rft IfBEE SRLINGT8 NtK Y J i t > fdt < iil p fit f4f 4 f JLh 1 I V i il m yJi fll Illrlullt Admiral Remy Reports the City of 4 < vTlctt Tsln andjfForts In the 1 Bands of rthe Allies 1 COMBINED LOSSES WERE VERY HEAVY C N t fif < petithViif CoU luenm nUll Cai > i > lh V S Jis Confirmed Tlie in MM of tlio > 1 willcn Cnimcil lmnien e lliiiiutKu Jjjjtt thf Native City by 1 viilo > hiim JflJ ktd lre J r to PV < f AVnshiftijton July 18 Admiral Hemey him cabled thcMitivy ctepartr incut that the city unit forts of TleW tysin arc In the hands of the ulHe Ilia 1st of killed and wounded la 80mi iwhat fuller than Mondays report but xstill not entirely complete His dis patch follows Ailmlrnl llemy Dlaimtelt ChcFoo July 17 Today hope to get wounded from Tien Tslu either in hospitals at Takii or aboard Solace Communication very uncertain fol lowing casualties apparently icon firmed 1 t U MarinesrCapt Davis...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 19 July 1900

r o at tt l THE BEEJEARL1NETON KYI vJ i t S i 7 1 3 Jt k A J < I tit I J t r x f 4 < t I I 4 j j j 7 1 < 1 i My y S It r S L5 T E FAMINE IN kln l t pC r CJ WOfc BOMBAYa 1 > t SV EIGHTEEN YEARS RESIDENT IN INdlA PjT pAjfrimine > the jnoftt widespread and h ere of this century now darkens ale ivlieleof western nntcentrnl India ail area equal to New Bnglami New rt7 orltt New Jersey Iciinsylvnula Ohio Indfanii Illlnoi Michigan and WIs l tCOnslnSixty hijlllon people nro Involved of whom probably lOOOOUOO will i R vperlsii Unless aided The Jiving skeleton is tho Indisputable evidence thai x aY tlip re oUfceij of the people are exhausted Along the highways M lonely SKELETONISED BV FAMINE paBses by Btream beds thut felVd no hope ot water weak und emaciated hu t man beluga are falling and dying by hundreds dally Great numbers who lreach relief camps are I UAtbetp arid the very food they ravenously eat kills y them Children orphaned or deserted are picked up by feeoresas they w...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 19 July 1900

i i JIIIIW T I Q f rte I I c < 10 t J THE BEE BRLIHC IUil r KYl < l i 1 r J = ir v 4 i t l t 1 r Lj ifIi Iii Y 4I it ics 4 f p i pr c r r E 1 J jL L jIp rcfi Itf THE SUNDAY SCHOOL it LESSON iyi THIRD QUARJER INTER NATIONAL SERIES JULY 22 t ex at the LcKfltm Math xvi 1320 Memory Verses IMiriJ Golden Text Math xvl Ui Commentary Prepar 4 ed by the Rev D Jl Stcarnn Copyright 1900t by American Press Assp elation iiJlti Simon Peter answered aud sold Thou art tho Christ tho Son of the LiviiigiGod This was la answer fto the Question of our Lord Whom do men say that I the Son of Man amt They told liHim what people said Then He asked then for their testimony and Peter thus replied See another testimony from Pe ter in John vi GO also from Mnrtlia in John d 27 and from KnthanncI in John 1 JO John wrote his gospc that wo might believe that Jesus is till Christ the Son of God and that believing ° wo womlgbt John xx 31 The greatest of all ques Hans for any and every individual to an fiwer Is...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 26 July 1900

