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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 6 September 1900

EE riL 0 S THE BEE EARLINGTON KY 1 f e J < 4I 4k Z I I I 1 4 I t I 1Pr Pr I f i I I 1 1a J 1r 4 i C A YEARSSHIPBUILDING I I Complete Official Returns for the J Fiscal Year That Ended June 30 Last I I THE RECORD ONLY TWICE EXCEEDED One ITlionsnml Four Hundred aOllJ rortvSIz Vcnclll of Three hun died and AlnctyTlirue Thouimnd One Hundred And SlxtjrElKl GrosH Tonn Unlit and Documented 1 Washington Sept 2 Complete of ficial returns for the fiscal year endI ed June 30 1J > 00 show that 1440 ves I Eels of 393168 gross ions were built and documented in the United States f Since 1853 this record has been ex 1 ceeded only twiccin 1864 when 415 740 gross tons were built and in 1874 when 432735 gross tons were built j SalllnK VCIIIICiIlj The construction y be clnssed ncj cording to the following types I Schooners schoonerbarges and sloops 490 of 109605 gross tons J great lake steam vessels 25 of 07847 I gross tons canal boats and barges c 523 of 74860 gross tons ocean screw steamships 20...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 6 September 1900

L tin 1 rltg JBtlf gSUNBTON KY b J a Y s t I I I t Ir rt r r J t I I t f eF MR SCOTT WITHDRAWS Offers His Services as a Stump Speaker For the Campaign i AstS fRIENDS TO SUPPORT LYNCH i1 Mr Will P Scott yesterday published n letter of withdrawal from the congressional race in the Louisville Dispatch and strongly urges nil his friends to rally to the support of Mr Will lam Lynch the Honest Election Democratic nominee This unites all Hopkins County Re Republicans on Mr Lynch since Mr Sebrees withdrawnlseveral l days since had already put his friends among Lynchs support ers I MriScotts letter to Chairman Leslie Combs is fie follows Dawson Springs Ky Sep 41000 Hon Leslie Combs Chairman Cam paign Committee Louisville Ky Boar Sir In view of the fact that all other candidates are withdraw ing from the fight for the nomination in this Congressional district and it seems to be the wish and the desire of all to thoroughly liorinonize nll elements in behalf of civil liberty and unite upon Hon ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 6 September 1900

t1 1 0 f 1 THE BEE EAKLmeTON KY < to JJ t s 1 r 4 a i ir Rt it n I 4n J j i i 1 1 R r + 3 M f f f 0s J ME SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON XI + THIRD QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES SEPT 9 J r Text uf the Vciaton Lake x S3 = J7 Memory VCTMCH 3335Golclcn Tex Lev xlx 19 Commentary Prepare by the nev D 31 Stearns CopyrIght MM by American Press Sso clatlonl 25 This lawyer tempting Him rqmlnc us thnt H < was tempted by tho devil and by the Pharisees nnd tlio Sadducec the devils agents nnd also by His owu disciples Math Iv 1x1 1 23 He was In all points tempted like ns we are yet without sin and in that He Himself hnth ptfffcrcd being tempted RIe is able to succor them that are tempted Ilel Iv 15 H 18 Thou see for our encour agement I Cor x13 Jag I 212 I Pet lr 12 13 The lawyers question What shall I do to inherit eternal life Is also that ot the rich young ruler Luke xvili 18 but the latter seems to have been sincere though hindered by his great riches We might wonder that our Lord I did not say ...

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

L I 1 Ii t 1 SUPPLEMENT TOt 0 I I r f AyT w r i THE E ARLINGTON BEEV gI I t I r f t > tit Ii t 0 1 I O tc 0 c i f < j < tI r f r EAKlDfGTOF KY THOBSDAY SEPTEMBER < S i OQ > r fIt I tr t j IC e r rM rMq Yk t n JOHN W s YERKES OPENS TIE CAMPAIGN r I Republican Nominee for Governor Makes I Ah Eloquent and Masterly Plea for Ii g Civil Liberty and Popular f Sovereignty in Kentucky C < v I t J r The Infamy of the Goebel Force Bill and the High handed Theft of State Government Shown in a New Light From Official Records J I JphniW Yerkes the leader of they I fdfces of Civil Liberty and PomUar y Government In old Kentucky hCj MB Campaign for Governor with a I masterly speech at BowUng Green Monday afternoon the echoes of which will not dlo away until Uic bal lots are cast In November The speech was typical cf the man dignified and conservative and yet vig I 1 orous and forceful and It Will carry i far more weight in such a campaign than if crowded with invective and denunci...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 6 September 1900

