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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 2 August 1900

1 rT r pra I or r 0 LI r If i4J J 1r I 1 3 THE BEE EABLI NGTOM KYfl J e1 iLEGRTIQNStHOLWNG Oul > t r I SdSiys Tien Tsiii Dispatch of the o I jjI 22dForwarded by Way j rS t of Shanghai J1 > J p i rfilE CHINESE w LED INTO A TRAP a r JA iiJh iiuil of Tliniii > V cr JyUltMl ifJ Mwht ot Jiilj > 19 ificr Jitt 1JICh the Koiiilinri iiciit i > t the 8 i eAntlOUI WUH tVntltiiiisil XJIoijc I II IIIlrCCl 4 > rien Tsin July 2j via Slmnglmi p1y 30rJle Jatest lUlvHes from < iPekln under date of1 July 15 say that hlho legations are holding out The y Chinese attnckeU the JegationB on the f i bight of July 10 but were led into a y trap by the Americans UrlUsh and tOUO ot them were killed After jJ nards they continued bombarding tho b blegations more fiercely Iii Among the Chincso killed was Oen lti I y The legations were subsfcjuently at fv j tacked with constantly increasing increasingr i These iaflvicea were brought from 1 I Pckinbyfn courier tt J 1 5connononATivE DISPATCH Vf &...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 2 August 1900

r I I I F I I c I 4 T4 I I 1 > o n j I rt tN f iIlt 114 d 1 k f n t q j r o i 3aBlEtiIINfiW oTtle lJh KI J > lcOo < FAMINE SHADOWED INDIA BY EDWARD S HUME For Twentyfive Years an Amoricah Resident of Bombay IFANINE from India 1 Imvo road the nitf ountR of the fanfln < v I In American papers I liave Been tho pfcturofr I iinvc ffrtnt the conditions In the famine districts and I can assure1 yon that tbu nctlml Htuio of nffnlrsj la much tnpro terrible than painted or pictured And the Worst of It Is that even If this June rains arc entirely favorable no relief can bo wcpwtwl till tho crop 4 Is gathered In October Famine photographs reguently represent half starv ed friia dying persons lying on tim Rtreot ot In some field They lire poor butSolt respecting people who have nevur been the objects of public fcliarlty I T L J HUNGER KILLED V0MAN and bave refusal to go to famine relief camps until ut last ileatli tins stared them In tbb face and unbearable distress has driven them o...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 2 August 1900

p t > c Trff 1 or 1 Il r M 3r t THE BEE EXRLINaTON KY l d J 1I 110 JI Ii 1 1SBLB8EKDAY SCHOOL ii I LES3OWVI THIRD QUARTER INTER h li NATIONAL SERIES AUG 6 idi > i i t Text of the Len oi 3ntb svISI1Y1 l r r c 1 V lltemofiy 1crnce111tloldenTcit iSijfHrk s 14 Commentary Prcpar r c tf fi t > y the Jlev D 31 Steam If fCopyrleht 1900 by JmcrlcnnPrcss Asso S t jelation I r i > 1Ai the snore time carne the aiwil ft pIes unto teaus eayltlg Whole thegrcnt f est In tho kbsxlom of heaven lu 3Iar r i < ix 33 34 we read that they hail leer + disputing by the way about thlsvery + t thing Even after this on tile very last r night at the great passoycr there was a > < strife among them as to which of then r > should be accounted the gr ntestLuke i < aU 24 HoW different ther WiJre iron > Him who humbled Himself from heave t to Calvary for them who though ht fi1 was rich yet for our salves became poor t r and who In His great sermon tangh I them Blessed are tho poor In sp...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 9 August 1900

i D r j i Jf 4I 11 e gH 1 f II ELEVENTH + t YEAR EARLI1tGTQN HOPKINS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 9 1900 NO 81 I r I hi N R 1r I J 0 fI ff i i 1i i 1i L I C 4 it Y x J 1 It il j N I y A tf A I Democrats and 4 Trustst YrlJteni6 rUE BEE Mt is the general belief of the average Democratic voter thnt brio of the chief occupations of his party is to camp on the trail of trusts and to follow after them faint yet persuing until they are exterminated and the places of tHeir former habitations sows with salt The truth or falsity of this idea is to be determined I the record which the Democratic party lias bade and noLby the flambupyantj skyscraping pothonse politician who like tb9 Jtd vote is hunting for a place But before we go into this record nauseating to the to ries Qf common honesty let us use some of the Democratic disin fectant with wInch they seek to iniprerrnate the political atmos pliers This preventive prepared solely by Dr Yi I3ryal1the great Magnetic Healer and If takeliwith ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 9 August 1900

