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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 23 August 1900

r p7f 1 if I 1 f IOI IO I I C r cf 9 l t7 ii I i r Jr 1 l < BI 11 ff < t > t i t f i ftly o J 1 t4i L 1 tf II i 1 i > < fi t i 1 i < d ii 1r J r in 41 l 1 j < t ut > 1 i J 1 JJ v tiE1P11lGTUtSh 11 u 11 ylyx AQ E c n I N KY r F lr t 11 t i jh o li LOCOMOTIVE BLASTS I 1i < t j I l + A r Chfaf Dlspcher sheridan ro tu ned last week from a visit to reiI atives in Ohio Dispatcher Griffith will spend a month on a vacation among relatives iii Ohio if yY AJNlck Herb Is now night caller at Y > hedepotiiiUid makes l good boy for 4 ltliela6 j 4 7 Ri iJaS the former super Visor has disposed of his property pr ta here to a IJenderson party for the Fw sum of 1900 i Supervisor Edmondsbn Is trying + k I hardf9 ont a house so he can move hiBtfainily here hisdamilyhereThe The many friends of Conductor a tom Browning and JSiiglneer Camp bell were well pleiiEed to hear that thevei lie f thcourt of Inquiry did not give them their walking papers and that they will remain with...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 23 August 1900

r r 1 T r IJ q r p ± 4 1 1 THE BEE a RLlNaTONIQ CI j i > TRIAL BECU 5y y I I Only a Few WitntMM Were Examined I Yesterday ltt sIxTY OR MORE TQ8E HEARD < The examining trial of Lee Cozart for th6 shooting Of Jtimbs i pfautt vrts gun yesterday nf ternoon The thnof or the hear I ing hnd been fixed for 9 a mf but the court did not get through another case until noon There vas time consumed getting wit i nesses together and swearing them iusbthnt it was 8 oclock i lwhen the first witness was put Ion the stand I I The trial is before County t Judge Hall at Madisonville j I There are something like sixty J or more witnesses to be exam inod and it will probably require allof today and a good pjirfc of tomorrow to get through with the testimony I It f 4 r China fwants peace It vwants the United States to got peace > The United States would be be pleased t < J oblige China in this respect but there are cer tam 1 preliminaries which China will have to observe before this thisJi cou...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 23 August 1900

I t f FI h 4 N 4 J r t i a n J1I i > THE BEE EARUiSlGtaN KY I 11 te fee p f tii M MOORE Editor and Publisher 2 SUBSCRIPTION BATES i 1 One Year < 100 Six X nthIJ < 50 F ThreeiMbritlisi 25 Single Copies 6 i Specimen copies mailed froo bri ap pHfcation r Correspondents wanted In all parts i 1of the county Address UH for par ticulars LTelephone No 12 I THURSDAY AUGUST 23I900 til ANNOUNCEMENTS 1 EBRREWe are authorized to announce lion o oE G Sebree of Henderson county as a can r t didate for the nomination for Congress from the aSecond Congressional Dltrlct subject to the theU tSCOTTweare abthotlsed to announce Will 14 SP Scott of Hopkins County as a candidate Congresslonalt t I DUtrlct subject to the action of the Republican party JI JrjIyEtt JC r I SHOO BOSSYSt St Paul Pioneer Prow i and defense before the moss o f testimony at the examining trial has been whipped into shape an d digested The character and h standing ol both the principals in this un fortunate affair and all c...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 23 August 1900

4 I J l I tTH JBea EARLI1TON 0 I LOCAL NEWS t Op Toy and wife are visiting rol vesat Ilobards > t Mi8i3 Frankle Stokes has boon iroatonod with feyor for Several ays t VV A Slssom attended Quarterly Meeting services at Neb last Sunday Davis the little sort of Mr and Mrg John Ff Hill has been quite Blqk for several days J R Dcnnjl1 1 P WOoton and J > S Toy attended the Quarterly Meeting at Nebo last Saturday Paul M Moore has turned from Beech Haven N J whore he has been with his wife who has been quite dole tMrs Mooro improving at present y dpi E > G Sebreo was in Earllng ton Tuesday night and spent Wed tton in Madisonvillo Ho is con fident upon the strongest assurance I that he has the race for the Congros fllonal nomination won Dr Chasten is a widower Mrs Ghatten and the children are away at Orayson Springs enjoying the hot y weather and the cool water while the Docttor makes the druggists life miserable by writing prescriptions ad Infinitum Wo tiro glad to see our old frie...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 23 August 1900