ci s = t it 1PAGE 2 i A 0 I 1 r 0 t ia JI h U I I I 1 I I i I fj j I I 4 = laws affecting taxation iho s n1ggle in Kentucky is revolt of tho poople MRilnBt unjust laws affecting polltical liberty and local selfgovornme The e unjust taxes wore imposed un dew formff of law by act of Parllamoi W6 are robbed Of civil liberty untler tforms of law by an act of our own legislature The relief is in uour Jiands Command Its repeal See to it that your command Is obeyed Re fuse upport to any and every candl date who voted for or who npprovi that law lawThe The people won last year but were twusely defrauded of their victory Put ittoro men on guard this year and firm Jy and always demand that every nan entitled to vote and who desires to yota ehall be allowed to vote and to hlvethat vote counted for the cand date of his choice This IS right K one can deny it There is intense moi nl force in the right Base vlclou corrupt partisans men who catalogi political dishonesty as a virtue wi o Approve fra...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 6 September 1900

1T z i i v j J E b j I B G E il t 4 1 I 1 tl I p 1 I r 1 I 14 1 S 1 b f signed My 1 these soyimtSr Democrats L rI Ii cites IN VIEW OF THESE FACTS W 0 do now adjudge dpternlino and ddclar i that the said William Goobol was elect 4 ed Governor of this Commonwealth on tho 7th day of November 1899 and then and thero received tho highest number of legal votes cast at Bald clcc tlon A similar declaration was mode will regard to cio office of Lieutenant Gov ernor declaring Mr Beckham entitle to the office S S S S AN UNPARALLELED ACT 1 his remarkable document falls to refer In any way to what occurred ot November 7 1899 when tho peoplo onl termlned at tho polls who should to Governor and Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky but rests the decision and action taken by these seventy Demo cratic members of the Legislature sim ply upon what occurred within tho clfj of Frankfort on too 31st of January 1900 olghty days after the election wat i held heldFurthermore Furthermore this action declaring Mr B...

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

rw rL r jiI ii 1 I F I nAC1E 1 I t j j 1 1 1 + 4 4p j p t f i tl tr i if I 1w k i + r r M + f s o xyr i yr 5 f I A M STER HAND AT tBE HELM Review of President McKinleys Course in the SpanishAmer jean War and His Magnanimous Treatment of Spain Inflexible of Purpose in Trying Times i 1 5 r tt PRESIDENT McKINLEY I ThO Review of Revlewn an inde pendent monthly American magazine 4 which discusses politics and contem contemI contemIporaneous poraneous history from high points in an editorial article on Tho Republi can Candidate Record of President McKinleys Administration reviews tho Spanish American war as follows I t The SpanishAmerican war In its causes and results will go into his tory as one of tho most remarkable > and distinctive conflicts of modern times Standing at Its threshhold ono saw in retrospect generations of oppression and cruelty colonial sys tems that wore either corrupt military despotisms or the barest shadows of ffproggnMtlvo government and per meating all a selfe...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 13 September 1900

f i i r N h 1 J < Ii ir f > L 4L AIt c N f f il I ELEVENTH YEAR EARLINGTON HOPKINS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1900 110 I 31 1 INDORSED LYNCH I t s Hopkins County Republican Con tivvention Unanimous arid IOt > 4 Enthusiastic 1i < 1 > i I r SOME GOOD SPEECHES MADE 7 r 1 f Report on Resolutions C J WaddM I 1 c Will Make Number of Speeches V in Campaign j Pursuant to call the Ropubli calfof Hopkins county met in convention at Madisonville Sat urday September 8 1900 atl 80 p m in the Courthouse for th6 purpose of sending delegates to 1 the district convention at Hen derson Tuesday September 11 to nominate a candidate for Congress The convention was called to i order by County Chairman John B Harvey The name of Will tIp Scott was placed in nom illl tion for temporary chairman by It J Salmon which nomination was seconded by L F McLaugh lin 0 J Waddill then moved to make the nomination unani mous which was done with a whoop R J Salmon J H Luusford and Dr T W Gardin...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 13 September 1900