I t ICa ICt t f r w t r 8 > f fiji IItoho 7 L i o j t i f 1 i o r J Il I 1 i 11 tS j l lJjh I II ELEVENTH YEAS y Rf c c r n1Ir1 EARILINGON + c7 w HOPKINS COUNTY s iCKYt asb VJ Lie r 1 bbu NO29r i 11 NiGOEEIAW Will t V COUNT THIS MAN OUT I y X I a vv R publican StandardBeafer Shows y the Cofc f ntidhofWHat MtleMeWMadiB > < > 4 KD MUCH m iNECMUBPf f 7 fi > > V ttiW 4 ftf < tt > iV to Mr Yerkes in Accepting the tall to Duty De X 1rf V Slivered an Address That Was in ltseff a V i Mi k t t Masterpiece The Only lmperiate 1 J yl M C V of This Era The GoebelM 4 > t V Vs > Election Law = M 1 > Y < I t t I Y v 1 itt IfVI am elected by ten vote I will bo governor said Mr Yerkes in his speech of accept arice to the Republican conven I ition and delegates and visitors which packed the Auditorium I were moved to It scene of onthu siasm which Was spirltlttO behold > I hold J There Was no ostentation n in the tone of the Republican Icandidate It was the expres...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 26 July 1900

> wr c c P j L II e 4 4 J j i c J t II t i L lJ j 4 I lt i r1 r 1I6 i > j W45 I r r ij r L i i1i 4l THE BEE EARL1NI I iN9 Kr it S1 1 li > J ij rt Lf j r U > 1 1 I Iff rt4 j 7 DOWN INHEMINES 1 r I 1Y ti There is no doubt of the fact that IcI fisa class none < nre better posted nor j Ii Keejp a better watch on the condi tion of affairs than ministers of the ii Gospel They are thrown among I nil classes and therefore become in I timately acquainted with men and i their conditions in life and are thereby qualified to form correct 4 Opinions on subjects of interest to the laboring man For illustration call upon them foran expression fe gardiug the minors of this county and the answer will be quickly given that they are in a prosperous condi dltion and need noiadyice from the the U M workers as to their duty to themselves and families Ask the preacher tp give hjs candid opinion as to the good or evil done f the miner by tileappearance in their midst of the labor agitator 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. — 26 July 1900

r vr rU I 1 t CJI t JtJ THE BEE SaRLfNGTtlN Ky rPR II o C J n Ij Jt I rr = 1 j MJt LOVVL1 VIsit 4 t 4 iiii F J r Recall Some Early HMpry of Interest c < to Families in Hopkins and fMj MuKknbtMf Counties e iJ i r llllfinj ipvoil a prominent f lawyer o Tucson j Arizona visited 1 1i1couei13 nIrs Jennie E Moore I i i if lBBpveok Ho vtts accQinpanicd by l UIgOhir1eS Eavesj of droonvlllo W MrLbyeil wont from Konjiuoky irjjftihjfefathoi and family fifty years I v WVwlipil ho Ayns fourteen years Old > fnUha npt boon back to the State Hlncoi > Josoph Lpvoll was his father His mother was u Campbell and i Hlrqll h her comes the klndI1ip to arpsMobro8 father Col William I VOampbdU McNnry rind to Cal hugh MbNnry Mhp lived on adjoining PIsJn the edge Uqhlc erS ounty ThQ old Lowell homstead 1 frwas iu Hopkins county across Pond I t Driver from tim JtlclSiary places and t aboyo vliero the In r1JbrId Qonthe Greenville road nov Is uVi824 Col Hugh MoNary Svafe I Coionpl of tho South Carolina ...

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 July 1900

J c l 1 k J Ht rEE ErARLtNf TUr n KV I G I1 e j e r i P UtM MOORE Editor and Publisher vsjjey SUBSCItIPTIQi RATES u f 41 i r > Ono Year vvV i t l 00 1 Sixlllonthssrod ii > hreo1Morith6 f i Copleat 5 t Specimen copies marled frt cQn np F plication i 1 fc A ntlc yl K i CorrefJpondPHts wanted Ihnli parts 0of tho county Addrens Us for par I Ueiilnrs r i6 > Telephone No Ir2 V t THURSDAY JULY 26 1900 ANNOUNCEMENTSw w + I s vBBREE Woare authorized to announce Hon o EG Sebreo of Henderson county as a can didate for tho nomination for Corigraas from the Second Congressional District Subject to the action of the Republican party r I e REPUBLICAN TICKET For President 1 WILLIAM MoKINLEY 1 < f For Y icePresident THEODORE ROOSEVELT i i4tFor Governor t < JOHN W YERKES t 1Fhi 71 r f Mli fulminates in an l interview pn thc Ohinese situa r R Lion and ° ajl Ohristendom holds rits breath in anxiety as to his policyS iovv itdosjivKrr twill most pro I t bably inuke a series of speeches i i...