ii V7 T Th i Trr i j lfItfEBEp EARLINBTON KY I iii f k1 k1i r t i r rLOCOMOfiVE ftLATS The fltst railroad constructed In Brazil was opened for traffic in 18fiO It was controlled by private capital and Ho subvention was given by tho government Today Brazil has twentyone rail road systems tho lengthof lliteun der traffic being 9101 miles Exa elp b In two instances there are no connoo tions betweeu the various systems Most of the cities and towns in Brazil are situated in valleys along the coast The coast region is ex tremely mountainous and it would be extretnly difficult and costly to cut through the mountains toe s tnbllsh connections Each town has lian a certain territory that depends on It for the sale of Us products and all goods are sent to It ior shipment to other home ports and for exj > ortiand each distrlctpr territory hn3 its rail i road Since 1852 the Brazilian govern I meht has guarantied tb the capita lists who WOuld construct equipandi operate railroads where there e...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 9 August 1900

c T7r 1 I F 7 v Tj I l i 4 I It 1 THEIBEE EARLINGTONJKY I Hp5 t I Hp5I I Hp5S I J 1J ft Y jJi > j WILL DEFEAT DEMOCRATS WIL1DArDMOCRAfSMr Whit Mr Smith Expects if Gocbel llaw Is Not Repeated Richmond Ky Aug 6The ff nW B Smith of this city and late candidate for the Demo raticInomiiiiionjf Governor i inado a todhot speech to tho court day crovd here ad vocating a radical umendmontor the absolute repeal of the Goobol election law He declared thiit if this law is not repealed or amended and I ll lav enacted I in its stead theState will be lost to the Democracy The speaker was listened to attehtivoly r No Right to Testify Owensboro Ky Aug 6Cflr JllltJudgo Owen has handed down an important decision in relation to sections of the Code of Practice relating to now trials and the right of husband or wife to testify in litigation botwden themselves In the Daviess Oir cuit Court there was an action involving property rights und al so a divorce action pending be tween John Guess and Annio Gu...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 9 August 1900

i i r n c TUE BEE E AKUNGTQ N r > yI 1 H I t i t t tl r r 1It t i A t I J r 11 1 XI I i t 1t I I i J i r a a gee I PAUL M MOORE Editor and Publisher SUBSCRIPTION RATflS r CmeYeat 100 J Six liontlls GO ThreeMonths 25 Single Copies v 6 Specimen copies mailed froo on ap plication vr Correspondents wantiut Hi all parts ofitlio county Address ti ifor par tlculars Telephone No 12 THURSDAY AUGUST 91900 ANNOUNCEMENTS CEbREE We are autliorltcd to announce Hon I AJ EU G Sebree of Henderson county as a an 1 didatt for the nomination for Congress from the I f Second Congressional District subject to the I f action of the Republican party REPUBLICAN TICKET For President WILLIAM MoKINLEY For Vice President THEODORE ROOSEVELT For Governor JOHN W YERKES FROM all parts of tho country come reports of gains for the Re publican ticket Poor Billie Bryan Hox JOHN W YKIIKES is ready for the fight and he will make things hum Before the cam t paign is over Mr Beckham will feel that there is ahot time in ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 9 August 1900

f r f o t < tmz 6Y xTMfal tMtfft EE1 JX lflGT01l1KY ifi I C J I I 4 t I i 1 f f > Jl If f A r e t to 1M t fI I 1 r 1 y t i t l 6 I It t r I E L ti T > V LOCAL NEWS V LOCALNEWSAlbert i Albert Toomtis friends will boglad talearh that he is steadily improv hig f Ed gtodjjhlll is Improving slowly 11 Hpins boon quite flick for scrotal days v j f t HazeVl vcetiwlio has been very < present ltl wltlt foverig Improving nicelj at 1 Miss Bottle Fugnto is on the sick list this week nnd Is threatened with typhoid fever lob Stevens who was injured at Howell Ind some time ago V Ins returned home and is able to ho put on tho streets Brukoirwn Will Boyd reports that ills injured hand is healing up nicely viijul lie will be able to resumo work before vorylojig i < i0 > ur OharlefvDuvali of Mortons Gapls running refreshment stand at the Princeton Fair this week Ho will also run a stand at tho Greenville o fair Rev Y1I1 Rogers tho well Ichown and popular stredt preacher has been preac...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 9 August 1900