f m > y tr t fr Ir 7r Ii j I 6n 11 V ft biL t C odi t 1 tr THE BEE EARLINGTCJN KY I > f s F 1 4 LOCOMOTIVE BLASTS I fllspatcher Sheridan and a crow o t men responded to an emergency col 1 when the telegraph I Y last Tuesday wires all went down and communi cation was soon restored j Operator James Cravens has re signed to go west I t L S N agent Bramwell was sue cesBful in settling two Important i cases bycompromise this WOOKI Bobt Davenport and Mr Pllidntoi I both accepted an offer from the comj pony 1 Former agent at Hdpiclusvllle Matt Adams has accepted a position at that with an insurance company place He is very popular with the f people and will therefore maKe a j success y Business of importance called 1 trainmaster Devney to Evansvlllc r last Tuesday j 5 over the Hender 1 Pay earls to go over son division September 17 Supervisor Edmondson is Kepi J very busy nowwith side tracK extonI sions and other general repair worn c 1 w Nebo Happenings ll Tobacco all in and if we c...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 13 September 1900

U v z 7r 1 1n J J r 1 n c 4k I I 1 TIIEBEE EARLlNBTaN KYr p J Ti > LYNCH NAMED Made Unanimous Choice of Sec J I ond District Republicans I J SEBREE MADEHOMINATIHGSPEECH r I < rWill Pi SccttvChairman and Eugene cVan Secretary of Convention < + Hon Yilliaiiv Lyncli of Uop Jcins cditiity the npniiiiOQ pf the Brown Democrats in tim SecOnd district was in do the unani mous choice of the Republican district convention at Henderson Tuesday Mr Byncli was not at the convention and the chairman virns instructed to appoint p com ihitteo of five to notify him by letter of his nomination by the i Uepublicansv v The convention was called to drddr by N B Chambers dis trict c1ul rinnnBy recommen dation of the district committee and with the concurrence of the y convention Will P Scott of Hopkins was made chairman of Eugenet Vance of Hancock Secretary The temporary organization was made permanent and a Oo miit tee on Resolutions consisting of t i E T Franks of Daviess E G SebreeofRcllderson...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 13 September 1900

i r Ok at I V THE BEE EAHL1 N ETON KY j I rl rf f j rf V Ile l 3ee 3 PAUL M MOORE Editor and Publisher i r I V y i l SUBSCRIPTION RATES < 1 One Year 100 Six Months 50 1 25 ThreeiMonths r 11 6 SingleCopies > Specimen copies mailed troo on ap y I plication Correspondents wantedin all parts rc i rii ticulars 1 Telephone No 12 THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1900 t i iREPUBLICAN TICKET It t For President + m r WILLIAM MoKINLEY I At fV For VicePresident c THEODORE ROOSEVELT k s C a 1For Governor 1 JOHN W YERKES i For Congress < WILLIAM LYNCH t l 1 I Of Hopkins Countyc It 1 1 V ro WHO frowed that rock at John S > Rhea Was itf the Republi c J can party of Kentuckyor hood c loins of Butler County j V TEN DAN COLLIER on Monday I > 4ucceoded Leslie Combs as Pen i sign Agent for Kentucky his ckyhist entered upon the duties of his I F officeI officeTIJERE I THERE is more talking out in w meeting by independent voters C this year in Kentucky than ever 1iefore or nt last lIlt is part oft Ken...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 13 September 1900

K < 1f1SBSE E ARLINGTON KY Ii r TLOCAL NEWS li Y j t 1 I Mra Campbell or Nebo is hero visiting the family of JT Ezell j flev W H White or Madison vile accompanied Roy NVlieat to v aNobo Sunday and occupied the pul i pit at the Methodist church in that place g The new reservoir which supplies water for flro and other purposes to the people of Earliugton is complete and in fine condition It is about three times as largo os the old reser i voir and will supply water sufficient ffiQfentjtor RpVi G W Jiyori of Madlsonville came to our town Monday afternoon and administered baptism to Misses r Ada Burden and Efllo Stodgliill and also td the Infantson of Mrs Mag gie Long He was accompanied by Dr W K Plnor of Hopklnsvlllo and Capt L D Hockersmith of Madisonvlllo The fire loss on the public school building was paid Friday upon pro 1 sontation of proof of loss by the roar 1 rpsentatlve of the North British and Mercantile Insurance Company without dis6bimt That company reserves in its polic...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 13 September 1900