tip 0 0 TIE BED ArLrNGrUJ1 KY e l 1 flillW Mi IN ml > if They Lcgationers and Other For v i elgners Rescued and Arc t 1 tIi r NowIn Safety f rN < 5i j 1 THE ENTRY WAS OBSTINATELY OPPOSED i f4 r i Tkc U1lle tRI Family Sold to Ilav < Ilbtlrcrt to llHlnnKu with the d IImporJnl lruolGIhe Collapse ol ChJneMo llcoliitnnce nuo to Fall + S tnreYu Ilood the Country WIL fl l y ffi Washington Aug ftThe navy de tv paitment last night received this caw a y i if v blegram from Admiral KemcyJ mI Washingtont 3 i Just received telegram from XIen l Tain dated liSth 10 p in e 4Peliin was captured on August 15 i 43 Foreign legations ore safe Detalla follow shortly Signed REMEY f Imperial Family Fled 5Rfondon Aug 18A special dis + patch from Shanghai says The al lies entered tfekin August 15tf tis believed that Yuan ShiKals troops have gone thence to Shen Si to pro tect the empress who according to i reports received by local officials here with Than the imperial household and the bulk df the a...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 23 August 1900

W p 1Y THE IBEEEA L1JtGTON KY l t i flame i e8 > 11Vla8 lefHl Watktav People who are on the watch ror frauds generally need Close inspec inspection lies and discern flaws Is fatal It Is of ten a disease for the alienist to cure but usually It Is a mask to cover ones own faults in tact the more con y vinced a man is that his neighbor or competitor is a scoundrel the more Car taro It Is that the rascality is In ccr1 critic No one la secure from calumny alumnybut but the tricks of tho envious and the malicious always recoil Upon them t selves Jewish Messenger lnu McssengerMusic Music Mu lc heavenly and holy art thou bait ever keen a great help in stirring the depths of mens souls to a higher devotion to a deeper attachment to Deity But thou hast not been Intend ed to drown Gods word aye and to drown the sweet words of prayers Mu sic should be a help but not what it has really como to bathc sole object objectot of the worshipers attention Jewish Voice COmlI Ire If lever Cerise r II t...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 23 August 1900

c ti ora J i 4i 1 oJ 1 I p i 1 1 THE DEE EARUNTtWi KY j ii 1 S n Iit N4Lti q it Jf o + n1 t1WMlw P4 iW J w rw F 1 ill v SOTIAY SOKOOiL sFai m r < JlllESSDN IX THIRD QUARTER INTER v tcNAIIONAL SERIES AUG 26 ni if Vr tl iText ttt ttUc Icudon John x 130 i < Iil IMcmnitr Versed OilJ tJolden Text t John ai li Corumenrnrj Prepared a 1 by the Rc V D M StciuriiN m Cbpyrfeht JMO by American Press Asso ctattonl I t tt fllUThe pnrable of tho Good Shop s herd He begins with one of Hla 23 < lou 1 I f ble verijys in this gospel It is literal y 1 Yii amen amen reminding us that Ho is UK f Amen the faithful and true witness 11 L4 inC Hi 14 ICT ltv vn His I ray I 1li unto jrou is equal to too Thus earth the 1 t Lord which the Spirit uses so many l hundreds of times in the Etd Tjoatamcnt to ry for the Lord God of the holy propbeta Is none other than the Lon Jesus Christ of the New Testament Rev xxli 010 He contrasts the true shdphcrd with the J false shepherds who are only thievoa nnd robber...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 30 August 1900

I > 1 c N r yl I1ri t 3 jJ lk p v f l + 51 x k t IJ c 4 r i t 1IJ < l i J I I t 1 t t t j xir t r i 10 t > IJ f I 1r i 1 < J V i dn < ELEVENTH EAR EA RLINGTONL HOPKINS COUNTY KENTUCKYTI URSDAY n tJGdST30J1900i t NO 34 I 1 ELECTION LAW PLATFORM Of the State Democratic Convention f Would > Go 4 r Nb Further Than to Urge This Law Be vi S Strengthened So as to Preventt V > V ti tF Republican Frauds 1 I j v I 0 HV e recommend that tlio election law of 1808 which was enact ed to prevent the repqlilion bf Republican frauds in certain dip trI tB of + this State and which was amiirked imprdyeirient upon the t then I existing > fiS law but which has otprov > sufficient for that pur pose preventing Republican frauds be amended so tfsHo secure i this end so thoroughly that the most hypercritical can find rib ex cuse fpr charging fraud or unfairness to our party in the conduct of any elqctipn L i The Consent of the Governed nvo P Breckinridge in Lexington Herald > v...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 30 August 1900