IiL J i I T Iau ra rw1u1 i w I a ThE EE EARL1NTONJKY l J tf Ie f ff II I IJ J I ISi Si Sik F Ii 5 xI It I t 1 h t le o I I I J I lt t J 1 tt 1t IJ I THE CAMPAIGN m AFRICA Two Thousand Five Hundred Boer Prisoners Now in Gen Hunters Camp IAN HAMILTON HAS FIFTEEN HUNDRED I OW HUNDRED1I A Ijir e Nwmlicr of lIuraca Sleveritl Ammunition Cmitiirivl CiniiH mill ly tilt HrltlHlt tuconltrmed lie port of the Dclth of ficn Chris Inn UeWct I Fouriersberg Aug 5rherc are V 600 Boer prisoners at Gen Hunter camp and 1500 prisoners and nine guns at Gen Ian Hamiltons camp There were about 5000 in the Caleden valley originally but some refused to acquiesce in Gen 1rinsloos surrender and slipped away in the night These have now sent in asking for terms of eurrender It will take some days to ascertain the exact number The Boers who excuse themselves for not fighting say they are in a hopeless position The ravines were choked with wagons I FROM IOUD ROniSIlTS The Field Btarahnl Report OIHcIally OB Recent ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 9 August 1900

1 II t r r = THE BEE EARLINGTON KY < C h i < H t 1y ri 7 7J Yr tt Lt i L 1I I 1 jr tft I Ji t 3 C f 5 11 t i T t 04 R f f 1 1 i 1t toO 111 t 04 t is t 1 t V J tf Vi i fi r t 1 4y br f l Y s J i i I i r I i Uf I rJ t I rAi rAk 1 1tt 1 r Yo i KCADY FOR THE FlGHTf Hon John W Ycrku Is Prepared to Begin Hon John W Yerkes theRe publican candidate for Governs arrived ill the city Sunday after noon stopping thefGaltfiouse He Will remain here in order to ba present at the organization of the Republican State Campaign Committee Mr Yerkes comes from New port where ho spoke Saturday night in the interest of Mr Dyer the Republican candidate for the State Senate to succeed the late Senator T M Hill Mr Yerkea returned only about a week ago from AVequetonsing where he went on account of his wife who is in bad health He has had agood rest and is now in fine condition for the opening of the campaign He stated last night that he did not know when or where he would begin his speechmaking asAs far...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 9 August 1900

I THE SEE EARLINGTQN KY r I M r Ii P r l il ilI I I ir iII IIi i A THE SOTBAT SCHOOL LESSON VII THIRD QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES AUG 12 Text of the tc son 3tatli xvillai 35 Memory Verses 21 23 Golden Text Jlnthvl jte Commentary Pro pared by the HcvD 31 Stcnriio Copyright 3300 by American Press Asso ciation i 2L 22 Until seventy times seven Thus often or possibly until such n time did our Lord teach Peter that he yns to1 forgive an offending brother Peter may perhaps have thought df the threo and four transgressions of Amos 13 Of etc or he may have thought of the seven times of Prov xxlr 10 or possibly had neither in lips mind but supposed ho was putting an outside limit when ho asked If he should for tvo us many ns seven times It is difficult for some people to forgive even one offense but to forgive the same party three or four times would < bc great grace while to forgive as much as seven times would seem more than could be required of any mortal How very strong and strange ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 16 August 1900

j i I r Z I II t 1 i a K w y wlw 4f + fr v fbnw n S 1 i I < Ki t L l f It I rft v 0 1 JrI ELEVENTH YE R EARLINGT NHOPKr S COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 16 1900 > Y ilIO 32 7 I r kI1 t 1 1 f xk I f t a I Ift H1 I to a BLASTS FROM OTHER TItMPETS BllYAN TIIK ELECTIONEER Mr Bryans effort in his ac ceptance address to paramount his opposition to the administra tions course concerning the Phil ippines was made at tee expense os consistency and sincerity III other words ii was a campaign trick perpetrated for aim expe diency purpose Instead Of up ropriately addressing himself tt the occasion andgiving due em = basis to the principles of the latform upon which he was nominated he Ignored all of the f platform except one issue and made an extraordinarily long ac ceptauce speech on that Issue in order to help carry out the eIee tioneering plan devised by his I campaign managers In this regard Mr Bryan makes himself peculiarly and personally an electioneerer and hustler after office Th...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 16 August 1900