u < f i Y p CIM U 7 1C r 19 l1jI r I o uiW t Ii i MAnJ W11 1 t FI o 1 1 A C 4 d THE BEE EARLlNBTOra IT KY I J 4 1 1 STORMSDEADLY TRAIL Southern Border of Texas Swept by I < a Torrential Storm in Which yhousands Perished < i t GALVESTON THE PRINCIPAL SUFFERER Much of the City Swept Awny or In Ruin rEIo City Completely Uolnted All tho Other Conit Towiii SuffereUSn iilnb 1nM Reported ti Completely Do T troycd Houston TcxSept 9Jnmes C tTimmtns general Kupcrintcncleut ol the National Compress Co has juaf urrired from Galvcston after a peril ous trip He reports that more than one thousacd persons have been drowned killed or missing and that 4000 houses have been destroyed He says the magnitude ctf the disaster re mains to be told t I Three Thounnml l lvc Loat Now York Sept 10TIl World to day prints the following Austin Tex Sept 0 r Information has just reached me that about three thousand lives have been lost at Galveston with enor inous destruction of property information from o...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 13 September 1900

I c If J lIi + 1 J THE BEE J EAR LI1G TO N J vyi t c i 1 < ff TijoDonkr T cant Jjee how thats going to dp me any good 111 I f if I 8t Paul Pioneer Jreea MYANITES GET OP STRIKE I I Anthracite Trouble Fostered for Political Ends Miners Agitation Manipulated by a Junta at Indianapolis Democratic Yellow Journals Send Special Com ml lonm to the Scene to Try t o J SeHtrClhe Shock of Ex iv Y poiure 7 v i Special Corrospomlencp of GJpbe New Democrat York Sept 9 Tjiq con ditions which hedge jiitjput the pending strike of coal miners in vthe anthracite regions of Penn I sylvania have assumed BUjjh shape within the last few days as to leave practically no doubt that the Whole agitation has resulted if not directly at least indirectly from theOlTortsof the Bryanized Democracy This feeling has been strong over since the move ment had its inception nt Indian apolis in Which city the Demo cratioJeaders have been at work over since tim spectacular Bryan and Stevenson notification exor else < ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 13 September 1900

q I A f I Y r t 1 THE BEE R INeTON KY 1 I p f 1 l J c iJ THE SUNDAY SCHOOL > LESSON XII THIRD QUARTER INTER t NATIONAL SERIES SEPT 16 Text of the LvrtHOti Luke ill J323 Memory Verses 1021 Golden Text Mark vlll 06 Commentary 1rcpnr oil by the lUsv D31 Stearns Copyright 1900 by American Press Asso elation 1I 13 One of the company said unto Him It wns an Innumerable multitude a of people who trod one upon another verse 1 to whom lie hnd been speakhlg but they were probably like those de scribed in Isa Ix 13 Ezck xxxlll31 honoring Hint with their lips while their I hearts were far from Him hearing His words but not doing them This anon at least had not profited by the sermon for his heart was fall of covetousness things Seen land temporal were more to him than things unseen and eternal Ho called our Lord Master but saying Master docs not make a man n disci ple Math vii 21 22 14 35 Take heed and beware of cov otousness It is written of our Lord that though lie was rich yet for our sak...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 13 September 1900

ti e t 1b x n SUPPLEMENT TOr 1 t D i I i THE J ARLINGTON BEEI oIY fI t fr r + r J J vLINGTON KY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1900 f 1S jIi < rItsNot the First Time We Expanded H l f f I4wr i k4ijo 1 r k4ijoII f 05 71y 1 tJlIiU i I II cI iI f 1j 1 o I l E I j 1MxyI4sJoNJNA7 iM7fEDJSTATIi I DFyo l I A 1 I y I 1 = Or I 4FTVCfA17 l M EXP4NSioNi i r > o 2 wP 803 r D ittoonsenrof yCiTittoonsenrof 1 C Area r r N FX S6S1660B0arna rORl6NAA 1 t gNSON Y t 1 THIR1tFN t A + I I STATES i1JI litt 9onrrrt I Area52163100 j i i l I 9 it t fI i I i l i 9Sr 18 RS lytAo 9Srccaoc t ccaoc onsen t RCI LC AAflC r 1 i 1 garrne Arrrp9P3S91pcr > e 1 staf rr129l lyllhGUta x t t i44iert I 1 f11it 1 619res 1it If trt st 1J te t syKy r I r t t + liifi + j < 1 t If t I 11 f t 11 04t1gl4Cill0ld 1 I III y A J 11 dyOtMOCR + nclrlRrrld60 i j > j 1rMord rrardtp Content ol9amnrdfl I t 1 J 1 t I I f Shall We Abandon Manifest Destiny to Gratify Bryan < i 3 Special Correspondence Washington Sept SMore than fif ty...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 13 September 1900