Ji JUDGE HALLS OPINION < d > < I Rendered in Case of the Commonwealth ijyfi v Agalnd Lcie Cozart for Killing I U 1K l f of James Offutt 1 i kf ti j h 1 < MAKES IT ALL A FEARFUL MISTAKE > 11 ort Discharged After a RigId Inquiry 1 t t t of Large Number of Witnesses vvV I fl L iJo Recognizing the great inter J est of our citizens of town and t l t l county in the unfortunate tragedy enacted on the Earlington ball l i k Y ground on August 10 THE BEE j U arranged to get a complete report Xf the case in order to he bIt 0 c t Ii > 1 give an intelligent and impartial + + account The number of witnes fscs introduced makes it out of i the question to attempt to pub lisle the evidence as brought out in court but we publish in full the decision of Judge F Hall in which he takes pains to explain his grounds for the con 1 Delusion he reaches The investigation on the part > pf the commonwealth conducted w by Judge James Breathitt of Hopkinsville in a rigid and care ful manner ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 30 August 1900

u i ttr J OTIlEBWJSE UNNYJ J OED poo MebcJit > Iaa killed oy fjtilftVg slate Int ho WlllluvHii cyul iuhiu iir15 t tr4hthlt11L 1 Bonifttt a PidhetY 75 years of ugg t arilit louU and killed > Y11 train uf A crossing Itv Murion Ind The t jcbhiuigt of jorto Illcnn cur roricyfpJ United Slates money Ji nractloully completed nuttyyear years one of the bestknown member oftho Piorb 11L bar diode Mon dfiy within oho day of 90 years of ages > Roy Smith aged 2lS was struck by lightning at his home northwest ol ofAblkliq AVhi i plnyjngmi 18 + months oId twin child of Henry Probst 6f South Bend I Ind accidentally pushed his lIttle brother into a bail of scalding water and the little one was fatally scalded The steamship Ohio has arrived at Seattle Wash from Nome with 332 passengers and treasure and esti mated at 2000000 About onethird of the gold carne from Nome At Columbia Tciin a 45 horFe pow crtboiler exploded in Ashtons saw satyII Geule1athews Bresc the asBnssin of King Hum bert inef...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 30 August 1900

rn u a 7THE BEE SARLIN itr ON 1 KAY i tf1 3ee PAUL M MOORE Editor and Publisher a I r t SUBSCRIPTION RATES j4 pnoTearwv > iOO Six Months t 50 6 ThreeJMonths 20 Single Copies 6 Specimen copies mailed free on ap plication t > Correspondents wanted mall parts oftbo county Address us for par ticulars i Telephone No 12 THURSDAY AUGUST 30 1900 I ANNOUNCEMENTS I I EBREE We are authorized to announce Hon I M S E G Sebree 61 Henderson county as a can didate for the nomination tor Congress from the 4 Second Congressional District subject to the I tt action of the Republican partyI WillS J S P Scott of Hopkins County as n candidate for Congress from the Second Congressional DUtrict subject to the action of the Republican party partya a a REPUBLICAN TICKET < For President WILLIAM MoKINLEY For Vic President THEODORE ROOSEVELT For Governor JOHN W YERKES MB BEOKriAJf now has on hisj hands the extra session called by 4 himself to amend the Goebel law so as in the language of the Beck j ham...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 30 August 1900

1 I KYj t = JOcu NEWS J MrsrCH Patterson Is visiting hettsisteflr county irii 7 Mr + aiitl Mrs WV E Ashby have r ttuhed from an extended stay at Sefirti Springs > r1 I n Little v Mlfis Mary Ruby Morton of jJadlsonviilo spent Monday night with her friend Miss Marga rotVictory v > jUjVm McCarley sold the Grainger hotel property on Main St to M Cain of Mbrtons Gap last Monday This Is a good piece of property and iswell situated Mr and Mrs Arthur Cole have moved to Cecelia Ky to reside Mr Cole has a position on the Illi ndls Central railroad and has his headquarters at Cecelia co Rev M Bell of Mftdlsonville ac companied RevR M Wheat to Nebo last Sunday He occupied the pulpit at the Methodist church at night Wheat returning home fII t eyJP Stubblefloldi of Owens bbrb visited friends hero last week Bert was en routo home from Fair view Ky where he had been en gaged in a successful meeting i Tom Lewis has sold his two houses and lots in this city to Ed McLeod I II of Madtsonvillefor2...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 30 August 1900