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 July 1900

1 I A I ° r Ira rE E A t7 L t1GTU 11K Y f A T 4e fee + PAUL M MOORS Editor and Publisher MWr m r ° I edt SUBSCBXPTION RATS r 0110 Year c4 1 00 ailSLYMontlt GO + r > ThreoMonths 25 t i4i Single Copies o t f Specimen copies mailed fr6cQn np + pillcsitloru partsi i r of tlculars thq county Address Utf for par t ± i ftTelephone No I + 2 < THURSDAY JULY 26 1900 t f lit ANNOUNCEMENTSi i f y + EBREE WeWe authorized Jo announce Hon I E GSebree of Henderson cbunly as I can didate for the nomination for Cbrigrosa from tho thoI action of the Republican party 0 L aREPUBLICAN TICKET if For Presidents I i 1VI LIAM MoKINLEY t r For VicePresident THEOX > QRE ROOSEVELT I < < j For Governor i VJOHN W YERKES i Lf MRBBXAN > fulminates in an inter jidYV pn ie Ohinese situa tion and all Christendom holds its breath in anxiety I as holds policy V r QoVr ROOSKVEIT willmost pro Y bably make a series of speeches s bi I in Kentucl y during the cam ij R paign LAnaeverybody wants tb 11tetrhim ...

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 July 1900

E 4 t r > 0 1 f p f KVII C osaa vc ak i r L fee < PAUL M MOORE Editor and Publisher 0 i I 4 = UBSCR11T N UATKS It 7 < y r PUO arf tl 00 Six tnt1ts i j 1 ThreoMonths i 2I j t Single Copies6 v Specimen copies mailed frijpn ap plication iV Cofregpomlpnte wnntad InaU parts of tliq bounty Ad CHS tI3 for par I 1tto lnrs If Telephone No 12t n t f THURSDAY JULY 261900 t ANNOUNCEMENTS of + cEBRKE Weara authorized lo announce Hon S E G Sebree of Henderson cilnntyi as a can didate for tho nomination for Corfgress from the r Second Congressional District Subject to the caction of the Republican party t REPUBLICAN TICKET f Fpr President w WIIlIAMMcKINLEY V i 1 > For VicePresideiu THEODORE ROOSEVELT 1 < i Ctoverliori i 1 JOHN W YERKES t r tii DIR r BBXAJT fulminates in an x interview on f he Chinese situa tion and all Christendom holds its breath in anxiety as to his policy s S i ie GoVr RppSEVfiLT willmo3t pro x bably irtake a series of speeches > in Kentuclcy during the cam li...

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 July 1900

f tc u J I r o 0 r J t F r M THE BEE Ii SlIRN TON J Kv 4r Lf µ j c u h n V t 4 e LOCAL MS Dr Kennedy the optician who 1 i hasbeen more for some tittle has Bono to Mndi tin Tile t Bprpn last Saturday to Mr ard Mrs YE Boyd a fine boy Mother land cljlld I aro doing well 1 Hazel Fjtwcolt the little daughter ol Mr and Mrs J E Fawcett has bpri E tJJliiK for fJeyornl days 1 AlbettToombH has boon quite sick 1 for BevS l days His many friends are hjopihgVuul praying that his 111 uoesr may bo of short duration and that he may soon bo out again Mr arid Mrs NV 0 Toy returned Saturday night from the bedside of Mrs Toys broth Bob Stdvons who was hrfrt by a flying oar door x at How JI Ind several days ago 1 Although ho Is painfully hurt we I t ar glad to say that Bob is getting c along splendidly 4 a I Miss Nola Hill of Nebo a sister I of Mrs E E Stodghill and Mrs John F Hill orthls city has boon appointed teacher in Bethel College at McICcnzIoTonn Miss Hill is one of Hopkins countys brightest tea...