1 w 1 r r s 4 I I iAGE 2I I A 4 I a 4t t V r faltut ibweure of tho Iiujnaa rase fchd thfiy will continue the warfare against If The ollcy Ibus proclaimed ba ibccri ac cepted and confirmed by these partles The Silver Democratic platform of 1000 contin ues the warfare against tho socalled gold ff fifWf1 whcn r cspreiisly says W6 ic 4 Iterate the ueniand pf that the Chicago platform of 1800 for an American financial forp themselves which shall restore and mum < tain a bimetallic price level and as part 08 cb system the Immediate rcslorat6i Cf the trCo and unlimited colnaga of SIlver and gold at the present ratio of 10 to 1 withont waiting for tho aid or coiisentof any other nation1 P f nJMeUSt0 Is PnacntM It wilt be lmmtdII I ate tttaratloa ot the frco lnn2 < S of sliver t 10 to f 2 It another Isatie 1 parnmount thl8 8 lmrnedl3te It will admit of no Ie lay nd tylli SfflTcr no potflonement rthkt tbo b e flt1d in Ibe ornulltnLUoth1l pfttf rln rlnaoed the following declaration I Wee...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 13 September 1900

to nil n < HMwho 6w tiowj or j < lM sr kHJ4r7 < 1809 > til connection with snchiJpsurreQMon < ubs rll 6 to declafctlpa dcknawlefigg And i4cifiUriri tha sorerelijniy Uil author Itjr d tha raited 8tatcliIh rftj dVcr tho ife violated tfro Jdjvs ot MO not embraced within the scopa of th4i iMty > iHfoMcr to fciltigalc as much iis potsl biBiconseflnences lesbltlfag tnrai the various dJjturhajKci which Blfaqel880 hayc succeed cd each other so rppidljv nd to prpvldn la biiffl VmcTiftre for dettltujto yillplno ebl < Jlcrn iMrlpS ttip trinsUorr period which must In VlttkbJr Wcdcd i general pence thoKriillllhry VfttthorftieY of ill United Btntes wll piy 30 pesos to etch tnati who presta te > Tint in g6t AeBnitioti Under their lijetructloni Vho > tobimlsslon arnpowd of rfeproMhtdUTft Awef anB of Ifforjjnl sections of tho coqnjry and frorn different folltlcil parties whoso character afitl hbimy gtijirahteo the mdsi faithful In tenHread nd patriotic aerrtei ar4 novr Ubo...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 13 September 1900

I ti PATi 4 r E u Col Breckinridge on v y erkesSpeech y y The speech of tho Hon John W i Yerkes delivered at Bowling Green yes terday will be read with profound in terestand In a certain sense with unl X versal approval It Is the speech of a 1 gentleman who never forgets the proj prieties of public discussion and never I oversteps the limits of that courlesy which should mark the conduct ot pub ftc men Considering the bitterness of the past few years and the denuncia tions so common in these times it is I a remarkable exhibition ot admirable I temper and of the capacity of a gentleman i tleman lo state propositions1 Involving I such issues In language free from ex travagance as well as devoid of abuse I This will commend him to every right i thinking person In Kentucky It is ai speech which every lady In Kentucky can read without a blush and without Iteellng alarmed There Is no threat in i It has pot the smell of sulphurous gunpowder It does not appeal to pnsI dons already too much ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 20 September 1900

i 1 t 1 U + K Z 0 i u H 1 i 1J 4 y Nt J 11 V nUilODl wwftMfcbfel I 1 t 1 jO f J i I i > I I r t j 1I14 1 t JI 0 I f I t ELEVENTH YEARNO X37 f Ek mn FAKE EXPOSED John Rhea Got Eggs at Morgantown Instead of Stones 4 t A special to the Louisville Dis patch says Frankfort KySept 17Tbe II truth about the attempted as 4 sassination of John Rhea 0 at Morgantown is beginning to come out The story was not credited at all by the citizens of Morgantown at first They be lieved that it was entirely a fic tion of Mr Rheas lively imag ination B tits ems that the o joke was toogood to be kept by one of the two men wlio know the trutItThe man who did nottell it was John Rhoa TheM M man who did was Dan Kimbro who drove the buggy for Mr i Rhoa on that memorable night The secret was kept until n day ortwoago Finally Kimbro while being questioned was un able to hold in any longer When a man so the story runs according to a well known But ler county man now in Frank fort asked him if he saw any stones...

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