I i + nn + M r J w r aT8EBE E AgLINGTONJKY c i f 1 E8PERATE MOWS DEEDS Two Men Killed j Three Men and One Woman Wounded and the Latters Rouse Burned 1THREE MORE DEATHS LIKELYTO FOLLOW The Tragrcdy Grew Out of 1telll tance toArrcat by Dlrll < pro CW1Vrlgbt Charged with the Murder of the Daughter of a Cloven of Leonard JlIbT Criminal Practice Oilman IlIAig 2STsvo men jellied three wounded two of them perhaps fatally ono woman wounded and her residence burned are the re sults ofan allnight battle between ks a mob and Mrs Dr C W Wright who r + rvvas accused of the murder of Bessie i Salter the iGyearOld daughter ofa citiezn of Oilman 6 r The Dead John Myers laborer employed by t Mrs Dr Wright Michael Ityan citizen serving as deputy constableFatally Fatally Wounded Eawrencci Ryan brother of the dead man wounded in abdomen I George Wljlpughby citizen shot through left lang r e MrsDrCW Wright shot through fight shoulder bullet taking down ward course i The CBBBO of the Tragedy Mrs Dr Wr...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 30 August 1900

N l I I Q r tiTHE BSE EARLYNCTON KYJ WILL DROP MR YONTS jJI i1t Aryans Friend Alarmed andWUI J l f t Scratch the YounSMani OwefisborotKit Aug 24 Yonts at the head of the Bryan y electoral ticket is tb be dropped yince the indorsement of Bryan and Yerkes by the Brown Dom ocrats they have made plain their purpose to scratch Yonts This has alarmed some of Mr Bryans friends and Mr Youts y > for the sake of iharmony will be given an opportunity With draWjpeaceably if possible ford jbly if necessary c Mr Yerkes Dates V Hon John W Yerkes will him self have to take up the gauntlet ho so gallantly threw down to JGov Beckhamy that gentleman having refused to do so and will begin his canvass at Bowling Green September 8 The Re public n Compaign Committee 1 Friday notified Mr Yerkes of the following list of appointments mtee for him Bowling Green September 0 at2pm r Central Qity September 5 at f 1 p mi I t i Hopkinsville September 0 at 2p ma I > Mayfield September 8j at 21 pm v Marion Sep...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 30 August 1900

r rl t Si S rt A 1 1 f 1 W J 1 1 it < r r f Iff i ij I THE > BEE E RLt rClVV < It 4f i + Y 7dl I HI l1 I fiSUIDAY SCH00L t LESSON X THIRD QUARTER INTER + NATIONAL SERIES SEPT 2 Text of the Letiuoii Luke x Xll 17 20 Memory Verses SO Golden Text Luke Xj Ji Comnioiktary Pre 1ynred by the llov fl M SSCJMJM Copyright 190 by American Press Asso elation 1 < After these things If these wprfls refer to the events of the previous chapter the talk of the twelve about who enould be the greatest verse 40 John forbidding a mail to cast out demons be cause be did not go along with them and John and James desiring to bun r np n village because the pooplo would not receive Christ arc very s suggcstivi in the light of on additional seventy be Ing now rent out The twelve were cho sen not to monopolize the gifts of God i but to be humble channels ot blessh g to others and the same Lord who choa them now appoints other seventy also Heiis saying to each one rot His rcd m ed I have chosen you ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 6 September 1900

r I l > > o 1 1i t 1 e WI j f r r YII t i j r 5 I y t y s lE itf rt t o Jif r lit ELEVENTH > YEAR EARLINGTON HOPKINS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 6 1900 n NO 5 11 V J VI I a j I j 4 d ii r n 11c 1t t 1 y t ry n ryis ti SHALL WE VOTE 1 I 1 f i pJ 10 Sebree Recognized by State Cam 1 3 4 paign Managers as Having Won r Nomination For 3 s CONGRESS IN SECOND DISTRICT 1 Withdcaws From Race and Urges All Republicans to Endorse + 1fJ i b it A William lynch < J idlftiJ t itjot 3 STRONG ADDRESS TO THE REPUBLICANS P PersoialAmbition Put Aside for Triumph of a Manhood Suffrage and Yerkes Jr J v r Tlie Congressional race in tIle S p 1 district this year will be out aid out between the machine and Rtitimachine factions There will be but two candi dates in the field Mr William Lynch who was nominated re cently by the Brown Democrats and who will receive the undivi ded support of the opponents of th hiachineand Henry D Al len j the machine candidate Col Elijah G Sebree had been amb...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 6 September 1900