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 July 1900

1 ti II L ilI 1 c U t t pt j1 i d A > n I I v I I F THE BEE EARLlNGTON KY J i t c LOCAL NEWS Dr Kennedy the optician who I 1 ImSrbeon here for some time has I11oI Bobn on Inst Saturday td Mr and II Mrs AV E Boyd a flue boy Mother and child aro doing well L Hazol Fawcott the little daughter of Mr and Mrs J K Kaweett has been gotta slofc for several days i 41bCllOQlobs has been quite HIck Sr for 8 evj days His Jinany friends are hoping and praying that his Ill ness may 110 of short duration and that he may Soon bo out again 4 I Mr and Mrs W O Toy returned Saturday night from the bedside of Mrs roys brother Bob Stovens who was ht rtbn flying car door I at Howell Ind several days ago r Although ho is painfully hurt we aro glad to say that Bob is getting along splendidly fr 4 Miss Nola Hill of Nebo a sister of Mrs E E Stodghlll and Mrs John P Hill of this city has been appointed teacher in Bethel College at MokenzleTonn Miss Hill is i one of Hopkins countys brightest teachers and her ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 26 July 1900

i iI f r f t f THE BEE EARlINGTONJ KY r r < kT LOCAL HEWS 1 I MDr Kennedy thd optician who hutsf gone to Madlsonville 4 4Ilpt mon last Saturday to Mr ard Mrs W E Boyd a fine boy Mother J and child aro doing well 1 Hazel Fawcott the lIttlo daughter of Mr and Mrs J E Fawcett has boon v qultiQ sick for several days j Albgk1ooritbs has boon quite slcJ < for soled days His iiiany friends are hoping rind praying that his 111 ness may bo of short duration and i that he may soon bo out again i Mr and Mrs W 0 Toy returned Saturday night from the bedside pf Mrs Toys brother Bob Stevens who wa8 hrfrtby a flying car door s It Howell dd several days ago 1 h Although h18 painfully hurt wo aro glad to say that Bob is getting along splendidly a Miss Nola Hill of Nebo a sister of Mrs E E Stodghlll and Mrs r John F Hill of this city has been appointed teacher in Bothel College at McKonzIoTonn Miss Hill is one of Hopkins county brightest t teachers dher many friends will Jfbo delighted to hear o...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 26 July 1900

I I 11t I C i JfjI c 1fdi1 1I oj J j 4 1 tt r r r f > Jt + < J i 4 0 J t It 1J 0 > < t Ii d 11 4 hlfjn r 1 1 j THE BEE EARUNGTaN KY l 1CHINA mfrijWm I I > I I glext of an Imperial diet Issued r > tSf at Peklnvjtly 17 Received 1 rby Minister Wu i if COMMUNiOATED TO STATE DEPARTMENT I < i itlIIJflltiOIl of ClultiiM ul I tncuJl ft r JNVCJt IJhnM tl1Ii 1lmn l lr h tho tmli tin Ilin Iili Orllcrml J tSVIIh a lvv ti > 1hulr 1thtiiilt Jt Sttlciuvnt I > y Cliliui JL Y 1 Wnslilngton July j4lhf Wntu de 11aitiiCitt tnnlioVpuhlfc the following text of t n edict delivered ipy iilnistii I Wu to Secretirry Hay This Is the edict referral to by United States Consul Fowler at Clip Foo In his message re ceived here Sunday 1 t An Imperial edrct issued on the x first day of the sixth moon luly 17 Transmitted by the viceroy Mu Kun Yih on the 20th of July and received I by Minister Wu on the 21st day 61 July ct seven oclock tio Imperial Eillct The present conflict between China a...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 26 July 1900