Mr y I w 7 fl f 4J r r I I 4 t I A f tt it r t II rFIIIL 4A1 c IIJi TUEDEE s ARLINETON KY t I I j > f > jj 0 ± I 1 ri I Ai HI 1I IIdid ifr i t S 1 Lq J H f I 1 7 iY c J t il I f i ii Jct ° 0 6 irQPWN IN THE MINES tl Fk t Manager Ben W Robinson of the 1 St Bernard Cool Company and alsb of the Vhltley Coal Company re tuic1fr ina visit to the latter mlne liWffe weak and brings back the good owi that members of the U M j tYprkQrs there are fast deserting that and that lie has at v oiganization pehns now t worfc there quite a number of the i fonner members of that order who are well satisfied and freely express 4 themselves as now sincerely con vinced that Such organization is a t curse to the miner who wants to work Dan Griflin son of Dock Griffin was slightly injured whilq at work In the Hecla mine last Saturday A wild and wooly orator from Henderson county wljile speaking at the St Charles picnic last Saturday thought he would make some politi cal capital while advocating the ca...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 16 August 1900

r I 7 1 wr w i ¼ I ci t i 4t I D THE 13E EARLIILTQNJKY 0 te c 4 f1 3 c f I I L I I F f t b 1 1i I I 1P 0 I h iCall For Cpnventtonv vir John B Harvey Chairman f of the Republican Oqunfcy Com 1 mittoo has called the Oomraittoo jk tCJricQtnt iladisouvilio Wed iiesday August S > to name time dud manner of so1ectix delegates t OQi1ErcssOJlnlc J Vehtiml 4 I PERSONAL i pn1vlst visiting Mrs EltnerQrr returned to Henderson last weoic > Mrs M McOulloy visited her son Ernost at Kpho last week Mrs E FL End has returned froinMadlson county where slid has ttcen ivlslElng relatives for several weoksj Mr B V Todd who has been quitoelol for sdirio time Is Irriprov Iig Ed Stodghlll affor eevoral days I illnoss Is ablo to bo out agnt1 j H G Bourlarid and Cal Martin loft Sunday for Soiree Springs wjiqre they will romalii forsovoral dAY nov W C WHsdn flllod llA ap pointment at the M E Church Sunday night VBev BC VVIiea v fllloJ fstrigb 1 apPohltn ont atfNebQ I la < t Sl1tH day W 1 HW t < Gor...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 16 August 1900

y M fll iI 0 THE BSE eAl 11NGfON KY trti rti l r t rtE t f + t f Y l F 1 r r > f i n 1 f tE a r PI Q p3e PAUL Mr MOORE Editorand Publisher 4H SUBSCRIPTION BATES Wt ifSMV i 1t r One Year i i7 l0o H 2 Six Months v l i 50 A ThreojMoilthssu 20 e Single Copies iv 6 Specimen copies mailtitlfrda nap plication Correspondents wanted In all iiarts particulars ticulars > j > Telephone No 12 < THURSDAY AUGUST 16 1900 f ANNOUNCEMENTS J I VEIIREEWe are Authorized to announce Hon E G Sabree bf Henderson i county as a can rdldatAfor the nomination for Congress from the Second Congressional District subject to the action of the Republican party WillS P Scott of Hopkins CO3otJ as candidate for Congress from the Second Congressional District subject to the action of the Republican party REPUBLICAN TICKET I For President WILLIAM MoKINLKY 7 For Yi President THEODORE ROOSEVELT For Governor JOHN W YERKESC = AXD so the Hon Mr Stanley i met his match at St Oharles last J sf Saturday What George ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 16 August 1900

7 1 J r 2i k 4 U to A JTHE BE EARLThGrUON KYrte rl I k JI I I r iY 1 I tJ I If 1 1 i I 1 I I I y > 8 < 1 1I I j 01 1 r f v 17 1 1 i r H fi i i ti iS9 1 1a 1 ITE A i I + L5 y r i rt f LOCAL NEWS < 4 Little iilss Hazel Fawcett who has been quite sick for some time his ilflovlng nicely and will bo out again in a short time i + t Jjttlo Martin Ryan the sixyear oldson of Mr and Mrs Thomas Ryan who has been very low with fever Is now able to beup Mrs Frank SwoenoyWha has been very 111 for several days Is thought to be Improving Her mother Mrs Hall of Sebree is at her bedside Sam Jennings sodtion foreman on the I 0 Railroadwhose home was At Hamby Station died Wednesday afternoon of last week of heartTatl uro A party of young people chaper oned by Mrs John Rule went sight seeing through Arnold mine Tues day afternoon The party was gotten up by Miss Carrie Atkinson in honor of Miss Alice Qarrbll > Rev G Bi Ovortou Educational Secretary of the Louisville Confer ence preached an in...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 16 August 1900