L 0G TI T1 f THE BEE EARUWGTCW KY y I m t d1 1s 1f f J A f u I 4i1 Af s1l 1l 1ls y i tr r h h gip 4 > J r rl i 1 I I y K L t1 LOCOMOTIVE BLASTS 1 Section foreman Downey of Hop i klnsvllle has been offered the Mor tons GapS ctiOll by Supervisor Edmundson Supervisors Edmundson and Davis went to iJvansville Inst Monday to assist the roadmaster In making out monthly reports John Deering has long been anx idus for a transfer to another section so this week the supervisor granted his request and in a few days he will take charge of the Slaughtersville e section Lucien Burns who has been acting as section foreman for several months Is now desirous of becoming abrakeman on this division and will soon resign for that purpose Chief Dispatcher Sheridan will take every precaution to see that the great Sells Bros and Forepaughs show will have no delay on this di vision on account of telegraph ser vice and with that end in view A lineman will be taken on rear train to out In office at any desi...

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

pir 1TT JT TA r tI rr 13 f j rJ n n THE BEE EARUNErTDN KY I y 1 r e I Ii I i t Ii i I N Jtr rj a TROUBLE BREWING i And Will Bleak Out Against Boyish y Vandalism if not Stopped 4 floKriRfl < Shots Kill a Colt and Injure or r ai Valuable Cow < i It is only a little while sluco W 0 MciLepd lost a fino colt which was shot while in an Earllngton pasture Now the deadly flohort rlflo Is again hoard from hnd this time It is a val uable cow that is shot Both and finale w < jro shot while on pasture and both are said to have received shots from floboit rifles in the hands of careless or vicious boys Tho hop e is entertained that the boys wore only careless but ifso they have boon almost if not quite criminally careless and if discovered should bo held to account This species of vandalism the public demands must ceaso at any cost and the people are on the close lookout to discover and bring to account those who are or shall tie guilty of any such offense It may bo well to remind some ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 6 September 1900

J V THE BEE EARL1NBTON KYt 2 r It i itl t j I Ext i f xt xti r 1 t t I i f i to y a x iP i tr Rw w RY l 4 7 a Vi 4 i P1 rt s r I J S It I Ii IiI QQe l3ee PAUL M MOORE Editor and Publisher SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Yenrq x 100 SIx tIonths V < V O 2oJ 0 Single Copies iv i o Specimen copies mailed free bn ap plication Correspondents wanted in all parts of the county Address us for par ticulars Telephone No l2 THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 6 1900 v 1 REPUBLICAN TICKET 4 For President WILLIAM MoKINLEY For VicePresident THEODORE EOOSEVELT For Governor YERKESV I TiWHAT 4 WHAT a jubilee the Sebree Gbebelites must have hadat their Saturday night organiza timeeting of that club of six THE Populist Second district convention at Sebree nominated G W Southall of Christian county for Congress It is not known whether he will accept A REPORT from Lexington says the Beckhamites are furious over the utterance of Col Gen try who is on Mr Beckhams staff and says McKinley will carry Kentucky HON JOHN W YERKES yest...

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

jv o I THEBES EARLINGf KY r f t of t I 1 0 I il i h IF I > 1i i I 1 d P r f rrf I f Jit i b ff I 1 i It iI t > r r t 1 Li 1 LiAF jf oj t AF F > T i r4 I 1 by 1 J 7 k c i i I LOCAL NEWS John Wv Toyman haft boon on I I gaged fpc overal days iu putting a tin roof on the largo store of H R Cox at Nebo1 r J w Robinson has bought Ed Stodghllls property in this city Mr 0 Stodghill Is thinking of moving to Morganfleld to reside Tom Ezell of Crofton will move his family to this city In a few days Mr Ezell Jms a position under L H A OBrlon In the L N shops Hampton Fox will teach short hand at Hopklnsvillo again this sea son commencing early this month titan office centrally located in that city A large party of our cltlzqns at 1 tended the funeral of Mr Harvey Bburland at Grapevine last Sunday afternoon Mr Bourland had many friends in this city 1 Dr Kennedy the wellknown Op = tician will be In Earltngton at the iienton hotel September 11thfive days only Try me1 guarantee to please yo...

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