Is < t J j + I 0 o THE BEE EARLlNGf DW KY r HP 60EHEL UW WILL 1 COUNTTHIS MAHOUT I Continued From First Page fslature and by the now State board foretold with assurance and the political right of 193000 voters and the personal right of J Gov Taylor and his coofficials to tho offices to lltcbtheyhncl j been elected by the people were openly and constantly derided denounced and denied RBIGN OF LAWLESSNESS 1 Thus was begun by the Dem ocratic party what is termed Tlie feign lawlessness in Kentucky absolute lawlessness seeking approval and protection by ap pealing to the letter of a force i law made by that party and of which law Senator Bronston i > Democrat had with prophetic visidn foretold It will breed a contempt for law and good order r and foster a taste for theft nnd fraud Under the provisions of that law the Democratic party de vised nnd carried forward a sys tematic procqdure whereby the rights of individuals as such the rights of individuals as political ientities the ri...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 26 July 1900

1 p f Y 0 t a i 0 THE BEE EARL1NTGN tlY 1 w 1 hrt Srl4rr f j l7aft THE4SUNDAY SCHOOL J t 1 1 LESSON v THIRD QUARTER INTER I NATIONAL SERIES JULY 29 si Text of the LeiiKoii Lnl c Ix 2S33 Mcmorr VCFIICH 3335 < 5oldcn Text Luke 1x as Commentary Prepar ed by tinRevv D 31 Stearns Copyright 1900 by American Press Ass ° t elation + 28 And it canto to pass about an eight days after these sayings Ho took Peter and John and James and wont up into a mountain to pray The last of these sayings not only ia tho previous verse here but also in the verses immediately preceding in the parallel accounts In Math xvl 23 Mark Is 1 is that somo of those standing hy should not taste death till they had seen the kingdom of God therefore in the transfigurntion We may look for the fulfillment pf that say lug and Peter so tinoaks of It in II Pet sai y i after six days while Luke says about an eight days so that ovKlently six full days intervened with a part of two others and each statement Is strictly HolI ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 2 August 1900

I il tII < Fi < 1 1 t I i git > i i < f I + f HII ni r f ii t 0 t 1 J IIOH1j L t 4 4 M It S J I l 1 J c Ji I I i tV t r i C 0 i i iJr H J y i1j h > ELEVENTH YEAR EARLiNGTON PKIN COUNTY REtSl7DCKYf THURSDAY AUGUST 2 19OO NO 30 1 fjn Mr Becl hams Chances > Mr 4 Bec 1 c tom has four listb c diauces to serveout theater ll forwhicli Governor Taylor was elected j he pretends tq believe that he wll bo elected really elected receiving the largest nuinberpf votes legally cast if Ire does not lie has thechalice of bein de < dared elected by the State Board of Election Oomnliissionere aiid this he considers certain if the vote is top heavy and the majority too great for this reliable board to give him the certificate them < he has two more chances that mi contest t he present legislature will u adjudge him to have been elected or the patent applied for by Mf Aaron Kohji willbc usedtiat by virtue of the constitution ° and statutes he is now acting governor fdr the entire...

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

r Wtrift 1 tI f7 V f1 I r tJ < IiIf r fl rv r l iRir l IOoH i i I 1 j I 1J4 D tI c t 1 1 > t i5 t le L I Y m L j i < > 1ii + kh 11r Zti r1 f 4 1f r f i ltt 1 Jr r 1 1 4 e c i 1 > 3 I 1 9 bc if Id i lr N < nr r1r0i T 1 r I i lI > i 1r r 0i bi 1 i t f 11 THE BEE EARLIN6TON KVi T a 1 1t I u1 y < i h l Py = J f l t Si 0 I J t II 41 rlt l To DOWN IN THE MINES i xr y BeloW our readers will find a clip ptng from the U M W Journal whl6h we quote to show how two faced the union men are There te h record a large amount of Irre > = Jut ble evidence Of the fact that r e 1 ywherevor that organization has SQ r cured control they rule with an iron 4 hand They do not stop at the de l atruction of property hut of ten go so J far as to take life to accomplish their purpose For an illustration werIf e murdered in addition to destruction l 1 of properly and many other cases o I could be cited to show the rule or ruin policy of the gang In control Their preamble may read all r...