f I r Il SS S S I S j n r n L 5 Jii 0 IO i I J Zjn lfJ 3 t T JE BEE J COJltR LIllGTO ll J KY i t > 0 f 00jj I f > r n A L S S1 I V LJ5 v4 SS Sz v 1 ist I S k 1 1 1tSt St StSt5 St5 St5I c 5 5 5 S I 7A 11is is isL 5 t 5 Sp lllfmr mN 1QFtCr1 c yphe Celestials Will Find They Vim 3F VT V c4V i jasBzj Have to Pay Dearly for I p Their Whistle 0 i ii t 5 S 0WHAT THE UNITED STATES WILL OEMAntf 1 1 J SNR loot of CJiliicse Territory Hut i Jt I ail anil iuiimntcoi indemnity T i 2 for the Kiinililcit of livery Amorl A JL Wit Victim ot Their Seimele i4 I 1 S Trenchcry I OiflM 1 I M cial said that the indemnity which the iP tJiiited States would demand for ql every American citizen killed or 4 maimed by the Chinese during this F present trouble woVltt be suf n eient to comfortably to support their families for the remainder of their lives S J Np Chinese Territory Wanted This government docs not want a 5 prolinceB town a village or a single square foot of Chinese territory as iq S demnity sai...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 16 August 1900

1 j a i 1 i I THE BEE EARLINGTqNKYa i t 1 i i f i I a I j I fatr bd 1 J YSn Sn r I a A rsr h Ir e s fJ 1 r ttl JQRYIStr4SWJCTID > 1 I r 4e CanWlt Delivers Ills Final Charge j Defeiuei Consider Views of p Court Severer i < l ft eorgiltown1cy AuglCst 14 lj The final instructions were read lffo4hVjury by Judge Qitntrill this J af tbrnooa iiv the Powers itrialand Judge James Sims rondo I theopfning argument to the jury r for the defense Defendant tow jfers is in such a nervous tind crit k icalcondition that his nttornevs J PfilecTa physicians affidavit that iwaa unable to attend n night t y session of thc court but Judge ttGan trill said a cot could be pro vlded for him and he could lie MtSdowp in the court room power power5inanagcd managed to sit up however The H instructions tp the jury are corf 1id dry the defendants at Morneys as being entirely o se r yore and tend to lessen Powers > chalices for acquittal nlthough Jfthoy aro still coiifident of a ver 7 Jictin his favor V N...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 16 August 1900

j o < n lulLt t t J I t T THE BEE J ERLINBTON > Ys c I f rrI k D4 r J 1 A f I 4f k sI t 1 i I o < t I i 1 o ac I 1 1y iff I 1 f 1n P I n It Ii i I 1 a 11 1 J iI 1 1 I tA TITE SUNDAY SCHOOL 1 l I t 4 11 i LESSON VIII THIRD QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES AUG 19 J f fI John Ir 117 I j r Monitory Vcr cM 17 Golden Text h John IT U3 Commentary pHphrcd by the n ii IlM S onrnn I Copyright 1900 by American Press Also elation J 1ItAntltls Jesus passed by He saw n man wlflch was blind from lib birth Many blind people had their eyes opened by Him during His public ministry It would be interesting an l profitable to col lect the incidents and peek to gather tOO l from each yet each has its own getting apart from which the special 80h of the case cannot be funyl learned All the lncCcnt of healing in His minis try speak of the kingdom where the blind see the deaf hear the lame walk the dumb sing and the inhabitant shall not say I am sick lea xxxv 50 xxxili 24 2 3 It Isa common thought with...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 23 August 1900

ict J of > i f 41 < 1 1 J I y r + I j r Of II J J iL J 11J i 11 J P J f 1 j II ELEVENTH YEAR 4 EARLINGTON HOPKIMS COUNTY > RENTUCKT THURSDAY AUGUST 23 190O u 1 l f 1 PUBLIC SCHOOL L BUILDING BURNED > Earinjton Public School Soon to Com r mence Turned Out of Doors i 1Y v TRAMPS STAYED THERE OVER IGtiT I t ftrv v f rKi I < HuieanxJ Contents Total Loss Except a ijr c D1U Wer f < i7if I t 1U Saxe XC i Ii v j 5teps Will Be TaKen at Once toRepac < 1 < J i c With a Good School Building L l Earlingtdns public jtotiiit school building burned to the ground Tuesday morning about 0 80 and > the children and youths of Earl Jugton are turned out of doors with the time for the opening of the fall session almost upon us It There was 1000 insurance On the building and nothing on the contents which was worth per haps 800 to 100 The building was wortli something like 2000 One organ was saved and the few desks and benches that were in the ground room fioorAll of the valuable ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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