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

r 11 IO r 1PI > r d I I 1 j U to THE JBISEARLINJ5TdNfKYelf 1 L PERSONAL < wfe oJ s v w tr i 4 J iM QelejtQ sA Moore returhfed y 1 Mt frddky flight from an extencled isit tQfrlendg in Georgia i J 1taHl Jennl3tto Qa eyyl1JQj 1 2S Is the gUest of the family of < W N 1 Streaker Barton Crutchflpld and James D j IjOiig ofSl Charles wore In the oity last Saturday 5 Miss Mary Mothersiicad returned last Jriday from a visit to Mont eagle and Nashville Tdtm and was accompanied by Miss Bessto Brown j whowill make her ft visit of several vooks Jorroltf Jouson was in the city on bualnessSatiirday afternoon r Messrs W J Duliiv and Ed Mor LeOd Madlsouvillo were hereon business Tjtiesdivy afternoon r Mils Laura Ligon visited hero this week y Miss Annie Ashby has returned troin a visit to Slaughtersvlllo and Bobards Miss JessioBrQwn of Nashville ils visiting the family of DrNG Mothorshead Mlsses Jordan of Guthrle and RusBollvlllo are at the bcdsfdo of their little niece Haz l TTawcott Pospit...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 2 August 1900

r lr i t > ir r 11 L t a A + jf jia t I T I r I A iml < 1 < j I f i ri 1 THE BEE I H E ARLiRlGtqN KYi n4 rf 41 r I t w 1 lt i r hl I 1 t l C ai i fee A1 f PAUL M MOORE Editor and Publisher NiJ + = y tr SUBSORIIptO RATES itII r i Ono Yentli 1 1OQ c y SixMonths + vBO Thr6oMonths > V to Single C opesu Specimen copies ma led f retfpn ap plication > 12r J Correspondents wantouln ml parts Of the county AtldrosSJ liS for par tlculnrs v S Telephone No 12 Icl THURSDAY AlJGUST2rl900 ANNOUNCEMENTS 4 S EBRE12 We r8 authorized tb announce Hod + Sll G Sebrcc of Henderson county as a can theh h Second Congressional District subject to the c action of tire Republican party p REPUBLICAN TICKET 1 For President f if > WILLIAM MoIONLEY i4A v 1F r VicePresideut j THEODORE ROOSEVELT t try S i < v For GoVdrnor t G w l JOHN w YERKES l 6iEB r POWERS straightforward f story on the witness stand has p nhisown honesty andI f thrown a strong light upon the jlishonesty of some of the + wit I...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 2 August 1900

J 47 i i + i + J < 1 t 0 Iit 1 I I J u O i T < 1 I t I l j 7I a w LTHE < BE I ARLlttGTQN KY j i 1 i LOCALNEYS 4 K TF d BtocighUi1 Is oil tho slok list 1 suUoringr with chills w if q Thdlnfant son ot Mrl out Mrs L w ook OrMri brie hpeu quite sick for i 1 f sovoral dtys w 1 VBOY liel0f VIadIsonvlUe will 1t riproagh at jtlio General Baptist > Church nokt Sunday morning nt U s pclook 1 v W ft t Mrs Ay G Bramham and son loft a t 3 nd lft JIlQI1 for DurhaU1 NC i 1Vii tb Join her husband who accepted i f > position there sovoral weeks ago t HlramUlvens AVas on the streets i Saturday for the first time In sovoral e f wooks He has been In qulto ill I 4health but says ho Is making seine i > better gains how tT Tlioro will be s6rvlcosjat tim M E a phurch South next Sunday RM S Wheat the pastor will preach at 11 i N Oclrfok a maud at 7 4B pF m All are Invited to attend these services Tab Hopkins County Teachers I Institute will convene at Madlson ylllo noxt Monday County Court...

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